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V V! I I V I"16 W a
n in the Bulletin is constructive notice to
sity. Copy received until 3:30 p. m. .(11:30
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1922

1 ETI
all members of
a. m. Saturday.)
Number 28

There will be no weekly meeting this Friday, Oct. 27. The Tryouts for
the Varsity debate will eb held next week Nov. 3. This will be a closed
meeting, for members only.
F. R. ALLABEN, President.

The attentioi of all students who are duly qualified voters in this State'
is called to the provisions of the State law, whe'reby "absent voters" may
register their votes at elections in this State.
Public Act No. 203 of 1917, after defining an "absent vloter" as "any
qualified elector, who is absent or who expects to be absent from the town-
ship or ward in which he resides, on the day of any election or official pri-
mary election," expressly includes in this class students while in attend-
ance at any institutin of learning.
An "absent voter" is entitled to vote at any election in the following
manner. At any time during the thirty days next preceding election he may,
make application to the township, city, or village clerk, in person or by
mail, for an official ballot. Such application is to be made on a blank of a
form described in the law, which on request will immdiately be mailed by
the township, city, or village clerk to the voter who asks for it.
The voter should fill this out and return it to the township, city, or
vllage clerk, who will then forward copies of the ballot or ballots, together
with instructions to the voter. It should be noted that 'the law does not re-
quire that applications forabsent voter ballots be received by the clerk
later than the second day preceding election.
Students who are qualified voters are therefore advised to write at once
to the township, city, or village clerk at their place of residence, request-
ing the iofficial blank on which. to apply for a ballot. There is no reason
why any one who is a qualified elector should forfeit his privilege of voting
in the fall elections by reason of absence from home for the purpose of at-
tending the Unversity.
The above is brought to the notice of students in accordance with action
taken by the Deans. F. E. ROBBINS.
University Women:
The registration blanks to be used in all Unversity houses for signing
out at night are now ready and a representative of each hall of residence,
sorority house and League house is requested to call for her quota at the
office of the Dean of Women by Wednesday, Nov. 1.
JEAN HAMILTON,
Dean of Women.
Executive Board of the Graduate Seaool:
There will be' a meeting of 'the Executive Board of the Graduate School '
on Thursday, Oct. 26, at 4 p. m. ALFRED H. LLOYD.
Zoology I, Supplementary Examination:
Those who were absent from examination last June will take examina-
tion Saturday, Oct. 28, at 9 a. m., in Room Z-229, Natural Science building.
A. FRANKLIN SHULL.
EngUsli Department In Engineering College:
The staff of the English Department in the College of Engineering will
have luncheon at 12 o'clock, Thursday, Oct 26, at the Michigan Union.
J. RALEIGH NELSON,.
College of Literature, Selence, and the Arts. Dean's Advisory Committee:
There will be a meeting of the Dean's Advisory Committee on Thurs-
day, Oct. 26, at 4:15 p. m. in the Dean's office.
JOHN R. EFFINGER.
-. 0. T. C Advanced Course:
Checls. for commutation may be obtained from the Adjutant by pre-
senting Treasurer's receipt for Uniform Deposit.
- ROBERT ARTHUR,
Major, C. A. C. J. D. B.
Reserve Officers Training Corps, Band:
Band rehearsal 'vill be held. at 6:30" p. m. Thursday evening at New-
berry hall and will be discontinued at 7:50. All students interested in play-
ing in the band are invted to attend'. Bring 'instruments.
ROBERT ARTHUR, J. D. B.

WHAT'S GOING ON
NOTICE-Copy for this column should
be submitted by 4:30 o'clock of
the day before publication.
THURSDAY
5 :00-Michiganen sian editorial staff
meets in Press building.
7:15-La Sociedad Hispanica meets in
room 205, University Hall.
7:30-Gun and Blade club meets in
reading room of Union.
7:30-Prescot club meets in room 303,
Chemistry building.
FRIDAY
7:30--Polish students meet in Lane
hall.
8:30--Hollowe'en party, Harris hall.

DAIL EIREANN PASSES ON
NEW IRISH CONSTITLTTION
(Continued from Page One)
erendum of the people, if demanded,
within 90 days.
Article e7. The parliament may
provide for the initiation by the peo-
ple of proposals for laws of consti-
tutional amendments, such legislation
must provide 'that the proposals be

Brussels, Oct. 25.-A arty of Bel-
gian soldiers has been attacked and
berg, near Mosro, Rhenish Prussia,
according to the Libre Belgique. The
military police have taken up the
case.
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initiated on petition of 50,000 voters.
If the parliament rejects such a pro- HILL AUDITORIUM
posal it must be submitted to an or-
dinary referendum for decision.
Irish to Decide War Participation OCTOBER 26
Article 48 provides that "except inO B
case of actual invasion the Irish Free
State shall not be committed to ac-_
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Article 50. The executive authority' As played by Fay Bainter
of the Free State is vested in the
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crown. There will be a council to aid
and advise in the government, styled L I L 10RoUhe
the Executive Council, responsible to With JOSEPH SCHILDKRAUT and EVA
the chamber. LE GALLIENNE
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U-NOTICES
Press club 'niembership cards for
members who have paid the class
dues have been placed with Wo-
men's League booth in U-Hall and
can be obtained today. Cards will
be issued upon payment of dues atl
club meeting Wednesday night.
Prospective members will be admit-
ted and may sign up at this meet-
ing.
Camp Davis men may secure prints
of pictures taken this summer byi
calling at the surveying depart-
ment and ordering them.
There is an exhibition of portraits of
leaders of the war in Alumni Mem-
orial hall daily from 2 to 5 o'clock.
This is given under the auspices of
the Ann Arbor Art association.
Westerners club meeting postponed tot
Wednesday, Nov. 1.E

Court System Provided
Article 63. The courts shall com-
pose courts of first instance and of
final appeal termed the Supremea
court, and also courts of local limited
jurisdiction.
Article 67 provides that all judges,
including those on the Suprene court,
shall' be appointed by the representa-
tive of the crown on the advice of the
Executive council.

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Whimsies subscription campaign on
the campus will be held Wednesday,!
Oct. 25. Bodths will be placed in1
University hall and General Library 1
corridors between 9 and 5 o'clock.t
Drop boxes will also be placed for 1
convenience in Tappan hall, West4
hall, Engineering, Natural Science,1
and Economics building. Rates $11
for one year.
Just before the Illinois game, Fri-
day, October 27, the Hallowe'en Danc-
ing Party at Dexter. Kennedy's Soci-
ety Six Piece Orchestra will furnish:
the music. Hats, whistles, and every-1
thing for fun. Busses leave Calkin's
Drug Store at 8 p. m.-Adv.
Begimin ax Class - October 30 t
HAMILTON
BUSINESS COLLEGE
State and William Streets

Article 69. The jurisdiction of
courts martial shall not be extended
to or exercised over the civil popula-
tion save in time of war and for acts
committed in time of war.
Article 77. After the constitution
comes into operation the house of
parliament elected in pursuance of
the Free tSate agreement act may for
one year exercise all the powers con-
ferred by the constitution on the
chamber. The first election for the
chamber sh'all be as soon as possible
after the expiration of such period.
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b feeting:
il be a- meeting of the Prescott Club Thursday evening at 7:30
Chemistry building. The speaker of the evening wil be Dr. W.
the subject: "The Historical Conception ofDisease". All inter-

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C. C. GLOVER, Secretary.

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OCT. 30-INA BOURSKAYA, Russian Soprano, Soloist with The Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Ossip Gabrilowitsch, Conductor.
NOV. 20-RAOUL VIDAS, French Violinist, Soloist with The Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Victor Kolar, Conduct
ing, in a program of popular works.
DEC. 4-ALFRED CORTOT, French Pianist "A Second Paderewski" in a Piano Recital.
JAN. 15-KATHRYN MEISLE, American Contralto, Soloist with The Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Victor Kolar,
Conducting, in a program of popular works.
FEB. 1 9-MAURICE DUMESNIL, French Pianist, Soloist with The Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Ossip Gabrilowitsch Conductor.

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