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OFFICIAL 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 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1922 Number 22
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. in., 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
report 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 Applications:
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 Presidents 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 officers as called for in the Offi-
cial Bulletin of Oct. 1l.
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 Dlean of Students,
Room 2, University Hall, o7 or before Oct. 30.
J. A. BURSLEy
Dean of Students.
School of Education Assembly:
The first assembly of students in the School of Education will be held in
Room 203 Tappan Hall, Thursday, Oct. 19, at 4 o'clock. All students en-
rolled in the School of Education are expected to attend.
A. S. WHITNEY.
American Chemical Society, U of 1M. Section:
A regular meeting of the local Section will be held today, October
19 at 4:15 p. m., in room 303 of the Chemistry building.
Professor E. D. Campbell will speak on "A Carbide Theory of Permanent
Magnetism".
All irfterested are invited to attend.
C. C. MELOCHE, Secretary.
Teachers of Students in Engineering and Architecture:
You are requested to file in the office of the Secretary of these colleges
an official class lis~t of each of your classes on Monday, Oct. 23. Blanks
will be mailed you and may be obtained in the office.
LOUIS A. HOPKINS, Secretary.
To University Women:.....
The following arrangements for special accommodations for University
women expecting to attend the 0. S. U. game have been announced. All
of these trains are over the Ann Arbor and Pennsylvania Railroad:
The first three coaches of the night train to Columbus, leaving Ann Ar-
bor Friday at 11 p. in., Central time, will be exclusively for University
women.
The third section of the morning train for Columbus, leaving Ann Ar-
bor at 6 a. m., Central time, will be reserved entirely for University women.
Th first section of the evening train, leaving Columbus at 6:30 p. m.,,
Central .time, will be excluively for University women.
JEAN HAMILTON, Dean of Women.'
University:Libraay Sunday Service:
.Thfe Main :Reading Room and the Periodical Room only are open on
Sunday from 2 to 9 p. m. nooks desired for Sunday use, which are ordi-
narily shelved in other parts of the building, will be reserved in the Main
Reading Room Saturday evening for pse .on Sunday upon a personal re-
just presented at the desk where such books are usually drawn.
AWM. W. BISHOP, Librarian.
Political Science 13
1 Journal-,Club in Political Science, next meeting Saturday, Oct. 21, at 9
a. m. in room 110 Library, speaker the Honorable Philip. Kerr. This meet-
ing is substituted for the regular meeting of the Journal Club scheduled for
Thursday afternoon at 3 oclock. This meeting is arranged jointly with the
pepar.tment of History, of which the teaching staffs and graduate students
are expected to be present. J. S. REEVES.
History, Teaching Staff andGraduate Students:
A joint meeting of the Departments of History and Political Science has
been arranged for Saturday morning, Oct. 21, at 9 o'clock in Room 110 Li-

brary, at which the speaker will be the Honorable Philip Kerr. The teach-
Ing staff and graduate students are expected to be present.
C. H. VANTYNE.
Women's 1Debates :
Try-outs for th Ohio-Michigan debate will be held this afternoon at 4
o'clock in the Auditorium of University Hall. Each speaker will have two
speeches, a constructive speech of six minutes and a rebuttal speech of
four minutes. All candidates will appear at 4 o'clock and stay through the
whole series. RAY K. IMMEL,
Intercollegiate Contest Director.
Public peakhig 6:
The class in Story-telling will not meet this afternoon. Members will
be prepared to take part in a class program next Tuesday. Continue the
library reading. RAY K. IMMEL.
Players Club:
All membersof the Players Club interested in writing plays may meet
me in Room 202, West Hall at 4 o'clock Tlkursday Oct. 19.
R. W. COWDEN.
Aeronautical Engineering, Advanced Courses:
Students intending to do some advanced work in Aero 12, 13 and 14
will have to arrange their work definitely with me within ihe present
week. No further application for advanced work will be accepted after
Saturday, Oct. 21. F. W. PAWLOWSKI.
Aero Blue Books and Reports:
There is a considerable number of blue books and reports in my office
left over from the preceding semester. The owners are requested to call for
them before Nov. 1, after thatdate they will be destroyed.
F. W. PAWLOWSKI.
Mischa Elman Concert:
A Limited number of stage seats for this Concert will be placed on sale
at the University School of Music Friday morning at 9 o'clock. Holders of
stage tickets must enter at door number 1 or 5 on the Main Floor and
pass up side aisle to stage. Tickets will not be good after 8 o'clock.
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.
Extra Concert Series:
All tickets not taken by mail orders for this series will be placed on
public sale at the School of Music, Saturday morning at 9 o'clock.
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.

Band Rebearsal Postponed
The R. 0. T. C. band rehearsal,
which was scheduled for 7 o'clock
this evening, will be postponed until
next week Thursday, Oct. 26,.-due to
conflict with the pep meeting tonight.
Corduroy Coats $6.50 up. Wild and
Co.-Adv.

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we have them also - the
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which we are showing such
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All fra ternities and sororities
that have not forwarded their
checks to the Tag day committee
are requested to do so not lat-
ter than today noon. Address to
D. W. Steketee, 1437 Washen-
aw avenue.

FALL SPRTS -
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foot ball, basket ball,
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If It's Spalding's
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Send for Catalogue
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Co.-Adv.
Wear your tags today.
REAL PEN SERVICE
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
PEN SPECIA LISTS
308 So. State St.

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the greatest interest for Woman or Miss who pre-
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where they come from -they are yours at the
little price of $1.00 a yard.
You will find Dress Silks, Blouse and Skirting
Silks, Pongee Drapery and Fancy Lining Silk, all
36 inches wide, at $1.00 a yard. Silk Sales of this
character are rarely presented, and we say BUY
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FOR DOLLAR DAYS 500 PAIRS
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