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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1926

DAILY OFFICIAL-LL-
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).

SATITUIDA Y, N 0V FM BE!lt 6, 1926

Number 35

Unl ersity Lecture:
ANATOLE FRANCE INT ET'. 1. Edouard Champion of Paris, will lec-
ture in French, with lantern slides on his personal recollections of Anatole
France at 4:15 Monday aternoon, November 8th, in the Natural Science
Auditorium.
W. W. Bishop, Librarian.
University Lecture:
Professor R. Whiddington, D. Sc., F. R. S., Director Physical Laboratory,
University of Leeds, England, will give two lectures on the Conductioul
of Electricity Through (ases. In his first lecture, Friday, November 5, 4:15
West Lecture Room, Old Physics Building, he will discuss the earlier work
of Sr. J. J. Thomson and others and describe what may be seen in such t
discharge. In his second lecture, Saturday, November 6, at 10 a. m., he will
tell of recent experimental observations and discuss some possible explana-
tions of the phenomena in the light of these observations.
H. 31. Randall.
Entering Sophomore and t'pperelas sWomen.
The second Hygiene Lecture will be given on Tuesday, November 9th,
at 4:15 in Sarah Caswell Angell Lall. Bring Blue Books.
Margaret Bell.
Freshman Women:
The second requiredl Hygiehe Lecture will be November 8th, at 4:15 in
Sarah Caswyell Aiigell. Bring Blue Books.
Margaret Bell.
University Women:
A list of those who are incomplete in Hygiene Lectures is posted in
Barbour Gymnasium. Students may report for make-ups November 9, 16,
23, 30 and December 9 and 14th. No notices as to incompletes will be sent
through the mail.
Margaret Bell.
Prospective Teachers:
The annual meeting for registration with the Bureau of Appointments
will be held in the Auditorium of Newberry Hall, Saturday, November 6,
at 10 a. m. Seniors and graduate students who desire the services of the
Bureau for the second semester or for next fall are expected to attend this
meeting. Persons who wish to enroll with the Bureau for the sake of hav-
ing theit records on file but who do not anticipate teaching next year are
also askedto be present at this meeting.
Nargaret Cameron, Secretary.
University Club:
The first monthly club night of the year will take place on Saturday
evening, November 6, at 8:00 o'clock, in the club rooms. Members and their
friends are invited.
The _nattertainmient Committee.
School of Education:
The first weekly luncheon will be held Monday, November 8, at the Lan-
tern Shop, at 12:00 N.
C. 0. Davis.
Political Science 31.
The lesson in Political Science 31 for my groups for Monday is Ogg and
Ray., Chapter 16, as far as page 244.
Paul 31. Cuncannon.

playing field this afternoon, promptly, at end of first half to sing with band.
Theodore Harrison, Iirector.
Chinese Students:
There will be a social meeting in Lane Hall Saturday, November 6, 1926
at 7:30 p. ,m.
A. G. Choy.
Men's Educational Club:
There will be a meeting of Men's Educational Club Mon. eve., Nov. 8, at
7:00 p. in. in room 304 of the Michigan Union. Dr. S. A. Courtis will speak
on "Potentialities of Research in Education." All men interested in educa-
tion are urged to be present.
J. D. Cooper, Pres.
To All Professors and Instructors:
Professors and Instructors who want their checks deposited, may ar-
range to do so at the Secretary's Office from the 6th to the 20th, inclusive.
Those who do not sign up within the time stated, may do so AFTER De-
cember 1st.
Edith J. Smith, Payroll Clerk.
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Curtiss Discounts
Mars Conversation
"Scientists do not take the state-
ment of Dr. Mansfield Robinson, in
regard to his reported communication
with Mars, very seriously," declared
Dr. Ralph H. Curtiss, professor of
astronomy and assistant director of
the observatory.
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check on such a report it is impossible
for scientists to accept any .such re-
ports as true. As yet not any of the
reported communications with Mars
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is little if any possibility that this re-
ported communication will bear proof,
for the method employed was not
scientific."
PARIS.-Appropriations of 600,000,-
000 francs to finance an aviation .line.
between Dakar, the French colony of
Senegal, and Buenos Aires, was an-
nounced by the French ministry.
VENICE. - Beautiful St. Mark's
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Gordan Packer.
American Elections
Disappoint Parisians )
(By Associated Press)
PARIS, Nov. 5.-The Parisian press
has reluctantly come to the conclusion
that the outcome of the American elec-
tions cannot be interpreted as mean-
ing any change of heart or policy so j
far as Europe is concerned.
The French apparently would like
to have been able to see in the Demo-
cratic successes some softening of the
attitude towards America's European
debtors, but their newspapers are in-
forming them that when it comes to
discussing such matters with those
who owe Uncle Sam money, there is
little difference between Democrat
and Republican.
MEXICO CITY.-Announcement was
made atnthe presidential office that a
rebel band, headed by "Tirso Gu rrola,
chief of the Knights of Columbus in
the state of Durango," has been de-
feated at Arroyo de Agua by federal
soldiers.
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