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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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WEDNESDAY, QCTOBER 20, 1926

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DAILY 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. m. Saturdays).

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WYEDiNESDAY, OCTIOBEJ{ '20, 1926

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University Lecture:-
Professor S. N. Dasgupta, Professor of Philosophy Presidency College
Calcutta, will deliver a lecture Thursday, October 21, at 4:15 p. in. in Natural
Science Auditorium on the subject "Equcation and International Relations."
The lecture is given under the auspices of the Department of Philosophy
and the School of Religion.
The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins.
Faculty, College of Pharmacy:
The faculty of the College of Pharmacy will hold its first meeting Fri.
day afternoon, October 22nd, at 4:15, in room 212 Chemistry building.
C. C. Glover, lecretary.
Library Committeo Meeting:
The Library Committee of the College of Literature, Science, and the
Arts will meet on Tuesday, October 26, at 4 p. m. in the Librarian's office.
Members of the faculty having requests for special grants or purchases
to lay before the committee are req-uested to have them in the hands of
the Librarian not later than noon on Saturday, October 23.
VW.'fi. W. Bishop, Librarian.
Public Lecture:
A lecture on What is 'Theosophy? will be given by Dr. H1. Douglas Wild
in Lane Hall auditorium Friday evening, October 22, at eight o'clock.
Jose 3l. Albsladels.
Graduate Students:
Graduate students who have changed their city address since registra-
tion should notify the Graduate School office at once.
Ruth A. Rouse, Recorder.
Sociology 154, Modern Social Problems:
A make-up examination for students who missed the final last semester
or ring summer school will be given Friday beginning at 2 o'clock, Room
101,conomics building.
L. J. Carr.
Italian 151:,
The class in second year Italian, Course 151, under Professor McLaughlin,
will meet after this in room 100 South Wing of University Hall.
Philip A. Bursiey.
Make-up Examination Political Science 32:
The make-up examination in Political Science 32 will be held Saturday
morning, October 23, from 9-12 in Room 2035 Angell Hall.
E. S. Brown.
Sociology 51, (and others):
My quiz section meeting on Monday and Wednesday at 11 will attempt
to meet hereafter in Room 216 Angell Hall, which has been assigned to us.
This information should not be divulged fo any other departments for fear
they will ask us to move a fourth time.

Carillon (DeLamart er); Caprice Heroique (Bonnet) ; Adagio (Symphony
VI) (Didor) ; Elves (Bonnet); Cavatina (Raff); Toccata (Poellin).
Charles A. S ik.
Flratervifics :
'The re aire still several houses which have not paid their tnterfraternity
Council dcues. Ml ake all checks payable to the Interfraternity Council foc'
$50 :,d send to 1550 Vashtenaw.
Franuik Grainami, T1r ens.
T h G raha mern w ill e a m eeting of the A eronautical Society at the U nion in
lRooimi 3r0, tenight, at 8 p. m'. Mr. E. Le Roy Pellitier, of the Detroit Civil
Air Corps will speak on "The Nation's First Civic Air Unit."
II(. H iuellomal llres.
To All Seniors :
You are urged to make appoinments with the photographers for your
Michiga aensian pictures as soon as possible. Before making the appoint-
ments, order slips must be bought at the Michiganensian business office
which is open from 2 to 5 o'clock every afternoon. Two thirds of the price
I of this order slip goes to the photographer and will be allowed by him on
any private order which may be given before Christmas. No picture will
be accepted except fronmthe four official studios which are Dey, Randall-
Maedcl, Rentschler, and Spedding. By acting immediately you will be sure
to get the utmost attention from the photographers.
Louis Rbrtson, Editor.
JPhysical Edhie?len (urriculum Men--School of Education:
There will be a meeting for all men who are taking Practice Teaching
in Physical Education, on Wednesday, October 20th, in Room 19, Tappan
Hall at 7:15 p. in.
Botanical Seminar:
Botanical Seminar meets Wednesday, October 20, at 4:30, B173 N. S.
Bldg. Paper by J. B. Pollock-"A study of the fossil and fringing reefs on
Oahu, one of the Hawaiian Islands."
B. M. Davis.
Research Club:
The October meeting of the Research Club will be held on Wednesday,
October 20th, at 8 P. M. in Room 2528, New Medical Building. Election of
officers will be held at this meeting. The following papers will be read:
"Popular Methods of Measuring among the Greeks and the Romans", by Dr.
E. S. McCartney, and "Heat Transfer in a New Type of Evaporator", by
Professor W. L. Badger.
The Council will meet at 7:30 P. M.
T. Ti. Hildebranidt, Secretary pro temp.
Sociological Journal Club:
There will be a meetingsof the Sociological Journal club Wednesday,
October 20, at 7:30 in Room 104, Economics building. Members of the fac-
ulty, graduate students and others interested in current literature of a
sociological nature are invited to be present to plan the work for the year.
L. J. Carr.
League of Romen Voters :
There will be a meeting of the League of Women Voters Thursday at
four at Helen Newberry. Everyone interested is urged to come.
Ezabeth Knapp, Vice-Pres-
Forestry ('fll) Meeting:
Mr. E1P. Ivory, of the California Lumber Sales Co., will speak on lum-
bering Wednesday evening at 7:30, Room 214, Natural Science Building. The
public is cordially invited to attend.
Randal Mctjain.
Iota Alpha-
There will be an open meeting of the Beta Chapter of Iota Alpha f(r)
graduate students and faculty of the College of Engineering at 7:30 on the
evening of Thursday, October 28th in room 3201 of the East Engineering
Building. Prof. A. II. White will be the speaker.
J. J. (i:sel, Pres.
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Scabbard and Blade:
There will be a very important meeting of all Scabbard and Blade mem-
bers at the Union Wednesday, October 20th, at 7:30 p. m.
J. W. Hickman.
T41 1eta P1:
T'lre will be a meeting tonight'in Room 274, West Eng;ineering Build-
inG at seven o'clock.
Joseph D. Ryan, Secretary.
°'Concouics tlubt:
The club meets Wednesday evening at 7:45 in Room 304 of the Michi-
gun Union. All members of the teaching staffs in Economics, Business
Adl nist ration and graduate students specializing in these fields are invited.
Edmund E. Day.

told of the student rebellions in China,
and pointed out the tolerant attitud.
necessary to international friendship.
The program of the extension d-
partment for this year is much th
same as last. Letters have been seta
to clubs all over the state, andspec i-3
will be sent out to those which re-
quest them. Martin Mol, '29, is in
charge of the work of the department
for this year.
PEKIN.--Formal announcement was
made yesterday of the engagement of
Ferdinand Mayer, counsellor of the
A erican legton, to Miss Katherine
Dater, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex-
ander Duer of New York.
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Psychology, Courses 34, 36, 38:"
Students absent from the examination in these courses last June will
be given an examination, Saturday, October 23, in Room P 162, Natural
Science Bldg.i
-W. B. lillsbry'
sychology of the Abnormal, Course 42:
Students absent from the June examination in this course will be given
a make-up examination Saturday, October 23, at 9 in Room P 162, Natural
Science Building.
W. B. Pillsbury.
Economics 51 and Econories 493:
Make-up examinatioi*Friday October 22, 3-6 p. i. in Room 202 Ec. for
those who were unable to take the regular final.ay
list-ry 6:
Any student unavoidably absent from the regular final examination in
History 6, either in the spring semester or the summer session, will report
for make-up test Saturday, October 23, at 9 a. m. in Room 4001 Angell Hall.
Preston Slosson.
Hygiene lo:
Hygiene 101 lectures will be held in Room 165, Chemistry Building
beginning Wednesday, October 20th, for the remainder of the semester.
The new seating list will be posted Tuesday, Room 3, Waterman Gymnasium.
Roll will be taken Wednesday.
John Sundswall.
Ann Arbor House-Holders:
All Ann Arbor residents having rooms available during the week-end
of the Illinois and Wisconsin foot-ball 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, Cha irnian.
Electrical Engineering Students:
This afternoon at 4:15 p. m. in the Natural Science Auditorium the first
of a series of student talks will be given by Maurice Nelson. The subject,
Automatic Telephones, will be demonstrated by a working model of a 1000
line automatic telephone exchange. All those interested are invited to at-
tend.
Maurice H(. Nelson, Chairman A. I. E. E.
Organ Recital:
Philip LaRowe, Assistant to Palrer Christian in the organ Department
of the University School of Music, will present the following program in
Hill Auditorium Wednesday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock:
March Religieuse (Guilmant); Nocturne (Opus 9, No. 2) (Chopin);

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