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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 TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1922 Number 14
lean's Advisory Committee, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: ..
At the request of President Marion L Burton the Dean's Advisory
Committee is asked to meet with the Committee of Five for a discussion of
the plans of the new building for the Literary College, Tuesday, Oct. 1, at
1:30 p. m. in the President's Office.
JOHN R. EFFINGER, Dean.
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
The attention of all students is called to the Rules Relating to Ab-
sence, printed on page 23 of the Announcement. The Attendance Committee
for men will be in the Registrar's Office every Tuesday from 1:30 to 2:30,
and every Thursday from 3:30 to 4:30, beginning on Tuesday, Oct. 10.
W. R. HUMPHREYS,
Women students who are specializing in Physical Education are re-
quested to meet nie in my office today, Tuesday, Oct. 10, at 5 o'clock.
MARION 0. WOOD.
Freshmen and entering sophomore women are required to attend the
first hygiene lecture, to be given in Barbour Gymnasium today, Tuesday,
Oct. 10, at 4 p. m..
Please be prepared with a blue book for taking notes.
MARION 0. WOOD.
Physical Education 43 A:
Class will meet Monday and Thursday from 3 to 5:30 at the R. 0. T. C.
Office, 1002 South University avenue. ROBERT ARTHUR.
All Freshmen; Chemical or ilechanleal Engineers of All Classes:
Enrollments for Military Science will be accepted the rest of this week.
There is still time to enroll for a commission in the Officers' Reserve Corps.
All men who are interested should report at the R. 0. T. C. Office 1002
South University avenue, before Saturday noon.
Twilight Organ Recital:
Harry Russell Evans of the Organ Faculty of the University School of
Music will offer the following program in Hill Auditorium Wednesday after-
noon at 4:15 o'clock. The general public is cordially invited: Sonata in C
minor, Opus 50, I. Peludio; II. Adagio (Guilmant); Salvadora (Berceuse)
(Federlein); Prelude and Fugue in C minor (Bach); Catari! Catari! (Ar-
ranged by H. R. Evans) (Cardillo); Fantasia on Scotch Airs (MacFarlane).
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.
A regular meeting will be held in Room 401 Mason hall today at 8:30
p. m. instead of' the time previously announced. Officers will be elected,
Professor J. W..Glover will present a paper on the new volume of United
States Life Tables. Members of the Faculty and graduate students are
cordially invited to attend 'the meetings of the Club.
This evening a 6:30, dinner will be served at Foster's Art Store (213 S.
State St.) to members of the Club and ladies. The dinner will be followed
by a social hour, informal.
W. WV. DENTON, Secretary.
United States Civil Service Examination:
There are vacancies in the Bureau of Standards, Washington D. C., for
Junior Engineers, Junior Physicists and Junior Technologists in the follow-
ing branches of engineering: Electrical, Mechanical, Civil, Chemical, Ce-;
ramic, Radio and Engineering of Materials. Those interested see copy of
the announcement of examination on the, Aero bulletin board (next to door
of Room 341 Engineering Building) and are requested to leave their names
and addresses with me in my office, Room 341.
F. W. PAWLOWSKI.
WHAT'S GOING ON
NOTICE-Copy for this column should
be submitted, by 5:30 o'clock of
the day before publication.
4:00-Tryouts for the plays to be pro.
duced by the class in play produc-
tion in University Hall from 4:00
till 6: 00.
4:30-5 :30-Graduate School tea. Bar-
bour gym. All women invited.
5:00-Chimes Business Staff meeting,
6:05-Students' Press club supper,
room 318 of the Union.
6:30-Round-Up club banquet in Un-
6:45-Students'tPress club meeting,
room 318 of the Union.
7:00-Ferris Institute students meet
in room 206, University Hall.
7:15-Mount Clemens club meets in
7 :30-Adelphi House of Representa.
tives meets on fourth floor Univer-
7:30-Cleveland club meets in Upper
reading room of the Union.
7:30-Underclass Conduct committee
meets in room 302 of the Union. i
8:00-Celebration of lEleventh Anni. I
versary of Chinese Republic, Lane
8:00-American Legion meting i Un-
4:00-Tryouts for the plays to be pro.
duced by the class in play produc-
tion in University Hall from 4:00 till
7:30-Boxing Club meeting in Union.
The management of the Universityl
School of Music announces that the
number of orders for Choral Union
concert tickets has been so great
that the entire allotment of seats in
Block A and B ($6 and $5 tickets)
has been exhausted. No more or-
ders will be received at these prices.
There is still opportunity to secure
tickets in Block C and D (top bal-
cony) at $4.50 and $5 and such or.-
ders will be received until further
On Saturday, Oct. 14, all tickets not
ordered by mail, if there are any
left, will be placed on public sale
at the School of Music.
For the Extra concert series tickets
may still be ordered in all four
blocks at $2, $3, $4, and $5 each.
Camp Davis men may secure prints
of pictures taken this summer by
calling at the surveying depart-
ment and ordering them.
There is an exhibition of portraits of
leaders of the war in Alumni Mem-
orial hall daily from 2 to 5-.o'clock.
This is given under the auspices of
the Ann Arbor Art association.
Press club luncheon tickets will be
on sale Tuesday at Women's League
booth, University Hall, and at Mich-
igan Union desk. Luncheon at 6:05,
with music. Members who cannot
attend luncheon are urged to attend
club meeting to follow at 6:45.
Sigma Delta Chi meeting, scheduled
for Tuesday evening, has been post-
poned to 7:30 Thursday evening in
at West Park Sunday afternoon, has
been postponed until Oct. 15. It was
announced by the management that
the same lineup will appear Oft. 15
as was announced for last Sunday.
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REPUBLICAN CLUB 1
"We should like to bring to the not-
ice of every University student that
the Health service is equipped to care
of all minor illnesses," stated Dr.
Warren E. Forsythe, director of the
Health service, yesterday.
This new phase of the Health serv-
ice, made possible by its removal in-
to a larger building, has increased its
efficiency.- It is much more desirable,
he said, that the student, as soon as
he feels ill, come directly to the
Health service and have his case at-
tended to. If necessary, he will be
put to bed, where he will receive the
attentions of a trained nurse and re-
ceive medical treatment absolutely
free of charge. This arrangement, Dr.
Forsythe said, is better for all con-
cerned, than for the patient to remain
in his room while ill.
The new Health service building is
equipped with 10 beds, five for men
and five for women, in separate
wards. This equipment will be in-
creased shortly by the addition of 10
or 15 more beds.
Ray Battery Game Postponed
Due to the muddy condition of the
diamond, the second game of the ser-
ies, for the championship of the coun-
ty, between the Grottos of Ann Arbor
and the Ray Battery team of Yipsi-
lanti, which was to have been played
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
The following letter is made public.
October 5th, 1922.
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity,
210 Glen Ave.,
In accordance with your request
you are hereby notified that Alpha
Phi Alpha has been officially recog-
nied by the University as a national
fraternity. I cannot give you the date
of the original official University rec-
ognition, but can say that Baird's
Manual of American Fraternities
shows that the local chapter of Alpha
Phi Alpha was granted in 1909; and
that Alpha Phi Alpha appears among
the list of fraternities shown in the
With best wishes for your future
success, I remain
Signed - J. A. BURSLEY, Dean.
Michigan Union Upper Reading Room
WEDNESDAY - 7:30 P. M.
All Republican students-whether voters
or not-are cordially invited
a Ia Theodore Roberts
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what I want at a lower cost. It is a fact, we do sell most everything for less,
and we have so many items you fellows buy every day: Hosiery, Sweaters,
Underwear, Ties, Collars, Waiters Aprons, and Coats, Whisk Brooms and
Brushes, Alarm Clocks, Waste Baskets, Combs, Towels, and Face Cloths.
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[Jpon the arrival of additignal in-
'uments recently requested from- the
ar department in anticipation of a
ger band, the R. 0. T. C. will own
instruments, which can be issued
students qualified to belong to the
nd. In addition, the bWnd will con-
.n students who own their own in-
The band will enroll any men', in-
iding freshmen, or thosP who have
rolled in the R. O. T. C. for the pur-
se of bard instructio o Captain
lfred Wilson, dir'eclor of the Var-
sity band, will continue to direct the
R. 0 C.(. band.
"The R. O. 'T. C. band," says Major
Robert Arthur, "does not serve in the
same field as the Varsity band, nor
does it compete with the Varsity band
in any activity. It plays only for oc-
casions of military character."
If the 'number of students eligible
to participate in campus activities'is
large enough, it is planned to organize
a small band which may take part in
occasions of a more social and in-
The first meeting of the band will
be held at 7 o'clock Thursday even-
ing in Newberry hall. Special classes
will be organized for Wednesday af
ternoon practice at which element.
ary instruction will be given.
Round-up Club Will Hold Banquet
There will be a banquet for Round-
Up club members Tuesday, October
10, 1922, at 6:30 in the Union.
Michigan Daily and Chimes for $4.50.
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Orders have been received in such large numbers that the Main Floor, the First Balcony
and the front half of the Second Balcony have been sold out. A limited number of seats may be
ordered by mail so long as they last. If any still remain, they will be offered to the general pub-
lic at the School of Music, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14.
Extra Concert Ser ies
Good tickets remain on all floors as follows: Main Floor, $4.00 and $5.00; First Balcony,
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In this series five stupendous programs will be offered:
"The Niagara Falls Route"
Alfred Gortot, "A Second Paderewski" in a piano recital, December 4.
Ina Bourskaya, Russian Coloratura Soprano, soloist with the Detroit Orchestra, under
OSSIP GABRILOWITSCH, November 30.
mauri. ou ..nu Frech Pianist, soloist with the DetroIt Symphony Orchestra, wnder
Maurie Dum snilOSSIP GABRILOWITSCII, February 19.
French Violinist, soloist with Detroit Symphony Orchestra, in a: Popular Program,
under VICTOR KOLAR, November 20.
American Contralto, soloist with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, in a Popular
Pre gram, under YICTOR KOLAR, January 15.
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