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Publication In the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the Uiversity. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30,p. in. (11:30 a. mn. Saturdays).
Voume TIT WEI)NIESI)AY, NO(VE iII i , 1926 Numer 3
La1w Seli ool--J urisprudn fce :
The class in Jurisprudence will meet in the office of the Secretary of the
Law School on hrphnsapy November 4, at 3:00 p. m.
Henry It. Bates, Dea.
Law School-IRomiiii Law
The class in Roman Law wil meet in the office of the Secretary of the
Law School on '1 hursday, ovemober 4, at 3:00 p. m.
i Henry Il. Bates, Dea.
President Little will addreiss Quadrangle Wednesday evening at 8:00
p. m. as anniouniced ini the notices already mailed to members.
N. C. Fiske, Clerk.
My French class, C'ouse 31, M. Tu. Th. and F. will meet from now on
in Room 1009, Angell Hlall.
Charles Koella.
I shall be unable to meet my classes t,e rest of this week.
L. . Bredvold..
Botanical Seminar:
A Botanical Seminar meets Wednesday, November 3, at 4:30, B-173, Na-
tural Science Building. Paper by E. G. Anderson "Equational Non-Dis-
B. 3L.Davis.
Forestry Club fleeting:
Professor L. J. Young will give a resume of the recent forestry conven-
tion in Ohio. Everyone should welcome this opportunity to hear the latest
advancements in the field of forestry. Room 214 of the Natural Science
Building. Wed., 7:30 p. i.
Htandal lMeCan.
A delpiiHouse of Representatives:
The regular meeting of Adelphi will be held in Angell Hall Wednesday
evening at 7:30. The brill for the evening is: Resolved that the world would
benefit by the abolition of religious institutions. Visitors are invited to attend.
N. Bowers ox, Speaker.
Scabbard and Blade:
There will be a meeting of Scabbard and Blade in room 304 Union to-
night at 7:30 p. m. All members urgently requested to be present.
J. W. Hickman.
Players Club:
There will be a program and business meeting of Players Club at 8 p. m.
Wednesday night in Room 1025 Angell Hall. All those who were members
of the Club last year are trged to be present. A Vice-President is to be
Edmond Hoben.
The Irwin Prieskorn Post No. 46 of the American Legion invites all ex-
service men on the campus to participate in the regular meeting of the post
with the Ladies' Auxiliary at the Legion rooms in the city hall on Wed-
nesday evening, Nov. 3, at 7:30. Plans for the 1927 Pilgrimmage to Paris
will be discussed at this meeting. Miss Cordele Kemper, executive secre-
tary of The American Red Cross; will be present to answer all questions
relative to adjusted compnsation and war risk insurance.
A. C. Stimson, Commnander.
Tan Beta ri:
The examination for the Tau Beta Pi pledges will be held November 3,
at 7 p. m., in room 273 of the West Engineering Building.
H. I, Stevenson, President.
Attention of Graduate Womlen:
All graduate women are cordially invited to a tea to be held in Martha
Cook Dormitory at 3:30, Thursday, Nov. 4th, in honor of Dean and Mrs.
Lloyd. Dean Lloyd will speaik.
Jane S. Ludgate.
Read The aily "Classified" Columns

Mail fo, the following persons is being held at the general delivery wia-
dow, Main Post Office, because of insufficient address and may be called
for until November 10, 1926.
Abanan, Robert Keys, Lawrence
Anderson, J. A.--Ex -Purser Korach, Arthur P.
Arn, Dr. Roy D~ale Kraft, Ruth
ArnebIl, Miss Betsey G. Lavine, M. Mr.
Barke-:', Dr. Little, Madge
fakter, Fannie Loeb, Teresa
D.:zrn zm, Mrs. A. W. Mrs. A. L. MacAdams
'eghJh Floyd McCaffree
BTa .me~s :lacLeod George McGee
lDomald, Bill
Pekel, Oln ~.B. B. Mallicoat
13liss, Jlayes C. Leonard Mariyon,
Iloviart, Bertha Dudley RI. Mays
f1kr, e, _-lary Prof. Almon Mitchell
13lyo)T~ Joii C. R. Morriss,
S r "'-t'>{'"' IMaurice Morrison
Piceo, I. Aletta Morton
Brolln, It'u . Almeda Mullin
Brown, L.est rade Mrs, Joseph Murray,
Brown,Prf G. W. Prof. H. H. Musselman,
Brudziinski, C(lirster Wilfred Newell
iBurgzuon, Roy* Alonzo Norconk
Burr, .i. C. Edward Oren
Bushey, J. hobart (3) Marion Parsons
Bulb, :Florence Dr. Clarkson Peck
Calkins, Harold S. wn enl
Carlson, HelenEinPeel
Carpio, V. D. Frances Rae
Catherm an, C;lair Frederick Rahn
Cheng, Paul , 1. D. Reed
(habut, Hiector M. Ernest Rentz
Cho, Ilien Miss Sherman Richards
Clark, William S. Edwin HI. Robison
Cochner, LawrenceEmaRne
Coffim:, Airs. Howard E. Elen Rush (2
Cramzpton, Gertrude HlnRs 2
Dahlberg, LeRoy S. K. Saila
Dasgupla, Prof. S. N. A. Sanders
Daze, Miss Marie Emil Sattler
Denton, John H-oward E. Spafford
Derchinski, Prof. Louis Marion Searle
D~eyarniond, Joel Philip Seidel
D~ryler, Ralph Lan T lae
Dluerney, Dani -1 Lo .Sae
Ellis, M'. I1)., Jr. George Edgar Sorrels
HoadEllis, Wade Howard E. Spafford
Finney, Charles L. Mr. M. Staebler
Fisher, Prof. M. M. J., F. Stewart
Fowler, Prof. Herbert A. Helen Stolf
Fowle, Thaodore W. Pauline Summey
Frame, John Selby Glenn Swveitzer
Fugazzy, FredGereTnr
Ganz, Miss BillieGereTnr
Goldman, Bernard MFrs. Taylor
Gordon, H1. S. Lorne Thompson
Gulick, Maybill Warren S. Thompson
Gwinn, Carl Dr. John -B. Tichener
Harkins, Scott Eunice V. Tonge
Harnish, Robert L. R. N. Traier
Hawley, Russell Jhso sn
Heafey, John
Hinchzberger, Clarence Latricia Ann Wagner
Holden, Edward F. J. R. Wanchison
Hovey, Lawrence " Dave Ward
Hoyt, A. H. (2) William Weiner
Huntley, Florence Beatrice Welch
Hutchinson, Lester Horace G. Wellman
Jackson, Wli aio htae

Ntew Gearless And Clutchiess Automobile
Is Put To- Test In Paris By Prince Carol

While in Paris Prince Carol of Rou mania, who reports say is soon to be
ivesfored to the right of succession t o the Jiouian.ian throne, put a new
gearless and clutchless automobile t o a test. He is shown at the wheel of
the new car, which is the invention o f A. Constanitinesco, seate-d beside
the Prince.


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Jennings, J. C.
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Katzman, S.
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Kennedy, John Wilford
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Ann Arbor Water Problem Is Discussed
By Member Of Board of Commissioners

Ann Arbor's water problem was
discussed by Robert Norris, member
of the board of water commissioners,
Monday noon at the weekly meeting of
the Ann Arbor KCiwanis club.
Mr. Norris read and explained por-
tions -o the report of Maury & Gordon,
engineering firm of Chicago which in-
vestigated the conditions here. The,
report makes two separate recom-
mendations. Tie first provides for ob-
ta ining water from wells and the river.
The second provides for taking all
water, from the river.
There is a differeuce of $135,000
'between the two prop)ositions. The

first cost of the divided supply was
estimated at $870,000 for all needed
improvements, while the first cost of
taking water from the river alone
would be $725,000.
In case a divided supply was ap-
proved, the water from Steere farml
would be softened. In this process)
more than 39,000 pounds of dry solids.
would be removed from the Steere
farm water each day, which would
mean a serious problem in disposal,
Mr. Norris asserted.

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