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TUESDAY, OCTOBERS,. 0267

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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. in. (11:30 a. in. Saturdays).
volume VII TLESDAY,OCTOBER 5, 196 Number 7
Faculty, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
Your attention is called to the Attendance 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. R Humphireys, Asst. Dean.
Interfraterniity Council:
The first meeting of the Interfpaternity Council will be held in Room
304, Michigan Union, at 4:15 P. M., Tuesday, October 5th. As the officers of
the Council for the college year 1926-1927 are to be elected at this meeting,
it is extremely important that every fraternity be represented. 0
J. A. Bursey.
Freshman Women:
Freshman Women whose names begin with the letters M to Z are re
quired to attend an Organization Lecture October 5, at 7:00 o'clock, in Sarah
Caswell Angell Fall, Barbour Gymnasium. Attendance at these lectures is
required of all entering women.
Alice C. Lloyd, Adviser of Women.
Mathematics 155.. Elliptic and Hyperbolic Functions:
Meeting of the class on Wednesday, October 6, at 1 P. M., in Room
247 West Engineering' Building.
B F. Dostal.
History 237:
Hispanic American seminar will meet in Room 308 Library Tuesday
4-6. A. S. Alton.
Hygiene 210 (Seminar):
Hygiene 210 (Seminar) will meet Tuesday, October th, Room 20
Waterman Gymnasium. All graduate students in Public Health are ex-
pected to attend. All interested students are invited.
t, John Sundvall.
Sociology 51 and 251:
Seating assignments: The first row in each lecture section is re-
served for graduates, who will occupy places there without individual as-
signment. Undergraduates will be given their seat numbers by their quiz
instructors, or they may obtain them at my office (108 Ec.) before the
next meeting of their lecture section.
R. H. Holmes.
A. S. C. E. Meeting:
The first meeting of the A. S. C.E. for this year will lbe held in Room
304 of the Union on Tuesday, Oct. 5, at 7 P. M.
Ralph B. Ehlers, Pres.
Alpha Nut
Alpha Nu Debating Society. will meet for the first time this semester
on Tuesday, October 5, at 7:30 P. M., in the chapter room on the fourth
floor of Angell Hall.. The program will consist of short extemporaneous
speeches followed by a very important business meeting. Freshmen In-
terested in public speaking are especially invited to attend this meeting.
Robt. E. MFIinnich, Pres.
Adelphi House of Representatives:
t Members are requested to be present at the meeting of the House
tonight at 7:30 o'clock. All "men on campus interested in forensic activities
are cordially invited to come to the society rooms on the fourth floor of
Angell Hall. The evening's discussion will pertain to the question of
Birth Control.
Russell M. Sanderson, Chairman Membership Committee.
Athenia Literary Society:
Athenia Literary Society will hold an important business meeting in
the Athena rooms on Tuesday, Oct. 5th, at 7:15 P. M. All members are
urged to be, present as plans for the coming year will be discussed.
Florence A. Pollock, President,
Portia Literary Society:
There will be an Important meeting on Tuesday, October , at 7:15
P. M. in the Portia rooms. All members are urged to be present.
Miriam M. Olden, President.
University Symphony Orchestra Tryouts:
Tryouts for the University Symphony-Orchestra will be held Tuesday
and Wednesday evening of this week, from 7-8, at the University School of

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legislator, is representative for a large! Dewey Young, another student aegis- sed dance floor. ..S.
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office of city editor of the Marshall and as far as is known to them there 4'e E setP a et
Messenger. Grady Woodruff has is at -the present time no other schoolU LE.T ea ist P ce o
taken a unique place among student which approaches their ,mark. ; it
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University Girls' Glee Club Tryouts:tfr
Tryouts for the University Girls' Glee Club will be held today, Tues--
day, at 4:30 and Wednesday. at 3:30 In Studio 216, School of Music.A nt m
Mary Kent-Miller, President. I XtlTt~~
Comedy Club:
There will be an important meeting of Comedy Club op~ Wednesday We are now Otte evenings
October 6, at 4 o'clock in Room 203 University Hall. Because of the lack tltl1 .M n l a
of sufficient addresses, the secretary will be unable to bend out individual utl1 .M n l a Quickly and perfectly
notices. Consequently this will be the only notice given. Sundaonybs.den etod
Valentine L. Davies, Pres. i=conbymdr teid
2No matter what your floral -and we have your pr-
Choral Union Ushers :==t
Starting - Wednesday morning, October 6th, the names of Ushers, will watw1r2pnadtai eoeyu nwla
be given in 'this bulletin, who lDave been chosen for the Choral Union Con- eady to serve youk at any z
certs and Extra Series, for the season of 1926-1927. .:
Sceue e Wednesday-Main floor, stage aind check rooms. 2
Thursday-First balcony and tickets."Oe Evins ndSna" SteS.LwDalI''1
Friday-Second balcony and extras"pnEeigadSuayttet. oppositeLa Bldg. Dil53
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To All House Presidents:2_________________________
Membership lists for the Students' Directory should be handed In at Shop
the office In, the Press Building by 6 o'clock ,tomorrow afternoon. The na e2ut e 'yp w it n i l h bei a r e n peld o rety
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name mut betypwriten n alhabtica orer ad selle correcly.State at ierty V
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above te list.Phone M
abovethe ist.Louis Robertson, Editor.
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