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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1926

PAGE EIGHT

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. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays).
Volume VII FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1926 Number 10
Parking Space:
Attention of all concrned is called to the fact that a parking space
sufficient for sixty or more cars has been provided by the University in the
rear of the Michigan Union. This space is accessible from either State
Street or Thompson Street.
University Committee on Parking.
Geography 2:
For those who missed the examination in this course last June, there
will be a make up examination in Room 21, Angell Hall, at 9 o'clock, on
Saturday, October 9.
Stanley ). Dodge.
School. of Religion:
Religion 25, Primitive Religion in India, will meet at 10 Monday, Wed-
nesday, and Friday in Room B, Newberry Hall instead of at X9:00 as an-
nounced in the bulletin.
L. Watertuan.
Special Problems in The Teaching of English:
The meetings of this class have been set for Saturday morning, 9:11
o'clock, in Room 406 of the General Library.
C. C. Fries.
Sanskirt 101:
Classes in Sanskirt 101, will meet, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6:30
to 8 p. m. in Room 2014 Angell Hall.
C. G. Kulkarni.
United States Marine Band:
The United States Marine Band of nearly one hundred players will
give a concert in Hill Auditorium in the Extra Concert Series on Saturday
evening, October 9th at eight o'clock. The following program will be
played: Overture "Tannhauser" (Richard Wagner) ; "The Young Prince
and the Young Princess" from "Scheherazade" (Nicholas Rimsky-Korsa-.
kow); Solo for Cornet-Scherzo "Showers of Gold" (Herbert Clarke) John
P. White; Tone Poem "Finlandia" (Jean Sibelius); "Rondo Capriccioso"
(Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy); Waltz "The Bachelors" (William H.
Santelmann); Solo for Trombone "Thoughts of Love" (Arthur Pryor)
Robert E. Clark; Hungarian "Rhapsody" No. 14 (Franz Liszt); The Star
Spangled Banner.
The management of the University School of Music requests that hold-
ers of course tickets detach before leaving home and present for admission
coupon "A". It is also requested that the audience come on time, as the
doors will be closed during numbers. Tickets may be purchased at the
University School of Music until Saturday noon, while in the afternoon
and before the concert in the evening the box office in Hill Auditorium
will be open.
Charles A. Sink.
University Girl's Glee Club:
Tryouts will be held this. afternoon from 3:30 until 6:00 in Studio 216
School of Music. The tryout time has been extended on account of the
number of tryouts.
Mary Kent-Miller, President.
Faculty Concert:
Bomar Cramer, head of the piano department of the Indiana College of
Music and Fine Arts, Indianapolis, Indiana, will appear as guest artist in
the Faculty concert in Hill Auditorium, Sunday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock.
The general public, with the exception of small children, is cordially in-
vited to attend.
The program will be as follows:-Andantino and Variations (Schubert
Taussig); Sonata Op. 53 (Beethoven); Nocturne E major, Etude, F major,
Three Scotch Dances, Fantaisie (Chopin); Triana (Albeniz); Etude Tableau,

B minor (Rachmaninoff), Prelude E flat major (Rachmaninoff), Prelude
(Liadow); Theme and Variatiois (Paganini-Liszt).
Charles A. Sink.
Graduate Women:
Tugsday, October 12th, at 4 p. in. there will be a meeting at the Y. W.
C. A. Coffee Room in Newberry Hall for all women enrolled in the Graduate
School and all women having a Bachelors degree from a recognized col-
lege. The purpose of this meeting is to organize a club that will furnish aI
means whereby the graduate women of the different departments of the
University may become better acquainted with each other and with the
work in the different departments.
E. Wilson,
H. Green:
Committee on Organization.
University of Michigan Varsity Reserve Band Candidates:
All musicians that desire to try out for the Reserve band please meet
at Morris Hall today from 4 to 6 p. m. Freshmen are eligible.
Nicholos D. Falcone, Director.
Choral Union Ushers:
The following men have been assigned places for ushering on Second
Balcony during Choral Union Concerts and Extra Series for 1926-1927.1
Cards can be obtained in Room 101, Economics Building today from 5 to
6 p m.
Second Balcony
Failing, F. P.-Head Pierce, C. R.
Aldrich, E. G. Burl, R.
Rowe, S. N. Heyhoe, G.
Thornthwaite, Fred Harrington, Ger.
Lister, W. II. Sundeli, L.
Blaine, J. P. Braidwood, W.
Simmon, W. E. Dainiler, R.
Schermerhorn, E. B. Fuller, D.
Whiting, M. E. Elliott, A. B.
Gulden, E. W. Martin, G. T.
Trautwine, W. R. Shafer, O. J.
Diffley, J. E. Farnsworth, U. J.
Shannon, W. H. Wurtsmith, F. L.
Altshaller, L. Burkman, N. W.I
Gustafson, C. Jacobson, A. V.
Stayner, F. L. Lundquist, K. V.
Lifchitz, Sam Burns, R. E.
Wong, T. K. Torgou, A. M.
Hedrick, E. T. Tater, John H.
Kenfield, R. Goshkin, Max
Stone, H. B. Bingham, Clifford J.
Meekel, H. G. Lasca, M. P.
Spoor, L. Nunneley, W.
The following men will report at each concert for spacial assignment.
Cards for these Extras can be obtained from Mr. Pierce at Hill Auditorium
Office, Ingalls street entrance between 7 and 7:15 Saturday evening, Oc-
tober 9th.
Schrade, J. Shelters, R.
Grassl, A. F. Osborn, W. R.
Nielsen, H. H. Schiller, G. M.
Snell, E. Brownell, D. H.
Shoemaker, B. M. Van Loo, J. R.
Hilburger, E. A. Burns, D. R.
Bohnett, L. Sundell, D. L.
Fillmore, D.
W. A. Davenport, Assistant Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds.

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NIGHTCOMPlETE
Varsity Band Is Included on Program
11t' fi l'l re Facuti 1y )lenmbers
Iii First Concert
NOTABLESWILL ATTEND
Speeches by three members of the
faculty and by one of the Regents,
with five musical periods between the
four minute talks, will comprise the
first of the Michigan Night Radio pro-
grams which will be broadcast Oct.
15 through the Detroit News station
WWJ, according to Waldo Abbot of
the rhetoric department, who is pro-
gram manager.
Regent Walter H. Sawyer, '84H, of
Hillsdale, is the first of the speakers
and will be followed by Fielding H.
Yost, director of intercollegiate ath-
letics, Edward H. Kraus, dean of the
summer session and dean of the Col-
lege of Pharmacy, and Prof. William
H. Hobbs of the geology department.
The Varsity band, playing selections
that will be heard on Ferry field the
following day, will furnish the musical
numbers.
This is the first of a series of 14
programs which will be broadcast
throughout the year and at the com-
pletion of theseries a bulletin con-
taining all of the radio speeches will
be published and mailed to any of the
listeners who send their request eith-
er to the University or the Detroit
News.

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Tryouts for the University Sym-
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and rehearsals are to begin immedi-
ately. Samuel P. Lockwood, director;
says that the brass section whichtis
usually weak will be strong this
year, especially in the trombones and
tubas.
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