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Publication-in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)
Volume 3 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1922 Number 9

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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.
Executive Board of Graduate School:
There will be a meeting of the Executive Board of the Graduate School
on Wednesday, Oct. 4, at 4:10 p. m. A. H. LLOYD.
To University Wowen:
My office hours in Barbour Gymnasium will be from 9 to 12 on all
mornings except Wednesday. Office hours on Wednesday will be from 1:30
to 3 in the afternoon.
JEAN HAMILTON, Dean of Women.
To University Women:
The Attendance Committee for women will meet in the Registrar's Office
every Monday and Thursday morning from 11 to 12:15.
JEAN HAMILTON, Dean of Women.
Sophomore Engineers:
There will be an Assembly of the Sophomore Engineers in room 348
of the Engineering building on Wednesday, Oct. 4, at 9 a. m., for the purpose
of nominating class officers and transacting business.
C. E. WIL┬žON, Mentor.
Freshmen, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
Freshman Asseanbly at 11 o'clock in room 34S. Dean Cooley will speak.
A. 0 LEE.
Philosophy Pro-Seminar:
Students who propose to take my pro-seminar in the Kanto-Iegelian
philosophy will kindly meet me on Wednesday, Oct. 4, at 4 p. m., in Room
106, M. H. -I. M. WENLEY.
French 5:
A new section in French 5 at 10 o'clock is being organized. All stu-
dents attending morning classes without official cards will" please come to
Room 104 S. W. and see about definite enrollment cards.
A. G. CANFIELD.

during the performance of numbers. Small children for obvious reasons
wil not be admitted. For the first concert Wednesday afternoon, 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 (Bon-
net). CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.
A "Tear Down Demonstration" of the Marmon automobile engine in
which a stock engine is torn down completely and assembled by experts
who hold the record for the shortest time in which this can be done, will
be given in Newberry Hall auditorium Wednesday, Oct. 4, 7:30 p. m. Ad-
mission is free to everyone interested.
PAUL B. PEW, Chairman.
Masques:
The first meeting of the year will be held in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall
at 4 o'clock, Thursday, Oct. 5. As plans for the annual play to be given
Nov. 22 will be under discussion, all members are urged to be present.
J. RALEIGH NELSON.
Officers of Aeronautical Society:
Are requested to communicate with me or eventually leave their ad-
dresses in my office (Room 341 Engineering building) for the purpose of
prompt transmitting of mail and communications for the Society, which,
frequently arrives in my care. F. W. PAWLOWSKI.

the tournament. Likewise, the men
that are paired must turn in their
scores by 5 o'clock, Monday after-
noon.
By Saturday, all of the fraternities
must turn in a list of, the men who
sill compose their speedball team.
Only 22 of the fraternities have turn-
ed in the names of their athletic man-
agers and it is pertinent that they at-
tend to this matter at once.
The following are the pairings for
the all-campus doubles tourney: El-
liott and Roth, 371, vs Lightbody and
Moore, 1505; Schuster, 240M, and Gu-
ton, 871M, vs Fox and Greiner, 2824W;
Goldberg and Feinsinger, 2174W, vs
White and Blase, 1597J; Vose and
Vose vs Stein and Ornsten, 2801W;
Schaefer and Jerome vs Dembufsok
and Freyberg, 907R; Upjohn and
Bauer, 374, vs Earl and Graesteus,
1983M; Hartwell and McKnight, 909;
vs Bright and Arnsten, 2506M; Rush
and Bielfield, 951M, vs Birks and
Flower, 1166;
Levy and Johns, 2871J, vs Heinz
and Crane, 2127M; Armstrong and
Gray, 909; vs Kalmbach and Brooks,
1680; Segal and Dreyfus, 751W, vs
Dunakin and Zool, 713W; Goldsmith
and Holl, 2878R, vs Jerome and Je-
rome, 33; Osborn and Miller, 1110R,
vs Nichols and Peterson, 1490W;
Hearding and Brown, 909, vs Richards
and Millett, 871M; Riley and Weyand,
1406, vs Inerman and Friedman.
These matches must be played off by
Saturday and the scores turned or
telephoned into the Intramural of-
fice at Waterman gymnasium.
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Military Science:
The following class rooms in Military Science are announced.
rooms are in the Engineering building unless otherwise stated.
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WHAT'S GOING ON
WEDNESDAY
4:30-Meeting of all those interested
in trying out for Varsity cheer
leader at the Union.
7:15-Sigma Delta Chi meeting, room
304 of the Union.
7:30-Student Council meeting in the
Union.
8:00-Meeting of all Lansing students
in Alumni Memorial hall.
9:00-Soph engineer elections, room
348, Engineering building.
11:00-Frosh pharmic elections, room
300, Chemistry building.
1 :00-Soph pliarii elections, room
300, Chemistry building.
1:00-SeCnior dental elections, Dental
ampitheater.
a:30-Senior medic elections, Medical
ampitheater in University hospital.
4:00-Junior educational electiions,
203 Tappan hall.
4:00-Junior lit elections, University
hall auditorium.
4 :00---Juior law elections, room C
Law building.
15:00-,Tunior dental elections, Dental
ampitheater.
5:00-Frosh dental elections, West
lecture hall, PhysIcs building.
5:00-Frosh medic elections, room 307
Medical building. .
5:00--Senior educational elections,
room 203, Tappan hall.
5:00-Soph lit elections, University
hall auditorium.
5:30-Soph dental elections, Dental
ampitheater.
4:00--Frosh law elections, room If,
Law building.
4:15--Senior law elections, roomI B,
Law building.

Intramural Items
Pairings for the All-campus singles
tennis tournament are as follows:
W. H. Riley 1460 vs G. P. Broaks 779;
J. D. Goldsmith 2878R vs E. Gold-
man 1878W; Norman Schlak '25 vs
W. F. Brown 909; Francis Holland,
'26, vs G. Schoenfield 524R S. _J.'1
Goldberg 2174W vs C. Eddy 1600J; H.
Birks 1166 vs J. A. Miller 111OR; R.
H. Freyburg 907R vs C. Frosland 566;
S. H. Strand 2606M vs F. Weyland
1460;
S. Frenandez 2606M vs P. Steinerl
2963W; R. W. Power 1547R RvsR.
Flower 1166; W. K.rGreiner 2824W
vs H. S. Bright 2506M; D. Earl 1983M
vs W. S. Hearding 909; A. Hartwell
909 vs S. Moore Jr. 2288; S. A. Crowe
1257W vs W. M. Rolland 1815J; H. A.
Fox 1838M vs E. Watts 2866R; A.
Loveman 1104 vs W. W. Grotthaus
2016W; S. Bauer 374 vs R. Loeb 1104;
R. Moore 1505, vs M. Neff 1878W; I.
H. Nichols 1490W vs E. S. Schafer
'24E; M. Feinsinger vs P. Amundsen
2606M; C. A. Peterson 1490W vs S.
Goldberg; J. Rice 371 vs R. Gray
90;..
All of these pairings in the first
round of the singles tournament
must be played off by Saturday or the
games will be considered as forfeit-
ed and consequently both of the men
will be considered as dropped from

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To University Women:
Miss Neva Lovewell, Executive Secretary of the Campaign Fund for the
University of MichiganLeague building, will have office hours In Barbour
Gymnasium -every morning from 9 to 11.,
FRANCES AMES,
President of Women's League.
Faculty, Department , ei nance Languages:'
The first monthly luncheon of the faculty of the Department of Ro-
mance Languages will be held at the Union today, Wednesday, at 12:15.
A. G. CANFIELD.
t. S. cmvi -Service Examination--Laboratory Assistant, Senior Grade:
An examination will be held Nov. 8-9, 1922. For particulars inquire at
the Post Office or of me. G. W. PATTERSON,
Assistant Dean, College of Engineering.
Engineering Students:
Who have taken their transcripts bf credits from schools and other
colleges in order to get advanced credits should retutn them promptly to
my office. G. W. PATTERSON,
Assistant Dean, College of Engineering.R
Geclogical and Geographlcal Journal Club:
here will be a meeting of the Club in Room G 217, Natural Science
bui-aing, on Wednesday, Oct. 4, at 7:30 p. m.
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 Organ Reclta3:
Twilight Orga, -. 'i will be held in Hill Auditorium every Wednes-
day afternoon at 4"'! '1 t r.unless otherwise announced. These concerts
are complimenta- h#i' ral public. Patrons are requested to be in
their sea',- , f4 .. . .' of beginning as the doors will be closed

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THURSDAY
4:00-School of Education faculty
meeting in room 105, Tappan hall.
9:00-Senior engineering elections,
room 348, Engineering building.
8 :30--Junior medic elections, Medical
ampitheater in University hospital.
8:34--Soph , aedic elections, West
ampitheater, Medical building.
1:00--Junior engineering elections,
room 348, Engineering building.
1:093--Junior pharmic elections, room
300, Chemistrytbuilding.
2:00-Senior pharmic elections, room
300, Chemistry building.
Order distinctive favors at the
Flower and Bottle Shop. 115 N.
Thayer.-Adv.

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state, sue, a"d' h and
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offer to fg3 $ A '"o
grams fort ,I
The extent' ment
last year, during season,
sent more than six sptakers week-
ly to various towns of the state. Be-
sides furnishing speakers, the exten-
sion service will provide any out-of-
town organizations withwinformation
concerning any of the- work carried.
on by the various campus societies.
The largest number of calls for
speakers specify athletes or men who
are -tive on the campus. The speak-
ers cuinmonly talk on the University's
attitude toward religion, and on ques-
tions which are usually, not under-
stood by younger students.
Any men who wish to make trips
as speakers to the various towns and
cities of the state are asked to give
their names to Alfred B. Connable.
Wayfarers to Elect Officers Monday
Due to a small attendance the
members of the Wayfarers club post-
poned the election of officers for the
coming year until next Monday. A
steak roast was discussed as one of
the possibilities of the near future,
and the date set for initiation of new-
ly elected members.

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OCTOBER 6
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OCTOBER 17
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OCTOBER 25
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NOVEMBER 15
SIR BASIL THOMPSON
DECEMBER 5
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