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FAG EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY lUR

ISDAY, OCTOBER 4, 192-

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Parking Rule:
No cars may be parked anywhere on the campus without official park-
ing permit attached to each license plate. The Superintendent of Buildings
and Grounds will enforce this rule. By order of the Regents.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary.
To Students in the School of Education:
The first assembly of the year will be held in Room 203, Tappan Hall,
at 4:05 o'clock Thursday afternoon, October 4th. All students in the
School of Education are expected to be present. After the assembly an in-
spection visit to the new University High School will be made.
C. 0. DAVIS, Chairman, Committee on Student Welfare
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN BAND:
Uniforms will be issued to all men at the Band office in Lane Hall on
Friday afternoon from 1:30#to 5 P. M.
William Graulich, Jr., Assistant Manager.
Health Leetures for Women:
All new, women students who expect to receive credit for health
Lectures taken elsewhere will file) credentials from the other schools in the
office in Barbour Gymnasium before October 15th.
Margaret Bell M. D.
History I:
Until further notice the lecture section (Monday and Friday at 8)
will meet in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall. No more registrations can be ac-
cepted. W. A. Frayer.
Political Science 101, Journal Club:
There will be a meeting of the Journalt Club Thursday, October 4, at 3 p.
m., Room 406 Library. All graduate students in Political Science will at-
tend tho Journal Club meetings. J. S. Reeves.
Wsychology 26,.(Sensation, Image, and Perception):
Will meet Thursday, October 11, at 10 A. M., in room P364 NS as an-
nounced. F. L. Dimmick.
Political Science 9:
This course will meet Tuesday and Thursday at 10 in Room 407, Gen-
eral Library instead of Room 102, Economics Bldg. R. T. Crane.
Economics 9:
The Tu, Th, at 10 section will meet in Room 102, Economics Bldg., in-
stead of Room 123, Univ. H. S. Bldg. R. G. Rodkey.
To Advanced Engineering Students:
A course in Hydro Electric Power Plant model building will be offered
this semester. Students will work from designing engineers drawings of
actual plant. Credit proportional to time spent. Call at room 102 Engin-
eering Building for particulars. F. N. Menefee.
Alpha Nu:
There will be a debate this evening at 7:30 in our rooms on the fourth
floor of University Hall. Visitors will also be given a chance to speak.
Elmer Salzman, President.
La Sociedad Hispaulica:
There will be an important business meeting of the Sociedad His-
panicaThursday,, October 4, at 7:30 in Room 203 Tappan Hall. All mem-
bers are requested to be present. M. A. Peterson.
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WHAT'S GGING ON
THURSDAY
12:00-Dental faculty luncheon at Un.
ion.
12:10-English department luncheon
at Union.
3:00.4:00-7:00-Health lecture, No. 4.
4:00-7:00-Choral Union tryouts in
room 107, School of Music.
7:00-Freshman Forum discussion
group, Lane hall.
7:15-Liberal Club meets in room 306,
Union.
7:30-Christian Science Society meets
in Lane hall auditorium.
7:30-University post of the American
Legion meets.
FRIDAY
12:00-Law faculty luncheon at Un-
ion.
3:00.4:00.7:00-Freshman health lec.
ture.
4:00-Players' club tryouts in room
205, Mason hall.
U-NOTICES
Manuscripts for Whimsies now ac-
cepted. Address Whimsies, Press
building.
Rev. Jump Prepares College Sermons
Rev. Herbert A. Jump is preaching
a series of four sermons to college
students in the Congregational church
at 10:45 o'clock on Sunday mornings.
The third of the series will be given
next Sunday, when he will discuss
"The Biblical College Town that Miss-
ed the Main Thing."

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Capt. R. G. W. Bewicke-Copley.
Capt. R. G. W. Bewicke-Copley, son
of the late Lady Bewicke-Copley, has,
after a long struggle, proved his title
to the extinct barony of Cromwell, un-
claimed since the death of the last of
two nieces of the last incumbent, who
died in 1497. The previous male heir,
was lord high treasurer of England
up to his death in 1455.
JONES MUST REBUILD TEAM
TO MAKE REAL CONTENDER
(Continued from Page Six)
the boy who made the touchdown
against Yale is bothered with his old
injury. Fry is a good field general
and a clever passer and has been al-
lowed to run the varsity on several
occasions. Dauber is another back-
field possibility, probably at half.
Must Develop Kicker
With Paul Minick gone Coach Jones
must also develop a new kicker. Fry,
Fisher and Miller have all been prac-
ticing the booting end of the game,
but Fry is considered the most likely
man forgdoingkthis work.
With opinions varying from "an-
other championship eleven" to the
chopping block of the conference it is
a bit hard to forecast just what are
Iowa's possibilities. The greatest
drawback of this year's eleven is that
it is inexperienced. It's greatest as-
set is probably its weight. The line
now being used most frequently, aver-
ages 204 pounds to the man and the
backfield tips the beam at about 175
pounds each.
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Orpheum-Douglas Fairbanks in
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Whitney - "Mixed Marriages,"
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An opportunity to hear the leading Public Men and Platform Artists of the
day

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Oct. 29-Mrs. Carrie C h a p m a n
Catt
Nov. 9-Miss Gay MacLaren
Nov. 27-Stuart Walker's Portman-
teau Players-Matinee
and evening.

Dec. 11-Hon. William Allen White
Jan. 7--Judge Ben Lindsey
Jan. 12-Leon Bakst
Jan. 16-Arthur Weigall
Mar. 5-Stephen Leacock

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