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AlLY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
blication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
University. Copy received until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)
lame ' SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1922 Number 18
embers of the Faculties and Staff:
opies of the President's Report, just published, have been, or are be-
ent to all deans, directors, superintendents, and heads of academic
tments. Any member of the faculties or staff who desires a copy may
the same by calling at the desk in the Secretary's office; or if he will
unicate with the undersigned a copy will be sent to his address.
FRANK E. ROBBINS.
nistrative Board, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
he Administrative Board will meet on Tuesday, Oct. 17, at 4:10 o'clock,
an Eflinger's office. W. R. HUMPHREYS,
Assistant Dean.
ers of the Literary Faculty:
'he Faculty Directory blanks intended for all members of the teaching
of the College of Literature, Science and the Arts have been placed in
essenger boxes. It is important that these be filled out and returned
e Dean's office or to the messenger boxes as soon as possible. A direc-
of this kind containing information which makes it possible to find an
actor with the least possible delay is very necessary, and the hearty co-
,tion of all concerned will be appreciated
JOHN R. EFFINGER.
nrch Club, Unfversity of Michigan:
he first meeting of the Club for the academic year 1922-1923 will be
in the Histological Laboratory of the Medical School at 8 o'clock Wed-
y evening, Oct. 11. (The' Council will meet at 7:30.)
'he annual election of officers will be followed by a report of progress
pyrus and manuscript research, by Professors Campbell Bonner and
Winter.
A Papyrus of Dioscorides on Materia Medica, and two Manuscripts
of the Burdett-Coutts collection. Professor Bonner.
Some Literary Fragment's. Professor Winter.
H. H. BARTLETT, Secretary.
tudents Who lave Taken French 5:
kn insufficient supply of copies of Braunschvig: Notre Litterature etu-
dans les Textes, vol. 1, is seriously embarrassing the work of certain
ons of French 5. Students who own a copy of that book and are will-
Q dispose of it, at least tempo-arily, are asked to leave their names and
eses in the office of the Department of Romance Languages, Room
S. W. A. G. CANFIELD.
Aeering English 1:
students in English 1 in the Engineering College will be given an
rtunity to go through the General ,Library Monday evening, Oct 16.
at 7 in the main corridor on the second floor..
J.' R. NELSON.
sophy 12a:
[ shall be unable to meet my clash in Philosophy 12a on Monday.
CHARLES B.IBBERT.
or Civil Eng'ineers:'
Al students participating in the annual inspection trip on Oct. 19
20 must secure ticket authorizing them to participate.
rickets will be issued in Room 322, Engineering building, at the follow-
Monday, October 16-10 a. m. to 12 m. and 2 to 4 p. m.
Puesday, October 17-8 a. m. to 12 m.
Each student must make a deposit to cover his transportation, hotel and
ental expense. J. H. CISSEL.
's E ducational Club:
rhere will be a meeting of the Men't Educational Club on Monday,
16, from 7 to 8 p. m. in room 318 at the Union. There will be a talk by
prominent educator, and light refreshments will be served.
L. H. BEACH, Secretary.

WHAT'S GOING ON
NOTICE-Copy for this column should
be submitted by 5:30 o'clock +r,
the day before publication.
SATURDAY
1:15-All Masons desiring to try out
for Craftsmen Degree team, report
at Masonic Temple.
8:00-Vaudeville performance, Mimes
theater.
8:00-Movie, "The Little Minister," by
James M. Barrie, Wesley hall.
SUNDAY1
9:30-Student bible classes at Con-
gregational church.
12:00-Open Forum, Congregational
church. Professor Kelsey to speak
on "The Problems of the Near
East."
12:00-Professor W. D. Henderson
speaks at Presbyterian church. Will
gfve third talk of a series of ten.
Subject, "What We Know About the
New Testament."
5:30-Social hour, Presbyterian
church. Supper will be served.
6:30-Fireside chat at Congregational
church. Hawaiian music; Ralph
Muncy, '23, talks on "What About
the Bible." .
4:30-Young people's meeting, Pres-
byterian church. Leaders R. Clark
'26M, and Lucile Welty '23, will give
talks on "Messages from the Con-
ferences." . >
7:00-Intercollegiate Zionist Associa-
tion meets in Lane Hall.
7:30-Hindestan club social, Lane
Hal;.
7:30-First University Service of the
year at Hill auditorium. President i
Burton will speak on "Living on a
War Basis."
U-NOTICE S
The management of tile University
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
notice.
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 nen 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.
INTEREST IS SHOWN IN
CAMMA PHIBETA DANCE
Unusual interest is being manifest-
ed in the matinee dance which will be
held this afternoon at the Union- The
demand for tickets which were on
sale in the corridors of the Library
and University hall yesterday was
large and itis expected that an even
greater number will be purchased at
the door.
Members of Gamma Phi Beta soror-
ity, under whose auspices the dance
is held, have strained every effort to
make the dance a success. Arrange-
ments for receiving the returns from
the football game have been made,
'which promises to be an added at-
traction. Kennedy's first orchestra
will furnish the music.
Proceeds from the dance will be
turned over to the Michigan League,
and indications are that the fund will
be materially increased thereby.
You will be surprised at the large
results obtained at low cost from a
"Daily" classified ad-Adv.

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Coach Sullivan has never had
iany pupils in his classes before,
it is highly probable that some
Ilent material will develop. Some
e men seen in action so far this
have the makings of clever box-
and there is some fairly good
yweight material on hand, some-
g that has been absent for a few
s. Most of the men run from 128
ds up to 158 pounds with the ma-
y in the lightweight class at 130

Minn. Leave for First Big Ten Game
Minneapolis, Minn., Oct. 13.-Thirty-
two players, coaches and trainers of
the University of Minnesota football
team arrived tonight in Indianap-
olis, where, the Gophers play their
first Big 'Ien game of the season
against Indiana Saturday.
No More Houses to Be Moved Now
No houses, except those on the land
facing the east side of the campus, are
to be moved by the University for the
present. Contracts for the removal of
houses on the sites for other new
buildings have not been let.
Michigan Daily and Chimes for $4.50.

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Get your'Ensian
picture now!
Telephone today for an appointment
AVE it made early,
before the crowds
start coming, bef or e
your own time is taken
up with other matters.
We'll arrange an ap-
pointment for any time
that suits your conven-
ience. Calling 6'04- W
does it.
Be among the first photographed!

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Good tickets remain on all floors as follows: Main Floor, $4.00 and $5.00; First Balcony,
$4.00 and $5.00; Second Balcony, $2.00 and $3.00. Mail orders will be selected in the order

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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 in the
Second Balcony remain at $4.50 and $5.00 each. These may be ordered so long as they last.
If any still remain, they will be offered to the general public at the School of Music, SATUR-
DAY, OCTOBER 14.

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Alfred Cortot, "A Second Paderewski" in a piano recital, December d.
Ina Bourskaya, Russian Coloratura Soprano, soloist with the Detroit Orchestra, under
OSSIP GABRILOWITSCUI, October 30.

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Maurice Dumesnil,

French Pianist, soloist with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, under
OSSIP GABRILOWITSCH, February 1t).

Raoul Vidas,

French Violinist, soloist with Detroit Symphony Orchestra, In a Popular Program,
under VICTOR KOLAR, November 20.

0. & H. Styles A Step In Advance
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top-notchers for Fall. Select yours now from the many new ox-
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O'Kane & Hertler
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portraits
Quality
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Kathryn M isle,

American Contralto, soloist with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, in a Popular
Pro gram, under VICTOR KOLAR, January 15.

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Ann-Arbor, Michigan

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