THE MICHIGAN DAILY
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1921
The four stated meetings of the Senate during the current year have
been set for the following dates: Nov. 21, Jan. 16, March 20, and May 15.
FRANK E ROBBINS.
Faculty, College of Literature, Scienee, and the Arts:
There will be a meeting of the Faculty Monday, Oct. 24, at 4:15 p, m.,
in the Natural Science auditorium, to elect members of the standing com-
mittees for the year and to discuss the report of the committee on the di-
vision into junior-senior colleges,
ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
Treasurers of classes and other student organizations are reminded
that their accounts must be kept in a businesslike manner acceptable to me,
and submitted to me for audit next June. The books of many classes were
left in my office last June, and may be obtained now.
ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
The first meeting of the Club for the academic year will be held on
Wednesday evening, Oct. 19, at 8 o'clock in the Histological Laboratory.
Professor A. E. Wood will speak on "The Present Situation with Regard
to Housing." H. H. BARTLETT, Secretary.
To the Members of the Sigma Xi and the Junior Research Club:
A joint meeting of the Society of the Sigma Xi and the Junior Research
Club will be held in the auditorium of the Natural Science building at 8
o'clock on Tuesday evening, Oct. 18. Addresses will be given by Prof. Er-
mine C. Case and President Marion L. Burton. Professor Case will speak
on the subject "Sigma Xi at Michigan - a History and a Vision", and
President Burton has chosen for his subject "The Future of Research at
the University of Michigan".
This will be the first of a series of joint meetings contemplated by the
PETER OKKELBERG, Sec. Sigma Xi.
HAROLD R. SNOW, Sec. Junior Research Club.
Zoology I, Examination for Absentees:
Students in Zoology I in the second semster of last year, who were
absent from examination in June, will take an examination in room Z-229,
Natural Science building, Saturday, Oct. 22, at 9 a. m.
A. FRANKLIN SHULL.
Freshman and entering sophomore women are required to attend the
Hygiene Lecture to be given today, Tuesday, at 4 p. m. in the Barbour Gym-
nasium. MARION O. WOOD.
Gardner S. Williams will speak to the Freshman Engineers on Wednes
day, Oct. 19, at 11 a. m., in room 348 of the Engineering building. (Fresh-
men-See bulletin board for seat numbers).
C. E. WILSON.
Head Mentotr Freshman Engineers.
Men's Educational Club:
The Men's Educational Club of the University will meet Tuesday eve-
ning, Oct. 18, in room 304, Michigan Union.
GEORGE E. MYERS.
Beginning Tuesday, Oct. 18, all classes in Semitics will meet as reg-
ularly scheduled. LEROY WATERMAN.
The four lecture sections in Report-Writing will meet together Wed-
nesday evening, Oct. 19, at 7 o'clock in room 348 Engineering building.
. RALEIGH NELSON.
Phi Sigma Biological Society
On Tuesday, Oct. 18, at 7 p. m. a business meeting will be held in room
Z 231-of the Natural Science building. This meeting will be concluded in
time for the meeting of Sigma Xi. C. W. CREASER, Secretary.
Athena Literary Society will hold its annual tryouts at 7:15 o'clock
Tuesday might, Oct. 18, in the Alpha Nu room, University Hall. Tryouts con-
sist of three minute extemporaneous speeches. All University women are
eligible. MARTHA SHEPARD, President.
All who have not paid their dues may do so in the lower corridor of
University Hall Wednesday afternoon from 2 to 5. Opportunity will also
be given at that time for any who wish to become affiliated with the club
to make formal application. Dues $3.
R. S. TUBBS, Treasurer.
Gun and Blade Club:
All Gun and, Blade members have been invited to the meeting for cam-
pus ex-service men to be held in the Reading room, Michigan Union, Wed-
nesday evening at 8 o'clock to discuss plans for the proposed Reading room
memorial. F. B. WAHR, Faculty Adviser.
iversity hall. All members newly
arrived here are invited to be pre-
sent. It is urgently requested that1
every member make a special effortj
to be present.
Freshmen, notice-Gymnasium elass-
es start Tuesday, Oct. 18, in Water- .
man gymnasium. You are expected
to be present at the first meeting of
the section to which you have been
assigned. All freshmen secure lock-
er before that time.
Cerele Franeais Meets For Eledetion
Cercle Francais will elect a presi-
dent at the second meeting of the
year at 7:30 o'clock tonight in the'
club rooms in South wing. Renaud
Sherwood, '22, and Byron Field, ,'21,
were nominated at the meeting held
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WHAT'S GOING ON
2:00-5:00--Special "Clinic Day" clin-
ics at Homoeopathic hospital.
3:00-4:00-7:00-Freshman health lee-
tures by Dr. Forsythe in Natural
7:00-nomoeopathe Medical school
banquet at Union.
7:00-Phi Sigma business meeting in
room Z 231, Natural Science build-
1:00-Moonlighthike for Baptist stu-
dents and those interested in the
guild. Meet atGuild house.
7:00-Choral union rehearsal, School
7:15-Meeting of Aero club in room
7:30-Union orchestra meets in as.
sembly hall at Union.
7:84-Meeting of underclass conduct
7:30-Cerle Francais meets in club
rooms, south wing, University hall.
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8:00-Aeolytes meet in room 106 Ma-
8:00-The Order of DeMolaf's charter
class will meet in room 325, Union.
4:30-Freshman Dents meet in dental
ampitheater for election of officers.
6:50-All foresters leave D. U. E. sta-
tion for Saginaw forest for annual
7:00-Band rehearsal at University
7:15-Meeting of Canadian club in
room 319, Union.
7:30-Montieth club meeting at Lane
7:45--Amerlean Legion meets in read-
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8 :00-Michigan Music week program,
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