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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY OFFICIAL BLEI
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
he, University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. in. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday)
Volume a SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 28,51924 Number 6
Te Deans:
'here will be a conference of the Deans on Wednesday, October 1, at ten
ock in the Presidenti's office. , X. L. Burton.
ate Council:
lie first meeting of the Senate Council will 'be hold Monday, October 13,.
:15 p. mn. In the President's office. Frank E : Robbins, Secretary.
['s Advisory Comnilttee, College of Llter~ture, Science and the Arts:
here will .be.,a1, meeting of the Dean's Advisory Committee Monday, Sep-
ber 29th, itt 4 'p. m.' in th~e Dean's office. - John ]& ,Effjnger;
shman Women:'
ecause of. the Women's League party: of welcome to all entering women
ents upon September 30th, the first Tuesday section of my lectures to
shmnan Women will be deferred one week, to October seventh at 7:00 p.
In Sarah Caswell Angell Hall Jean~ Hamilton, Dean of Women.
dents of Chemistry %a4 Seconq Senfester, 1923-4:
harts may be obtained in Room 408, Chemistry Building, September 29
ctober 10, 9 to 10 a. in., 2 to 4 p. in. Byron A. Soule:
Wisih 161s
panish 161, MWF at 3:00 arclock, 2O1SW, has been changed to MWF at
}o'clock, 308 General Library: E. A. 13ercado.
nish Sections:
r. Ballou's sections in Spanish 1 at 10:00 o'clock, room 205SW; Spanish
11:00 o'clock ,roomn 305SW;.Spanish 1 at 2:00 o'clock, room 304TH1; and
nish 32 at,.:.00 o'clock, room 305SW will be met on Monday at the hours
ounced.' . A. G . Canfield.

I Iv SENtIIRS,
I HAT'S GOING ON
Sale of sent
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SUNDAY Thanksgiving.
SUNDAYrequested to m
5:34-Congreg;tion al students slipper. i with the 'Ens:
George Little, football coach, andf pointnments "w
Perry Hayden, president of the S. grapher.
C. A., will *speak. I

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{.o ;WO-iotioniiuctures at tougreg's-
Itional church. "When Knighthood
WIas in Flower."
MONDAY
4:04-Girls' Glee club tryouts, studio
.216, University School of" Music
;,bLuilding.
4:00-Gargoyle business staff tryouts,
Gargoyle office, !Press building..
4:00-M1eeting of board of directors,
Qosmopolitan club, room 302, Uni-
v ersity hall.
4:00 - D~eans' Advisory committee
. meeting, in dean's office.
4 :40-Choral Union tryouts at Univer-.
sity School of Music.
7:30-President Burton's reception of
freshmen, Michigan Union.
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GARGOYLE TRYOUTS
The business staff of the Gar-
goyle and all tryouts will m~et
at thy., Gargoyle office Monday.
at 4 'o'clock. Seczond semester
freshmen and sbphomores wvho
wish to, tryout for the business
Istaff may report at this time.

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3!. the class who, for valid reasons, have past-due work -to finish
ymay do so on Mondays from 3 to,5 p. i. This section must
h~owever, except when extra hours are' necessary.
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L niversityr Symphony Orchestra:
youts for mnembership will be 'held at the University School of Music,
niard- street, from 7 to 8 otclock on Wednesday and Thursday evenings
is week. Applicants should bring their instruments and some music with
,h they are familiar. Freshmen are eligible.
Samuel P. Lockwood, Conductor.
'al Union:
"youts of voices' for membership in .the 1924-25* Choral Union will bei
Monday and Tuesday, September 29 and 30, 4 to 5:30 p. nrT at the Uni-
ty School of Music. Membership carries privileges for seats at the con-
in the Choral Union and Extra Concert Series.
iner members should fill out applications at this time.
E. V. Moore, Director.
nopoitan Club:
ieting, of the Board of Directors Monday,'September 29, 4 p. in., in room.
University Hall. Rensis Likern
lsli 109:
. Camnpbell's section at nine o'clock' will meet hereafter yin Room 208
ian Hal.."Oscar .J. 'Campbell-.

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kind Holds First
Practice Of Year
Swinging down South Ferry field
the tune of "Victors," the Varsity
nd Saturday afternoon went
rough' its first drill of the season.
"W e. are getting an earlier start,
e have plenty of material, and pros-
ets are that the band this year will
equal to that of any previous
gar," said Wilfred Wilson of the
;ool of Music, and director of the
,nd.
The band will. nurnber about 80
en throughout~ the year, this num-
ir having been selected out of more
a~n 200 applicants.
C. Paul Sellards, he who "strutteda
sstuff" before the band last year,
11 again be drum major this fall.,
The first public appearance of the
nd will, cone next Friday after-
on when. t4 will parade in connec-
n with the Kiwanis convention
:re on October 2 and 3.
MBERG-HOLM INTERItSTED
IN AMERICAN YOUTH DOINGS.
"(Continued from Page One)
troit-Edison company. After approx-,
ately a year's experience with this

firm, he has been secured as instruc-
or, in 'architecture in~ the architectural
[college.°
Mr. Lomberg-holm is 'anxiously
awaiting the opening of the 'football
season. The game of baseball was a
great disappointment to him as he ex-
pected to see a more vigorous game.
In Europe he heard of football, and
since then he. has eargerly planned to
be present at a gridiron struggle. This
fall will be his, first t.opportunity to
see football. However, he does not in-
tend to miss a game. These games
will help to give Mr. Lomnberg-Holm
the American viewpoint of life, he
thinks.
HEISS DECLARES TESTIMONY
IN FRANKS CASE " GABBLED"
(Continued from Page One)
to the verities of a serious legal pro-
ceeding.
"Inasmuch as I have been engaged
in news reporting with the Cincin-
nati Enquirer since my graduation in
1923, the conscienceless falsehoods
I ave found in. articles concerning
the trial have been it source of bitter
disillusionment to' me."
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