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FICIAL BULLETIN

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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 18, 1922 Number 21
To the Deans:
There will be a conference of the Deans in the President's Office at 10
o'clock Wednesday, Oct. 18.
M. L. BURTON.
University Lecture:
The Hon. Philip Henry Kerr, formerly editor of The Round Table and
secretary to the Rt. Hon. David Lloyd George. will deliver a University
lecture upon "Some Present International Problems" Friday, October 20, at
4:15 p. m., in Room B, Law building. The public is cordially invited.
F. E. ROBBINS.
Faculty, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
It is the duty of all members of the faculty of the Literary College to
rebort every absence from their classes. Blanks for the weekly report may
be obtained from the Dean's messenger boxes.
ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
Advanced Credit Appications:
All Freshman Literary students, who, by virtue of post-graduate high
school attendance, are entitled to apply for advanced credit should do so
at once. ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
To Class Presidents and Prsidents of Campus Societies:
Attention is called to the failure of a large percentage of the classes
and, campus societies to hand in a list of offloers as called for in the Offi-
cial Bulletin, of Oct. 1.
The president of each class and campus organization of any kind what-
soever should'see to it that the list of officers of his (or her) society for the
college year 1922 and 1923 is filed in the office of the Dean of Students,
Room 2, University Hall, on or before Oct. 30.
J; A. BURSLEY,
Dean of Students.
College of Engineering, freshmen Assembly: 11 o'clock Room 348:
Nominatioi of class officers, discussion of the honor system.
A. 0. LEE.
Research Club, University of Michigan:
The first meeting of the Club for the academic year 1922-1923 will be
held in the Histological Laboratory of the Medical School at 8 o'clock Wed-
nesday evening, Oct. 18. (The Council will'meet at 7:30.)
The annual electionof officerswill be followed by a report of progress
in papyrus and nuarniscript research, by Professors Campbell Bonner and
J. G. Winter.
1. A Papyrus of Dioscorid'es on Ma'teria Medica, and two Manuscripts
of the Burdett-Coutts collection. Professor Bonner.
2. Some Literary Fragments. Professor Winter.
H. H. BARTLETT, Secretary.
Exhibition of War Portraits:
Under the auspices of the Ann Arbor Art Association an exhibition of
portraits of American and allied war leaders is being held from 1:30 to 5
p. m. daily, from Oct. 5 to Oct. 26, in the West Gallery of Alumni Memorial
Hall. The gallery will be open Sundays. BRUCE M. DONALDSON.
Varsity Band:
Meet at 7 University Hall. Bring racks. Check roll call and drill for
Ohio State. WILFRED WILSON, Director.
Come dy.Club:
yClie first meeting of the year will be held Wednesday. evening, Oct. 18,
tit 8 o'clock in SarahCaswell Angell Hall. The program 'will include two
one-act' plays, "The Bear" by Chekov, and "Three" by C. G. Ely.
C. J DRESBACH.
Mathematics 1:
".Beinning Thursday, Oct. 19, Mr. Peterson's 11 o'clock.section of Mathe-
matics 1 will ^neet regilarly in Roon'Z 231 Natural Science building on Men-
iy Tuesday,' Thursday, Friday. 0. J. PETERSON.
Romance, Club:
The meetitig of! theRomance'Club annouticed for today is postponed
until :Oct.25A., A. G.'CANFIELD. "1
Aeronautical Engineering, Advanced Credits:-
Students intending to do some advanced work in Aero 12, 13 and 14
Will have to arrange their work definitely with me 'within the present
Week. No' further application foi advanced work will be acceptedt after
Satuiday,'Oct. 21. F. W' PAWLOWSKL

WHAT'S GOING ON
NOTICE-Copy for this column should
be submitted by 5:30 o'clock aW
the day before publication.
WEDNESDAY
4:00-Senior class of School of Edu-
cation meets in room 203, Tappan
hall.
4:00-Junior fits meet in University
hall.
4:00--Soph lits meet in Newberry
hall.
4:00-Fresh dents meet in west lec-
ture room of Physics building.
5:00-Senior class of School of Edu-
cation meets in room 205. Tappan
hall.
7:00-Highland Park U. of X1. club
will hold a smoker in room 302, Un-
ion.
7:30-Comedy club meets in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall. Two one-act
plays to be produced.
7 :30-Siga Delta Cid meets at the
Union.
7:30-Quarterdeck meets in Union.
This being the initial meeting of the
year all members are urgently re-
guested to be present. Important
business to be transacted.
8:00-Lansing club meets in room 207,
University hall. All students from
Lansing are requested to attend-
8:00-I1 Circolo Italiano mee's in room
202, S. W. Lecture in Italian by Mr.
Do Filippis.
THUiRSDAY
4:00-Class on Jesus Philosophy on
Life, south parlor of Newberry hall.
Open to women only.
5:00-Candle light recognition serv-
ice for anew members of the W. Y.
C. A. at the Congregational church.
5:00-Meeting of entire editorial staff
of Michiganensian, Press building.
7 :30-Socledad .Hispanica meets in
room 203, Tappan hall. Lecture by1
Prof. Antonio G. Solalinde.
8:00-Nontiethi club meets in Lane
hall All .men interested in the
Christian ministry are invited to. at-
tend.
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U-NOTICES
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.
All seniors must have their pictures
for the 1923 Michiganensian taken
Lyceum Theatre

now. A photographer's receipt
must be secured at the -'Ensian of-
fice before setting can be made. Call
at Press building, 2 to 5 o'clock,
this week.
FARR1ELL PICKS TEAM
To MEET WISCONSIN
CROSS COUNTRY SQUADj
SEVEN HARRIERS TO LEAVE FOR
MADISON AT 9:50 FRIDAY
MORNING
Coach Steve Farrell announced yes
terday that he will take seven men to
Wisconsin this week-end for the cross
country race with the Badgers. He
has chosen the men that made the best
time in the tryouts last Saturday. The
times of the sevendfirst men were as
follows: Isabell and Davis 21:57,
Bowen 22:22, Arndt 22:30, Rearick
22:38, Reinke 22:40, and Vande Visse
22:41. These times were over a
course of four miles and Steve says
that they are considerably better than
the times last year at this time.
The team will leave at 9:50 Friday
morning, arriving in Madison at 9:30
that night. The team will be able to
have a good rest and should be in the
best of condition for the meet Satur-
day morning.
This afternoon Steve is planning to
put the men who will make the trip
through a three and one-half mile run
in order that they can get the pace
of this distance. Tomorrow there will.
only be a light workout.

Coach Farrell has not been able to
get any line on Wisconsin's team, but
expects that there will be plenty of
competition.
There may be a meet with Purdue
Oct. 28, although the date is not as yet
confirmed. If this meet does not
take place Steve intends to run his
squad through a four mile run to de-
termine what men will compete
against M. A. C. the following week.
Postpones U. S. Visit
Berlin-Archbishop Nathan Sueder-
blom, Upsala, Sweden, highest author-
ity of Swedish Lutheranism, postpon-
ed a projected visit to the United

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meet this evening as planned, since
the place in which it was to meet is to
be occupied. The nct regular meet-
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at Harris ball. Announcement of this
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