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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

t..nDAY, O TOBJER ITi, 102r

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).

Volume VI

SUND)AY, OCTIOBER{ 119 1925

Number 18

To the Deans:
There will be a Conference of the Deans on Wednesday, October 14, at
ten o'clock in the President's Office. C. C. Little.
University Women, Upper Class:
The first discussion group on Campus Organization (letters A to M)
will meet Tuesday, October 13, at 7:00 o'clock, in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall.
Jean Ham iton, Dean of Women.
Freshmen Women:
First discussion group on Campus Organization (Letters A to H) will
meet Monday, October 12, at 4:15, in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall.
Jean Hamilton, ])ean of Women.
University Women:
There will be a make-up lecture for all entering women, freshmen and
upper class, on Tuesday, October 13, at 4:15, in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall.
All women in their first year at Michigan are required to attend the
lectures or to repeat the entire course in 1926.
Joan Hamilton, Dean of Women.
Women Students-Out-of-Town Games:
All women students, including those living at home, who expect to at-
tend out-of-town games, are required to register as early as possible in the
Office of the Dean of Women, and pay the fee for the traveling expenses of
the chaperones sent by the University. All women purchasing tickets on
the special trains must first show a registration slip from the Office of the
Dean of Women.
Any women student desiring to stay away over night must have her
hostess (whether a person or a sorority) write a letter direct to the Office
of the Dean of Women. This letter must be filed before 5:00 Thursday pre-
ceding the game.
Any woman student desiring to motor to any game must make special
arrangements with the Office of the Dean of Women.
Jean Hamlton.
Oratorical Association Leture Course:
The box office in Hill Auditorium will be open for public sale of re-
served seats for the Lecture Course from 1 to 5:30 on. Monday, October 12,
and at those hours throughout the week.
T. R. hornberger, Treasurer.
Inter-Fraternity Council:
The first regular meeting of the Interfraternity Council will be held in
Room 302 of the Michigan Union at 4:30 P. M. Monday. Annual dues are
due at this time, payable to the treasurer. All senior and junior represent-
atives should be present. Phil Rowe, Secretary.
Women Interested in Writing:
Black Quill Society cordially invites all women of the campus who are
interested in writing of any kind to meet with them Monday at 4:15 at the
Green Tree Inn. All members are urged to be present.
IHelen Whipple, President.
Rifle Practice for Women:
There will be an important meeting. of all women interested in rifle
practice Monday at 4 o'clock in Barbour Gym..
Lucille Walsh, Manager.
Faculty Women's Club:
The first meeting of the Art Section, of he Faculty Women's Club will
be held on Tuesday afternoon, October 13th, at two-thirty, with Mrs. W. C.
Louisell, Washtenaw Apartments, 332 East William St. At this meeting
plans for instruction in painting and other creative art will be made. The
Section will welcome all members of the Faculty Women's Club who are
interested and further information can be obtained from Mrs. Louisell,
phone 3689. Mrs. W. C. Louisell.
Mathematical Club:
Regular meeting will be held in Room 3003 Angell Hall, Tuesday Oc-
tober 13, at 8:30 p. m. Prof. Lbve will present "A Simple Method of Ob-
taining Asymptotic Expansions." Prof. Poor will present "On the Double
Layer Potential." All persons interested are cordially invited to, attend
the meetings of the Club. W. W. Denton, Sec'y.
Cosmopolitan Club-Board of Directors:
The regular meeting of the Executive Council will be held at 4:30 on
Monday, October 12th, in Room 302 University Hall. All officers and com-
mittee members snoud be present. Nur M. Malik, Pres.
R. 0. T. C.:
Advance Course students who are in possession of Advance coursb uni-
forms will bring their uniforms to the R. 0. T. C. Headquarters for inspec-
tion by Sergeant McIntyre in order that they may be cleaned and repaired
if necessary. This will be done before 10 o'clock Thursday morning, Oc-
tober 15. L. M. Bricker.
Choral Union Ushers:
The following names are men chosen for Second Balcony Assignments.
Friday and Saturday's Dailys contained the names of men on tickets, Main
Floor and Second Balcony. On Tuesday the list of Extras will be run. All
men chosen as extras are requested to report with the full time ushers at
5 p. m. Tuesday in West Lecture Room, Economists Biulding.
SECOND BALCONY
D. J. Foster, In charge Faulks, William S.
G. H. Evans, Assistant Jekell, L.

Allman, Walter Keye, George
Armstrong, H. C. Laing
Arnold, P. W. Lindell, Ernest
Brooks, Tracy McCall, Robert
Behm, H. C. Nelson, Ralph B.
Barker, G. H. Pollock, Russel
Curtis, Roy Roth, Norman
Clark, W. B. Sandburg, W. G.
Cook, Fred G. Shaw, R. K.
Cornell, H. K. Stout, E. M.
Carson, R. C. Swanson, Carl
Donnell, L. H. Smalley, L. M.
Diehl, C. Tucker, H. A.
Gast, Joseph Taylor, Ralph
Hall, Don E. Varnum, O. R.
Hard, A. B. Westcott, G. W.
Kaylor, R. B. Watland, G. R.
Kelley, Earl Burba, Joe
Potter D. M. Ward, Steward
W. A. Davenport, Ass't. Supt., Buildings & Grounds.
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STJ OT Work On Lighting
!E City plans provide for the installa-
tion of a boulevard lighting system on
P11i iAiiIN I T S I State street and the conduits are nowl
being laid by the Detroit Edison Co.,
it was announced by city engineer
Large Delegationi of Studenits ickeed! Sandenberg.
to Increase University Interest _andenberg__
Throughout the Statej
I ONG BEACH, Cal., Oct. 10.-Two
REPRESENT ACTIVITIES unidentified airmen were killed when
an airship crashed to earth at Daugh-
erty field Tuesday.
More than 35,000 people in practi-
cally every county in the state were
reached last year through the depu-
tation teams sent out by the exten-
sion department of the Student Chris-
tian association, according to Ezra
Young, '26, chairman of this year's
committee.
The committee this year proposes
to send speakers throughout the state ADJUSTABLE
to address high school assemblies, Just the thing for your desk
luncheons and Y. M. C. A. groups on d ing away with any possible e
the various phases of university life getting shorter and lights must i
in an attempt to create further inter-
est in the University. As a matter of' Phone 4744 1111 South
preparation for this extensive pro-
gram, the committee has secured the
services of a group of foreign stu-
dents, athletes and members of de-
bating teams from which the person-
nel for each trip will be drawn, ac-
cording to the requirements of the .1 1.
particular program.
One of the features of this year's;ter
program will be the student rally at
Tecumseh, at which a delegation of,
nearly 35 students from the univer-'Salads
sity will present the program. This H o p
delegation will include representa- SO
tives from nearly all of the student'Se
and church organizations on the cam-
pus. Student leaders of the various Cor. Liberty
campus activities will talk to the and Ifaynard
young men of Tecumseh on subjects
which are of keenest interest to them.___
Underlying all the speeches will be
the four major principles of student
relationships which are being stressed
strongly by the members of the cabi-!
tion: intellectual honesty, clean
speech, clean morals and clean ath-! HOOV ER AYE.
letics.
The committee has been called up-
on to furnish two Chinese speakers Sunday Dinne
and one Chinese musician to. form
part of the program of the initial 7
meeting of the year at the College Y.
M. C. A. at Ypsilanti on Oct. 14. This
will mark the initial participation for! ME
the year of any members of the depu -(' Ci11ihicken Broth with
tation teams, but shortly after this! Head Leti
event, the committee will send two Roast Chicken
native born students and one mu- 'Fricasee Chicken
sician to the Webster Congregational Mashed Irish Potatoes
church at Webster, Mich. Apple and Butterscc
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