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SUNDAY, MAY 23, 1924

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Plays Dual Role In Greek Politics

Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
8:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays).
Volume V SUNDAY, MAY , 196 Number 175
The President and Mrs. Little will be at home to the Regents, officers,
2nd members of Faculties of the University and their wives at 815 South
university Avenue, Monday, May 24, and Tuesday, May. 25, from eight to
eleven o'clock. It is suggested that those whose names begin with the let-
tOrs A toL, inclusive, be present on Monday evening. and those with names
hoginning with ,the letters M to Z, on Tuesday evening. There is no need,
ltowever, that this arrangement should be rigidly observed, and Dr. and Mrs.
rAttle hope that members of the Faculties will feel free to come either
e Aing.
'o All Students having Library Books:
. 1. Students having in their possession books drawn from the University
Library are notified that such books are due Monday, May 24, before the
impending examinations.
2. Students who have special need for certain books between May
24th and 29th may retain such books for that period by applying to the
Superintendent of Circulation on or before May 24th.
3. The names of all. students who have not cleared their records at
the Library by Monday, June 7th, will be sent to the Recorder's Office,
where their semester's credits will be held up until such time as said rec-
ords are cleared, in compliance with the regulations of the Regents.
Wm. W. Bishop, Librarian.
Faculty, College of Literature, Science and the Arts:
The May meeting of the Literary Faculty will be held Monday, May
24th, in Room 2225 Angell Hall, at 4:10 P. M. Special topic for discussion:
Proposed 'revision of the combined Literary-Medical course.
John R. Effinger.
Faculty, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
There will be a meeting of the Faculty of these Colleges on Monday,
May 24, at 4:15 P. M., in Room 411 West Engineering Building.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
School of Education Faculty:
An adjourned meeting of the Faculty of the School of Education will take
place Monday, May 24, 1926, at 4:15 P. M.. A full attendance is desired.
A. S. Whitney.
Ann Arbor Art Association:
Paintings of forty-four American artists selected from the annual exhi-
bition of the Art Institute of Chicago are on exhibition in the West Gallery
Qf Alumni Memorial Hall. The exhibit will be open Sunday 2:00 to 5:00.
General admission twenty-five cents; free to members, students of Univer-
sity,and children. Warren P. Lombard, Pres.
Geogrgphy Summer Camp in Kentucky:
Important meeting of all members of party to arrange transportation,
equipment, etc., Tuesday afternoon, May 25, Room 17, A. H.
K. C. McMurry.
Choral Unon Book Refunds:
Members of the Choral Union are requested to return their music books
to the offlice of the University School of Music not later than noon Saturday,
May 29, to receive refund. After that date no refunds wll be made.
Charles A. Sink.
Romance Club:
The final meeting of the year for the Romance Club will be held at the
Michigan Union on Monday, May 24, at 0:00 P. M. Professor Vibbert will
addess the Club, and the Nominating Commttee will make its report for
the-coming year
A. G. Canfield.
Literary and Business Adinnistration Seniors:
Mr. E. S. Marples of the Jewel Tea Company will be in Room 204 Tap-
pan Hall, Monday, May 24, from 10:00 to 12:00 and 2:00 to 4:00. Mr. Mar-
ples has two different propositions for consideration.
C. S. Yoakum.
Men's Educational Club:
There will be a special meeting of the Club, Monday, May 24, at 4:05
P. M. in Room 208, Tappan Hall for the purpose of electing officers for next
year. A full attendance is desired.
Ralph Van hloesen, President.
Plapers Club:
The Players Club will meet on Tuesday evening in the parlors of Bar-
bour Gymnasium at 7:30 o'clock. This is the final meeting of the year.
Election of officers will be held. All members are requested to be present.
Minerva Miller, Pres.
Aeronautical Society Members:
There will be a meeting of the society Monday evening at 8:00 P. M. at
the Union. This will be the last meeting of the year. Liut. Williams will
speak on the advantages of the U. S. Naval Reserve Flight Training. The

annual election of officers will be held following Lieut. Williams' talk. All
members are urged to be present.
Frank A. Reid, Jr., Pres.
Notice of Electioo:
The election to the Board of Trustees of the Students Christian Asso-
ciation will be held Tuesday, May 25th, from 10:00 A. M. to 3 P. M. at Lane
Hall and Newberry Hall. All members of the University who are members
of Christian churches are eligible to vote.
Rensis Likert.
Research Club:
The regular meeting of the Research Club will be held Wednesday, May
26, at 8 P. M. in Room 2528, New Medical Building. The following papers
will be presented: Professor William H. Worrell, "Documents From the
Cairo Genizah in the Freer Collection;" by Professor Preston E. James,
"A Geographic Reconnaisance of Trinidad." There will be no meeting of
the Council.
J. R. Hayden, Secretary.

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FOR SALE-Ford Speedster. MustZ
sell at once. $30 cash. Call 8217
Colwell. 73-74-75
If you are a telephone subscriber call JimmieC
the Ad-Taker, Dial 21214, and your want ad
will be charged. FOR SALE-Two Ford Touring cars;
The Michigan Daily reserves the right to run good, 1926 license; $35 each.a
classify all want ads under appropriate head Il St. 73-74-75
ings and to revise or withhold objectionable -
This column closes at 3 P. M. date preced-
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9266. 74-75 J-Hop and Architect Ball reputation.
Priced reasonably if taken for both
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watch with U. M. Fob, near corner of 73-74-75
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General Pangalos, the "Mussolini of Greece," now is addressed by two
titles, being called president as well as prime minister. The photo is a
new one of the Greek leader.

Declares Economic Alliances aint iii
Good0( Relation s Betweent United
States And Japan
Economic alliances of Japan and the
United States are too extensive to
permit these two countries to become
enemies, stated Baron Takanaga Mit-
sui, a member of the influential Jap-
anese house of Mitsui, recently. Ful-
ly 40 per cent of Japan's trade is with
the United States, and America's
quick recovery from the effect of the
World war made possible Japan's re-
covery, be said. Japan depends upon
the United States in this manner, and
thus friendly relations are establish-
ed, he continued.
Japan is behind the United States]
along financial lines, but is striving to
follow the example of the latter, Bor-
on Mitsui went on to say. The Jap-
anese are interested in current events,
and even the sports of the United
States. A world series draws crowds
in Japan, and the feats of "Babe"
Ruth and "Bill" Tilden are given pro-
minent places in Japanese news pa-
p ers.
According to Baron Mitsui, Japan is
intensely interested in the welfare of
the United States and is keenly con-I
scions of the fact that their future!
prosperity is closely bound up with
that of the latter.
PARIS.-Dispatch from Beirut says
that in consequence of recent mili-
tary operations, the entire northern
part of the Djebel Druse country in
Syria, is dominated by French forces.
Let The Daily sell it for you thru
the Classified colmuns.-Adv.

"Books for College Men and Wom-
en" is the title of a pamphlet just pub-
lished by the department of rhetoric
and journalism for the purpose of
gathering together a comprehensive
reading list for college students. The
booklet is divided into the following
groups: biography and letters, essays,
nature writings, exploration and
travel, poetry, drama, fiction, and
miscellaneous. The booklet was de-
signed to answer the question "What
shall I read?" according to its com-
Lutheran Seniors
Invited To Dinner
Seniors affiliated with the Lutheran
church will be guests of honor at a
dinner which will be tendered them at
5:30 o'clock today at the Parish hall,
corner Fifth avenue and Washington
street, bygthe Lutheran Student club.
All seniors, as well as other student
members of the church, are invited to
Delta Sigma Rno
s _ le tsiO fier
Delta Sigma Rho, national honorary
forensi- fraternity, elected officers for
next year. recently. Those elected
were: Thomas V. Koykka, '27, presi-
dent, Emanuel J. larris, '27, vice-pres-
ident, and Marian M. Olden,, '27, secre-
WASHINGTON.-The Washington
government will not consider, with
armament limitation questions under
discussion at Geneva, the possibility
of another naval arms conference.

FOR SALE-Canoe; good condition;
reasonable price. Bridgman, Dial
9761, 408 Washington. 75-76
FOR SALE-Ford sedan, excellent
tires, mechanically guaranteed. Call
3543. 75-76-77
FOR SALE-Frontenac over-head
valves, a real buy. Phone Riley,
-6464 at 1003 E. Huron. 75-76-77
FOR SALE--1925 Ford Coupe. Phone
21040 after six o'clock. 75-76-77
FOR SALE-Oliver typewriter, A-1
condition; a bargain. Also bridge
lamp, student lamp, Victrola; cheap.
H. M. Maveety, 713 E. Kingsley. Phone
7837. 73-74-75
FOR SALE-1925 Ford Roadster in
good condition. For further infor-
mnation call Bob Brown, 5917.

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