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aTaeF MTCa~I-TTCAN l l. lSiATY ^Till..

DAILY OFFI CIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is cnrstructive notice to all members or
the University. Copy received by the assistant to the President until
3:30 p. mn. (11:30 a. in. Saturday.)

FALL REPORTS &HO
INCREASE INFA fCULTY

PPES!JJ-IENT SHOT

Elighteen Members Initiated Into Ad~e1phi
House Of Representatives At Ceremonies

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THURSDAY, ])OVEIIIIER.11.

Muninr 3S.

miotion~s
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Affected By 'Ncw Pro-
Ogle To Deaths~
Re(signlations

Faculty, Sclhool of Edutcation:S
The regular faculty meeting of the School of Education will be held on STAFF NOW MnaNvme ,41 ~. nRo 0,Tp~l al TOTALS 112
C. 4). Davi~s Secretary. Reports based upon the budget
a)dopted by the University for the re-
F'rench 2 - tes veler: !snuption of classes this fall in comn-'
My 3:00 o'clock French 2 will1 meet hereafter in room 305 SW.pasowihtervouye'sbd
El .+ getcr ~ indicate that the University op-.
Engineering, Architecture, Fine Arts, Studenits and Stlaff : facult inuincteose of theirnk,
The designer of the beautiful lighting effect: at the l3'anama-lPacific inl aut nldn tls ftern{
ternational Exposition, and at many other expositions Im-fore and since4 in of instifuctor or above and the grand
various parts of the world, Walter D'Arcy Ryan, will lecture Thursday No- total staff including assistants shows
vember 3 at 8 p.m. for the Jackson Engineering Society in the Recreation an increase of 82 over that of a year ;
Room of the First Methodist Church in Jackson, on West Michigan avenue, ago.i nraehscm nsieo
nearly opposite the new Consumers Power Company huilding. Mr. Ryan uses'the facraswerehacoe Unesit hadj
a great many beautiful colored lantern slides in his lecture. He is not only a h atta hr teUiest a
the international leader in spectacular lighting, bvt also an excellent speaker, 189 p)rofessors listed at the beginning
thouh sldo herd n tis artof he ounry.Allinterested are invited to of the college year 1926-27, owing to
atten. iiithisdeaths and resignations it listetd but
Attend.~gbie 180 at the beginning of theprsn
__________________session. The decrease, however, was
Prospective Teachers: more than made up by promotions
The annual meeting for enrollment with the Bureau of Appointments will that brought the number of associate
take place at 9 o'clock Saturday morning, November 5th, in the Auditorium of professors from 57 to 86.
Newberry Hall. It is very importaglt that all seniors and graduate students The gain in the number of associ-
of all schools and colleges on the Campus who expect. to enroll with the ate professorships also had its affect
Bureau this year should attend. Enrollment at this time is free but a charge upon the assistant professors who.se
of one dollar is required for late registration, ranks have dropped in number from
Hlenit R. Sliainbaugli. a 170 to 168. A number of instructors
_ were also being advanced and at the
University' Wonten (; oiig to ChIicaigo Gamne: same time ' a larger group was beingj
All women studcnts spending Sunday in Chicago are requested to returnt added which made the total number
on the special train leaving Chicago at 11:55 (Central Standard time) Sun- of instructorships increase from 273
day evening. The University requires its women students to ride in the to 308.
pullman. As a result of these changes the
B-atrice W. Johnxsoii, Adviser of Women, ( number of faculty members increased
-- - 1from 689 to 742. The university staff
Advisers' 'leau: I totaled 1120 at the beginning of the
All University women are reminded of the regular Advisers' Tea this after- present session, whereas a year ago,,
noon from 4:15 .to 5:30 at Barbour gymnasium. Girls of the Augsburger it r'eportedl 1038 as the total.
League House will be assistant hostesses. ~rc V (II 41,Avsi
Urniversity Club:4

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Adelphi Houmse of 1Rp^ e(sent ativesl
Initiited 18 new membhers ait the cere-
"monies Tuesday night-sai to be the
largest single group of initiates e ver
to be taken in at one time in thej
history of the organizatioli.
The group consist&O)f:..Parkes,
H-. Partica, K.AWillis, C. Vanderwoot,
1". 1 umbrique, J. Young, IV. Lirkant.
G. Harrison, G. Sn-mtih.W. Graham. W.
Yeagley, L. Hartwig, Ml. Schnitz, C.F
Urist. R. Ball, A. Schroeder, S. We-'
Gilliard, and Mr. Levy.
The subject for the next debate will

"e:*Resolved, that the principles of
thle Baumes Law should be extended
to other states." The members were
divide~d into three parties- Derno-
croats, Republicans, and Labor- the
latter two being those partaking in e
next week's debate. Visitors are wel-
come to attend this session.
Speeches of welcome were given by
Speaker Robert J. Gessner and by the
scretary and treasurer of the "ociety.
The nurnoses and aimb c,: t~e organ-
ization were outlined and exlai8ned.

ta~l 3'l': i- lourlot is.
Above, preswtent of Greece, who
was severely wounded recent ly when
,hot in the head.

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FOR THE
MicMian=-Chicago Football Game
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5th

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Lv. clicago 11:25 P. Jr.
Ar. Ann Arbor 7:30 A. M.
& WABASH RAILWAY

(C.T.) Nov. 5th
(E.T.) Nov. 6th

PULLMAN
Sleepers Read

SLEEPERS
f'or Occupancy

AND DAY COACHES
10:00 P. M. (ET) Nov. 4th

$8.92---ROUND.TRIP FARE--$8.9 (Railroad Fare Only)
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The second Club Night is on Friday evening, November 4th. Professor
Jesse S. Reeves will talk on South America. Club members are again urged
to bring new faculty members as guests.
Programn Committee.
chii Delta Phi:
There will be a meeting tonight at seven o'clock at Martha Cook building,
Room 204.
Will the following girls please be at Martha Cook building at eight o'clock
tonight: Frances Sackett, Sally l .nox, Helen Dancer, Elizabeth Assett, Bet-
tina Bush, and Margaret Haxton.
Chiese Students' Chiristiain Association:
A regular meeting will be held in Wesley Hall on Friday, Nov. 4, at 8:00
p.m. All Chinese students interested ar cordially invited.+
H. C. 'hang, Secretary.
FrsmnGr' leCu:Freshman Girls Glee Club will meet in School of Music auditorium at
14:30 Thursday, Nov. 3.
(Gwendolyn Zoller, President.
Christian Science Society:
The Christian Scie~Nce Society meets tonight at 7:30 in Lane Hall.
_ Alice Fouchi, Secretary.
Sigma Ganna Epsilon:
There will be a luncheon Thursday noon, November 3, at 12:15 p.m.,
which will be served in the Ladies' dining room at the Michigan Union. The1
recently elected members are invited and it is hoped that all will attend. All
members are urged to be present.
It. E. Taylor, Corresponding Secretary.
Men Students In Physical Education :
All men students enrolled in the Four-Year Course in Physical Education-
are expected to be' present at a meting to be held on Wednesday, November
9th, at 8 p.m.. in Room 20, Waterman Gymnasium. Mr. A. W. Thompson, State
Director of Physical Education will speak on the topic "Athletic Problems1
in the High Schools." All Faculty men in Physical E~ducation are invited tof
attend.
G. F. Patterson.
UNION BUTTONS ARE HERB MAL)ISON, Wis.-Horseback riding
is gaining in favor at the University
Those of the class of 1929 whio have of Wisconsin. Three years ago there
registered at the Union but have not were no student owned horses. Last
received their buttons may obtain
them at the offices now. A new ship- year six students owned them, and at
wenthasarrvedto fll he equre-present there are 10 privately owned
lenorhas arrrved tifilletheabequire
mentu of the class,.ossbadd ntesals
A trial will convince you that White Swan
Laundry methods ace the best in
Cleaning and Pressing {
White Swan Laundry CO.
Cash and Carry Branch Office, Press Building,
Opp. Maj. 7 a.m. to 8p. m.
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to place beside
Comedy Club's
"Great Citherine'
and-
"The Last Warning"
Kaufman&
Coon oilys
Comedy
glorifying
the
American
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With..
Phyllis Loughton,
C harlesLivin gstone,
William C. Bishop,
Vera Johnson,
Richard Woellhaf
Samuel Bonnell,
Harlan Cristy
and others
Tonight,
Nov. 3, 4, 5, Friday
and Saturday
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performances
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MUSIC BY
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