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October 20, 1927 - Image 10

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THE MICH-IGAN DAILY'x'TT SA,6

U LYOFFICIAL B'ULLETIN
lication in the Bulletin is cormstructlve notice to all members of
University, Copy received by the Assistanat to the President until
Ip. in. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday.)

: IlTiSeond tryoutis fo7. r tiMummers Dramatic Society,,)]tis ,afteoIon from 3 .:00Ii
5:(00 p. tin.,;it 2W'3 tiI. Absence~s of mmbers -,must hoe(eX( i,,,d.
Therewill1~, a Women's Lengue Party and Womenin's Athletic Ass~ociation
P(tc71hntio Friday, Octobelr 21, In Srh(awl Angell flaill fromt

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I- % LU 'D i. it, ,MS .I1 191011 .7 l. A 1 1 tt*l At.aj.
Voiurme S'IIIITISDAYV, ¢CliBYR 20J, 19'" 7 nitie;r 2
Morne studcents, are ne(eed to sell programs for the remaining games.
I-versit y Lectuires. T
anndmn11elweMAMsDeoWidoCatEnlnT1101desinulito tysell who h.aVe 1101 5s1(d efi'e, report at Yost F'ie~ld House, EiidHFlnv; .. o fWnlo"(tte nln}
1 give two lectures oil the 1mu1sic ocf the Elizathan luPer-iond 111itsr:eltshin i'd~ ftr31.1
the lieaueoThttm.rhe lrefilnrc wll illllu i )raedIlld J.'N. Rylioim, Sales Manager. I
sic of the period. The lei lures %will be given ain the Nat oracl :cenc Adi ' I 'eie o,'
20, 'Ihe 1rnglil t111Miadri a' "Fri lay ,(ctobr 21. -The Elizabeltha;n ;- .A )Il. l atofal
yes." T'hepublic i :co~ihly invite l. fV. 1 . Iobiii~lt I 1 A ""L' AT l1Y T let'rvcV rATlV Tr A 7YNH1E F-NMMAFY

SCENE OF BAL KAN TROUBLES
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STATISTICS SNOW (G00D
IHEALTH PREDOMINATED
FOR SUMMER SESSIONS
No students were refused admit-
( tance to the Summer Session this year
becaiuse of physical deficiencies, ac-
crngto the report of the activities
of the University Health Service for
the month of July-, August, and S'ep-
Stttist ics indicate general good
hea%% lthi of the summner students, with
t .I't ticAllY no conitagious diseases re-
pOt1ed. Practically all departments
showed c~ a large increase in the mntu
her, of patients treated, over the past
three Snimner Sessions, but this is
duew to the fact that there were sev-
era I 11U11(Pe'd more studecnts in this
yeCa' s setssion,
Abit 55 tir cent, of- the entering
si udelts presente~d homec physician
recor(1s insteatl1 of the regular exami-
nat ( ios here, the report Showed. Dr.
Warretn 1E. Forsythe, director of the
Hecalth S ervice, stated that he saw no
rcriscon for discontinuing the policy of
acclltng omephysician records, in-
g ofasi +ntch1 as considlerable timie and con-
the fuisioni could be spared under the pres-
('1t. sys;teni

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l1i1lips ScItolirslail ;: JIA IJS-H, -SE UUIEDI)Al POSTl OFPIC
Thlree scholar 'hlp.,ip :o $a"1 chv illb aadttoTbisuenspasn
tihe best examinations in the fo~rur nits of ('t111 ceLatin i'rilfnto ii sof Posim ster A. C(%lPack annotunces,' PaulI.. L.iankins, Ruth Haddock, Louis
Greek and fourc of Latin, Scee Uiversity aena 'PAb-U a', mail for the followving i ier'soiis (4)](stein, i Afvl-0n1 a iiwi', rhoztzuas
Appictin oradisio t tisexmiatonshulsb iaue o he" ined(d f xl my i(, sucre-(d if I Ta rison, IFred Ja miso, AdrienneJ a-
undersignted brefore Octobr 22.
lt' yA r1IIIs cl led for=' t the geneoral dlvr win- "cobls, Va punn Johnson, (Matre V. Lang-
ohnC. 1titert. 10 o - )f te miain post 0111c , 0on01'orIn, Lorenzo Loretto, Itichard Kii'-;
be- - rfo)re Oct. 27: inckl, Yrgo A. IKoskinenlz, hdwvard L,.
k liUi ig WoodPor S'lle ly tUiivI'siify:I i , Afif, Prof, IR. Cr. Anderson1, Lbc yo .KnL .Lig
" Kindling wood nmay h1)0 had "at $1 ler load on sift. Call Mr. WhityinI3 eigL.Lorel.
Stor ehouse buildinr philone 51.- 59"-.1'. ' '.zral1I. i <aoldF. I3 almer, Heclen Miriam Ii,-' Norber't AT;aIge, Bernard E. Little,
1CAlowsky. Gordon> J. Burns1, fRona ld Bli:-F George Likert, Renlsis liakeiit, Gatr itt
Frettclt 1[il 5sol, I's. Daivid Taradley, Ma11i" ar t F. Kempers, Anna Lichovit z, Juan Lat -
I ;;chal la~l mm iisHas:(Jobr 0.Eooi (1, Raymond Bliss, Pri. G, . lgAr,'hur ,lorach, Milton Kovinshy .
JohnILi 1.Effinger. An~se(' ,l, alph )Andlrews, Helen An- t MyronKIle, George .Kisessi, Cirsa
___________ erson, Del Ahrens, D~orothy Balib, C. M y. Mc(,Kee,. William Moulton, Rerbaert .
Hy giene ILecture: Ralph Bennett1, W. Gmt;a,1 Barnes, MacNeil, Mabel NeNamee, ler. t('.C.
The first freshmen lectuzre in Hygiene for men will be given in Water -Robert Blowditulh, John R. IBos. Menjes, Geo. lazebali, Tlelen Mehalyi,
man Gxymnasiumn, Thursday andi Friday,, October 20th and 21st, at 3-4 and ' Mildred Bakaitis, Hannah Binham- H:enry. Nouriki, Steve F. Obell.
P, 11. This requirement uiludes all freshmen in the regular physical train- ITIzl', Fredl J. Boastrum, W4aine Abram- E±lwood Powell, John Phune, Dr..Fj

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The assass ination of General Ko vachievit c ihas .csedthe ('lo~iil
part of the fronitier ibet 'ween Jlugoslav- a andBlgraia ti'itono
severing of domrestlic relations betwee ni the taro couznt ries".

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ing; groups and others that have been excused from these groups.
(xe orge A. 3Mity.
Psychology 161. luntilnet, Feeling , an1d Eniotioii:
P'rofessor Adamis will et this class Friday to discuss Interest.
.Freskln iWomnen:
Freshman womien should arrainge to see Mimes productions on Friday or
Saturday evening. Accord'ig to House Rules Freshmen are expected to limit
their engagements to. these eveniings and the 'Late Permission' privi ledge
shiould not be asked for or granted. Grace Itchiards, Adviser of Women.
Group 7 Freshman Womn'w:
I will meet my group Friday afternoon at 4:00 o'clock in Barbour Gym-
nasium. Mlrs. Frederick O'D~ell.
Freshmnan Wointen:
I1 will meet my group Thursday at 4:00 p. in, in B~arbour Gymnasium.
Ihelen Ramsey.

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suii, i a rr'ry 1j. D~)WCen, Prot. 'Charles '5SPerkins, Winnifred Patterson, ftir-j
E. Lurt, James D. Brown, Stanley I ley Putnum, Tan Lien Piao, Dr. Edithl
Armstrong, Paul Bez, William Araka- E. Pasmore, Willard E. Parker, Ruth's
wa, Benj. (Jeline, N. H-arry Champlain,I A. Painter, Martha 1L. Park, A. T:
Dr. C. C. Dewitt, A. Dayton, Orrin F. Ortenberger, Miss Morio Ross, Ned
Cooley, Dorothy Christenson, Georgej Roehmn, Franik C. Russell, Bonnet Rich,
ronstantine, Robert Dicky. James Walter Rendel, Y. T .Seto, Prof.
George R. Davis, Chas. Dasney, Stan- A. Burdett Stevens, Win. E. Siefritz.
ley J. banner; Donald B. Doubleday, Paul Schreiber, Dorothy Seeber.
John C. Chandler, Roy B. Drake, John Dick Thornton, Jas. S. Stevens, Er-
Christle, Chas. X. Calderini, Cash Ca- weins Scheer, Theodore D. Singer, Sam-
hill,. Howard, B. Calderwood, Mrs. l+. u6I W. Simpson, Mr. S'chrame, Ruby
E. Campbell, Chas. E. Chapple, Edward Spickelmier, Don Stoner, Dr. Thomas;
Cronwell, Luis Vollazo, E. Carmen: IHall Shastid, Leon Louis SadowskiI
Samuel Cardone, Sherman Ferris, °LO- Richard Thornton, Bryden Taylor, 110-
roen ID. Ewen, William Foster, A. H._ men C. Stephens, Harvey Straub,
Floyd, Win. A. Frankenfie1(, Douglas Ewald Teske, Arthur H. Stuart, Edw.
Gary, Ruth Greisemnan, Andrew Gu- Girard Schieffelin, Paul Starrett.
theil, Dr. Adelaide E. Gurd, S'ybiI B. Summers, Truman Woodward,
Flemming Graham, S. A. Graham, Wal- Harry Weiner, Virginia Wallace, Les-
ter Gorsline, P. Hirst, Geo. B. Hester, lie E. Wagner, Geo. Wilfred Johnson,
Prof. Eustace Hayden, Thomas Gil- Jr., Clarence Wells, B. Upberg, Emily
lette, Chas. C. Hammill. , iflcox, John Voelker, Susin White,
Kathieryn Hoitshil, Ennis Hawkins., Walter C. Welke, Gaylord Walker,
Morris Groverman, Jr., John T. Haines Jack Weiner, Aubrey D. Young.

The ever-growing popularity of

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is dlue to its unequalled writing, quality, large ink capacity and durability,
combined with factory service by the makers rigit' he "e in Ann Arbor..

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315 State Street

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Pij Lambhda Theta,:
There will be a regular business me eting of Pi Lambda Theta this evening]
at 7:30 p. mn. in the Library of the Martha Cook Buiklding.
Janies Die Vries, President.

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Ann Arbon

Two

Big

Dances

at the

Mx chigan

Union

9:00,o0i0oo
Enjoy the W eek-End

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MUSIC BY

SID BRYANT and his MICHIGANME.

A Good Nine Piece Band

Saturda
9:00 to 12:0
Dance at the Upion

FEATURING the LATEST DANCE HITS

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SEATS,
ON SALE
OCT. 18th

PHONE
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it-was only with great difficulty that Mimes was able to secure it. We feel certain that you w
enjoy every minute of it.

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