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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.)
Volume 9. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25. Number 1.
To Users of the Daily Official Bulletin:
.The attention of users of the Daily Official Bulletin is respectfully
called to the following:
(1) Notices submitted for publication must be typewritten.
(2) All notices must be signed.
(3) Ordinarily notices are published but once. Repetition is at the
Editor's discretion.
(4) Notices must be handed to the Editor before 3:30 p.m. (11:30
a.m. Saturdays).
F. E. Robbins.
To Members of the Faculty:
Kindly fill out cards for the Michigan Daily at the Office of the
Secretary, Room 3, University Hall, rather'than at the Michigan Daily
Herbert G. Watkins, Assistant Secretary.
Members of the Faculty:
Parking permits may be obtained without delay byapplying at the
Office of the Secretary.
Herbert G. Watkins, Assistant Secretary.
Office of Dean of Administration:
This office has been moved to Room 205 University Hall, Telephone
376 and will be open daily except Saturdays from 8-12 and 1:30-5 and
on Saturdays from 8-12:30. For the present the dean will be in his
office from 9-11 each day.
Esther Mahaffy, Secretary.
To the Deans and Registration Officials:
Will you please have prepared and file at the earliest possible
moment with the Secretary the following reports on non-quota stu-
1. Report on new non-quota students enrolling.
2. Report on non-quota students previously enrolled, and reen-
rolled for the academic year 1928-1929.
3. Report on non-quota students withdrawing from your school
or college, aid their expected destination.
Shirley W.. Smith, Secretary.
To All Heads of Departments:
In order that the Directory may be published promptly, all faculty
directory cards and check lists must be in the Editorial Office, 103
Mason Hall, not later than Thursday, September 27.
Ira M. Smith, Registrar.
To Freshman Advisers:
All Freshman Advisers are requested to turn in to the Registrar's
Office today the "Freshman Week Attendance Record" reports together
with the folders containing freshman applications. This is necessary
in order to get a list of absentees from the examinations held last week.
Ira M. Smith, Registrar.
Rhetoric I, Section 7:
Students in this section, meeting M. W. F. at 9, 404 M. H. should
see Mr. Hoag, in 3216 A. H. between 12:30 and 2 P. M. today (Tuesday).
Freshmen in all classes of the University are urged to furnish their
orders for mail, with street addresses, to the Postoffice. Address cards
should be filled out at the Arcade Postoffice Station. Mail from home
addressed "University of Michigan" cannot be delivered and should be
called for at the General Delivery window, MAIN OFFICE. Upper class-
men who have taken up new quarters since last year, should also fill
out the pink cards at the Arcade Station as soon as possible.
A. C. Pack, Postmaster.
University Health Service:
The University supplies practically all necessary medical attention
to regularly enrolled students whose tuition includes health service
fee. This is supplied only under the auspices of the University Health
Service, located east of the gymnasium. Students in the University
High School, the School of Music, and some graduate students are not
Office Hours. The offices are open during regular class hours and
from 11 to 12 on Sundays and holidays.
Infirmary. The building is open at all times to admit students in
need of bed care. Such students are urged to come to the infirmary
rather than remain in their rooms.
Room Calls. When a health service physician is desired for at-
tention to a student in the city day or night, the Health Service should
be called through the campus telephone exchange.
Financial Responsibility. The health service will not be financially
responsible for medical attention given at the University Hospital or
elsewhere, unless previous authorization is given. Such expense will
not be authorized if the attention can be supplied by the health service
Warren E. Forsythe, Directing Physician.
College of Literatere, Science, and the Arts, Changes of Elections:
No change of elections may be made except by special permission
secured on the blank provided for this purpose by the Recorder's office,

Room 4, University Hall. This blank must be properly filled out, accord-
ing to instructions, and filled in this office not later than Saturday,
September 29, before a change of elections is official. Membership in a
class does not cease until this blank has been filed and notice sent to
the instructor from this office.
Changes of sections only may be made with permission of instruc-
tors and do not necessitate an official blank.
Florence Mohr, Recorder.
Assignment of Desks in General Chemistry-Chemistry 3, 5, and 5E:
Each student must obtain two $5 Chemical Laboratory Coupons at
the office of the University Treasurer, and then report at the first pos-
sible laboratory period assigned to his section after the opening of the
University. No desk can be given out without the Coupons.
P. K. Weatherill.
English 107:
Assignment for Wednesday for all sections will be the first six
numbered paragraphs in the Introduction to Moore, Historical Outlines
of English and Phonology and Morphology.
A. A. Hill.

Economics 12: The Labor Movement:
Organization meeting Wednesday at 5 p.m. in Room 205 Economics
Carter Goodrich.
Economics 133-Railroads:
The first meeting of the class will be held on Wednesday, Septem-
ber 26, at 11 o'clock in Room 101 Economics Building.
I. L. Sharfman.
Economics 235-Seminary in Public Control of Industry:
The first meeting of those contemplating enrollment in this Semi-
nary will be held on Thursday, September 27, at four o'clock in Room
105 Economics Building.
I. L. Sharfman.
Naval Aviation
Students planning to take this course will meet on Thursday, Sep-
tember 27, in room 348 East Engineering Building, at 7:15 p.m.
F. W. Pawlowski.
Juniors & Seniors:
The attention of Juniors and Seniors of all colleges of the Uni-
versity is called to this announcement: They are eligible to take the
course in Naval Aviation, qualifying them eventually for flying train-
ing with the Navy and for the commission of Ensign, Naval Reserve.
Due to new Navy regulations, Freshmen and Sophomores are no
longer eligible for ,this course.
F. W. Pawlowski.
History 131:-Eastern Europe:
This course will meet on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 3:00
p.b., Room 1017, A.H.
N. Kaltchas.
Freshman Rhetoric Examination:
All freshmen who failed to write the Rhetoric examination during
Freshman Week should take the make-up examination Wednesday,
September 26, from 4 to 6 in Room 25, A.H.
E. A. Walter.
Rhetoric 151 and 153:
Rhetoric 151 and Rhetoric 153 are now offered as Rhetoric 153,
Problems of Composition IV.
R. W. Cowden.
Rhetoric 209:
The class in the Development of Rhetorical Theory will meet at
7:00 o'clock, Thursday evening, Library, Room 407, instead of on Sat-
urday morning as originally announced.
C. D. Thorpe.'
Students desiring to elect Sanscrit should meet in Room 2022 Angell
Hall at 9 on' Wednesday.
C. L. Meader.
Speech 81:
The tryouts for this class will be held on Tuesday, September 25,
at one o'clock in Room 3209 Angell Hall. The tryouts will consist of
five-minute speeches; the men will speak in favor of Hoover or Smith
for President; the women will speak on the subject of abolishing fra-
ternities and sororities.
J. M. O'Neill.
Mathematics 251, Projective Geometry:
The first meeting of this course will be held in Room 3011, Angell
Hall on Wednesday, September 26, at 5:00 p.m.
John W. Bradshaw.
Mathematics 203, Theory of Functions of a Real Variable:
Preliminary meeting for arrangement of hours Wednesday, 12
o'clock (noon) Room 319 West. Eng. Bldg.
T. H. Hildebrandt.
Mathematics 201 and 203. A Correction:
These courses should be scheduled as follows in the Announcement
of the Literary College:
Math. 201 (Functions of a Complex Variable) to be given by Prof.
Rainich (M. W. F. at 8 in Room 306 M. H.)
Math. 203 (Functions of a Real Variable) to be given by Prof. Hilde-
brandt (hours to be arranged).
T. H. Hildebrandt, G. Y. Rainich. 8
Engineering Mechanics 15:I
Hours of meeting, Wednesday and Friday at 5, Room 340, West
Engineering Building. The first meeting will be on Friday, Sept 28.
S. P. Timoshenko.
Mathematics 253:
The class in Differential Geometry will meet M. W. F. at 9:00 a.m.,
Room 306 M. H. First meeting Wednesday, September 26.
G. Y. Rainich. /
Mathematics 271:
Those who intend to take part in the Seminar on Functions of
Complex Variables are invited to come to Room 3012 A.H. between 10'
and 11 A.M. Tu., W. Thu. or F. of this week.
G. Y. Rainich.
Seminar in Elasticity:
Hour of meeting, Thursday at 5 in Room 340, West Engineering'
Building. The first meeting will be on Thursday, Sept. 27.1
S. P. Timoshenko.

Sociol.ogy 51:
Quiz sections will have their first meetings Wednesday, Thursday,
and Friday of this week. Those who are electing the course, but have
failed to arrange for admittance to a section should come to 108 Ec.
today for that purpose.
R. H. Holmes.
Spanish 123:
This course is given for three hours credit, in accordance with the
description in the Announcement of the College of Literature, Science
and the Arts, page 239.
Charles P. Wagner.
207. Introduction to Theoretical Physics:
This course will be given by Assistant Professor Uhlenbeck. A
summary of mathematical aids and especially a development of the
methods of solution of the partial differential equations of theoretical1
physics. Three lecture hours and one hour for problems. Meet Tuesday
at 12 in room 1041 to arrange hours.
H. M. Randall.

279. New Quantum Mechanics:
Two hour course. Introduction to the new quantum mechanics,
starting with a discussion of the correspondence principle. Those in-
terested will meet Wednesday, September 26, at twelve o'clock, in room
1035, to arrange hours.
H. M. Randall.
R. O. T. C.
Entering students who have classified for work in the Reserve Of-
ficers' Training Corps but who have not enrolled at the R. O. T. C. head-
quarters should do so before the end of the present week in order to
facilitate the procurement of new uniforms.
Reinold Melberg.
R. O. T. C. Transfers from other Colleges and Universities:
A recent ruling of the War Department permits those students to
continue in the R. O. T. C. who have allowed one or more years to elapse
since the completion of the Basic course.
Further information maybe obtained in individual cases at the
R. O. T. C. Headquarters.
Reinold Melberg.
Cabinet Meeting:
The first meeting of the S. C. A. cabinet will be held at 12 o'clock
today at Lane Hall. A luncheon will precede the meeting. Plans for
the year will be discussed and appointments announced.
Martin Mol, President.
Freshman Handbooks:
Freshmen who have not received their Freshman handbook may
secure their copy at Lane Hall. Copies of the handbook are available
for the women as well as the men.
Mark Andrews, Secretary.
Registration of all students from Other Lands:
All students who come from other countries than the United States
and who have not filled out the "registration cards for foreign students"
are kindly requested to do so at the office of Professor J. A. C. Hildner,
Faculty Advisor to Foreign Students. Office hours 4-5 P.M., Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday of this week at Room 302, University
R. Howrani.
Adelphi House of Representatives:
. An open meeting will be held Tuesday evening, Sept. 25, at 7:30
P.M. at the Adelphi rooms, fourth floor Angell Hall. All members of the
class of 1932 who are interested in Forensics are invited and visitors(
of all classes are welcome. The topic which will be debated for enter-
tainment will be Resolved; "That this house condemns the policies
of Tammany and Al Smith." After the open session an important
business meeting will be held.
Robert H. Lloyd, Speaker of the House.

their tryout.
Roy S. Langham, Conductor.
Student Council:
First meeting of the year will
be held tomorrow (Wednesday)
night at 7:30 o'clock.
Ted, Hornberger, former Varsity
miler and cross country runner, has
been appointed freshman cross
country coach, according to an an-
announcement of Fielding H. Yost,
director of intercollegiate athlet-
After graduating from Michigan
in 1927, Hornberger studied in Lon-
don a year and returned here to
accept a position as instructor in
the Rhetoric department.

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Student Directory:
All fraternities, sororities, and other campus organizations, whose
list of members did not appear in the 1927 Student Directory, by pre-.
senting such a list in typewritten form at the Michiganensian editorial
office before Thursday, September 27, may have the necessary space
in the organization section of the book.
Stanton W. Todd, Acting Editor, Student Directory.
Student Directory:
Any student who has.changed his address and telephope number
since regestering in the University may have this correction made for
the Student Directory by calling at the Michiganensian editorial office
any afternoon this week.
Stanton Todd, Acting Editor, Student Directory.
University Club:
First Club Night Friday, Oct. 5, 8:00 p.m. Members should bring
new faculty members as guests.g.
Program Committee.
Choral Union :
Tryouts for the Choral Union will be held at the University School
of Music, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 4:15 to 5:00
p.m. All former members are asked to call at Room 108 of the School
of Music and fill out a membership card.
Earl V. Moore.
'Varsity Glee Club:
Try-outs for the Varsity Glee Club will be held Wednesday and
Thursday evening from seven to nine in room 308 Union. All who are
interested in glee club work are requested to report at this time.
Herbert J. Palmer, Manager.
All, Musicians and Former Bandmen :
Due to the enlargement of the 'Varsity Band to one hundred pieces
this year new men are needed in every section. All scholastically eligible
instrument players execepting freshmen are asked to report at Morris
Hall (opposite Angell Hall) today and tomorrow for tryouts. Tryouts
will be from 3:00 to 5:30 today and tomorrow (Tues. and Wed.) and
tonight at 7:30.
Gilbert B. Saltonstall, Manager.
Michigan Union Opera:
All those who wish to try out for cast, chorus, or committee work
for the coming Opera should report at four o'clock this afternoon at
the Mimes theater. It is imperative that everyone whether he worked
last spring or wishes to begin his work this fall should report at that
Dalton D. Walper.
Opera Publicity Committee:
Any men who would be interested in working on the Opera pub-
licity committee for the 1928 Opera will please get in touch with the
undersigned in care of the Daily by Thursday of this week. Previous
experience is not necessary.
Pierce Rosenberg. '
Michigan Opera Orchestra:
The orchestra for the Michigan Union opera will be organized this
week. Some of the orchestrations have been received and the work
of getting the orchestra in shape for rehearsals with the chorus and
cast will begin at once. The following instruments will be used in the.
orchestra this year.:
4 Violins 1 Bassoon
2 Violas 2 French Horns
1 Cello 2 Trumpets
1 Bass Viol 1 Trombone
1 Flute 1 Percussion player (Tympani)
1 Oboe 1 Piano (Already selected)
2 Clarinets A""
Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors only are eligible. Tryouts will
be held in the Michigan Union Thursday and Friday evening at eight
o'clock (the place will be posted on the bulletin board in the lobby).
Percussion players should phone 2-1617 and make an appointment for

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