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THE MICHIGAN LDA 'Y .

THURSDAY,

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DAI LY OF[I CIA-L BULLETI N
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.)

Announcement of the College of Literature, SOcience, and the Arts for the CUNCANNON NAMES HOOVER, HUGHES, AND LOWVDEN
current year, and medal awards in Rhetoric, printed on page 238 of the same AS LEADING REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES NEXT FAL
announcem ent.

T. E. R1aikin.
Public Opinion (Sociology 1U):
This class will meet Thursday evening, 7 to 9, Room 104 Economics. Open
only to seniors and graduates. First meeting tonight, September 29.
L. J. Carr.

"Coolidge's renunciation, indeed one
of the greatest in history, has left an
O(nn field in the presidential race of
1928," slatel Paul M. Cuncannon, of

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Volume 8

TlWR'IS1iAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1927.

Number 9..

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'University Lecture:
Sir Philip Henry Kerr, secretary of the Rhodes Trust, will deliver an ad-
dress on the subjeect of "Present Problems of the British Emire," in the
Natural Science Auditorium, Tuesday, October 4, at 4:15 p. m. 'Tle public is
cordially invited..
Frank E. RobhIns.
l-spection Tour of University Library:
.The University Library will conduct a tour of the building on Friday
afternoon, Sept. 30, at 4 o'clock. This is planned primarily for such upper
class students as have never made a tour of the library. First year students,
who did not take the trip during*Freshman Week, may do so at this time. Meet,
in Room 110, Library Building, promptly at 4 o'clock.
Willian 'W. Bishop, Librarian.
Faculty, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
Your attention is called to the attendance report cards 'which are being
distributed through the Dean's messenger service. All instructors are asked.
to read carefully the directions on the back, and to deposit the necessary
reports in the dean's messenger boxes.
.More cards may be had at any time upon application, cither in person or
by telephone, at 1220 Angell Hall.
Mary A. Cutting, Secretary to the Asst. Dean.
Graduate Students in Public Health: Public. Health Nursing Students:
All students enrolled in the Public Health Training Courses in the Gradu-
ate School and in the Public Health Nursing Training Courses are requested
to attend a meeting to be held Thursday, September 29, 7:30 p. m. Waterman
Gymnasium, Room 2.
John Sund'ivll, M. D., Director.
School of Education:
The first regular faculty meeting for the year will be held on Monday,
October 3, at 4:15 p. m. In Room 109 Tappan Hall. A full attendance is- desired.
C. 0. Davis, Secretary.
Faculty 'Wives:
Women students of Child Psychology desire to observe (not experiment)
young children under normal conditions. They will take responsibility and
care of children afternoons free of charge in exchange for'the privilege of ob-
servation. Those interested call 8316.
Beatrice W. Johnson, Adviser of Women.
Graduate Students:
Graduate students who have not filed an election card, in the office of
the Gr'aduate School, Room 1014 Angell Hall, should do so by Saturday of
this week.
Changes in election, should be reported to the Graduate office. This
involves substitution of one course for another, dropping of courses, or adding
of courses to elections as formerly made. This is important as accurate re-
ports cannot be obtained, at the end of the semester unless courses are prop-
erly elected.
Ruth A. Rouse, Recorder.
]English 293 (Bibliography):
Students who wish to take this course will please consult with me at
1209A in Angell Hall, on Thursday afternoon, 2:00 to 4:00; or on Friday, 11:00
to 12':00, and 3:00 to 4:00.
It. C. Hutchihs.
Awards hi Rhetorie and Journalism:
The attention of students in Rhetoric and Journalism is called to informa-
tion concerning medal awards in Journalism, printed on page 65 of the Annual

the political science department, in an
Polilical cienee 291, Journal Club: ri estcriay. 'Of the two par-
''h re ill be a meeting of the Journal Club today at 3, Room 2035 Angell
Hall. 1l raduate students in the department, as well as members of the staff, t l s," he conlnued, "the Republicans
will attend Journal Club meetings, held on alternate Thursdays from 3 to 5. are not as certain of victory as they
J. S. Reeves. would be if Coolidge were to run
atain, but still appear by far the best
The Student Mathematical Society will meet Thursday, September 29, at bet."
7:30 in room 2017 Angell Hall. Profes sor Karpinski will speak on "Rare "The Ihree leading Republican can-
Mathematical Books in the University Library." All interested in mathe- cliolates will probably be, Secretary
matic - ar . invited to attend. H'lerlb rt Hoover, of the department
m of commerce; Charles E. Hughes, for-
Nadelyn C. Kingsley, Secretary. mer secretary of state and associate
jcitn is Club: oitiCC Cf the Supreme Court; and1
1eets Thursday, September 29, at 7:45 p. m. in Room 302 Michigan Union. ormer Governor Frank O. Lowden, of
Pro, F'ank I. Knight of the University of Chicago (formerly of University f' ilbirOis," he stated, with the possible
Iowa) will be the speaker. All members of the staff and graduate students com'promise canddatc being: speaker
in Economics and Business Administration are invited. Nooa Ionworih, of the house of
Z. C. Dickinson. ltpresertatives and son-in-law of the
a ,-, .a i .. .late Theodore itoosevelt; Vice-Pres-
i spanna. leut Charles . iDawes; and; and
All members are urged to be present at a short organization and business 'Chancellor Hadley of Washington
meoting tenight, rorm 202 S. W., at 7:30 o'clock. University of St. Louis, Mo."
Charles 'N. Staubac , President. "'oover has by far the best chance
of being nominated," he said. "He is
S0. T. C. niforms:he least sectional of any of the three
Tailor will be at R. 0. T. C. headquarters on Friday, September 30, to tak' leaders aluving his home on the Paci-
n asreinents 'or Advanced Course u niforms beginning at 1:00 p. m. fir 'cast and being acceptable to the
Remold Melberg.- eastern business interests. In the
Irrmiddle-west he has considerable
Ytinicsres; I' rl, an Orclestra: 1 strength, even in the dissatisfied
All 'members, who registered at tryouts Tuesday report for rehearsal I farming districts. He has the support
tonight at 7:30 in room 306 of the Michigan Union. Bring music stands.
Roy S. Langhani, Conductor. _ _ _ _ _

of Henry Ford and the enthusiastic Smith would probably be nominated
backing of the South." It is doubtful, however, if his sup-
"The big problem in politics in the port will be able to hold together un-
next eight years will be to find for- til next June, His candidacy smacks
eign markets for our surplus of too much of nulification. As Senator
agrarian and industrial products, and Borah has' well put it, 'that doctrine
to cooperate politically with other was shot to death at the Battle of the
nations in the international world," Wilderness." Smith's candidacy restS
he said. "Mr. Hoover has a better
working knowledge of the world, in- to a large degree on the assumption
eluding a greater acquaintance with tha he can carry the state of New
foreign statesmen, than any other liv- York. It is doubtful, however, if he
ing American. He is what the Chinese could really do this against a first-
on the west coast call a "can-do' man." class Republican, because it is one
"Mr. Hughes, on the other hand, is thing to carry New York for Governor
handicapped by his age, by his see- and another thing to carry it for
tional ties, by the opposition of the President."
Army and Navy crowds in the Con- "The man who really looms up ai
gress and by the general lack of en- the best bet for the Democrats, both
thusiasm for him by the politicians. as a candidate in this campaign, and
Mr. Lowden will be handicapped by, as a builder for the future is Newtou
the fact that he advocated the Haugen D. Baker of Cleveland," he continued.
bill which lacked the support of the "Baker was associated with the control
business interests. Like Hughes, he, of the government during the great
too, is an older statesman." Democratic days of the Wilson Adc
"A very considerable force in de- ministration. He was regarded by
ciding the Republican nomination President Wilson as his most brilliant
will. be Andrew W. Mellon of Pitts- helper and a brilliant campaigner. HI
burgh," said Mr. Cuncannon. "He could do much to carry the Demo-:
has succeeded Penrose as the political cratic party to victory. He is higli-
boss of the Commonwealth of Penn- minded, well educated, and situated
sylvania and as the spokesman of the in an ideal position geographically,
big business men in the national po- being from the state of Ohio. Baker
litical business." would probably prove acceptable t'
"On the Democratic. side, if the con- all the various warring elements in
vention were to be held tomorrow, Al the Democratic party."

3743 WWM

,11chig'anU nion Opera Orchestra:
Candidates for tryouts for the Michigan Union Opera Orchestra send I
name, address, phone number, class, instrument,' and record of previous ex-
perience to Roy S. Langham, 514 Thompson street, not later than Fridayof
this week. Tryouts will be announced later.
Roy S, Langham, Conductor.
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Choral Union:
Choral Union tryouts will take place Thursday, Teptember 29, from 4:00
to 5:30, in room 223 of the School of Music. Former members must fill out
applications at the School of Music.
Signed: Earl V. Moore.
Alpha Kappa Delta:
Therm will be a short executive meeting of the officers of Alpha Kappa
Delta, Thursday September 29, at 7:00 p. m., room 104 Economics Building. !
Richard C. Fuller, President.
Sgnga anmuma Epsilon:
Sigma Gamma Epsilon will hold its first .luncheon at the Union, Thurs-
day, September 29, at 12:15. All members are requested to be present. Short
business session.}
1D. Stewart, Secretary.
University of Michigan Glee Club:
Tryouts for the University of Michigan Glee Club will be continued on
Tlhursday September 29, from 4 to 5 in room 206, at the School of Music, and
7 to 8 in room 308, Michigan Union, and Friday at the same hours.
Franklyn D. Burger, Manager.

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