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PublIa on in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3i, Q. ;30 a. m. Saturdays).
Vo WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 192 Number 20
To the Deans:'
There willlbe a Conference of the Deans on Wednesday, October 14, at
ten o'clock in the President's Office. C. C. Little.
To the Department Heads:
Nominations for departamental assistants should be sent in at once in
order that the October payroll may be prepared.
S. W. Smith, Secretary.
Freshman Women:
The second discussion group on Campus Organization (letters H to R)
will meet Wednesday, October 14, at 4:15 o'clock, in Sarah Caswell Angell
Jean, Hamilton, Dean of Women.
Freshman Women:
The third discussion group on Campus Organization (letters R to end
of alphabet) will meet Thursday, October 15, at 4:15 o'clock, in Sarah Cas-
well Aigell Hall.
Jean Hamilton, Dean of Women.
University Women, Upper Class:
The second discussion group on Campus Oragnization (letters M to end
of alphabet) will meet Thursday, October 15, at 7:00 o'clock, in Sarah Cas-
well Angell Hall.
Jean Hamilton, Dean of Women.
Students in BusIness Administration 101 and 211:
Mr. M. B. Walsh, President, Detroit Chapter of the National Association
of Cost Accountants, will address all students in these courses on Thursday
at 2°P. M. in Room 206, Tappan Hall, on the subject: "Accounting as 'a Guide
in Management:" Other advanced accounting students, not enrolled in
these courses,iare cordially invited.
Edmund E. Day.
History 147:
There will be no discussions on Thursday. Lecture in 3035 A. H.
A. S. Aton.
Zoolbgy I, Last Year:
Those who were absent from examination in June 1925, will take ex-
amination in Room 233, Natural' Science Building, Saturday, Oct. 17, 1925,
at 9 A. M. A. Franklin Shull.
Public Lecture:
Miss Edna White, director of the Merrill Palmer School of Detroit, will
speak on "lursery Schools in Connection with Universities" at University
High School Auditorium at 5:OQ P. M., Wednesday, October 14.
This is the first of four public lectures given under the auspices of the
Nursery Section of the Faculty Women's Club.
Maybelle H. Whitney.
Freshman Engineers:
Freshman Assembly will be held this morning at 11 o'clock in room
348. Mr. Cardwell, Chairman of Student Honor Committee will speak on
the Honor System. Every freshman should be present in order to become
thoroughly flamiliar with this system.
Those who were absent last week will, upon entering, obtain their seat
assignments fromMr. Toot.
C. 0. Wisler, Freshman Mentor.
Ughers-Oratorleal Association Lecture Course:
Those men who have made arrangements with the head usher will meet
in Room 8209 A. H. Thursday at 4:30 P. M. to receive their assignments for
ushering. Robert S. Miller, Head Usher.
University of Michigan Band:
The Varsity Band will have its regularweekly rehearsal on Wednesday
evening, October 14th, 7:15 P. M., at Morris Hall. Members are requested
to wear band jerseys or sweaters, if possible.
T. C. Schneirla, Pres.
House Organization Committee of Women's League:
There will be an important meeting of the House Organization Com-
mittee of the Women's League, Wednesday, at 4:45 in Barbour Gymnasium.
It is imperative that every organizer be present.
Dorothy I. CLine
Republican Club:
There will be a meeting of the Republican Club at 7:30 o'clock tonight
in Room 302 of the Union. All members are urged to be present.
H. A. Marks.
Scabbard and Blade:
Scabbard and Blade will meet in the Union, Room 304, Wednesday even-
ing att 7:30. D. A. Holm.
University Scholarship :

A scholarship, value of $250, for this year is open to a woman student,
preferably from Cook County, Ill., (Chicago) or from Philadelphia. This
scholarship has recently been founde d by Mr. John W. Schell, in memory
of his wife. Applicants should apply to the Secretary to Dean Effinger for
a blank, and return same after it has been filled out to the Dean's office.
The award will be made early in November.
H. P. Thieme, Chairman Scholarship Committee.

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LANSING, Oct. 13.-A request that Bishop H. W. K. Mowell, former BUENOS AIRES, Oct. 13.-By d
the valuation of the Manistee and (dean of Wycliffe college, Toronto, and feating Chile, three matches out
Northwestern railroad be reduced from seven other British missionaries, in- five, Argentina retains the Mitre-Tei
$400,000 to $200,000 was submitted to cluding fAve women, have been captur- ,nis challenge cup, emblematic of th
the state administrative board today. ed by Chinese bandits in Sechwan. tennis championship of South Americ
Read the Classified Page-it pays. Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv. Watch Page Seven for real value
lichigan Stationery



Washington, is recovering from another jolt given it by Col. William
Mitchell, stormy petrel of air service. He is seen (left) refusing to testify,
before the naval board investigating the Shenandoah disaster unless first
allowed to read a prepared statement.

Perhaps it's not sufficient
evidence of real satisfaction,

Will Entertain
Jewish Stud ents
At Madison Game
All Jewish students attending the
Wisconsin-Michigan game at Madison3
next Saturday are invited to attend a
banquet and dance at Madison the
night of the game, correspondence re-f
ceived at the office of Registrar Ira M.
Smith indicates.
Arrangements for the banquet are
being made by Hillel foundation, a
Jewish organization at Madison. Res-

ervations for the dinner-dance should
be mailed to the foundation. The cost
I is $1.50 per person.
PIERRE, S. D., Oct. 13.-Attorney-
General B. B. Jones Monday refused
to meet the request of a federal grand
jury for a special investigation of
Senators Peter Norbeck and M. H. Mc-
Master, to determine whether they
were guilty of "criminal collusion"
with former Treas. A. W. Ewert, of
the rural credit board.
Iet The Daily sell it for you thru
the Classified columns.-Adv.


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Notices to appear in this column must 1 8 .30- Engaged" is presented at the
be left in the box at the Da'ly office Mimes theater.
provided frir at purpose before 4
o'clock, preceeoiu e toe ay of issue
WEDNESDAY 2:00-Mr. lJ. B. Walsh speaks on "Ac-
10:00-Conference of the deans in the counting as a Guide in Management"
President's office. in room 206, Tappan hall.
11:00-Freshman engingeers assemble 4:45--Palmer Christian choir has re-
in room 348, Engineering building. hearsal and tryouts at the Congre-
4:00-6:00-0pen house at the Con- gational church.
gregational church.
gregational church.I 7:30-ChristianSceesoitmes
4:15-Palmer Christian gives an or- Science society meets
gan recital in Hill auditorium. in Lane hall auditorium.
0:00-De Molay holds anulal fa71 18:4I---New York Symphony gives pro-

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banquet in the new Masonic tem-y
7:15-Band has rehearsal al Morris
7:30 - Republican club meets in
room 302 of the Union.
7:3O-Forestry club meets in room F-
213, Natural Science building. Dr.
L. M. Gould speaks on "Canoe Trav-

gram in Hill auditorium.

PLYMOUTH, Mass., Oct. 13.- Col.
James Murray Atwood, who directed
the fire of a land battery against the
Merrimac during her fight against the
Monitor in Hampton Roads, Virginia,
during the Civil war, died here yes-

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