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P~ffl! 1l!OTVITHE MICHIGAN DAILY __ ATI RDAY, JANUARY 15, 1927

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Publication in the Bulletin is constr~uctive notice to all mremibers of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. mi. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays). Copy must be typewritten.

ARMY PLANES PROGRESS ON 20,000 MILE "TRIP

Volume T11

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Health Service (Dispensary l~ou~rs~)
Until further notice the fishensary will be open Saturdays 4-) P. M.,
in addition to the established lboui's wh-ich in(.'.de Sunday 11-12
Warreni F. 1orsyl~lie.
Baus nesAdrfli lstraficii I~aleu!. ; - Sty ;t ic i Iisltere:ted i!n IRtaylnz:
Mr. Thomasa Pitkethiy, controller of i'inth, llrldgiman and anayFin
will be in Tappan 296 on M\onday after noon, J1anuary 17, from i2:00it until 3:30
to meet any students. interested i th1e flceld of reta;iing. Mr. Pitkethiv was
formnerly connlectedl with H-imeihoch's, ':ct:: oil, and has had ]antiexpericeice
in specialty andl department stores. Mr. Pitcketily will talky in ornnally about
the opportunities for college graduates in retail stores, esp)ecially depairt-
ment stores, and he will be glad to answer questions.
C. 'N .4vhIiulz.
Tyraout For the French 17.iy:
Tryouts for the French Play, Monday, Tuesday, Wednsday, Januar.y
17, 18, 19, from 4:00 to 6:06, Room 202 youth Wing...OCen to a.11 studenlts
interested in French.'
Iline t .annini .
Ma rion Talley Concert:
Marion Talley, soprano, assisted by John Corigliano, violin, w.711 give
a recital in the Choral Union sei :es in 1-1i'1 auditorium, Monday, January
17, at 8:00 o'clock. The public is respectfully requested to detach from
their season tickets and, present for admission coupon No. 4. Also to conic
on time in order that the audience may be seated at the time of beginnig.
Holders of stage tickets will please enter the auditorium through doors one
or five, and pass down the side aisles, where special ushers will be stationed.
The program will be as follows: Air (Godmark) ; Prelndium and
Allegro (Pugnani-Kreisler) John Corigliano; Aria: "Una Voce Fa" from "The
Barber of Seville" (Rossini) Marion Talley; Er ist's ('Tis Spring) (Schu-
mann) ; When I was Seventeen (Swedish Folk-Song) (Lilliebiorn),; "Con-
nais-tu le pays?" from "Mignon" (Know'st thou not that fair land?)
(Thomas) Marion Talley; Aria: "Der Holle Rache kocht in meinem IHerzen"
(The Infernal Revenge from "The Magic Flute") (Mozart) Marion Talley;
Home (MaeFadyen) ; When Love Is Kind (Arranged by A. L.) ; Pirate
5 Dreams (Huerter); Lo! Here the Gentle Lark (Bishop) Marion Talley;
The Old Refrain (Kreisler) ; Introduction and Tarantelle (Sarasate) John
Corigliano; La Primavera d'Or (Love-Tide of Spring) (Glazoupow-LaForge)
Marion Talley.
Charles A. Sinik, Secretary.
Sunday ]Faculty Concert:
The University Symphony Orchestra, Samuel Pierson Lock wood, Con-
ductar, assisted by Emily Mutter. violin and Lois Maier, piano, will give
a concert in Hill auditorium, Sunday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock. The gene-
ral public, with the exception of small children, is invited. 'No admission
charge. The audience is respectfully requested to come on time as the
doors will be closed during numbers.
Charles A., Sink, Secretary.
11 Lambda Theta:
The picture for the 'Ensian will be taken Sunday at eleven o'clock
at Spedding's. Please, be there promptly on time.
Virginia Earl, 'resident.

8choo 1c batnglea "eC~UPid the
attetion of teInei,!r" teams t5last
ngl it. OnIly^one1morn agement
will be sclhetlul d before the teams
having the highest ratings are en ateredl
in the final eiinioncots.
The fourth i na oee of the
prTeIInary sI c l swill taeplacel
Feb). 1-1,accort!;nf-,to iiinroiiiconlint
from G. V. JDensniore, diroctor of the
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flying five amphibian planes to0iuIti; at Aimapa<lak, ' here th~ey arrived Thburs-
America from Texas, advian~~cl 12an- day morning from Sian Salvacor. t Raise u ce Shout'
other notch down the coast of Central I'The landing ;ear of, the New York ___
America in their long fligh t. Acconm- was smashed at San Salvador and she I( (By Associated Press)
panied by the St. Louis, Maj. Robert; will be forced to rely on her scahull;
A. Dargues' crippled flagplane, the for landing and takeoffs until she ar- PARIS, Jan. 14.-Premier Poin-,I
New York, arrived in Punta A rnns rives at Panama, where a reserve !care's economies have balanced the
from Amalapa, Honduras, after skirt- l plane was shiplped froin San Antonio.; 1927 budget, but many small func-
____________________________________________________________ tionaries have raise~ a great cry about
be formed by tryouts Saturday morning, January 22, at 8:45 o'clock in Room j oterownba bugetswihar al
302 Mason Hall. I
The tryouts will consist of a five minute speech on either side of the Tefrs urs os opan
follwin deatequesion "Rsoled, hatLegslaive resripionDi- was what they called the govern-1
folowig dbat qustin: Reslve, Tat egilatve Precritio, Ds- mont 's parcimony" in clothing te.
approvalhem or Prohibition of Specific Doctrines, Theories or Data in theen The guards get a new overcoat every
Content of Courses Offered in Educational Institutions is Contrary to ton years, a coat every five years, andi
tihe Public Welfare." a cap every three years, while a pair.
All university mnen eligible to participate in campus activities duringI of trousers is officially admitted to be
the second semester are eligible to tryout for this class. wvorn through in two years.
GI. E. lDensmore, IDebate Coa clj.-
HIGH SCHOOLS TO K
Viii Beta P'I:U DEA TE IN FINALS!
The 'Ensign picture will be taken Sunday, January 163, at 12:3)0 o'clock =
at Spedding s Studio, 619 East Liberty. 't Third rounid contests in the pre-
L.1. F 1'uililer. Um4ninary series of the Michigan Highi

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Ph i Deta Kappa:
The group picture of this organization, for the Michiganensianz,
taken Sunday afternoon, January 16, at three-thirty o'clock, sharp.
dings Studio, Liberty Street, near State. All members will take due
and be on time.

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Attention Of All Michaigan Damues: I.A 111,Peiet
All members and; prospective members of the Michigan Dames are
urged to be present at 10:15 sharp at Rentschler's Studio, 319 E. Huron
Street for the group picture for the 1927 Michiganensiani, Sunday, January
16, 1927.
Mrs. C. L. Whtchurei, lPresident:
Graduate Englishi Club:
The meeting scheduled for January 17 has been postponed until Janu-
ary 24.
Thonmas E. Casady.
3ea'M Intercollegiate Debate (laass for the Second Semiester:
The Men's Intercollegiate Debate lass for the Second Semester will

Page Ordains Harris
l assistant in St. Andrew's will be or-
dained to the priest hood at 10:0
o'clock, this niormug., in St. Andrew's
Episcopal church.
Mr. H-arris; is a graduate of .e ,Ie w
college, Cambridge, anld after serving
a year in Derby, England, caine l1a4
fall to Ann Arbor. His special work
here is amnong the University stu-
dents.
4The Rt. Rev. Ilerman Page, D.D.,
Bishop of Michilgan, will be lpresent
to condluct t he ordinai~on service andl
will be0 assisted lby the rector of the,
church, the Rev. I lnry Lewis,, who;
will present the cauffidate, a-nd o her
members of I[he clergy of the dioce..
Music will be rendered by V.11 e fal
vestedl choir (of the chch. c _tiem t
direction of ;Mr. IKe mapf.

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