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October 31, 1928 - Image 8

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The Michigan Daily, 1928-10-31

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1928

be addressed to the Secretary, at 1500 Geddes Avenue, not later than
Wednesday, Nov. 7.
Helen L. Clark, Secretary
Absent Voters:
Applications for absentee voters of Michigan may be received at
302 Michigan Union today from 1:30 to 3, 4 to 5 p. m. Thursday is the
last day that applications could reasonably be mailed to their respective
precincts.
When you receive your ballot BE SURE AND FOLLOW ABSENTEE
VOTING INSTRUCTIONS EXPLICITLY. If your ballot requires a
notary's seal, this service will be provided at 302 Michigan Union,

Sigma Gamma Epsilon:
There will be a meeting Wednesdayat 7 p. m., in the Russell
Seminar room. R. J. Louge will give an illustrated talk; subject: From
the Grand Canyon to Mt. Shasta.
C. H. Riggs, Sec.
'Varsity Band:
Rehearsal will be held at Barbour Gymnasium at 7:15 tonight.
Basses, drummers, etc., may get their instruments at the band hall
at 7:00. Bring Ilinois tickets.
Gilbert Saltonstall, Manager

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Wednesday and Thursday, 1:30 to 3, 4 to 5 p. m. Please bring identifica- Chi Delta Phi:
tion sufficient to enable a notary to swear you in. Chi Delta Phi will meet tonight at 8:00 o'clock in the Betsy
L. Harvey Lodge, President Barbour Playroom.
University of Michigan Republican Club Louisa Butler, President
Alpha Nu: Michjganensian Staff:
Alpha Nu, national debating society will hold its weekly meeting, There will be a meeting of the men on the editorial and business
Tuesday, Oct. 30, in the Alpha Nu room. staffs of the Michiganensian Wednesday Wednesday at 4:00 at the
The organization will meet as an annual banquet gathering of Press Buildig.
The Society for the Advancement of Society. A light lunch will be Harry Russell, Bus. Mgr.
served.' Masonic Students:
Visitors are cordially invited. There is no charge.'Msni tdn:
Due to the fact that the first lecture of the Oratorical Association
John Webster, President is to be given on Thursday evening the renular Thursda.v meetin+ r of

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Chi Upsilon: .
There will be a meeting Thursday, November 1, at 7:15 p. m., in
Russell -Seminar, Natural Science Building.
Catherine Dawson, Secretary
Democratic Address:
Professor Sharfman of the Department of Economics will address
the Smith for President Club Wednesday evening, October 31, at 8
o'clock in the Michigan Union, Rooms 316-20.
We extend to you an invitation to be present.
Leo T. Norville, Chairman
Quadrangle:
Quadrangle will meet Wednesday evening, October 31, 8:15 p. m.,
at the Michigan Union. Speaker: Professor A. D. Moore. Topic: "The
Uncultured Engineer."
E. C. Prophet, Clerk
Phi Eta. Sigma:
The fall initiation will be held Thursday, Nov. 1, at 4 p. m., in
Room 302 of the Union. All members are urged to attend. There
will be a brief business session following the initiation, at which time
the committee on the Honor System will give a report of its program
for the coming year..

the Craftsmen Club will be held on Wednesday evening, October 31,
:923, at 7:30 p. m. Bring a brother with you.
Attendance Committee
Point System Committee:
There will be a meeting of the Point System Committee of the
Woman's League at Barbour gymnasium on Wednesday, October 31, at
4 o'clock.
Mary Alice Moore, Chairman
STUDENTS PONDER SEALED ROOM
IN BASEMENT OF ANGELL HALL

Brick dust and mortar fragments
littered the corridor in the base-
ment of Angell Hall yesterday aft-
ernoon. Those who waded through
the debris found that the source of
the muss was a jagged hole through
the wall of a small room.
But the only way to get into the
room was through this hole. There
were no doors nor even good sized
windows. Inside the room were
only two blank plaster walls, yet
the room was furnished with two
desks and a pile of old books and
papers which had been there a
long time.

And it was these furnishings in
the room that caused verdant
freshmen and allegedly staid sen-
iors to forget classes and stand in
curious groups around the debris,
Why had this room been sealed
for several years? Was Houdini
pulling his greatest trick-dividing
himself into two entities, one to
die and the other to live several
years buried alive? These were
questions pondered at the scene in
the basement of Angell Hall.
The B and G boys hinted that
one of the plaster walls was put
in just last week.

TONIGHT
COMEDY
CLUB
presents
as the opening bill
of
MIMES THEATRE
01
M
A
C
A melodrama in
four acts as pro-
duced from the
French of Sardou--
Splendidly played
by an all - campus
cast.
direction by

PHYLLIS
LOUGHTON
and
TOM DOUGALL
Tonight
through
Saturday
ALL SEATS - - 75c
Curtain at
8:15 Sharp

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use Presidents:
There will be' a meeting of the Board of Representatives Wednes-
y, October 31, at 5:00 p. m., in 110 Library.
Elizabeth Wellman, Chairman
tI
ansportation Club:
Meeting tonight postponed until next Wednesday. The club is
ekdng an inspection trip to Toledo, Ohio, Friday, November 9. Plan

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osmopolitan Club:
The firkt business meeting of the year will be held in Lane
all on Saturday, November 10, from 7 until 8 o'clock, immediately
eceding the Initiation meeting. Every member is urgently requested
be present. Any communications to come before this meeting should

HERE YOU ARE AT LAST -
THE UNIVERSITY CRUSHER
Priced within the reach of
every student.
$1.50
Three Colors
TAN GRAY FAWN
We'll be showing them today
TINKER & COMPANY
So. State St. at William St.
Serving University Men for over thirty years.

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