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October 30, 1927 - Image 8

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L i CubsDiscluss
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy' received by the Assistant to the President until Ce:i~s£ tesadn olInlit
3:30 p. in. (11:30 a. in. Saturday.) tee o01' MiigtiiV& 1.. tion of
Mu: is cl ubs held I ei (ni uu t'" n s
Volume 8. SUJNDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1927. Number 315. i ]I] at the u1nion, lFriday a(,-non
-I and mado Iplans for the stat e {oM(eA-
Final Notice to All Posesors of Keys For Anigell 114ll: 1tion o(A pril 11-13, 1 923. I i addit .on
In pursuance of the Regents' legis lation with regard to keys, I will be in Ito thie regular Iflfnbll 15 seve raI pr s-
the Lobby of Angell Hall onl Tuesday and Wednesday from 9 to 12 a in., and' idents4 Of affiliated cltths nut with ti c
2 to 5 p.m., for the purpose of stamping and recording the balance of the, keys jC0lIitee(.
for this building. All those having keys which do not bear the UniversityI After luncheon, Mr. Charles Sinh,
mark, kindly call at the desk. presidenlt of the School of Music, r nve
HI. Glenn Bixby, Buildings and Grounds Department. a short talk and invit ed the memhe,,s
to the Itaisa-Lazzari cone crt in hEi
Committee on Student Affirs: evening as guests o1 the Univerlsity
There will be a meeting of the Committee on Student Affairs in Room 2,j Musical society. Ili,, talk: was followed
University 1-ail, Monday, October 31st, at 4:00 p.m.I by one eiven by Mrs. 1+:. . Oti 4to avof
.. A. Bursley, Chairman. !,Port hluroni, second v ice-presid ent of
the National society. Mr1js. Otto ws y:
Faculty, Colleges of Engineering and Architecltre: N told of the e xtension tiils of this
There will be a meeting of the faculty of these colleges on Tuesday, 1 ee~tin wt hc h
November 1, at 4:45 p.m., in Room 348, West Engineering B~uilding. . has uchb to do.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary. Th tlk wr followed by absi
English 31: 1ness me(,eting over which Nrs . Wry
My 9 o'clock section of English 31- will meet hereafter in 2003 Al.. Fox flacher, dean of women01 of the
School of Music, sdin e a
J. B More. paciy as president of the state or-1
English 159: ganizationr.
My elm~s in Shakespeae, M.W.F. 9:00, will meet hereafter in 2225 A.H. ___________
4. J. Camp~bell.
English G61Report Writing:
In order to accommodate students who will necessarily be absent from l
the regular lecture periods this week because of the senior class meeting and
the civil engineering inspection trip, I shall lecture Truesday and Wednesday 1~
evenings at 7 :00 in Room 1042 East Engineering B~uilding. ,
J. ileigll Nelson.
Mr. Bartley's Spanishi 1 'at 11: 00 o'clock moves to 403 SW; Mr. Eddy's
Spanish 1 at 11:00 o'clock moves to 303 UH, to take effect Monday, October
P. E. Buirsley.
Hygiene Led iires--I 'iveirsity Womien: 4
All entering women are required to attend six hygiene lectures and takeI
an examipation at end of course. .Ma'garet Bell, M.D. I
Yreslunian 1 Vole:
The first Hygiene Lecture will be given on Monday, October i1t, at 4:15I tebinfledad
o'clock in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall. Bfring blue books. I iebidoddgd
Margaret Bell, M.D. m'ligh"t Justify a ve:-dict of
Enttring Sophomore and Upperclass Women and, Those WVhoHave N ot illm-vlusatngo hr
Ished the Requirement lit hygiene Lectures:m. ' uastno r c
The first Hygiene Lecture will be given on Tuesday, November 1st, at 4:15 ~ o-
o'clock in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall. Bring Blue Books,.} womran ho ared toCo-
Margaret Bell, M.D.

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Freshmnan Women :t
Captains of Freshman groups will meet in the parlors at Barbour,
Gymnasium on'Monday, October 31st, at 3:15 p.m. Important.
E. B. Rawlings. j
Physics Colloquin :
Dr. J. M. Cork will speak on "The Crystal Structure of the Alums as
Determined by X-ray Methods," at 4:15 Tuesday, November 1, in room 1041,
East Physics Building. All interested are cordially invited to attend.
W. F. Colby.
Junior Researchi Club:
"The Junior ;Research Club will meet in Room 1121, Natural Scienc^e
Building, at 7: 30 p.m., Tuesday, November 1st. Mr .Walter Nungesster will
speak on "Dissociation of the. Anthrax Bacillus." There will also be the elec-
tion of new members.. Paul S. Barker, Secretary.
Scalp and Blade Men :1
Important meeting today at 2:30 o'clock. Room 304 Union. New men to
'report on third floor at 3:15. Roy B. Blass.
Men's Educational Club:
The club will meet in Room 304, Michigan Union, at seven o'clock, Moni-
day, October 31.; Professors Trow and McClusky will report informally on the
recent Symposium on Feeling and Emotions held at Wittenberg College in
connection with the dedication of its new psychological laboratories.
WV. A. Arnold, President.
Chiyrsanthemuin Exhibition :
"During this week-end and for about 10 days following, there will be an
exhibition of chrysanthemums at the Botanical Gardens of the University,jz
Packard' street. 'he greenhouses are open during the daylight hours, includ-
ing Sundays, and visitors are welcome." Eleen W. Erlauson.
Ann Arbor Art Association:
One man exhibition of water colors by Carl Lundquist and a group of
Oriental paintings selected from local collections are being shown in the West
Gallery, Alumni Memorial Hall, through Sunday, Oct. 30.
Bruce X3. Donaldson.
Inlander Contributors :
Manuscripts to be submitted for the first issue of the Inlander should be;
left at the Rhetoric office or mailed to the Press building beore Tuesday,
November 1. Cell me for furher information.
EFlizabeth iWellmian.
Sororiies and League Houses:
Those sororities 'Mid league houses wishing to sell candy for the bene-
fit of the Women's eague, call mne alout orders. Candy will be delivered to
ihe respective houses this year.
IHelen Ladd. }
mirnia Section, Favulty Women's Club :
The Monday Evening Drama Section will meet at the Club Ilons-, 226
South Ingalls, at 7 :30 p.m., MIonday, October 31.
Eleanlor S. lPeterson, Secretary.
Flaculty Womn'sNClub:
The Drama Reading Section will meet Tuesday, November 1, at 2:30 withj
Mrs. F. R. Finch, 1619 S. University.
Josephine S. Moore.
Women's League and Infer-Chiurcht Bazaar:
There will be a meeting of the central bazaar committee at 4 o'clock,
Tuesday, November 1 at B~arbour gymnasium.
Jean Mc Kaig, Chairman.
Mihigan lDames:
The next regular meeting of the Michigan Dames will be held on Tuesda,
November 1, at 3 p.m., at the Faculty Women's Clubhouse, 226 South Ingalls
..treet. All wives of students are eligible for membership and are invited to
attend. Meetings are held the first and third Tuesday of each month.
MIrs. Zora Webb, President.




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