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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1921
100 Men Enrolled in Boxing Club
About 100 men are enrolled in the
boxing classes, according to Coach
Sullivan. Work is progressing rapid-
ly, classes being held every day at
the gym. A great deal of interest is
shown by the men. The Boxing club
is hardly under way, but is meeting
at the gym every Thursday after-
noon. Coach Sullivan expects a large
Freshman enrollment when he meets
the Freshman classes next Monday.
embers of the UuIvorsit t
'he President and Mrs. Burton will be at home today from 8:30 to 6:30
'here will be no conference of the Deans today.
VM. L. BURTON.
sers of the Daily Otdclal Bulletin:
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tions governing the insertion of notices in the Bulletin.
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. All notices must be typewritten.
. Since all members of the University are held responsible for knowl-
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ie purposes for which it was established. On the contrary, it is hoped
in the future University officers and organizations may use it more and
F. E. ROBBINS.
'gleal and Geographical Journal Club:
'here will be a regular meeting of the Club on Thursday, Oct. 27, at
p. m. in room G 436, Natural Science building.
"Cycle of Erosion in the Itarst Region." -Professor Scott.
"Origin and Composition of Certain Oil Shales." -Fred B. Kniffen.
X11 interested are cordially invited to attend.
L. M. GOULD, Secretary.
k meeting of the U. of M. branch of the A. I. E. E. will be held at 7:30
k Wednesday, Oct. 26, in the Natural Science Auditorium. Mr. A. W.
of Detroit will give a talk on "From Legs to Motored Wheels". The
s illustrated with motion pictures and deals with the trackless sys-
f industrial transportation. The meeting is open to the public.
F. D. JOHNSTON, Chairman,
uinations in Psyehology:
kn examination will be held from 9-12 Saturday, Oct. 29, in room P 162
for students absent from Psychology '-, 8, and 28 at the end of last
ster. W. B. PILLSBURY.
)wing to absence from the city, I shall be unable to meet the class in
se 24 Friday 3f this week. F. N. SCOTT.
'he first Iregular meeting of the year will be held at 4 o'clock in the
Parlor at Barbour Gymnasium Thursday, Oct. 27. According to the
itution every member of Masques must either be present at this meet-
r send the secretary a satisfactory explanation of her absence. Annual
are to be paid at this time. J. RALEIGH NELSON.
lee Bulletin Board outside of room 215, Natural Science building.
F. K. SPARROW, JR.
Ald and new members may pay their dues in the lower corridor of Uni-
ty Hall this afternoon from 2 to 5.
R. S. TUBBS, Treasurer.
Bryce's American Commonwealth
Calvin's Hlh School Teaching
Clifford's Further Side of Silence
Dewing's Financial Policy
Payne's History of Journalism
Terman's Test Material
BLACK GREY SILVER
HALLER & FULLER
S buy a brand
See s before you buy.
0. D. MORILL
I I Nick I. Arcade
day, Friday and Saturday of this week
ture on Hygiene, Physical Culture, GeneralI
and Care of the Skin.
The lecture will be given in the rear of the
floor, blanket department.
THERE'S A DEAL OF
KNOWLEDGE IN BOOKS
-and far from the least of these, as every successful
person knows, is the bank book.
Acquire the bank bookhabit and you will succeed.
Pay it by check, it is the easiest and safest way.
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GREAT OPENING! THE FIRST
ON THE CAMPUS
OF ALL KINDS
RIGHT BEHIND THE MARTHA COOK
nr v _
AT'S GOING ON
unior lit meeting, roof
'I Delta Epsilon, Union.
0-Student branch of Amerlan In-
titute of Electrical Engineers, Na-
ural Science auditorium.
O--Highland Park club, auditorium
QL-Upper class adviser, names be-
inning A to F, and freshmen, Un-
:-Order of De Molay, Masonic
athedral, Main St.-at Huron.
5-Twilight organ recital, Hill au-
#---IronCounty club, auditorium,
-Varsity Glee club rehearsal, Un-
. to Show Movies of 0. 5. U. Game
lotion pictures of the Michigan-O.
U. football game are to be shown at
Majesticttheater beginning today.
Inuded In the film will be sfashes of
sident Marion L. Burton, the gov-
ors of Michigan and Ohio, and
,ches Yost and Wilce. The mam-
th Ohio band and the Michigan
d, together with scenes of the two
ma in action will also be shown.
Ibbert Returns from New York
ref. C. B. Vibbert returned to Ann
or from New York yesterday,
are he attended the regular autumn
Ming of the board of trustees of
American University Union in
ope. The meeting was held at
Faculty club of Columbia univer-
ADDITIONAL TEAMS CHOSEN
FOR WOMEN'S CLASS HOCKEY
Announcement has been made of
the senior and junior hockey teams as
follows: Seniors-D. Avery, R. Alex-
ander, H. Bishop, L. Clark, F. Free-
man, M. Kirkpatrick, M.rNichols, M.
Mosely, H. Mosely, G. Pockman, D.
Sprague, H. Storz, E. Townsend,. I.
Wolfstein, A. Zimmerman. Juniors-
Doris Brown, Dorothy Brown, M.
Brown, E. Cady, G. Church, M. Dodd,
L. Frost, G. Fry, L. Huber, G. Kam-
mer, M. Kilpatrick, M. Koch, E. Olesen,
J. Palmer, B. Van Zandt, R. Waldron.
A change has been made in the
schedule of the games, the revised
schedule being as follows: Wednes-
day, Oct. 26, sophomore practice at 3
o'clock, junior and senior practice at
4 o'cloek; Friday, Oct. 28, freshman
first team vs. junior first team-with
roll callat 4 o'clock, and freshman
second ;team vs. sophomore second
team-roll call at 4:15 o'cloek. Mon-
day, Oct. 31, freshman second vs. soph-
omore second-roll call at 4 o'clock.
Wednesday, Nov. 2, sophomore first
team vs. senior first team-roll call
at 4 o'clock. The cup game is to be
played on Friday, Nov. 4.
COMMITTEE HEADS APPOINTED
AT FRESHMAN SPREAD DINNER
At a dinner given by Dean Myra B.
Jordan Monday evening for the fresh-
man spread committee, the following
committee heads were appointed. Dec-
orations,. Helen Delbridge; treasurer,
Dorothy Bishop; refreshments, Mary
Wiley; printing, Elizabeth Carson;
badges, Shirley Lawton; invitations,
Doris Kraus; addressing, Katherine
Stafford; music, Nannette Carnahan,
and favors, Lois Barr.
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NOW IS THE TIME
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Prices $2.50 and $3.00 for entire course
of TEN Lectures.