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DAILY

'T'UESDAY, NOVEMBER G, 1928

.DA.LY. TU.S.....NOVEMBER--,-1---

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versity Lecture:
Doctor Frank G. Boudreau, Assistant Medical Director of the League
rations Health Committee, will give a lecture on "The Work of the
Ith Organization of the League of Nations-An Experiment in Inter-
onal Collaboration" Friday, November 9, at 4:15 p. m. in the West
ical Amphitheater. The public is cordially invited.

Fraternities giving parties on Saturday nights following football
games are reminded that the reports for these dances must be filed with
the office of the Dean of Students not later than the Tuesday following
the dance. Fraternities failing to comply with this regulation will
be liable to discipline.
J. A. Bursley, Chairman Committee on Student Affairs
Prospective Teachers:
All students who were unable to attend the enrollment meeting
on Friday, or who were unable to secure appointment slips, please
call at the office for an appointment-102 Tappan Hall-from 9:00 to
12:00 a. m. or 2:00 to 4:00 p. m. Monday or Tuesday. The office is
open for free registration Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday,
after which a late enrollment fee will be charged.
Hellen R. Shambaugh
Graduate Students and Staff-Department of Romance Languages:
You are cordially invited to be present at the regular meeting of
the Romance Club in Circle Room, 408 R. L., Wednesday, November 7,
at 4:10 p. m. H. Hootkins and J. del Toro will present brief reports.
A. G. Canfield will read the main paper "Some Recent Balzaciana."
Warner F. Patterson
University Women:
Girls going to the Navy game are requested to file letters of
permission from their parents in the Office of Advisers before Thurs-
day noon.
Alice C. Lloyd
All House Presidents:
Copies of the revised House Rules were sent out from the League
office Saturday. When the signing out slips for November are checked,
it will be considered that the revised rules are in effect today. Please
post the copies, and see that they are carfully read.
Elizabeth Wellman,
Chairman, Board of Representatives .
Men Physical Education Students:
Mr. Maurice Willows, field representative for the National Recrea-
tion School, will be in Room 6, Waterman Gym, Nov. 8, 9, and 10.
He is particularly desirous to see Seniors who are interested in the
community recreation field, or the National Recreation School.
E. D. Mitchell, Director of Intramural
Sports
Women's Educational Club:
There will be a meeting of the Women's Educational Club on Wed-
nesday, November 7, at 4:00 o'clock at the Women's Field House. All
girls interested in teaching are urged to attend. Tea will be served.
HFelyen R. Shambaugh
Faculty Sponsor

Physics Colloquium:
Professor George Y. Rainich of the Mathematics Department will
speak on "Relativity and Radiation" at 4:15, Tuesday, November 6, in
room 1041, East Physics Building. All interested are cordially invited.
W. F. Colby
Comedy Club:
There will be a meeting of Comedy Club Tuesday, November 6,
at 5 p. m., in 203 U. H. It is particularly important that all members
of the cast of "Diplomacy be present.
Thurston Thieme, President
Naval Aviation:
The class meeting which was postponed from Oct. 30, 1928, will
be held this evening at 7:15 p. m. The entire lecture will be devoted
to Structure and Rigging and Theory of Flight.
C. M. Ellicock
R. O. T. C.:
Beginning Monday, November 5, drill sections will meet on Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 3-5 for out door drill.
Sections will assemble in the drill hall. Each R. O. T. C. student will
l elect one of these sections and will report accordingly. All drill sec-
tions as previously scheduled are discontinued.
Reinold Melberg
Twilight Organ Recital:
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 invited to
attend. No admission charge.
Maquaire: Symphony I-Allegro, Andante; Jepson: Pantomime;
Corelli (1653-1713) Prelude; Buxtehude (1637-1707) Fugue in C; Franck:
Piece Heroque; Strawinsky: Berceuse, Finale-"L'oiseau de Feu."
Charles A. Sink
Notice to Matinee Musicale Ticket Holders:
If you are unable to make use of your tickets for tonight's concert,
kindly notify the Box Office of Mimes Theater between 4 and 8 o'clock
today. Any tickets that are returned will be given to students of the
University School of Music and to persons who would otherwise be
unable to attend the concert.
Mrs. Hugh Cabot, Membership Chairman
Matinee Musicale:
Thee Arthur Hartmann String Quartet, assisted by Silvio Scionti,
pianist, will present the following program of chamber music at the
opening concert of the Matinee Musicale course in Mimes Theater this
evening:t
Quartet, B Flat Major, Opus 18, No. 6................Beethoven
Quartet, G Minor, Opus 10, No. 10 .................... Debussey
Mrs. Rene Talamon,
President Matinee Musicale
Reserve Band:
Rehearsal tonight at 7:15 o'clock at Morris Hall.
Nicholas D. Falcone, Director
Michigan Dames:,
The Michigan Dames Club will entertain their husbands at a pot-
luck dinner party at 6:15 Tuesday, October 30, at Barbour Gymnasium.
All married studlents and their wives are invited to attend. For further
information and reservation, call Mrs. A. J. Good at 22200.
Mrs. C. W. Ferris, President
Scabbard and Blade:
There will be a regular meeting Wednesday, November 7, at 7:30
in the Union.
C. E. Staff
Alpha Nu:
Alpha Nu, national debating society will hold its weekly meeting,
Tuesday, Oct. 30, in the Alpha Nu room.
The organization will meet as an annual banquet gathering of
TheSociety for the Advancement of Society. A light lunch will be
served.
Visitors are cordially invited. There is no charge.
John Webster, President
Gargoyle Editorial Staff and Tryouts:
There will be a meeting of the Gargoyle editorial staff and tryouts
today at four o'clock.
Philip M. Crane, Editor
Play Reading Section:
The Play Reading Section of the Faculty Women's Club will meet
this afternoon with Mrs~\ F. R. Finch, 1619 South University, at 2:30
o'clock. Mrs. N. Fiske and Mrs. K. C. McMurry will act a sassistant
hostesses.
Mrs. W. V. Marshall
Portia Literary Society:
There will be a regular meeting Tuesday, November 6, at 7:30 p. m.
4th floor Angell Hall. Please bring your dues.
Nellie C. Becker, Pres.

Supporters Of Al Smith Are Enrolled
In Colleges Of Oxford And Heidelberg IAlliUf NIUUL
By Dug cents in American money. Of a A
Do students at the University off meal costing seventy-five cents ap- DI901 OF TICKES
Michigan sport with John Barley- proximately two-thirds is spent for
corn? Compared with European beer.
schools the answer is no! Amer- I The German students bind them- Michigan's Allotment Of Navy
ican students have no where near selves together in fraternities Game Pasteboards Is Sold Out
the facilities that Oxford students called verbindung, which are main- Says Manager
have. For example. Queen's col- I ly dueling societies. He does not
lege at Oxford has its own brewery live in a fraternity house, however, LOCAL ALLOTMENT IS 4000
where students have their own beer but lives about the town, frequent-
brewed for them. And still Ox- ing the numerous saloons of the All of the Michigan allotment of
ford is noted for its learning, vicinity. Here he buys not only 4,000 tickets for the Navy-Michi-
That's a good advertisement for beer but also wine, which is usual- gan game, next Saturday, have
Milwaukee's ex-industry. ly of a superior value to the Eng- been disposed of, it was announced
At Oxford students drink in their lish. late yesterday afternoon by Harry
own rooms, in the dormitories and On the whole the German stu- A. Tillotson business manager of
out, tutors there or not. Beer is dent probably drinks more than the the Athletic association. However,
the most common drink, although English. The question is: Does i tickets may still be purchased at
whiskey and soda or brandy and affect him more or less. Baltimore, where the intersectional
soda are also tried occasionally. . clash will be staged.
However, drinks of this sort the American Cities Are This meeting of the Midshipmen
Oxford students must pay for, and the Wolverine is the fourth
whether they drink in their rooms Rated By Architect one in as many years for the two
or at the college table, citteams. Considerable interest in
"Money can not a beautiful city the contest is being taken, because
With a meal wine is the most, make" or some other such slogan of the fact that Michigan holds
popular for those who can afford it might be adopted by large Amer- the advantage at present by only
often enough. Consumption is esti- ican cities trying to make them- one game, having won two to the
mated to run at about one pint for selves beautiful if the rating of Navy's one. Michigan won the
a meal, souterTe, a sweet wine, be- Charles H. Cheney, noted Ameri- first game, at Ann Arbor, 54 to 0.
ing popular. The better diners, can architect, is to be accepted. The next year the Navy retaliated
however, take claret with the meal Chicago, which has spent more taking the count of the Wolverines
and a glass of port after n money in the past ten years in the 10 to 0. Last year both teams scor-
The poor Englishman neverps deliberate attempt to beautify it- ed but Michigan had the tall end,
heard of a pretzel, unless he man- self than Paris spent in the eight 27 to 12. It is, according to past
aged to get a hold of a College hundred years of its existence, is record, the Navy's turn to win.
to accoayit ihehhe calsonly rated as eight per cent beauti- Interest in the game is taken on
to accompany it with what he calls ful by Mr. Cheney, according to a another score. Both teams have
crackers, but which resemble the recent article in the Michigan So- had similar records this year, be-
native biscuit. ciety of Architects' magazine. ing slow in developing, but reach-
Women too must have their Paris is rated ninety per cent ing a promising position in mid-
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ing gin and ginger or possibly a our most beautiful city, according No special trains will be run for
sweet wine. The English students to Mr. Cheney is Washington which students from Ann Arbor, accord-
do very little drinking outside or is given a rating of twenty-five per ing to present indications; but
about town, because at Oxford that cent, outranking London, which is there will be one from Detroit, ar-
and public dances are prohibited to only accredited with being ,ine ranged principally for Alumni.
him. per cent beautiful. New York City
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