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TI-E MICHIGAN DAILY

DA I L Y OFFCIALL BULLETIN
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.)

Volume 8.

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THURSDIAY, OCTOBER 26, 1927.

Number 33.

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Students, College of Literature, Science and the Arts:
The following students are requested 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
9. H. L. Hirt ..............3:40
10. Isaac Hoffman...........3:45
11. Mildred Innis ..... .......3:50
23. Ph. P. Wright.
Mr. Pargment's Classes:
I shall meet all my classes Thurs
Sociology 51:

S.W., University Hall, at the time indi-
12. L. P. Kauffman .........3:55
13. Sophie Kimels ...........4:00
14. Opha M. Knapp.........4:05
15. R. H. MacRae ............4:10
16. L. B. Miller ............4:15
17. Mrs. Auguista Niethammer .4:20
18. Angela G. Nosenzo ........4:25
19. Russell D. Sauer..........4:30
.20. C. C. Van Vechten ........4:15
21. Irja Widenius...........4:401
22.. P. A. Wight ..............4:45
..........4:50 p.m.
H. P. Thiemne.
day, Friday, and Saturday.
II. S. iParginent'

tbs Joliiison's Fres iiiu irtau:'
I should like to have my group come to tea today any time from 4:15 to
5;30 at Barbour Gymnasium.
Beatrice W. Jolinson, Advisor of Women.
University Women:
I will have no office hour at the Health Service Friday afternoon, Oct.
28th.
Mlargaret Bell, M.D.
Advisors' ,Tea:
All University women are cordially invited to tea at Barbour Gymnasium.
from 4:15 to 5:30 today. Girls from the Asman League House are assistant
hostesses.
Beatrice W. Johnson, Advisor of Women.
Freshmen Womien:
The Freshman Spread is in honor of all Freshmen women. If any Fresh-
man has failed to receive an invitation by mail, she is urged to consider this
notice as her invitation. The Spread is informal, in Barbour gymnasium,
Friday, October 28th, from 8 to 11 o'clock.
Grace Edwards, Advisor of Women.
Polonia Literary Circle:
The first program -meeting of the year will be held in Lane Hall Friday,
October 28, at 7:30 p.m. Dr. Sadowski will give a short talk. Everybody out.
Cecilia 1). Wells, Secretary.
Iota Alpha:
There will be a meeting of the Michigan Beta Chapter of Iota Alpha to
which all graduate engineers are invited at 7:30 Thursday, October 27, in
room 3201 of East Engineering Building. Professor R. Nelson speaks upon
the subject: "The preparation of the Graduate Thesis."
:R. H. Sherlock, President.
Chi Delta Phi:
There will be 1a meeting tonight at 1113 Willard, second floor. Please
bring dues.
Kathryn Francis, President.
League of Nations Lecture:
Professor P. W. Slosson will lecture on "The Outlawry of War" Thurs-
day at 4:15 in Room 231 Angell Hall under the auspices of the Tolstoy League.
Everyone interested in the possibilities of making war impossible is invited
to attend.
A. A. Birnkrant
J -110p:I
There will be a meeting of the J-Hop committee tonight at 7:15 in the
Michigan Union.
John Gilmartin, Chairman.

MORROW CONFERS WITH KELLOGG
REGARDING HIS DUTIES IN MEXICO,

FORMER STUDENT
OPERATED UPON
William L. Diener, '26, was operated
on at the University hospital Monday
day as the result of a leg injury re-
ceived several years ago in freshman
football practice here. Diener, who is
employed in the offices of the P. W.
Chapman company of New York, will
be confined to the hospital for about
two weeks.
TROW TO RELATE
HIS OBSERVATIONS
Relating their observations as un-
official observers, Professors William
C. Trow and Howard Y. McClusky of
the School of Education will give an
account of; the Wittenberg Sympo-
sium of Feelings and Emotions held
last week at Wittenberg College,
Springfield, Ohio.
The addresses will be given before
an open meeting of the Men's Edu-
cation club at 7 o'clock next Monday
in 302. Union. All men interested are
invited to attend.

Dwight W. Morrom, new Unite d States Ambassador to Mexico, is
shown in conference with Cecretary o f State Frank B. Kellogg in Washing-
ton.

The Midsemester Examination will occur Wednesday, November 9, at 4
o clock. Those having other classes at this hour should arrange at once for a
special which will be given earlier than the time announced.-
R:H. -Holmes.
Political Science 291; Journal Club:
There will be a regular meeting of the Journal Club today at, 3 p.m.,
2035 Angell Hall,
J. S. Rerrs.
American Chemical Society Lecture:
Professor W. R. Bloor, Department of Biochemistry, University of Ro-
chester Medical School, will discuss "The Fatty Substances. Their functions
in the Living Body," Thursday, October 127,at 4:15 p.m., in the CHEMISTRY
BUILDING Amphitheatre, Room 165. All interested are cordially invited.
B. A. Soule.
Sophomore Engineers:
Assembly and Class Meeting in Room 348, 9 a.m., Friday, October 28th.
G. G. Brown, Mentor.
Economics Club:
Meets at 7:45 in Room 306 of the Union Thursday, October 27. Dean
Griffin will speak. Members of the staff and graduate students in Economics
and Business Administration are invited.t
Z. C. Dickinson.
Student Mathematical Society:
The Student.Mathematical Society will meet Thursday, Oct. 27 at 7:30 in
Room 3017 Angell Hall. Two papers will be given. All interested in Mathe-
wiatics are invited to attend.
Madelyn C. Kingsley, Secretary.

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Arbor a good and reliable water sup-1
ply was discussed Tuesday night in a,
program -sponsored by the local
branch of xthe League of Women
Voters. The meeting was held in Pat-c
tengill auditorium, and was addressed#
by Donald S. Breisch, '30P, George J.i
Burke, an Ann Arbor lawyer, andl

Robert Norris, a member of the board
of water commissioners.
Breisch explained matters regard-
ing the chemical analysis of water.
The meeting was in preparation for
the special election in November,
which has a proposal to bond the city
for $500,000 to finance the erection
of a new reservoir, the development
of an artesian source of water supply
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