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I E M I RI G AN DAILY

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(Continued from PAgeH2)
mathematical and technical pro-
grams ;
Physics, or combinations;
Astronomy, or combinations;
Engineering-Law program;
Engineering-Business Administra-
tion program ;
Engineering-Forestry program;
Metallurgical Engineering pro-
gram.
A. H. Lovell,. Secretary.
Deadline for change..of . ce4Lons,-
ColIege of -iterat~ure, Science, and
The Arts: No course may be added
after the end of the, third week oft
the semester. This correct. informa-,
tion conflicts with the statemnent
(page 37, Announcement, College. of
Literature, Science, and' the Arts)
which reads, "No student shall. be
admitted to a class after the end of
the second week of a semester."~ The'
last day for adding courses is Satur-
day, Oct. 14, the end of the third
week.
ADeiw tmentai Secrtaries: Please,
submit a request fbr t ~ei dn~
ber of Faculty Directories this week.
Call Mr. -Bergman, University .-Busi-
ness Office (Extension ..K).
Presidents of, Fraternities and So.'
rorities are reminded that the mem-
bership lists were due in the Office
of the Dean of Students on Oct. 2.
The following houses . have. not re-
turned their lists:
Alpha. Tau Omega
Chi Phi
Delta. Kappa Epsilon
Lambda Chi Alph~a
Phi Dlta Thaeta
Phi. Kappa Ejgnma
Phi Sigma Dlta
Phi Sigma Kappa
Psi Upsilon
Sigma Nu
Zeta Psi
Tau Kappa ,Epsilon
Phi Alpha, Kappaj
Phi Delta Phi
Theta Kappa. Psi
Xi Psi. Phi

Beta Theta Pi
Delta . Kappa Epsilon
Delta. Upsilon
Phi Epsilon Pi
Phi Gamma Delta
Psi Upsilon
Sigma :Nu
Sigma Phi
Zeta Psi
Delta: Sigma Delta
Delta Theta Phi
Nu Sigma ,Nu
t Phi Delta .Epsilon
Phi Delta- Phi
Theta Kappa Psi
Alpha Gamma Delta
Alpha .Phi
Gamma Phi~Beta
Kappa Delta
Phi Sigma -Sigma
Alpha Epsilon Iota
Naval Architecture, and Marine.An-
-gineering: All those students : who
have not, placed their orders for the
student-rate subscriptions, of Marine
Engineering, see Dave ;Beach Aat. the
department 'office_ or. at 301 Adams

Alpha Omicron, Pi,
Alpha Phi
-Delta Gamma
;Kappa Alpha Theta
t SOCia Chairmen are. reminded -that
chaperon lists for the year 1939-40
are now. due in the Office of the -Dean
of Students. None have been re-
peived for the following houses :

House. Others, mast_ be, paid before
Oct. 13.
The Congress 4ooperpz~e ouse is
accepting -applications for board. Ap-
plication blanks may. be obtained at
the Congress Coperive House, 909
la. University Ave.
Academic Notices
;uiesingPractice I: This courseY will be
held, in Romw t106, Ra4.*bamSuiiling
on Thursday at 2,,3;,4,o'clack. The
sections ae.divided.-as folows:
sectio~n .2,t 2 o'cloc.
Ashbur~n, J ' Anderson
Bennett, Phyilis'Kennedy
' Dieckmann, Otto K.
Downs, .Benjamn -tiekney
Green, .Louis ;.&b ahp
Johnson, Robert IAth am
Lakin,_Delbridge Russell
Lifschutz,- Mollie
*Molranf -H. S.
4Wonroe, Ernest Gierad
Sun, Hou. Jan
-Teitelbaum, Howard -Shuirman
:Tocmnbs, Luis5e
Section 3 4t 13,4tlock.
Arthur, Marian George
Bartholome w, -Arthur -Peck, Jr.
Brockway,,TRbrt Clinton
Claypoole, Robert -Holton
Davidson, 'Sidney
:(prxtnued on 2-agee.4)

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