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YE zxTTHE MICHIGAN DAILY 'zFR

DAY,IDE

DALnFIILBLEI
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy receivred by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays).

Coolidge Greets Schneider Cup Winner

FRIDAY, DECE~MBER :3, 1T26

NlIinit)cr7. )

To All Entering Uppereiass 'Womnen:
Entering upperclass women who plan to participate in any extra crar-
ricular, activity must get special permission from the offlee of Advisers K
Women in Barbour Gymnasium. This is absolutely necessary since no en--
tering upperclass woman is eligible for extra curricular activity until shv
has obtained this special permission.
Beatrice W. Johnson, Advisor of 'iomeii.
To All House Presidents:
Signing-out slips for the month of November must be in the Advisor's
Office, Barbour Gymnasium, before December 7, 1926. The following houses
have not handed in signing-out slips for the months of September aiil
October:
Alpha Phi.
Alpha Xi Delta.
Aubrey.;
Felker.
Freeman.
Frink.
Kappa Alpha Theta.
O'Hara. _.,
Phi Sigma Signma.
Probst.
Shan man.
Collegiate Sorosix.
Truettner.
These slips must also be handed in before December 7.
Charlene Shiland, Chairman, Judieiary Counicil.

Iwish to attend this banquet kindly notify me at 325 South 5th Avenue, or XXj1
call me at 8317. !Man y W Attend
Carl G~. Miller, Secretary. M\*hlwauk ei vle; t i nf
tFISHEI? DI1SCUJSSES BIIQ VN DESCRIBES M'ore than ;,000 are expe. d to a'--
MODERN ASPECTS TRIP IN SCOTLAND: tend the conference of the Council o
OF REAL ES TA TE rf . vrt . rwjfth oi Student Christian associations, the
PrfveetS.Bonofte____ jrpeenaie nte ntdStates 0_7
1"Research in real estate is a pro- cal science department gave the prin-I the World's Student Christian 11f(Aers -
j 'cs of (-areful and painstaking study cipal address at the annual nmeeting tiara. The conference is to open Dec.
of facts and isolated ThDrees affecting of the St. Andrews society recently !28 and last until Jaun. 1. It will ineet
t al c stal~e in it's var1.ous aspects," at St. Andrews hall in D~etroit. in Milwaukee.
sr .rtt Prof. E~rnest. M. Fisher ofi Professor Brown's subject was "The i The Uvniversity of Mich igan's (luetl a
the School of Business AdministrationI Country We Left:," which was a re- i o 3 has already been tIllwr:. An t
latnight in addressinp the Plymouth isume of observations of Scotland! tempt is being madie to eilarg , tin+
1, a Estal e board at a dinner meeting made during a recent tour of the quota so that more than the or-igi,.l,
gen in his honor in the Masonic tem- country. He discussed in particular number may go.
plc in Plymouth. Professor Fisher the Ayr district which was made fa- T'he societies to be represented r3at
fqetyasserted that the. term "research" was 'nous by the immortal bard, Robert1 this conference are the Stuidnt ('h i,-;
rrqetymisunderstood, some con- Burris. ieste tian associations of the various unai-
sidering it to be removed from the este and colleges of the cc? t r
realmr of practical significance, others, Subscribe for The i1ichigan Daily. and the Y. W. C. A. of thec c, i c.

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Michigant Academy of Science, Arts and Letters:
Meeting of the Council on Saturday, December 4, at 2:30 p.
G436, Natural Science Building.

Major Mario de Bernadi, who won the Schneider cup for Italy and
broke the speed record for seaplanes, is presented to President Coolidge.
Left to right: Nobile Giacomo de Martino, Italian ambassador; President
Coolidge, Major Bernadi and Major Guglielmetti.
thec Oratorical association will be held in University Hall Auditorium- at 3
1p.m.n today (Friday). The public is invitedi to attend. The seven speakers
Iwho have been chosen for participation in the finals will meet in Room 302
M. H-. at 5 p. mn. today to draw for subjects. The general subject is: "Inter-
collegiate Athletics."
Thomas T. Koykka, Chlaui~n.
History Department:
There will be a mneeting of the History Department at luncheon i
the Michigan Union, today at 12:15.
C.Ill. Tani Tyne.
Tryouts for Spa.nish Plays:
Tryouts for the three Spanish plays to be given will be held on Satur-
day, December 4, at 10:00 o'clock sharp in Room 201 S. W. Anyone can
try for them who has had at least Spanish 31, or is taking it.
Charles T. Lee, Pres.
Phi D~elta Rlians:
A regular weekly meeting of the members of the Fraternity will be
held today, noon at the Lantern Shop. New members especially invitedl
to attend.
i Robert A. Rlohn.
femlbers of Alpha Onega Alpha :
On Tuesday, December 7th, there will be a banquet at the Michigan
Union, at 6 :09 o'clock p. in., in honor of Dr. Patrick, of Chicago. If yu

~rega'rding that its "sole object is to de-
velop rulles by which business can bej
Smore or less mechanically conductedi
with a proportionate increase in sue-j
cessfulness."S
Professor Fisher then outlined a
number of problems confronting a real
estate dealer, the solution' of which
he declared was of "advantage not'
only to dealers but to the entire social
b)ody." He described at some length
the task of the sub-divider, who, heE
said, has to take in consideration
both the location of his plot and the
relationship between the increase of
population with the growth in area
of a city. The sub-divider has also
to maintain the proportion between
the lots designed for business and
those intended for residence.
PURPLE, CARNEGIE MAY
BE SCHEDULED FOR 1927
P1(By Associated Press)
PTTSBURGH, Dec. .-Northwest-
ern has invited Carnegie Tech to play
at Soldiers Stadium, Chicago, Oct. 29,
1 1927. Tech already is scheduled to
meet West Virginia on that day, bit
it is considered possible that some
shift may be made in the schedule. of
one of the two teams.
NAPLES.-The semi-extinct volcano
Solfatara, at Pozzuoli is showing signs

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L. IL Dice, Secretary.

The opening lecture of the Cercle Francais program will be given
Monday, December 6, at 4:15 o'clock in Natural Science Auditorium. Daniel
Michenot, Professor of Diction at Strasbourg, France, will give a lecture
recital in Fren~ch on "Rostand et sort oeuvre." Tickets for the whole series
may be procured from -the secretary of the Romance Language Department,
Room 104 South Wing.
Rene Talamon.
Public Lecture:
Dr. F. S. Onderdonk will lecture on "Gandhi or Mussolini," W'iday,
December 3, at 4:15, in Room 231, Angell Hall.
Chi. W. Hunt.
Public Lecture:
Alain Locke, professor of Philosophy at Howard University, will speak
on "The Negro Renaissance". at the Natural Science Auditorium on Friday
evening, December 3, at 8 p. m. Admission free. Prof. Roy Wood Sellers,
chairman.
IV. hf..-Jtoward, Pres. The Negro. Caucasian Club.
Civil Engineering. P.:
Daly 10 o'clock section .will not meet on Friday, December 3rd.
4 T. C. Hoad.
Journalism:.
I shall be unable to meet my classes this morning.
J. L. Brunuin.

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