D OF 1M
Next Sunday's Lecture to Be on Hom
oeopathic Prescribing; Ex-Gov-
ernor Will Appear in Mayr
t humorist, speaks
rday night in Hill
the auspices of they
the composer of the lines,
n again, gone again, Fin-
is one the those humor-'
naturally, not from mem-
ted an official of the as-
terday. He has talked
2 years to American aud-
ly originating his jokes,
att, on the platform.
a contributor to several
Twenty-five years of his'
mt in newspaper work.
SArborMason will want
w Masonic Temple photo-
lagrams in the Rotogav-
f The Detroit Free Press,
lephone H. Stofflet, 364,
ug Store, 117 S. Main St.
The second series of Sunday lec-
*tures to be given in the Homoeopa-
thic hospital will start Sunday,
March 7, with a lecture by Mr. Dewey
on the subject, "The Method of Hom-'
oeopathic Prescribing." The lectures.
begin at 3 o'clock.
The schedule of speakers and their
subjects follow: March 14, Dr. Myers,
"The Child's Eye Troubles:' March
21, Dr. Naylor, "Venereal Prophylax-
is;" March 28, Dr. Runnels. "The
Trdubles of the Woman and How
Treated;" April 4, Dean Hinsdale,
WHAPS GOING ON
7:30-Alpha Nu society meets in club
rooms, University hall.
7:30-Polonia Literary circle meets in
7:30-Cosmopolitan club meets in'
ropm 202, University hall. M/Ir. John
E. Hewson of the University of To-
ronto will speak on "World Tur-
7:30-St Paul's Lutheran students
meet in Lane hall.
7«:45-Social at the Methodist. Epis-
copal church, corner Washington
R. O. T.C.
"But two days are left in which to
enroll in the A. 0. T. C. for this se-
mester," was the warning statement
of Captain Arthur Thursday. "After
that date enrollment will only be
permitted in accordance with Uniyer-,
sity regulations in such cases of de'
"At the present time total enroll-
ment is- over 175. During the past
two days eight nien have signed up.
Although not all of the men have
been questioned concerningattend-
ahce at the R. 0. T. C. summer
camnps, more than 40 have already
signified their intention of attend-
Efforts have been made during the
week to get in touch with the Uni-
versity of Chicago by radio, but the
station has not been able to catch the
messages. Captain' Lucas states that
another effort wilj be made to get in
touch- wit ahem on Saturday evening,
between 8 and. 10 o 'clock.
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Ex-Gov. Woodbridge N. Ferris, of
Ferris Institute, wil give an address
before the Michigan Homoeopathic
Medical society at 8 o'clock, May 4, in
Sarah Ocswell Angell hal.'
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16 A. M.-Swimming team practice
in city Y. M. C. A. ,
1:15-Iota Sigma PI meets in room
122 of Chemistry building. Members
requested to be present.
2:00-Benefit card party in Martha
3:00-Wrestling mateli'es in Water-
7:00-Newark, N., J., club meets in
room 306 of Union.
7:30-Craftsman club meets in Mas-
7:30 - Interdenominational young
people's guild party in Lane hall.
7:30-Miss Sawyer, nurse from China,
,ill speak at the closed Student
Volunteer meeting in Lane hall.
8:00L-Strickland Gillilan speaks in
8:30-Choral Union party in School
3:00-Complimentary twilight rectial
in Hill auditorium.
6:00-Social half hour and meeting of
the Baptist guild.
6:30-Christian Endeavor meeting in
Presbyterian. church. Social half
6:30-Prof. Alfred H. Lloyd speaks to
Unitarian guild formu on "An Intel-
lectual Adventure." Light supper
will be served at 5:45 o'clock.
7:30-Graham R. Taylor of Chicago,
speaks in Methodist church to Wes-
leyan guild on "Impressions of the
Revolution in Russia and the East."
7:00-Men's chapter of , Cosmopolitan
club holds sing in room 305 of Uni-
versity hall. Bring Michigan song
7:00-Mandolln cluii practice In Un-
8:00 - Detroit Symphony orchestra
concert in Hill audtiori'um. Ossip
Gabrilowitsch, conductor, and Lois
M. Johnson, soprano.
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Members of the play commilttee of
Comedy club are requested to read
Maugham's "Mrs. Dot" and Shaw's
"You Never Can Tell" before the
meeting on March 11.
Mr. Donnelly's Rhetoric 2 classes will
meet as follows\ M, W, F, at 8 in
room 101 West hall; T, Th, S, at 8
in room 202, West hall; M, W, at 11,
Th, 7 p. m. in room A, Alumni Mem-
enior women are requested to go to
Mack and company for gown meas-
uresient before March 12.
Senior lit announcements and invita-
tions will be on sale from 1 to 5
o'clock this afternoon in University
All students enrolled with the ap-
pointment committee should come
to the office between 10:30 and 12
o'clock any day of this week in or-
der to fill in location blanks.
Two Clubs Form
The Rocky Mountain club met Wed-
nesday night, with a representation
of the Western club also present. Both
adjourned with a resolutidn to reor-
gan se as "The Westerners" Wednes-
"The Westerners" will meet every
three weeks on Wednesday evening,
social activities such as smokers and
dances taking place in the interveti-
Campus news, student doings, news
of the outside world, are all to be
found in the Michigan Daily.-Adv.
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