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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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).
KONDYLIS REGIME READY FOR ANY TROUBLE IN GREEK
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1926
Faculty Subscripton Luncheon:
There will be a faculty subscription luncheon on Monday, October 11,
at 12:15 at the Michigan Union, to meet the Lord Bishop of London. Tick-
ets ($1.00) may be obtained at the Union desk by any member of the fac-
ulty not later than 4:00 P. M. Saturday, October 9.
W. 0. Raymond.
Entering Upperclass Women:
All entering upperclass women are required to attend an Organization
Lecture October 7, at 7:00 o'clock, in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall, Barbour
Alice C. Lloyd, Adviser of Women.
Department of Rhetoric and Journalism:
Staff luncheon will be at the Huron Hills Golf Club, Thursday noon,
October 7. Cars will ctart from University Hall at 12:10.
T. E. Rankin.
Choral Union Tryouts:
In order to receive tickets for the Marine Band Concert, prospective
candidates for the Choral Union must try out at the School of Music
Wednesday afternoon between .1:00 and 3:00. At the present time there
are more vacancies for tenors and basses than for sopranos and altos.
E. V. Moore.
Educational Psychology (Education C 125):
Students enrolled in Mr. Trow's Seminary in Educational Psychology
(Education C 125) will meet Wednesday afternoon, October 6, at 3:00
P. M. in the Psychology Laboratory in the University High School.
W. Clark Trow.
Choral Union Ushers:
The following list of names are men assigned for duty on main floor,
Hill Auditorium, for the Choral Union Concerts and Extra Series of the
Cards for these men only will be issued by Mr. Kessler, Room 241
West Engineering Building on Thursday, 10 to 12,. and from 1 to 5 P. M.
On Friday from 10 to 12 and from 1 to 2 P. M.
101 Kessler, C. F. Floor Head, Phonell8 Roth, N. G.
3790 119 Schnall, B. A.
102 Calhoun, F. N. Asst. Floor120 Kleinschmidt, E. E.
Head 121 Niethammer, W. A.-
1033 Wahrenbrock, H. 122 Kniskern, P.
104 Kaylor, R. 123 Haan, Fred
105 Moore, R. C. 124 King, Behj.
106 Pereney, Louis 125 Dodge, W. J.
107 Cowell, H. F. 126 Forrest, M. G.
108 Bullock, D. J. 127 Levy, M. H.
109 Newman, V. F. 128 McMeekin, M. J.
110 Van Schoick, F. 129 Allen, D. L.
111 Schilling, C. W. 130 Scheuerman, J. B.
112 Johnson, C. W. 131 Blakeslee, L. R.
113 Teed, A. W. 132 Bartlett, Lloyd
114 Bauer, L. E. 133 Rider, N. P.
115 Bauer, F. E. 134 Waterman, R. A.
116 Silvernah, P. 135 Gouldthorpe, H. W.
117 Hansen, J. H. '136 H. Atherton
The following men have been assigned to Check Rooms and Stage
and will report to Paul Kreker, Saturday evening at 7:15 at Office of Hill
Auditorium, where they will receive their cards and assignments:
STAGE AND CHECK ROOM
501 Paul Kreker, Head, Phone 7987507 Swanston, Wm.
502 Anderson, A. J. 508 Zartman Wm.
503 McLaughlin, B. E. 509 Peterson, V. L.
504 Moody,. P. A. 510 Darling, W. C.
505 Himler, Leonard 511 Gimski, F. J., Jr.
506 Canfield, B. L.
Names of ushers assigned to First Balcony and Tickets will be pub-
lished tomorrow morning, also time and place for distribution of cards.
W. A. Davenport, Asst. Supt. Buildings and Grounds Dept.
Landscape Club Meeting:
The first meeting of the University of Michigan Landscape Club will
be held at 8 P. M. tonigt in the Landscape Department Lecture Room,
Fourth Floor South Wing. All students enrolled under the Landscape
Design curriculum will be welcohed at this meeting. An especial wel-
come is extended to new students.
Fred A. Cuthbert, President.
Professor Young will address the freshman foresters at the Forestry
Club meeting at 7 o'clock Wednesday evening, Room 213 Natural Science
R. J. Preston.
Kappa Kappa Psi:-
There will be a meeting today at 4:30 P. M. in Morris hall. All mem-
bers are requested to be present.
C. C. Hostrup.
Faculty Women's Club (Garden Section):
The Garden Section of the Faculty Woman's Club will holds its first
meeting at the home of Mrs. Erwin E. Nelson, 1258 Ferdon Road, at 2:45
Wednesday, October 6th.
Mrs. E. C. Goddard.
Fraternities and Sororities:
A new map has been prepared for the Students' Directory, which
shows the present locations of all the fraternity and sorority houses. In
Address To Annual
Red Cross Meeting UNTTANASLE - FSE
(By Associated Press) Physical perfection is unattainableJ
WASHIINGTON, Oct. 5.-Public sup- at birth even impossible, according t'
port of the administration of the Dr. Lyman Fiske, medical directo,
American Red Cross "represents ideal- Life Extension institute. At birth 4
ism applied in a sensible, practical, man is handicapped by the vaarioust
sound way to the real problems of -re- imperfections picked, up by his ances5
lief,", President Coolidge told the an- ; tors, and when he starts life he muse
nual convention of the organization in encounter all sorts of new dangers. N
an address here. man is not 35 or 40 years old; he 14
Recounting the humanitarian serv- 35 or 40 plus the combined ages of his
ices of the Red Cross in the San Fran- forefathers. Consequently, we cannot
cisco and Tokio earthquakes, and the hope to find a perfect physical specie
more recent hurricane in Florida, the man.
President continued: We should try to discover all de'
"The public has come to realize the fects and injuries by examination, finI
superlative ability of this organiza- their cause, and then eliminate them!
tion to cope with such situations. It is better to examine the injury a11
There is faith that all contributions its cause when it happens and nol
will be wisely, economically and hon- wait for several to accumulate, D4
estly spent for the benefit of the suf- Fiske said. Friction with one's en-
ferers-and being used for purposes vironment helps to shorten, life.
of administration." Dr. Fiske says that the popular ides
Declaring that "in this country we that a man dies at 70 because his time
have no permanent class requiring has come is a fallacyt The change
charity," the President observed that, taking place at this period are simply,
"after all, human nature does not want the accumulated effects of what hat
permanent charity but permanent in- been going on in the system, with"
dependence through the opportunity out his knowledge, for many years, ho
to work out its own destiny." says.,
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Troops relidy to repel revoluti onary mob outside headquarters of First Army Corps, Athens
order to avoid errors, and omissions, each organization is invited to send
a representative to the office in the Press Builing between two and four
this afternoon to inspect the map.
Louis Robertson, Editor.
PI Lambda Theta:
There will be a special meeting of Pi Lambda Theta in the library
of Martha Cook Thursday at 8 o'clock.
Virginia Earl, President.
Members are urged to hear Mr. Chas. Johnson, editor of the "Oppor-
tunity" magazine, speak Thursday afternoon at the Michigan Union.
A. S. Pride,
Read The Daily "Classified" Columns
Gen. Kondylis, new dictator of
Greece and the man who siezed the
reigns from Gen. Pangolos while the
latter was on his vacation, is main-
taining a firm hold on the government
by keeping the capital, Athens, under
virtually martial law to prevent any
uprisings or demonstrations. The
photo above is the most recent one
PARIS-The International Motion
Picture congress adopted a resolution
recommending that artistic films set-
ting forth the beauties of various
countries and illustrating the quali-
ties of their races should be nationally
supported and eventually subsidized
by individual nations.
Cause Dismissal Of
C olege President
(By Associated Press)
SEATTLE, Wash., Oct. 5.-Dr. Hen-
ry Suzzallo, for 11 years president of
the University of Washington, was out
of office today, the loser in a fight
of two years' duration between sup-
porters of Suzzallo's educational pro-
gram and Gov. Roland H. Hartley.
Regents of the university, a ma-
jority of whom are appointees of the
governor, Monday night requested
Suzzallo's resignation, effective today.
He declined to quit, protesting that no
reasons had been given for his dis-
missal and that he had no hearing.
The regents then gave him a leave
of absence and appointed David Thom-
son, dean of the college of liberal arts
and dean of faculties, as acting presi-
Four thousand of the school's 6,500
students held a torchlight procession
through the campus Monday night
chanting "strike, strike, strike!" They j
gathered in front of Suzzallo's cam- !
pus home, where he asked them to
refrain from demonstrations and re-
turn to their classes today.
Suzzallo told newspaper men that
he had "nothing to say."
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