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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

TUESDAY,

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ILY OFICIAL BLEI
ation in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
e University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi-
until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1928

No. 26

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Play Reading Section: Political Address:
The Play Reading Section of the Faculty Women's Club will meet Prof. Brown of the Political Science department will speak on the
on Tuesday, October 23, at 2:30 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. U. B. personal side of Herbert Hoover at an informal meeting of the Repub-
Phillips, 1954 Cambridge Road. Mrs. John Sundwall and -Mrs. A. D. lican Club Wednesday, October 24, in Rooms 316-20, Michigan Union.
Moore will act as assistant hostesses. Prof. Brown was a member of Hoover's staff during the war.
Mrs. W. V. Marshall A cordial invitation is extended to all regardless of political affilia-
tion.
Aeronautical Society: L. Harvey Lodge, President, Republican club
There will be a meeting of the Aeronautical Society on Tuesday, Martin Mol, Executive Vice President
October 23, at 7:30 p. m. in Room 348 West Engineering Building.
Business matter will be settled. Mr. Robert Evans, who has recently Class Speedball:
returned from a trip to Germany, will speak on the development of All men interested in playing class speedball are urgently requested
gliders in Europe. All members of the Society are requested to be to leave their names at the intramural office as soon as possible. This'
present. Everybody is cordially invited. is a very good opportunity for independents to learn the game.
W. E. Koneczny, President J. E. Arsulowicz, Speedball Mgr.

iversity Lectures:
Dr. W. H. Hatfield, who is associated with the Brown-Firth Re-
arch Laboratories, Sheffield, England, will deliver two lectures Friday,
tober 26, at 4:00 p. m., and 8:00 p. m., respectively, in Room 1042 East
igineering Building. The first lecture will be on the subject "Rust
d Acid-Resisting Steels" and the second on "The Application of
ience to the Steel Industry." The lectures are under the joint aus-
ces ofthe University and the Detroit Chapter of the American Society
r Steel Treating. The public .is cordially invited.
Frank E. Robbins
niversity Lecture:
Dr. S. G. Morley of the Carnegie Institution of Washington, will
eak on "The 1928 Carnegie Archoeological field season in Yucatan,"
iursday, October 25, 4:15 p. ,n., in the Natural Science Auditorium.
ie public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins
-aduate Students:
Graduate students who elected History 131 under Mr. Kaltchas
ould call at his office, 1014 Angell Hall, to receive advice as to
oper change of elections.'
Ruth A. Rouse, Recorder.
ology 32 (Heredity):
Absentees from the examination last June will take a supplemren--
ry examination on Saturday, October 27, at 9 a. m., in Room 3089,
,tural Science Building.
A. Franklin Shull
litical Science 31:
A one hour examination for all students in this course will be given
tober 24 at 4 o'clock in the following rooms:
Mr. Maddox's sections in room 1035.
Mr. Phillips' sections in room 25.
Mr. Calderwood's sections in room 25.
Mr. Preuss' sections in room 1025.
Mr. Cuncannon's sections in room 1025.
Mr. Pollock's sections in room 1025.
James K. Pollock, Jr.-
niors:
It is imperative that you make your Michiganensian picture ap-
intment immediately. The business office on the second floor of
e Press building is open every afternoon from 1 to 5, and upon pay-
ant here of $3.00 you are in a position to make your appointments,
th any one of the four official photographers, namely, Dey, Randall,
ntschler, or Spedding. $2.00 of this amount will be allowed by the
otographers on any private order which may be given before Christ-
as. Act now, and get a convenient appointment.
Thomas Thomas,'Managing Editor
phomore Engineer Class Meeting to Elect Officers:
A class meeting will be held on Thursday, October 25, at 11:00 a. m.
Room 348 West Engineering building for the election of officers.
R. T. Liddicoat
echanical, Automotive and Aeronautical Engineers:
You are invited to meet with the officers of the Student Branch
the American Society of Mechanical Engineers on Tuesday, October
at 7:30 p. in., in Room 229 West Engineering Building, for informa-
n concerning membership and activities for the year.
Jack Gray
Lander:
There is to be an Inlander staff meeting of the editors Wednesday
ening, at 7:15 in room 406 of the Library.
Harold M. Silverman
ysics Colloquium:
Dr. W. W. Sleator will speak on "Sommerfeld's Theory of Metallic
induction" at 4:15 p. m., Tuesday, October 23, in room 1041. All
terested are cordially invited.
W. F. Colby

Geological and Geographical Journal Club:
There will be a meeting in Room 4054 N. S. at 7:30 p. m. on Thurs-
day, October 25. Professor W. H. Hobbs will talk informally on
"Flight Possibilities betweenrAmerica and Europe." All interested are
cordially invited to attend.
E. N. Goddard, Secretary

I1 Circolo Italiano:

There will be a meeting of the Circolo Wednesday, October 24, in
Lane Hall at 7:30 p. m. All new members will be initiated. Old members
are requested to be present. Refreshments will be served..
Helen Latting, President
Amateur Photographers:
Play Production offers interesting opportunity to amateur pho-
tographers. Apply at Play Production office U. H. Aud.
V. B. Windt
Pi Lambda Theta:
There will be an important meeting of' Pi Lambda Theta in the
W. A. A. Lounge at Palmer Field house at 7:30 tonight. It is necessary
that every member be present.
Bernice McHale, President
Adelphi House of Representatives:
The, following men will report at the Adelphi room at 7:30 o'clock
tonight for initiation: Maurice P. Moyer, Victor Rabinowitz, R. Dean
Schick, Evan Reed, John P. Diehl, John Billheimer, and J. Edmund
Glavin.'
The topic for discussion tonight will be "Resolved, that social
sororities and fraternities should be abolished from this campus." Visi-
tors are invited to the open ofrum.
Lawrence Hartwig, Clerk
Alpha Nu:
The regular meeting of Alpha Nu, national debating society of
Kappa Phi Sigma will be held Tuesday, October 23, in the Alpha Nu
room on the fourth floor of Angell Hall.
The program will be a consideration of the status of the Republican
and Democratic parties at the present date. Representatives of both
the Republican and Democratic Clubs of the University will be present.
Visitors are cordially invited.
John Webster, Pres.
Scabbard and Blade:
The first monthly Scabbard and Blade dinner will be held Wed-
nesday, October 24, at 6:00 in the Union. All alumni, active, honorary,f
and associate members of this and other chapters are cordially invited
to attend.
C. E. Staff
Reserve Band:
There will be no rehearsal tonight. This week's rehearsal will be
held Friday evening (Oct. 26) at 7:15 'at Morris Hall.
Nicholas D. Falcone, Director
Michigan Voters:
Applications for Absentee Voters Ballots for the State of Michigan
may be obtained at Room 302 Michigan Union Tuesday, October 23,
from 2 to 5 p. m.
L. Harvey Lodge, President, Republican club
Martin Mol, Executive Vice President
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Garden Section: Faculty Women's Club:
The Garden Section will meet at the home of Mrs. C. V. Weller,
1130 Fairoaks Parkway, on Wednesday, October 24, at 3 o'clock. Pro-
fessor A. H. Lovell will speak on European gardens.
Dora S. Dice, Secretary
Democrats:
All Democratic Absent Voters are requested to register at the dask
in front corridor of Angell Hall from 8 to 5, today only. Please give
this your attention at once.
Dwight L. Solomon,
Chairman, Absent Voters Com., Smith-for-President club
Psychology 34, 36, 38:
Those absent from the final last June will be examined in Room
3126, N. S. Wednesday, October 24, at 2 p. m.
W. B. Pillsbury
Psychology 42, Psychology of Abnormal:
An examination for those absent from the final last June will be
given in room 3126, Wednesday, October 24, at 2 p. m.
W. B. Pillsbury
Mail addressed to the following Arnold Appleford
persons is on hand undeliverable Martin Baldwin
at the General Delivery window, L. V. Batten
main Post Office, and may be Martin Becker
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October 27th. Mary Alice Brown
Wilhelm Aajaard Geo. H. Brown
Eleanor Abbott Florence Brittian
Carroll P. Adams L. Burton
Betty Adland Wagnan Bywaters
C. P. Altman Luther Carpenter
Hurst R. Anderson Chin Chang
'Walter B. Angell R. G. Clarkson

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Omer Curtis, Jr.
Elizabeth Blake Dennen
Marguerite Doose
August Dooval
William M. Duckmitz
Katherine Everett
Harold F. Falls
Jas. Fishback
Sylvia Francis Fox
Jos. Furtek
Joe Galloway
Alvar Ginman
Henry Kohoe
Ross Kitzmiller
PeterfKoenig
Robert W. Leslie
John Douglas Lieth
Jim Lowther
Archie McAlpin
Katheryn McCann
William McCord
Emma McKay
J. W. McMeen, Jr.
Samuel B. Malin
Sopine Mattalage
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Robert JessPatton
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