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E EIGH'T

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, SEP

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DAILYOFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
$:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)
Volume 4 SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1923 Number 7

To the Deans:
There will be a conference of the Deans on Wednesday, October 3, at 10.
a. m., in the President's office. X. L. Burton.
University Senate:
The four statedl meetings of the University Senate during the year will
occur on November 19, January 14, March 17, and May 19.
Johun W. Braisiaw, Secretary.
Senate Council:
The first meeting of the Senate Council for the year will be held on
Monday, October 8, at 4:15 p. m. in the President's office. . -
Frank E. Robbins, secretary.
Law School Lectures on Jurisprudence, by Sir Paul Vinogradoff:
Sir Paul Vinogradoff, F. B. A., Corpus Professor of Jurisprudence in the
University of Oxford, will begin a course of lectures on Jurisprudence on
Monday, October 1, at 4 P. M., in Room G in the Law Building. This lec-
ture will be :open to the university public.
The series will be continued on Wednesday, October 3, at 4 P. M., in
Room G in the Law Building. It will be necessary to limit attendance,
upon all but the first lecture, to those students of law and political science
who hkve elected the course. After the first lecture all lectures will be in
Room G, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at the hour above stated.
Students are strongly urged to read Vinogradoff's Introduction to Historic
cal Jurisprudence. Copies will be on sale at the book stores early next
week. Henry M. Bates, Dean.
Faculty, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
Schedule blanks have been placed in the messenger boxes. Will in-
structors please fill them out and return them to my office as soon as pos-
sible? W. It. luniphreys, Assistant Dean.
Medical Faculty:
The next regular Medical Faculty Meeting will be held Monday, October
1st, at 8:00 P. M. in the Faculty Room, Medical Building.
Carl W. Eberbach, Asst. to the Dean.
Rhetoric:
Instructors of Freshman Rhetoric will meet Monday, October 1st., in
Room 106, University High School Building, at four o'clock.
T. E. Rankin .

in 205SW, beginning Monday, instead of 173NS, as originally announced.
A. G. Canfield.
French 13a, MF. at 9:00, Mr. Dow:
Mr. Dow's section of French 13a, MF at 9:00, will meet, beginning Mon-
day, in Room 421NS, instead of 231Nf or 207NS as was previously an-
nounced. A. G. Canfield.
Men's Educational Club:
The first meeting of the Men's Educational Club will be held Monday eve-
ning, October 1st, at 7:30 P. M., in room 302, Michigan Union. All men tak-
ing courses in Education are invited to attend this meeting.
J. B. Edmonson.
Kindling Wood:
Kindling wood may be had for the hauling at the new Administration
4building, University Hospital, while it lasts. Inquire of man in charge of
the job. Buildings and Grounds Dept.
Campus Guides:
Junior and senior men who wish to apply for positions as campus
guides for the coming year should see Mr. Angell in the office of the Dean
of Students some time Monday morning. These men will make out a sched-
ule of hours during which they are likely to be available for duty. The
pay is 40 cents an hour while engaged in guiding. J. A. Bursley.
University Symphony Orchestra:
Tryouts for the University Symphony Orchestra will be held at the
University School of Music, Maynard Street, Tuesday and Wednesday eve-
nings of this week, between 7 and 8. Candidates should bring some music
with which they are familiar. Freshmen are eligible, as are also women.
Among violinists, only experienced players should apply.
Samuel P. Lockwood.
Sophomore Engineers:
. Assembly Monday October 1st, at 11 o'clock in Room 348. Nomination
of class officers. A. 0. Lee, Class Mentor...
Varsity Glee Club Tryouts:
Tryouts for membership in the Varsity Glee Club will be held in Room
308 at the Michigan Union Monday and Tuesday evening from 7:00 td 9:00
o'clock. All former members as well as new men must enter the tryouts.
George Oscar Bowen, Director.

6:00-CIvil engineering staff dinner,:
Union.
7:00-Glee club tryouts, reading room,
Union.
7:1-Sigma Delta Ciii meets in room
302, Union.
8:00 - Fir'st meeting of Michigan
Dames, Newberry hall.1
8:00-Open house for all Catholic stu-
dents, K. C. home, Division and Hur-
on streets.
U-NOTICES
3ianuscripts for Whimsies noov ac-
cepted. Address Whimsies, Press
building.
CROSS COUNTRY MEN GO
THROUGH STIFF WORKOUT
(Continued from Page Seven)
promising sophomore on the squad is
greatest long distance man Michigan
has ever known, is one of the best bets
in the Conference.
Captain Arndt ran a number of
First Semester
MONDAY, OCTOBER FIRST
Shorthand, Typewriting,
Secretarial Training
HAMILTON BUSINESS
COLLEGE
State and Williams Streets

strong races last season and seems
to now be in the best condition of his
career. Rearick, Schenefield and Bo-
wen, all veterans of last year's team
are in the pink of condition and
should round the aggregation into one
capable of making a strong attempt
for the Conference championship.
Hicks, a sophomore, also shows prom-
ise of developing into a strong run-
ner.

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Knox Mitchell, who has been serving
during the past year as student pas-
tor tn the Congregational church.
Brindisi, Sept. 29.- Several ships
have arrived with troops returning,
from Corfu.

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Mitchell to Fill Presbyterian Pulpit
A change in the pulpit for today was
necessitated when the Rev. Leonard
G. Bart, pastor of the First Presby-
terian Church was Balled out of town
yesterday by the illness of his wife's
father. The services at 10:30 o'clock
will be conducted by the Rev. E.

SENIORS !

Goodenss knows you need a Corona
in college, but it's in business the
man with a Corona really shines.
Get your Corona now and learn to
use it before you start hunting that
job. $50 buys a new one, $30 a per-
fectly good one. Other makes of type-
writers taken in part payment.
0.- D. MORRILL,
17 NICKELS ARCADE
! The Typewriter and Stationery Store
Dealer:

"T H E F P.
SHAVED -
MAN"
Is Everywhere
And his smiles also when
he shaves with a keen-
edged blade.
The man who does not
get 50 or more shaves

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Philosophy 20:
This course

(The Idealist World-View) will meet on Tuesdays and

Thursdays at 2, Room 106 Mason Hall.
as graduates.

It is open to under-graduates as well
B. Blanshard.

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Association of University Professors:
A special meeting of the University of Michigan chapter of the Amer-
ican Association of University Professors will be held Monday evening,
-October 1, in room 304, Michigan Union. A full attendance is necessary.
Charles B. Vibbert, Secretary.
University Women:
Signing out slips to be used in every University House during the
month of October are ready for distribution at the Dean's office. Each
House President is requested to obtain her share by October 1st.
Jean Hamilton, Dean of Women.
Freshmen and Entering Upperclass Women:
A.ll girls who failed to attend the first lecutre of the series on Campus
Organizations, attendance at which is compulsory, are requested to report
to me after the lectures next week. The work of the first lecture must be
made up.
Girls may report at any one of the three following hours:
Tuesday, Octorber 2nd, 4:00 P. M.
Tuesday, October 2nd, 7:00 P. M.
Thursday, October 4th, 4:00 P. M.
The lectures take place in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall in Barbour
Gymnasium. Jean Hamilton, Dean of Women.
Economics 14:
This course will meet in Newberry Hall Auditorium Monday at 2.
Edmund E. Day..
Graduate Students in Political Science:.
Graduate students in Political Science desiring to elect Professor Vino-
gradoff's course of lectures in Jurisprudence with one hour credit will
consult with me in Room 108 Economics Monday, October 1, from 10-12.
J. S. Reeves.
Drawing 38, Figure Sketch Class; College of Architecture:
Changed from M. & F., 4:00 to 5:00, to M. & F., 3X00 to 4:00. This
course is for all those interested in illustration and decorative design.
Room 448, Engineering Building. A. G. Pelikan.
Dental Students, ShopPractice:
Dental students need not report for shop practice this coming week.
Engineering students, taking forge shop shall report this coming week
as scheduled, in Room 3046 of the East Engineering Building.
0. W. Boston.
History I:
On-Monday, October 1, the lecture section will meet in the Auditorium
of the Natural Science Building as usual. W. A. Frayer.
"C" Section, French 8 at 0:00, Mr. Muyskens:
The "C" section in French 3 at 9:00 under Mr. Muyskens will meet in
Room 123UHS, beginning Monday, instead of 109TH as was originally an-
nounced. A. G. Canfield.
French 7, Monday & Friday, at 11:00, Mr. Bement:
Mr. Bement's section of Prench 7 at 11:00 Monday and Friday will nieet

WHAT'S GOII'G ON
SUNDAY
10:45-Rev. I. A. Jump speaks on
"The Biblical University That Over-
did Athletics," Congregational
church.
12:00-Professor Sanders speaks on
"Observation After a Year in Eu-
rope," Congregational forum.
5:45-Students' social hour and fire-
side chat, Unitarian church parlors,.
6:30-Coach Yost speaks on "How to
Get the Most Out of College," Con-
gregational church.
Daily classified for real results.-

MONDAY
12:00-Journal club luncheon, Union.
3:00.4:00-7:0-Freshman health lec-
ture No. 2.
3:30-Glee club tryouts, reading room,
Union,
6:00-Surgical staff dinner, Union.
6:00-Exchange club dinnner, Union.
7:00-Phi Lambda Upsilon meets in
room 302, Chemistry building.
7:30-Men's Educational club meets
in room 302, Union.
7:30-Glee club tryouts, reading room,
Union.
8:00-American Association of Univer.
sity. Professors meets in room 304,
Union.
TUESDAY
12:00-Medical staff luncheon, Union.
3:00-4:00-7:00-Freshman health lec-
ture, No. 3.

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