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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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Publication in the B~ulletin is constructive notice to all members of
thc University. Copy received by the Assistatnt to the President until
o:30). in. (11:30 a. mn. Sait urday.)

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rTUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1927.

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Notice in re Purchase of Annuities:
The attention of all members of the Faculty who by the term of their
appointment are obligated to purchase old age annuities or who have the priv-
ilege of purchasing such annuities, is respectfully calledl to the fact that the
annuity rates of the Teachers' Insurance and Annuity Association will be
Somewhat increased beginning January 1, 1928. There will be all appreciahlec
/saving to all who perfect their arrangements for taking annuities before the
end of the present calendar year. Shirley W. 5jn it.
Uniiversity Leetire:
Dr. Sylvanus G. Morley, Director of the Cai neigie Institution Chichen It za
Proiect, will lecture on "The 1927 Season at Chichen Itza" at 4:15 p. in., Wed-
nesday, October '26, in the Natural Science Auditorium. The lecture will be
illuistrated with the stereopticon. The public is cordially invited.
F. IE. IDobbins.

tlrva I i ont
Icno's a. ,L( {;_, s l lil rehn'? i'SeF'"L''[' pay C .VeiUin] October 251hi, b
1will nf~(wth1,r nsa i Altlos for. general re7't s 1, Oct oher 27 at 7:
1).m3., at1the1i, '"'1',I ority Chl oCf' Ala 1sic.
': . '31.osioe.
P ractice 1-eightat, 7 :00 at the P ,id 1i.+ai1lip hre' w il l ,{o he more t1
ou1ts for the t~Rserve I Band ,itthe sae ime n pae
ti 'holas I ). Pa lvone, 1Director.
Outside W'ork:
Ther'e are several urgenit calls for women students to earn board, or ca
in exchange for Housework or cooking two houirs a lay. Please comec in
once if interested.
PBeatrice IV. Johnson, Adviser of Women
Beta Tiappa Rho (Girls:
You are cordially invitedl to a l-a.lowen Party at 1319 Forcut Avmnue

Ill baturday, Octoh r 2th, a t 2:001,pim Pleast' kheep1the da11t ree ndea~) 1 utr 1to)IHIGH-JSCHOOL TO
co Batrice IV. Johnnon, Ad 'i. er of Women HEAR MEMBERS OF
F tu",: 11 icWK: COACHING STAFF
If i xviliig o say ithcludre evujua fr tent- 1J'. lL4.- Meadl, of Malstilque. Mich..
Uive cents an boin. 1 icrested telephone 4216.
Beaotrice IV, Jiohn~oii, Advis<er of Woment has; held several vonfeirnces with.
- - - - --atllct ic off icials recently, and as a re
I tt Ncivcolliers,' Sect ions ,Facu 13 1oiii,1' C'110: si t a enarne htanen
00, Mrs. Alfred11. White wxxill IW, hostess to tihe Nex-(wnerh' 5 setItha beharanedtht n
Faculty Womens' Club on ZWednesday, the I wenty-sixth of Octohei' attHre(h, o h oahn tf, h ilb
o'clock, Pi Beta Phi Sorority house.83IS 'Tappan Road. :appoiuted. later, will mele~e a one
All Newcomers are cordially 0in ite nt be present. week's speaking tour of the upper\
][r,. NO hTi .eidy Chirmnan peninsula directly after the end of the
*y- football season.
c 1ig tt vli- lichigai a 'Ile is to visit thle=,University of
There will he a mneetinig of, all Youngstown men at the I-11io11in l '!)oil1 Michligan chlbs In the towtis which wftl
I 8t , Wednesday at 7 :00 o'clock, compose his itinery. and will attend
Tliolla" Forr'll, etr, a series of diins at which the clubs
ashl will entertain the local high school
at Advertisi ii: ; football squads. Hle will also speakt
The advertising camp~aign for Ivory Soap which was given one of the at high school assemblies.
Harvard Advertising Awards for 1926 is now on display in the Business Admnin-I The towels which are on his list int
istration Library, 203 Tappan Hall. Everyone interestedi is iNvited to viewchdSal St.Mre ansqu;
hsdisplay. Marqluette, Escanaba, Menomine,,

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C. N. Schialz.

Newberry, and ironwood.'

Phy13sics Collojulun:,
Dr. D). M. Dennison will speak on "The Specific Heat of Molecular Hlydro-
gen in the Wave Mechanics,, at 4:15 Tuesday, October 25 in the Fast Physics
Building.. All interested are cordially invited to attend.
W. F. Colby.
NotIee to -Students of French:
Le Cercle Francais will hold an open meeting and entertainment Wednes-
day, October 26 at Lane Hall auditorium. The meeting will bgin at 7:30 p.m.,
and all students who are taking French 101 or above are not only cordiallyin
vited' but urged to be present. A program consisting of dramatics, music, and
talks has been arranged, and refreshments will be served. There will be no
admission charge. Milo S. Ryan, President.
Ma!1themaitical Club:
Luncheon for the Club will be served at the Michigan Union, Wednesday,
October 26, at 12:15 p.m.
W.IW. 1Denton
TransporitatilnLibrary:
A collection of rather interesting books on early highway construction
anad location is being shown in the display cases of the Transportation Library.
Joint S. Worley.
Student Branchi A.S.M.E :,
Second moeeting will be held Tuesday, October 25th, at 7:30 p.m., in
'Room 214, West Engineering building. Announcement of Committee appoint-
mnents. Talk by Professor R. S.. Hawley.
r P. M. Shoemaker, President.
Football Special:
Girls going to the 'Illinois game on the special train please register with
me before five o'clock Wednesday. All parental permit letters munt -be filed
before this (late.
Beatrice W. Johnson, Adviser of Women.
I'i
Freslitian Wom0en:I1«
I will meet my group on Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock at Barbour Gym-
nasium.(Irma Butler.
Girls' Educationial Club:
There will be, a meeting of the Girls' Educational Club to reorganize on
WVednesday afternoon, October 26, in the Library of the University High
School, (second floor). All sophomores, juniors and seniors, from all schools
and colleges oli the campus, who are interested, in teaching as a profession, are
urged to attend./
lye el laths lu ba ulg1, Faculty Sponsor
1'Lrola1 1; 1WomEn:4
Mrs. Ira Smith would like to meet her group, No. 12 at 5:00 p.m., Tues-
day, in the third parlor of Barbour gymnasium.
I~ols Benson, Chairmnan.

OFFI1CIALS SAIFID
WITH PARKIN8 RULES'
Believe Parking M11ahod ('a rried (Pct
Here SaturdIay wiU lProve
Sa tisfactory
CARS POURED INTO CITY
After meeting and solving the larg-
est traffic problem in its history, the
Ann Arbor police force yesterday ex-
pressed themselves as highly satisfied
witli the way in wvhich the more than
25,000 visiting cars were cared for
Saturday.
The main traffic arteries leading in-
to the city began as early as 2:30
o'clock' Friday to flood the city with
the first influx of week end visitor;,.
This continued on through the night
and yesterday morning is early as
five and six o'clock cars from other
states were..comning into Ann Arbor.
But spasmodic, congestion prob)-
leins -presented themselves to the traf-
fic officers, moat of these arising be-
tween it0 and 12 o'clock Saturday
morning, Inl this i-espect State street
p~resented the most difficulties but by
an hiour and a half before the gaime
this difflii'ty hiad heen largoely sa tis-
tied.
Again inl the afternoon thme(list rict
neighboring the Stadium began to be
rushed 'and from 1: 30) to 2:15 cars
flowed steadily towardl the view
athletic plant 1)r1t all we(re properly.
routed andI marked so that at (t : 30 the
city was practically (dleal red of its Sur-
plus autos.
In effecting a Solution of their traif-
ic difficulties, pol c'e (11"tiotetithe
city in such a ilanner that carrs goingl~
in a particular (lirect ion Should pr
within certain confines. After thec
game all traffic Stop lights in the (it y
were turned off and offices placed at
rush corners to e xpediate the dir(!
tion of visiting autos away from the
heart of the city.
ANNOUNCE DATES
FOR CLUB AFFAIR
Hawley Tapping, Field Secretary of
the Michigan Alumni Association, has
announced that the date for the
Second Triennial of the University of
Michigan Clubs has been (definitely
set for May 10, 11, and 12, 1323.

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Tau Beta PI:
There will be a regular meeting of the Michigan Gamma Chapter of'
B~eta Ili on Tuesday, October 25, at 6:00 p.m., at the Michigan Union.
WV. E. Berger, Secretary.

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GOOD REASONS
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Alipha Nft:
Meeting tonight at seven-thirty. The question for debate is: Resolved that
the principles- of the Baunie's Law of New York should be enacted into law by
th~e other states. This is the question for the 'Varsity debate this fall, and so
anyone who wishes, to hear the proposition discussed may attend the meeting
on the fourth floor of Angell Hall.
*Lyle F. Fisermnan, President.
PMt TEpSilon Kappa:
All members be sure to be. on time tonight. There will be a short re-

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