THE MICHIGAN DAILY
the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
Copy received until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)
WEDNESDEY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1922 Number 3
o All Membes of the University:
The attention of all members of the University is called to the fact
iat the Daily Official Bulletin is the official means of communication with
te staff and the student body, and that publication of official notices here-
* is constructive notice to all members of the University. It is therefore.
ie duty of all officers, members of the faculties and staff, and students
>read each issue of the Daily Official Bulletin with care.
M. L. BURTON.
o Members of the Faculty:
All members of the faculty who wish the Daily delivered to them will
indly fill out application blanks in the office of the Secretary of the Uni-
rslty. SHIRLEY W. SMITH, Secretary.
o the Deaut
There will be no conference of the Deans today. M. L. BURTON.
Admiral C. P. Plunkett, U. S. N., will speak at 4:15 p. m. Wednesday,
eptember 27. in Natural Science Auditorium, on "The Design. Manufacture,
ransportation To and Operation in France of the 14-inch Naval Railway
atteries." The lectre will be illustrated by two reels of moving pictures.
tie Dublic is invited. F. E. ROBBINS.
o Freshman Women:
There will be an important meeting for Freshmen Women on Wednes-
ty, Sept. 27, at 4 p. in., in Sarabn Cawell Angell hal at Barbour gym-
All Freshman Women are required to attend.
JEAN HAMILTON, Dean of Women.
[ysieal Education for Women:
All sophomore and freshman students who are specializing in Physical
lucation' and who have not already had their schedules arranged, are
quested to meet me in my office in Barbour Gymnasium at 5 o'clock today,
ednesday, Sept. 27th. MARION O. WOOD.
!eshlman Assembly, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
The first assembly of the year will be held in Room 348. Engineering
iilding, at 11 o'clock. Wednesday. September 27. Dean Cooley will intro-
ce Admiral C. P. Plunkett, U. S. N., who will speak on "Getting a Toe-
ild." A. O LEE.
Admiral C.'P. Plunkett will sneak to the engineering students, under
e auspices of the Engineering Society, at a smoker in the Michigan Union,
iursday evening at 7:30. He will give his personal -experiences. All en-
neers are expected to attend.
Illege otf Pharmacy Students:
There will be., a general assembly of all students of the College of
armacy, Thursday evening at 7:30 in Room 303, Chemistry Bldg. The
let speaker of the evening will be Dr. A. B. Stevens, former Dean of the
Ilege. C. C. GLOVER, Secretary.
aAll University Women:
There will be an opening Special Meeting of the Women's League on
ednesday evening, Sept. 27, 730 p. m. at Barbour Gymnasium.
All women of the University are cordially invited to attend
FRANCES AMES, President.
eshmen Health Lectures:
The six health lectures, which are required of freshmen students and
which a good many upperclasmen are still delinquent, will be repeated
the Natural Science Auditorium, at 3, 4 and 7 p. m. as indicated by the
Lecture No. 1-September 26, 29
Lecture No. 2-September 28, October 2
r, J w . * Lecture No. 3-October 3, 6
Lecture No. 4-October 5, 9
Lecture No. 5-October 10, 13
Lecture No. 6-October 12, 16
Exceptions: There are no evening lectures on Fridays.
WARREN E. FORSYTHE, M.D., Director.
All Students' -- w-r~w-
The Health Service has been moved to the building just south of the
mer Homeopathic Hospital. In its new location, there will be facilities
r adding bed care in the Health Service Infirmary. The dispensary will
open as formerly, daily from 8-12 a. in. and 1-5 p. m. except Sunday;
Saturday 5-12 a. in. Students wishing a Health Service physician out of
ese hours should call the Health Service Infirmary (University 168).
WARREN E. FORSYTHE, M.D., Director.
The required medical examination to be given by the Health Service
effective for all upperclassmen in the University. Such students are
ged to secure that attention at any time without waiting for definite ap-
intments. WARREN E. FOfSYTHE, M.D., Director.
To All Students:
In order that there may be a complete and correct directory of students
on file in one central place in the University, students who were uncertain
of their Ann Arbor addresses at the time of registration, or who have moved
since thei, are requested to call at the office of the Dean of Students,
Room 2, University Hall, to fill out a Change of Address card.
J. A. BURSLEY, Dean of Students.
All late registrants in this course must report for assignment to sec-
tions to Room 206 Tappan Hall, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday
of this week, between 4 and 5 p. m. O. J. CAMPBELL.
Seminary in Milton. Meeting for purpose of arranging class hours,
206 Tappan Hall at 4:05 p. m. today. J. H. HANFORD.
English 21 and 23:
Students who wish to take Middle English or the Seminary in the
English Language will meet me at 4 in 208 Tappan Hall on Wednesday,
Sept. 27, or at 10 in 303 Library on Thursday, Sept. 28.
To Students Electing Course 3 in Chemistry.
There dis a mistake on page 80 of the Announcement of the College
of Literature, Science and the Arts. Section II of Course 3 will meet M,
W, F, at 9 in Room 410. The laboratory work for this section will be on
M. F. 1-5. R. .T. CARNEY.
Assignment of Desks in General Chemistry:
Each student must obtain two $5 Chemical Laboratory Coupons at the
office of the University Treasurer, and then report at the first laboratory
period assigned for his section this week in the room designated below:
Chem. I...................Room 430
Chem. 1b.................Room 400
Chem. 2b...............Room 480
Chem. 2E..............Room 400
S. L. BIGELOW.
Courses 15-20 in Semitics were inadvertently omitted from the An-
nouncement of the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts. Students
interested in the History of Religions (15), History and Prophecy (17), The
Bible as Literature (18) or The History of Semitic Law (20), should consult
the Supplement to the Literary Announcement, to be found in the Regis-
trar's office, or see the head of the Departmett.
A group of pre-law students have applied for the course in the History
of Semitic Law (Semitics 20). The number of applications however is
not at present sufficient to warrant offering the course. If others are inter-
ested, they should notify the undersigned. L. WATERMAN.
Economics 31. Marketing:
Students enrolled in this course will meet Thursday at 3 in Room B,
Law Building, this week only for assignment to sections. C. E. GRIFFIN.
AMICABLY AIT MUSKEGON
SPLITS IN PARTY FRONT TO BE
HEALED FOR BIG STATE
Muskegon, Mich., Sept. 26.-Michi-
gan republicans were assembling in
Muskegon tonight for the prelimi-
naries to their biennial convention,
to be held here tomorrow.
There was a general feeling of opti-
mism among the delegates that to-
morrow's gathering would be one of
peace and harmony. A disposition to
forget the differences that split re-
publicanism during the recent pri-
mary prevailed, and indiations were
that if anything is done toward
smoothing out the wrinkles that ap-
peared in the party mantle during the
nominating campaign, it would be
done in hotel room and lobby confer-
If party leaders have their way,
there will be nothing in the discus-
sions on the convention floor to indi-
cate that the primary wasanything
but a purely family-and friendly-
Tonight sub-committees were to
busy themselves with the preparation
of tentative drafts of the platform
that will be submitted for approval of
the convention delegates.
'Skyline Inn" Is
Haines' New Book
"Skyline Inn" is the name ot.a new
novel which Donal Hamilton Haines
of the journalism department has
written and will have published next
spring by Houghton, Mifflin, and Com-
"This is not a problem noirel," says
Mr. Haines. "It is merely a modern
up-to-date yarn." Mr. Haines has
chosen the foothills ofrthe Sierras as
the setting of the story. It deals with
the adventures of tourists residing at
"Skyline Inn." Theophile Gelas, the
innkeeper, will be remembered by
Outlook readers as one of the char-
acters Mr. Haines created in two
series of short stories that appeared
in that magazine during 1918-1920.
Mr. Haines has been engaged in
free lance writing' since his gradu-
ation from the University in 1909. He
is the author of another novel, "The
Return of Pierre," which was pub-
lished in 1912, and several books for
boys which appeared serially in The
American Boy. Mr. Haines will teach
a course in magazine writing, an ad-
dition to the University's journalism
department this fall. It will be called
UNIVERSITY CLUB WILL BE
SPONSORS AT LADIES' TEA
The University club, the faculty rec-
reational club, located in the base-
ment of Alumni Memorial hall, is
now open to all members. No definite
social program has been announced
for the year as yet; but the first af-
fair will be a ladies' tea to be held
some afternoon within the next, few
?WHAT IS IT7
Uniersity of Michigan
SIR ROBERT BORDEN
MR. ISAAC F. MARCOSSON
SIR BASIL THOMPSON
"JUDGE WM. S. KENYON
MR. GLENN FRANK
MR. HUGH WALPOLE
HON. WM. ALLEN WHITE
DR. RAYMOND L. DITMARS
MR. PHIDELAH WHITE
MR. LORADO TAFT
Organization meeting of class will be held Wednesday, Sept. 27,
2 p. m. in Room 101, Economics Building. C. EDMONDS.
Students electing this course please see me in Room 3, Economics
Building, at 3 p. in., Wednesday, Sept. 27. C. EDMONDS.
The first meeting of this course will be Wednesday at 3 in the Natural
Science Auditorium. W. A. PATON.
The first meeting of Ec. 46 will be in Natural Science Auditorium 1
o'clock Wednesday. Quiz sections will be arranged at this time.
E. S. WOLAVER.
An additional class period in Shop 4 has been arranged on Thursdays
at 8:00 a. m. for those students who have conflicts with the present periods.
0. W. BOSTON, Asst. Prof. of Shop Practice.
Meet in Room 336 today at 4 o'clock to arrange class hours.
E. A. STALKER.
Rehearsal at 7 p. m. Wednesday, September 27, University Hall. Music
and racks. * WILFRED WILSON.
FOR SALE AT
GOODYEAR DRUG CO.
on is called to the ruling of the University requiring all student
ns to file with the Committee on Student Affairs a list of their
The president of each such organization should see that the list of
leers of his (or her) society for the college year 1922-1923 is filed with
e Dean of Students, Room 2, University Hall, on or before Tuesday,
This ruling applies to fraternities, sororities, other house clubs, dra-
,tic societies, debating societies, athletic organizations, political clubs, in
ct all student organizations of any nature whatsoever.
J. A. BURSLEY, Dean of Students.
All students who propose to elect Course 20 in philosophy (The Ideal-
Ic World View) are asked to meet today (Wednesday) at 4 o'clock in
om 106 Mdason Hall to decide upon a regular hour of meeting.
Principles QofGeneral Linguistics will meet on Tuesday and Thursday
h Z~n -fA7 cmii C. L. MEADER.
Lithographs on Display
A number of excellent crayon anc
pencil lithographs are on exhibition
in the glass case of the architectural
corridor. The drawings, a number of
them by the well-known artist, Earl
B. Porter, are in fine detail, and por-
tray a number of architectural mas-
terpieces. There will be a series of
such exhibitions this year.
WED. - THURS.
"IT CAN BE DONE"
"A TRIP THRU FILMLAND,
320 South Main Street
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often, but when it did happen the
casualties were terrific.
Idalene's feet entitled her to a com-
mission from the local chiropodist.
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