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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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 SUNi)AY, OCTOBER 1, 1922 Number 7
To All Student Organizations:
Attention is called to the ruling of the University requiring all student
organizations to file with the Committee on Student Affairs a list of their
lficers .
The president of each such organization should see that the list of
officers of his (or her) society for the college year 1922-1923 is filed with
the Dean of Students, Room 2, University Hall, on or before Tuesday,
Oct. 3.
This rule applies to fraternities, sororities, other house clubs, political
clubs, in fact all student organizations of any nature whatsoever.
J. A. BURSLEY,
: Dean of Students.
To All Students:
In order that there may be a complete and correct directory of stu-
dents on file in one central place In the University, students who were un-
certain of their Ann Arbor address at the time of registration, or who have
moved since then, are requested to call at the office of the Dean -of Stu-
dents, Room 2, University Hall, to fill out a Change of Address card.
J. A. BUSLEY,
Dean of Students.
Schol of Education Faculty:
There will be a general faculty meeting of the School of Education on
Thursday, October 5th, at 4:00 P. M. in the school of Education Office, Tap-
pan Hall. A. S. WHITNEY, Acting Dean.
Zoology 3 (Organic Evolution):
The seating list for the lecture will be posted in the case in the north
corridor, second floor, of the Natural Science building. -Members of the
class should ascertain their seat numbers and look up the location in lecture
room on Saturday or Monday, so as to avoid confusion at the hour of the lec-
ture. The seating list will be removed ten minutes before the lecture Tues-
day morning. A. FRANKLIN SHULL.
Geology 3-Physical Geology:
The class will meet on Monday for lecture in room 214 near East en-
trance'of Natural Science building.
WILLIAM H-I. HOBBS.
Engineering English IX:
All students conditioned the second semester of 1921-22 in Engineering
English 1, 1a, 2, 2a or 3 will meet Dr. Wenger at 5 p. in., Monday, October 2,
in Tappan School, Room 27, Second Floor, to arrange hours for English IX.
J. RALEIGH NELSON.
Public Speaking: Lecturo by Professor Trueblood:
All students of Public Speaking and others interested are urged to at-'
tend a-lecture on "Wendell Phillips, the Type of Modern Orator" to be given
by Professor T. C. Trueblood in the Auditorium of University Iall Tuesday
evening, Oc. 3, at 7:30 sharp. General announcements of interest to stu-
dents of Public Speaking will also be made. R. D. T. IIOLLSTER.
French 63:
I should like all persons interested in this course to give me their name.
and address as soon as possible.
M. CLAVEL, 928 Olivia Ave., Phone 377-J.
Junior Research Club:
The Junior Research Club will meet Tuesday night at eight o'clock in
the Forestiy Laboratory. Signed, G. G. BROWN, Secretary.
Uniersity Symphony Orchestra:
Tryouts for the University Symphony Orchestra willbe held Wednesday
and Thursday evenings of this week between 7 and 8 o'clock at the Uni-
versity School of Music. Candidates should bring their instruments and
some music with them with which they are familiar. Freshmen are eligible,
as are also women. SAMUEL P. LOCKWOOD.
Freshman Classification Committee, College . .iterature, Science
and the Arts:
The Freshman Classification Committee will be in session Monday,
October 2, 4:00-5:00 o'clock; Tuesday, October 3, 1:00-2:00.
P. E. BURSLEY
Political Science 1:
Lectures in Political Science 1 will be held in Hill Auditorium, instead
of room B. Law Building, beginning Tuesday, October 3. at 11 o'clock.
J. S. REEVES.
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