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II A L BULLETIN
Mrs. Stoddard has with'her an et-
pert Marceller from E. Burnham's,
Chicago. Phone 2652. 707 N. Univer-'
The original Wolverine Cafe, 105 S.'
Thayer St., has been re-opened as theI
My-T-Fine Cafe. Good home cookingI
at lowest prices.-Adv.
Florence Wilson-Demattia announc- Coats, Waiter's Coats, etc., a
es the opening of the beauty shop money: next to Wuerth Theate
above Cushing's Drug Store, 340 So.
State St. Phone 2939-M. She will be
glad to welcome all her old custom- ' ay f(lTows, it pays to buy
ers.-Adv. 'man's Pots, Lab. Coats, Denta
Waiter's Coats, etc., at J. F.
Do as others do, go down town to J. Co.'s, So. Main St., next to
F. Wuerth's for Lab. Coats, Dental Tlheater.-Adv.
&Y SEPTEMBER 28, 1921
will be no meeting of the Deans' Conference this morning.
M. L. BURTON.
Dooley will deliver his usual welcoming address to the Freshmen
in room 348 Engineering buildington Wednesday, Sept. 28,#1921,
Every Freslunan must be present.
C. E. WILSON, Head Mentor.
st meeting of the class for assignment to sections will be held
at 3 p. m. in room B, Law building. Lectures will be held there-
ay at 11 o'clock in room B, Law building.
r.: W. P. CALHOUN.
'st rmeeting of the class for assignment to sections will be held
at 1 p. m. in the Natural Science auditorium. Lectures will be
after Mondays at 9 as previously announced in room B, Law
C. E. GRIFFIN.
IE Engineer's Course:
ednesday section will meet in room 348 Engineering building to-
lock. All students registered in the course will please be present.
meeting of the class will be held Thursday, Sept. 29, at 2 p. m.
1, Economics building.
nics 32 will meet in room 6, Economics building, Tuesday, Sept.
ies 34a will meet in room 6, Economics building, Wednesday,
2 o'clock. C. EDMONDS.
g English 9- Advertising and Commercal Correspondence:
r section in this course will be given Tuesday and Thursday at 9
>m 24 Old Engineeing building.
J. RALEIGH NELSON.
:s unable to take Shop 4 on account of conflict with the. lecture
day at 2 p. i. see Prof. O. W. Boston, Engineering Shops, so that
cture period may be arranged. 0. W. BOSTON.
;s interested in this course meet Prof. John Airey, Engineering
p. m. Thursday, 29th inst. JOHN AIREY.
- Seminary in Atomic and Molecular Structure:
:ation for arranging hours of meeting, Wednesday, Sept. 28, at
ock, in rooihli 201 Physics'
E. F. BARKER.
s who wish to elect English 21 (Seminary in English Philology)
23 (Middle English) will please meet me at 4 o'clock on Friday,
room 303, Library. SAMUEL MOORE.
iven--Seminary in Milton:
urse meets in the Library, room 301, at 9 a. m. Monday, Wednes-
day. The hour is, thowever, subject to change.
J. H. HANFORD.
ply 3, Logic, willmeet in room 205 Mason hall at the hours an-
ply 17, Contemporary Philosophy: There will be a preliminary
arrange hours on Wednesday at 1, room 106, Mason hall
R. W. SELLARS
tal students conditioned last semester in English 2 will be
pportunity of removing their conition by attending a two-hour
3 given Monday and Wednesday evenings from 7 to 8 in room 8
ineering building. Those who do not report will be autoati-
and will be required to take Rhetoric 2 next semester.
J. RALEIGH NELSON.
of Desks In Geuleral Chemistry:
udent must obtain a $5Chemical Laboratory Coupon Ticket at
the University Treasurer, and then report at the last labora-
assigned for his section this week in the room designated below:
,oom 430 for all sections except 6, which is in room 480.
b, roo.n 400 for all sections except 5 and 6. which is in room 450.
b, room 480 44 all sections except 8, which is in room 350.
E, room 400 for all sections except 6, which is in room 450.
s of the Faculties who are not receiving their copies of the
l Bulletin as published in the Michigan Daily should leave or-
ie at ,the office of the Secretary of the University. If after the
t a copy is not received, then the matter should be reported di-
3usiness Office of the Daily.
SHIRLEY W. SMITH, Secretary.
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