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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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elected and the year's' program wil be discussed.
nal'im are expected to ident ify themselves with the
The membership list wvilbe' made out at this first
meetings will be open to members only.

All students of jour-
activities of the cluib.
meeting. Subsequent
J. L. BRUMM.

IJAILT 1UI I IAL UI
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to
the University. Copy received until 3:30 p.,im. (11:30;
VolumeSTIT ESAY, OCTOBER 7, 1922

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oall members of
a. mn. Saturday.)
iNumbher 7

To the Deans:
There will be a conference of the Deans in the President's Office 'at 10
o'clock Wednesday, Oct. 4. M. L. BURTON.
Freshman Classificationi Conunittee, College of Llerature, Sciece, and
the Arts:
The_ Freshman Classification Committee will be in session Monday,
October 2,,4:00-5:00 o'clock; Tuesday, October 3, 1:00-2:00.
P. E. BURSLEY.

Senate Council:
The first regular meeting of the Senate Council for the year will
held in the President's office Monday, Oct. 9, at 4:15 p. in. (
R. W. BUNTING, Secretary.

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Junior ltesearcli CIO:
The Junior Research Club wil meet Tuesday night at eight o'clock in
the Forestry Laboratory. Signed, G. G. BROWN, Secretary.
University Symiphonly Orchestra :
Tryouts for the University Symphony Orchestra wil be held Wednesday
and Thursday evenings bf this week between 7 and 8 o'clock at the Uni-
versity School of Music. Candidates should bring their instruments and
some music with them with which they are familiar. Freshmen are eligible,
as are also women. SAMUEL P. LOCKWOOD.
%Gologieal uand.cGeograplhical Journal (lu:
There wil be a meeting of the Club in Room G 217, Natural Science
building, on Wednesday, Oct. 4, at 7:30 p. mn.
Program: "A Narrative of the Osborn Expedition to the Pacific." Pro-
fessor Hobbs.
The public is cordially invited to attend this lecture.
L. M. GOULD, Secretary.
Twilight %Orga i ic ital :
Twilight Organ Recitals will be held in Hill Auditorium every Wednes-
day afternoon at 4:15 o'clock unless otherwvise announced. These: concerts
are complimentary to the general public. Patrons are requested to be in
their seats promptly at the hour of beginning as the doors will be closed
during the performance of, numbers. Small children for obvious reasons
will not be admitted. Fgor the first coicert Wednesday afternon, Oct. 4,
Mr. Earl V. Moore will offer the following program: Prelude and Fugue in
C major .(Bach.) Sister Monica (Couperin), Prelude (Clerambault), Adagio
(from Symphony VI) (Widor), Elves, Pastorale, Caprice Heroique (B~on-
net). CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.
A. S. 1V. E.:
A "Tear Dowxn Demonstration" of the Marmon automobile engine in
which a stock engien is torn down completely and assembled by experts
who hold the record for the shortest time in which this can be done, wil
be given in University Hall auditorium Wednesday, Oct. 4, 7 :30 p. in. Ad-
mission is free to everyone interested.
PAUL B. PEW, Chairman.

Rho~des Scholar L~eaves For England
Along with thirty other Rhodes
scholarship men, from as many states
in the union, Bertrand H. Bronson,
'21, sails for England today on the
Equatania to begin his studies at Ox-
ford as Rhodes Scholar from. the
state of Michigan.
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Political Science 1:t
Lectures in Political Science 1 wil be held in Hill Auditorium, instead
of room B. Law Building, beginning Tuesday, October 3. at 11 o'clock.
T. S. REEVES.
Political Science Is
The quiz sections in Political Science I will meet as follows:
Section Hour Place
1 Mon.-8 203 Ec. B~ldg.
2 Man.-9 C~
3 Mon.-10 203 "o t
4 Mon.-10 202 "o
5 Tues.-8 102to t
6 Tues.-8SD o "
7 Tues.-9 202 "o
8 Tues.-9 1"
9 Tues.-9 101, t" t
10 Wed.-8 5 "t t
11 Wed.-9 1 o
12 Wed.-9 2
13 Wed.-10 203 Mason Hall
14 Wed.-10 100 South Wing
15 Wed.-11 2 Ec. Bldg.
16' Wed.-11 100 South Wing
17 Thurs.-8 C *Ec. Bldg.
18 Thurs.-9 1 "s
19 Thurs.-9 101. " ~
20 Thurs.-9 A Alumni Hall
Assignment of quiz sectionis are posted on the political science. bulletin
hoard iin the Economics building. Quiz sections began Monday, Oct. 2, at 8
A. M. S. S. REEVES.
Psychiatry:
Psychiatry as offered in the Curriculum in Social Work meets Wednes-
day, 2-4, at the Psychopathic Hospital. T. RAPHAEL.
French 5:
A' new section in Frenchi 5 at 10 o'clock is being organized. All stu-
dents attending morning classes without offiial cardsxwill please come to
Room 104 S. W. and see about definite enrollment cards.
A. G. CANFIELD.
Sociology 19:
Copies of the seating list are posted in Room B, Law building, and on
the first floor bulletin board of the Economics building. The. copy in Room
B 'will be removed before the Wedneday lecture. Corrections and addi-
tions to the list may be made' Tuesday afternoon in Room 205 Economics
building. R. H. HOLMES.
Philosophy Pro-Seminar:
Students wvho propose to' take my pro-seminar in the Kanto-Hegelian
philosophy will kindly meet me on Wednesday, Oct. 4, at 4 p. in., in Room-
106, M. H. R.M.WENLEY.
Jourunalisni 31: .
The entire class will meet every Monday at 8 o'clock in Newberry hall'
auditorium. The 8 o'clock sections, Wednesday and Friday, will meet in
University Hall, Room 207; 9' o'clock section, Wednesday, University Hall,
Room 205; Friday, University Hall, 305; 10 o'clock section, Wednesday and
Friday, University Hall, Room 305. A journalist never gets lost.
E. G. BURROWS.
Students of Journalism:-'-'7 - 'p
The Students' Press Club will meet for organization 'purposes at 7 p.
in. today, Oct. 3, in the auditorium of University Hall. A president will be

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TUES DAY
6:00-3fteting9 of business staff and'
tryouts, Press building.
7 :00-Watyfarer's club, Room 306 of
the Union.
7 :30 .Adeiplil house of Representa-
tives meets in Ujniversity hall.
7 :15i-1t. Clemens Club meets in 1'un-
ion. Important.
8 :00--Round-up club meets in' Union.
Important.,
WEDNESDAY
7 :15-Vaeterans of F"oreign Wars meet
in Union.
7 :30-Tear- Down demonstration of

ditorium.
Marmnon automobile engine, aus-
pices A.S.M.E., University hall au-
Press Club Will Meet Tonight
There will 'be an organization meet-
ing of the Student Press Club at 7 o'-
clock this evening in University Hall.
Students of journalism and others in-
terested are urged to attend.
Laundry Cases-the "Quick-Pac," at
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SIR ROBERT L. BORDEN
OCTOBER 17
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OCTOBER 25
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NOVEMBER 15
SIR BASIL THOMPSON
DECEMBER 5
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JAINUARY 26
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