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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. Saturday.)

senger service and all faculty members are requested to fill out the program 1Ichigan Danil es Meeting:
blanks and return them to this office at their earliest convenience. Addi- The Michigan Dames will hold their first meeting of the school year on
Tonal blanks may be secured by phoning the office. Tuesday evenilig, October 4, at 8 o'clock in the Faculty Women's Club Rooms,
John R. Effinger. 2:N South Ingalls St. All wives of stud ents are very cordially invited to
Faculty, College of Literature, Science and the Arts: attend the opening gathering. Speaker and refreshments.
The first meeting of the Faculty will be held Monday, October 3, at 4:10 Mrs. Zora Webb, President.
p. in. in room 2225 Angell Hall, Election of committee members. _
John R. Effinger. Choral Vnion Concert:
Beniamino Gigli, Italian tenor of the Metropolitan Opera Company, as-
Graduate Students: sisted by Edythe Browning, dramatic soprano, and Vito Carnevali, accom-x
The names of visiting professors (professors from other institutions) panist, will give the following program in the first Choral Union concert,
who are enrolled as graduate students during the present year are desired Friday evening at 8:00 o'clock in hill Auditorium. Aria "O Paradiso" from
in the office of the Graduate School, Room 1014 Angell Hall. L'Africaine (Meyerbeer) Beniamino Gigli; O bei nidi d'amor (Donaudy)
Ruth A, Rouse, Recorder. Tre giorni son 00: nina (Pergolesi) 0 del inio dolce ardor (Gluck) Beniamino-

Noted Doctor Urges
Public Cooperation
To. Safeguard Health
(By Associated Press)
DETROIT, Oct. 1.-Safeguarding the
health of the American people re-
quirescloser, more intelligent and
sympathetic cooperation between the
ediai profession and the general

Volume 8


Number 12.


Notice to All Possessors of Keys to Uniersity Buildings:
For the protection of University property, in September, 1926, the Regents
adopted the following regulations, which should be carefuily read by any
person having a key or keys admitting to any University building or any
room within such building:
1. All keys to University buildings, except the University Hospital, at
present in hands of any person whatsoever, are hereby called in for (1)
checking, or (2) exchange for proper keys, or (3) surrender if in accordance
with provisions below they should not be reissuetd or exchanged.
2. Keys shall hereafter be issued only by the office of the Buildings
and Grounds Department, or its authorized representatives.
3. Keys other than master keys shall be issued on proper receipt (in-
cluding agreement to report loss promptly and to return when use is ended)
to all applying members of the University staff on permanent or indeter-
minate appointments, on approval of their department heads in cases where
such heads have requested no issues except on such approvals. Members
of the University staff on annual or shorter appointments may secure keys,
with approval of department heads, and on deposit of SOc per such key.
Master keys will be issued under the same general conditions, but only on
deposit of $2 per key, for all alike. Exchanges of master keys under (1)
above will not require deposit. Keys for strictly office use (i. e. within
an office by members of the office staff in general) rather than individual
use may be issued without deposit. Deposits will be returned in all cases
on return 'of keys, duplicate receipts for deposits being held in the office
of the Department of Buildings and Grounds, as evidence in case of loss of
original receipts.
41 Every key issued shall be stamped with a special distinguishing
University mark.
5. It will hereafter be regarded as contrary to University policy for any
one to have in his or her possession any key to University buildings or
parts of buildings if such key is not stamped as provided in (4) above. If
such unauthorized keys are found, the case shall be referred to the dean or
other proper head of the University d vision involved for his action in
accordance with this principle. Any watschman or other proper representa-
tive of the Buildings and Grounds 1)Deliartment, or any dean, department
head, or other proper University official shall have the right to inspect keys
believed to open University buildings, at any reasonable time or place.
6, No keys, cylinders, or locks shall be ordered and none shall be
placed except by the Buildings and Grounds Department, which will employ
aA expert in general charge of such m;t:11ers. Hi s headquarters, except dur-
ing the preliminary period mentioned in (1) above sh, ,ii", in the office of
the Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds. For any individual to order,
have made, or permit to be ordered or made, any duplicate of his or her
University key, through unauthorized channels, must be regarded as a
special and wilful disregard of tle sa-ey o University property.
The Buildings and Grounds )eparment has made a careful survey of;
the problems involved in improving the keying system of all University;
buildings and in the reduction to a minimum of the inconvenience and the
time required in the calling in of all keys now outstanding and their reissue
or the issue in their place of proper keys.;
From time to time beginning shortly, notice will be given of the tem-
porary Buildings and Grounds offices in each building, successively, for the
purposes herein mentioned. Please watch this column for notice in the
case of each building for which you have any key.
There is a genuine necessity, in the protection of University property,
for the very considerable aomunt of work anticipated, and the prompt
cooperation of all is solicited to the end of reducing to a minimum the in-1
convenience and the expense.
Shirley W. Smth.

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Faculty, 'ollege of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
Your attention is called to the attendance report cards which are b
distributed through the Dean's messenger service. All instructors are as
to read carefully the directions on the back, and to deposit the necest
reports in the dean's messenger boxes.
More cards may be had at any time upon application, either in person
by telephone, at 1220 Angell Hall.
Mary A. Cutting, Secretary to the Asst. Dean.

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Gigli; Aria "'leurex, pleurex nes yeux" from Le Cid (Massenet); Chansom lIi H.Martin,1of1Chicago,director-
Triste (Duparc) ; Chere Nuit (Bachele t) Edythe Browning; Aria "M' appari"I general of the American College of
from Martha (Flotow) Beniamino Gigli; Come love with me (English) (Car- Surgeons, who is at the Book-Cadillac
nevali) ; Life (English) (Curran) ; Tes yeux (French) (Rabey);T Un reve hotel making final preparai ao
(French) (Grief) Benianino Gigli; A feast of lanterns (Granville Bantock);, he fiv-da anal preparations for
y oeo'er the water bends dlreaming V ~ ao;Ara"aepc' the five-dcay annual clinical congress
My love o'e h ae ed raig (Vito Moscato) ; Aria, "Pace, pace of the college in Detroit, beginning
from La Forza Del Destino (Verdi) ; Edythe Browning; Aria "Vesti la i next Monday.
giubba" from Pagliacci (Leoncavello) Beniamino Gigli . "The suspicion that the medical pro-
Charles A. Sink. fession may be attempting to advertise
its services whenever a public appeal
Phi Lambnhda Upsilons: is made by the profession is a result
The first meeting of Delta chapter will be held Monday, October 3, in of the unfortunate advertising activi-
room 303 Chemistry building. All members are requested to attend, at 7:15 o h r s


School of Education:
The first regular faculty meeting for the year will be held on Monday,
October 3, at 4:15 p. m. in Room 1009 Tappan Hall. A full attendance is
C. 0. Davis, Secretary.
Economics 153:
I shall meet my classes again on Wednesday. Assignment, Rufener
Chapter 5.
G. S. Peterson. !
Engineering Mechanics 12:
Dr. S. Timoshenko will meet those who are interested in his advanced
course, "The Theory of Elasticity," in room 340 West Engineering building,
at 7:45, Monday evening, October 3, 1927.
Dr. Timoshenko comes to the University after 20 years teaching experi-'
ence in Kiev university and Petrograd Polytechnic institute. For the past five;
years he has been engaged as consulting engineer for the Westinghouse Elec-
tric and Manufacturing company, of Pittsburgh, Pa.
George IV. Patterson.
Athena Tryouts:
Athena Literary society will hold its first tryouts on Tuesday, October
4, in Athena rooms on fourth floor Angell hall. Anyone desiring to try out
should report at 7:30 prepared to give a short talk of about three minutes
in length on any subject in which they are interested. Freshman girls are,
especially urged to try out at this time.
Pauline E. Zoller, President.
Men's Education Club:
The Men's Education Club will hold its first meeting for the year in room
302 at the Michigan Union, Monday evening, October 3, at 7 o'clock. Pro-
fessors Woody and Schorling will speak. All men interested in education
are cordially invited.
IV. W. Arnold, Temporary Chairman.
Sigma Delta Chi:
There will be a meeting of the Mic higan Chapter of Sigma Delta Chi at
3:30 Monday afternoon in the front offices of the Press Building.
Courtland C. Smith, President.
All fencers, beginners, freshman, and varsity men report Wednesday,
Oct. 5, in the fencing room at four o'clock. Freshman taking fencing are
excused from gym. Dr.G.Mmay.
Michigan Union Opera Orchestra:
The applications for candidates for tryouts will not be received after
October eighth. Send name, address, ph one number, class and experience to
Roy S. Langham, 514 Thompson Street.

p. m.

Rodney Shankland, President.

Mimes Freshman Orchestra:
Rehearsal will be held in room 306 of the Michigan Union this afternoon
at 2:30. Roy S. Langham, Conductor.
Refunds for Automobile Permits:
Refunds may be had by all those who have paid $5 for their Automobile
Permits. This refund may be received by application at the office of the bean
of Students. J. A. Bursley, Dean.
M. S. 3:
Section 1 will meet at Natural Science Auditorium at 9:00 A. M. Tuesday
the 4th to witness motion pictures in connection with map making.
J. 11. Madison.
1. S. 3:
Section 2 will meet at Natural Science Auditorium at 7:30 P. M. Wednes-
day the 5th to witness motion pictures in connecion with map making.
J. H. Madison.
M. S. 5
Both sections 1 and 2 will meet at Natural Science Auditorium at 7:30
Wednesday evening lthe 5th to witness motion pictures in connection with
map making. J. IH. ladison.

11 . Jtl clltZ3, tJU . mau Lini d OI.
"Fortunately for the College of Sur-
geons, we are able to draw on the
most eminent surgical talent in the
country for the great public mass
meeting next Thursday evening in the
auditorium of the Masonic temple. The
speakers are already so well known
as surgeons that any public feeling
that they areadvertising themselves
is completely destroyed.
Richard Freyberg, '30M, was chosen
president of the sophomore medical
class in the first class elections of
the year held Friday. William
Stewart, .'30M, was elected vice-pres-
ident of the class, while Helen Pres-
ton, '30M, will serve as secretary,
Walter Scott, '30M, was re-elected
treasurer, having held the office last



Interfraternity Council:
There will be a meeting of the Interfraternity Council in
Michigan Union, on Tuesday, October 4, at 4:30 P. M., and the
the council for this school year will be elected at this meeting.

room 302,
officers of
It is ex-

tremely desirable that all fraternities

be represented a this meeting.
J. A. Burstiey, Dean.

4. A. Bursley, Dean.

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University Lecture:
Philip Henry Kerr, secretary of the Rhodes Trust, will deliver an ad-
dress on "Present Problems of the British Empire" in the Natural Science
auditorium, Tuesday, October 4, at 4:15 p. in. The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins.
Brosseau Foundation:
There will be a meeting of the committee on the administration of the
Brosseau Foundation at 1:30 p. m., Monday, October 3, in room 2, University
Attention is especially called to the change in date of this meeting,
which will be on Monday, instead of Wednesday, as first announced.
Students who have applied for loans from this foundation should arrange
to appear before the committee at this time.
J. A. Bursley.
Faculty, College of Literature, Science and the Arts:
Faculty Program blanks have been distributed through the Dean's mes-




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Tickets sold Friday, Saturday
and Sunday. Good returning
Sunday and Monday of WEEK-
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20- and 30-RIDE, 90-DAY
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Roy S. Langhamn, Conductor. {
Y OU have some choice photographs
that should be framed.
WE have a very large selection of
choice frames.
ET us get together. We will be
glad to help you select the most
suitable frame.






All sophomores and second
semester freshmen desiring to
tryout for the Intramural Man-
agerships are requested to re-
port to the Intramural depart-
ment as soon as possible.

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