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DAILY OFFICIA L BULLET.N
Publication in the Rulletin is constructive notice, to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. m. (11:36 a. m. Saturday.)

Pers within the next two weeks, and dates of ticket sale will be given at thit riter Protests A
time ; Aer Potets gainst Exploitation

Volume 8

WED)NESDAY, OCTOrBER 5.1 1927.

Nunjibcr 14.

Choral Union Ushers:
The following men have been chosen for duty on the main floor and first
balcony.
Please report to your Floor Head at 5 p. in. today in Room 101, Economics
Bldg. and obtain cards.
The balance of assigrtments will appear in this bulletin tomorrow.
Main Floor:
F. N. Calhoon, L. R. Blakeslee, L. Van Antwerp, V. F. Neumann, P. Silver-
nale, W. A. Niethammer, L. C. Spoor, D. J. Bullock, R. A. Waterman, F. Haan,'
R. C. Moore, G. Relyea, J. D. McCurry, N. Booth, P. M. Shoemaker, L. Bohnet,
E. R. Snell, H. H. Nielsen, A. F. Grassl, K. G. Moore, F. H. Wienman, N. P.
Rider, B. L. Canfield, W. B. Ellis, D. Van Woerkam, W. E. Reichle, II. A. Reid,
H. Brinkman, C. A. Orr, Wm. Swanson, L. O. Shantz, E. M. Staub, F. C. For-
sythe and D. M. Lyon.
First Balcony:
M. H. Waterman, T. V. Koykka, J. Ruswinckel, G. Tiedke, E. E. Scott, R.
S. Hotchkiss, M. Havemann, G. A. Carmichael, W. Allman, P. T'eeple, H. C.
Behm, S. F. Straight, P. Endriss, B. Fulgum, C. Hammer, R. Hunter, W. M.
Sams, E. W. Davis, N. Canfield, H. Snyder, R. C. Winters, H. Hoch, P. Scott,
Jones Stephen, J. L. Murphy, J. Mulliken, T. C. Winter, Geo. Wescott, 14. F.
Mattson, J. E. Galley, R. Fasquelle, H. P. Fowley, G. Watland.
W. A. Davenport
Faculty, College of Literature, Science and the Arts:
Faculty Program blanks have been distributed throukh 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.

Carl G. Brand, Financial Manager Of National Forest As Overflow Basin
Forestry (liii: _______________
m ryC Forestry ('lI]) will meet. \\Wednesdaiy, Oct. 5, in room 2039 at 7:30 p. Outdoor recreation has become a vate interests for use of the Superior
m. i'rOI. Matthews, of the Forestry School, will speak. All foresters and natural resource of America which National Forest, in northern Minne-
Iprw~mgcd eresorester:, are urged to be present. sota, for a series of giant overilow
F. P. Strulisaker.. , muast be judged on equal terms with basins for' Iowe'r damas and wi ater.
..rkr.lumber, power, metals and similar sto rage.
Landscape Club: products in administration of the pub- The projected development, it is
A special meeting will be held in room 400 South Wing Thursday, Oct. , lie domain, according to an article in claimed, would wreck a recreation
at 3 p. an. irolessor Tealdi will speak. Elections to fill vacant offices. ALL the October number of Outdoor Amer- area of vital importance to the people
Landscape Design students should attend. ica, official publication of the Izaak of the middle West. 'Plie Superior
1'. Dorr Legg, President Walton league of America. Forest is pictured as the last wilder-
The article, written by Donald ness area east of the Rockies, as a
PrescoIl Club: Hojhugh, special writer for the maga- playground of national importance,
Dr. F. O. Taylor, Chiof Chemist for Parke. Davis and Co., will address the zine, is in protest against the plan situated within reach of 25,000,000
Prescott Club Thursday evening at 7:30 in Room 303, Chemistry Bldg. All submitted to the government by pri- Ipeople. It is, according to Mr. Ilough,
Pharmacy students are urged to be present, and all others interested are cor-
dially in viLed to att end. a.

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"the juciest plum dangling before the
eyes of the commercial exploiters to-
day, and a battleground on which na-
tional issues for the use of the public
domain are\ being fought."
Outdoor recreation, until recently
considered a by-product, now out-
ranks every other public use of some
parts of the country, Mr. Hough
claims.

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lie domain is approaching an end, he
declares, and points cut that "the
rennants of recreational territory
within democratic striking distance of
civilization are pitifully small, and
the people have not the slightest in-
tention of letting these remnants get
,away from them"

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R. C. Byce, President.

C(hi Delta Phi:
Important meeting Wednesday evening, 7:30, in room 204 S. I'V. Univer-
sity Hall. All members are requested to be present.
Kathryn Francis, President
Menibers of the Cosniopolitan Club:
There will be an important business meeting on Friday evening, October
7, at 7:15, in Lane hall. All members are earnestly requested to attend.
Change in the Constitution, and affiliation with the National organization will
be considered.
Raja Howrani, President
All Men From Buffalo, N. 'Y.:
Smoker tomorrow night at the Union, 8 o'clock, in Room 316. Refresh-
ments, smokes and entertainment will be provided by the hosts-Scalp and
Blade.
Roy B. Blass, Secretary

John R. Effinger.

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To All Seniors: f
You are urged to make appointments with the -photographers for your
Michiganensian pictures as soon as possible. Before making the appoint-
ments, order slips must be bought at the Michiganensan business office which
is open from 1 to 5 o'clock every afternoon. This ,order cost three dollars,
two dollars of which will be allowed by the photographers on any private
order which may be given before Christmas. No :picture will be accepted
except from the four official studios which are Dew, Randall-Maedel, Rent-
chier, and Spedding. By acting now you can get tIe most convenient appoint-
ments. t
Bryan Hunt, Editor
English 2983 (Bibliography): ,
Will meet Thursday at 1 o'clock in Room 1209 Angell Hall.
H. C. Hutchhis
English 269:
Will meet hereafter on Friday from 3 o'clock to 5 o'clock, Room 403,
Library.
J. B. Moore
Philosophy 31 Make-up Examination:
All of those who were unavoidably absent from the final examination in
Philosophy 31 last semester will be given a make-up examination on Friday,
Oct. 7, at 3 p. m. in 106 M. H.
John Kuiper
Rhetoric Incompletes and Absences from Examinations:
Students who received marks indicating incompletes or absences from
examinations in Rhetoric 1 and 2 at the close of the second semester of last
year will please see Professor Solve. His office hours are from 1 to 2 o'clock
daily, Room 3220 Angell Hall.
T. E. Rankin
Fencers:
All fencers, beginners, freshmen and varsity men report Wednesday,
Oct. 5, 'in the fencing room at 4 o'clock. Freshmen taking fencing are excused
from gym.
Dr. G. May.
Out of Town Football Gaines:
Will those girls planning to go to out of town games please have their
parental permission letters sent to me at once? Any one dubious about going
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
the game so that the University special trains and chaperones can be ar-
ranged.
The cooperation of women students in these university requirements is
earnestly requested.
Beatrice W. Johnson, Adviser of Women.
Oratorical Association Patrons:
Many inquiries have been made concerning this year's Oratorical Asso-
ciation Lecture Course. Formal announcement will be made in the newspa-

WEBSTER BREAKS Football Train For
SE;APLANE RECORD Madison Announced
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A special strain, with greatly re-
duced rates, will be run between Ann
Arbor and Wisconsin for the Michigan-
Wisconsin football game Saturday.
October 15, Michigan Central railroad
officials announced yesterday.
The train will leave Ann Arbor at 10
o'clock Friday night, Oct. 14 and will
arrive in Madison at 8:30 o'clock Sat-
urday morning, where it will remain
until 8:30 o'clock before departing for
the return rtip. The rate will be $13.60
round trip, with $4.50 extra for a lower
berth, or $3.60 for an upper each way.
SAWYER EXPLAINS
SPECTRUM LAMP
IN PHYSICS TALK
Speaking on the "First Spark Spec-
trum of Aluminum," Dr. Ralph A.
Sawyer, assistant professor of physics,
told the Physics colloquium, which
met yesterday afternoon in the East
Physics building, of the developments
of a new spectrum lamp.
Having just returned from abroad,
where he studied during a year's leave
of absence from the University, Dr.
Sawyer explained how the lamp would
produce both double and triple
aluminum spectra, showing the vari-
ous intricacies with which the new
lamp worked. He concluded his lec-
ture by showing some slides of the
spectra, explaining the details he had
gathered from his study abroad.

Milton C.

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The greatest authority on the popular game of Bridge for

An Afternoon or Evening
with

Work,

Two

Dollars

Michigan Union Assembly Room
Thursday Afternon 2:30
Thursday Evening 8:00

October

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Lieut. S. N. Webster
English aviator, who broke all ex-
isting speed records for seaplanes
when he won the Schenider cup for
Great Britain in the annual races
held at Venice, Italy, this year.
Webster averaged 281 miles an hour.
YALE-Decline in the birth rate of
upper class American families points
to future total annihilation, according
to Dr. E. Huntington of the Scientific
school.

Benefit League Building Fund-Auspices Ann Arbor Group
Michigan Women

t. :3.
THE PACKARD RESTAURANT
Catering to college men and women with the best of every-
thing in good eats.
COR. STATE AND PACKARD

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The

IV[iines

Theatre

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Will Open Its Annual

Season

Now

Playing

All

This

Week

PRESENTING

64

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A Play of
Colorful Mexico
with its
BANDITS
and
Everything

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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.

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 verformance.

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