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E. corner Yost Field House 8-9 p. m. daily. One examination will Woods, Stuart Ross; Chopin: Lithuanian Song, Jean Paul Kursteiner:
suffice for the whole year. Invocation to Eros, Sadero: Lullaby, Frank La Forge: Song of the
The first regular meeting will be held Tuesday, October 9, at 7:30
p. M., in Room 303 Chemistry Building. Walter H. Blome, Chief Phar-
macist for Frederick Stearns and Company, will address the Club on
"The Influence of Pharmacy on the Development of Chemistry." All
pharmacy students and others interested are invited to attend.
Fred H. Weinmann, President
Regular meeting will be held Tuesday, October 9, at 8 p. m., in
Room 3201 Angell Hall. Election of officers. Professor Anning will
address the Club on the topic "Fusion and Confusion in Elementary
Mathematics." All persons interested are cordially invited.
Women's Research Club:
The annual meeting of the Women's Research Club, with election
of officers, will be held Tuesday, October 9, at 7:30 p. in., in Room
2116 Natural Science Building. A full attendance is desired.
Faith P. Hadley, Secretary
Men's Education Club:
The first meeting of the Men's Education Club will be held at 7:30
l Monday evening, October 8, in Room 302 of the Union. All graduated
and undergraduate men interested in education are cordially-invited.
Professors Edmonson and Schorling will speak.
A. B. Elliott
There will be a very important meeting on Tuesday, October 9, at
7:30 p. m., in Room 348 West Engineering Building. Vote on new
constitution will be taken, also election of officers. All men and women
students on the campus interested in becoming members are asked
to attend the meeting.
R. C. Blaylock
Chemical Engineering Seminar:
Mr. John W. Schultz will be the speaker at the Seminar meeting
on Monday, October 8th, at 4 o'clock in room 3201 East Engineering
Building, on the subject, "The Calculation of Latent Heats of Vapori-
zation by a Graphical Method."
Alfred H. White
l Economics Club:
Social meeting at the Michigan Union Room 306, at 7:45 p. m. Mon-
day, October 8. All members of the staff and all graduate students en-
rolled in Economics and Business Administration are cordially invited
to be present.
The Engineering Council:
There will be a meeting of all members Tuesday, Oct. 9, at 7:30 p.
m., at the Michigan Union.f
B. M. Cain, Acting Chairman
Choral Union Concert Tickets:
Beginning Monday morning at 8:30 o'clock all season Choral Union
Tickets remaining will be broken up for sale for individual1 concerts at
$1.50, $2.00, and $3.00 each.
Charles A. Sink
Choral Union Concert Goers:
To avoid confusion Choral Union concert goers are respectfully re-
quested to observe the following simple requests.
Concerts' will begin at 8:15 o'clock sharp. The public is urged
to come sufficiently early in order that all may be comfortably seated
at this hour, as the doors will be closed during numbers.
Please detach from season tickets before leaving home, and present
for admission only the coupon No. 1 marked "Rosa Ponselle", etc.
On the nights of Choral Concerts parking will be prohibited on
North University Avenue in front of the Auditorium. Taxis and auto-
mobiles may unload and load at both the Thayer Street and Ingalls
Street side entrances. City buses will park on North University Avenue
east of the Auditorium, while interurban buses will park on the old
street car tracks between the Auditorium and the Gymnasium.
Holders of stage seats will enter on the main floor, going up either
side aisle and passing through the doors at the foot of these aisles
and then on to the stage. Stage tickets will not be good, for obvious
reasons, after 8:00 o'clock.
Charles A. Sink
Palmer Christian, University Organist, will give the following pro-
gram in Hill Auditorium, Wednesday afternoon, at 4:15 o'clock. The
general public, with the exception of small children, is cordially invited
to attend. No admission charge. Dubois: Fantasie Triumphale; Wag-
ner: Prelude to Lohengrin; Ferrata: Scherzino; Guilmant: Adagio,
Choral and Fugue, Sonata V; Novak: In the Church (Slovak Suite)
Brewer: An Autumn Sketch; Debussy-Christian: Reverie; Mailly: Toc-
Charles A. Sink
Rosa Ponselle Concert Program:
Rosa Ponselle, assisted by Stuart Ross, pianist, will give the follow-
ing program in the Choral Union concert series in Hill Auditorium,
Wednesday evening, at 8:15 o'clock, sharp. The public is requested to be
seated promptly on time as the doors will be closed during numbers.
Ponchielli: Aria: "Suicidio, in questi fieri momenti" (From the
opera La Gioconda) Rosa Ponselle; Giulio Caccini: Amarilli imia Bella,
G. Paisiello: Chi vuol la Zingarella, Schumann: Stille Thranen, Felix
Fourdrain: Chanson Norvegienne, Rosa' Ponselle; Piano solos: Arranged
by Stuart Ross: Theme and Variations of Corelli, Schubert: Ballet
Music from Rosamunde, Granados: Spanish Dance, Stuart Ross; Verdi:
Aria "Cavatina" (T'was night and all around was still) (From the opera'
Il Trovatore) Rosa Ponselle; Strauss-Schutt: Waltz-Tales of he Vienna
Charles A. Sink
Freshman Spread Committee:
There will be a meeting of the Freshman Spread Committee Tues-
day, October 9, at 4 o'clock, in the parlor of Barbour Gymnasium.
Eleanor Cook, Chairman, Freshman Spread
Adelphi Tryout Speeches:
Tuesday evening the following will give tryout talks: (Messrs.
Bigg, Brown, Glavin, LaTocha, Moyer, Reich, Schamman, Stern, and
Weiss. Tryouts will occupy the open session after which the house
will convene in an important business session and all members should
attend. Freshmen are welcomed in the open meeting at 7:30, 4203
Robert H. Lloyd, Speaker
Business Administration Club:
Dean Griffin will address a Student-Faculty Smoker to be given
at the Michigan Union on Tuesday, October 9, 1928, at 8 o'clock, under
the auspices of The Business Administration Club. All those interested
are invited t attend.
Scalp and Blade Men:
Meeting Sunday, 2:30 p. m., at the Michigan Union. Important
business makes it imperative that every member be. present.
R. H. Lloyd, Acting Sec'y
Tau Beta Pi:
The first meeting of the year will be held Tuesday, October 8, at
6 o'clock, in the Michigan Union.
W. R. Hough, Recording Secretary
Chi Delta Phi:
Tryout manuscripts for Chi Delta Phi, national honorary literary
sorority, must be placed in the club's box in Barbour Gymnasium on
or before Monday, Oct. 22.
Louisa Butler, President
'Varsity Glee Club:
There will be a rehearsal Monday, Oct. 8, at 7:00 in room 308 Union.
All old -members as well as the new men are expected to be present
as the rehearsal is in preparation for our Detroit concert.
Herbert J. Palmer, Mgr.
Choral Union Ushers:
The following men shall report to Mr. W. D. Harbaugh in office
of Hill Auditorium Monday, from 5 to 5:30 p. m.
H. H. Brueckner, Leonard Himler, Carl E. Moore, H. J. Wassink,
D. L. Katz, D. J. Fuller, J. C. Hegenaver, M. B. Taliak, Charles Newman,
Warren Newman, Robert French.
Ushers assigned for Main Floor and Second Balcony will appear
W. A. Davenport, (Phone 7987)
Choral Union Ushers:
The following men shall report to Mr. T. V. Roykka in Room 206,
Tappan Hall, from 5 to 5:30 p. m.
Ushers For First Balcony
E. G. Almy, Aubrey Banquer, Arthur O. Borg, .H. L. Brumbaugh,
William B. Clark, William DeHaan, Stanley Dimond, John S. Congo,
Henry Ferris, Edwin F. Forbes, Harper Fowley, Martin B. Frissel, Carl
Hammer, Manly K. Hunt, Louis Levine, Elmer P. Lorenz, J. Foster Moore,
Harry Moore, Alvin Nielson, C. A. Patterson, Robert L. Quinn, A. W.
Reanley, Robert Ralston, Claude D. Reynolds Raymond shilling, Dwight
Solomon, Franklin Southard, Rollin Smith, Herbert Varnum, John Ver
Duin, Karl Weier, Fred Wickham, Verle Witham, George A. Wulp, Harry
W. A. Davenport
The following men shall report to Mr. C. P. Teeple in Room 4302
East Engineering Building on Monday between 5 and 6 p. m.
Robert C. Adams, Jr., Lloyd W. Bartlett, H. Brunsting, J. S. Donal
Rollin P. Fiero, Frank J. Gimski, Clinton Kelsey, Everett Kuizema, Hugh.
Mahoney, Kingsley G. Moore, R. F. Outcaly, Harry A. Reed, Gerald N.
Rein, Henry Rottschafer, Samuel Steinbach, A. A. Stewart, 0. B. Shafer,
W. E. Sicha, Dale Thomas, Wells Thoms.
Book Shelf and Stage Section-Faculty Women's Club:
The book shelf and stage section of the Faculty Women's Club will
meet with Mrs. J. M. Cork, 2034 State Street, on Tuesday, October 9,
at 2:45 p. m.
Mrs. R. D. T. Hollister
There will be a staff meeting of the Inlander in Room 406 Library,
Monday, October 8, at 7 o'clock.
Harold M. Silverman
A. S. M. E.:
There will be a meeting on Tuesday, October 9, at 7:30 p. m., in the
Engineering Society Rooms.
Alpha Nu debating society of Kappa Phi Sigma will hold its regular
meeting Tuesday, October 9, in the Alpha Nu room on the fourth floor
of Angell Hall.
The- program is an open forum upon the subject: A Great Man
Whose Life and Thought is Worth Pointing Out. Visitors are welcome.
Freshmen interested in debating and public speaking affiliations are
John Webster, President
Varsity Matmen Train
In Intramural Building
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runnerup in his class in the Olymp-
ic games at Amsterdam last sum-
mer, is recovering from an illness.
However, it is expected that he will
be able to compete this season.
Elliott, another 125-pound wrest-
ler, will also be on hand.
With veterans lacking in five
weight divisions, Coach Keen is
desirous of securing a large squad
from which to choose his team.
Most of these will be drawn from
the freshman team and competi-
tors in the all-campus tourney last
year. Bob George, star heavy-
weight and runnerup in that class
at the 1928 Olympic games, will not
be available until' next semester.,
Michigan experienced a success-
ful season in wrestling last season,
losing only one meet. Illinois de-
feated the Wolverines for the Con-
ference title in the finalbout by a
12-9 score. I Hewitt captured in-
dividual honors in the Big Ten,
when he defeated all his opponents
in the 115-pound division.
(By Associated Press)
BUCHAREST, Oct. 6-Princess
Ileana today became a qualified
navigator. The Princess, who tour-
ed the United States with her mo-
ther, Queen Marie, and her broth-
er, Prince Nicholas,wasrsuccessful
in oral, written and practical -ex-
aminations for navy navigators.
The admiralty has already brevet-
ed her as "First Helmsman of the
Gil Draws Up Bill
To Free Prisoners
(By Associated Press)
MEXICO CITY, Oct. 6-Portes
Gil, president-elect, has drawn up
a bill granting freedom to numer-
ous military and civil prisoners on
November 30, the date when Pres-
ident Calles' term ends and Senor
Gil takes over the presidency. The
measure will be sent to the Cham-
ber of Deputies for approval.
As Astronomy Fund
To Honor Wheeler
Announcement of a new fellow-
ship or publication fund of $15,000,
to be named after Orlando B.
Wheeler, '62, was made yesterday
by Prof. Ralph H. Curtiss of the
Astronomy department. The inter-
est from the money will be used
either for a local astronomical pub-
lication or for research fellowships,
the decision to lie with the head of
the University astronomical observ-
atory, Professor Curtiss said.
,The money is given by Mrs.
Wheeler who is now living in Alta-
dena, Cal. For several years, Or-
lando Wheeler was a member of
the astronomy staff under Dr. Jas.
C. Watson, who was director of the
observatory from 1863 to 1879. He
received his A. B. and B. S. in 1862,
and his M. S. and M. A. in 1865.
Union Will Compile
Directory Of Rooms
Ann Arbor householders who will
have rooms for rent during foot-
ball week-ends this fall, are asked
to call the Union, telephone 4151,
between 3 and 5 o'clock any after-
noon and list them with the re-
The Union reception committee
is compiling a directory for the
use of visitors who will spend week-
ends in Ann Arbor during the foot-
ball season. This directory, as pre-
pared now, will be kept for all the
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