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 the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. mn. (11:30 a. mn. Saturdays).
Thle class meets in Room 231, Angell Hall (basement at north end)
Mondays and Fridays at 11 o'clock. Win. 11. Ilobbs.
SUINDAYSEPTEMBERL 27, 1925
Geology 1j3 Cii1artcristlcs of Existing Glacier-s:
The class will meet Monday at 4:30 o'clock' in1
1Elcmientary Italian for Graduate Students:
j The class in Elementary Italian for graduate
4:30 o'clock Monday in,lnopm 301 South lWing.
Room 223, Natural Sci-
W1lliam 11. IHobbis.
students will meet at
M. De Filippis.
imnes: 7 :if 1.4110,111t chiipter of A. S. C. E.
'there will be an important business meeting of Mimces this afternoon ;~ eSa teUin
ait 3 o'clock in the Mines Theatre. Robert iendersoti, lres. '--______---______
MaisnWi., Sept. 2.-More than11
R~. 0. T1. C.-Adv anced Uiformis: 2,o000 University of Wisconizsn freshx-
A. re~re.,;eutative of the Unilform contractor will be at the It. 0. T1 C., ich \will be welcomted Friday by thie
Buildin from 9:00 A.-lA]. to 5:00 P., M. Wednesday, Sept. 30th, to take inca';- s=ixth arnual ontdloor pageanlt7 called
Iuremnents for advanced uniforms. All men entering the advanced cors the "Varsity Welcome."
this semester will report between the hours stated for measurements.
IL. I. Brick~er. Read the Classified) Page-it pays.
Cmain. floor of Waterman gynmnas-f
KWhIAT'S GOING ON s u.I TIKO T
Notce toa;pea i tis ohrnnmut :305:3-Last try outs for t1,11I- Fine, 6-room hiouse, five blocks
Noties t apiear n tis clumnmust i south of camlpus, for' only $9,000.
be frft in the nox at the Daily office versity of Michigan Glee club are T'erms. P'ossession ait once.
hi, ddfrotproebfr.4lo'clock prec!eIing te (lay of isbue. held in room 308, Union. It's a'bt gan. ox 3,Daily.
To the Deans:
There will be a Conference of the Deans Wednesday, September 30, at
10 a. m,. in the President's office. C1. C. Little.
University Library, Sunday Opening:
The main reading and periodical rooms only are open on Sunday. The
hours are 2 to 9 P. M. Books shelved in other parts of the Library Build-
ing may be put on reference in the main reading room for Sunday use on
application Saturday evening at the desk from which they may ordinarily
This does not apply to books shelved in buildings other than the
Library. Most books in the Departmental Libraries may be drawn for home
use over Sunday during the last hour the Departmental Library is open on
Saturday. IV. W. 13ishop .
University Women: Uijperelass:
The first lecture to upperclass women, on Campus Organization, will be
given Tuesday evening, September 29th, at 7:00 o'clock, in Sarah Caswell
Angell Hall, Barbour gymnasium. Attendance of all upperclass women
who are in their first year on the campus is required. Please bring blue-
books and pens. Jean Hamilton,
Dean of Women.
University Women :freshinan Class:
SThe first lecture to frehinen women, on Campus Organization, will be
given Wednesday afternoon, September 30th, at 4:15 o'clock, iii Sarah Gas-
'w'll Angell Hall, Barbour Gymnasium. 'Attendance of all freshmen women
Is- required. Please bring blue-books and pens.
Jean Hmnilt on, Decan of Women.
Committee on Student Loans :
There will be a meeting of the Committee on Student Loan Funds, Mon.
day, September 28, 1925.
SStudents applying for loans should present themselves at Room 2,
University Hall at the following hours:
Literary College ...............................2:00 P. M.
Law School......... ................2:30 P. M.
-Engineering College............. .......... .....2:40 P. M.
Medical School................................:00 P. M.
Dental College................... ..,........3:15 P. M.
Graduate School .... .......... .............-*3:45 P. M.
J. A. Bursicy, Cliairmam Committee on Student Loans.
Faculty Directory Cards:
All members of the faculty and administration who have not yet filled
out directory cards should arrange to secure a card from the Registrar's
Office, Room 107, Mason Hall, and to return it not later than 5 11. M~. Mon-
day, September 28. 6 Ira lN. Snmith, Registrar.
Student Mail addressed in Care of the (Ofice of the Registrar:
Thef following persons, not yet regist-red as students, have mail ad-
dressed to them in came of the Offcoft the Registrar, Room 107, Masora
Hall., This office is holding these letters until they are called for by the
Landscape Design 101 and 111:A
Attention is ; 6alleidtoi the fact that these courses are not open to stu-
dents under the rank of junior who are not specializing in Landscape De-
sign.: t .Aubrey Tealdi.
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Studernts in Phlilosphy 31.:Who- have, n(t eeii asighed-l to a discussion
.section will: conle t. ,INM. l i~f 3-°to5;top that prilose.
Philosophy 31: ~7I'
The discussion sections in Philosophy 31 are as follows:
Monday at 11-110 Library-Mr. Barker.
Monday at 3-110 Library-Mr. Barker.
Tuesday at 9-110 Library-Mr. Kuiper.
Tuesday at 10-1020 A. H.-Mr. Kuiper.
Tuesday at 1-110 Library-Mr. Kuiper.
Wednesday at 11-110 Libra: y-M~r. Perry.
Wednesday at 1-110 Library--Mr. Barker.
Thursday ;t,9-1,10 Library-Mr. Kuiper.
Thursday at 10-1020 A.i H.-Mr. Kuiper.
Thursday at 1-110 Library-Mr. Perry.
Friday at 9-110 Library,=Mr. Perry.
Friday at 10-1020 A.Y H,-Mr. Perry.
Friday at 11-110 Library-Mr. Barker.
Friday at 1-110 Librdy~~ kr.
Note that the sections on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday at 10 meet in
1020 A. H. instead of 110 Library. John Rhuiper.
The class in Individual Differences will meet in room 6, Angell Hall.
C. lIt. Griiiitts.
My 9 o'clock section Tuesday and. Thursday will henceforth meet in
room 6 Angell Hall instead of P162 Natural Sciene Bl3dg.
It. 1R. Mayberry.
Pol. Sel. 281:
This course will meet Mondays and Wednesdays. at 4 P. M. in 401
Library instead of 406. All who desire to enroll are requested to be pre-
sent Monday, September 28. James Ilart.
Romance Philology 203:
My class in Old French will meet, to arrange hours on Tuesday, Sep-
tember 29th, at, 4 o'clock, in Room 14, East Hall. IE. IL. Adams.
University Sympliony Orchestra Tryouts:
University Symphony Orchestra tryouts will be held at the University
School of Music, Maynard Street, from 7-8 p. mn. on Tuesday and Wednes-
day of this week. Applicants should bring some music with which they
are familiar and which show their technical ability. Freshmen are eligible.
S. P. Lockwood.
Finial Tryouts for Michigan Glee Club;
The last tryouts for- the University of Michigan lce Club will be held
Monday afternoon between 4:30' and 5:30 in Room- 308 of the Michigan
Unio~n, for both the vocal and instrumental seetlonsi'Thors are especially
needed. AutJ.Iremlickj, Manager.
~10 :15-Rcv. _Mr. Jumllp Iprea ches oiln
"Old-New GCrowing;" at the Congre-
12 :00=-ha1 her Idea conalucts student
class in the Chuurch of Christ,' Dis-
12 :0-Baptist guild. Religious edu-
cation classes led by Professor Wat-
erman and Dr. Chapmnan at the
112:00 -sl itiejit classes mawet aat thae
C.ongregational church. Topic:
"Religion and Life."
2:00-3 :30--C(hinese depart iiivmt Sun-
dlay school, student section, rally at
the First Methodlist church, corner
Washington andI No. State streets.
:30-Pliilippine-M liia'un clb neetis
at Lane hall.
3 :00-11udustn iclub meets in Lane
3 :00-M iniesIholhis business meeting
in the Mimes theater.
0:430.7 :30-St. Paul Studiient c'lub meets
at club roms, 420 West Liberty
street. Walter Dreyer, '26L, talksl
oan "Our Student Club."
I :30-Tiltist guild friendship hourh
Iat the Guild house. Refreshments.
I 5:30-Student cafeteria suipper and
social hour at the Congregational
5: 5-MStuident supper at the Unit ar-
6:0)0-W1esleyan guild miets at W1es-
ley hall.rTop~ic" for discussion
"Flow Can the Schools Best Co-op-
erate with the Churches?"
6 :30-1'Senase ind( A onsense at Dayh-
ton" discussion led by Dr. Shepard
fat Unitarian parlors.
6 :30-Baptist guild devotional - eiet-
ing at the Guild house. Topic: "Trhe
6Church in Student Life."
6:30--Comicii Yost speaks on "M3oral
Value of Athletics," at the fireside I
cheat in the Congregational church.
( 3 :0a--_HMot on, picture service at t he
congregational c hurch, showing
ITom Meighan in "Tongues of
3:30-All men interested in trying out
for the gymnastic team meect on the
Vanilla, Raspberry Ice and z ..
Burnt Orange. f order it for
dinner today-the whole house ~
will like it.
THE HOM E OF PURE MILK
H. J. Arnold
George P. Marvelis
T. C. Cook
Ir. M. Smith, Registrar.
This course will meet Thursdays at four o'clock in room 1209 Angell
Hall. H. C. Hutchins.
Owing to an error in the Literary Announcement, Geology was placed
under !Group III instead of Group II, amid uch confusion has arisen,
Changes can still be made by students so as to elect the Geology course.
Wihliani 11. 1lobljs.
Lane Hall Tavern
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Open Daily 10 A. M. to 10 P. M.
'We teach all modlern, fancy,
ballet, stage, tango and folk
dances; for children and adults.
22 'F artli Arcade
strain on your
Secial Dollar Dinner for Sunday
Chicken Broth with Rice
Small Combination Salad
Roast Young Chicken (Stuffed)
Broiled T-Bone Steak
Chicken Stew (Spanish Style)
Fricassee of Chicken (with Green Peas)
Fresh Green Corn, Lima Beans, and Mashed Potatoes
Ice Cream or Pie
Coffee, Tea, or Milk'
Service Table d'hote and a la carte.
by failing to provide
good lighting. Newest
study Lamps are $3.25
Others priced to $8.50
The. Detroit Edison
Mail at William
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