First rehearsal of the University Choral Union will be
Oct. 4, 7 o'clock sharp, at the University School of Music, Maynard St. Ad-
mission to the chorus is on the try-out basis. Office hours for try-outs:-
Daily at 4 o'clock, School of Music.
EARL V. MOORE, Acting Conductor.
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officially to announce that Mr. Frank Egleston
Professor of Greek, has been appointed Assistant
Girls' Glee Club Arranges Tryoutsd
Arrangements for the annual falla
try-outs for the University Girls' Glee
club are being made by the following
officers: Ruth Deemer, '22, president;
Elizabeth Hoyt, '23, vice-president;
Marie Heyer, '23, secretary; Lucy
Huber, '23, treasurer; and Florence
Shirey, '22, librarian.
Week-end dances at the Packard
Academy. Tickets, $1.00.-Adv.
M. L BURTON, President.
meeting at 10 o'clock, will meet in 205 M. H. .4s previously
GEO. D. WILNER.
CALKINSFIYTCHER DRUG CO. AND THE
C SHING DR G CO. Invite Inspectin of
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Photography, Surv. 10, or Municipal
ents Interested in Engineering Photography will meet Professor
Lt 4 p. m. Thursday and those interested in Municipal Surveying will
ofessor Bouchard, Surveying Department. a
Ck T. JOHNSTON.
OUares, SurveyIng :
students interested in taking this course will meet Professor John-
rveying Department, at 4 p. m. Thursday afternoon.
C. T. JOHNSTON.
pe Design I and Ia:
i meet hereafter on Tuesday and Thursday at 11 in the west gal-
cond Bloor of Alumni Memorial hall.
H. O. WHITTEMORE.
ology 26 (The Family) will meet in room 101 in the Economics
on Thursday, Sept. 29, at 10 o'clock. A. E. WOOD.
bhy 9a and 16a:
class in Philosophy 9a will meet in the University Library, room
Y a. m., on Mor ay; Wednesday, and Friday.
class in Philosophy 16a will meet in the University Library, room
p. m. on Monday and Friday. ALFRED H. LLOYD.
ring English. 8:
ew section in this course will be offered Tuesday and Thursday at
:k in room 431, the New Engineering building.
nomics 32a will m'eet Tuesday and Thursday at 8 o'clock in room
nomics building. . C. EDMONDS.
os lE -Engineers' Course: w
ions will meet as follows:
ion I, Tu, and Th. at 8, room 348, Eng. building.
ion II, Tu. and Th. at 9, room 443, Eng. building.
ion III, W., F. at 9, room 443, Eng. building.
ure will be held Mondays at 9 o'clock in room 348, Engineering
list of students enrolled in the course and the sections to which they
en assigned will be found on th Bulletin Boards in the Economics
;inering buildings. I. LUBIN.
21 and 23:
ents who wish' to elect English 21 (Seminary in English Philology)
ish 23 (Middle English) will please meet meat 4 o'clock on Friday,
,in room 303, Library. SAMUEL MOORE.
first meeting of the class for assignment to sections will be held
y at 3 p. m. in room B, Law building. Lectures will be held there-
Anday at 11 o'clock in room B, Law building.
W. P. CALHOUN.
first meeting of the class for assignment to sections will be held
at 1 p. m. in the Natural Science auditorium. Lectures will be
reafter Mondays at 9 as previously announced in room B, Law
C. E. GRIFFIN.
ent, of Desks in General Chemistry:
hi student must obtain a $5 Chemical Laboratory Coupon Ticket at
e of the Wniversity Treasurer, and then report at the last labora-
iod assigned for his section this week in the room designated below:
Im. 1, room 430 for all sections except 6, which is in room 480.
m. 1b, room 400 for all sections excedp 5 and 6. which is in room 450.
In. 2b, room 480 for all sections except 8, which is in room 350.
in. 2E, room 400 for all sections except 6, which is in room 450.
D. M. LICHTY.
ents wishing consultation regarding courses in Journalism may see
rows or Mr. Haines Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 8 to 9
week in room "J," University hall.
DONAL HAMILTON HAINES.
ntion is called to a ruling of the University requiring every stu-
;anization to file with the Committee on Student Affairs a list of its
and a copy of its constitution.
president of eaeh such organizatipn should see to it that the list
rs of his,(or her) society for the college yer 1921-22 is filed with
n of Students, room 2, University Hall, on or befoge Mdoday, Octo-
B ruling appliesr to fraternities, sororities, other house clubs, dra-
>cieties, debating societies, athletic organizations, political clubs, in
student organizations of any-nature whatsoever.
J. A. BURSLEY, Dean of Students.
following'is a revised lit of the time and place of meeting of quiz
sections will meet as scheduled below beginning Monday, Octo-
Week End Packard Dances Approved
Mrs. Myra B. Jordan, dean of wo-
men, wishes to announce that the regu-
lar rriday and Saturday night dances
at the Packard academy are now ap-
proved by the University, and are
chaperoned by women appointed'
through her office.
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Announces for Its Forty-Third
Chora Union Series
Extra concert S
OCT. 20-ERNO DOHNANYI, Pianist
Geatest Living Hungarian Pianist
Nov. 22-JOHN McCORMACK, Tenor
The King of Song Singers
DEC. 5-IGNAZ FRIEDMAN, Pianist
Huniker said: "The Season's Biggest Pianistic
JAN. '9-FRITZ KREISLER, Violinist
The Standard by which others are judged.
FEB. 3-ERIKA MORINI, Violinist
The "Wonder Violinist."
MAR. 14-ROSA RAISA, Soprano, and
FIVE PROGRAMS BY THE
DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
OSSIP GABRILOWITSCH, Conductor
With Distinguished Soloists as follows:
Nov. 8-ESTELLE LIEBLING,
One of America's Best.
DEC. 12--RAOUL VIDAS, Violinist
Renowned French Violinist.
Two leading stars of the Chicago Opera Asso-
ciation, whose joint recitals are outstanding
JAN. 23-OSSIP GABRILOWITSCH, Pianist
To appear as piano soloist with his own orchesti
FEB. 20-HANS KINDLER, 'Cellist
One of Holland's famous 'Cellists.
MAR. 27-BENDETSON NETZORG, Pianist
A Splendid Pianist.
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