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TUSDAY, OCTOBER 4 1991

Numbr 8

The Daily Official Bulletin is a means established for communication
een members of the University. The responsibility lies with all mem-
of the University to read the Bulletin each day, and it is understood
notices given in it are sufficient and are binding upon all whom they
ern. Items for insertion should be left with the Assistant to the Pres-
t before 3:30 p. m. for the week-day issues, and before 11:30 a. m.-
rday for the Sunday issue. FRANK E. ROBBINS.
Assistant to the President.
hme f All Colleges:
No series of "Talks to Freshmen" by the President has been planned for
year. In case it. is decided to hold a meeting of Freshmen for 1this
ose on any occasion, special announcement will be made in the Daily
ial Bulletin. .iANK E. ROBBINS
Assistant to the President.
,DaSI L. Boudeman
Of the Kalamazoo bar will given a course of ten lectures on Michigan
ute Law daily except Saturdays at 5 p. 4. in room C in the Law build-
The firt lecture of tly series occurred on Monday, Oct. 3. This course
pen to all law students and others directly interested and especially
.14 be attended by all intending to take the bar examinations in this
e. HENRY M. BATES, Dean.
lty of Coleegs of Engineering and Architecture:
Professor J. C. Parker will speak on "Professional Solidarity" at a din-
meeting of the Local chapter of A. A. E. to be held at the Michigan
n at 6:15 tonight. All members of the various professional staffs are
ially invited to be present regardless of membership in the chapter.
D. C. MAY, President.
adanee Committee:
All students in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts are re-
ed to explain every absence to the Committee on Attendance within
weeks. The Committee meets in the Registrar's office as.follows:
For men: Tuesday, 1:30 to 2:30; Thursday, 3:30 to 4:30.
Fdr women: Monday and Thursday, 11:15 to 12:15.
In addition to the above duty, all students must explain to the In-
etor all absences, even though excused by the Attendance Committee,
must make up all missed work to the satisfaction of the Instructor.
ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
arts of Absences:
All instructors in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts are
d to report at the end of each week every absence, no matter what the
on may havebeen. Blanks are to be found in the Dean's messenger
o, through which they are to be returned. Keys to these boxes may be
lned fr Dean Effinger's office.
I ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.,
[ets W theCollege of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
shall be in my office for cosultation with students at the following
Every day from 11:10 to 12 o'clock.
E ery day except Saturday from 2:30 to 3:30 o'clock. Entrance through
Registrar's office. W. R. HUMPHREYS
Assistant an.
ents in the College of Literature, Sience, 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'clockU.
W. R. HUMPHREYS, Assistant Dean.
hmeu Engbfers:
Coach Fielding H. Yost will speak to the Freshmen Engineers on
nesday, Oct. 5, 1921, at 11:15 a .m. in room 348 Engineering building.
y Freshman Engineer must be present or secure from Dean Butts an
se for his absence. C. E. WILSON,
Head Mentor Freshmen Engineers.
ory 1A:
The seating chart is posted on the bulletin board in Tappan hall. All
eqts in History 1A will Inspect it so as to be in their proper places for
lecture on Tuesday.
Mr. Brand's quiz section for Tuesday and Thursday at 9 will-meet in
1 208 Tappan hall as originally scheduled. The Wednesday and Satur-
section at 10 will meet in 108 Tappan hall. H. BRAND.
rersty 'Choral Union:
Initial rehearsal tonight, 7 sharp, School of Music. All new tryouts
all former members who wish to retain membership must be present.
gument of seats Will be made after this rehearsal. Office hours for try-
today at 4, School of Music. EARL~ V. MOORE,
ActingCodudtor.
This class will Aeet on Tuesday at 3 o'clock in room 104, Economics
ding. C. E. GRIFFIN.

or Regearch Club,
The first regular meeting of the year will be held at 8 o'clock Tuesday
ling in room 426. H. R. SNOW, Secretary.
rersity Symphony Orchestra:
Tryouts for the University Symphony Orchestra will be held at the
col of Music, Maynard Stteet, from 7 to 8:30 on Wednesday and Thurs-
of this week. Applicants should bring their instruments, and some
is with which they are familiar. Freshmen are eligible.
SAMUEL PIERSON LOCKWOOD.
Ieal Scieneb 1 - local Government:
The seminary in Local Government will be held at 3 p. m. Tuesday in
n 401 Library. EVERETTA BROWN.

WHAT'S GOING ON
TUESDAY
7:00-Union Orchestra meets in room
325 Union.
7:00-Choral Union rehearsal, School
of Music.
7:00-Varsity Glee club tryouts, room
308 Union.
7:15-Pi Epsilon Dela meets in room
323 Union.
7:30-Underelass. conduct committee
meets at the Union
7:30-Alpha Kappa Psi meets in room
302 Union.
7:30-Boxing club meets in the
Union.
7:30-Girls' Educational club 'meets
in Betsy Barbour parlors.
7:30 - Youngstown iM3chigan club
meets at the Union.
WEDNESDAY
4:00-Ferris Institute club meets at
room 206 U-Hall.
7:00-Varsity band rehearsal at U-
Hall.
7:00-Uiversity Symphony orees-
chestra tryouts at School of Music.
AUTOMOBILE
TRANSPOR -
TATION
RATES BY HOUR
OR TRIP
Party Driving a Specialty

7:15-Sealp and Blade meeting at
Union.
The new college cap, imported cloth,
made to our order. In one-piece and
eight-piece. They can't lose their
shape. $2.50 and $3.50. Davis Tog-
gery Shop, 119 So. Maln.-Adv.
Girls Attention! Rain water sham-
poos, hair dressing, marcel-waving,
face and scalp treatment; Wigs for
rent. Mrs. J. R. Trojanowski, 1110-S.
University Ave., side entrance. Phone
696-W.-Adv.

second hand sets at Wahr's, 316 State Game at the expense
St.-Adv. Barber Shop. Ask abo
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"WHERE ARE YOU EATING?"
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YOU'LL ANSWER IF YOU'RE WISE.
Ask the ones who eat there
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Nov. 8- Estele Liebling
A LEADING AMERICAN SOPRANO
Dec.12- RaOUD Vidas
. EMINENT FRENCH VIOLINIST
Jan.23- Ossip Gabr lowitso
PIANIST - CONDUCTOR
Feb. 20- Hans Kindler
FAMOUS DUTCH 'CELLIST
Mar. 27- Benedetson Netzo
ARMENIAN PIANIST
COURSE TICKETS
Nearly 1,000 at.....................$2.00 ea
Others at $3.00,'$4.00 and $5.00 each

lish 4, Shakespears:
SECTION I. Beginning Tuesday, Oct. 4, the
Thursday at 9, in 206 U. H.
fsh e, Contemporary Drama:
The class will meet hereafter in 206 U. *i

class will meet Tusday
0. J. CAMPBELL.

A chance for students to hear one of the finest orch
at an average cost of from 40c to $1 each

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Mail orders for tickets given preference
on October 22

until public

0, J. CAMPBELL.

Address:

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econd section in this course will meet in room 223 New Engineer-.
ng instead of in room 318 as previously announced.
HERBERT C. SADLER.

UNIVERSITY

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