THE MICHIGAN DAILY
ion in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
ersity. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
n. (11:30 a. m. Saturday)
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1924 Number X
esidenst of the University and Mrs. Burton invite themembers of
a, F'culties, and staff to meet the newly appointed Professors
eveiiing, September 24, from eight to eleven o'clock, at their
Routh University Avenue.
endance of all students of the University is requested at the
ning Assembly in Hill Auditorium at 7:30 p. m. Monday, Septem-
?ors will be open at 7:00. President M. L. Burton will speak
pct "The Fighter." This assembly is held under the joint auspices
ersity and the Student Council. While the attendance of fresh-
ejially desired, this is not an essembly for freshmen alone, but
es in all Schools and, Colleges of the University.
F. E. Robbins.
thers of the Faculty.:
nbers of the faculty are entitled to receive The Michigan Daily
hat they may be constantly in touch with The Daily Official
.tions should be filed at the office of the Secretary of the Uni-
w members of the faculty are specially urged to file their appli-
,mptly. Shirley W. Smith, Secretary.
f the Daily Official Bulletin:
ndtion governing the insertion of notices in the Bulletin are
notices must be signed.
notices must be typewritten.
*"same notice will ordinarily be published only once, but at the
eretion a notice may be repeated if in his judgment such repti-
Bulletin Is'reserved for official notices, that is notices emanat-
ny school, college, division, or department of the University, or
rganization that operates in connection with or under the sanc-
of the above. The Editor at his discretion may admit notices
t strictly be thus described, but are of wide interest to the Uni-
iiunity generally. All notices should be either signed or en-
a University official, as a guarantee of their official character.
ices are received up to 3:30 p. m., except Saturdays, when the
ses At1.:30 a. m. F. E. Robbins.
rking of automobiles upon the campus is of necessity restricted
of the Faculty, University officials, and employees. Only such
ry parking tags attached to the license plates will be allowed
)U the campus-
ay be secured at the Office of the Secretary of the University.
tf e Regents. Shirley W. Snuth, Secretary.
Members of the Faculty:
eedingly Important that new members of the faculty file address
;the Pst Office, in order that prompt 'delivery of mail may be
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary.
s cards should be filed with the Post Office at once. The Uni-
no means tot delivering student mail.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary.
mental check list blanks have been sent to all Deans and heads
ents, and through them directory cards distributed to every Uni-
wintee, administrative and instructional, old and new. It is im-
at these lists and cards be handed in at once.
' ~Arthitr G. lall, Registrar.
:h an error, the Graduate School announcement states that Col-
stry (Chemistry 125) will be omitted in 1924-25. Colloid Chem-
nstry 12) will be given during the first semiester. This course
qulslte to Advanced Colloid Chemistry (Chemistry 126) which
be given the second semester. Chemistry 127 (Colloid Chemistry
) will be omitted in 1924-25. F. E. Bartell.
dents whto elect French 157 please consult with the instructor-
urday, Monday, from 2:30 to 4:30, in Room 202, S. sW.
. li. Iootins.
sity ealth Service:
dents who have paid the regular fees have the privilege of ntiliz-
;ities offered by the University Health Service, an organization
ider University Administration for the purpose of creating and
Snornal student health.
eilltfes offered include:
eSARY (First floor, Hours 8-12 A. M., daily except Sunday. 1-5
pt Saturday and Sunday.
isultation, advice and treatment of illngss.
operation with specialists at the University Hospital, to whom
es are referred,
riplete physical examination at any time, to determine general
ationon nose and tonsils (performed by member of staff of
Hospital), for which no charge is made.
or operations for emergency cases only, (performed at the Uni-
spital), for which no charge is made.
Ray service, providing means for diagnosis of dental conditions,
lung disease, etc.
e refractions, with minimum charge for lenses and frames.
Pharmacy, where prescriptions are filled for students without
The Health Service maintains a corps of nurses; physicians and neces-
sary equipment to provide bed care for 25 patients. Additional cases are
transferred to the University Hospital. No charge is made for this service.
Any student wishing a Health Service Doctor to make a call at his
or her room, may leave request for same with the clerk at the DISPEN-
SARY, (Tel. University 186-M), during day hours, and with the nurse at
the INFIRMARY (Tel. University 186-M), during other hours. A schedule
is maintained for having a doctor on room call duty at all hours. A min-
inmum charge is made for all room-calls.
Expenses for major-operations of non-emergency cases must be paid
by the student. The Health Service will not be financially responsible for
any expense at the HOSPITALS, involved in supplying anything to ambula-
tory (out) patients, nor to any student who enters the Hospitals without
making satisfactory arrangements regarding such expense, previously
through the health service office.
Students are urged to report at the Health Service regarding any ill-
ness, accidents or contagious disease, etc., as soon as possible, in order that
prompt treatment may prevent further complications.
Emory W. Sink, M.D., Asst. Director.
Course 191 will not, be given. Instead, Professor Wagner will offer a
course in the Modern Spanish Novel, to be elected as Course 173. Two
hours credit. Tu, '1\1, at 2. Iloom 201 S. W. Prerequisite Courses 6 or 14
1IC IMIAN ATHLETES PLACE
WELL IN OLYMPIC GAMES
(Continued from Page Six)
Americans and English teams, Brook-
er again took second in the pole vault,
losing to Graham. Hubbard was un-
able to compete due to his injury.
However, he took part in a baseball
game between the American athletes'
and the American Legion team which
was theneinLondon. Hubbard held
down second base for the visitors,,
who defeated the Legion nine by virtue1
of some murderous hitting on'tihe part
of the Yank weight stars, who slugged
the ball to all corners of the lot.I
Hubbard's performance for the win-
ners was such as to give him a reputa-
tion as a ball player, it being reported.
that his ability on the diamond equals
his performances on the track
Wins A. A. IT. Title.
After arriving in the United States,
Hubbard competed in the broad jump
at the National A. A. U. meet, and de-
fended his title by capturing the event
for the third successive year. At
present, he is not in the best of shape
due to the stone bruise sustained at
Colombes, but with a few more weeks
of res he should be in perfect physical
Michigan's wrestling hopes were,
given a severe jolt recenitly when Ed-1
ward W.: Phillips, 27E, of Lake
Charles, Ia., was injured at Ypsilanti
during the summer. Philips, who has
been working in Ypsilanti since the
end of summer school, received two
broken hips in a wall cave-in. He isI
New women on the
entertained at a party
September 20, in Bar
The board of director
League will act as
Dean Jean Hamilto
several officers of th
receive the new won
dancing will make up
tertainment. All ent
the University are in
penitentiary this ye
club, using books fre
now confined at the Memorial hospital
where he will probably be confined.
for three months.
Phillips, who was the star of the
freshman team, was a contender for'
the middleweight class of the Ameri-
can Olympic wrestling team. A vic-
tor in the district tryouts at Detroit,
he was eliminated in the finals at
The cost of electricity use
ing a 40-minute radio broad
cents, according to Station
University of Wisconsin.
A. G. Canfield.
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TUE CHURCH OF CHRIST
New Church Cor. 111 and Tappan.
J. ALLEN CANBY, (Acting Pastor)
9:30-Bible School (Junior, inter-
mediate and senior Grades,
also Men and Women's
10:30-Bible School (Primary and
10:30-Church Service, topic of ser-
mon, "The Stone Which the
12:00-Classes for Students, Teach-
6:30- Young Peoples Society.
The New Church will be used
for the first public service Sunday.
All welcome always
No evening service the first
REV. L. F. GUNDER AN, Minister
Fifth Ave. and William St.
Bible School-9:30 A. M.
Worship-10:30 A. M.-Sermon;
"The Most Popular Sin in the
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
Third and West Huron Streets
CARL A. BRAAUER, Pastor
Res. 420 W. Liberty, Phone 1006-R
. 9:30 A. M.-Sermon, Rev. O. Sohn.
10:45 A. M.-Bible School.
3:00 P. M.-Sermon, Rev. C. Eiss-
5:30-7:30 P. M.-Students' First
Get-together at the
7:30 P. M.-Sermon, Rev. A. C.
E. C. STE
9:00 A.M.-Bible stu
10:30 A. M.-Service
Music will be un
tion of Gerhard B
5:30 P. M.-Open h
dents in the parlo
ish house which
Open house for students at
Parish Hall 309 E. Washington
at 5:30 p. m. Come and. get
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Corner S. State and E. Washington St.
REV. ARTHUR W. STALKER, D. D., Minister.
REV. W.. SCOTT WESTERMAN, Associate Minister
Rev. Donald Tinerman Ellen W. Moore
Directors of Student Activities
10:30 A. M.-Morning Worship. Pastor's Subject: Life's Best Leader."
12:00 M. , Student Bible Classes. , Mr. Lionel Crocker, Speaker.
4:30 P. M.--Open House at Wesley Hall.
6:30 P. M.-Methodist Student Mass Meeting at the Church. Millard
Pryor,, '24 in charge.
:30 P. M.-Evening Service. Sermon subject: Beacon Lights."'
A Cordial Welcome To All Students.
10:30-Morning Worship and Sermon. "The Best." Mr.
12:00-Church Bible Sclool.
12:00-Student Bible Classes in Guild House. Dr. Wat
6 30-B. Y. P." U. in Church Parlors.
5:30-6:30-Student Friendship Hour at Guild House, 50
6:30-Student Devotional Meeting. Carlton Lindstrom,
FIRST BAPTIST CHUL
MR. EDWARD SAYLES, Minister.
HOWARD R. CHAPMAT, Minister for Stu
You will find
and a complete line of
State and Huron Streets
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister.
September 21st, 1924.
10:30 A. M.
"A Growing Sense of Values."
How shall we get the most out of life? Something about standardized
and unstandardized values and our own power of appreciation. Next,
Sunday the minister will give an address on "The Moral Challenge of
7:30 P. M.
Old and new. students will be welcomed at the minister's- house,
110 N. State Street. Come and get acquainted. The first party of the
Unitarian Student's Union, and the first neeting will be announced next
A cordial welcome at the little stcine church on the corner.
Huron at Division -
REV. MERLE H. ANDERSON, D. D. Minister
LEWIS' C. REIMANN '16, See'y Men Students
MRS. NELLIE B. CALDWELL, See'y Women Studen
10:30 Morning Service. Sermon on "My Master."
12:00 Brief Student Meeting.
4:00-6:30 Open House. Program and Refreshments.
6:30 Young Peoples Meeting. "Bob" Clark-'26 M; Leader.
New and Old Students Welcomed.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CH
G. CLAUDE DRAKE'S
Drug and Prescription
"THE STONE CHURCH WITH' THE WARM WELCOME."
LUCYHUBER, Secretary for Women Students.
HERBERT A. JUMP, Minister.,
E. KNOX MITCHELL, University Pastor.
9:30 A. M.-Student Classes..' Leader of Men, Professor Robert Craig, Jr.
Leader of Women, Mrs. Chas. H. Norton.
10:45 A. M.-Service of Worship. Sermon by Mr. Jump, who has just
returned from a trip in England and the Continent.
5:30 P. M.-Student Social Hour and Supper.
6:15 P. M.-Fireside Chat. "The Church is obsolete, membership means
nothing. Do you believe it?
8:00 P. M.-Motion Picture Service. Anna Nilsson in "Hearts Aflame."
CORNER CATHERINE and DIVISION
HENRY LEWIS, Rector.
RACHEL HAVILAND, Secretary for Student 1
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 21st.
Cor. State and N. Univ.
Fourteenth Sunday after Trinity.
8:00 A. M.-Holy Communion.
11:00 A. M.-Morning prayer and sermon by the rector.
6:00 P. M.-Student Supper, Harris Hall.
Wednesday 4:00-6:00 P. M,-Open house at Harris Hal:
ry with technician.
apparatus for giving thermo- and photo-therapy.
(Second floor. Open to receive students at all hours.
2-3 P. M. and 7-8 P. M. Daily.)
FOR ALL DEPARTM
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