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DAILY,.OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Cony receivedl by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. mn. (12:30 a. in. Saturdays).

MANY ESCAPEE DEATH1AS TENT IS RA /ED

'the Library and entertained her dlur- tioning the i OA',~0 lai
ing her short stay here. Iloan which ha ; nneoitc ~
BRUSSELS.-The Chamber of De---
puties adjourned until the second ('lassliiI diads Iriw"g i gri";Wts for
Tuesday in November without men- mn ey Invested. -Ad.

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Volume VII

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2,1928

Number !N',

Staff of Rom:ance ialilmg'cs lDepart dent :
Members of the staff in Romance Languages ini the Literary College
please hand in class cards to Room 104 South Wing. Those wishing to hav e
cards returned, please lcave note to that effect.
History IDepniiuieit:
The History Department wil meet at luncheon in the Michigan Union
Friday, Oct. 22, at 12:15.
C. IH. YanTyim.
French 154 at 10:00 o'clock:
Dr. Cloppet's class of French 154, Monday and Friday at 10:00 o'clock,
will meet, beginning today,,Friday, in Room 305 South Wing, insteadl of
100 South Wing.
Philip iE. Bursley.
P~ychology, Courses 131, 36, 38:
Students absent from the examination in th~ese courses last June will
be given an examination, Saturday, October 23, in Room P 162, Natural
Science Bldg.
WV. B. Pillsbury.
Former Ferris Institute Students:
A banquet will be held at 6:30 p). m., Saturday, Oct. 23, in the General
Motors Building, Detroit, for all former Ferris Institute Students and their
friends. f,
Senator Woodbridge N. Ferris, Garnet Masselinik, and Thomas Carlyle
will be the principal speakers of the evening.
Ralph It. Puo, Sec. Ferris JIstitute Alunmni Association.
Junior Engineers:
Trhere will be a class meeting for the purpose of electing officers fo'
the ensuing year, Friday, October 22, at 11:00, in room 348 West Engineer
ing Building.
J. C. Blrier, Mentor.
Attention Foreign Students:
The 4th Annual International Thanksgiving Banquet is to be held, Wed-
nesday night, November 24th, at the Michigan Union. Foreign students
will be guests. Keep this dlate open.
Mlargaret F.:ILordI
Willia ntB. Palmier.
University of Michigan Band:
Meet at Morris H~all 6:45 p. m. Uniform with capes.
Gordon Packer, Drum Major.
Varsity Glee Club :
All members of last year's Glee Club are requested to meet at the stage
door of Hill Auditorium tonight at 7 p. in. to take part in the pen meeting.
L. Stuart Bulinan, MIaiiager.-
Faculty Concert:
A program of unusual interest will be given by Martha Merkle, pianist,
Eunice Northrup, soprano, and Florence Welden, guest violinist; accom-
paniments by Donna Esselstyn and Pauline Kaiser, in ITill Auditorium,
Sunday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock. Prelude and Fugue in 13 flat (B~ach),
Rhapsody, Op 79, No. 1 (Brahmis), Miss Merkle; Ah Love But A. Day
(Protheroe), Wghat Is There Hid in the Heart of a Rose (Protheroe), Take
Joy Home (Bassett) Miss Northrup; Praeludium after "WVeinen, Klagen,
Sorgqn, Zagen" (Bach) (Liszt), Le Coucou (Daquin), Le Cathedrale Eng-

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IMore than 500 persons miraculously escaped deal Ii and injury when aiheavy windlstormn razed this main-
moth circus tent in the Marina section of San Francisco. Three p~eople were pinned under flying debris and
badly injured. H eavy road-making mnachiniery, weighing tons, was carried many feet and in sonmc instances corn-

pietely turned around, by the suction of the uplying tent. Photo shows
got through with it.

general- view of the tent after the wind

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loutie (D~ebussy), Le Cavalier Fantastique (Godard) Miss Me-ki; Ballade
et Polonaise, Op. 3$ (Vietemps) Miss Welden.
The general public, except small children, is invited. No admission
charge.
Clbmles A Sinhi9 Sicrehniry.
I ot, Da csTh fol w n or a i ai s ha e b e gi e pe m s i n t ho d c o d parties on Friday, Oct. 22nd: A lpha K appa K appa, A lpha Om icron Pi, D~ elt a
Clhi, Hfermnitage, Phi Beta Pi, Phi Gamma D~elta, Pi Beta Phi, Sigmra Nu, Sig-
ma Phi Epsilon, and Theta Delta Chi. (Only closed parties are approva).
J. A. Bursey, I~au
House Dances:
The following organizations have been given permission to hold closed f
parties on Saturday, Oct. 23rd: Acacia, Alpha Chi Rho, AphaCli Si .na,t
Alpha Kappa Lambda, Alpha Sigma Phi, Delta Sigma Delta, Delta Sigma
Phi, Delta Sigma Pi, D~elta Theta Phi, Delta Upsilon, (tea (ance), Gamma
Eta Gammia, Gamma Sigma, Helen Ne wberry Residence, Kappa Deta Ro,
Phli D~elta Clhi, Phi Kappa Psi, Phi Kappa Ta, Phi Rho Sigma Phi kappa
Sigma, Phi Sigma Kappa, Psi Omega, Sigma Pi, Theta Kappa N, 'h a i,
Trigon Club, I Psi Phi. (Only closed partics are applroved.)
J. A. Biursicy, Dean.
Absentee Votig:
Registration for residents of Michigan, andl application for absentee
ballots for all out of town voters can be arranged with no expense or party
obligation in room 306 of the Union from 10 to G o'clock, and from 9) tos
o'clock in University hall and in front of the Library. In case of rain, the
last nmed office will be inside of the Library. The office at the Union
will be open from 9 to 12 Saturday.
Ii. A. 3[r1ks,
SPENDS FEW HOURS IN ANN ARBORj
Sopie A. Udin, librarian of the Fr ancis L. Goodrich, asociate libr
{ Jewish National andl University Libr- ar an, conducted Miss Udin throughn
city at Jerusaliem, visiteol the Library'
of the University yesterday for a few repairing
Miss Udin, who attendIed the confer- See the New Modal
ence of the American Library Asso-
cialion at Atlantic City a few weeksAi
ago, is at pr esent making a hurriedI n
tour of the United States to obtain Rider's P'en hopu
ideas for the construction of the new
C library lplanined for the Hebrew uni-; rentals
.versity at Jerusalem.
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Nothing like it for lecture note,
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