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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

OFFICIAL BULLE

QUIJANO, MEXICAN REVOLT LEADER, IS EXECUTED
T1 H BY FEDERALIST OPPONENTS AFTER LONG PURSUIT

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ication in the Bulletin is constructive notice
University. Copy received by the Assistant to
p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)

to all members of
the President until;

OFFICALS ADVISE ny beoe by reporting to the
UNION MEMBERS any day from 3 o'clock to
() 'clod.Union membership cards
All students who havo not yet nm- are needed for all Union dances in
the ball room, and for entrance into
urged to do so by unionnl th, Un i h swimminig pool and all other de-
u d d y niooficiatlsis artnents,

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1927

Number 2 3

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eau Foundation:
ere will be a meeting of the committee on the
au Foundation on Monday, Oct. 17, at 2:00 p.m.,

administration of the
in Room 2, University

Your Last Chance

Students applying for loans from this Foundation should present them-
ves before the committee at this time.
J. A. Bursley.
Sociedad Hispanica:'
All members and and accepted candidates are invited to take part in a
nic this afternoon at 3:00 p.m., at the Island Park fireplace. A regular
gram will be conducted.
Charles N. Staubach, President.
sn1opltah Club:
Both old and prospective members are reminded of the reception at the
ne of Professor and Mrs. Edwin C. Goddard on Saturday evening, the 15th,
8 o'clock.
Raja Howranl, President.
1 Delta Kappa:
The Phi Delta Kappan weekly luncheon will be held at 1 p.m., today at the
higan Uniion. Dr. Green of the Psychology Department will be they speak-
All members are especially urged to be persent at this luncheon.
R. D. MacNitt, President.
lversity of Michigan Band:
Formation today at 1:00 p.m., at Morris Hall. Uniform with cape.
Gordon Packer.
LEE CLUB LACKS SURPLUS FUNDS
BUT IS NOW FINANCIALL Y SOLVENT

TODA Y

to buy $40 and $45

OVER COATS

for

This photo was snapped at the moment of the execution of General Alfredo Rueda Quijano, one of the revolt
leaders, at the hands of the firing squad at Mexico City. Quijano, commander of the 26th Mexican regimen,
followed the revolutionary General Almada into the field with his men, but was captured by federal troops. The
capture came only after a long and thrilling pursuit during which the leader successfully evaded the troops
until his capture seemed improbable. A turn of luck led to his being taken into custody and sentenced to
*death.

/$4.75

PACK WANTS AID
IN MAIL DELIVERY
With thousands of registered letters
going into the mails yesterday and to-
day carrying tickets for the Ohio
State-Michigan football game, Post-
master A. C. Pack last night made an
urgent request that Ann Arbor house-
holders plan to help faciliate mail de-
livery next week as much as possible.

ANNUAL BANQUET PLANNED
BY LAW REVIEW MEMBERS
Plans -are now being formulated for
the annual dinner for members of the
editorial board of the Michigan Law
Review which will be held on Friday,
Nov. 18, according to Prof. Burke
Shartel of the law school. The din-
ner will be held in the lawyer's club.

POLITICAL SCIENCE HEAD
LEAVES FORCONFERENCE
Prof. Jesse S. Reeves, head of the
political science department, left for
New York City yesterday to attend
the annual meeting of the Board of
Advisers of the Wiliamstown Institute
of Politics. He will return to Ann
Arbor the early part of next week.

213 E. Liberty St., Opp. Varsity Laundry.

'The new college year finds the
iversity Glee Club, oldest of cam-
s organizations, rejuvenated and re-
ified," said Robert A. Campbell,
easurer of the University and
ntor of the band, who has taken
arge of the finances and trips of

at the session of the football team in
the Union last Thursday, before the
team left for Madison.' Theodore Har-

he club.
The Michigan Union has been the
ponser o this organization for many
ears, but this season the Glee Club
gain steps forth as an independent
rganization. At present the Glee
lub is free from debt, but the treasury
bows no surplus funds for travelling.
fr. Campbell hopes to make arrange-
ents with various Michigan high
chools, whereby a guarantee will be
*"gth-coming for the expenses in-
urred in giving performances.
The Glee Club has made two ap-
earances so 'far this year, one at the
ubs .of Ann Arbor at the Masonic
emple last Tuesday and the second
-Iold State Library
Meeting In Jackson
Convening at the Hayes Hotel in
clison, the Michigan Library associa-
on is coicluding a three-day meeting
iich opened .Thursday. The meeting
as' opened by brief talks by six
brarians who discussed the books
at initerested them most in the last
ear.
Stuart H. Perry, editor of the
irian Daily Telegram, spoke. on
setting Real News of the World,"
iursday night. He was followed by
brarian Bishop who told of his re-
ut work at the Vatican LIibrary
Rome.
The program for yesterday consist-
of a business meeting in the morn-
g, the reading of two papers, and
. inspection of the new Jackson
gh school. In the evening two more
dresses were 'given, one by Miss S.
N. Bogle, assisitant secretary of
e American Library association, on
'he More Recent Development of the
>rk of the American Library associa-
n.
rhis morning's session will be de-
ted to Round Table talks on various
bjects concerning libraries, and will
open to all members. Ralf Emer-
r. formerly of the University libr-
h, and the Jackson Public Library
e the hosts to the Michigan Libraryl

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rison, director o the Glee Club, expres-
sed delight at the manner in which
the football men joined the club in
singing various college songs.
The most ambitious hope of the or-
ganization for this year is the pros-
pect of a Pacific coast trip. If lack
of funds prevent the materialization
of this plan, a Spring trip through
Michigan is planned, with concerts at
the various high-schools. Mr. Camp-
bell hopes to be able to take both the
Varsity Band and the Glee Club on'
this Spring trip.
CERCLE FRANCAIS
TO HOLD MEETING

Preparations are being made by the
Cercle Francais, campus organiza-
tion of French students, for a large
meeting of all the students in French
in the university. This meeting,
which may later be limited to students
of certain courses, is to take place on
Wednesday evening, Oct. 26, at 7:30 in
Lane Hall Auditorium. Refreshments
and entertainment will be features of
the gathering, and it is planned to
have at least one promising speaker
on the program.
ITHACA, N. Y.-Prohibition is given
as the reason for the closing of one'
of Ithaca's oldest restaurants, one not-
ed in pre-Volstead days as the chief
gathering place of the upper class
Cornefl students.

Pack's main request was that door-
bells be answered promptly in order
that the postman who is required to
secure a signature for every registered
letter might do so as quickly as pos-
sible. During the delivery of tickets
for the game last week, carriers re-
ported that there were long waits at
many houses. It was to alleviate this
difficulty and speed up the delivery
that the postmaster's request was
made.
A further inconvenience that it is
hoped householde'rs will avoid is the
failure of any one to be in the.house
at the time of mail delivery. If plans
are made to have some responsible
person at home when the carrier
brings the mail, it will make possible
immediate difficulty and save a large
number of students from having to
make a special trip to 'the post- office
for their tickets.
Box after box of registered letters
were piled in tihe Ann Arbor post of-
fice yesterday afternoon with out of
town tickets with final additions of
35 more expected late in the evening.
Detroit, alone, was to receive two
pouches. Student tickets will 'reach
the post office some time tomorrow.
One extra man, was kept busy all
yesterday doing nothing except stamp-
ing the letters. Eight others went to
work last night in order to complete
each one of the ten operations which
Pack declares every registered letter
must pass through.
KO OD A K S

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writes-
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ritation is a handicap. In 'George White's
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voice protection and finer fhavor. For these
reasons I prefer them, too."

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