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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1924

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DAILY 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. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday)
Volume 5 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1924 Number 14

Leaves of Absence for the Second Semester:
Members of the Faculty are reminded of the action taken by the Board
of Regents, January 26, 1923, which provides that applications for leaves of
absence during the second semester of any year shall be filed with the Board
on or before October 31, preceding. Faculty members who contemplate ask-
ing for leaves during the second semester of this year, therefore, should peti-
tion the Regents at their meeting of O ctober 23 and 24. Communications for
this meeting should be in the Presidept's hands not later than October 16.
F. E. Robbins.
Unlersity Women:
All women students who are planning to drive to the out-of-town games, as
well as those who are going on the special trains, must sign up at the office
ofJ the Dean of Women at least t week before the games.
Jean Hamilton, Dean of Women.

Students of the School of Education:
There will be an assembly of hall the students enrolled in the School
Education in room 203, Tappan Hall, at 4:15 p. m., Wednesday, October
A full attendance is expected. A. S. Whitney.

Engineering Education. An informal dinner has been arranged at the Michi-
gan Union for 7 o'clock Saturday evening which all members of the engineer-
ing faculty are urged to attend. Mr. Wickenden will speak of the progress
of his research and there wviil be a free discussion of some of the outstanding
problems in the field of engineering education. Make reservations as early
as possible of the chairman, J. Raleigh Nelson, 927 Forest Ave.
M .E. Cooley.
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 I'. 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 begip
promptly. Millard R. Pryor, President Oratorical Association.
Oratorical Association Program Season Tickets:
Inocrder to avoid confusion, the sale of seaso tickets for the Oratorical
Associ'ation Program for 1924-25 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
l preference seats at $3.50. James J. Dunn, Treasurer.
<University of Michigan Band:
Regular rehearsal tonight at 7:15 at the band headquarters in Morris Hall.
All men must be present at this rehearsal as there will be important an-
nouncements regarding the trip to M. A. C. Saturday.
Arthur M. Smith.
Alpha. Epsilon Mu:
The first regular meeting of the year will be held Thursday evening at
7:30 p. in., in the Michigan Union. All members are requested to be present
to transact important business. Arthur X. Smith..i
To All Members of Delta Sigma Rho:
Alpha Chapter of Delta Sigma Rho will entertain the members of the Ox-
ford and Michigan teams at an informal luncheon in the Michigan Union im-
mediately after the Oxford-Michigan Debate. Members of Alpha Chapter
1 extend a cordial invitation to all members of other chapters of Delta Sigma
Rho now on the campus to attend this affair. Reservations should be made
today-call Alexander at 2619. R. L. Alexander, Presid'ent-
La Sociedad Hispanica:
The first meeting of La Sociedad Hispanica will be held in the Upper
Room, Lane Hall, Thursday, October 9, at 7:30 p. in. All members are urged
to be present. Sarah Slocum, Secretary.

ChicagoMen In tors degrees at University of Chicago,
and are teaching here during the ab-
Education School sence of Prof. G. M. Whipple, who is
on leave at Harvard this year.
Two men, lately of the University,
{ Boston, Oct. 7.-Miss Eva Morrison,
of Chicago, are listed on the faculty 19 years old, of Pictou, N. S. yester-
of the School of Education this fall. day swam the 12 miles to Boston
They are H. T. McCluaky and C. L. Light covering the distance in seven
Clarke of the educational psycholog and one-half hours.
staff.
Both men are candidates for doe- Have You Voted? Apply on Ctinpus.

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Freshmen Engineers:'
The regular weekly assembly will be held Wednesday, October 8, at 11:00
in Room 348, Engineering Building. Professor F. N. Scott will address the
class. All freshman engineers are required to be present. J. C. Brier.
Students who wish to secure from The Department of Rhetoric and Jour-
nalism recommendations to teach Rhetoric and English Composition, or who
expect to apply for a Teacher's Certificate in Rhetoric should consult with
me Wednesday, October 8. Office hours; 2-4, Room 3228 Lit. Bldg.
R. W. Cowden.
Aeronautical Students:
Aeronautical Students to ing courses VI, XII,and XIV will meet in Room
2049 East Engineering Building, Wednesday at 5 p. m., to arrange conven-
ient hours for same. W. L. Gerhardt.
French 1 and 31:
There will be a meeting of those instructors teaching French 1 and 31 in
the Literary College at 2:00 o'clock today, October 8, in Room 106SW.
A. G. Canfield.
Student Directory:
All fraternities, sororities, and League Houses wishing to have space in
the Student Directory should hand in typewritten alphabetised lists of the
members of their organizations and th e address and telephone number of
the house. These should be handed in. immediately at the 'Ensian Office in the
Press Building. Charles Higley, Fraternity Editor.
The Executive Board of the Women's Athletic Association will meet on
Wednesday, October 8, at 5 o'clock in Barbour Gymnasium. Every member
is urged to be present Marianna E. Smalley, President.
Engineering Faculty Dinner;
W. E. Wickenden, who is directing the survey of engineering education un-
der the joint auspices of the Society for the Promotion, of Engineering Educa
tion a ndthe Carnegie Foundations, i s t o b e i n A n n A r b o r,
Saturday, October 11th, to confer with our own Committee on the Study of

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