LILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
blcation in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
versity. opy received at the office of the Assistant to the President
til 3:30; 11:30 a. mn. Saturday.
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26
TQ Users of the Daily Official Bulletin: The attention of users of
e Daily Official Bulletin is respectfully called to the following:
(1) Notices submitted for publication must be typewritten and must
(2) Ordinary notices are published but once. Repetition is at the
(3) notices must be handed to the Assistant to the President, as
itor of the Daily Official Bulletin, Room 1021 A. H., before 3:30 p. m.
:30 a.m. saturdays).
To All Men Students: The attention of the student body is called to
e following two Regential rulings:
(1) That "no unmarried male student may live in an apartment."
(2) That "all freshmen are required to live in approved men's rooming
F. B. Wahr, Assistant Dean of Students.
Wowen Students-Defers in Physical Education: Those students who
sh to have their physical education deferred until the second semester
1t attend to this obligation by Friday of this week. Dr. Bell will see these
ldents from 8:00 to 10:00 and 1:00 to 2:00 in Barbour Gymnasium,
Paut F. Bagley Scholarship: Those interested in applying for the Paul
Bagley Scholarship in Chemistry ($200) must have their applications in
t later than Friday afternoon, September 29. This scholarship is open
Ly to juniors and seniors specializing in chemistry. Application blanks
Ly be obtained in Room 212 Chemistry Building.
University Symphony Orchestra: Tryouts for positions in violin, viola,
Qlo and bass sections of the University Symphony Orchestra will be held
Phe School of Music Wednesday afternoon from 3:00 to 5:00 p. in., Room
¢. Candidates for violins, and violas will try out with Professor Bese-
sky; candidates for 'cellos and bases with Professor Pick. Tryouts for
id and brass instruments will be announced for a later date.
Membership in the University Symphony Orchestra is open to any stu-
nt in the University who plays an orchestral instrument and has attained
moderate technical proficiency. There are no membership fees. Three
earsals are held each week. For further details inquire at the office of
e Musical Director, School of Music.
Vus ness Administration 161 (Financial Principles I): Lectures will be
ikTesday at 2:00 in Room 25 Angell Hall instead of Monday at 2:00 as
M. H. Waterman.
English 245 will meet at 3:45 Tuesday afternoon in Room 3220 A. H.
L. I. Bredvold.
Examination for Concentration in Group I or in English: The Com-
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prehensive Examination in English required of all Juniors who plan to Hormc
concentrate in Group I or in English will be given on Wednesday, September ulty a
27, at 7 p. m. in 2225 A. H. The examination for a reading knowledge are co
of one foreign language (French, German, or Latin) will be given at the
same time. P. Mueschke.
English 293 (Bibliography): The first meeting will be held on Satur- matior
day, September 30, at 9 o'clock in Room 2225 A. H. tf yo'
W. G. Rice. the R
Examination to test the reading knowledge of French; German, or bring
Latin required of candidates for the Master's degree in English will be
given on Wednesday, September 27, at 7:00 p. m. in Room 2225 A. H. All
W. G. Rice. queste
Professor Bennett Weaver will meet all students wishing to elect Eng- theatr
lish 297 at 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon in Room 2217 A. H. All
Geology 152. Earthquakes. First meeting Friday, 1:00 p. m., in room genera
3065 N. S. Lydia
French 199: Students who wish to elect French 199 will meet in Room Try
110 R. L. on Friday at 4:00 p. m. to arrange the hour and the day. Mao
French 168, History of Poetry in France, Part II: This course will be m. sh
offered'in the first semester of this year, TuTh, 2. 205 R. L.
The following courses listed in the Announcement will not be offered Fiel
this year: French 165, 166, French Literature of the Nineteenth Century; Gradu
French 195, 196, Studies in French Literature of the Nineteenth and have :
Twentieth Centuries. are a
History 39: Both sections 1 and 2 in History 39 will be held at 9, Friday, Dup
in Room 9, Old Law Building. Sec. 2 announced as meeting Friday at 10 night
o'clock, 1020 A. H., is dropped. E. W. Dow. ing a
Psychology 129: This class will meet in 307 West Medical Building. All
laboratory work will be on Thursday afternoons, beginning next week. Nation
Schedule is on door of 301 West Medical. igan
Philosophy 114 will be offered the first instead of the second semester, at th
MWF,9. 201 U. H.
Philosophy 32 (C. B. Vibbert) will meet in 25 A. H., TuThu, 11, instead Angel
of Newberry Auditorium. -_-_
Dr. George Barger, Professor of
Medical Chemistry in the University
of Edinburgh, will deliver a lecture in
the Natural Science Auditorium at
4:15 today. The subject of his lec-
ture will be "The Chemistry of the
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