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TUESDAY
4:00--All members of Glee club meet
at rear door of Hill auditorium.
4:15-Leture by J. I. Hodges on
"th'e Compressibility of Liquids" at
the February meeting of the Univer-
sity in room 151 of the Chemnistry
building. The public is invited.
7:00-Freshman band meets in Uni-
versity Hall.
7:15-Overseas men will meet at Un-
ion to effect an organization. Every
man requested to be present.
7:15 - Athena Literary society will
meet on the fourth floor of Univer-
sity hal.
7:30 Cerele Francais meeting in
room 202, South Wng.'
7:3- - Student coun1 committee on
freshman conduct meets in room'306
of the Michigan Union. Sophomore
members requested to be present.
WEDNESDAY
7:15-Sigma Delta Ci meets on third
floor of Union.
7:15-U. S. Marine Corps club meets
ip room 316 o Unipn.
7:30-Gogebc County club meets in
room 325 of Union. Constitution
committee '*ill report progress. At
tendance of all Gogebic iron ore
range students requested.
7:30-Meeting of Round-Up club at
Union.
7 :30-Meeting of Western club, room
304 of Union.
THURSDAY
6:00-Difiner for all ambulance serv.
ice- men at Union.
7:30-A. S. 11. E. smoker at Unioi.
See Goodwllie about program and
,speakers.
7:30-Leonard Wood rally. Deans
Cooley and Vaughan will .speak.
7:30-Phi Sigma holds regular meet.
ing. in room B173, basement of the
Natural Science building. Date
changed from Wednesday.
U-NOTICES
Al men who were in aryy ambulance
service ae invited to attend a din-
ner given. at 6 o'clock Thursday
evening in the Union. Those who
desire to attend are requested to
call J. M.. Seabright, phone 184.
i'he employment office of the Y. M.
C. A. at Lane hall requests that nen
having their- application on file for
jobs wil send second semester class
schedules showing the hours they
have free for outside employment.
.osmopolitan essay contest time has
been extended froin Feb. 20 tothe
end of spring vacgtion.
The next meeting of La Socidad His.
panica will be held Marh 2.
All students holding proofs of senior
Michiganensian sittings should re-
turn the same to the respective pho-
fographers today in order that prints
may be run off for the yearbook.
WILSON GIVES APPROVAL
TO LATEST ADRIATIC NOTE
Washington, Feb. 23. - President
Wilson gave his approval today to the
draft of his latest reply to *, e en-
tente premiers on the Adriatic ques-
tion. It was understood that the'corn-
mun cation was either being coded for
transmission or atually was going
forward tonight to Ambassador Davis
a: London. The foreign governments
are understood to have consented to
publication of the complete corre-
spondence an delivery of the reply to
the entente premiers is expected to be
followed by publication of the entire
series of notes.
GOMPERS FORCED TO DECLINE
INVITATION TO SPEAK HERE
Samuel Gompers, labor leader, was
forced to send his regrets in answer
to an invitation received from the Ora-

torical association, to spgak before the
Michigan student body,' Professor
Trueblood announced last night.
Heavy work, Professor Trueblood
declared, was given s .the reason in
a letter to him, by Gompers for his
inability to appear here.
SCHOOL FOR JANITORS
OPENED AT ST. LOUIS, MO.
St. Louis, Mo., Feb. 23..-A school
for janitors has been opened here by
the Board of Education. A course
consists of 30 lessons, and includes
the rudiments of stationary engineer-
ing. The "pupils" are taught the lat-
.est scientific methods of mop-swing-
ing, window washing, ,and coal shov-
eling.
War "Veterans" Given Home
Minneapolis, Minn., Feb. 23. - Be-
cause of their, service to the United
States, seven homing pigeons of the
world war, are to receive a perma-
nent home.
MULLISON'S SADDLE LIVERY
Call 87 for horses and cutters'or

SPECIAL EXECUTIVE ORDER
The celebration of Washing-
ton's birthday having been made
this year, by action of the Sen-
ate council, a University func-
tion, it is ordered that all Uni-
versity work, excepting work in
laboratories, be suspended Tues-
day afternoon, Feb. 24, from 4
to 6 o'clock. ,
H. tB. HUTCHINS,
President.
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Students' Dancing Classes
START TONIGHT
Classes to be held under the
direction of Mr. and Miss )foses'
in the Arcade Dance Hall start
tonight.
Beginners.. .....7 .im.
Advanced . . .. p. m.
Exclusively for University
Men and Wpmen.
For further particulars call
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Selling Complete New Line Sanitary Brushes,
Mops, Dusters, including several Brand New1
Specialties. Positively Best Student line in Amer-
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