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PFICIAL BULLETIN

Students Wishing Consultations
Students wishing consultation regarding courses in Journalism may see
Mr. Burrows or Mr. Haines Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 8 to 9
of this week in room "J," University hall
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1921

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All X tudents:
In 6rder that there may be a complete and correct directory of stt.-
its on file In one central place in the University, students who were un-
'taln of their Ann 'Arbor addresses at the time of registration, or who
re moved since then, are requested to call at the office of the Dean of
idents, room 2, University Hall, to fill out a Change of Address card.
J. A. BURSLEY, Dean of Students.
endaiice Committee:
Al1 students in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts are re-
red to explain every absence to the Committee on Attendance within
o weeks.. The Committee meets ini the Registrar's office as follows:
For men:' Tuesday, 1:30 to 2:30; Thursday, 3:30 to 4:30.
For Women: Monday and Thursday, 11:15 to 12:15.
In addition to the above duty, all students must explain to the In-
1 ctor all absences, even though excused by the Attendance Committee,
I must make up all missed work to the satisfaction of the Instructor.
ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
ports of Absences:
All instructors in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts are
:ed to report at the end of each week every absence, no matter what the
,son may have been. Blanks are to be found in the Dean's messenger
:es, through which they are to be returned. Keys to these boxes may be
ained from Dean Effinger's office.
ARTHUR G.HALL, Registrar.
All Student Organizations:
Attention is called to a ruling of the University requfring every stu-
it organization to file with the Committee on Student Affairs a list of its
cers and a copy of its constitution.
The president of each such organization should see to it that the list
officers of. his (or her) society for the college year 1921-22 is filed with
Dean of Students, room 2, University Hall, on or before Monday, Octo-
3.
This ruling- applies to fraternities, sororities, other house clubs, dra-
tic societies, debating societies, athletic organizations, political clubs, in
t all student organizations of any nature whatsoever.
J. A. BURSLEY, Dean of Students.
'Ineerng English 3:
A new section in this course will be offered Tuesday and Thursday at
o'clock in room 431, the New Engineering building.
J. RALEIGH NELSON.
inomis 82a:
Economics 32a will meet Tuesday and Thursday at 8 o'clock in room
Economics building. C. EDMONDS.
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nomics lE - Engineers' Course:
Sections will meet as follows:
Section I, Tu. and Th. at 8, room 348, ling. building.
Section II, Tu. and Th. at 9, room.443, Eng. building.
Section III, W., F. at 9, room 443, Eng. building.
Lecture will be held Mondays at. 9 o'clock in room 348, Engineering
[ding.
The list of students enrolled in the course and the sections to which they
e been assigned will be found on the Bulletin Boards in the Economics
Enginering buildings. I. LUBIN.
g°sh 13:
The course in Browning will meet' hereafter in the lecture-room of
rberry hall. L. A. STRAUSS.
losophy 14:
The class in Metaphysics will meet on Monday, Wednesday and Fri-
,at '3 in room 106'M. H. Regular sessions commence today.
B. BLANSHARD.
,lish 21 and 23:
Students who wish to elect English 21 (Seminary in English Philology)
English 23 (Middle English) will please meet me at 4 o'clock on Friday,
t. 30, in room 303, Library. SAMUEL MOORE.
ignment of Desks in Genteral Chemistry:
Each student must obtain a $5 Chemical Laboratory Coupon Ticket at
office of the University Treasurer, and then report at the last labora-
r period assigned for his section this wee in the room designated below:
Chem. 1, room 430 for all sections except 6, which is in room 480.
Chei. 1b, room 400 for all sections except 5 and 6. which is in room 450.
Chem. 2b, room 480 for all sections except 8, which is in room 350.
Chem. 2E, room 400 for all sections except 6, which is in room 450.
D. M. LICHTY.
dIents in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
shall be. in'my office for consultation with students at the following
xs:
Every day from 11:11 to 12 o'clock.
Every day except Saturday from 2:30 to 3:30 o'clock. Entrance through
Registrar's office. W. R. HUMHREYS,
Assistant Dean.
dents in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:/

-The attendance committee for men will be in session in the Registrar's
e at the following hours:
Tuesdays from 1:30 to 2:30 o'clock.{
Thursdays from 3:30 to 4:30 o'clock.
W. R. HUMPHREYS, Assistant Dean.
tical Science 1:
The following is a revised list of the time and place of meeting of quiz
ion
Quiz sections will meet'as scheduled below beginning Monday, Octo-

Meebanical Engineering 35:
Section I will meet in room 223 Engineering building at 9 o'clock, See-
tion II will meet in room 303 Engineering building at 10 o'clock, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday. CHAS. B. GRADY.
charter class will also enroll at the
Union.
SGOING N The party arranged by the Wesleyan
guild of the Methodist church for to-
night has been postponed so as not
FRIDAY to conflict with the Traditions cere-
monies. Announcement Will be
4:00-Choral Union tryouts, School made later as to when it will be
of Music.'given,
5:00-Meeting of Gargoyle business
staff and try-outs, Press building.
7:15-Varsity band meets at Hill an- "Memory and Concentration" aids
ditorium to play for Traditions yo-r study. At bookstores, 64c.-Adv.
night. nts
7:15-Officers of V. F. W. meet in lob. Someone will see the Wisconsin
by of Union. Game at the expense of the Arcade
7:30-Alpha Nu Debating society Barber Shop. Ask about it.-Adv.
meets on fourth floor, University
hall. Laboratory supplies, Coats, Aprons
7:30-Cosmopolitan club social, Lane etc. at Wahr's, 316 State St.-Adv.
hall.
8:0-Dance for all Episcopal sta-
dents, Harris hall. Admission by CALL
card only.
8:30-Hobart guild party in Harris
hall. Admission by card only.

Dance, Sat. Dancing Parties Friday
and Saturday.-Adv.
The pride of every man's heart is
dignified and exquisite neckwear. The
Palais Royal carries the silk in mixed;
colors to make them.-Adv.
Parcel Post laundry cases at Wahr's
316 State St.-Adv.

Tryouts wanted im
for the editorial staff of
goyle. Apply at Gargo
Press building, 2 to 5
Patronize Daily Adverti

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is to say, they are all Crawford shoes. Every mod-
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SATURDAYI
1:30-'Varsity band meets at Universi-
ty hall, to play at game.
7:30-Meeting of the Bayonne, N. J.,
club, room 304, Union.
8:00-Party at Unitarian church par-
lors.
U-NOTICES
Jewish students! New Yeai's services
will be held Monday, Oct. 3 and
Tuesday, Oct. 4, at Germania hall,
corner of West William and Second
streets.
All members of the Order of the De
1 olay who did not meet last spring
with those who are to be the chart-
er members of the Ann Arbor chapt-
er please leave their names, address-
es, and telephone numbers at the
main desk on the main foor of the
Michigan Union building. Those De
Molays who as yet have not had the
opportunity of meeting with the
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