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SUPA, lP1~X 1 J l.30 923

'ads -Councilj
OfCommijssariesIn S ve R st1 ar
In~oiet ssia ATC, OF C, LUNCHEON
W ".+, Ly :;!rr ., fUniversity officials andI faculty
!members will be present at a lunch-
i" r r , .. 1 eon to be given by the Chamber of
i. Commerce next Tuesday which will
be the first occasion of the sort this
~ year. President Marion L. Burton and
Registrar Arthur G. Hail will speak.
The others who will b)e present to
represent the University are: Deanj
..... . John R. Effinger, Dean Alfred 1=.
Lloyd, Dean Hugh Cabot, Dean Hen-,
rj.: " ' ^ry M. Bates, Dean -Allen S. Whitney.
Dean Marcus L. Ward, Dean Edward'
i~. ~ ......... ~H. Kraus, D~ean Joseph A. lBursley.
is < 4Assistant Dean George W. Patterson
i Assistant Dean W. Rt. Humuphreys.
Secretary Shirley W. Smith and
KI Treasurer Robert A. Campbell.
<a I The committee on university rela-
tions, which arranged the porm
" ~is composed of the following mem-!
hers: William C. Iload, Robert Nor-
"' ris, F. Roy Holmes, William W.
Bishop and Paul L. Proud. M1. B-oat]
will p~reside at the meeting. Meni-
hers are asked to make their reserva-,
tions with the secretary by phione as
'' ;soon as possible. -

Thr ough M. Tsamados, Greek min-
ister to the United States, the office of
the Pres'ident of the University has
receives' the following letter from the
Rector of the University of Athens in
protest against the recent bombard-
;ment of Corfu by the Italians, and ap-
pealing to the universities of this
"The University of Athens, deeply
imovedl by the bombardment, the in-
vaSion, and the innocent vic-,
tiins of Corfu, warmly appeals to the
1unlive'rsities, the cradles of civilization,
(emanding their help for the defense
of the right and freedom of nations
Ssty flagrantly violated.''


VienaSpt.29).-Dr. Nathan 131-IVldvso, et 9-Qak r


In lpursuance of Th:. id
Daily's plan of snva, nr-
tra carrier hlas been securoylwh
will deliver p~apers- on coii~a
made to the Business ii(e. bereAntie~~iiv
!per by regular c urier (,an lu
9G0 before eleven o'lock i1:;he
morning, and a pa p.'r NII. ie
Elivered between that one o'locand
Daily classified for t c< . I ' i

.ain, f 1imbti', OftC3 .Jew:.}1ish lead
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overunnng Slbeiw onefagetting
i'"1 wih :a "curefor consumption",
~vh-;h onin,vesl ig-1tion tuIred out to
1)e oioin of 1boiled cabbage and
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C'omplet e Direetory Sooni
Th~le 'ioenor ury SIt(idents' direct ory,
now being com1,piled by the Union, will
be complete by Wednesday accord-
ing to Union conmmitteemuen in charge.
The directory, which has been in us;e
since the opening of school, consists
of small cards with the name, ad-
dress and phone number.

There will be no;thing v o; ye.o _
erend about you next yea rif>a
l a m i s t a k e a n ld . f l u n k c u s s l k U - 'b a d i g i o o i n r o i ,
1 port, and themes.$5 asaie
1ones $130 ,a perfectly cene
i makes of typewriters 1= '.( 2iV
s1'Ie TIpwrui er awl t thh-''
1) ea l 0!,
j . C. Smnith 4.112 nrona 7r ;


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PUBLISHES B 0 0 K Mai. Kanmev Englis 339 Ca ssrois b ('Wind _._..___-------- -- --
ofPro. C. C. Fries' class in English
M-~. Kaminev, head of the council o 39 Modern English (iarmar, will
Prof, Claude H. Van Tyne of the iis- commissaries of the people In soviet ' meet in Library 30 instead of fli?1' I,
torry department is the author of a vol- Russia, is handling most of the roul School 123, Mlondlay, Oct. 1 at 11 0%* 130
ume Just published by Appleton and ine duties which Nicola Lenin car- o'lc_ r,'-~;e p
company, entitled, "India in Ferment.,"ried on before illness forced him to rn
Professor Van Tyne's work is they quit active leadership of the Rted. Clristian~a, Sept. 29.--America bhas'"~fa f
rut of his six months spent in India bought one of the finet mssions w ii?
tudying solal and political conditions Teheran, Sept. 29. - Earthquakes;I tie capital, for use as its legation in "'=
which he has previously contributeda shocks also have been felt atBunurd,! law of Alfred B. Nobel, founder of the
to the Atlantic Monthly. The bookRasnaBian n.Noeprz.-- 8°°r a
i9 dedicated to Mr. Clarence M. B af-enjan, Bain and Anar.INobel prizes. r-J
ton of Detroit, through whose efforts? - ;''; Ut
Professor Van Tyne's trip was made
TFhe Green. 'free Inllt~E.TC!O~C~~iA
t ui Registration RHours fronm 2to rf5tt
Men who have not yet registere d at Corner 'State and Wiishinton Sreets 4 a~
the -Union May do so from 2' to 5 01-~
clock every afternoon next week al - - Y K 'wWLL
the desk in the Union lobby. Only 651 O'PEN DAILY E C P SUNDAY 'W '\ --
per cent of the men have thus far . E CEP
regiistered. ( I7 K°y -:
Notice Iij given that every student LUNCI-12:00 to 130 -- .L
to have the privileges of the Union K l ., - f'
must register, including participating i ^"' V ma.i---s " --- + sr
life-membership students.t
, i V: 4t'i. yo i lt havi he u
r, 0 . x ~ V 20 ..r 11 1 i(- h icry of (.v ii' 'al toi.
in end .Miscot and I re ila
OF ,.~~ i II F i.71I ATE wA
As It Actually Hiappened
ri nt / Right Bfr
" tl 1 ~--AMi) A 611 i >'s ?t "! )S;,'IS: 1Y lO(IL-
JESSE L.LASK.Y PRESENTS Ae w s Y Sork. ofstoadch,
J CHARL S pMAg l aid ginst a 1 c1 g
O ver 9 %jiame L r V- PR ODUCTION
from the K. S. Jamgotch Collection . 1b®
Be ginning Wednesday-2:30 and 8:00 o'clock
* More than 1 ,000 beautiful Oriental and Chinese rugs from the unrivaled t
K. S. Jamgotch collection will be sold' at auction beginning Wednesday after-
i.noon at 2:30 and 8:00 o'clock in the new main floor store. V IA
This is the 'largest and most attractive display of Oriental and Chinese
*rugs ever brought to Ann Arbor. Due to the many requests from customersp
who have been pleased with the purchases 'made at similar auctions last
Jdune, Mack & Co. has induced Mr. Jamgotch to return to Ann Arbor with a
new collection. .
Antique and Semi- ntIu
Included in this assembly are both antique and semi-antique rugs-all
to be sold at auction to the highest 'bidder. The rugs will be on exhibition = Adapted from Mllaxiprian PFoster's Saturday Evening Post Serial
beginning Tuesday. AS0 A 0A BIG ADDED LAUGH FEATURE ,

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Acutlons will be fheld daily at 230 and at 8:00 'clck- B O B TROTTER T R O0T S"V R O ynnHw I~g og .i
Maina Floor )I="SPOOKS' ETI U llda
are ..A Np~w '1 nn F~hn 1 rtnn{ 2 - ar Tax

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