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'THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5,

DAL RDAOCOER5

AL Y OFFICIAL BULLETIN
iblication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi-
mnt until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)

Mimes:
There will be a meeting of Mimes on Friday at 7:30 p. m. at the
Theater.
Harlan Christy, President
Prescott Club:
The first regular meeting will be held Tuesday, October 9, at 7:30
p. m., in Room 303 Chemistry Building. Walter H. Blome, Chief Phar-
macist for Frederick Stearns and Company, will address the Club on
"The Influence of Pharmacy on the Development of Chemistry." All
pharmacy students and others interested are invited to attend.
Fred H. Weinmann, Pres.
Women's League Candy Booth:
There will be a meeting of all the girls who are working at the
booth Friday afternoon, 4:15, in the room directly behind the League
Candy Booth.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1928

No. 11.

eshmen Women Advisers:
If you have any helpful suggestions or ideas for next year's Fresh-
in Week, please forward them to me and I shall see that they are
aeed in the hands of Mr. Frayer.
Beatrice W. Johnson
>men Students:
Your attention is directed to the University eligibility rules which
,te that a student must have obtained as many honor points as hours
d no E grade during her last semester, if she wishes to engage in
;racurricular activities. New students on campus are required to ap-
for special permission before any participation. Freshmen are eligi-
for club membership, but not for active committee work. Any
perclassmen dubious about her eligibility may determine her status
Barbour Gymnasium.
Beatrice W'. Johnson

Bond
Cornets:
Johnson
Schuh
Wild
Taylor
Salori
Carter
Austin
Freeman
Helfrich
Willis
Higgs
Motte
Thome
Moyer
Lee
Schoemaker
Wright
Saxton
Piccolo:
Drevdahl

Huber
Clarinets:
Walker
Kunkle
Vaughn
Deck
?olley
':omweber
Bird
Ellis
i'ross
Moore
Smith
Gilbert
;racobs
Williams
Clarinets:
Benton
Churchill

Refreshments

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for

"Varsity Band:
The following 'Varsity Bandmen are
for drill today, 4:30, with instruments:

Dorothy S. Mapel, Chr.
expected to be at Ferry Field

Dinkelspiel
Drake
Russell
Wagner
L. A. Campbell
Faculty Adviser

Give us your order for
Party Specialties
Assorted Nuts
All Kinds of Meat Patties
212 So. Main St.

Chairmen and Managers of Committees:

You are responsible for the filing of
activities in the office of Advisers.
king in an organization should be

eligibility lists for all first semes-
All students on committees or
included on the eligibility lists,

Beatrice W. Johnson
etoric 1-Section 2; Rhetoric 31-Section 12; Rhetoric 189:
Rhetoric 1, Section 2, at eight will not meet on Friday. No advanced
ignment.
Rhetoric 31, Section 12 will not meet on Friday.
Rhetoric 189, The Drama, will not meet on Friday.
Kenneth Rowe
Campus Golf Tournament:
Entries are now being received for the All Campus Golf Tournament
hi first round play scheduled to start Thursday, Oct. 11. Play will
at the University Golf Course. Entries will be received at the Intra-
ral office until five o'clock Wednesday, October 10, at which time
drawings will be made.
Earl N. Riskey
Campus Tennis Tournament:
Singles matches are to be played Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.
rnament officials would like to get all first second and third round
,ches off by Saturday night.
Doubles matches are to be started at once also and first round
ches completed as /far as possible Monday night. Results of all
ches are to be reported to the1
Intramural Department

Trombones:
Bleismer
Walker M.
Welke
Scoval
Hoffman
Shilling
Cox
Jackman
Hayward
Burkons
Basses :
Wannamakerr
Burhans
Fisher
DeLong
Delp
Altos:
Winslow
Compton
Love
Meader
Carlson
Davies
Stiles
Wu
Saxophones:
Licker
Huntleyj
Chamberlain
Cooperj
Hammel
Fairchild
Fairchild
Lentz
UNITED CAB
Call 7047
Order Rates .35
Seven for price of
two, 60c

Braendle
Baritones
Schulte-
Porter
Perrin
Mercier
Langham
Oboes:
North
Card
Lewis
Drums:
Auer
Schmidga
Dresselh
Rueger.
Rowland
Kirshner
West
Leaves.
Tin as I
Larus & Bro. Co.,
Richmond, Va.
U. S. A.
Gentlemen:
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climbed Tunnell
this mountain ther
where tourists lea
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versity Club:
First Club Night Friday evening, Oct. 5.
3. Lovell and Carl Schmalz. Club members
nbers as guests.

Program by Professors
should bring new faculty
Program Committee

Annual Campfire will be held at Saginaw Forest Friday eve-
rrucks will leave the east door of the Natural Science Building
p. m. Prospective, forestry students are invited.
W. C. Branch, President.

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