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Gymx For Freshmen
To Staort Oct. 20

H~ave You Voted? Apply on Campus. Vote by Absentee Ballot, on Campus.

THEMIHIANDALYWEDNESD:AY, OCTOBER 15, 1924

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IPublication in the Bulletin 'is constructive notice to all inembers of
the University. Copy received by ;lie Assistant to the President until
I3:30 p. ni. (11:30 a. in. Saturday)
Volume 5 WIED-NESDAY, OCTOBER 15,1921 Humber 2..

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Not iceto afpep.r in this column must
he left in tie box at the D~aily office
prov ided fo~r that purPose 601e 4
o'clock mrceedilng thoe day of issue.

space in tihe Mchigancnsian office
by Nov. 1.
i'rv-lim-ani discussion groups meet in
Lane hiall, 'Mondays, Tuesdays, Wed-
nesdlays, andirfTursdays at 7 and
7:30 o'clock.
Heads, Memorial

To The Deans:
There will be a conference of the Deans on Wednesday, October 15, at ten
o'clock in the President's office. M. L. Burton.
Uente Ctunel Meetings:
The Senate Council at its meeting of October 13 approved the following
dates for the regular meetings of the Senate Council for 1924-1925: Novem-
ber'"3, December 8, January 12, February 9, March .9, May 11, and June 1.
F. E. Robbins, Secreary Senate CounciL
Regular Meetig~s of the University Senate
The Senate Council at its meeting of October 13 approved the following
dates for the regular meetings of the University Senate for 1924-1925: No-
vember 24, January 26, March 23, and May 18.
F. E. lRobbins, Secretary Senate Council.
All freshmen in the Literary College, who were granted the privilege ot
applying for advanced credit for post graduate work in high school, should
make application at the office 'of the registrar, Wednesday, October 15th,
from 10-11 a.,. and 3-5 p. in. A. G. Hall.
Biliography of Members of Faculties:
Requests have been sent out to members of the faculties for the years
1922-24 for the biennial reports on scholarly publications by members of
the faculties. Prompt and careful attention to these requests is urged. Extra
blanks may be had on application to the office of the Graduate School. The
period covered is that from July 1, 1922, to June 30, 1924. These dates have
to be taken literally. Alfred H. Lloyd.
School of Education Students To Elect Officers:
The students of the Junior and Senior classes will elect class officers Wed-
nesday, October 15, at 4:10 p. in. The Juniors will meet in room 206, Tappati
Hall, and the Seniors in room 203, Tappan Hall.
George E. Myers.
Freshmen Eugineers:
The regular weekly assembly will be held in room 348, 11:00 Wednesday,
October 15. All freshmen are required to be present at this meeting. There
will be the election of class officers and a brief talk by a member of the
student honor Committee. J. C. Brier, Mentor 'Freshimen Engineers.
Naval Reservists:
All Naval Reservists and students interested in the University Unit of the
United States Naval Reserve Force will meet in the R. . T. C. drill hall be-
tween the Economics and Engineering buildings at 7: 30 p. n., lWednesday,
October 15th. Ensign Herbert C. Lee, Comnmanding Officer.'
Twilight Organ Recital:
Palmer Christian, University 'Organist, will play the following program ii
Hill Auditorium, Wednesday afternoon, October 15, at 4:15 o'clock: Allegro
moto vivace (Tschaikowsky) ; Prelude in D. flat, Op. 28, No. 15 (Chopin) ;
L'Arlequin (Nevin); Improvisation (Karg-Elert); Rhapsody (Cole); Evening I
Enow at Fuki Klawa (Marsh) ; A. Young Girl in the Wind (Marsh) ; Mdita-.
tion "Thais" (Massenet) ; Marche religieuse (Guilmant).
The general public is invited but Is requested to come on time as the doors
will be closed during numbers. Charles . Sink, Secretary.
Varsity Glee Club:
Several sophomores are needed on the Business Staff. Office hours from
4 to 5:30 daily Room 308 Michigan Union. The highest ranking tryout will
make the Spring xTrip this year. Carl B. Schoonmaker, Manager.
11 Circolo Itallano:
There will be a meeting of the "Il Crcolo Italiano" this evening at 7:30
p. in., in Room 202SW. All interested are cordially invited to attend. All of-
ficers are requested to be present. J. B. Plastino.
Researchi Club:
tThe first regular meeting of the Research Club will be held on Wdnesday,
October 15th at 8 o'clock p. in., in the Histological Laboratory. Election o
officers. The following paper will be read:
The Presidential Election of 1824-5. by Professor E. S. Brown.
The Council will meet at 7: 30 p. in. T. 11.lHildebrandt, Secretary.
University of Mlelg.%T1 Band:_
Regular rehearsal will be held tonight at seven o'clock at the band head-
quarters in Morris Hall. The mhen who are to take the trip to Illinois will
be chosen from those present at this time.
Arthur M. Smith, Student Manger.
C1osniopoilan Glub:
Illustrated lecture, "Touring in Europe," by Professor William A. Frayer'
of the History department, to be given Friday evening, October 17, at 8 p. m.,1
ins the :Auditorium of Lane Hall. initiation of new members will occur im-
mnediately following the lecture. The public is invited to Professor Frayer's
lecture. Iensis Lkert, President.
Roim d-Up Sjuker and Get-Together:
The Round-Up Club will hold a smo ker and get-together for its members
Pend their gguests at the Union on Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. in., in Room
318. Each member is requested to make an especial effort to be there person-

W1EDN ESIAY
10:00-C(oniference of (leans1 in the
President's office..
4:1 0-8chool of eduicat ion jhunilors and,
seniors elect officers in 206 Tappan,
1::15--Organ recital i i 1ill1auditor-
ium.
7 :00--IHand rehearsal1 at 1Motris lli.
7 :31;-lteund-Up, smoker ill room 318,
Union.
7 :3 0-1l Circolo Itallano meets in
room 202, South Wing.
7 :30-Naval Reservists mieet in Rl. 0.
'T. C. drill hall.
7:30-Pep meeting in H1ill auditorium.
7 :30-The Round-Up club will hold a~
smoker and get-together in room
318, Union.
S :00--iesearchi club nmeets ill histol-"
ogical laboratory.
8:00-Graduate English club meets at
Newberry residence.
S :30----(mmedy club phi vs-Sax-nh Cas-
well Angell hall.
THURSDAY
4 :30-OWe" meeting of Y. W. C. A. at
Newvberry hall for all women.
5:330-8S. C. A. cabinet meets at home
of B.. C. Coffmnan.
7 :3@-Christian Science society meets
in auditorium of Lane hall.
U-NOTICES
Senior p~ictures are on sale at the
'Ensian office from. 2 to 5 every aft-
ernoon until Thanksgiving.
,AP, catmpus organizationis, fraternities,I
sororities, and societies must have
their contracts for organization

More than 90 per cent of the fresh-
men required to take gym work have
already sign(d up for classes, accord-
mny to Dr. George A. May, of the phy-
sical education department. Approxi-
matel 950 literary students, 370 en-
geers,.and 25" pharmacy men will be
inteclasses and the great majority
are all set. The few who have not
yet reported will have to do so by
the end of the week as gym begins
on Oct. 20.
Prof. H. IH. Bartlett of the botany
department is planning to go to Os-
coda this week-end to secure living
plants for the botanical gardens. This
is thne time of year for transplanting
and for this reason the botanical gar-
den is being replenished now.
Have You Voted Apply on Campus.

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