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DAILY OFFICI AL BU1L ET IN
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 TIIU LSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2S,1922 Number 4

To All Members of the University:
The attention of all members of the University is called to the fact
that the Daily Official Bulletin is the official means of communication with
the staff and the student body, and that publication of official notices here-
in is constructive notice to all members of the University. It is therefore
the duty of all officers, members of the faculties and staff, and students
to read each issue of the Daily Official Bulletin with care.
M. L. BURTON.
To All Members of the Faculty:
All members of the faculty are entitled to receive The Michigan Daily
In order that they may be constantly in touch with the Daily Official Bul-
letin.
Applications should be filed at the office of the Secretary of the Uni~-
versity. New members of the Faculty are especially urged to file their
applications promptly. SHIRLEY W. SMITH, Secretary.
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts-Dean's Advisory Committee:
The first meeting of the Committee will be held Thursday, Sept. 28, at
4:05 p. m. in my office. JOHN R. EFFINGER.
Engineering Smoker:
Admiral C. P. Plunkett will sneak to the engineering students, under
the ausices of the Engineering Society, at a smoker in the Michigan Union,
Thursday evening at .7:30. He will give his personal experiences. Ail en-
gineers are expected to attend.
Spanish 3x and 51:
There will be a preliminary meeting of these two courses today at 4
o'clock in Room 205 S. W., for the purpose of determining the hours.
CHARLES P. WAGNER.
General Linguistics:
Principles of General Linguistics will meet on Tuesday and Thursday
at 2, Room 107, Mason Hall. C. L. MEADER'
EnglIlsh :
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. 0. J. CMPBELL.
Economics 9, Money and Banking:
The first meeting of the class, for the purpose of orgaxiizing quiz sec-
tions,' will be held Thursday, Sept. 28, at 4 p. in., Room B, Law building.
W. P. CALHOUN.
Economnics 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.
Economies 44:
The first meeting in this course will be Thursday at 4 o'clock, in Room
5, Economics building. W. A. PATON.
Sociology 19:
"dThe quiz sections meet this morning. Consult bulletin board in Eco-
nomics building for section lists. R. I3. HOLMES.
Sociology 23b-Psychatric Social Work:
The first meeting of the class will be held in Room 104, Ec. building,
Saturday at 10. N. L. PERKINS.
Sociology 33-Americauization:
The first -meeting of the class will be held in Room 202, Ec. Bldg., Friday
at 2. H. L. LURIE.
Mehanical Engineering:
Mechanical Eng. 32 and 33. All sections of M. E. 32 meet Thursday, Sept.
u , 3 p. m. in Room 229 New Engineering building. Those electing M. E. 33
will meet Thursday, Sept. 28, 4 p. m. in room 226 New Engineering building.
W. E. LAY.
Educatonal and Mental Measurements-Course I:
Professor Whipple will meet his class in Introduction to Mental Test-
ing in the Auditorium (2nd floor) of Newberry Hall, at 1 o'clock, Thursday.
This class was formerly held in Room 8, Tappan Hall.
01o-Michigan Debate for Women:
Society preliminaries for this debate must b finished by Oct. 7. An in-
dependent try-out for those not members of a Piterary society will be held
in Room 302, Mason Hall, Saturday morning, Oct. 7, at 8 o'clock. Speeches
limited to six minutes. No rebuttal. All Michigan women who are eligible
are urged to come out for this debate. Subject: The St. Lawrence Deep
Water-way. R. K. IMMEL.
Central League Debates:
Society preliminaries for this debate must be finished by Nov. 4. An
independent try-out for those not members of a literary society will be
held in Roim 302, Mason Hall, Saturday morning, Nov. 4, t 8 o'elock.
Speeches limited to six minuteĀ§. No rebuttal. Subject: The British sys-
tem of unemployment insurance. RAY K. IMMEL,
Intercollegiate Contest Director.
College of Literature, Selence, and the Arts:
Unavoidable changes in elections must be made in the eRgistrar's office
Thursday, Sept. 28, and Friday, Sept. 29.
ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.

FRESH LOSSES IMP9I0
ILLNI RID CHANCE
INJITH ES ,A i I) INELII:'I BILITY
TAECO M A MT1ERL R .
(Special to The Daily)
Urbana, Ill., Sept. 27.-Hopes for a
championship eleven at Illinois this
year received another setback Monday
when Ed Lesch, Zuppke's best bet for
a tackle berth, broke a bone in his an-
kle during scrimmage. As a result of
the injury he will be out of the game
for at least three weeks.
Another blow to the team came in
the report that "Shorty" Drayer and,
Philip Pfleger, two men whom Zupp-
ke has been counting on, will be lost
through ineligibility. Capt. Da-Ve
Wilson, star end of the Illinois ag-
gregation, has been showing some
mighty fine football during recent
scrimmages and his speed is expect- I
cd to aid materially in aerial at-
tacks.
Among the offsets to the effects of
ineligibility and injuries is a promis-
ing crowd of men from 'last year's
freshman team who are making
strong bids for the varsity. Chief
among these is Agnew, who is at
present holding down a job at guard.I
Zuppke's greatest trouble seems to
be in choosing a line that will stay
intact. A large number of candi-
dates for the guard position has fail-
ed to contain anyone with whom Zupp-
ke is at all satisfied.
Prospects for a good backfield are
much brighter than for the, rest of
the team. In addition to a bevy of
candidates from last year's freshman
team, Woodward, Major, and Robison
are back on the job and are looking
dangerous. Among the new men Hill
bids fair to get a berth at half. From
the present outlook, Coach Zuppke
will have a hard time to turn out an I
eleven that will compare with those
of 1920 and 1921.

.E-ELECTED HEAD
OF EPISCOPALiANc

new 1foctball coach aid reinforced
hopes, places the Cardinal in the field
against the Olympic club of San Fran-
cisco. The Olympics, made up as they
are of former college stars, stand a
splendid chance of winning, although
the Cards are conceded an even
chance.

The
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settle matters with Pacific univer-
sity, and St. Mary's. the Notre Dame
of the coast, count. in an easy win
over the Mudhens of Nevada.
It will be a big day for far East
and far West, but this section of the
country must grumble in impatience
until Oct. 7, when practically every
team, with the exception of Illinois,
gets under way.

Coast Teams in Action
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Tennessee, who was recently re-
elected president of the national
council of the Protestant Episcopal
church of the United States.
tional School, lectured in Minnesota,
Rochester, N. Y., and Harvard Uni-
versity during the summer. The aim
at present is to condense the work as
much as possible until his return.
Women Students Are Given Tea
Women in the University holding
Barbour scholarships were given a tea
Monday afternoon at the home of
Prof. W. C. Rufus of the astronomy
department. Professor Rufus is sec-
retary of the Barbour scholarship
fund.
SATURDAY OPENS
FOOTBALL SEASON
(Continued from Page Seven)
the sons of Harvard on Oct. 21 as she
did in 1921.
Big Schools Start
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Dr. Walter Bo Villsbury, head of the

Department of Psychology, has gone urinceton meets ulonnsHopkins,
Cornell takes on St. Bonaventure,
to uroe fr ayea whre e wllthe Army tackles Lebanon, Dart-
give aseries of lectures in one of the mouth playsHanoverand W. and J.
foremost universities. Drs. Adams and faces Westminster in other opening
Griffis will take care of his work games on the eastern card, with the
here. .larger schools all heavy favorites.
Dr. Adams has returned from an In the Middle West but two big
automobile trip to Norfolk, Va. Dr. elevens don moleskins, Notre Dame
Dimmick was in the East for the playing Kalamazoo college in a game
summer. that the Catholics should win with
Dr. John F. Shepard, member of the ease, and U .of D. entertaining Wil-
psychology staff, has been occupied mington at 'Detroit.
during the summer with his work as Out on the Pacific coast every large
supervisor of plans. university sends its grid representa-
Dr. Guy M. Whipple of the Educa- tives into action. Stanford, with its

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NOVEMBER 25
JUDGE WYM. S. KEN YON
DECEMBER 5
MR. GLENN FRANK

JANURY 26
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MARCH 1
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MARCH 14
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