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THE MICHIGAN- DAILY

WMNESDAt

a a A A 1 f 1f i-l

DAILY -OFFICIAL BU'LLETIN
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.)

Volumlie 8.

WEI)NESI)AY, 0 'OCTlEN -"0, 1927.

Numb.-r 32,

Diversity lecture:
Dr. Sylvanus G. Morley, Director of the Caineigie Institution Chichen Itza
oject, will lecture on "The 1927 Season at Chichen Itza"-at 4:15 p.,in., Wed-
day, October 26, in the Natural Science Auditorium. The lecture will be
ustrated with the stereopticon. The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins.
idents, College of Literature, Stlence and the. Arts:
The following students are reqiuested to meet the Scholarship Committee

on Friday, October 28th, in Room 300,
cated in this notice:
1. H. A. Abramson ......3:00
2. A. W. Bechtel.'...........3:05
3. C. E. Boyd ............ ..3:10
4. H. A. Brubacher......3:15
5. R. E. Carson ... .... ...3:20
6. R. G. Curtis ..........3 : 25
7. A. B. Elliott ...... .....3:30
8. Katherine Francis........3:35
0. H1. L. H-irt........ ......3: 40
10. Isaac Hoffman....... ...3:45
14. Mildred Innis.............3:°50
23. Ph. P. Wright,

$.W., University Hall, at the time indi-

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L. P. Kauffman ..........3:55
Sophie Kimels............4:0
Ophia M. Knapp...... ... 4:05.
R. H. MacRae ............4:10
L. B. Miller..............4:15
Mrs. Augusta Niethamnmer .4:20.
Angela G. Nosenzo ........4:25
Russell D. Saner...... ...4:30
C. C. Van Vechten ........4:15
lrja Widenius...........4:40
P. A., Wight ............ ..4:45

Youngsto1 n-M ic111 igan ('11110:
There Will be' a iiEeting of all Youngstown muen at the Union in room
304, Wednesday at 7:00 o'clock.
'1Inia, IFarrell, Secretary.
lIleeting,; Wedne:sday, Oct. 26, 127 at 13 Cambridge Road. Pr'of. U. B.
fPhillips will speak about ''h~f Lnd ofl iI(i.'
:. V. Prophet, Assistant Clerk.
Inport an~ t. meeinig tonight atI the Tiiont . 7:30 p.mi. All1 memibers ire
urged to be pres ent.
G~. J. Robertson.
Chi D)elta Phi:
The ine(Aing will Pict be heldenigitht because of t he lecture at Hill Audi-
torium. There will be a meeting tomorrow night, TLhuirday, Oct. 27, at 7:30
at 1113 Willard, second floor. Will all members; p1 lae bring daues?
hathiryn F'rancils, Presidient.
O~nRetasDsai!w:n account of the dlismantling. of the organ in lill Auditorium in anticipa-
lion of the new organi,fthere will be no miore organ recitals until the comple-
tion of the new organ, whlichi will probably be in January or February. .
Charles A. Sinik
'T'ryouts for the 'Vaarsiy Band:
More cornet and- clarinet players are needed in the 'Varsity Band. Report
for tryouts at 6:45 tonight at the Band Hall.
'Nicholas 1). Faalcone, Director,
University of _Afichignan La ind
Rehearsal at 7:15 toighIt. Be there.
Nicholas I). 'Falcone, Direteor.
Oratorical Association Patrons :
Your attention is called to the- fact that a different type of season ticket
is being used by the Oratorical A1ssociation this year. The single ticket is in
the form of a season pass and shall be presented at each lecture. It is im-
portant to note that -thle seat nuniber stub should not be detached from the
,ticket.
For the convenience of both the speaker and the audience your coopera-
tion is asked in making it possible to begin the programs promptly at 8
o'clock; if you arrive after that time, please take a seat in the unreserved sec-
tions of the first balcony. The door, of Hill Auditorium will be open at 7:30j
o'clock and the box-office will be open at 7 o'clock, for each lecture.
The course will open tonight with William Montgomery McGovern's illus-
trated lecture, "To Lhasa in Disguise.",
Carl G~. Branidt, Financial Manager.

o'clock,
Mrs. Lee 0. Vage, -Chairman.

M ax Peet, 2030 Hill street, Wednesday
the twenty-sixth of October, at 8 1

Usfherc for the oratorical series: TICKETS REMAIN
h-irst leture is W'cdn :-day, Oct. 2G. shcrs arecrquete tobepresenit
at 7:151)sharp, Thec y are as follows: Assatciairen- f obet Br1,own1 and FOR ILLINI GAMEi
Lawrvence Walkicy; (nme of aisle heaIdIlirs and u. hers for that se(,(tin fol-
low) Sect. 1--Aieyhoe, Camipbell, Rtuski,arum; Sect. 2- lCreery, lutlre, Fully 41,500 tickets have been sold
Coon, W-ir: Sct. 3-Mlol, _llen, lubiler, Ilaaris: Soct.4SpceM li, to M1icigan supporters for the Mlichi-
Charter, Pleters;-on; Sect. 5-Gale, se asnKe;Se.6Wbt gai-liosgm audy cod
Lashley, KN(ifleld ; Sect. 7--1owe,( Cc0,x, Simp~lson: aect.lnois gamehughes. On',ril
l ridge~c; Seci. 9--Woir, Bradley, C'i~alahan Sect. 1'(1 ucinn,(hisai>> u to harry A. Tillotson, bunsiness;
I ilaxier. lExtras: Cooper, Fuss, Klas';, a ;nd Hu'witz: For cagsca:ll 461', managecr of the Athletic association.
lII . 1. Sndersi, lChairmn of ;? lisher , I Tickerts a:re avaiilble a t te din
t rat iou builingl for those wh-lo wish
Ann Arbor Art Assoeiationi: to p)' frocur the.
w One man exhibit ion of water colors by Carl Lujdquist aind a groupl of .A larg~e num.ber of the studentModly
Oriental paintings sele ocd frocm local collectionis are beingsow in the 11'Es t and aluhmni are expected to accom-
Gallery, Alumni Mleioral Ball, through Suniday, Oct. 301.. pany the team to Champaign, making
Bruce )lL~ IDonaldson,. Iuse of the special round trip rates
Music Sectiu1n, Faculty Women's ('lub: Iachat hae been offered for the trip
The first: meecting of the Music Section will be held at the home of Mr:;. by the railroad companies.

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He, Who Would Look His Bcst, "Chooses The Best"

..:4:50 p.m.

H«. Y. Thiene.

IlOrs7:}
Order slips' for Senior pictures may be obtained from the business office
the Michiganensian any afternoon from 1 until 5 o'clock. You ate urged to
cure these as soon as possible in order to make appointments with the
iotogtphers.
Bryan Hunt, Editor.
otlee to Students of Fr'ench:
Le Cerele Francals will hold an open meeting and entertainment Wednes-
iy, October 26 at Lane Hall auditorium. The meeting will begin at 7:30 p.m.,
d all students who are taking French 101 or above are not only cordially in-
ted but urged to be present. A program consisting of dramatics, music, and
[ks has been arranged, and refreshments will be' served. There xvill be" no
[mission charge. :Milo S. Ryan, President.
tlemuatical Club:.
Bunccheon for the Club will be served at the Michigan Union, Wednesday,
tuber 26, at 12:15 p.m.
W. W. D)enton
irs' Educational Club:
There will be a meeting of the Girls' Educational Club to reorganize on
ednesday aternoon* at 4:30, Oct. 26, in the. Library of the University High
;hoot, (second floor). All sophomores, juniors and seniors, from all schools
A colleges on the campus, who are interested in teaching as a profession, are
ged to attend.
- helen Its Shamnbatigh, Faculty Sponsor
onontils Club:
Meets at 7:45 in Boom 306 of the Union Thursday, October 27. Dean
"iffin will speak. Members-of the staff and graduate students in Economics
A Business Administration are invited.
Z. (C. ickinson.
udent Mlathiematical Society:
The Student Mathematical Society will meet Thursday, Oct. 27 at 7:30 in
om 3017 Angell Hall. Two papers .will be given. All interested in Mathe-
tics are invited to attend.
Madelyn C. Kingsley, Secretary.
embers of thle Point System Coin:
There will be a meeting Wednesday in Barbour Gym at 3 o'clock.
HL. J. Hawkins, Chairman.
11 Sigma:
All nomination cards should be in the hands of the secretary not later
an Oct. 26 to receive consideration at the election to be held Nov. 2.
,tFelbert Swartz.
tlbbnrd and Blade:
There will be a regular meetinig' Wednesday night at the Union at 7:15

T1o the Women's Hofuse Presidents:
The annual Women's League Bazaarl
will be .held December 2 and 3. All
H-ouse Presidents who have sugges-
tions or preferences to offer concern-
ing the articles which their house will
contribute, please call me at 4047 to-
day or Thursday, between 6 and 8 p.m.
Helen Rankin, Chairman of Articles.
University Women:
Mrs. Stewart Hanley will be at the'
University golf course Wednesday,
Oct. 26th., from 2 to 4:30 o'clock. All
students taking golf report there be-
tween those lours for instruction.
E. McCormick.
ARKANSAS- Student government
here is a failure and a disgrace to the
student body in the opinion of aa
group of the most prmninent students. .

Your Photograph
Tells the Story
of your choice
You and your photograph
go different ways and each
will continue to broadcast
the tale.
Why does the quality of
your portrait interest you?

MINNESOTA-One woman is regis-
tered in the Colloge of Forestry here.{
ILLINOIS-More "than 250 scientists
attended the autumnn convention of M A ]I
the National Academy of 'cienccs,
held here. Fur-niture-Rug
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Detroit Theaters ~I
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B1egin a ltug simtdty 'Nig'ht, Oct. :?
SPrices: Nighlts, $1 to $3.5'0; Wed.
: and Sit,.)Iats,,$.00)4 to $.50
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PLAYHOUSE
The Intimacy of Laughter
The Butter and
Egg Man
2nd and Last Week, Beginning MON-
DAY, Oct. 24
NIGHTS: 75c, $1.50. ?Mats. 'rues.,
Tahur. and Sat., 50c, 75c
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LAFAYETTE IDETROIT
2nd Big Week
Amnierica's Inimtitable Star
WMI.
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In Hs LaestSuccess
Popular 1Price Mi~tiiiees
Thurs. and Sact. Bhest Seats,
$1.50; Nights, 50c to $2.50

Solid Mahogany
is the wood in this Charming

SENIORS will find time available now for
an Ensian sitting, which will suit their con-
venience-1 0 days from now the late corners
rush begins and in 4 weeks the time is uip;

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rote Alpha:
There will be a meeting of the Michigan Beta Chapter of Iota Alpha ,,o
which all graduate engineers are invited* at 7:30 Thursday, October 27, in
'oom 3201 of East Engineering Building. Professor R. Nelson speaks upon
he subject: "The preparation of, the Graduate Thesis."
R. IIH. Sherlock, President.

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This play by this well known playwright is one of the BIG R ECENT NEW. YORK SUCCESSES 'an
it was only with great difficulty that Mimes was able to secure It. We feel 'certain that you wiil
enjoy every minute of it.

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