THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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DALY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. in. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)
Volume 4 TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1923 Number 2
All students of the University will assemble in Hill Auditorium at
7:30 p. m., Monday, September24, for the usual Opening Assembly. Doors
of the Auditorium will be open at 7:00. President M. L. Burton will speak
on the subject "Student Spine." While the attendance of Freshmen is es-
pecially desired, this is not an Assembly for Freshmen alone, but of all
classes in all Schools and Collegcs of the University.
To the Deans:
There will be a conference of the Deans at 10:00 a. m., Wednesday,
September 26, in the President's office.
M. L. BURTON.
Notice to holders of Keys to University Buildings:
In accordance with Regents' action, all present holders of keys to Uni-
versity buildings, who have made cash deposits .in securing such keys (ex-
cept holders of keys to the Chemical Laboratory and the buildings of the
Colleges of Engineering and Architecture), may receive refund of their
deposits on the surrender of their keys to the head of their department and
upon surrendering to the Treasurer of the University (a) the receipt for
the key returned, and (b) the original Treasurer's receipt for the key de-
The issue of all keys to the University buildings (except keys to the
Chemical Laboratory and buildings of the Colleges of Engineering and
Architecture) will hercafter be in the hands of heads of departments, or,
In the case of schools and colleges not subdivided into departments, in the
hands of the Dean of such school or college.
SHIRLEY W. SMITH, Secretary.
To All Meimbers, of the Teaching Staff:
Under the action of the Regents, the Daily Official Bulletin, as con-
tained in the Michigan Daily, will be provided all members of the teaching
staff. Those who are entitled to and desire the Daily are expected to make
application through the office of the, Secretary in order that this paper may
be delivered to the correct address
SHIRLEY W. SMITH, Secretary.
Regulations Governing Automobile Parking:
On and after October 1, parking anywhere on the University Campus
will be restricted to members of the University staff (Faculty, officials, em-
ployees). Such cars will be identified by metal tags issued from the See-
retary's office (in the case of Buildings and Grounds employees, from the
office of the Superintendent of, Buildings and Grounds). These tags will
be attached by the owner to the front and rear license plates. The posses-
sion of these metal tags does not guarantep parking space; the tag merely
authorizes parking when space is available. The rules prohibiting parking
in driveways or in places where signs indicate there shall be no parking,
axe still in effect.
Parking tags will not be issued to others than Faculty members, offi-
cials, or employees of the University except on authority of the Dean of
Students, and then only to cripples or those who have similar claims. for
'the exclusion of all cars except those used in the service of the Uni-
versity as above indicated, is necessary.
These regulations are made effective as of October 1 to give oppor-
tunity for securing parking tags.
By order of the Deans, approved by the Regents,
SHIRLEY W. SMITH, Secretary.
To Users of The Daily Offeial Bulletin:
The attention of users of the Daily Official Bulletin is again respect-
fully called to the following:
(1) Notices submitted for publication must be typewritten.
(2) All notices must be signed.
(3) ,Ordnarily notices are published but once. Repetition is at the
(4) Notices must be handed to the Editor before 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. in.
The above is not stated in any sense to restrict the use of the Bulletin.
On the contrary it is hoped that it may be used more and more for intra-
University publicity. F. E. ROBBINS.
Freshmen and Entering Upperlass Women:
The first lecture of the series on Campus Organizations and the rela-
tion of the student to the University will be given Tuesday, September 25th,
in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall, in Barbour Gymnasium.
All girls who were assigned to Group I by the Classification Commit-
tee are to report at 4:00 P. M. and present their classification card.
All girls assigned to Group II are to report at 7:00 P. M. and present
their classification card.
Girls who for some reason did not receive a classification card are to
report at one or the other of these lectures, whichever their program al-
Attendance is required of all women students in their first year of
residence, whether entering as Freshmen or on advanced standing.
JEAN HAMILTON, Dean of Women.
All louses with five or more residents are required to elect a Presi-
dent pro tempore this week. A temporary President is eligible for re-
election in November.
HELEN DELBRIDGE, President of Women's League.
Faculty, School of EducatIon:
There will be a general meeting in the office of the School of Educa-
tion, Room 105, Tappan hall, Wednesday, September 26, at 4:15.
A. S. WHITNEY.
All Pharmacy Students :
There will be an All-Pharmic assembly Thursday evening at 7:30 in
Room 303, Chemistry Bldg. Everybody out.
C. C. GLOVER, Secretary.
Freshmen Health Lectures:
The hfealth Lectures which are required of all Freshmen in the de-
partments of Literature, Engineering and Architecture, will be given in
the Natural Science auditorium, according to the following schedule:-
September 25-3 and 4 o'clock.
September 28-3 and 4 o'clock.
September27-3 and 4 o'clock.
1--3, 4 and 7 o'clock.
2-3, 4 and 7 o'clock.
5-3 and 4 o'clock.
4-3, 4 and 7 o'clock.
8-3, 4 and 7 o'clock.
9-3, 4 and 7 o'clock.
12-3 and 4 o'clock.
11-3, 4 and 7 o'clock.
15-3, 4 and 7 o'clock.
WARREN E. FORSYTHE, M. D., Director.
Further notice as to the time and place of Shop classes .will be given
in Sunday's Daily.
0. W. BOSTON.
Geo. R. Beck, Ellan Hall, Andrews 'D. Edwards.
Per P. B.
To the Members of the Oratorical Board:
There will be a very important meeting of the board. on Wednesday
at 4:30 in Room 302 Mason Hall. All members are requested to be pres-
ent. J. K. DUNN.
University of Michigan Band:
Tryouts for members of the University of Michigan Band will be held
Tuesday and Wednesday nights at 7 o'clock in University Hall. 'Men are
needed in all sections of the band. Tryouts will bring one piece of their
own music with them.
All old bandsmen are requested to report at this time.
WILFRED WILSON, Director."
Tryouts for Drum-Major of U. of M. Band:
Those interested in trying out for the position of Drum-Major of the
University of Michigan Band will report Tuesday evening at seven o'clock
in University Hall. A knowledge of the rudiments of drill is desirable. A
knowledge of music is not necessary, but a sense of rhythm is essential.
WILFRED WILSON, Director.
Tryouts for the.anagerial Staff of the U. of IN. Band:
Sophopmores who wish to try out for tle position of Assistant Student
Manager of the University of Michigan Band are requested to report in
University Hall at seven o'clock on Tuesday night.
CHARLETON B. PEIRCE, 24M,
Candidates for Recommendations to Teach Rhetoric and English Compo-.
Students who wish to secure from the department of Rhetoric recom-
mendations to teach the subject, or who expect to apply for Teachers' Cer-
tificates in Rhetoric, should consult the department committee on'recom-
endations Wednesday or Thursday, September 26 or 27, in Room 8, Uni-
versity Hall, at 5 p. m. T. E. RANKIN, Chairman.
This course will meet in the Auditorium of Newberry Hall, Wednesday
at 10. Z. C. DICKINSON.
This course will meet for organization Room B, Law, Wednesday, Sep-
tember 26 at 2 o'clock. Regular lectures will be held thereafter on Mon-
days at 2 P. M. as previously announced.
C. E. GRIFFIN.
Will not be given the first semester. This course has been shifted to sec-
The first meeting of the class In Railway Problems will be held in Room
B, Law Building, Wednesday at 9 A. M.
H. L. CAVERLY.
First meeting Wednesday, September 26, at 11 A. M., Room 101, Ec
Building. R. L. MASSON.
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. 1 Room 430
Chem. lb Room 400
Chem. 2b Room 480
Chem. 2E Room 400
S. L. BIGELOW.
French 57 and 57a:
French 57 and 57a will be given at hour to be arranged with the stu-
EUGENE E. ROVILLAIN.
French 47 and French 63:
I should like to see all persons interested in these courses in order to
arrange for dates and hqurs. Please meet Tuesday, September 25th, noon,
Room 102 S. W. M. CLAVEL.
The new section in French 13a scheduled to meet Monday and Friday at
9:00 will meet in Room 207NS instead of room previously announced.
A. G. CANFIELD.
English 39, Modern English Grammar:
Students expecting to elect this course should consult the instructor in
Tappan Hall, Room 208, Monday or Tuesday between 4 and 5 P. M. The
hours of recitation may be changed, if necessary, to avoid conflicts.
C. 0. FRIES.
New Section in Decorative Design:
An additional section in decorative design will be offered by the Col-
lege of Architecture on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 1:00 to 3:00, Room
447, Engineering Building, A. G. Pelikan, Instructor.
Notie to Senior Women in the College of Literatur, Science and the Arts in
the School of Education:
Your attention is called to the new course in retail selling education giv-
en by Helen Ramsdell Shambaugh, former State Supervisor of selling edu-
cation in Ohio.
For1 information consult Mrs. Shambaugh in Tappan Hall, Room 101 at
1:30 o'clock Tuesday or Wednesday of this week.
GEORGE E. MYERS.
Students taking courses for which the hour are not given in the Spe-
cial Announcement will meet at 4 P. M. on Tuesday (September 25th) in
Room No. 341 to arrange the hours with the respective instructors.
F. W. PAWLOWSKI.
The following persons left their Treasurer's receipt at the Michigan
Union. Will they please call for them.
Herschel Carney, Allan S. Morton Chancy F. Whitney, Edwin C. Speer,
Lynn D. Putnam, Chas. M. Buhl, Jr., Frederic P. Rich.
The following please call at'the Michigan Union for their Union cards:
Dental Students need not report for Shop Practice this week.
Engineering Students taking Foundry report as scheduled at the old
building. Engineering Students taking Forge Shop Practice need not report
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duced some excellent teams in all
branches of sport.
Secretary of the Navy Edwin Den-
by, while in this branch of the serv-
ice during the War, became attach-
ed to the Marine Corps and since his
appointment as Secretary of the Navy,
has done much to advance the leath-
ernecks. Secretary Denby is a for-
mer Mich gan football center having
played during the successful season
of 1895 and it was through his efforts
that Coach Yost scheduled the game
for Nov. 10.
The Marines began football prac-
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having the services of 'Big Bill' Rop-
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first two weeks. They are credited
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Wolverines one of the hardest games
of the season.
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