THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Tuesday from 4:30 to 6 in room 216 School of Music. All those interested are
j invited to tryout.
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. Saturday.)
Romance Club Meeting:
The first meeting of the Romance Club will be held on Wednesday,
October 12, a t8:00 o'clock in room 316 of the Michigan Union. All instructors
and graduate students in the Department of Romance Languages are cordial-
ly invited to be present.
Julio Del Toro. I
SUNDAY, QCTOBER 9, 1927.
The Rev. Dr. D. H. S. Cranage, M.A., Litt.D., who is in charge of all the
extra-imural work of Cambridge University, England, will lecture on "The
Mediaeval Home of the Monk" at 4:15 p. n., Monday, October 10, in the Natural
Science Auditorium. The lecture will be illustrated with the stereopticon. The
public is cordially invited.
The first regular meeting of the Senate Council will be held Monday, Oct.
10, at 4:15 p.m., in the President's office.
F. E. Robbins, Secretary.
University Houses for Rent:
Nine room house at 1229 South State. Entirely redecorated, floors refin-
ished. Water softener, laundry trays, new basement. Very good condition.
Rent is reasonable. Dial 9512.
Three-room apartment with bath and enclosed sleeping porch. Steam
heat, frigidaire service, entirely redecoratec(, floors refinished. Close to cam-
pus. Rent is reasonable. Dial 9512.
E. C. Pardon, Superintendent.
ELEC TROCUTION IS
"Electrocution is evidently - pain-
less method of killing, inasmuch as
consciousness is destroyed by the first
contact," said Prof. Carl D. Camp, of
the medical department, when asked.
to comment upon the recent accusa-
tion of Swedish scientists that elec-
trocution was "barbarous."!
Dr. E. A. Pohle, of the University
hospital staff, also stated his belief
that the first shock of electrocution
destroyed consciousness, and that, al-
though the shock might not cause
immediate death, itswould paralyze
the respiratory system and death
would follow shortly.
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YXcsterday's issue of the Michigan of ilhim J. Mayo, ' Willia
Junior Women :
Junior Class Dues must be paid Tuesday or Wednesday,
12th in University Hall, across from the Candy Booth.
Marie Iartwig, Business Manager of Junior
Alunus, the first or the year, hring
to light an interesting new depait-
ment, which will certainly a d to the
value and interest o. the magazine. it
is called "Who's Who in the .\lumni
University," and consist of three bi-
ographical sketches each wcek of
prominent living alnnini. Ony mTicen
who are remarkable in their Own
field, and who do exceptional job wxvoi
are to have their biographical sketch-
es on this page-a sort of all of
October '1, and
Billow, :l anti Frank 1W. Steev,
'12 !'. all 01 mm mm or great n1 -
tional or world-wide reputation. Tb ih
<iel ar: ment will contiiuuie prtcnltiW
.IuY such biographies for at le:ist a
year, andl l e'haps for even a lon
ime, e'pendi1g a good deal upon the
reception iven it.
The annual tnrliportation hill (f
I w United Stnte is about $ UO,OOIX-
1A 10 (ivided about equally betxvecn the
:mili'Uatls and motor trucking F5y8-
There will be a meeting of all tryouts and members of the upper staff
of the Gargyole at 4:00 p.m., Monday, Oct. 4.
issue, the sketches -IN-cu
In thi issuexthe°setche give lousv~
Building Of Museum
Construction on the new museum
is well up to schedule, according to
the latest building report.
The exterior brick and stone work
is all completed. The important
operations remaining before the struc-
ture is ready for occupancy consist of
plastering, painting, millwork and the
installation of ornamental ironwork,
and marble and tile floor and decora-
DINNER TO MARK
To celebrate the renewal of foot-
ball relations between the University
of Chicago and the University of
Michigan, the Michigan club of Detroit
has arranged a monster dinner to be
held at the Rainbow gardens in Chi-
cago. Club officials expect all of the
900 places to be taken.
The program includes addresses by
prominent Michigan graduates, short
talks by the football coaches, and a
special cabaret entertainment.
For Sale by Buldings and Grounds Department:
Monroe furnace in excellent condition. Suitable for
Price $50. Phone 9512, Buildings and Grounds dept.
.E. C. Pardon,
6 or 7 room house.
School of Education Faculty:
The first regular staff. luncheon for the yearawilltbeheld in the Ladies'
Dining Room, Michigan Union, Monday, October 10, at 12:15.
C. 0. DavIs, Secretary.
To Graduate Students in Education:
The preliminary examinations for meeting the requirements for the Ph.
D. degree in Education will be held at 2 p. m., October 13th, 14th, and 15th, in
room 4000 University High School.,
Zoology 32 (Heredity) Make-up Examination:
Students who were absent from the final examinations in Heredity last
semester will take a make-up examination on Saturday morning; October 15.
The examination will be given at 9 o'clock in Room 3089, Natural Science
There will be 'a meeting of Cerele Francais Wednesday, October 12 at
7:15 p m., in room 202 South Wing, for the purpose of organizing and forming
plans for the coming year. All last year's members are earnestly requested
to be present.
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ENOUGH TO MAKE
A HORSE LAUGH!
Life was just one chukker after an-
other for this Don Juan in White
Flannels, until he met a girl he
couldn't chuck! You'll chuckle till
your teeth rattle when you see
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Milo S. Ryan, President.
Regular meeting will be held in Room 3201 Angell Hall, on Tuesday, Oct.
11, at 8 p.m. Professor Hopkins will present "Report on the Problem of
Three Bodies." Election of officers. All persons interested are cordially in-
W. W. Denton.
There will be a mass meeting of all girls in the Sophomore class to elect,
the general committee for the Freshman Spread in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall,:
Barbour Gymnasium, Wednesday, October 12th, at 4 o'clock.
Helen Rudolphi, Vice-President, Class of 1920.
Tryouts for Adelphi:
Of the 36 applications for admission that were filed with the clerk those,
whose nampes are from A to M inclusive will come Tuesday evening, October
11, with a five minute tryout speech on any subject of their own choice.
Robert J. Gessner, Speaker.
Scalp and Blade Men:
Important meetings this afternoon at 2:45, at the Union. Attendance is
Roy B. Blass, Secretary.
EVERY Michigan student pro-
nuunces Granger's wonderful,
because they all enjoy an evening
spent in pleasant recreation at one
of our dances. The informal at-
mosphere that prevails at all of our
dances makes every one feel at
home at once.
Bill Watkins and his Wolverines
furnish the music for every party.
You will find them a wonderful
band to dance to. They have plenty
of pep and rhythm and lots of sweet
.Adaple(1 trom Liberty
Magazine Story by
Varsity Glee Club:
There are some men who will have to tryout a second time, due to the
competition and the length of time since their first tryouts. These ryouts
will be held from 4 to 5 Monday afternoon in Room 306 School of Music. The
complete list of these men as well as the first list of members appears else-
where in this issue; there will be 'other lists to follow as the difficulties are
cleared away. The men scheduled for second tryouts must appear for these to
Dancing every Tuesday,
Wednesday, Friday and Saturday
- -Granger's Academy
Franklyn D. Burger, Manager.
Tryouts for the Freshmen Girls' Glee Club will be held on Monday and
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When lie stepped into his - white pants he / '
stepped into a lot of trouble. They even got
hint into a polo match. Thb way Ie won the
girl and the game is enough to make a
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Relief trains consist of ambulance
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They carry fully equipped operation
tables, and complete pharmacies and
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pairing sections carry full equip-
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cylinders and hydrogen apparatus to
dissect and remove train wrecks.
There is now a regular telephone
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