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bers-of the Cosmopolitan Club in its first social evening to be held Saturday,
Sept. 24, at 8 p. m. in Lane Hall Auditorium.
Invitations have been mailed to old members and to all new foreign' stu-
dents on the Campus. Those who have not received invitations are kindly re-
quested to leave their names and addresses at Lane Hall. Also to consider
this official announcement as a cordial invitation to them. All other students
and faculty who are interested in the Club are cordially invited.
Maja F. Howrani, President.
To All Masonic Students:
The Craftsmen Club will hold its annual smoker tonight, Saturday, Sep.
tember 24 at 8:00, in room 16, on the third floor of the Michigan Union.
W. K. Friend, President.
Chinese Students' Club:
The social meeting will be held in Wesley Hall tonight at 7:30.
FIgrence Chen, Secretary.

ersity Library, Sunday Opening:
the main reading and periodical rooms only are open on Sunday. The
s are 2 to 9 p. m. Books shelved Iin other parts of the Library Building
be put on reference in the main reading room for Sunday use on appli-?
n Saturday evening at the desk from which they may ordinarly be drawn.
Phis does not apply to books shelved in buildings other than the Library.
books in the Departmental Libraries may be drawn for home use over
ay during the last hour the Departmental Library is open, on Saturday.
Wilhami W. Bishop, Librarian.

J. A. Bursley. Dean.
Eligibility lists must be subuiitted Mine lyto the office of the Dean
of Students, Room 2, University Hall, by all u.societies, organizations,
and publications:
No student shall take part in any pub during his. first year of
residence in the University except by sion of "the Senate Com-
mittee on Student Affairs. During th ester of residence such
special permission will not be granted t 11 the rank of freshman,
but may be granted to other first-year sVioed their work in the
institution from which they came meet t eqj i ements of the Eligibility
Committee. Special permission may alsoe kated to freshmen during their
second semester of residence provided th - hate pleted one full semester's
work (fifteen hours or more) with at leas,;ne inrk of A or B and with marks
of not less than C in the balance of their woirf. T~llis shall not include such stu-
dents without conditions and otherwise ip. good standing, from participating
in the public activities of their class.
J. A. Bursiey, Dean.
Entering Upperclasswomien:
All enturing upperclasswomen are invited to attend the Women's League
party to be he, from 8:30 to 11:30 tonight in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall.
Josepjine Norton.
Junious and Seulop, School lEdeation:
Do not forget the annual presentatluji party given by the Seniors to the
Junior Class at the Uniyersity High School Saturday evening.,
S. A. Curtis.
Ann Arbor Art Association:
The opening exhibition of the year 1927-1928 consists of a group of Euro-]
pean and Americn paintings of the 'ate nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
These canvasses are selected from the permanent collection of the Detroit
Institute of Arts. The exhibition is open afterinoon's through Sunday, Sep-
tember 25.
Bruce 31. Donaldson, President.
University Scholarships {
Students of the Literary College who desire to become applicants for a
University Scholarship (value $200.00) should apply at once to the Dean's
Secretary, Room 1012 A. I1., for an application blank, to be filled out andf
returned not later than October 8.
" ' H. P. Thieme, Chairman, Scholarship Committee.
English 144:
Courses in Play Construction (English 144) will meet henceforth in the.
Journalism I-ibrary (Room 301 W. Med Bldg.) instead of in Room 2215 A. H.
as previously announced. In future the hour of meeting will be 7 p. m. on
Tuesday of each week.
Donal Hamilton Haines.
Eero 16
The course in Air Transportation (Aero 16) has been postponed till the
second semester.
L. V. Kerber.
Zoology 1, Make Up Examinations:
Those students who were absent from the final examination in Zoology
1, last semester, mrly take a make-up examination on Saturday, October 15,
at 9 o'clock. The examination will be given in Room 3089 Natural Science

Thinks Government Should Not Lower
Rates For Maintaining Federal Prisoners
Comnmentitng on the instructions tftat January 1
the Federal judges of Detroit received Capt. Edwin Denniston, superinten-
recently from the Department of Jus- dent of the city prison, announced that
tice at' *ashington forbidding the usehe had received no official notice of
the Department's decision but was
of the betroit house of correction as a aware that the Federal government
penitentiary for local prisoners be- objected to the high cost of keeping
cause of the cost, Prof. Arthur, E. prisoners there. He also stated that
Wood, of the sociology department, no dropping off of the federal prison-
stated that he did not think it an ad- ers has been noticed since the ques-
mirable activity to reduce the rates tion of rates was raised. "If the gov-
allowed for maintaining prisoners. ernment wishes its prisoners to re-
The reason given by the Department main idle with the improper food and
of Justice for the issue was the high quarters it will send them to county
cost of maintaining federal prisoners jails to save the funds," Superinten-
in the Detroit house of correction. A dent Denniston said. He further stated
short time ago the per capita charge that his department was looked on fav-
for such 'prisoners was raised from orably by the officials at Washington
$1 to $1.25 per ;day by the house of and that federal prisoners were sent
correction board and became effective to them from as far as Denver.
IN COMING YEAR Some steps to discipline those enter-

(By Associated Press)
VIENNA, Austria.-With the second
four-year term of President Michael
Hainish drawing to a close, the re-
public of Austria is looking over its
presidential timber for a -.an to fill
his shoes. So far it is anybody's race.
In contrast with the old -days of the
Austro-Hungarian empire, every citi-
zen, male or female, over 21 years of
age has a vote now. The voters will
put into office in the general election
of November, 1928, a new national as-
sembly which will nominate the third
president of the republic. The con-
stitution of 1920 does not permit a
third term for Austrian presidents.
Dr. Ilainisch is 69 years of age, De-
voted to his aged mother, who is in
her ninety-first year, the president in-
variably receives his guests, no matter
who they may be, with his mother by
his side. He is the author of a num-
, ber of texts on political science, social
science, economy, agriculture and law.
The executive is the owner of a model
farm and dairy, and is proud of his
distinction as a "dirt farmer."
(By Associated Press.)
PARIS, Sept. 23.-Several foreign
countries/ will join this year in the
observation of education week, in-
augurated in the United States several
years ago by the Americanism com-
mission of the American Legion.
Howard P. Savage, national command-
er, announced today.
Education week will be observeu
Nov. 7 to 13, and extension of the
effort to foreign countries is brought
aboue by cooperation of the FIDAC,
interallied veterans' federation.
In its report to the Legion con-
vention in Paris, made public _o-
day, the Americanism commission re-
counts progress in flag education "the
greatest weapon against communism.'
Interest of the group .in adult educa-
tion and Americanism has manifested
itself, the report says, in eforts to ob-
tain state legislation providipg for
education of aliens and illiterate
adults, and in development of a defin-
ite plan for Americanism by commu-
Prominent among the speakers at
the convention of the association of
American medical colleges, to be held
on Oct. 24, 25, and 26 in 'Montreal,
will be Dean Hugh Cabot of the
medical school. Dean Cabot is
scheduled to address a gathering at the
first day's session on the subject of
"Extramural Clinical Teaching."

Frayer yesterday. Definite action can- __
not be taken, Prof. Frayer explained, NEBRASKA-More than 65 new in-
until a final check has been made of structors have been added to the
the attendance " and interest sheeto Facarty this year.
kept by the advisors, though the worst
offenders face almost certain proba- I A E
It is possible that some system of NOW
personal interviews will be undertak-
en in dealing with the cases, and pos- "SIX 8i(O0TIN' RIIOMANCE"
sible also that those who showed the Its a Semi-Western
finest interest during the week will
also be interviewed. Next Iues.-Wed.
' Mrs. Robert Desmond has been ap- L Chancy
pointed an associate editor of the In
Michigan Alumnus to take the place "THE UNKNOWN"
of Miss Dorothy M. Bennetts. Miss Kiddies and Freshmen 10c,.
Bennetts was married last June to Adults 25c.
Marion B. Stah, '23, who was former-
ly a managing editor of The Michigan jIW A

versity Plays, Tryouts:
A general rne ting for all students interested in dramatics is called for
m. Monday, September 26, University Hall Auditorium. Tryouts daily at 4.
Earl E. Fleischman.
iedy Club:
There will be an important me'ting of Comedy Club Monday, September
at 3:00 p m. in Room 203 U. H. Al: members are urgently requested to be

mopo-litan Club:
President Cl;rence Cook Little will give the welcome address to the mpm-

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