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THE MICHIGAN DAILY'

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1925

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the LUniversity. Copy received by the Assistant t0 the President until
3.: 30 p. mn. (11:30 a. mn. Saturdays).

Volume VI

SFNI)AY, OCTOBER 4, 192

NuirLTr 12

To the eans:
There will be a Conference of the Deans on Wednesday, October 7, at
10 a.im., in the President's office. C. 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
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.
Inter-Fraternity Connell:
The Constitution of the Inter-Fraternity Council provides for a speca.
meeting of the council for the election of officers, the first Tuesday in Octo
ber. This meeting will be held in Room 302, Michigan Union, at 430 P. M.
next Tuesday, October 6th. It is important that all fraternities, members
of the council, be represented at this meeting.
J A. Bursey, Dean.
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 t
the Office of the Dean of Students, Room 2, University I-all, a list of the
officers for the current year. J. A. Bursey, Dea.
Faculty, College of Literature, Science and the Arts:
The first Faculty meeting of the year will be held Monday, October
'6th, at 4:10 P. M. in Room 2225 Angell Hall.
Order of business:
1. Report of the Committee on Extra Hours, by Professor J. W.
Scholl, Chairman.
2. Annual elections.
John 1I. Effinger.
University Women: Upperlass:
The second lecture to uppercass women, on Campus Organization, will
be given Tuesday evening, October 6, at 7:00 o'clock, in Sarah Caswel
'Angell Hall, Barbour Gymnasium. Attendance of all upperlass women
who are in their first year on the campus is required. Please bring blue-
books and pens. ~Jean liauiltoi, Deni of Women.
The Elta Kromn Prize ini Sociology:
The Eta Krom prize, consisting of the interest on a gift of $1,000
amounting to about $50, will be awarded in JTune, 1926, to the best socio-
logical paper of three thousand to five thousand words submitted by an un-
ilergraduate 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 be gained by work equivalent to the beginning course at this Uni-
versity. C. H. Cooley.
Students in the En~gineering College:
No student in the College of Engineering will be allowed by the Hours
Committee to drop any subject without record after six weeks of school or
'October 31.
I'. I. Runinlg,
F. It. Fic,
0. W. Boston,
Hours Committee, College of Engineering.
Seniors in Colleges of Engineering ad Architectue:
Candidate for degrees in Abruary should call at the Secretary's office
to check requirements. C. B. Gree, Assistant Secretary.
There will be an important meeting of the Bugle and Drum Corp,
Tuesday evening at seven o'clock. A few more men are needed and posi--
tions will be open to any men who can qualify. Instruments will be issued
at this time. 1Y. V. Owen, Director.
Junior lResearchi:
.The first meeting of Junior Research will be held Tuesday evening at
7 :40 In Room 162 N. S. Dr. E. F. Barker will present a paper on "Ionization
by Electrons." A social meeting will follow. All members are urged to b~
present. L. R. Wagoner.
Phi Lambda Upsilon:
The first meeting of Phi Lambda Upsilon will be held at 7 p . 01.1o
October 12 in Room 303, Chemistry Building.
James L. Rossner.
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, al
committee members should be present. N. A. 3Malmo, Prs.
Romance Club:
The first dinner an dieeting of the Romance Club will be held in
Rooms 323 and 325 of the Michigan Union on Monday, October 5th, at 6
p. in. Al members unable to be present arc requested to send me wor.

E. L. Adams.

'S. C. A. Cabiniet:
at 1:1. A. Cabinet will mleet at Lane Hall Tavern for Sunday Noon dinni
'Faculty 1Pirectory Cards:
The following persons whose names have been submitted on (kp)a r-
mental check lists have not yet filled out cards for the faculty ietog
It is asked that they call at once at the Office of the Regisirar to iche oen:
these cardIs. The lists already have gone to the pirinter's, but it will lbe
possible to insert the names on the p~roof:
John Alexander Claude S. Kegerreis
F. C. Amstutz Beulah Leathers
Bennett F. Avery George Lendeberg
Russell B. Bailey Mrs. H. Manyon
John E. Bartley Colin C. McCrae
'Ludlow F. Beach Jan Metzelaer
I ThInnah Binhammer M. W. Newcomb
Edith Bishop Vivian North
~Theodore L. Bliss Mrs. J. H. Partridge
William Dickson Elizabeth P. Ranck
EMargaret A. Doerr Henry K. Ranson
-R. E. Dorsie F. M. Reed
Ross H. Firestone Henry Reiff
A. C. Furstenburg T. L. Reitsemna
Louis Garner Clare R. Rittershofer
Audrey E. Gurney Rose Shore
Helen J. Hinckley Bradshaw Swales
D. A. Holm M. J. Thompson
Tom M. Horen L. R. Webber
James L.. Kassner J. Wilson
Ira 31. ,Smith, Iegisirar.

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Fore tersBan uet a~LONON Oct. 3.-Berlin dispatch
fYe E',5 C3?Cu' fsaystheGerman banking. consortium,
1which recently aided the Stinnes in-
Sauinaw forest, University forest terests, has prolonged the credit un-
farm, will be utilized b~y the Forestry til the end of 1926.
club for its next annual steak roast:
and campfire, Tuesday, Oct. 20. Hugh' Patronize Daily Advertisers.
11. Sloss, 'grad, is chairman of the

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WHAT'S GOING ON
Notices to appear in this column must4
be left in the box at the Daily office
provided for gnat purpose before 4
o'clock proceeding th~e day of issue.
SUNDAY
9:00-Student volunteers meet in
Inane hall.
11:00-Ann Arbor Evangellcal churchj
service at Lane hall.
12:00-Congregatlonal student class-
es discuss "Religion and Life."
12:00-Religious education classes led
by Professor Waterman and Dr.
Chapman at the Guild house.
1:15-S. C. A. cabinet meets at Lane
hall tavern for dinner.j
2:0041 :3(}--Clinese departm~ent Sun-

day school studient section meets at
thie office, First Methodist clhurchi.
5:30-7:20- St. Pahl Sl udent club
Imeets at club room, 420 North Lib-
erty street.
5:30-Fireside supper and cleat, at
the Congregational church. Rev.
Jump sp~eaks on "What Harry Fos-
dick Believes."
5:30-Baptist guild frienidshiip hour
at the Guild house.
5:30--Socli at Presbyterian cl-urch
for Michigan men and women.
6:30-Discussion at Presbyl erhm
church.
6 :30-Bapt ist gild devotional meet-
ing at the Guild house.
5:00-Motion picture serice at the!
jCongregational church. Agnes Ayres
in "Worldly Goods."

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- to order that
=Oratorical Association Lecture
Course Ticket
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Mail Order to Treasurer,-
-Room 3211 Angell Hal Y
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PRICES $3.50, $3.00, $2.50
COURSE OF TEN LECTURES
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Tickets for the season lecture(
course of the Oratorical association
will be mailed within the next few
days to all those who have made ap-.
plication, Prof. R. D. T. Hollister, fae--
ulty manager of the association, state(,
yesterday.
More than 800 applications for seats
have been received to date. All or-'
ders will be filled in the order re-
ceived. Public sale of tickets will not
start until Oct. 12, after all applica-
tions for tickets have been filled.
There are still many good seats avail-
able and applications are being re-
ceived daily by the treasurer of thej
association, room 3211, Angell hall. !
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