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,THE MTCHI .

DAILY

'TUESDAY,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

A LLY0OFFICIAL'BULLETIN
blication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi-
nt until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday)

English 107: CITY ENGINEERS DESTROY
Juniors shouldelect this course TO MAKE ROOI'1 FOR
in the second semester. The first __OA-F-

ANT HILLS
BOULEVARD

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WELCOME

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semp.gLer sp erlnnc a.re lnrpnrsaci nrt

XL

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1929

No. 1

man Week Committee Office:
he office of the Chairman of the Freshman Week Committee, P.
rsley, is 102 Romance Languages Building, phone University 194
P. E. Bursley
graduate Women:1
11 undergraduate women are required to live in approved houses.
of approved houses are available at the office of Advisers of
n, Barbour Gymnasium.
Alice C. Lloyd
and Lung Examinations-Women:
11 Upperclass women-juniors and seniors-who plan to elect
nural or interclass sport, may get their heart and lung exam-
ns this week. Make appointments with clerk in Barbour gymnas-
Margaret Bell, M.D.
SRecitef':
he first Wednesday afternoon Organ Concert will be given Wed-
y, October 2, at 4:15 p. in. in Hill Auditorium.
ic~tion, College oif Literature, Science, and the Arts:
rlani *,i. +o'ten1wR iin ATTX*T is by nnninf

marily for seniors, and juniors can
be admitted only by special permis-
sion from Professor Moore or Dr.
Hill.
Samuel Moore.
Political Science 165:
Political Science 163 is not a pre-
requisite for this course.
Robert T. Crane.
Notice, Upperclassmen:
The Postoffice is making up a!

By Kernel
Like 25-cent movies, automobiles.
and other relics of the decadent
past, electric street cars have de-
parted from the streets of Ann Ar-
bor for good. Several years ago the
tiny four-wheeled vehicles which
served the heavy passenger traffic
out Washtenaw passed from the
scene before the onrush of gasoline
civilization; and late this summer
with just a feeble expiring gasp
the last of the interurbans that
l lied hither and thither betweer

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derail it, and set it sideways across
the tracks downtown.
By Sunday morning the street
railway company would usually
have the car back on the tracks.
where it was rattled about by ec-f
centric motormen until the next
football victory. But every great
forward step involves hardship and
suffering, and who knows but what
some future generation of demo-
cratic councilmen will put an aerial
beacon on the top of Angell hall.4

As "Freshmen"

ourselves in

Ann Arbor, we extend a hearty
welcome to returning students
and new students. We cordially
invite yOU to visit our new depart-
mnent store.

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only. Posted in the corridor of University Hall is a bulletin
with blanks for each 15-minute period of the office hours of the.
Each student (excepting freshmen, whose appointments are
ly made by groups) electing courses in the College of Literature,
ce, and the Arts should select- the 15-minute period preferred,{
write his or her name on the corresponding appointment card.
15-minute card has spaces for fifty names.
tudents in the College of Literature, -Science, and the Arts, and
A School of Music, are further required to exhibit to the doorkeeper
election cards, each properly signed by an adviser, in order
admitted to the classification room. Therefore, in signing an
ntment card, make allowance for ample time to consult an

new directory of students. It must p C1l41c u11l '1 41iu
be made complete as soon as pos- Detroit and Ann Arbor were rele-
sible. The regular student direc-4 gated to the scrap heap.
tory comes out too li.te to benefit Then the city council, with that
us. We have found that a very diabolical effrontery which has
large percentage ofrldstudntscharacterizeditsactions since the
the preceding year. Therefore all insult to injury by deciding to teal
OLD STUDENTS are asked to co- up the tracks along North Univer-
operate with us and fill out address sity avenue and arranging for a
cards as soon as possible. The cards citified boulevard on the site. Instead of spending hours stand-
may be secured at Station No. 1 The die was cast. Hundreds of ing in line and filling out lengthy
in the Arcade, or at the Main Of ants, who had made their home: forms at crowded tables, students
fice. Last year's directories will be in little lean-to ant-hil.lssby the de- now register by mail before coming
obsolete after Sept. 30th. Your im- serted tracks, were dispossessedand to Ann Arbor. Early August a
mediate response may save much operations started. Several weeks statement of standing, a registra-
I delay, in the delivery of your mail. ago a puffing steam. shovel took up tion card, and the necessary in-
A. C. Pack, Postmaster, the crusade. Curbs and gutters formative material were senrt to
Iwere .installed, tar imported, and ?
with a feverish energy, character-each student enrolled in the Uni-
To Women Advisers: ithc feArs Argy charaer- rersity last year. The student then
The small enrollment cards which istic of Ann Arbor's city govern- filled out the card and returned it
your group will fill out Tuesday ment the paving job was completed o the University, an addressed en-
morning should be turned in to' The University, it' is understood, velop being included in each letter.
representatives of the Registrars a th u .~ Thus, when he arrives, all that re-
office at the luncheon Tuesday 1 pus for this extra thoroughfare in mains for him to do is to pay his
.'exchange for use of the city streetsmanfohitodisopyhs
noon The large personnel cards lg r e h y rtfees and to classify.
will be turned in when the stjl-in generaly the squadron of po- During this week Room 4 of Uni-
dents register; therefore please see licemen recently employed to en- versity hall will be given over ex-
that your students take them to the foc the no-cigaret-stubs-on-the- clusively to classification, and ad-
Gymnasium. sda . mission to the room will be by ap-
Alice Lloyd. But ancient alumm, like the an- pointment only. There will be ap-
cient mariner, may shed a tear of pointment lists one for each fif-
two for the departure of the. little pitetlss n o ahff
Notice to Seniors: trolley cars. Some of them remem teen minutes of the office hours of
Business Administration 95, Per- te go o d hen stue the week, placed on a large bulletin
sonal Budgeting, Savings and In- ier th good old days when stu- board in the corridor of Unlversityr
vestments, a course open to seniors dets took(an interest in college hall. Students may make their
in all divisions of the University, football back when it was still own appointments for classification
has been moved forward from, the college football) and in some man- by writing their names on any of
second semester to the first semes- ner or other celebrated each big these lists. Blank lists will;be post-
ter. It will meet Monday, Wednes-I football victory. Following the
day, and Friday at 9:00 in Room:' game the boys wouldgotJe' ed and available this morning. Pro-
231 Angell Hall.yn or the Orient, imbibe several slugs fessor Rich cautions students to.
w Ag .R G. Rodkey. J of fiery enthusiasm, and fare forth i leave ample time for consulting ad-
to- _ommaeea tiny street car, visers first.
commandee~w~i. rrrw wrrr.. . ... . _

Your Are Always Welcome At

' 1' or A x , ,r t ^r c .xtz -ro c.ES .r-

306.8 South Main Street

Ann Arbor

READ THE DAILY CLASSIFIEDS!

THE WORLD

D. L. Rich

ned Curriculum:
ch student taking a combined curriculum should report for
ation at the office of his professional school, at which place he
supplied with the necesary blanks for the College of Literature,,
e, and the Arts, in addition to those used in the other school. .
D. L. Rich
shman Advisers:
ie Cooperative Investigation Information Blanks which have been
hed each adviser should be filled out by the freshmen on Tuesday
ng and all pf the blanks should be submitted to the Registrar at
ncheon held at the Michigan Union- Tuesday- noon. d
Clifford Woody
-ofessional Conferences:I
r. Ruthven will meet those interested in General Science in room
Auseums Building.'
-. A. C. Curtis will meet those interested in Medicine in the'
itheater, East Medical Building.
P.- E. Bursley

Looks better to the per-
son who has done a
thoughtful act. Would it
not be very thoughtful
for you to send a fine
portrait by Dey, back to
the folks at home? They
would appreciate it.

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DAILY TRYOUTS
All sophomores and second se-
mester freshmen interested in
trying out for a place on The
Daily .staff should see George E.
Simons in the publication office
at the Press building as soon as
possible.
Entire Family Enrolled

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of every adviser and all =student assistants is
,hnnra 9 ktrAr o fha li oian T~in

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le tlUiheon a. at iz 12oLockt tLh Mvclgani union..
P. E. Bursley CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Sept. 23- A
mother, father and daughter have
r Pre-Dental Students: enrolled at the University of Illi-
ctions in regard to the courses to be taken by pre-dental 'nois this fall.
ould be referred to Dean Ward of the Dental School. He Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Huckins and
to give any information in regard to the fulfillment of- the daughter, Helen, of Champaign,
s for admission to the -Dental School. . have all entered as undergraduates
P. E. Bursley Mr. Huckins has enrolled in the
college. of law as a junior while his
erature: . wife will finish whereshe left off
4 and 5 have been changed from Wednesday to Tuesday a number of years ago. She has
o'cloc'k. enrolled as a senior in the school
LilaPargment. of music and will study voice.

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