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THE MICHIGAN DAILY___ ________

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PIIIP 1927 GLEE CLUB Sweeney, T. E, Wyles, J. RI. Russell, °and Is not unknown to 'Ann Arbor
ALUJMNI LEADS COMING P. W. Bitker, R. S. Miller, J. R. Cord- jaudiences. He is giving a series of
IILIIIJU MEETS TOMORROWA on, W. E. Topper, G. R. Hlbrook, F. lectures on the subject of present pris-
'Ilffl __ A. Heart, N. Blair. e practices and is exerting his ifu
. O S 'iUST DEDIC/AIDN The Freshman Glee club will hold1 Harold Jacox, '26, was appointed Ii- once toward the enactin g of rso ie
itsfirt mc~ig a 7 'clck omorowbrarian oI the University Glee club at; forms. He intends to give. severalE
a recent business meeting and smoker; talks here in the furtherance of thisj
PRESIDENTS Of LOCAL C ROUPS' night in room 308 of the Union. Alloftelu.Tegecubwltae urs.
ACCEPT INVITA TION OF first year men who have not reported a trip the week-e-nd of Thanksgiving, ----.--
TAIN o rotye r se od o going to Kalamazoo andi St. Joseph. C arry's (Class~es istributedj
a t th is tim e ._________________________________________ _________________________
Letters of Ice -- hv cme Te oloinarease t rprtIot tme late Ciiaiei 's S. Carry,
forpane avDom ETh flowngar ake o eprt o he Romance languages depart-
from presidents of several sectional1fo the first mooting: R.. B. :filers, IPrisonf eor e met!ee lsrbuelaon1te
alumni org anizations in ansxxer to an Stnly Fx .B uzL .Cm-I To Sp~"eak ITonight 1members of the department at the
invitation from Hawley Tapping, '16L, bell, Chester Stapleton, W. H. John- frtofheyawendutoheilI
field secretary of the Alumni associa- ston, G. 11. Likert, T. R.. Mathias, nefisswf hchersule nhisethhe I
Lion to attend the dedication of Yost Russell C. Cochrane, W. E. Berger, H. 1 John Francis Glynn, who -spoke Sun- ia nbe'otk ar fte
fiel hose n Sturdy o tosen a auch V.De rie, K.M. ricard M.day night in the parlors of the Unitar-1 These instructors are continuing with
representative. E. St. Aubin, F. C. Kampinga, VaskeyI tewoka rsn.
Among those that have signified an J Nahabedian, G. K. Tracy, M. Finkle- ian church, will give a lecture on tewr tpeet
intention to be, present are: Harry W.I man, L. F. Kummer, E. C. Mansfield,I "Prison Problems" in room 318 of the -________
Mulr x'3 f otWanm. C,.PecC BhF .Shc Union at 7:30 o'clock tonight undler the' Daily classified for real results.
Carl R.. Henri, '11L, of Alpena; Emn-; N. T. Coilins, S. Phelps, E. A. Ruetz, auspices of the Liberal club. The fact _________________
ory J. Hyde, '04L, of New York City; G. E. Browne, W. C. Welke, E. L.!I that the meeting is to be held in the -
Richard Hardy, '12, of Chatanooga, Blase r, 0. C. Koch, J. C. Consroe, O.; Union need not keel) women students# " U
Tenn.; Thomas S. Hammond. ex-'07L,! Boeck, B. McKelvey, R.. Woellhab, L. away as arrangements have been made a jA.US9w
of Chicago, Ill.; E. J. Walhlgemuth, I Shoemaker, C. Albracht, W. E. Krieg-! by which they may attend./
"11A, from Cincinnati, Ohio; Fitzhugh er, W. J. Dodge, J. E. Sherman, J. N. Mr. Glynn, aside from having spent j"r7
Burns, 192A, from St. Paul, ?Minn., and oidman, A. Grossman, H. P. Baecker, 20 years as a convict, has had wvide" -d-
Totval Str'om, '08L, from Escana bha . . M. Gray, .E. ' D. M orton, R. B. experience as editor of the "C o1nvict"Th e St d n s R v P eu o i
EThe University Health service hasj-
been constantly filled during the past
10 days. Of tlhe four cases of bronch- ::''
ial pneumonia that have appeared at'
the infirmary thus far this year three I
are now under care. They are: W. P. ;
Cusick, '25P, 0 . J. Kechlele, '27M, anid AT LAST!' SA
L. P. Bull, '25L. SAM] :

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Sofia, Nov. 5.-The Bulgarian min-
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an official apology for the attack by
three men on Col. Krastitch, Jugo-Sla-
via military attache.

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