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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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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)
Vloume WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1924 Number 2

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conomics 48a, Insurance Accounting:
The first meeting of this course will be held in Room 3011, L. B., Monday,
ptember 29, at 7 p m. Hours of meeting for the semester will be arranged
that time. E. C. Wightman.
lucation C 240a:
Students who have elected Education C 240a, Problems in Experimental
ducation, will meet Wednesday 4:00 p. m. in Educational Laboratory, Uni-
rsity High School, room 400. C. L. Clarke.
ngineering Meehanies:
Will students in 13. M. 9 please meet in room 447 West Eng. Bldg. today at
p. m. for the purpose of arranging hours. J. A. Van den Broek.

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inary in Sixteenth and Seventeenth Century Literature. Organization
ig L. B. 2214, Wednesday, Sept. 24 at 3:10. J. H. Hanford.

ishw 45 (American Literature):
e eight o'clock section will meet on Thursday
y Building

in Room 229 of the Lit-
IV. 0. Raymond.

Geology 1. (Intraductory Geology):
First Exercise will be a lecture on Friday at 9 o'clock in Science Audi-
torium. No quiz sections or excursions this week. I. D. Scott.
Geology 31. (Physical Geology):
First exercise will be a lecture on Friday at 11 o'clock in the Science
Auditorium. No quiz or laboratory sections this week.
William H. Hobbs.

Oratorical Boalrd:
A very important Board meeting will be held this afternoon in the ner
office of the Association in Room 3211, Literary Building. A complete at-
tendance is very essential. Millard 11. Pryor, President.
Italian 201:
Italian 201, announced in the Catalogue as Primarily for Graduates, will
be open to properly qualified undergraduate students. Students in Romance,
English, or History who are interested in this subject are urged to be present
at the first meeting of the course at 11 o'clock Wednesday in room 100SW.
J. R. Reinbrad.
Economics 53: (General Economics):
Those not present at Tuesdays organization meeting will report provis-
ionally to one of the following quiz sections:
1. meeting at2202 Ec. Bldg. Thurs. at 8.
[IL. weeting at 202 Ec. Bldg. Thurs. at 9.
III. meeting at 5 Ec. Bldg. Fri. at 9.
They will be expected to be prepared on Taussig, Principles of Economics
Vol. I, Ch. 1. J. V. Van Sickle.
The President of the University and Mrs. Burton invite the members of
the Board of Regents, Faculties, and staff and their wives , to meet the
newly appointed Professors Wednesday evening, September 24, from eight to
eleven o'clock, at their home, 815 South University Avenue. No cards will
be sent.
To The Deans:
There will be a conference of the Deans on Wednesday, September 24,
in the President's office at ten o'clock.
M. L. Burton
To All Members Of The Faculty and Staff:
During the Summer Session the July 1924 issue of the telephone directory
was distributed to all University Offices insofar as possible.
Anyone who has not received a copy of the above issue may have one de-l
livered by notifying the Secretary's Office. Shirley W. Smith.
Automobile Parking:
The parking of automobiles upon the campus is of necessity restricted
to members of the Faculty, University officials, and employees. Only such
cars as carry parking tags attached to the license plates will be allowed
to park upon the campus.
Tags may be secured at the Office of the Secretary of the University.
By order of the Regents. Shirley W. Smith, Secretary.
To All New Members of the Faculty;
It is exceedingly important that new members of the faculty file address
cards with the Post Office, in order that prompt delivery of mail may be
insured. Shirley W. Smith, Secretary..
To All Students:
Address cards should be filed with the Post Office at once. The Uni-
versity has no means for delivering student mail.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary.
To All' Members of the Faculty:
All members of the faculty are entitled to receive The Michigan Daily
in order that they may be constantly in touch with The Daily Official
Bulletin.
Applications should be filed at the office of the Secretary of the Uni-
versity. New members of the faculty are specially urged to file their appli-
cations promptly. Shirley .W. Smith, Secretary.

SWHAT'S GOING ON
WEDNESDAY
10:00 a. m.-Conference of the Deans
in the President's office.
4:00-Assembky of freshman engin-
eers, room 348, Engineering build-
ing.
4:15-Dr. E. C. C. Basy lecures on
.Photosynthesis of Naturally Oc-
curing Compounds."
4:30-Meeting of Daily tryouts.
THURSDAY
7:30-Engineering society banquet and
smoker. W. A. Moffett speaker.
Officials Issue
Friendly Warning
As all city ordinances vary, it is
thought that the following list of
don'ts from the police department will
prove of value to the new students at
Ann Arbor as well as serve as a re-
minder to those who are already fam-
llar with the city regulations.
Don't break traffic regulations.
Don't drive through a stop street.
Don't forget to slow down at all in-
tersections.
Don't exceed the speed limit at any-
time, anywhere.
Dont' drive with more than three
in driver's seat.
Don't drive with muffler open.
Don't park anywhere after dark
without proper lights.
Don't drive without operators per-
mit and license.
Don't forget that police orders are
SHORTHAND
TYPEWRITING
BOOKKEEPING,
SECRETARIAL
Classes Now Forming
HAMILTON BUSINESS
COLLEGE
State and Williams

Freshmen Engineers:
The first assembly of the Freshmen engineering class will be held Wed-
nesday, September 24, at 11 o'clock in room 348 in the Engineering Building.
All freshmen engineers are required to be present at this meeting. Dean
M. E. Cooley and Major W. T. Carpenter, Commanding Officer of the R. O.
T. C. will talk to the class. J. C. Brier

definite.
Don't let your bull-dog out without
a muzzle on him.
Don't play ball in the streets.
Don't ride bicycle on side-walk.
Don't break the ordinances or lawl
and expect to get away without pay-
ing the penalty.
The above is given in the right spir-
It and we hope all will take It that
way and assist in keeping down the
number of accidents as well as in-
fractions of the law.
THOMAS O'BRIEN,
Chief of Police.

Prof. Orlan W. Boston, of the ]
neering school, and) Mrs. Boston,
just returned from England afi
three months' visit. Professor
ton first went to London to atten
World Power conference for engi
which was held at the British
pire exhibition. The engineering
ference was one of many which
held at the exhibition.
Professor and Mrs. Boston
four months in other parts of
land, Scotland and Wales the ha
of the summer.
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y 131, 133, 135, and 139:
not assemble this week.

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William H. Hobbs.

ry 151. (Origin, Structure and Growth of Mountains):
advanced students only who will meet on Friday at 4:30
G 223 N. S. Willi=u H. Hobbs.

o'clock in

There is nothing like a
ST young men today
know the importance of
looking fit. Good ap-
pearance counts much
in the game of life. The young
man who dresses with taste has
a decided advantage.
But-it is surprising how litte
thought the average man gives
to his hat. It is his crown, yet he.
seems to stop dressing at the neck.
Be careful in your selection of
your headwear. When you buy .a
hat, select a Stetson. Its style is
right, its quality means long wear.

Solid Geometry and Algebra:
Meeting in Room 311 Engineering Building at 7:30 Thursday night to
arrange hours for all students who need entrance credit in Solid Geometry
or Advanced Algebra or who wish to review high school Algebra.
R. V. Churchill.,
Mathematics 201, Theory of functions of a complex variable:
Preliminary meeting for arrangement of hours Thursday, September 25,
at twelve o'clock, noon, in Room 317 Engineering Building.
T. H. Hildebrandt.
Mathematics 233 (The Theory of the Potential):
Will meet in Room 20 East Hall; Wednesday September 24, at 4 p. m. to
arrange hours. Vincent C. Poor.
Philosophy 15, Contemporary Philosophy:
This cour'W1ill meet Friday at 3 in Room 407, Library to determine
hours and 'place of meeting. R. W. Sellars.
Seminar in Aesthetics: Philosophy 172:
I shall be glad to see any students who propose to attend this seminar at
12 noon on Friday, September 26, in Room 106 M. H. for the purpose of ar-
ranging times, etc. E. F. Carritt.
Psychology 125:
This class will meet in room 6, Liteiary Building, at 2 o'clock on Tues-
day and Thursday. Adelbert Ford.

Changes of Offices:
Members of the Faculties who havec
quested to inform the operator at the
order to facilitate intercommunication.

occupied new offices this fall are re.
University telephone exchange, in
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary.

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Political Science 141 (Municipal Government:
Scheduled'for Room 61 Literary Building will
BuildingYlJnday, Wednesday and Friday at 10.

meet in Room 6 Literary
T. If. Reed.

Physics 36 and 46:
First meeting, lecture at 2 o'clock on Wednesday.
Physics 35:
Recitation sections meet Tuesday and Thursday. Laboratory work begins
Friday. First lecture Friday at 10. Classes scheduled for Room 304 go to
Root 308, Old Physics Building. Classes scheduled for Room 305 go to
Room 1035, New Physics Building.
Portuguese;
I shall be in "Room 106, S. W. on Wednesday and Thursday from 9:00-
11:00 a. n. for consultation with' those interested in Portuguese.
Franklin X. Thompson.
Twilight Organ Recitals:s
The first program in this Series will be given by Palmer Christian, Uni-
versity Organist, in Hill Auditorium, Wednesday, September 24, at 4:15
o'clock. Therea~fter they will be given each Wednesday at the same hour
and place, except during vacations.
There is no admission charge. The public is invited, but is requested to
come on time as the doors will be closed during numbers.
Charles A. Sink, Secretary.

University Lecture:
Dr. a C. 0. Baly, Senior Professor of Chemistry, University of Liverpool,
England, will deliver his lecture entitled "Photosynthesis of Naturally
Occurring Compounds" on Wednesday, September 24 at 4:15 pin., in the
Chemical Amphitheatre. Professor Baly's recent researches are regarded
as epoch-making and his talk will be of general interest.
The meeting will be under the joint auspices of the University and the
local section of the American Chemical Society. F. E. Robbins.
Changes In Election:
Unavoidable changes in elections may be made by Literary Students on
Thursday and Friday, Sept. 25 and 26, 9-12 and 2-5 in the Registrar's Office.
The penalty will be remitted only in case of justifiable changes.
Arthur G. Hall, Registrar.
Freshmen Women:
Attendance at the lectures of the Dean of Women in Sarah Caswell Angell
Hall is required of all first year women. Those who have failed to receive
their application card assigning them to definite divisions must secure
them at the office of the Dean of Women this week.
Jean Hamilton, Dean of Women.
Entering Upperelass Women:
The lecture to all entering upperclass women scheduled for Thursday,
September 25th, at 7:00 p. m., is postponed for one week-until Thursday,
October 2nd, at the same hour but not in the same building. This one lecture
{ will be held in University Hall. All women entering the University for the
first time and registered in one'of the three upper classes are required to
attend. Jean Hamilton, Dean of Women.
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