"I"HE MICHMAN DAILY
FRTDAY, OC T 013ER 9, 1925
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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. Saturdays).
FRID)A Y, OCTOB ER 9, 1903-5)tbe 1
A reward of $100 will be paid by the University for information leading
to the arrest and conviction of any person stealing overcoats or other prop-
erty from University buildings.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary of the University.
The duPont Fellowship in Chemistry:
The Department of Chemistry asks that notice be given that applica-
tions for this fellowship for 1925-26 will be received until Monday noon,
October 12. Blanks can be had at the office of the Graduate School. Ar-
pointment will be made by October 15.
A. H. Lloyd.
The lecture sections on Campus Organization will hereafter report in
discussion groups as follows:
Upper Class Women whose last names begin with letters before M will
meet Tuesday, October 13 and 20, at 7:00. Those whose names begin with
letters after L will meet Thursday, October 15 and 22, at 7:00.
Freshmen Women whose last names begin with letters A to H will
meet Monday, October 12-19-26, at 4:15. Letters H to R on 'Wednesday,.
October 14-21-28, at 4:15. Letters R to the end of the alaphabet Thursday,
October 15-22-29, at 4:15.
Jean Ham1iton, Dean of Women.
Names of students in quizz sections, and lecture seat numbers are
posted on the bulletin board in N. S. Bldg. Others, whose names do not
appear there, were asked to drop the course the first week of the semester.
Please consult bulletin board. For information see Mr. Plastino this week
:Friday or Saturday 10:00 to 12:00 in Room P254NS.
MAIN FLOOR USHERS
C. J. Kessler, in charge Johnson, 0. A.
E. W. Nelson, Assistant Kuiper, F. J.
Arthur, A. A. Haan, Fred.
Armstrong S. H. Miller, Taylor
Ball, D. W. Moore, R. C.
Bauer, L. E. O'Connor, E. J.
Borg, G. H. Penney, Louis
Brown, E. E. Peterson, H. E.
Brown, R. W. Reed, J. A.
Calhoun, F. N. -Schneider, W. E.
Case, R, Bradley Shilling, C. W.
deBoer, Sidney Silvernale, Paul
Davis, E. W. Tappan, C. S.
Failing, W. P. Wahrenbrock, H.
Hansen, John Warren, D. G.
Holmes, J. W. Weeks, David
Jedele, Erwin Whipple, H. B.
W. A. Davenport, Ass't. Supt., Buildings & Grounds.
The first of the bi-weekly luncheons will be given on Saturday, October
10th, from 12:15 to 1:30 o'clock in Harris Hall, corner of State and Huron
Streets. Initation of new members will take place at this meeting. Note
the change of address. Tickets obtainable at Harris Hall.
Nur X. Malik, Pres.
There will be a meeting of the Westerner's Club at Harris Hall Friday,
October 9, at eight o'clock. All those living west of the Mississippi are
To Check Thefts
In an effort to check overcoat
thefts the University is offering a re-1
ward of $100 for information which
1 will lead to the arrest and convic-
'tion of any person stealing overcoats!
or other property from University
buildings. This word was issued at
,the office of Secretary Shirley W.
Coat thefts this year have already;
numbered 18. Last year more than
,200 were taken in the course of the
year, most of the coats coming from
the Medical and Law buildings.
"Student co-operation is necessaryl
if this practice of thieving is to be
curbed," Assistant Secretary Pauli
Buckley said in issuing an apfpeal that
students report immediately "to both
ity pol iceand the Secretary's oice
in University hall, an attempt on the
part of any person to sell a used
overcoat." University authorities al-
so asked that students keep closer
watch over their wraps.
The New Ingersoll
Dollar Fountain Pen
Gives Perfect Satisfaction
- Writes Smooth - Unbreakable
Get the New Ingersoll Today
Eberbach & Son Co.
200-202 E. Liberty St.
cordially invited to come and bring a
Will the following students see
12, Room P. 254 N. S. Building?
Margaret Louise Frank
W. B. Pillsbury.
Mr. Plastino Friday or Saturday 10 to
J. B. O'Connor
Susan S. Storke
Caryl J. Lundquist
Ma4ga ret A. McNally
Florence L. Wolfe
J. B. ilastino.
WHAT'S GOING ON
Notices to appear in this column must
be left in the box at the Daily office.
provided for twat purpose before 4
o'clock preceeding the day of issue.4
2:%10-World series by radio at the
".Union tap room.
7;30-Fre shman and first year on the
campus students are given a party
at the Baptist guild.
S730-Polonla Literary circle will
<; meet in Lage hall.,
8:00-Westerners' club meets at Har-
Margaret M. Smith, V. President.
8:00- All-campus swimming meet
held at the Union.
9:00-Dance at Union, preference
sophomore lits and engineers.
12:15-1:30-Cosmopolitan club has
luncheon in Harris hall.
2:00-World series by radio at the,
Union tap room.
9:00-Dance at the Union, preference I
The royal barge, which was built
by King William of England for his
queen in 1689, is probably the oldest
boat in that country.
None Better Made
313 South State
Class will meet today in Room 1020 A. H. instead of Room 1009.
B. W. Wheeler.
Stetson hats are made of the
finest furs, fashioned into smart
shapes by experts.
Styled for young men
Department dinner at the Union, Thursday at six.
FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS
Louis I. Bredvold.
Polonia Literary Circle:
Polonia Literary Circle will meet tonight at 7:30 P. M. in Lane Hall.
New students interested in the work of the Circle are cordially invited.
J. . klimek, Vice-Pres.
Choral pion Ushers:
The following list of names are men assigned for duty as Choral Union
ushers at the Hill Auditorium, on tickets and the Main Floor. In Satur-
day's issue, the list for those chosen for the Rirst Balcony will appear. The
Secondjlalcopy list will be, printed Sunday, and the list of extras the fol-
All men concerned will keep in touch with these announcements and
those whose names appear are requested to be present for assignments
Tuesday afternoon at 5 p. m., in the West Lecture Room, 1st floor Economics
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Hall, L. H.
Kiefer, Leroy E.
Manchester, R. A.
Reynolds, N. D.
Straub, R. C.
Teed, R. W.
Waterman, R. A.
BLAZERS AND BLOUSES
Are Bought for Less at Our Store
We have them in large assortment for ladies and men. Can be had in
Suede, Reindeer, Horse-hide, Corduroy and Wool Plaids of many patterns,
lined or unlined, in the best grades only as produced by the leading outing
Priced from $4.50 UP.
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DIETZEL'S SHOE STORE
"Where Styles Originate"
11 7 East Washington St.
Single and Double
all kinds, in Corduroy, Whipcords, Serge, etc.
Also Moccasin Packs, High-Tops, Hiking and Hunting Boots,
Shoes and Puttees.
O. D. Wool and Blanket Shirts, Underwear, Sweaters, Golf Hose, Heavy
and Light Socks, Overalls and Coverall Suits.
We are headquarters for the most popular garment on the campus
and are showing all styles in YELLOW and OLIVE KHAKI for
ladies, men, boys and girls. Our prices will interest you. See Tower s
new transparent Kit-Coat. Also Cravenettes, Gabardens and Topcoats from
BLANKETS, AUTO ROBES and STEAMER SHAWLS
'52 to '98
Now is blanket time.
The cool nights are here and you need extra cover-
GREENWOOD AND KILGORE
ing. We have them in soft Wool Double Blankets in many sizes, Heavy
Robes and Army Blankets. Our large assortment and especially reasonable
prices demand your attention.
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