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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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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. in. (11:30 a. in. Saturday.)j
Volume 8 TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1927. Number 13.
University Lecture:
Sir Philip Henry Kerr, secretary of the Rhodes Trust, will deliver an ad-
dress on the subject of "Present Problems of the British Empire," in the
Natural Science Auditorium, Tuesday, October 4, at 4:15 p. m. The public is
cordially invited.
Frank E. Robbins.
Senate Council:
The first regular meeting of the Senate Council will be held Monday, Oc-
tober 10, at 4:15 p. in. in the President's office.
F. E. Robins, Secretary. E
University Scholarships:j
Students of the Iterary College who desire to become applicants for a'
University Scholarship (value $200.00) should apply at once to, the Dean's
Secretary, Room 1210 A. H., for an application blank, to be filled out and
returned not later than October 8.
1. P. Thieme, Chairman, Scholarship Committee.
Refunds for Automobile Permits:
Rfunds may be had by all those who have paid $5 for their Automobile
Permits. This refund may be received by application at the office of the Dean
of Students. J. A. Bursley, Dean.
Faculty, College of Literature, Science and the Arts: I
Faculty Program blanks have been distributed through the Dean's mes-
senger service and all faculty members are requested to fill out the program
blanks and return them to this office at their earliest convenience. Addi-
ional blanks may be secured by phoning the office.
JohnI R. Effinger.
Graduate Students:
The names of visiting professors (professors from other institutions)
who are enrolled as graduate students during the present year are desired
in the office of the Graduate School, Room 1014 Angell Hall.
Ruth A. Rouse, Recorder.
Students Enrolled in ths School of Business Administration:
'The student-faculty mixer for those enrolled in the school of business
administration will be held in rooms 316-318-320 of the Union Tuesday eve-
ning,, October 4, at 7:30. This is under the auspices of the Business Adminis-
tration Club. A charge of 25 cents will be made. Acting Dean Griffin will'
speak.
Clyne Crawford, President.
Freshman Group:
My freshmen to meet at my house Tuesday evening, 7:30.
P1lIp E. Bursley.
Senior Engineers:_
Class meeting for the purpose of electing class officers will be held on I
Tuesday, October 4, at 11:00 o'clock, room 348 West Engineering building.
J. C. Brier, Mentor.
,French 115:
A new section of French 115 has been organized which will meet Tu Th
at 2:00 o'clock, 202 SW.
H1. . Thieme.
Phlisophy 81A:
Section meeting at 10 on Tuesday will be held in room 301 Mason hall.
Seating list for the lecture, posted in Newberry Hall, will be removed at
12:30 on Tuesday. Students must locate their seats before that time. Those
not in their proper seats will be marked absent.
Gardner Williams.
Physics 37:
The class scheduled Wednesday at 10 o'clock will meet in room 445; West
Engineering Building, Dr. Dennison, instructor.
D. L. Rich.
Fencers:
All fencers, beginners, freshmen, and varsty men report Wednesday,
Oct. 5, in the fencing room at 4 o'clock. Freshmen taking fencing are excused
from gym. I

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Junlor Research Club:
The Junior Research club will meet in room 1121, Natural Science build-
ing at 7:30 p. m., Tuesday, Oct' 4 Prof essor Rufus will speak.
Tryout's for Womien's Debate League:
The tryouts for the Women's Debating teams will be held in Room 4203
A. H., from 4 to 6 on Tuesday, October 11.
Tryouts will consist of a five-min ute talk on either side of the following
proposition:
Resolved: That the direct primary system of nominating candidates for
public office in the United States should be abolished.
API students participating in this tryout must register in Room 3211 A. I.
on or before October 11. The registration will be coniucted in the above
offices from 9 to 12 on Tuesday and Thursday.
J. 1. O'Neill.

Varsity Glee Club: - Pi L 1a111)da Theta
Tryouts will be held again Tuesday from 4 to 5 in Room 206 School of The first business meeting of Pi
Music and from 7 to 8 in room 308 Michigan Union. This is the final tryout Lambda Theta will be held in the lib-
and we need second basses. All men who can sing second bass are especially rary of Martha Cook on Thursday
urged to tryout. evening, Oct. 6, at 7:30 p. in.
Franklyn ). Burger, Manager. Jean 1. de Vries, Pres.
Athena Tryouts: Gargoyle Staff:
Athena Literary society will hold its first tryouts on Tuesday, October There will be a meeting ofall staff
4, in Athena rooms on fourth floor Angell hall. Anyone desiring to try out members and tryouts at 3:30 Tuesday
should report at 7:30 prepared to give a short talk of about three minutes afternoon.
in length on any subject in which they are interested. Freshman girls are Frederic W. Ziv, Managing Editor

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especially urged to try out at this time.
Pauline E. Zoller, President.
Atihc:ia Literary Society:
Regular meeting of Athena tonight at 7:)0 in the Athena room. All mem-

Out of Town Football Games: hers are expected to be present.
Will thoec girls planning to go to out of town games please have their Pauline Zoller, Pres.
parental permission letters rent to me at once? Any one dubious about going 119128 1ichianesian
is advised to file a permit in case of sudden decision to go to game.
Please also, register personally at Advisors' Office at least 10 days before There will be a meeting of the women's business staff and any sopho-
the game so that the University special trains and chaperones can be ar more women wshng to tryout tor this staff Wednesday at 4 p. m.
ranged. TmL ae.Sls3aae-
r The cooperation of women students in these university requirements iseS
earnestly requested. 1928 I ichiganemslan:
Beatrice W. Johns , Adviser of Women. There will be a meeting of the men's business staff and tryouts at 4:30
p.m. Wednesday.-

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Thomsen Will Speak
Upon Elmer Gantry
Mr. Eric H. Thomsen, S. C. A. stu-
dent counselor, will give a lecture
hursday, Oct. 6, in room 231 AH. The
subject will be, "Is Elmer Gantry tl'a
Symbol of a Dying Church?" It will
be a talk on Sinclair Lewis' book from
the point of view of a religious work-
(Sr.
Mr. Thomsen who is a Dane, is
rpending his first year in Ann Arbor
as a religious worker and student
counselor.
COLUMBUS-Freshmen will com-
pose the special cheering section for
Ohio State's football games this year,

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rj'ont *L ates, Sales -31ana ger.

Organ Recital:
Palmer Christian, university organist, will give the following program
in the Twilight Organ Recital Series, on Wednesday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock.
The general public, with the exception of small children, is cordially in-
vited to attend. The program in full is as follows:
Concerto organ, No. V, in F (Han del), Andante Cantible (Symphony
V) (Tschaikowsky); Landscape in Mist (Karg-Elert) ; Prelude on the Welsh'
hymntune, "Bryn Calfaria" (Williams) ; Prelude (Schmitt) ; Capriccio (Faul-
kes) ; Vorspiel, Introduction to Act III, Bridal Chorus (Lohrengrin) (Wag-
ner).
Charles A. Sink.
Michigan Union Opera Orchestra:
The applications for candidates for tryouts will not be received after
October 8. Send name, address, 'phone number, class and experimence to
Roy S. Langham, 514 Thompson Street.
Roy S. Lanigham, Conductor.
Mummners Dramfatic Society:
Important business meeting of Mummers Dramatic society, 203 U. Hl.
Wednesday afternoon at 4:00. Absence must be excused.
Ithmar Coffman, President.
University Girls Glee Club:
The first regular meeting will be held today, Tuesday, at 4:30, in the
School of Music. It is important that all old and new members be present.
Delma Loyer, President.

Adelphii house of Representatives:
The question: "Resolved, That this house believes the present action
of the Regents in prohibiting autos is unjust," will be diseussed this evening

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starting promptly at 7:30 in the societies' room
gell hall. Experienced debaters will
contest the question. Special provi-
sions will be made for the seating of
a large number of visitors. Applica-
tions for admission to Adelphi may be
filed with the clerk at the close of the
open session by any male member of
the University.
Robert J. Gt'ssner, Speaker.

on the fourth floor of An- it was announced yesterday by Robert
P. Gunning, A-2 cheer leader.

Alpha Ni:
JRegular meeting tonight at 7:30 on
the fourth floor of Angell hall. This
is the second of Alpha Nu's open ses-
sion meetings for all men students on
the campus ,including freshmen. All
men who made application for mem-
bership at the last meeting are re-
quested to give a three minute speech
after the program. The program dee-
bate is: Resolved, that paternalism in
college is beneficial to students.
Lyle E. Eiserman, Presidlent.

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Physics Colloquium:
Dr. Ralph A. Sawyer will speak on the subject:
Spectrum of Aluminum" Tuesday at 4:15 in Room 1041,
ing. All interested are cordially invited."

"The First Spark
East Physics build-
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Season

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Playing

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PRESENTING

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A Play of
Colorful Mexico
with its
BANDITS
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By PORTER EMERSON BROWN

MIXED CAST
INCLUDES
FRANCES M. JOHNSON, MARY LOUISE
MURRAY, LESTER C. CURL, CHARLES
LIVINGSTONE, LYMAN CRANE, ROB-
ERT WETZEL, FRANCIS K. KLEUTGEN,
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NOTE
The Mimes Theatre Box Office will be open
for the advance sale Friday, September 30th, at
10 A. M. All seats are reserved and priced at 75c.
Phone orders taken and held until six o'clock day
of performance.

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