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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY OFFICIAL

BULLETIN

Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by thec Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays)~.
Volume TI TUESDAY, OCTOBERI 27, 19)3 iunbe~r 31

To the Deans:
There will be a conerence of thc Deans on Wednesday, October 28, at
10 o'clock in the President's ofice. C. C.' Little.
Tickets for Inauguration :
FACULTY. The main floor (red tickets) is reserved for guests of the
University and the families of members of the Faculties. Faculty members
are expected to take part in the acdemic procession and occupy sea s on
the stage. Tickets for members of their families, however, to the number
available for the purpose, may be had on application to the secretary's office
on and after Wednesday morning, October 28.
STUDENTS. The first and second balconies (blue tickets) are as signe .
to the student body, and tickets have been sent pro rata to the Deans' offices,
where students may apply for them on and after Wednesday, October 28.
All p. kts issued are subject to the limitations of the Auditorium.
'1y4eikets should be presented before 10:45 a. in., after which time
the ushers are instructed to admit nn-ticketholders to unreserved and un-
occupied seats.
.Blue 1tiekets also should be presented before 10:45 a. m. in order to as-
sure se~ing fgr although they are marked "if presented before 11 a in." it
will be ~fllut to hold seats after 10:45 in any part of the hal. Persons
holding; tilmpickets will, of course, be seated by the ushers after 10 :45 if
possib19. i N
Inauguration Comnmittee.
F re shman Wol{ nen:
The iWuspion group on Campus Organization (letters H to R) will
meet Wdpday, October 28, at 4:15, in Sarah Caswell Angell Hal.
Blue Books should be handed in at this time.
Jean Hamilton, IDean of Women.
To Presiijltsl~of All Campus Organizations:
,Ali uagrities, Sororities, and Campus Organizations wishing space
in the 1926 Michiganensian must sign a contract and pay for space before
_November 1, 1925. Contracts may be "signed and lpail for at the Michigan-
ensian offie .eyery afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock.
Forrest Heath, Organizations Maager.
)ten In the School of Education and Others Interested:
A meeting of the Men's Educational Cub will be held at 7:00 o'clock
sharp Wednesday evening in room 306 of the Michigan Union.
Men students and faculty of the School of Education will be expected
and other men on the campus interested in education are invited. Prof. S.
A. Courtis will speak, business will be transacted, and refreshments served
during the social program.
RalpuhlVan Iloesen, President.
Psychology 103:
The class in mental Measurement will meet Tuesday, October 27, 7:00-
9:00 P. M., instead of at the regular hour.
Howard It. Mayerr.
School of Education Assembly:
'The first School of Education Assemby of the year will be eld at the
University High School Auditorium on Tuleda, October 27th, at 4 :00
P. M. Dean Whitney will speak on, "Tendencies and ecent Changes in
the Requirements for Teaching." All students are welcome, whether en-
rolledin the School of Education or not.
S. A. Courtis, Cairmnm Student Welfare Comittee.
Tan ,.Beta EP:
There will be a meeting of Tau Beta Pi at the Union on Tueday, Octo-
ber 27, at 6:00 P. M.
I. van Osnbruggen, Sc'y.
Ushers-Oratorical Association Lecture Course:
It is essential that all the ushers be at the Auditorium at 7 :20 Tuesday
evening. In order for the ushers to be properly stationed when the doors
are opened, they should enter at the back door off Thye street.
Hobert S. Mil11er, Head sher.
Physics colloquium:1
The Physics Colloquium will meet at 4:15 P1. M. Tuesday, October 27th,
in Room 1041, New Physics Building. Dr. 0. S. Duffedach will speak on
"The Distribution of Potential in Low Voltage Arcs." All interested are
cordially invited to attend. It. A. Saer.
II Circolo Italano:
There will be a meeting of TI Circolo Italiano Wedncsday evening, Octo-
her,28, 1925, at4 7:30, Room 202 South Wing. Everyone interested in things
Italian is cordially invited. As this is the first metin of the year, old
members are particularly requested to be present as there are several im-
portant questions to be discussed. An interesting program has been planne.
,r..,.rances Boring, President.
Studentf' fljrlstlan Association:
Ma~fplr,Rpbert A. Campbell speaks on the topic-"What Are We Here
For?" at Lane Hall, Tuesday evening, 7:30, Oct. 27, nder the auspices of
the S. C. A. Vocational Committee. Hal 1i'ilians.
Mathiejttkal Club:
Luxml.op. for the Club will beC served in te Michigan Union, Wednes-
day, Otobr,8, at 12:15.

WHAT'S GOING ON
Notices to appear in this column mlust
be left in the box at the Daily office I
Provdedfor watpurpose before 4
TUESDAY
I I:00-First School of Education as-
sembly in University high schoolI
auditorium.
4:14-1hys cs olloquiumIIIinl rooml
1041, new Physics building.
6 :(10-Tau Beta Pi imeets at the Un-
ion.
7:30(-3Mayor Robert A. Canmpbell
speaks at Lane hall. , .
:0-Acolytes nmeet iroom 16 la
son ball.
S :00-Col. iLaurancee 1rIggs speaks;
on aviation in lill auditorium.
WE DNESD)AY
11:1r~--Matlteniatical club luncheon in
the Union.
7 :fM0-1eting of Xii's Educational
club, and all others interested, in
room 306, Union.
7 :30-Saginaw club nmets in room
304, Union.
7 :30-111 Circolo Italiano meets in
room 202, 5. W.
Pawlowski Talks
Prof. F. W. Pawlowski, of the aer o-'
nautical department, addressed the
Chamber of Commerce at Grand
Rapids recently on the subject of
"The Future of Aeronautics." In the
course of =his talk, Professor Pawlow-
ski, said:, "Thre demand of the age isI
for speed_'-and aircraft is the logicall
means of" attaining this. Rail and
water transportation have practically
reached the maximum speed it is pos-
sible to develop in them."
Only box seats, and comparatively
few of them 'are left for the Army-
Navy game in New York. The Har-
yard stadium has been sold out for '
the Harvard-Dartmouth contest. All
Yale bowl seats for the Army-Yale
contest have been disposed of. Foot-
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Acolytes will meet Tuesday evening, October 27, at S o'clock, in room
106 Masonr Nall. Professor Sellars, who was prevented from attending the
previotl m 'meting, will, introduce a discussion on "The Problem of'Truth
and FIr.~"
G. TI. 'Vnder Laigt, Arelt-Acolyte.
T he regular meeting of Adelphi will be postponed to Wednesday night
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