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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
P~ublication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members ofl
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. mn. (11:30 a. mn. Saturdays).

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Volume vi

TIIURSI)AY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1925

Nuinlwr 3

To Users cf the Daily Official Bulleini:
The attention of users of the Daily Official Bulletin is respectfully called
to the following:
(1) Notices submitted for 'publication must be typewritten.
(2). All notices must be signlet.
(3 Ordinarily notices are published but once. Reptition is at the
Editor's.(!iscrption,
(4) Notices must be handed to the Editor before 3:30 p. mn. (11:30 a. in.
The above is not stated in any sense to restrict the use of the Bulletin.
On the contrary it is hoped that it may be used more and more for intra-
University; publicity. F. E. Robblils.
College of iLiterature, Science, anid tale Arts; Changes of Elections:
Unavoidable changes in elections may be made on Thursday and Friday,
September 24 and 25, from 9 to 12 and 2 to 5, in the Recorder's office, Roorn
4, University Hall.
Freshmen must make such changes through the Freshman Elections
Committee, in Room 4, University Hall.
All new classifications and all changes of classification in the following
courses must be made through the Classification Committee, in Room 4,
University Hall:
Botany 1 and 3.
Chemistry 3 (Lee. Sec. 1).
Chemistry 3 (Lee. Sec. 2).
Chemistry lt (Lec. Sec. 2).
French 1, 2, 31, 32, 97, 101, 102, 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, li6. 157.
Geography 1.
Geology 1. t
German 1, 2, 31, 32.
Greek 1 and 31.
History 1, 3, 5.
Latin Y, 3, 5, 7.
Mathematics 1, 2, 3, and 7.
Military Science 1.
Physical Education (for freshman and sophomore women only).
Physics 35i and 36.
i- :Public Speaking 3, 31, 42, 143, 144, 161, 171.
Rhetoric 1, 2, 31, 32, 117.
Spanish 1, 2, 31, 32 and 101.
Zoology 1 and 51. Florence Mfolor, Recorder.

r ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ) nrniii iiuii .In. we teachi allmoern,
IIUII' IIUr1IU 1faiy, balbA#, stage, tango '
and( folk dances for children
adij Us. CGass every Monday
Ticket Sale Limilted to Three hundred, .Friday.
Expec.Ad taterII I1 ift eenone-hour lessons, $5.00.
SC.A.Ta er o. 221 W IUERTII ARCADE
PR ES. LIT'TLE MAY SPEAK Phone 8328
Plans for a freshman banquet to _________________
be held in the near future were dis-j
cursed ycstexrday afternon at a meet- SHO RTHAND
ing. of .a group ocf leaders who attend- TYPEWRITING
ed the "Frosh Rendezvous" last week.S
Various cometttees were appointed 4CRETAR iA
and' a tentative date set. I is planned Fa Ter
to lave Pres. Clarence C. Little as
one of the speakers, as well' as a num-} Sept. 21lst _~
bnr' of th&12eaders~ in campus activi- AM._ON.
ties:.H MLO
After much discussion it was de- BUSINE;SS COLLEGE3
cided to limit the number of tickets
to two or three hundred and have the I taite andt William Sts.
banquet at the S. C. A. Tavern in Lane
hall. According to the committee, the-
banquet was planned primiariy to
gather together those of the entering
class who were most anxious to pro-
mote class spirit and organization.r
The following chairmen were ap-
pointed by the group to head the var-
ious. committees, the members of the Drop in and
committees are to be chosen by theTat a
chairmen themselves: Program cone-Tata
mittee, Paul Kern, '29; decoration
committee, Benjamin Fulghum, '29; (
ticket committee, Clare Weber, '29; TO ,,t!.F
publicity committee, Milford Vanik,
'29. 'the Wonder ,Sandwich.
These' chairmen will meet witli d with your, F avorite
t~eir committees next Friday to dis-Filg
c ttssi rIn ore detail the date, speak-Flln
ers and program.
BETSY ROSS SHOP
EXTENSION WORK OPENS !ickels Arcade

and1
and
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Evan Ei. Young of South Dakota,
chief of the bureau of eastern affairs,
state dlepartment, is the new United
States minister to the republic of San-
to Domingo.

Freshmen Engineers:
Those who want to take the tutoring 'course in 1-igh School Algebra
will meet in Room 21 East Hal at 7:00 V. Mv. Friday, Sept. 25. This couse
is to be taken by students who need entrance credit in Advanced High
School Algebra; and by those wl~o need review Of High Stol Algebra.
I, N. Churchill.
Economies 2i-Sominiary in Public Control of Industry:
Those who contemplate enrollment in this course will reet Friday at
3 o'clock in Room 208 Ec., for the purpose of selecting a permanent c1as
htou."I.1.Siarfran.
Economics 13-Iailroads:
Tisicoilrse will meet Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 11 o'cock in
Room 101 Ec. 1. L. sI: afnan.
Econiomics J21: Lbor Problems:
Assign~aents to sections will be posted this morning on tle bulletin
board wtl Economics Building. Carter GAoori h
Speial Problems in tihe Tachaing of Eangis: /
The students electing this seminary will meet iafl Ioom u229 "Angell
H-all.Thursday afterpoou at four o'clock to arrange the hour; of meting.
C. C. Fries.
Hilstory 148.
History 148, Tlae History of Spain, rwll meet in Room 1035 Tuesday,
Thursday at 10 o'clock, in Angell Halt. A. S. Ato.
Mathematics 137-Projective (Geoeitry:
Those wishing to elect Math. 137, Proective Geomery, are asked to
assemble Thursday, September 24, at 4 o'clock, in Room 13, East Ball, to
arrange hours. D.ionat K. laarnofft.
Philo sophiy ,54, Contemporary Phlo sophy:
This course will meet to arrange.hours, Thurs. 7 P. Y4. Lib. room 47.
It. W. Sellrs.
Physics 147-Elce#:Arcal M as ureien ts:
Everyone is'r~luested to attend the laboratory section Thursday P. M.,
September -24, if possible. Final arrangement, of recitation and laboratory
sections will lie made at this time. Laboratory assignmen'.s are posted out-
side Room 2069, New Physics Building. It, A. Sawyer.
Public ;fpeanxg-411:
My ten and eleven o'clock sections will meet in room 302 Mason ~al.
Crl (. Bran dt.
Theatrft Art, Public Speaking 18:
This course will meet Thursday at 10 In the Auditorium of University
Hall. - .L 1..T. Hollister.
Prospective Teachers of English:
Thosed students who expect to receive their teachers certificates (with
Enlish ;as a major or minor) in February, 1926, and those who are electing
this semester the course in the Teaching of English will takes the examina-
tiou in the field of English, Saturday morning, September 26, at 9:00 o'clock,
in Room 2225, Angell Hall. All other prospective teachers of English who
expect to receive their teachers' certificates this academic year will be givn
the examination in January, 1926. C. C. Fries.
Members of the Engineering Council:
There will be an important meeting of the Engneering Council Thurs-
day evening, September 24, at 7:15 in the Engineering Society Room, West
Engineering Bldg. If all members are present and n time, the meeting
should not last longer than an hour.
Frak A. hed, Jr., Prs.
G gip All thep Chilese Students on the Campus:
You are cOrdially invited to a social gathering to be0 given in the audiL
toritimpf of ~e Hall at 7:30 P M. Friday, Sept. 25.
S. X. Chen, Secretary.
Tryouts for the Michigan GAlee Club:
Tryrt, for the vocal and instrumental sections of the Club will be held
thJ. afterpoon. and. Friday from 4:30 to 5:30 and from 7:30 to 8:30, in room'
3Q$ _of Abteuoin. Appointments should be made today between 3 and 5:30
In room~4,0$ of the Union. Several sophomores and juniors are needed on
timp, business staff to tryout for Manager.
Kurt J. Kreicik, Manager.
Varsity TBan-SaxophionieAtoorC.Mloyohowulslket
Men playing saxophones other than Ato .Mld h ol iet

Union Publishes
Daince Schedule
F-or Fall, Term
General membership dances' Will be
held at the Union Friday and, Satur-
day evenings of ,this, week, the regu-
lar preference schedule taking effect
next week, it was announced 'yester-
day by E. W. Hacker, '27, chairman
of the Union dance committee. The
(lance season opened at the Union last
Saturday night with the ball room
well filled.
After being reorganizedl during the
summer months, Phil Diamond's or-
chestra of eighmt pieces has been en-
gaged to play at the Union (lances this
year. The tickets will be $1 per cou-
p~le on both evenings. The hours are
unchanged this year,. with- dancinig
from 9 until 1 o'clock Fridays and
from 9 until 12 o'clock Saturdays.
Tickets for the preference :dances
on Friday evenings will go on sale at
1o'clock on Wednesdays untit 1 o'-
clock theo next day; For thme Saturday
dances the sale will open" at 5 o'clock
on Thursdays and will continue until
1 o'clock on Friday. After the specb-
fled hours at the close of the prefer-
('nec sales, tickets may be obtained
by any members of the Union in the
main lobby.
The dNnce schedule until the'Christ-
Hias recess is as follows. thoan-
r1uncenents being made on 'the bul-
tetin board in the Union e~chb w, Pk-
Sat., Sept. 19---General mcmlbershiip.
F',ri., Sept, 25f-Qeneral meembersbip.
Sat., Sept. 26'-General memb-erahip.
F!ri., Oct. 2 -Junior Lits and > Engi-
dieers.
Sat. Oct. 3-AlilTaws. ,
Fri., Oct. 9, Sophomore lits. And
C2niineers.

Sat,., Oct. 10--All Seniors.
Fri., 'Oct. 16-Fresh, Lits and Eng-
ineers.
Sat., Oct. 17-All Architects.
Fri., Oct. 23-General membership.
Sat., Oct. 24-All Seniors.
Fri., Oct. 30-S(ophomore Engineers.
jat.. Oct. 31-All Seniors.'
Fri., Nov. G-Sophomore Lits.
Sat.-Nov-. 7-All Seniors.
Fri., Nov. 13-All Architects.
Sat., Nov. 14-tAll Seniors.
Fri., Nov. 20-Dents, Pharmics, and
aGrads.
ISat.. Nov. 21-All Seniors.
Wed., Nov,. 25-General membership.
Thurs., p. in., Nov.. 26- General
membership.
Fri., Nov. 27-Fresh Engineers,."
Sat., Nov. 28-All" Medics.
Fri., Dee. 4-Fresh Lits.
Sat., Dec. 5-Ali Architects.
Fri., Dec. 1I-Sophomore' Prom,
Sat., Dec. 12-Junior bits and; Eng-
ineers.
Fri., Dec. 18-General membership.
Sat~l Dec. 19- General 'memiberlshiy.
WHAT'S GOI NGt OY
Notices to appear in this colun must
be left in the box at the Daely office
provided for 'nit purpose -before 4
o'clock preceeding the daty of issue.
THURSDAY
-1:00-lInterclass hockey tryouts meet
at Palmer field.
4 :304i :34)-ilIlhigan Glee club holds
tryouts, in room. 308, Union.}
7 :Th-Engineerliig councl nmeets in
the Engineering society room, west
Engineering building.,
f :x30,S :'39---lichigaii(Glee clu~b 'Bolds
tryouts in room 308,. IUion.
4 :30-W 3-Hiebigan Glee -'- ubb'lds
tryouts in room 308, Unio.'
7 :30-Evang'elical, stiient4, get-to.
*gether at Dane hall.E
7:30-C hinese, students' club meetingf
at Lane hall.
7:30-8 :30 -1-Michigan Glee club luilds
tryouts in room 3.0$, Union.. E
S :0-Radio studio party at Wesley
hall,
S :00-"1(nicker kut up" at Congrega.
tional church.

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11 UilifUll U/I UIbI.0
IProf. W. D. Henderson, director of
the University Extension division,
wvill organize extension credit courses
in Det.oit on the evening of Oct. 5,
..at which time he 'will meet all pro-
spective students, who are interested
in -extension credit work.
Extension credit courses have also
been tentatively arranged for in Bat-
tle Creek, Jackson, Lansing, Flint and
Saginaw. These, courses will be de-
finitely <organized. after, the Detroit
courses are, gottdAl under way.
Churches: To Hold
,Open House Friday
Siutaneous student -church opll~
houses wil be conducted by eiglll
EAnn Arbor - churches Yriday nighit
ISept. 25, at 8 6'iock, in accordlance.
wit'h a plan aranged by Ronald Tim-
omcan, of Wesley hall. This is the
second annual occasion of this kind,
as the plan was inaugurated last year,
and is intended to be a yearly event.
Announcements of all the programs
will be made on' single card, which
will. be displayed in the store wi-
dows. The churches co-operating are
the Methodist, Presbyterian, Congre-
gational, Christian,, Episcopal, B~apt ist
and -Unitarian. 'trinity Lutheran and
Zion Lutheran will also take part in
a joint affair at the Parish hall, 309
East Washington street.
Yost To. Address1
Church MeetingI
Coach Fielding H. Yost will give an
address entitled "The Moral Val te of
Athletics," at 6:30 o'clock Suinday, in
the Congregational church 'lparlors.
This -Is Coach .Yost's first address be-
fore' the student body this year.
Coach ..Yost has studiiedl athletics
"over 'mamV y.ears, and has beeroi called
the? "Ralph Waldo Emerson of ath-
letics."
Election Changes
To Be Made Today
Changes in elections will be re-
ceived at University ofthees today and
tomorrow.
According to University ruling, only.
"unavoidable" changes in elections
may be made, and then only on pay-
ment of a $1 fee. The recorder's of-

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flee in University hall
for this purpose today.

will be aort

CORRECTIODi
The Autumn Exposition at Jacob-
son's will be held today from 2:30 to
4 o'clock and from 7:30 to 9 o'clock
Intead of Wednesday as stated in yes-
terday's issue.
Berlin, Sept. 23.-Seymour Parker
Gilbert,."a'genf' general for reparations,.
announces "that; the German railway
company Monday paid 28,000,000 gold
nrmarl I into' his :office.
kub scrlbe, for The Daily today at
theI. oftice, jnp.jre~ss Buildig.-Adv.

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