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THE MICI-IIGAN DAILY

DAILY OFFICIAL BLEI
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members o[
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. mn. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays).

Volume VI

WE DINESD^V OCTO BER 7, 1925,

:Numnber 11l

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To the Deans:
There will be a Conference of the Deans on Wednesday, October 7, at
10 a. mn. in the President's office. C. C. Little.
University Lectur:
Professor William Morris Davis, of HlarvardI University, will lecture
Wednesday, October 7t1, at eight o'clock, in the Natural Science Auditorium,
on the subject "The Lessons of the -Colorado Canon." Illustratedl by lantern
slides. The public is cordially invited. W. ll.. obbs.
D~ean's Advisory Commnittee, College of Literatutre, Science and the Arts:
The first meeting of the year will be hield Thur day, October 8th, at
4:10 . 1M. in Room 1210 Angell Hal. Professor J. W. Glover has been
elected as a new member of the Committee; Professor W. J. Hussey has
heen appointed to fill the vacancy existing at tis time, and Dean Lloyd will
fill out the unexpired term of Professor Wenley.
John R. Effinger.
University Women: Freshman Class:
The second lecture to freshman women, on Campus Orgaization, will
be given Wednesday afternoon, October 7, 4: 15 o'clock, in Sarah Caswell
Angell Ball, Barbour Gymnasium. Attendance of all freshman women is
required. Please bring blue-books and pens.
Jan Hamilto, ]Dan of Women.
Faculty Directory Cards:
At noon Tuesday the following persons named on the departmental
check lists had not submitted cards for the faculty directory. It is requested
that they come to the Office of the Registrar before 5 o'clock this afternoon
to fill out the necessary blanks:
F. C. Amstutz Claude Samel Kegerreis
Russell B. Bailey Coin MCrac
Edith Bishop Elizabeth P. Ranck
Theodore L. Bliss Henry K. Ransom
William Dickson John Sander
Ross H. Firestone Rose Shore
A. C. Furstenburg Arthur Steele
Louis Garner Dr. Tiy
'Andrew E. Gurney R. C. Travis
John Hassberger J. Wilson
Tomg N. Horan
Ira 31. Smith, Registrar.
Students Enrolled in the School of Business Adminiisrtion:
T1here will be a meeting of all student s enrolled in the School at 3: 00
P. M. on Thursday, October 8, in Room 206, Tappan hu~l.
EdmunuidE. iDay.
Senior Engineers:
Assembly Thursday, October Sth, at h1 oclock in Room 348. Election
of class officers. A. 0. Lee.
University Women:
All rifle classes begin this week. Students meet in Room 330 Old En-
gineering Building at the hour elected. All abscics may be made up to-
day at 4:15.- Ethel McCormick.
Sophomore Women:
Collections of the one dollar tax for the freshman spreadl are being
made this week in all sophomore gymnasium classes.
Ed wia, logat tone, Chairman.
Freshman Engineers:
Regular Freshman Assembly will be hield today at 11 o'clock in Room
348. Dean Butts will speak. Everybody out. You will please occupy~
permanently throughout the year the seat that you choose this morning.
C. 0. Wiler, Fresmann Metor.
Choral Union Tryouts:
Tryouts for the Choral Union will be held on Wednesday 4:00 to 5:00
and 7:00 to :00 Room 223 School of Music, Maynard St. 'Tenors and basses
are needed.
Charles A. Sink, Secretary.
University of Michigan Band:
The regular weekly rehearsal of the Varsity Band wil be held Wednes-
day, Oct. 7, at 7:15 P1. M., Morris Hal. Men whose names appear on the
reserve list of the band will report to the proper se~ion head at the begin-
ping of rehearsal. There will be a meeting of the sectiof head in the office
at 7:06 P.,MX T C. Schneira, Prs.
University Section, Society of American Military Engineers:
All Military Engineers are requested to meet in the Commandant's3
Office, 1R. 0. T. C. Building, on Wednesday, October 7 at 7:00 P. 1.
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New officers will be elected at that time and the prog ram of aw(,ivities
for the ensuing semester submitted for approval.
JosephlISeidc, 1Pre ident.
O 0ol og'ca I and Geographical Journal ClIub:
TPhe fast meeting of the Geological and Geographical Journal Club ill
be held on Thursday, October 8, at 7:30 P. MW. Doctor Hobbs wiii talk on
the "Wind Poles of the Earth's Atmospheric Circulation.- The ladies of
the faculties concerned are urged to attendl. In The icIhigan D~aily of1
Oct. 6 the time for this meeting was erroneously announced for 8 1'. M. in-I
stead of 7:30 P. M. W. it. Ter Wiebe. I
Black Quill:
The first meeting of the Black Quill will be held in Room 204 Soul)
Wing on Wednesday evening, Oct. 7th, at 7:15. All members are urged to
be present as important business is to be brought up. The tryouts tor ne
members will be announced later.
Helen Wh'ipple, President.!
La Sociedad Hlispanica :
La Sociedad Hispanica will meet at 7:30 Wednesdlay night, October 7,
in Room 318 of the Union. Simon F. Rosenibaiuil.
The Inlander:
Manuscripts for the first issue of The Inlander will be received at the
Press Building until October 15. The Edliiors. ;

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WNED-NESDAtY, OCTOBER 7. 1925
Yoit fufi1 L°.wvi~ er -I. errug 510 vs I;. Mrk 023; 1Z.1'Keuzl ad Wlch 5157 vs WV. Rart-,
B/ 7.trody 31 sW atet61;W. t1,,;1 and Rt. W. Bartlett 21077;
Rival Of Darrow F1 xt. Ardussi 8266 0,, .1ee 81;Vnosulbruggo m and Shaw 766Vs

WHAT'S GOING ON
Notices to appear in this column miust
be left in the box at the Daily office
provided, for uinit purpose before 4
o'clock preceedinig the day of issue.
WEDNESDAY
10:00-Conference of the deans in the
Presidents office.
11 :00-Freshman engineers as sem-
ble in room 348, Engineering build-
ing.
4:00.6:00-Open ho~use at the Congre-
gational church.
4:00.5 :00-Ch oral Un'ion tryouts held
in room 223, School of Music.
415}-h-Organ recital by Palmer Chris-
tian in Hill auditorium.
7 :00-Military engineers meet in thel
commandant's oft' e, R. 0. T. C.I
building.
7 :00-8 :00-Choral Union tr!,outs held
in room 223, School of Music.
7:1.5-Band meets at Morris hall.
7 :1- --Black Quill meets In room 204,
south wing, University hall.
7:30-La Sociedadl Hispanica meets In
room 318, Union.
8 :00-Prof. W. W. Davis, professor
emerituis of Harvard university,

very good condition. To p~rotect isi, 3
trousers hie wears pant cips, I

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IIt has been rumored that the pro-
fessor lives in Dearborn, <and Ithat, NNilJi m .'ccIt t twO1t, yout hful Chii-
H enry Ford is worriedl over this turn ficigozan, bids fair to ceclipse thle fame
of affairs. Mr. Ford believes that if iof Clarence 'b.urowx as a. criminal law-
he can not persuade his own towns- ; er. lie clea rod \Viliiaum I). Shc'm)-

will be a failure.
intramural Items,

W. MW. Lewis7vs A. Levin452Fli and Schmnidt 4498; M'agel and
SM. Davey ST:;2 v. lC. Mader 434 (chime 9761 vs Robinson and Iharry
1)oulhl(es.:E. 1hAf 2215-)and prt 7 G5 oldman and Kovner 5157 vs
ner vs C ;, I her "and 'esimn4 1 VII!) crIg and hImatner 92917; 1Heinz
II nime n parl1)2t ncr _15 )17 vs I'a trick 5988 and >Ii Iicling ;22442 vs lBrownv an(I
anid Lewis 7239; L. lSti and pal~rt -Ut hey-901; hopf and Kuiijicul 5974 vs
ncr 80,39 Vs IRosenberg I'lamid ham 596 1; VWemmgem an mid parter 5517.

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(Continued fromh'age Six)
Boxer 8871; L. R. Joslin 7943
V. Smit~h 21888; R. W. I3artli

21077 vs H.' Kuenzel 5974; D. D). Cluff
21517 vs J. B. Cressmnan 4691; F. Stu-
livan 8124 vs D. 1W. Brown 7901; M.
MW. Meritt 6835 vs G. A. Nicholson 5817;
1H. Small 9553 vs B. Forsythe 6757;
A. C. Lamont 6126 vs L. Swartz 6581.;
F. W. 'Thompson 6961 vs P1. Welch
14618.
E. H1. Watts 6454 vs H. B. Smith
Law club, J-36; Heinz 22442 vs Shaw
Read the Want Ads

beed, alleged germ mu rurderer ;saved
Bernard G rant from thme glow;and
wvas the f ' t her or I h, >insanit y plea
that saved Gene Gleary.
7372; G. -We nger 55 17 vs L. Rootlike
22117; J. A. 11arshiall 5817 vs 13.(Cross
9217; K. Patrick 7239 vs It. J. Reed,
216i77 ; arnatz S733 vs K. illoore
f21 624; T. Rotgvoy 5362 vs 11. Schmidt!
6367; G. W. H arry 7935 vs G. Vaicimvis
75,12; El. G. Ilic<klitig 5988 vs 11. E.
Micuine224N'; 'A. S. Kovuer 5,157 vs
'1t. W. Leslie 7913; If. E. Jlones 7935
vs R?. E eiiiliner 22245; If.I+1. Juryl
221.10 vs Felix 4198; 1 lollisi er 7017 vs
l larnmish 8994; 1i. Cohenr 8039 vs R. -
Cleary, 502, Em. Amu St.; 1). Kimball'
6637 vs Arnold 8657.
J. P. D)alton 6617 vs G. R. Randall
orison 5033 ; J. 0. C alrber 44417 vs A:I
F. Schuster 341; '1P. Wasielenskii
21892 vs L~. B13 Rodemnberg '7017; It.

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orado Canon" in the Natural Science s WO
auditorium. ie " ,~1~', W d e
THURSDAY ! et e .fh ern Wedge!p
j 10 ftil
11:00-Senior engineers assemble in Q
room34$Engineering lbuilding. I NI
3:00-Business aiins~ trIatin tu A generous cut from a deep, creamy, !!
dalls meet nrom26Tapn flake -crusted, home-made pie, along gin
4:10 L'aculty of the College of
Pharmacy meets in room 212, Chem- a iwit a gaso ik m ke o ibe M
ical building. 110,
4 :10-Petn's advisory committee, Col-Iihearty appeteaser. Drop into the
lege of Literature, Science, and the a ena ytm o ilr ",uii
Arts meets in room 1210, Angeli NTv rn a y i e o afllr
hall. wRum
74:30-Prof. W. H. Hlobbs of the geol- m
ogy department, speaks on "Wind More girs ould leave home if lhcij knewta 1
Poles of the Earth," in room 437,s
Natural Science building.' Z the Tavern served pies as good as mro~lher's.X
Pro fessor .Stirl
.Employs Unuwifal I W NN E
Means Of Travel!JI
The age of bicycles is not dead! {r I i
Although the students may prefer to+roi"ili
ride about in gasoline propelleda
wrecks, at least one of the older gen- j ,
eration, an associate professor of rhet-
orie, still places his confidence in theIN
foot propelled vehicle. i: A ra itt plarr or fv I U~ hf uarrt'g"II
The bicycle is one of an obsolete pill
make but the tires appear to be in ~ *jjj~=-
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R 011119 AM 1N DSE 2i, Arctic and Antarctic
cx il;rce, d,,iscoverer of the Scuth Pole,
gill ope n tme cou7rse October 24.
L1 11 il ' 1; C191i11ll GG, Founder and President
Lof 1timeAmerican Flying Club, will speak
October 27.
A 4 ~T) 7k0YS, famuous English poet, will
pr)Iescut- an interesting program, Novem-
ber 5.
W iL1 1Ifl N. IASKELL1, head of Ameni-
VV cani Relief Administration in Russia,
will lecture November 24.
PIlla IN C ESS 'A N TA C UZ',,_I, grands-daughter
P Et of C >'e-al Crant, gifted writer and lec-
turer, wiii be here December 8.
4A 1El ; 1WOOI4COTT, 'dramatic editor
o.kf theNe York Sun, lectures Janu-
ary 22.
SPAR lI ES C AIMA Ni, noted Preacher-Lectur-
S eh(ad of Fe'-leration of Churches, comnes
en February 2.
H AiAl0W I IAPLE 1, scientist author,
J 1)irector ,,f Harvard.Observatory, lectures
February 11.
PIIIIILAIf lRICE, celebrated reader of
..drama, will be here, February 18.
A lPl)I'AL nmber to be announced
w .Nithin a fewv days.
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