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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1925

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. in. Saturdays).
Volume VI SATUI{1DAY, OCTOBER 3, 192:i lumber 11
.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 tray be put on reference in the main reading room for Sunday use on
application Saturday evening at the desk from which they may ordinarily
be drawn.
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. W. W. Bishop.
Librarian.
Faculty, College of I[terature, Science, and the Arts:
Your attention is called to the AttendancA Report Cards which are
being distributed through the Dean's messenger service. All instructors
are asked to read carefully the directions on the back, and to deposit the
necessary reports in the Dean's messenger boxes.
More cards may be had at any time upon application, either in person
or by telephone, at my office. W. I. iHumphreys, Asst. Dean.
To Members of the Faculties-Inauguration of President Little:
President Little will be formally inaugurated November 2, 1925.
All members of the University Faculties are cordially invited and re-
quested to take part in the academic procession and the inauguration
ceremonies. It is expected that the procession will assemble at 10 a. m.
and march to Hill Auditorium at 10:30, and that the inauguration will be-
gin promptly at 11 a. m.
Academic costume will be worn.
Arrangements have been made with Mr. George J. Moe whereby mem-
bers of the faculty may rent through him caps, gowns, and hoods.
Inauguration Committee.
All Student Organizations:
In order to bring the files up to date, it is requested that fraternities.
sororities and all other student organizations send as soon as possible to
the Office of the Dean of Students, Room 2, University Hall, a list of the
officers for the current year. J. A. Bursley, Dean.
University Scholarship:
A scholarship, value of $250, for this year is open to a woman student,
preferably from Cook County, Ill., (Chicago) or from Philadelphia. This
scholarship has recently been founded by Mr. John W. Schell, in memory
of his wife. Applicants should apply to the Secretary to Dean Effinger for
a blank, and return same after it has been filled out to the Dean's office.
The award will be made early in November.
H: P. Thieme, Chairnoaj Scholarship Committee.
The Eta Krom Prize in Sociology:
The Eita Krom prize, consisting of the interest on a gift of $1,000
amounting to about $50, will be awarded in June, 1926, to the best socio
logical paper of three thousand to five thousand words submitted by an un-
gergraduate and presenting the results of a study having in view the social
betterment of the writer's own community, or of some community with
which he is familiar. Papers must be submitted by May 1, 1926. The com-
petition is open to all undergraduates whether members of classes of
sociology or not, but must show at least such knowledge of that subject as
should Pe gained by work equivalent to the beginning course at this Uni-
versity. C. 11. Cooley.
College of Engineering:
All new students having entrance and advanced credit credentials in
their possession, are requested to return them at once to the office of the
Assistant Dean. O. IV. Patterson.
Graduate Students in Chemical Engineering:
' The regular luncheon for staff and graduate students in the Depart-
ment of Chemical Engineering will be resumed Tuesday, October 6.
Alfred H. White.

Geography 1:
Revised seating list is now posted on bulletin near Room 25, A. H.
Consult this list before next Tuesday and locate your new seat. Only those
persons whose names appear on the list are included in the course. Errors
should be reported to Mr. Vosburg in Room 9, A. H., Monday afternown h'1-
tween 3 and 4:30. 1'. E. Jamiies.
Magazine Writing-Journalism' 157:
Class will meet Monday night from 8 to 10 o'clock in Room 407, Library,
Howard P. Joines, linstructor.
University of Michigan Band:
The Varsity Band will meet at Morris Hall, Saturday, Oct. 3, 1:30 P. M.,
to play for the M. S. C. game. Only those men named on the tentative list
need report. ....T. C. Schneirla, Pres.
Cosmopolitan Club: Executive Council:
The Executive council of the club meets at 4:30 on Monday, October
5th, in Room 302 University Hall. All officers, committee chairmen, ar d
committee members should be present. N. M. Malik, PTres.
Cosmopolitan Club:
I' ofessor and Mrs. E. C. Goddard cordially invite all members and
prospective members of the Cosmopolitan Club to a reception at their home,
1212 Hill Street, at 8:00 o'clock on Saturday evening, October 3rd.
Nur M. Malik, Pres.

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To Give College
Football Scores

Sociology, 51, conducted by Prof. Paris, Oct. 2.-Rene Fouck, France's
C. H. Cooley, was also overcrowded, greatest fighting flier in the World
the 200 who registered last being war, sailed for New York yesterday
forced to withdraw. to study avaition at the invitation of
the Wasington government.
Manila, Oct. 2 - Six deaths from
cholera and 20 new suspected cases Read the W ant Ads
have been reported.

j cores of every important game in
the country this afternoon will be

postedy quarters in the tap rooml ll
and also in the hillard room of the
Union. A large blackboard will be=-
erected in the tap room and the board E ig h t
{ now located in the billard room will
be used for the scores which will be
furn is'd 1,y special wire to the Union. , to order that
This practice will be continued
throughout the football season. Re-
- eovratleimmediately Oratorical Association Lecture -
Many Are ForcediiTc
To Drop CoursesCusT
- ~ B Mail-
More than 150 students who had
elected Prof. W. B. Pillsbury's course Mail Order to Treasurer,
in psehology 31 were not admitted to -
quiz sections, since there is only room Room 3211 Angell Hall
for 500. These students may elect the
course a ain the second semester. -
Enclose self addressed stamped envelope.
Learn the Latest PRICES $3.50, $3.00, $2.50 -
31odern Dance_
COURSE OF TEN LECTURES
CHARLESTON
Open Daily 10 A. M. to 10 P. X.
We teach all modern, fancy,
ballet, stage, tango and folk
dances for children and adults.
TERRACE GARDEWN STUDIO raeI W l o e State!
22 Wuerth Arcade ic :
Phone 8328
There's a fine eating cstablishmnent at State

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News From Other Colleges

University of North Dakota.-The
custom of having a first and a reserve
band will be inaugurated here this
year, according to plans of GeorgeI
Strickling, director. Fifty men haveI
already signed for positions.
Lafayette College.- Charles Yuan,
grandson of Yuan Shekai, first presi-
dent of the Chinese Republic, has
enrolled as a freshman here. Yuan is
taking a course in mining engineer-
ing.
University of Wisconsin.-Pres. Glen
Frank, :speaking at the Dedication day
ceremonies of the University of Wis-'
consin, claimed that in no common-
wealth of the United States had the
economic interests of the people been
more soundly served, or the common
life of the state more profoundly en-
riched by education than in Wiscon-
sin.

University of North Dakota.-Since
1883, the year in which the first build-
ing, Merrifield hall, was erected, 15
buildings have been built on the cam-
pus of the University of -North Da-
kota.
University of Wisconsin.- Figures
Just made public reveal that non-fru-
ternity men of the University of Wis-
consin, during the second semester
of the year 1924-1925, received higher
grades than fraternity men.
University of Texas.-Four students
between the ages of 61 and 70 were

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division of extension during t
year. There were in all, 5,931 s
taking correspondence -courses
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Gilbert's Chocolates
Fresh and Delicious
Panamas-Very Best-Bitter Sweets, etc.
Gilbert's are always favorites
Eberbach & Son Co.
200-202 E. Liberty St.

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She opened the package, and
OH joy! out popped his
photograph, just like life.
"I certainly must visit the
Spedding Studio at once,
and have mine taken for
"him."

and Washington streets.

The short order service is excellent.
a la Grange.

The pies are slated for
honors this season.

Vcstcrn Con fiizCeC-C

You can get a lunch or a meal at any time
of day. Whether it's a sandwich or a porterhouse
you'll he given quick and prompt at'er tion.
The 50c lunch is stuffed with appeteasing vta
mines.
Our Dollar inner for Sunday will be announced bomorrok'

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WHAT'S GOING ON
Notices to a ppear in this column must
be left in the box at the Daily office
provided for 'sat purpose before 4
o'clock preceedizgg tkie day of issue.
SATURDAY
6:00--Baptist students meet at Guild
house for breakfast hike.
1 :30-Tarsity band meets at Harris
hall.
3:00-Michigan vs. M. S. C. at Ferry{
field. 4.... ....1
:00-8:00-Upper Room Bible class!
meets in Lane hall.
8:00-Craftsman club have smoker at
the Masonic temple.
8:00-Cosmopolitan club is given a
reception at 1212 Hill street.
9:00-Dance in Union assembly hall,.
preference all laws.j
SUNDAY
9:00--Student volunteers meet In
Ilane hall.
11:00-Ann Arbor Evangelical church
service at Lane hall.
12:00-Congregational student class.
es discuss "Religion and Life."
12:00-Religlous educiltion classes led
by Professor Waterman and Dr.1
Chapman at the Guild house.
2:00-3:30-Chinese departnaient Sun-
day school student section meets at
the office, First Methodist church.I
5:30--Fireside supper and chat, atl
the Congregational church. Rev.I
Jump' speaks on "What Harry Fos-I
dick Believes."
5:30-Baptist guild friendship hourl
at the Guild house.I
6;30-Baptlst guild devotional meet.
ing'at the Guild house.
8:00-otion plcture service at the
Congregational church. Agnes AyresI
in "Worldly Goods."
Hammonton, N. J., Oct. 2. - A
family has left home in fear of a
tarantula" which vanished after drop-
ping from a bunch of bananas.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.

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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
State and Washington Streets.
REV. ARTHUR W. STALKER, Pastor
DONALD TUIMERMAN, MARGARET H. STAIR
Associate Directors of Student Activities
10:30-Morning worship. Pastor's subject: "A Man Who Was Mistaken."
12:00-12:45-Dr. Stalker's class for upperclassmen. Miss Stair and Mr.
Timmerman will lead Freshmen women and Freshmen men
on "Facing Student Problems."
6:00-7:00-Earl Sawyer, leader. "Following the Crowd."
7:007:30-Open House.
7:30-University Service. Hill Auditorium.

DISCIPLES
CHURCH OF CHRIST
'orner Hill and Tappan
Two Blocks Back of the Law Club.
KENNETh B. BOWEN, Minister
9:30-Bible School.
10:30-Morning worship. Speaker, Mr. S. R. Bradley.
12:00-High School group. Teacher, Mrs. Bowen.
12:00-Students' group. Teacher "Father" Iden. Open to all students.
5:30-Students' social hour in new club room. A lunch will be served.

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First Congregational Church-
"The Church of a Thousand Congregal lonal Students"
HERBERT AT'('INSON JUIP, Ilinister
E. KNOX JI'ICIELL, Jr., University Pastor
LUCY HI BEll, Secretary iVomen htuden ts
10:45-Service of worship. Sermon by Mr. Jump: "Jesus, An Asset."
12:00-Religious discussion classes for men and women students in
Pilgrim Ball and church parlors.
4:30-Iigh School Federation. Miss Eunice Fetterly will speak on
"Ranch Life."
5:30-Student Supper and social hour.
6:30--Fireside Chat. Mr. Jump will discuss: "What Harry' Fosdick
Believes."
8:00-Motion picture service. Agnes Ayres in "Worldly Goods."

6:30-Christian Endeavor.
7:30-University service.

Licader,
Speaker,

Miss Helen Palenius.
President Little.

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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Huron Street Between State and Division
It. EDWARD SAYLES, Minister
HOWARD R. CHAPMAN, Minister of University Students
10:30-"The Startling Christ."
12:00-Bible School.
12:00-Student Classes in Guild House. Two classes begin work today.
"how the Bible Grew," talk by Mr. Chapman. "How the
Bible Has Reached Us," by Dr. Waterman.

ST. PAULS' LUTHERAN
CHIURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Third and West Huron Streets
C. A. BRAUER, Minister.
Phone 22341
Oct. 4th
8:30 A. M.-Preparatory, German.
9:00 A. M.-Sermon and Holy
Communion in German.
10:30 A. M.-Preparatory, English.
11:00 A. M.-Sermon and Holy
Communion in English.
No Bible Class this Sunday.
2:30 P. M.-Voters' meeting.
5:30-7:30 P. M.-Student Club at
the parsonage.
You are invited.

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ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
W1a'h.ingtol St. and Fifth Ave.
E. C. STELLHORN, Pastor.
TO THE STUDENT:
You need the help the church af
fords. Others need the help your
example affords.
9:00-13ible study hour.
10: 30-Service with sermon on:
"What Is the A ostles'
Creed?" This will be the
second of a series of sermons
on the Apostles Creed.
5:30-Student supper.
6:30-Student forum.

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UNITARIAN CHURCH
State Street at h Iio,0
SIDhINEY S. ROBINS, Minister
PHIILI P . LARO WE, Musicalr I ector
October 1, 192-
10:45
Morning Service
"The Dire -Confusion About Religion"
The first in a series of sermons on "1UiI4GION FOR TIlE UNRELI-
GIOUS." Reference to article by A. K. Wiggam, "The Religion
of a Scientist," in the August number of "The World's Work."
5:30
Students' Candlelight Supper.
6:15
Meeting of Students' Union.
Professor E. Blythe Stason leads discussion on
"Legal Aspects of the Scopes Trial."
7:30
University Service
President Little at Auditorium.

5:30-Students' Friendship Hour.

6:30-Devotional meeting. Subject: "Springs of Christian
Wilmer Wright, leader.

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Corner Division and Catherine Streets
HENRY LEWIS, Rector
II. L. LONSDALE, Associate
MRS. F. W. PETERSON, Student Secretary
8:00 A. M.-Holy. Communion.
0. --'f) A NT -Chnr.,, M n e,-. in Rni r ia cT-a1

FIRST CHURCH OF
CHRIST, SCIENTIST
409 South DiTision St.
10:30 A. M.-Regular morning ser-
vice; topic, "Unreality."
11:45 A. M.-Sunday School fol-
lowing the morning service.

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BETHLEHEM EVANGELI=
CAL CHURCH
(EIvangelical Synod of N. A.)
Fourth Ave. Between William and
Packard
9 A. M.-Sunday school and adult
classes.
10:00 A. M.-English service.

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Iuron and Division
MERLE I I NANDEISO.N, ister
326 South Division St.
LEWIS C. REIMANN, Secretatry for Men.
MRS. NELLIE B. CADWELL, Secretary fr Wo imei.
10:45
hear Dr. Anderson on
"hUNGER, T HE CONDITION OF' BLESSENG."

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