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Publication in the Bulletin 1s 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 TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 80, 1924 Number 7y
To The Deans:
There will be a conference of the Deans on Wednesday, Octoler 1, at ten
o'clock in the President's office. M. L. Burton.
Prizes for Essays in Journalism:
* The following announcement has been received from Mr. Frank D. Facken-
thal, Secretary of the Columbia Univen sity:
"In addition to the endowment of the School of Journalism of Columbia
University, the late Joseph Pulitzer provided for the establishment of a num
ber of prizes. Under the provisions of the bequest three prizes, one of $1000
and two of $500 will be awarded for the best history of the services rendered
to the public by the American press during the year 1924, provided always
tlhat essays received are deemed of sufficient merit to justify an award. Manu-
scripts sent in for competition must reach the hands of the Secretary of the
University not later than Feburary 1st, 1925. Further particulars and forms
of application for candidature may be obtained from the Secretary."
Frank A. Robbins.
The Executive Board of the Women''s Athletic Association will meet on
Wednesday, October 1st at 5 o'clock in Barbour Gynasium. It is imperative
that every member be there. Marianna Smalley, President.
Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
All classes in these colleges will be dismissed on Wednesday, October 1st,
1924, from 11:00 a. m. to 12:00 noon, for the purpose of holding class assem-
blies and the subsequent election of cass officers. X. E. Cooley, Dean.
Senior Engineers:
There will be an assembly of all senior Engineers on Wednesday, October
1st, 1924, at 11:00 a. m., Room 311, Engineering building, for the purpose of
transacting business and election of class officers.
C. E. Wilson, Mentor.
Fresh~man Engineering Class:
Professor FieldingI f. Yost will be the speaker at the weekly assembly
Wednesdsay, October 1st at 11:00 a. m., Room 348, Engineering Building.
All freshmen Engineers are required to be present.
J. C. Brier, Head Mentor, Freshmen Engineering Class.
New Pharmacy Students:
All students entering the College of Pharmacy for the first time must
be present for the Mental Test to be given in Room, 400 of the new Uni-
versity High School At 3 p. m. Thursday, October 2nd. Please enter this build-
ing by way of West entrance on Haven Ave. Your presence at this examina-
tion has precedence over all other engagements.
C. C. Glover, Secretary.
French 217 and 254:
Course 253, Seminary In the Sixteenth Century, will deal with Ronsard and
his influence. Students will please consult with me on Tuesday or Wednes-
day from 9-12:00 o'clock ,about arranging hours. Those desiring to elect 217.
French Versification, may consult with me at the same hours.
H. P. Thieme.
Organic Evolution (Zoology 31):
The seating list is posted in the case in the north corridor of the Natural
Science Building near Room 234. Students should consult this list before
coming to lecture on Tuesday. Jacob Reighard.
English 31:
Dr. Hutchins' section which have met in Room 17 Literary Building at 10.
and 11, Monday, Wednesday and Friday, will henceforth meet in Room 205
Tappan Hall. 0. J. Campbell.
P'yselhology 81:
A seating list for the lecture in Psychology 31 (Wed.11) is posted on the
bulh,.n board at the south door of N. S. Auditorium. This list will be re-
moved before 10 a. m. Wednesday. W B. Pillsbury.

IL 0. T. C:
The It.. O. T. C. Band will meet at Morris Hall at 3:00 pl. in. Weduesd.ay,
Oct. 1st.
Membership in this band is open to all R. 0. T. C. students and others
who play band instruments. Those who desire to enroll are invited to at-
tend this meeting.
Advanced Uniforms:
A representative of the uniform contractor will be at the l 0. T. C. Build-
ing from 9:00 a. m. to 5:00 p. m., Wednesday, Oct. 1st, to take measurements
for advanced uniforms. All men entering the advanced course this semester
will report between the hours stated for measurments.
Wm. T. Carpenter.
The University Symphony Orchestra:
Tryouts for membership will be held at the University School of Music,
11aynard street, from 7 to 8 o'clock on Wednesday and Thursday evenings
of this week. Applicants should bring their instruments and some music with
which they are familiar. Freshmen are eligible.
Samuel P. Lockwood, Conductor.
Choral Union:
Tryouts of voices for membership in the 1924-25 Choral Union will be
held Monday and Tuesday, September 29 and 30, 4 to 5:30 p. nr. at the Uni-
versity School of MusicL Membership carries privileges for seats at the con-
certs in the Choral Union and Extra Concert Series.
Former members should fill out applications at this-time.
E. V. Moore, Director.
University of Michigan Band:
Special rehearsel tonight at seven o'clock will be held at the band head-
quarters in Morris Hall. All men whose names appeared in the tenative list
of members are requested to report at this time as this rehearses is most
important. New men who have not had a tryout should also be present at this
time as it is their last opportunity before the final list of players is an-
nounced. Regular rehearsel will be held Wednesday night.
Arthur M. Smith, Student Manager.
Varsity Glee Club Tryouts:.
Tryouts for the University of Michigan Glee Club will be held in Room
308 Michigan Union at these times:
Wednesday, Oct. 1, 4 to 5:30 and 7 to 9
Thursday,,Oct. 2, 4:30 to 5:30 and 7 to 9.
It will be necessary to secure a card at the office this afternoon between
4 and 5:30 before trying out. Former club members will be given preference.
Carl B. Schoonmaker, Manager.
Comedy Club:
There will be a meeting of the Club Tuesday evening, September 30, at
7:30 o'clock in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall. Jack Hassberger.
Phi Sigma:
Meeting, Wed., Oct. 1st, at 7:33. Dr. Carl LaRue of the Dept. of Botany
will speak. A short business meeting will follow. Important.
C. 0. Erlansin, Secretary.
The Adelphi House of Representatives will meet Tues. Evening at 7:30 in
their rooms on the fourth floor of U. Hall. All men interested in public
speaking are cordially invited to attend this meeting. An interesting progranm
has been provided. W. C. Dixon, Speaker.
Soiphmore Engineers:
There will be an assembly of the class at 11 o'clock, Wednesday, October
Ist, in the East Lecture Room of the Physics Building, Room 202, for tht
purpose of nominating and electing class officers.
;. 1. Bragg, Mentor to Sophmore Engineers.
The Board of Directors of the Women's League cordially invite the new
women of the University to be present at a party in their honor this evening
at Barbour Gynasium from 7:30 until 10:00 Charlotte Blagdon.
Lueck Beauty Shoppe

Senior Women:
All Senior women on campus are asked to be the guests of the University
at tea, Thursday afternoon, October second, at four olclock, at the Martha
Cook Building. Jean Hamilton, Dean of Women.

Men wishing to try out
Sigma Delta Psi, National I
athletic fraternity should re
the Intramural office for par

4:00-Girls' Glee club tryouts, studio
216, School of Music.
4:00-Choral Union tryouts, School of
4:30--Address for University women !
in Newberry hall.
7:30-Les Voyageurs' society meeting,
in room 302, Union.I
7:30-A. I. C. E. smoker in room 3205, 1
East Engineering building.
7:30-Comedy club meeting in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall.
7:30-Adelphi meeting in Adelphi
rooms, fourth floor, University hall.
8:00--Meeting and dinner at Fletcher I
A:00--Sigma Delta Ch n eting n
room 304, Union..
11:00-Senior engineers will meet inj
room 311, Engineering building.
11:00-Sophomore engineers meet in
east lecture room, Physics building. 1
11:00--Freshman engineers will meet
in room 348, Engineering building.
3:00-R. Q. T. C. band will meet at
Morris hall.
4:00-5:30-Glee club tryouts in room
308, Union.
5:00-Women's Athletic association
meeting in Barbour gymnasium.
7 :00-hIclilgan Glee club tryouts in
room 308, Union.
7:00-University Symphony orchestra
tryouts at School of Music.

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