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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)


Vol. 29.


No. 5


University Lecture:
There will be a University Lecture on "Birds and Mammals of
Mount McKinley National Park," illustrated with lantern slides, by
Joseph Dixon of the Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, University of Cali-
fornia, in the Natural Science Auditorium, at 4:15 P. M., Tuesday, Oc-
tober 2. The public is cordially invited.
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 Dailyj
Herbert G. Watkins, Assistant Secretary.
Members of the Faculty:
Parking permits may be obtained without delay by applying at the
Office of the Secretary.
Herbert G. Watkins, Assistant Secretary.
Fraternity Presidents:
Fraternities are reminded that replies to the letter sent out bya
the office of the Dean of Students under date of June 8, relative to
Saturday night dances following the football games, should be sent
in at once. The answers were originally due on or before September
25, but on account of the late opening of college, replies will be received
through October 2. No permission for any dance can be granted to a
fraternity until it has sent in its reply.
J. A. B rsley.

French And Spanish Teachers' Course:
This course, beginning Friday, will meet in 108 R. L.
C. P. Wagner
German for Reading Requirements for Candidates for the Ph.D. Degree:
An elementary course in German (German 1), and a more advanced
course in Modern German Prose (German 51), will be organized for
graduate students who wish to qualify for the reading requirements in
German. Graduate students wishing to take either of these courses
will meet on Friday, September 28, in Room 203, University Hall, at
5 p. m.
Max Winkler.
Geology 1:
Section 1 (Monday, Wednesday, Friday at 8 o'clock) will not meet
Ella B. Stevenson
Geology 123:
This course will not meet until Mr. Belknap's return. Watch this
column for further announcement.
Charles W. Cook
Geology 151 and 153:!
These courses will not meet until Prof. Hobb's return. Watch this
column for further information..
Charles W. Cook
History 95:
Classes will meet in Room 103 Romance Languages Building instead
of Room 1035 Angell Hall.
Preston Slosson
Critical Writing and Reviewing (Journalism 103):
This course may be elected by seniors and others who receive per-
mission, even though they are not following the curriculum in journal-
ism. A printer's mistake is responsible for the announcement of Jour-
nalism 51 as a prerequisite.
J. L. Brumm
Feature Writing (Journalism 101):
This course may be elected by seniors who are not following the
curriculum in journalism and others who receive permission, without
Journalism 51 as a prerequisite. The prerequisite is necessary only
to students who arq pursuing a regular program in journalism.
J. L. Brumm
Mathematics 195--Introduction to the Foundation of Mathematics :
Hereafter the class will meet on Monday, Wedesday, Friday, at 4

o'clock in Room 3011 Angell Hall.

R. L. Wilder

Rhetoric 1:
Mr. Bebout's section 9 will meet on Friday at nine in 2225 A. H.
Mr. Butchart's section 10 will meet on Friday at. 10 in 18 A. H.
Mr. Hoag's section 12 will meet on Friday at 10 in 1035 A. H.
Mr. DeGraff's section 36 will meet on Friday at ten in 110 Tappan
Lyda Kern, Secretary
Psychology 157-Biometric Methods:
All students interested in this course will meet this afternoon
(Friday) at 4= o'clock in Room 2128 N. S. to arrange hours.
Carl R. Brown
Psychology 159--Physiological Psychology of the Sense Organs:
All students interested in this course will meet this afternoon
(Friday) at 5 o'clock in Room 2128 N. S. to arrange hours.
Carl R. Brown
Psychology 33L, 35, 37:
All laboratory students in Psychology 33L, 35 and 37 will meet for
organization and instruction on Friday, September 28, at 5 o'clock p. m.,
in 3126 Natural Science Building.
John F. Shepard
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.
Michigan Opera Orchestra Tryouts:
Tryouts for the Michigan Union Opera Orchestra will be held in
the Michigan Union tonight at 8 o'clock. For further information con-
'sult D.O.B. of Tuesday, September 25th or phone 2-1617.
Roy S. Langham, Conductor. '

System to Take Care of Patients
Rapidly is Arranged by
University Doctors
When all the students returned
to schoool the majority of them
must have brought maladies back
with them, for the Health Service
has been kept very busy since the
new semester started. For the
purpose of accomodating the max-
imum number of patients a sys-
tem of office hours has been ar-
ranged which will do away with
unnecessary waiting. Dr. Warren
E. Forsythe, director of the Health
Service, and Dr. John Sundwall,
director of Public Health, may b,
seen by appointment. Dr. Reynolds
may be consulted for general
treatment, Dr. Brace, who is high-
ly recommended to the Freshma-
class, since he is to be their special
physician, will be at the Health
Service from 10 to 12 o'clock in the
morning and from 1 until 5 o'clock
in the afternoon, Dr. Ramsey may
be seen between 10 and 12 o'clock
in the morning, while Dr. Cooper-
stock will be in his office from 1
until 3 o'clock in the afternoon.
Ear, nose and throat trouble will
be treated by Dr. McGillicuddy in
the afternoons from 2 until 5
o'clock. Dr. Sink is in charge of
eye examinations and treatment
and will hold his office hours from
8 to 12 o'clock in the morning.
Dental examination but no repair
work will be done by ,Dr. Heiden-
reich between the hours of 8 and
10 o'clock.

Changes of Elections-School of Education:
Unavoidable changes of elections may be made on Thursday and
Friday, September 27 and 28, in the office of the Recorder of the School
of Education, Room 105, Tappan Hall.
Membership in a class does not cease nor does membership in a
class begin until all changes have been officially registered in the
office of the Recorder of the School of Education. Arrangements made
only with the instructors are not official changes. Changes in sections
or instructors must be reported.
After September 27 and 23, changes must still be made through
the Recorder's Office of the School of Education, but a fee of $1 will be
Gretchen Krug, Recorder.
Freshmen and Sophomore Women:
The Physical Education requirement (Regents' Ruling) is to be
fulfilled the first two nears of college. Those not registered have until

Phi Delta Kappa:
The first luncheon of the year will be held Saturday, Sept. 29,
the Michigan Union at 1 o'clock. All active and associate members
Phi Delta Kappa are urged to be present.
Reginald D. MacNitt, President



Opera Publicity Committee:
Anyone wanting to work on
publicity for the 1928 Michigan
Opera who has not yet signed
such intention is asked to com--
municate with the undersigned at
The Daily office this afternoon or

10 o'lock




Saturday noon, September 29, to complete registration. All questions.tomorrow afternoon.
of deferment or exemption must be taken up with Dr. Bell, Health Pierce Rosenberg.
Service, 10-12 a. m.; 2-4 p. m.
Ethel McCormiek Polonia Literary Circle:
__The first meeting of the year
will be held at Lane Hall Friday
Sophomores and All Entering Upperclass Women:wlephlat:.nemaerdar
Hygiene Requirement: First lecture-Tuesday, October 2, Sarah Sept. 28, at 7:30. Members are re-
Caswell Angell Hall, 4:00 p. m. All questions in regard to this require- quested to bring new students.
- can. c...J. E. Arsulowicz, Secretary.

State Street at William Street

ent must be attended to by Saturday, September 29. See Professor
cCormick, Barbour Gymnasium, Director's Office.
Margaret Bell, M.D.
reshman Women-Hygiene Lectures:
Lectures begin Monday, Octoberi 1, Sarah Caswell Angell Hall, 4:00
m. Remaining lectures and examination are on each Monday at
00 p. m. until October 12.
Margaret Bell, M.D.
>tice, Upperclassmen:
The, Postoffice is making a new student directory and it is desired
at it be made as complete as possible immediately. On checking up
e undeliverable mail already on hand, we have found that a very
rge percentage of the old students have moved from their former
ldresses and much of this mail is now on hand undeliverable. There-
re ALL OLD STUDENTS are requested to fill out an address card
soon as possible. The cards may be secured at the Arcade Station
L Maynard Street or at the Main Office.
Student mail that is on hand and undeliverable may be found at
e General Delivery window, MAIN OFFICE.
Fill out an address card whether you have been registered at the
stoffice before this present session or not for last year's directory
11 not be consulted after September 30th.
A. C. Pack, Postmaster
ris WishingPart Time Employment:
There are numerous opportunities to earn board and also cash
serving or helping to get dinners. Please come in to see me if
Beatrice W. Johnson.
ementary Anthropology:
This class will meet, Tues., Thurs., Sat. at 9, in room 18, Angell
11. Open to upperclassmen. Three hours credit.
Carl E. Guthe.

Hindustan Student Club:
The 'first meeting of the Hindu-
stan Student Club will be held ir
the Club's rooms at Lane Hall on
Sunday, Sept. 29, at 3:00 p. m
All old members and new Indian
Students on the campus are cor-
dially invited to be present.
W. B. Palmer, Secretary.
Mexico's newest president is re-
puted to have hugged newspaper
correspondents at a public gather-
ing. We doubt if it was affection
which prompted the embrace.
Probably someone present reachee
in his pocket.
A scientific journal informs u,
that it is impossible to fall from ar
airplane faster than 118 miles an
hour. What cheering solace!


We have, through the assistance of THE KAHN TAILORING
COMPANY, of INDIANAPOLIS, assembled an assortment of
WOOLENS which have heretofore been tailored at Forty Seven to Fifty
Five Dollars. We are offering them at the remarkably low price of FORTY
FIVE DOLLARS THE SUIT, and with extra trousers FIFTY FIVE
Every garment is individually cut and hand tailored to your measure-
ments, with our usual guarantee of satisfaction.
The enormous purchasing power of the KAHN TAILORING
COMPANY and the reduction of our profit enable us to offer you values
that you have not been able to secure for a number of years.
We are all looking for real values these days. Why not satisfy your-
self that these woolens are the values we claim by allowing us the opportunity
of showing them to you.
The same workmanship, trimmings and attention to every detail is
incorporated in the finished garment as were given at they higher prices.
Volume is the answer. We must sell more suits in order to maintain
this low price. We will. No question about that.
Drop in at your convenience. We are always at your service.

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Serving University Men for Over Thirty Years

Loads of Second-Hand Books


Also ask to see the better grades of fine foreign woolens-Fifty
Seven to Eighty Five Dollars.


Drawing Instruments

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