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DILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. in. Saturdays).
The first meeting for the year of the Romance Club will be held Tues -
dlay evening, October 12, at 8:00 o'clock, Room 323, Michigan Union. All
members of the staff teaching Romance Languages are cordially invite(I.
I . H. P. Tliimc.
B3RUSSELS.--The Belgian govern- Sh1ANGflAI.-- Aerial transportation I'BlI.T7 The Nat icnal Council.o
moent, under powers conferred by Par- between Japan and China started yes- thy, ,WOmnu of Ireland hals w nt lo
Sliamient,. is expected to announce terday with the arrival here of two the Iri h Free Site dele;-ates to tlf)
shortly a plan for the stabilization of commercial airplanes from Koreo. cotiniug imtpeial conferenice a memo-
the Belgian franc. - randuin claiing xr women the righlt
C (lassified ads bring big results for to retalin their nationality on nri
Subscribe for the Michigan Diy money invested.-Ad. agc . i oreiguei'S.
V olume VII
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1926
Freshmnan Women :
Freshman women whose names begin with the letters A to M are re-
qUired to attend the second Organization Lecture Monday, October 11, at
7:00 o'clock in Sarah Caswell Angell' Hall, Barbour Gymnasium.
Alice C. Lloyd, Adviser of Womnm.
Freshman Women :
Freshman women whose names begin with the letters M to Z are re-
quired to attend the second Organization Lecture Tuesday, October 12, at
7:00 o'clock in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall, Barbour Gymnasium,.
Alice C. Lloyd, Adviser of WAomen.
butch Society Will Award Essay Prize:
"The Netherlands .Abroad," a Dutch society which has its headquarters
in Amsterdam, has just announced a contest for a prize of $200 for the
beat essay on modern Dutch history written by a student either from Col-
umbia university or the University of Michigan.
The essay will be of about 10,000 words in length and will he upon
one of three subjects:
"Holland's relation to Belgium in the twentieth century," "Holland's
colonial administration in the twentieth century," or "Holland's economic
development in the twentieth century.!'
The seating list for Tuesday and Thursday lectures is posted on the Bul-
letin Boards of Angell Hall and Natural Science Auditorium as announced
in the last lecture.
W. A. Fray er.
Fr'encha 31 at 11 :04 o'clock:
Students in French 31 at 11:00 who took the placement test may find out
the section to which they have been assigned by consulting the bulletin board
in the south hallway in South Wing of University Hall, just outside tre door
of room 104 South Wing. Student's should go to classes according to this
new division on Monday.
Lafayette F. Dow.
SCourse in Theory of Spectra:
"Students interested in Dr. Laporte's course in Theory of Spectra will
meet on Tuesday at 3 In Room 1041, New Physics Building, to arrange the
H. 3L. Randall.
Senior Engineers :
The election of officers will take place in room 348, West Eng. Bldg.,
on Tuesday, Oct. 12.
E. M. Bragg.
School of Education Men:
All the men of the faculty and of the rstudent body of the School of
Education are cordially invited to atteiid a get-acquainted meeting to be
held ih- Room 316 of, the Michigan Union; Monday evening, October 11, from
7 to 8 o'clock.
WV. L. Carr.
Harvard Club of Xichigan:,
There will be a dinner for all members of the Harvard Club at the
Michigan"'Union Saturday, October 16th, at 6:30.
1 A. L. 1Dunhamn.
Regular meeting wil be held in Room 3201 Angell Hall, on Tuesday,
October 12, at 8 p. m. Professor C. J. Coe will present a paper, "On the
Existence of Singular Solutions and Envelopes." All persons interested are
cordially invited to attend the meetings of the Club.
W . Denton, Secretary.
IrHAVE YOUR CLOTHESSHPI
R.i 0. 1). Meeting:
The meeting will be held Monday at 8 P. M. in room 306, Michigan
Union instead of Tuesday.
R. X1. Balthaser.
lloany 1, Laboratory Section 3:
Matcrial collected on the field trip will be studied in the laboratory
on Monday, October 11. Be certain to bring all your material to class.
F. tG. Gustafson.
Interfraternity Council Meeting:
TIhere will be a meeting of the Interfraternity Council Mlonday, Oct. 11,
at 4:15 P. M. in Room 304 of tie Union. All fraternities in the Council are
requested to be represented.
John R. Bol mid, Jr., Pres.
y Univermity Library Sunday Opening:
The main reading and periodical rooms only are open on Sunday. The
hours are 2 to 9 P. Mt. Books shelved in other parts of the Library Building
may be put on reference in the main reading room for Sunday use on appli-
cation Saturday evening at the, desk from which they may ordinarily be
This does not apply to books shelved in buildings other than the Library.
Most books in the Departmental Libraries may be drawn for home use over
Sunday during the last hour the Departmental Library is open on Saturday.
Wm W. Bishop, Librarian.
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" E ventuallywhy Not Now"
Get a Rider
And save the sacrifice on a trade-in for one later.
There is the additional safeguard of Penmakers Fitting
Service at Rider's Pen Shop.
These pens are made in Ainn Arbor and sold direct to you.
Adjustments and replacements while you wait.
Five other selected gtandard makes of pens
ranging in price from $2.75 to $mo.oo
Rider's Pen Sop
To Old Friends and
The Forest Lunch, 538 Forest, is under new management.
Give us a trial. We serve quality foods only.
HARRY'S RESTAUR ANT
Open 6:30 A. M. to Midnight.
MICHIGAN SEAL--NE ANDSA
45'lie.nts-Regulasr Price 75c:
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The Knd I Could Import to Sell at a Muh Lower Figvue
(w If I Camed to Deal in that QIuality.
IV THERE , SUCHI A THING AS EXTRAVAGANT ECOINOMIY,
The 0old adage "Penny wise and poundl foolsh,'' applies in the buyinmg of rugs
egurnethcatcotmsadseeyto be equaly a as well as in other purchases. 1-ow much have your domnesit rugs or your "Bargain
good as seen ini New York at the Republic Theatre. . have you had to replace them? How much real enjoyment and PriFleof many essiomI
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are only a little over half the Newv York retail prices ol these same rug'-s. (They
II __ 2 are not -sold in Michigan except through my agents. I am sole Mihia reprseita-A
t - 1 ! i tie.) he rugs are priced in the fist place with no idea of furtre special cut-price
sale. Mypolicy is not' to get "all the traffic will bear" at the time peopla, are inter- r
estedinfmrnishings, and then make a. clearance lby special sales to get rid of undesir-
abl LetOvers. -There is not one rug among my tII*)uall(s of feet of rugs that is
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WHETNT RUGS It EN DED) FOR CIRISTNIAS (1AME TOO) LATE, AND) ,1511 NOW,
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'CHeirloom Rugs are entirely made by hand-each little knot tied by hand on PR
hand-made warp with the best of hand-spun wool.
Look through the rug advertisements, note how few Oriental and Chinese rugs
are spoken of as handmade. Did you know that many of these rugs are made of i
r U4 machimne spun wool, which is featured as better thanm the hand spun, and usually caled
"w orsted"; and', machine gnotted andl sheared as wll? I b ave samples of theseW
t machine made rugs as well as of the usual commerciatChuiese rug that you may
JJ) compare them with 'Heirloom Rugs.
~ You are especially invited to come and see the wonderul display I now have
on hand, even though you do not plan to buy until some future date.
-'WHAT ROOM WOULD DENY TERMS IF DESIRED, OR A RUG WILL PE HELD IF A DEPOSIT IS MADE.
STHIS GOVERNOR WINTHROP " MRS. H. B. MERRICK
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