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Y, SEPTEMBER 27, 1921

Number 2

& 3
Choral Union:
hearsal of the University Choral Union will be' held Tuesday,
lock sharp, at the University School of Music, Maynard St. Ad-
the chorus is on the try-out basis. Office hours for try-outs:
'clock, School of Music.
EARL V. MOORE, Acting Conductor.
tig Library 301, Tuesday, Sept. 27, at 3 o'clock.
JAMES H. HANFORD.
meeting of the class will be held Thursday, Sept. 29, at 2 p. m.
Economics building.
ics 32a will meet in room 6, Economics building, Tuesday, Sept.
ock. -
34a:
ics 34a will meet in room , Economics building, Wednesday,
2 . o'clock.C. EDMONDS.
1E, Engineers' Course:
ss will meet for the first time today (Tuesday) at 9 o'clock in
ngineering building. . All students registered in the course are
be present. 1. LUBIN.
1 Engineering:
s electing these courses shall assemble in room 341 New En-
uilding, Tuesday, Sept. 27, to arrange the hours:
Aero. 1.........................at 4:00 p. in.
Aero. 2.........................at 4:'15 p. m.
Aero. 3, 4, 6 and 6 . ............... at 4:30 p. n.,
F. W. PAWLOWSKI.
[elts:
i al students conditioned last semester in English 2 will be
pportunity of removing their condition by attending a two-hour
given Monday and Wednesday evenings from 7 to 8 in room 8
gineering building. Those who do not report will be automati-
and will be required to take Rhetoric 2 next semester.
J. RALEIGH NETLSON.
Classes:
ogy 25 will meet Wednesday and Friday at 11 o'clock in the lec-
Newberry hall.
ogy 25a will meet Monday at 11 o'clock in room A, Newberry
ogy 25m will meet Tuesday ' at 11 o'clock in room A, New-
ogy wts will meet Thursday at 11 o'clock in room A, New-
t meeting of these courses will be Wednesday, Sept. 28, at 11
HENRY F. ADAMS.
ogy 35 will meet on Tuesday and Thursday at 10 o'clock in room
H. F. ADAMS.
)n Roonis:
nmittee on Rooms of the College of Literature, Science, and the
ld office hours in room 100, Mason hall, daily except Saturday,
The assignment of new sections, not provided for in the an-
are to be made with the approval of this Committee, by action

WHAT'S GOING ON
TUESDAY
4:00 - Union reception committee
meets in the assembly room of the
Union.
WEDNESDAY
6:4-Unlon orchestra meets in the
assembly room of the Union
7:00-Annual fall reception. Presi-
dent Burton meets all freshmen
asembly hall, Union.
7:00-Student council meets, Union.
THURSDAY
7:30-Important m'eeting of Alpha
Epsilon Mu in room 304 of the
Union.
U-NOTICES
Tryouts for assistant track manager
report to R. A. Bailey at Waterman
gym at 3 o'clock Tuesday and Wed-
nesday.
Tryouts for the University band are
requested to report between 7 and
9 o'clock tonight and tomorrow in
University Hall. Regular rehears-
als wi 'be held at 8 o'clock tomor-
row night. About 30 new men will
be needed this year .in the band.
BURTON TELLS OF
THREE CHOICES1
(Continued from Page One)
to represent upon being graduated
from the University. "Strengthen the
weak point" was the message Presi-
dent Burton had on this point and
showed that by so doing the life of an
individual would not be wasted but
would bear its burden in shouldering
the responsibilities placed on it by
civilization's demands.
The third and most serious choice
which the President referred to was
the choice confronting us when we
come face to face with the conflict be-
tween the world and its outside influ-
ences and our own individuality with
its peculiarities, its own traits, and its
own capacities.
"Be yourself in spite of all conflict-
ing forces," was the President's solu-
tion to this vital question. "Be in-
dependent, have an inner certainty,
have fine ideals and identify yourself
with them and when the time comes
for the answer let it be that 'I will be
I.," This was the message and the word
of advice on a subject that is always
presented to incoming students by
their President.
Defines Education
In concluding his address President
Burton attempted to put his finger on
the gist of the term education by an
humorous analogy, showing that we
learn not by being told but by employ-
ing active minds in developing the
capacities with which we areendowed.
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second hand sets at Wahr's, 316 State
St.-Adv.

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WE ASSURE YOU A CORDIAL
WELCOME AND THE QUALITY
OF SERVICE ATTAINED THRU
W 0 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
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Handbooks
4y Tor Fresh
a temporary exhaustion of
an Handbooks, distribution
s of '25 was not quite 100
the conclusion of registra-I
day afternoon. In order
sntlal adjunct to the equip-
ery newcomer to the Uni-
i be secured by all who
additional copies will be
ane hall and at the Union
enient to all students not
ith the campus and the
the various student activi-
mre a copy of this hand-
I by the .Student Christian
which explains all of thesef
the more important hints
a included in .this "bible"
ws :
ashamed of being a fresh-
ody has had to be one.
he Yollow and Blue" im-1
freshman toque or pot p.t
, except, Sundays, evenings
oing bareheaded or earry-
ot enough; it must be on
lust be taken off upon en-
tands at Ferry field, and
i off until seated.
aust be removed upon en-k
niversity buildings.
ow a man of a higher class
ou through a door or at a
ke a pipe on the campus,
pipe at any ,time.
mass meetings and class
nd take part in all, class
our prep school insignia.
t on[ the senior benches.
placed there for seniors-].T

The wearing of "M" watch fobs andl
charms will not be tolerated.
MONKS AFFILIATE.
WITH. CHI PHI'S
Members of the active chapter of
Monks, a local house club, were initi-
ated into Chi Phi, a national college
fraternity, Saturday, at the home of
the former organization, 314 North In-
galls street.
National officers administered the in-
itation ceremony to the active chapter
and alumni, Saturday afternoon, after
which the initiation banquet was held
at the Union. Nearly 100 members
were present, including members of
the frateinity from Detroit, and Chi-
cago.
Dr. .rheodore B. Appel, of Lancaster,
Pa., national president; Dr. Edwin E.
Sparks, president emeritus of Pennsy-
lvania State college and general sec-.
retary of the fraternity; T. J. Stone
Edelin, secretary, of New York City;
Charles R. Ege, treasurer, of Philadel-
phia, and Paul S. Chalfant, editor of
the fraternity organ, were the national
officers present.
Chi Phi is said to be the oldest na-
tional college fraternity, having been
founded, according to tradition, in
1824. The newly installed Michigan
chapter, which will, be designated'Al-
pha Tau chapter, is the 24th college
unit in the fraternity.

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T HE UNIVERSITY MUSIC HOUSE welcomes
.Ann Arbor and congratulates you upon y
cision to make Michigan your Alma Mater.

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make sure that you will know these and not feel ou
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