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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SU-NDAY, JANU-ARY 16, 1 27

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LI'T ONE KILLED WHEN ENYAfIRE TRAIN IS WRECKED

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

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SFNI)AY, JA

A-N UARY 1;, 1927 ubr1I

Faculty 1Women's Club:
The Tuesday afternoon art sectionl of the Faculty 1Womlen's club will
meet at 3 o'clock Tuesday a Vicr noon at th e Ihome of Mrvs. Fieldingt, II. Yost,
a 1901 Washtenaw.
E ii aiceYo , f ye, a riinn.
Vniversity Lecture:
M. Georges Claude, Chevalier of the Legion of Hlonor and memb: r of
the French Academy of Science, the distinguished French engineer, will de-
liver a University lecture (in English) at 4:15 P. M., Wednesday, January
19, on his experience in scientific anti industrial research work.
The public is cordially invitedl.
U~niversity Senate, fleetiung in the Afternaoon
The second regular meeting of the University Senate for the year
1926-1927 will be held in Room C, Law Building, on Monday, :January 17,
at 4:15 in the afternoon.
Order of business:
I.Annual Report cf the Board in Control of Athleticsa.
II. Consideration of the question of holding a convouition for- the
presentation of degrees at the end of the first semester. a
III. Discussion of the legislative program.
w JohnIV . Br'adshaw, Secretrd~iy of the S-enat4e.
jIealth Service (Dispensary H-ours) :
Until further notice the dispensary will be open Saturdays 4-5 P, M.,
in addition to the established hours which include Sunday 11-12.
Warren F. Forsythe.
Girls Working for Room and Board
Will all girls wanting positions with private families or desiring to
change their present positions please come in to see moe at once?
Bleatrice 11. Johnson, Adviser of IWomn.
Business Administraion Students-any Studenits Interested in Retailing:
Mr. Thomas Pitkethly, controller o Smith, Bridgman and Company, Flint,
will be in Tappan 206 on M\onday afternoon, January 17, from 2:00 until 3:30
to meet any students interested in the field of retailing. Mr. Pitkethly was
formerly connected with Himelhoch's, Detr~it, andi has had long experience
in specialty and department stores. Mr. Pitekethly will talk informally about
the opportunities for college graduates in retail stores, especially depart-
ment stores, and he will be glad to answer questions.
C. N. Schlinalz.
Tryout For the French Play:
Tryouts for the French Play, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, January
17,18, 19, from 4:00 to 6:00, Room 202 South Wing. Open to all students
intie rested in French.
Renie 'i.'alaiiion.
]Research Club :
The January meeting of the Research Club will be held on Wednesday,
January 19, at 8 P. M. in Room 2528, New Merlical Building. The following
papers will be read: "heredity Relations in Iizophrenia," by Dr. A. M.
Barrett, and "Problems Arising from the Pjhilippine Expedition," by Pro-
fessor Carl Guthe.
The Council will meet at 4:30 Wednesday in Room 101, l'barmacology
Building.
Louals I. Bredvold, Secretary.
Committee on Underghate MStdies :
First meeting for organization and preliminary conference in office of
Graduate School, Angell Hall 1014, on Tuesday, January 18, at 4:00 P. M.
A. if. Lloyd, TIemporary C'ha irman.
IBotanical 'seminar:
Botanical Seminar meets Wednesday, January 19, at 4:30, 13175 N. S.
Bldg. Paper by B. M. Davis: "Notes on the Flora of Jamaica." 1
B. 3l. Davis.

' WHAT'S GOING ON
N otices to ap.'ear in this column must
h e left in the box at the D~aily cfhice
provided for that purpose before 4 :o0
a o'clock preccding the (day of issue. t
~i :x>A. 3%.1 "7aI. . I. Mr'of theG
rhetoric ' patmzent will lead the
ic ussion on, t I allies, "I s It Safe
To Be a D'irs i nalollar (Civili-l
E at ion'?"' at Ili- i're :::t e zri hutch.
"Prohibition and l'iora
12 :0Prof. Li in ii). ickenison of
the law school will speak on
''America's Relation to the League"
at the Presbyterian church.
i i.3--S apptor anid meetflig of Student
Fellow ship. Douglas Graham speaks
oil''Lawyer Frees His Mind."
6:00 P. 3T. A stude,)f forimi will be
conducted at t 'sley. Hall by Rev.
S Reinold Neibuhi% 1pastor of Bethel
!Evangelical church of D~etroit. Rev.
Neibuhr' was an outstanding member
of thn Milwaukee Studcnt confer-'
ance program.
S:(# -Rcvereiid Ihnp mill speak onl
"'Truth About Me xico.'' Movie serv-
ice, Marion B avOs in, "Beverly ofl
(Graustark."
Dr. Silas Fivaiis, reittof Ripon
college, Wiocsin, will spheak on
"Christian Education" at the regular
morning -ervice of the Pre^sbyterian
church. Ile has had ext ensive ex-
perience in educational work.
STOCKHOLM.-Wireless telephone'
service to America is to l~e arrangedj
jwithin a month.

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Due in all prodaabiiity to strongly built, steel equipment, only one person was killed and 14 injured in
the wreck -of an entire train, pictured here.

Studio at 11:1.5 N. M All members are reqiueste'd to be there promptly.
i V ia ler N orthI, Jr., L ibrarlaa.
The Women's Research Club will meet in Room 2242, Natural Science
I Building, Wednesday evening, January 19, at 7 :30. Dr. Bessie Kanouse will
speak on the subject "The Occurance of Water Molds in Mtichig an and Their
Physilo gical Behavior."
j Frnc les J. TIhorpje, Sec(retary.

delegates to the National Convention, and a preliminary report on inter-
national Night. 'All foreign students and others interested in our organiza-
tion are invited. Attention is again called to our club picture which weill
be taken this afternoon promptly at three at Speddirug's Studio, 619 East
Liberty Street., near State. All members, including those who were initiated
thssemester, are requested to be present and to be on time.
uor 31. VMahil%, i'resldeant.
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iA thena Literary Society:
The Aiichiganensian picture will be taken at eleven o'clock on Sunday
jmorning, January 16, at Rentsehler's Studio.
Fl orencee A. !1 olloc~c i-~~e sideOit.
The 'IEusian picture will Le taken at the D)ey Studio on Sunday, Januaryj
16~, at x11:00 A. M. blau e prompt.
C. C,. liostr-ul.
The first mncet leg of the New Year 'will be one of our series of Sunday
sulpers. It w~ill lbe heldi Sunday, Jlanuary 16, (today) at six P. M.i, in thte
an, (irimf Lane Hall. The program will conisst of shzo t replorts by the

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Faculty Members in lEast Engineering Building:
The regular luncheon of the East Engineering
will be held Tuesday noon, January 18.
Graduate Education (Club:
The meeting' of the Graduate Education Club
evening has been postponed to Wednesday evening,
of the conflict with the Marion Tpalley concert.

Building teaching staff
scheduled for Monday
January 119, on account

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Clifford Woody, Adisor.
University of ll1iligan Band:
Monday evening for Illinois basketball gme at 7r:00 in uniform.
N ormlan .1. [arson, Director.
Choral Union Ushers:
Choral Union ushers are requested to report not later than 7:30
Monday evening, January 17, in Hill auditorium, for the Talley concert.
WY . A. Davenport, Assistaati Superintendenit Buildings and Grounds.
G-lee Club:
On account of the Marion Talley concert the Michigan Glee Club re-
hearsal will be on Tuesday nighxt instead of Monday. Rehearsal will be
held in the Union at seven o'clock.
L. Stuart Bulmian, Manager'.

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Alpha Epsilon 3Mu:
The 'Ensign picture of Alpha Epsil
ROME.-Frequent conflicts, growing
out of rivalry between the, Fascist
young men's. organizaticn called Bal- }
ills, and the Catholic Boy Scouts, havej
prompted Premier Mus,1olini to issue
a royal decree forbidding organizations
of Boy Scouts in miunicipalities under
20,000 population.
LISBON.-Officers and soldiers of
the Portuguese army have volunteer-1
ed to .contribute mnonthly a sum from
their pay to help wipe out the coun-
try's war debt to England.

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