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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TITURSDAY, OCTOTtR24, 1! 26

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DAILY OFFICIAL B ULLETIN
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).
Volume VII THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1926 Number 27
University Lectures:
Dr. William Minot Guertler, Director of the Metall-Institute der Techni-
schen Hochschule, Charlotenl:urg, Germany, will deliver two University
lectures on November 1 and 2, respectively. On November 1, Dr. Guertler
will speak on the subject "On the Corrosion Resistance of Steels" at 8:00
p. m. in the Amphitheater of the Chemical Building (Room 165). This was
first delivered at the annual meeting of the American Society for Steel
Treating, September, 1926, as the E. D. Campbell Memorial Lecture.
OOn Tuesday, November 2, at 4:00 p. m. in Room 1042, East Engineering
Building, Dr. Guerter will speak on the subject "Systematic Procedure in
Establishing the Limits of the Utilization of New Metal Combinations in
Technical Practice."
The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins.
Notice to All Faculy Memners:
At meetings of the Regents held January 10 and April 25, 1919, the Board
made the puchase of an annuity in the Teachers' Insurance and Annuity
Association of America, a condition of employment in the case of all members
of the Faculties thereafter engaged 'except instructors of less than three
years' standing, with whom such purchase is optional.
Members of the Faculties and others connected with the University can
obtain at the office of the Secretary of the University full information con-
cerning their privileges auderesponsibilities with respect to life annuities.
Specimen policies, rate books, and reports of the Teachers' Insurance and
Annuity Association are on file for distribution. Ask for Mr. Watkins,
Assistant Secretary.
The University will cotribute equaly with the member of the Faculty,
within certain limits, to the provision of the old age annuity. The faculty
member thus purchasing an annuity receives under such conditions 100 per
cent upon his contribution plus 4 per cent per annum on the entire sum
involved and these accutnulations are non-forfeitable-to him in any case.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary of the University.
University Instructors:
This is to inform you that instrutors in the University, when regularly
enrolled graduate students, may enjoy the benefits of the University Health
Service by paying the regular Health Service fee of $10.00, at the time of en-
rollment. This privilege does not extend to members of a family. If you
wish to pay the fee with this understanding, you should attend to the matter
not later than November 1. Please call at the office of the Graduate School,
Room 1014, Angell Hall, for this purpose.
A. H. Lloyd.
University Women:
'You are invited to attend a reception in the assembly room of the Michi-
gan Union Tesday, November 2, at 7:30 p. in. President Little will speak at
this time and after his talk an opportunity will be given to meet him. Enter-
ing women are especially urged to attend.
Alice C. Lloyd, Adviser of Women.
Landscape Students:
All day trip to Detroit Saturday, October 30, 1926. Leaving University
Parking Space back of U. Hall at 8 a. ni. Call Miss Pratt, Dial 21456 for
reservations. Open to all landscape students.
W. 11. Gray, Chairman Membership Committee.
Extra Hours:
All requests for extra hours should be made before Oct. 30. Extra hours
will not be granted after that date.
C. D. LaRue, Chairman of Committee on Extra Hours.
Iota Alpha:
There will be an open meeting of the Beta Chapter of Iota Alpha for
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. H1. White will be the speaker.
J. J. Cissel, President.
Geological and Geographical Journal Club:
The first meeting of the combined Geological and Geographical Journal
clubs will be held on Thursday October 28 at 7:30 p. m. in room 437 of
Natural Science Bldg. Dr. Scott will talk on the"Physiography of Some
Sand Dunes of Michigan." All those interested are cordially invited to
attend this meeting.
Walter A. Ver Wiebe, Sect.
Tolstoy League:
Professor C. C. Meader will lecture Thursday, at 4:15 in Room 231 Angell
Hall, on "Tolstoy's Teaching." The public is.invited.
F. S. Onderdonk.
Absentee Ballots:
All out of town voters who applied for absentee ballots and have re-

Varsity Glee Club:
The following men have been picked for the Varsity Glee Club and are
asked to meet in the assembly hall at the :Michigan Union tonight at 7 :00:
Harding Graham
Hall, R. L. Rowe
1 'illar Culp

Goodman
logle
Rosen
Wocoi head
Kressler
Stae'ler
Faudres
McCarthy
Fleming
Perrine,
Hall, - Doi
Kuijala
Richter
Dtzer
Cathernan
Nahabedian
Van Erden
Norton
Culkin
Brown
Welke

Bean
Koch, Otto
Kock, Arnold
Reninger
Goddard
Trost
Wessinger
Chalk
Segar
Howe
Bowbeer
Ehlers
Crandall
Johnson
Peterson
Bigelow
Ludington
Sestok £
Andreson, A. G.
Shoemaker
Cornell
L. Stuart Buhnian, MAhnager.

MICHIGAN DAY AT SESQUI-CETENIAL EXPOSITION
WILL BE CONCLUDED BY NATIONAL ALUMNUS DINNER
Michigan day titheSesqui-Centen ariff Policy H as South African
nial Exposition will be concluded by
the National Michigan Alumnus dinner Sc rysi e
which is to be held at 7:30 tomorroweFavor
evening in the ballroom of the Bell-
evue-Stratford hotel in Philadelphia. AsseS tedLonds)
SThe dinner is the first national ban- ByAseatdIes
quet since the banquet which took INDIANA., Pa., Oct. 27.-Attempts to.
:place 1911. Only graduates of the bring the country back to a tariff on
versity will be present. a "for revenue only" basis should be
'resident Clarence Cook Little, resisted with constant firmness, Secre-.
Shirley W. Smith, secretary of the tary Hubert Work asserted tonight in
University, and Robert' A. Campbell, a speech endorsing his boyhood
treasurer of the University and mayor schoolmae, Jh F. Fisher, Rpubli-
of Ann Arbor, are some of the Uni- can candidate for governor.
versity men who will address the The secretary referred to the tariff
dinner, as it affected the farmer and also the
Col. David J. Davis, Lieutenant- interdependency of agriculture and
Governor of Pennsylvania, will be industry.
toastmaster.JSenator Royal S. Cope- "Many preferred solutions of the
land, Pres. James R. Angell of Yale, farmer problem have been surveyed," :."{ :.
and Edwin Denby, ex-Secretary of the "amrpolmhvebe uvyd
an di ebexSceayo h he said. "Widely differing viewpoints
Navy are among the alumni who will have developed but there is but one
speak. Hon. W. Freeland Kendrick, promising solution, the backing to-
mayor of Philadelphia, will address gether nationally of the millions of
the banquet for the city. More than practical farmers by units; into a
1,000 are expected to attend the ban- { s ,,1..-w..n.U fn r U.ia f +hiiacmna-

Women, School of Education:
All women interested in education are invited to an informal gathering
Thursday, October 28, in the Barbour Gymnasium parlors, from 7 to 8 p. m.
E. Johnson.
M. S. 13 andI l. S. 3:
Classes scheduled to meet at 9 a. in. will meet in Natural Science Audi-
torium, at 7::0 tonight.
R. T. Schlosberg.
Fencing:
All men interested in Fencing will report in room 21, Waterman Gym
at 4 p. m., Thursday, October 28. Freshmen may substitute Fencing for
Physical Education.
G. A. May.
PREPAR TO TAKE lent to the student.j
New sittings may be had if the first
EIphotographs are not entirely satl-
factory; this may not apply after thei
Report; from local photographers beginning of the rush period. More
indicate that at present appointments than 7- studets have purchased or-
can be made for the takin'g of senior ta 0suet aeprhsdo-
b eaI der slips for pictures within the last
pictures at almost any time ,conven- I two days, Louis Robertson, '27, editor

quet and plans are made to take care
of the wives of the alumni on the bal-
cony of the ballroom.
Entertainment is to be provided in
the form of a program to be arranged
by a committee of the University of
'Michigan climb of Philadelphia. The
Varsity band of 72 pieces will be pres-
ent and assist with the prograM. A
special program has also been ar-
ranged for the Michigan people, not
only of the University but from all
over the state. The committee which
is arranging the' entertainment for
the banquet consists of: Maxwell Al-
pern, '06E, William P. Parker, '94E,
Williajn E. Worcester, , W. W.
Young, '96, and Oliver W, Perrin, '01._
Many of those who will attend the
banquet have already left, but a
special train is leaving today which
will go directly to Philadelphia and
then will be ready to take the alumni
to Baltimore early on Saturday morn-
ing.
of the annual, stated yesterday.
Order slips may be bought for $3.00
from 2 to 5 any afternoon in the 'En-
sian offices at the Press building.

uusai wno~e o comba thte machnina-,
tions of the "middlemen" who, in the
aggregate, take a toll from the farm-
er that runs into millions of dollars
annually."
PARIS-The TIavas agency learns
that the Nob elprize for medicine has Gen. J. B. 3I. Hertzog
been awarded to Prof. Johannes Fi- South African Prime Minister, snap-
biger, Danish cancer research au- ped as he arrived in London to attend
thority, of the University of Copen- the British Imperial Conference. lie
hagen. served in the army as a general.
BUENOS AIRES.-Former Chancel- LONDON. - The 675-ton British
for Luther of Germany arrived here steanier Falcon burned and sank be-
today. A special commitatee was ap- fore the eyes of thousands of watch-
pointed for his reception. ers off Dover.

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"History in the Making" may be the term applied to the shooting o f a
the top of the Turret of the U. S. S. "West Virginia" in Los Angeles harb or.
charge of powder equivalent to that u sed in an eight-inch shell was explod ed.
plane in the experimental take-off.

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It never had been done before. A
Lieut. D. S. Fahrney piloted the

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obligation as to party at room 306 oft
and tomorrow, and from 9 to 12 o'clock
Phi Delta Kappa:
All student and faculty members of
a breakfast given in honor of Dean C
Friday, October 29. Breakfast will be
MONFALCONF.-- Princess Giovan-
na, daughter of the king and queen,
sponsored the new cruiser Trieste just
launched here.
PARIS-A novel aviation record has
ben established by Lieut. Thoret in
carrying fond and other material aid
to-French scientists on Mot Blanc
observatory.
repairs
Rider's Pen Shop
Portable Typewriters
The strongest, lightest portable
rentals

nd mailed free of charge and with no LONDON-The split in the Liberal
the Union fromt 10 to 5 o'clock today party. Commander the Hon. J =1
Saturday. Montague Menworthy, one of the most
H. A. Marks. active of the left wing Liberal lead-
ers, announces hie has joined the Labor-
Sarty.AuCLsThe istor A FEW RESERVED SEASON TICKETS
Phi Delta Kappa are invited to attend SANTA CLARA.-The historic old
ubberly, at the Hotel Statler, Detroit, Santa' Clara Mission church was in
.served at 8:00. ruins today following a disastrous -
Robert A. Honn, President. fire. .:rem ain for
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A aruadtTHE ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION I'~
A 'Marquardt-
TdLecture and Enterainnent Course
Comforting in Style, Fabric
and Workmanship Popular opinion pronounces this the best program that has ever been offered anywhere.
Arthur F. Marquardt The price of a ticket for the whole course is little more than that charged elsewhere for a single lecture. Mail orders
Tailor A addressed to Oratorical Association, 3211 Angell Hall will be filled in the order that they are received.
608 East Liberty
----..------------.----__- _The reserved seats are much better than the general admission seats and the cost is much less.
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Remaining course tickets for the nine lectures are $3.00 and $2.50. The $3.50 tickets have all been sold.
The second lecture on the course will be given on Tuesday evening, November 2. The speaker is Gregory Mason,
a m* w r e. ® A MN n J 2_t i= wellknown lecturer, explorer and writer, who will speak on "The Lost Cities of Yucatan-America's Egypt." The

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