PAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1926
DAI LY OFFICIAL DULLETIN
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. m. Saturdays).
ew Canadian Governor-General Given mtuE.he Belgian govern-1 rentals_ _ __ _
Parliament, is expected to announce ! Ribbons Carbons
Great Ovation Upon Arriving In Quebec shortly a plan for the stabilization of Service
the Belgian franc. This will include The Place of SerCall MICHIGANUNION 4
a foreign loan of from $50,000,000 to Rde s Pen Shop
- $60,000,000, of which New York will
be expected to take at least half. Agency for theAskoM sTeatre
MEXICO " CITY.-Iguala dispatches
say seven Catholic canons and three repairing
priests have been arrested in Chilapa
charged with sedition in connection
WED)NESD)AY, OCTIOBERI 13, 1926
Executive Board, Gradute School:
There will be a meeting of the Executive Board of the Graduate School
on Wednesday, October 13, at 4:00 o'clock.
Alfred H. Lloyd.
Without tle consent of parents, the University is unwilling to take the
responsibility for women students who go out of town to. football games.
Therefore all girls desiring 4o do so are required to present a letter from
their parents authorizing them to go. This letter must be presented at
least three days in advance of the date of the game, to the Office of Ad-
visers of Women, at Barbour Gymnasium, where it will be kept on file.
Letters will not be accepted or permission given after the third day preced-
ing the game.
Beatrice W. Johnson, Adviser of Women.
Lecture today at 3 P. M. in Room 101, Economics. All Wednesday sec-
tion meetings omitted. Full announcement posted in Economics Library.
Seating lists have been posted on the fourth floor of Angell Hall. Roll
will be taken Friday.
R. A. Billington, Assistant.
Palmer Christian, University organist, will give the following program
in Hill Auditorium Wednesday afternoon~at 4:15 o'clock, to which the gen-
eral public is cordially invited:
Rhapsody (Cole); Largo (New World Symphony) (Dvorak); March of
the Gnomes (Suite in "Fairyland") (Stoughton); Sonata 1 (Borowski);
Aux Etoilesx (Duparc); Minuet (Bizet);. Traumeri (Strauss); March (Suite
in Miniature) (DeLamarter).
Charles A. Sink.
School of Education, Junior Class:
Organization' meeting today at 4:15 in the University High School Audi-
torium. A complete attendance of both men and women members is re-
S. A. Courtis.
Choral Union Ushers:
All ushers are requested to report by 7:15 at Hill Auditorium, Thurs-
day evening, October, 14th, for the Elsie Janis Entertainment.
W. A. J)avenport, Assistant Superintendent, Buildings and Grounds Dept.
To All Seniors:
All seniors are requested to have their Michiganensian pictures taken
as soon as possible. Please read the article on the front page.
Louis Robertson, Editor.
Ann Arbor House-Holders:
All Ann Arbor residents having rooms available during the week-ends
of the Minnesota, Illinois, and Wisconsin football games are requested to
call the rooming committee at the Michigan Union, from 1 o'clock to 5
o'clock any day this week.
W. Roger Greene, Chairman.
Students of the College of Pharmacy and others interested are cor-
dially invited to attend the first monthly meeting of the Prescott Club,
Wednesday evening, October 18th, in room 303, Chemistry Building at 8 P.
M. Wilbur L. Scoville, chief chemist of Parke Davis and Company, a man
of international reputation pharmaceutically, will be the speaker of the
C. C. Glover.
Geological Journal Club:
The first meeting of the Geological Journal Club will take place on
STUDENT PRESS CLUB ORGANIZES AT
FIRST MEETING; ELECTS CHAIRMAN
with the religious crisis;*
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Viscount and Viscountess Willin gdon arrive in Quebec from England
and the Governor General Designate of Canada and his wife are greeted
with open army. This photograph wa s taken since their arrival.
Thursday, Oct. 14, in Room 437 N. S. Bldg. Mr. Senstius will speak on
Climate---Plant-Soil Relations in the Tropics."
Walter A. Ver Wiebe, Sect.
The Sociology Club will meet Thursday at 7:45 P. M. at 1414 Wasstenaw
Ave. All men and women interested in various phases of Social work are
31rrs. Ieal ryc :H amitin, Pres.
Fred W. Green, Republican nominee for governor, will speak at a
luncheon to be given by the University Republican club at the Union Sat-
urday, October 16, at 12 'clock. Tickets may be obtained at the main desk
at the Union.
It. A. MLarks, President.
GUAM-Having received word that
a resolution has been introduced in
the Philippine legislature providing
for the annexabion of Guam to the
Philippines, the chairman of the
Guam congress called a special ses-
sion. Members of congress are in-
dignant at the proposal and unitedly
opposed to the idea.
WASHINGTON-The usual seasonal
increase in demand of bank credit
was less during the last two months
than a year ago.
WASHINGTON-The Italian em-
bassy today issued a denial of the
article intimating that Italy was pre-
paring for war against Turkey.
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Organization for the year was dis-'
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its first meeting held last night in the1
Editbrial room of the old Medical
Irwin Olian, '27, was elected tempo-
rary chairman of the n1beting. It was
decided that there is to be a consti-
tution and such officers as the con-
stitutionAl committee may provide for.
There is 'also to be a new chairman
at each meeting who will have the re-
sponsibility of arranging the program
for the meeting.
The chairman appointed Gertrude
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of Ann Arbor will be played by the
Varsity band as a part of the cere-
monies of the Minnesota-Michigan
game, it was announced yesterday.
The piece is dedicated to Fielding
H. Yost, director of intercollegiate4
athletics, and is expected by the com-
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recent championships and victories inE
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