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October 22, 1927 - Image 10

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SARATOGA CELEBRATES SEOUI UNION WILL HOLD SHIP ON ROCKS CALLS FOR AID

Pennants and all kinds of ribbons,
that have been accumulated will be
used to decorate the special dance in
the ballroom of the Union tonight.
Many new features will be offered
in the way of entertainment of the
dancers, including special numbers
by the orchestra and feature dance
numbers.
All the tickets for the dance were
sold a half hour after the sale started.
A large crowd was awaiting the tick-
ets to be placed on sale and they
were sold as fast as possible. One
of the largest crowds ever to have
attended these dances is expected to
be present.

CONSTITUTION MAKERS
TO ASSEMBLE TONIGHT
FOR REGULAR MEETING
Many of those who met in 1907 to
frame the Michigan constitution will
meet together again tonight in Ann
Arbor in a regular meeting of the
Michigan Constitutional League. The
constitution which was drawn up at
that time by these men is the con-
stitution under which the state of
Michigan is governed at the present
time.
The meeting will be opened by the
president of the league, Attorney Mar-
tin J, Cavanaugh of Ann Arbor. Dean
Henry M. Bates of the Law school will
address the group on the subject of
constitutional law. Archibald Broom-
field, a member of the league, 1

phone booths and a special operator
has been done by the Union in order
to take care of the excessively large
amount of telephone calls which are
expected over the week end. Last year
more than 2000 calls could not be
taken care of due to the lack of,
lines and it is hoped that this will
be remedied this week end.
A general information desk may
also be found inthe lobby of the
Union in order to answer questions of
the alumni wh6 will be here for the
game.
Any rooms which have not been
rented as yet for the week end may
be rented by calling the Union room-
ing committee this morning. Therq
are many for whom they have not
been able to find rooms.

This is an unusual photograph of the tanker Winifred O'Donnell, speak on the subject of the desirabl-
which went on the rocks recently near Point Arguello, Calif., and sent ity of keeping the constitution before
several SOS calls for help. The vessel was grounded in a dense fog. the people.
Spanish Scholars T
Inspect Universitys
Scientific 1Equipment .
A commission of scientists from the -
University of Madrid, Spain, will visit -
the University next week on Wednes- ~
day and Thursday, it was announced
yesterday by Dr. Frank Robbins, as-
sistant to the President. The com-
munication received by Dr. Robbins
indicated that the men would be par-
ticularly interested in Ithe Medical
school and the various scientific lab-
oratories of the University.
The commission was introduced by
the Medical section of the Rockefeller W A LH R CPECIA L
foundation.
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