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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 SATURDAY,,,DECEMBER 4, 1926 Number 58
Faculty, College of Literature and the Arts:
The December meeting of the Literary Faculty will be held Monday
afternoon, December 6, at 4:10 p. m. in Room 2225, Angell Hall. Special
Order: Dean Day's report.
John R. Effinger.
To All Entering Upperciass Women:
Entering upperclass women who plan to participate in any extra cur-
ricular activity must get special permission from the office of Advisors or
Women in Barbour Gymnasium. This is absolutely necessary since no en-
tering upperclass woman is eligible for extra curricular activity until she
has obtained this special permission.
Beatrice W. Johnson, Advisor of Women.
Freshmen Women:
} rThe sixth requkred Hygiene Lecture will be given on December 6th,
at 4:15 in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall. Bring Blue books.
Margaret Bell.
Entering Aophinore and Upperelass Women and old Students who have
Hygiene Lectures to Nake Up:
The sixth Hygiene lecture will be given on Tuesday, December 7th,
at 4:15 in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall. Bring blue books.
Margaret Bell.
Economics Club:
The Club meets Monday, December 6, at- the Michigan Union at 7:45
p. m. Professor Palyi of the University of Berlin will speak on "The
Problem of European Debts." All faculty members and graduate students
in Economics and Business Administration are invited.
Edmund E. Day.
Choral Union Ushers:
All ushers are requested to report by 7:30 this evening at Hill Audi-
torium for the Roland Hayes recital. Please be on tne and show your
cards at the door.
W. A. P veaport, Ass't. Supt. Buildings and Grounds Dept.
Men's Educational Club:
Dean Whitney fill speak to the Men's Educational Club, Monday, De-
cember 6, at 7:00 p. M., in Room 304 Michigan Union, on "Professional
Training of Teaohers at the University of Michigan."
All men interested in education are invited.
J. D. Cooper, President.
Roland Hayes Gnirt:
At the request of Roland Hayes, the program for the concert which he
will give in the Fxtra Concert Series in Hill Auditorium this evening at
8 o'clock, has been revised to stand as follows: Selve amiche (Caldara);
Eviva rosa (Galuppi); Ah Spietato (Handel); Lied eines Schiffers an die
Dioskuren, Rastlose Liebe, (Schubert); Es traumte mir, Heimker (Brabms);
Lebewohl, (Hugo Wolf); The. Lament of Ian the Proud, The Dreamy Lake,
Rose of the Night, In a Myrtle Shade (Griffes); Negro Spirituals: Made my
Vow, (arranged by Percy Parham); Lit'l David,( arranged by Roland Hayes);
Wade in de Water, (arranged by Edward Boatner); Camp Meetin', (arranged
by Roland Hayes).
Charles A. Sink, Secretary.
To the Students and ex.Serviee l1fen from New York State:
The time for filing applications for the New York State bonus expires
December 31, 1926. If there is even a remote probability of a veteran
being entitled to the New York State bonus, he is urged to file a claim im-
mediately. Address Soldiers".Bonus Bureau, Albany, N. Y.
Reuel I. Blake, Adjutant, Irwin Prieskorn Post, No. 46,
American Legion.

Curious Crowds Gaze At Millionaire
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Carlton Wells of the rhetoric de- W ar mth and
partment has been appointed leader'=
of the Michigan group of "The Open
Road" tour conducted each year
through Europe under the auspices of
the International Student Hospitality E We can offer you the best to be had in pleas-
On the campus 13 men will be se- ant surroundings and excellent food. You
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the Roumanian royal palace was
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sc:lects the groups of 13 from each of
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The curious gaze at Edward L. D oheny, oil miilionaire, as he leaves

court in Washington, where he and Al
interior, are on trial charged with c
of naval oil reserves.

bert B. Fall, former secretary of the
onspiracy to defraud the United States


Professor Dickenson Of Illinois 'Will
Present iRissman Trophy For
Big Ten Championship
Members of the varsity football and
cross-country teams, with their coach-
es, will leave this noon from the Union
in buses for Detroit to be the guests
at the annual Detroit Alumni "bust."
Coach Yost, who has recently gone
to Chicago, is expected to return in
time for. the banquet and smoker. He
will receive for Michigan the Rissman
trophy, which acknowledges the Uni-
versity as the conference champions
according to the Dickenson rating.
Professor Dickenson of Illinois will
be present to award the trophy.
The banquet and smoker will be
held at the Statler hotel, and will
start at 7 o'clock. Regent James 0.
Murfin will be one of the principal
speakers. Mimes entertainment will
be, furnished at the banquet.
Between 400 and 500 Detroit alumni
are expected to attend the "bust,"
which has become an annual affair
since its inauguration several years
ago. The alumni will treat the coaches
and squads to the Saturday matinee
at the Shubert-Lafayette theater.
which is showing "Castles in the
There will be free transportation
for 1.5 people on the 4 o'clock bus
from Ann Arbor.
ATHENS.-The new government
which is to succeed that headed by
Premier Condylis will be sworn in to-
PARIS.-Frances largest budget isj
being passed by Parliament.j

Dr. Ross G. Harrison, noted biolo-
gist of New Haven, Conn., discussed
the study andaachievements of in-
dividual development in a lecture
given here Thursday. Speaking of
the "Modern Trends in the Study of
Development" he emphasized the fact
that the old theory of the embryo as
a sort of mosaic in which the parts
are absolutely performed has been dis-
proven by modern obeservations and
Dr. Harrison stated that experi-
ments have shown how different parts
of an embryo may be interchanged
and made to grow into some organ
they were not originally meant for. He
also showed how the form which an
organism will finally assume is fore-
shadowed in its earliest stages, yet
can be changed by grafting on other
parts or removing those already form-
ing. The lecture was illustrated with
numerous slides .
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Many Lake Boats Are Gripped By Ice
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SAULT STE. . MARIE, Dec. 3.-
Fast-forming ice today gripped 40 lake
boats, caught by cold and storm in
the $t. Mary's river channel'"at Sault
Ste. Marie.
In Lake Superior, two freighters
were stranded on . the rocks off
Keweenaw point, driven there by mid-
week winds that swept the upper lake.
They are the City of Bangor, Duluth-
bound from Detroit with a cargo of
automobiles, and the Thomas May-
tham, taking 120,000 bushels of wheat
to Toledo from Duluth.
Eighteen automobiles, spiked to the
Registrar Ira M. Smith left early
yesterday for Lansing where he will
inspect various high schools in the
vicinity for the purpose of putting
them upon the accredited list of the
This work requires detailed inspec-
tion, both of the courses, personnel,j
and facilities of the schools. Mr.

deck of the City of Bangor, slipped
overboard when the ship grounded
and today were frozen fast to the ice
at the shore.
Four tugs, working desperately to
free the vessels locked in the St.
Mary's were to get help today from a
large, ice-crushing railroad ferry
ordered from St. Ignace.
Band Will Play In
Concert Here Soon
For several years an attempt has
been made by those in charge of the
Varsity -band to make that organiza-
tion,'a concert band as well as a
marching unit. This effort has lead
to an event never before attempted, a
formal band concert before the Christ-
mas vacation, which will be presented
by the Varsity band Wednesday even-
ing, Dec. 15, in Hill auditorium.
This concert, the first band concert
to be given this year, will be primarily
for students of the University, and'

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