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Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi-
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)

Freshman Group No. 23:
Members of this group are requested to call at my office Friday
p. m. between the hours of 1:30 and 3:15.
Philip E. Bursley




I Vol. 39


No. 17

University Lecture:
Mr. Arthur Collins, F. S. A. A., distinguished British expert in
municipal administration and finance, will speak in Natural Science
Auditorium Friday, October 12, at 4:15 p. m. All members of the Uni-
versity and especially students in Political Science are urged to attend.
Hs subject will be "The Government of London."
Thomas H. Reed
Graduate School:
Students who have made changes in their elections should notify
the office of the Graduate School at once. This involves courses which
have been dropped, newly elected courses, or substitution of one course
for another.
Ruth A. Rouse, Recorder
Pharmacy Faculty:
There will be an important meeting of the College of Pharmacy
Faculty, Friday, October 12, at 4:15 p. in., in Room 121, Chemistry

C. C. Glover, Secretary

Freshmen and Sophomore Engineers:
Freshmen and Sophomore Civil Engineering students interested in
classifying for Cooperative Courses 49s and 59s, for which University
credit is allowed, should see me in my office within the next two weeks.
John S. Worley
Engineering students and all others interested in highway trans-
port are invited to attend the meetings of the second annual conference
on Highway Transport and Michigan Motor Bus Association being held
at the Union on Friday and Saturday of this week. Engineering students
taking cooperative Course 49s should attend if possible.
John S. Worley
Geology 2:
The supplementary final examination for those who received grades
of X in Geology 2 last June will be given at 3 o'clock on Thursday,
October 18, in Room 4054 N. S. Students receiving grades of I in this
course should report to Room 2051 N. S. before that date.
I. D. Scott
Girls Going to Ohio State Game:
Girls wishiig to attend the O. S. U. game at Columbus, Ohio, are
asked to file letters of permission from their parents in my office at
their earliest convenience.
Alice C. Lloyd
Entering Sophomore and Upperclass Women:
The third Hygiene Lecture will be Tuesday, October, 16, at 4 o'clock,
in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall. Bring bluebooks. Please be punctual
since the doors will be locked when the lecture begins.
Margaret Bell
Freshmen Women:
The third Hygiene Lecture will be Monday, October 15, at 4 o'clock,
in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall. Bring bluebooks. Please be punctual
since tie doors will be locked when the lecture begins.
Margaret Bell
For the next week, until Oct. 20, Miss Rawlings will be at Palmer
Field on Monday, at 3, Tuesday, at 4, Wednesday, at 10 and 5, Thurs-
day, at 4, and Friday at 10 and 11. Anyone interested in instruction in
archery may come out at these times.
Jannet Michael

Freshmen Women:
All women freshmen groups will play hockey this afternoon at 4
Nellie Hoover
Geology 31:
Students who received Incompletes in Geology 31 last June should
report to Room 2051 N. S. this week.
W. H. Hobbs
Sociology 141-Criminology:
There will be no lecture today.I
A. E. Wood
Sociology 121-Community Problems:
Assignment for Tuesday, October 16, Chapters 4 and 5.
A. E. Wood
It is imperative that you make your Michiganensian picture ap-
pointment immediately. The business office on the second floor of the
Press Building is open every afternoon from one to five, and upon pay-
ment here of $3 you are in a position to make your appointments with
anyone of the four official photographers, namely Dey, Randall, Rent-
schler, or Spedding. $2.00 of this amount will be allowed by the
photographers on any private order which may be given before Christ-
mas. Act now, and get a convenient appointment.
Thomas Thomas, Managing Editor
Research Club:
Ballots for the election at the meeting on October 17 have been
mailed. These should be retained by each member and brought to the
I meeting.
Louis I. Bredvold, Sec'y
Athena Literary Society:
There will be additional tryouts for Athena Tuesday, October, 16,
at 7:30 p. m., in the Athena room on the fourth floor of Angell Hall.
Speeches will be three minutes in length on any subject.
Doris M. Hicks, President
Polonia Literary Circie
There will be a meeting tonight at 7:30 at Lane Hall. Mr. Carlton
F. Wells, of the rhetoric department will speak concerning his recent
trip to Poland. All members are requested to be present.
John Kurcz, President
To Holders Of Gargoyle Subscription Cards:
All subscribers who have not yet received their October issue of
the Gargoyle are requested to claim their copies at once at the Gargoyle'
Business office in the Press Building. The office is open daily from 1
to 5p. m.
Carl U. Fauster, Business Manager
To Members of the Round Table Club (League for Industrial Democracy)
and all others interested:
Professor Goodrich of the Economics department will address the
club on Foreign Labor Movements at the first meeting, Sunday, Oct. 14,
2:30 p. m. The place is Auerbach's Rathskeller on E. Williams near
State. Members and friends are urged to attend.
The Executive Committee
Varsity Bandmen:
Formation Friday at 4:30 at Ferry Field. It is important that every
man be ready to drill, with instruments, promptly. An R. O. T. C.
officer will be in charge.
R. K. Becker

With a view of discussing
sonnel requirements in thehU
States and especially in the
ics Prof. Alvin G. Whitney o
Forestry school will confer
the, officials of the Goodrich
ber company and the Fire
Rubber company over the week
Although the situation at
present is now relieved, ther
been considerable rubber sho
up to the last year due toC
Britain's control of the rubber
duction by virtue of the Stev
Act which restricted produ
This bill goes out of effect in
vember. The loosening of the
ish monopoly was a result o
maturity of extensive planta
in Sumatra which had been p
ed five years previously by L
natives. The warning was
cient to American manufact

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that more effective means of sta-
bilization were necessary.
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(By Woody) with its baking and ultra-violet
Minus the giraffes, hippotami, I Professor Whitney is an author-
and elephants, a circus has been ity on rubber plantations. Accord-
p ing to Professor Whitney he has no
per- erected on the front lawn of the: definite idea just what the nature
Fnited south division of the University of the entire conference is.
trop- hospital. No animals are there, sunlight and a real breeze do a lot
>the not even pink lemonade, yet those, for a person who has been confined
with that enter seem to enjoy them-' -in a hospital for a long time. A
Rub- selves. I change in environment has a ten-
-stone The purpose of the carnival tent dency to pep them up, and a prop-
e and the canvas fence is something I er frame of mind is very essential
a the far different than amusement. Pa- to a sick person.
re ha tients at the Hospital suffering The circus is in Ann Arbor to
Great from surgical tuberculosis are giv- stay. Whether the big top will be
Great en doses of sunshine and fresh air up all Winter is a question the
pro- in the circus tent. The so-called management hasn't decided yet,
enson doses are as carefully prescribed but anyhow no danger will be run
ito- as a dose of medicine-different by the residents and students of
BrNo- patients getting different doses. Ann Arbor as far as run-away ele-
The artificial physiotherapy, phants are concerned.






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