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_ ____THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY OFFICIA-L BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Freeident until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday)
Volume 5 TUESDAY OCTOBER 7, 1921 Number 13
To The Deans:
There will be a conference of the Deans on Wednesday, October 8, at ten
o'clock in the President's Office. M. L, Burton.
College of Pharmacy Faculty Meeting:
There will be a faculty meeting of the College of Pharmacy, Friday, Octo-
ber 10, at 4. p. m., in Room 212 Chemistry Bldg.
C. C. Glover, Secretary.

all students interested to meet at the same time.
Ross L. Taylor, President.
Choral Union'Ushers:
All Choral Union ushers who have been notified for work this year are
requested to meet at 5 p. m. Tuesday in Room 101 Economics Building for
their assignments. W. A. Davenport.
Civil Engineering Staff Dinner, 6:00 p. m. Tuesday, October 7th, at Michi-
gan Union Room 133. Prof. R. It. Sherlock.
R. 0. T. C.:
The R. O. T. C. Band will meet at Morris Hall tonight at 7:15 p. m.
Membership in this band is open to all I. O. T. C. students and others who
playtband instruments. Those who desire to enroll are invited to attend this
meeting. Wmn. T. Carpenter.

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Students of the School of Education:
There will be an assembly of all the students enrolled in the School of
Educatien in room 203, Tappan Hall, at 4:15 p. m., Wednesday, October 8.
A full attendance is expected. A. S. Whitney.
English III, (Engineering Students):
The speakers for.the Thursday night assembly (October 9th) are as fol-
lows:
W. J. Korecki Chairman; and Messrs. B. Buchanan, L. M. Cooper, Sidney
'De Boer, G. O. Hoglund, Satrag Saahagian, J. A. Anderson, E. A. Hilburger,
and E. F. Hubbard. Earl R.. Riethmller.
Geography 1:
The lectures will be held in room 25 Literary Building instead of 231.
Room 25 is on the ground floor at the southern end. P. E. James.
German III:
I shall meet my ten o'clock section of German III in Room 1021 Literary
Building, beginning today. (Tuesday.) A. E. Bigge.
Spanish 31:
Mr. Hootkins' class in Spanish 31 at 9:00, which has been meeting in Room
403SW, will meet beginning today in Room 100, south corridor of South
Wing. Hirsch Hootkins.
Zoology I:
Seat numbers for the lecture are posted near the door to Room Z-234,
Natural Science Building. Members of the class should ascertain their num-
bers, as early as possible, then go to the lecture room long in advance to
ascertain where their seats are. Otherwise much confusion and delay will
result from hunting the seats at the beginning of the lecture. The seating list
will be removed at 10:50 a. m. Tuesday, and there will be no way of ascer-
taining the numbers after that time. A. Franklin Shull-
No Twilight Organ Recital:
The regular organ recital will be omitted Wednesday of this week on ac-
count of the concert that afternoon under the auspices of the Matinee
Musicale. Charles A. Sink, Secretary.
Oratorical Board:
There will be an important meeting of the Board Wednesday at 4:30
o'clock in Room 3211, Literary Bldg. Attendance of all members is urged.
Millard H. Pryor, President.
Oxford Debate:
The first International Debate between Michigan and Oxford will be held
in Hill Auditorium Wednesday night at 8:00 o'clock. Tickets will go on sale
that night at 7:15 in the Box Office-price 50 cents. A special effort should
be made to be seated before the time scheduled so that the debate can begin
promptely. Millard H. Pryor Oresident Oratorical Association.
Oratorical Association Program Season Tickets:
In order to avoid confusion, the sale of season tickets for the Oratorical
Association Program for 192425 which was scheduled for this afternoon,
will be held tomorrow afternoon in the Box Office of Hill Auditorium from
1:30 to 5:30 o'clock. This will be the last opportunity given to purchase first
preference seats at $3.50. James J. Dunn, Treasurer.
Varsity Glee Club:
Further tryouts for the G-lee Club will be held by Mr. Harrison today in
Room 308 Michigan Union from 4:30 to 5:30 and from 7 to 9. First tenors
are especially needed, but there are a few places for other voices. Sign up
at 4 o'clock. Carl B. Schoonmaker, Manager.
University Extempore Contest:
The general subject for the first semester contest will be "National Is-
sues and the Presidential Campaign." Tryouts will be held Oct. 18, at which
time seven contestants will be chosen to compete in the final contest.
Speeches will be, four minutes in length and may cover any phase of the
general subject. A prize of merit will be awarded the winner of the final
contest. Delta Sigma Rho members are inelegible for this contest. All stu-
dents interested in public speaking are urged to tryout. W. C. Dixon.
AdelpId t:
Adelpht House of Representatives will meet Tuesday Evening at 7:30 in
their rooms on the fourth floor of U. Hall. The Oxford system will be in-
rtigated at this meeting. The general subject for discussion and debate is,
"Resolved, That President Coolidge Should be Re-elected." All men interested
in public speaking are cordially invited to attend. W. C. Dixon.
Play Production Tryouts:
Men wishing to tryout for parts in the public plays to be presented by the
Play Production class may meet me Wednesday, Ocober 8, or Friday, October
10, at 4:00 p. n. in the auditorium of University hall. ..
R. D. T. HoliIster.

WHAPS COING ON
Notices to appear in this column must
be left in the box at the D~aily orrice
provided for that urpose before 4
o'clock preceeding the day of issue.
TUESDAY
4:00-:00 - Players' (i ub tryouts,1
room 205, M. H.+
4:30-5:30--Glee club tryouts i room
308, Union.j
7:00-Tryouts for checrleadersi meel
at Union desk.
7:15--.. 0. T. C. band meets in Mor..
ris hall.
7:30-Adelphil meeting in Adelphil
rooms.
7:30-LesVoyageurs meet in room 304,
Union.
7:00.9:00-Glee club tryouts in room
308, Union.
8 :00-Paul Whiteman's rchestra phays
in Hill auditorium.
WEDNESDAY
10:00-)ean's conference in the Pres-
iden 's office.
14:00.6:00-Masques' tryouts in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall.
4:15 - Education students meet in
room 203, Tappan hall.
4:30-Oratorical board meets in room
3211, Literary building.
7:15-Sca bbard and Blade meet.
7:30-Important meeting f Rounid-Up
Club, room 302, Union.
ew:00--3asoic rally and smoker in
new Masonic temple.
8 60-0xford-Michigan debate in Hill
auditorium. -
Cabot To Speak
At Indianapolisj
Dean Hugh Cabot, of the Medical
school, left last night for Indianapol-
is, where he will speak today at the
dedication of the James Whitcomb
Riley memorial hospital, one of the
hospitals belonging to the University
of Indiana.
le will return on Wednesday but
will again leave that night for Cleve-,
land to attend the dedication of the
new hospital buildings and the intro-
luction of the new president, Robert
Ernest Vinson, at Western Reserve.

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