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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 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1925 Number 2.,
To the Iembers of the Senate Council:
The next regular meeting of the Senate Council will be held on Tuesday,
November 3, at 4:15 in the President's office. This change from the regular
date is made necessary by the necessity of holding the first meeting of the
University Senate on Monday, November 9.
Fraak F. Iobbins, Secretary.
Inauguration Day Arrangement:
By vote of the Deans, it has been decided to suspend University classes
throughout the day Monday, November 2, in order that members of the
faculties may take part in the ceremonies of the inauguration. University
offices will be closed between the hours of ten and twelve, with the excep-
tion of the Hospital and other offices which must remain open. Clinics and
afternoon laboratory classes, which in the opinion of the Deans cannot be
suspended, will be held as usual.
Fran E. Robbins.
Automobiles for Inauguration Day:
Members of the faculties who will place their automobiles at the dis-
posal of the Hospitality Committee Monday morning, November 2, before
the exercises, or Monday afternoon or evening are requested to communicate
with the undersigned or to leave word at the President's office. Cars will
be needed for the transportation of the University's guests.
i. P. Thieme, Chairman Hospitality Committee.
Freshmen Women:
All freshman women who have reported to my lectures on Tuesday or
Thursday evening will please meet with one of the freshman groups on-
Monday, October 26, at 4:15
or, Wednesday, October 28, at 4:15
or, Thursday, October 29, at 4:15
in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall, to complete lecture requirements.
Jean Hamilton, Dean of Women.
B. A. 131-Production Management:
All sections will meet in Room 206, Tappan Hall, at 9:00 A. M., Friday,
October 23.
J. P. Mitchell.

Experts Predict Urban Growth

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A few days after J. Paul Goode (right), professor of geography, Uni
versity of Chicago, announced that Chicago will have 14,000,000 by 1999
William A. Boring, director of school of architecture, Columbia university
decided New York would be a city of 50,000,000 by the end of the century
Now proud and jealous Chicago wants Prof. Goode to revise his estimates

When the Weather Is Rough
It's a Good Time to Use
Esco Velvet Skin
This delightful cream protects the complexion-
Keeps the skin soft and smooth.
35c Bottles.
Eberbach & Son Co.
200-202 E. Liberty St.

Professor Talamon's Classes:
I will not meet my classes today, Friday.

Rene Talamon.

All Engineers:
There will be a joint meeting of the Detroit Engineering Society and
the Detroit Section, of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers in
Ann Arbor, Saturday, October 24.
4:00 P. M.-meet in room 2028 East Engineering Building for inspection
trip through the various Engineering laboratories.
6:00 P. M.-Dinner at Michigan Union.
7:30 P, M.-Professor A. H. White will present a paper on "The Dis-
integration of Concrete." Room 3205 East Engineering Building.
All those interested are invited to attend. Dinner reservations should
be placed with Miss Pickell, phone University 177 before 3:00 P. M. Friday.
E. M. Baker.
- .S. 15 and M.S. 25:
Classes in M.S. 15 and M.S. 25 will meet at the R. O. T. C. Headquarters
Saturday morning at 9:00 o'clock. Truck transportation will be furnished.
Uniforms will be worn.
H. B. Turner.
Ticket-takers-Oratorical Association Lecture Course:
There will be an important meeting of the ticket-takers in the Associa-
tion office Friday afternoon at 5:00 o'clock. It is essential that all the
ticket-takers be there.
The following men are those who have been selected to take tickets:
Marshall H. Levy Morton Newman
Mr. Stump Jerome Salm
Mr. Wahrenbrock Wesley Dodge
Mr. Torbett George Kreye
Mr. Bishop Earl Hartson
Mr. Rosenthal Mr. Hedrick
Harold Latta, head Ticket-taker.
University of Michigan Band:
The Varsity Band will meet at 8:30 P. M. Friday, Morris Hall, to leave
for Illinois. The Radio Concert band of seventeen pieces will hold re-
hearsal at 7:30 P. M. Friday.
T. C. Schneirla.
To All Chinese Students on the Campus:
The Chinese Students' Club will hold a special business meeting of
urgent importance in Lane Hall, at 7:30, this Friday evening, Oct. 23. Every
member is requested to be present.


Susan x. Chen.




- GOING7 :30-'Chinese Students' club meeting 7 :0Prof. A. 1. Jhte presents a
WHA 'S I at La"e hal.ppe r "on "''he Disintegration of
SUv-:3--arsity band meets at Morris Concrete," room 3205, east Engin
Notices to anpear in this column must hall to leave for Illinois. ecring building.
e left in the box at the Daly office -r:00-1Union dance for general mem- 9:60-Union dance, preference to all.
provided for that purpose before 4 1x
o'clock preceeding the day of issue. bership. seniors.
FRIDAY SATIIDAY GENEVA, Oct. 22.-Officials of the
I.:30-Riamhle and campfire; meet at League of Nations said that up to
1:30-5:00-Exhibition of water colors Congrega~tional church. 13 o'clock this afternoon no protest in
by Alice R. Huger Smith in west 4: 0-Inspection trip through engin- connection with the Greek-Bulgarian
gallery of Alumni Memorial hall. eering laboratories; meet in room border troubles had been received
2028, east Engineering building. from ulgaria.
3:005:00- - Lecture course tickels 6:00All-engineer dinner at the (nion.
available at the box office, Hill au-17:00-UITper Rtoom Bible clan; meets A SPOlT MlD)ELI FRESHIE
ditorium. in Lane hall.
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NIN AN Hclubs.., tennis racket, ukuleles and
NO i- ~what not. "Lt's ride him!"
~tli iAndl from that minute forth the life
STATE AT WASHINGTON ┬░II [fth resie who would the college
IahU her be wasa mad, merry whirl, as
Imng wt-; be seen Sunday at the Arcade
rUNa "A u Ut Pa t for 2lnIRI a fl5%T lrt111111t, Theatre when H-arold ILlod's newest
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lli~sII~a 3 9i~ 11ulia I arn sau p i Im show.
SDecorations for your
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to reach the North Pole by airplane last Summer, when he and his six com-
panions waged a titanic struggle with the grim forces of Nature in the midst
of the Arctic. This Lecture will be illustrated by Amundsen's own pictures
under the title "Our Airplane Dash for the North Pole."
Box Office Open Thursday and Friday, 3-5 P. I.

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Students Settle IAbbot Appointed
Bills As Readily ' Alumnus Editor
As Townspeople Waldo Abbott, of the rhetoric de-
partment, has replaced Donal Haines,
Contrary to general opinion, that formerly of the journalism school, as
students are delinquent in paying associate editor of the Michigan Al-
their bills and that diffilculty is had in umnus. Mr. Haines is leaving Ann
collecting from them, it was discov- Arbor to enter the newspaper field in
ered in an interview with the secre-; Florida.
tary of the Ann Arbor Credit bureau,
that the percentage of students owing Patronize Daily Advertisers.
money to local merchants is no great-
er than that of the townspeople.
It is *generally believed that a
greater number of students leave E ALL CLASSES DISMISSED
the University without paying their ENTIRE INAUGURATION DAY
bills, but according to the experience
of the credit bureau the percentage is Dismissal of classes for the
no greater than people who leave entire day of the inauguration
town without settling their accounts. of President Clarence Cook
The trouble usually lies in the fact I ttle on Nov. 2, was decided
that the students require a longer g upo by the Deans yesterday.
time to pay, but, with the exception University offices, except those
of the few, they always pay their which must absolutely remain
bills Less difficulty is found in col- open, will also be closed for the I
lecting accounts from students, be- full day.
cause pressure can be brought to bear Eleven more institutions have
from the University or from home. } accepted the invitation of the
It is interesting to note that the University to have representa-
women students are no more prompt tives present at the ceremones.
in paying their debts than are the This makes a total of 59 schools,
men. The number of delinquent wo- colleges, and universities that
men is about the same in proportion will be represented.
as the number of men.E_


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