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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

AlLY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Volume I

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1921.

Number 90.

otice to the Deans:
There will not be a meeting of the Deans this week.
M. L. BURTON.
NOTICE
Deture-Modern Developments in Criminal Procedure and Criminology:
Dr. G. W. Kirchwey, formerly dean of Columbia University Law School,
ill give an address on Modern Developments in Criminal Procedure and
iminology on Wednesday, Feb. 2, at 4:10 p. m. sharp in Room C in the
aw building. Dean Kirchwey is perhaps better qualified than any one
se in the country to discuss this subject and all law students are urged
attend. The public also is invited.
Feb. 1, 1921. HENRY M. BATES, Dean.

PROF. COLBY IS SECOND OF
GRADUATE CLUB SPEAKERS
"The Relativity Theory of Gravita-
tion and Its Consequences," is the
subject of an address by Prof. Walter
F. Colby, of the physics department,
which will be given at 7:30 o'clock to-
morrow evening in Natural Science
auditorium. The lecture is the sec-
ond of a series being given this year
under the auspices of the Graduate
club.
Women Desiring Loans May See Dean
Dean Myra B. Jordan has asked that
girls wishing to borrow money from
the various loan funds for women
during next semester should make an
appointment with her before the open-
ing of the coming term. About 20
women are taking advantage of these
funds this year.
Art needle work, supplies, stamp-
ing, hand made articles. Lessons giv-
en in embroidering, knitting, crochet-
ing, painting and basketry. The Wis-
teria 'Shop, with the Women's Ex-
change. No. 10, Nickel's Arcade.-
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All Members of the Faculty of the Literary College:
Petitions for examinations under the honor system together with
mation concerning the plan for the inauguration of this system in
ning examinations have been placed in the faculty messenger boxes.
ise who do not receive this data are requested to look in the top of
xes or ask their colleagues who may have secured their copies.
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Romance Languages:
The regular lunches of the Department of Romance Languages will
take place at the Union at 12:15 o'clock on Wednesday of this week, Feb. 2.
A. G. CANFIELD.
Lecture on "Examination of Medicinal Preparations":
Dr. E. A. Ruddiman, formerly Professor of Pharmacy at Vanderbilt
University, will give a lecture on "Examination of Medicinal Preparations"
at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday evening, Feb. 2, in the Chemical amphi-theater.
All interested are invited. C. C. GLOVER, Secretary.
Special Classes:
The Natural Science auditorium, room B of the Law building, West
Lecture room of the Physics building, Lecture room in Memorial hall,
room 205 in Mason hall, Economics 101, Tappan hall 202, are reserved for
the first Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and the second Monday
2-5 p. m. of the examination period for the special classes announced in
the Schedule of Examinations at those hours.
Irregular classes can make arrangements for any of these rooms,
only through the Committee on Rooms._
Office hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, from 3:30 to 4:30 p. m.,
room 106, Mason hall.
LOUIS C. KARPINSKI, Chairman.

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WHAT'S GOING ON
WEDNESDAY
4:15-Lecture by Jean B. Cloppet on
Anatole France in room 203, Tap-
pan hall.
4:15-Concert by advanced students
of the University School of Music,
School of Music hall.
7:00-Players' club meeting has been
postponed.
7:040-Varsity band practice, Univer-
sity Hall.
7:15-Student council meets in room
306, Union.
7:15-Officers and chairmen of junior
lit committees meet in room 302,
Union.
7:15-Glee club rehearsal, Union.
7:30-All Chinese students meet E.
Yelton and Daniel C. Fu, Lane hall.
8:00-Professor .;Wenley addresees
Students' Liberal club in room 304,
Union.
THURSDAY
12:15--Barrister luncheon at Union.
7:00-Freshman band rehearsal, Uni-
versity Hall.
7:00 - Lieutenant-commander Broad-
head speaks to naval reserve offic-
ers, Union.
7:15-Freshiman Glee club rehearsal,
Union. Members please bring song
books.
7:15--Glee club rehearsal, Union.
7:30-Pi Delta Epsilon meets in room
304, Union.
7:30-Prof. Walter F. Colby lectures
on "The Relativity Theory of Grav-
itation and Its Consequences," Na-
tural Science auditorium.
8:00 -Lieutenant-commander Broad-
head speaks to general meeting of
naval reesrves, Union.
S :00-Christian Science society meets
in Lane hall auditorium.
8:00-Dr. Zay Jeffries, of the Alum-
inum Company of America, speaks
on "Atoms and Metals" in room 165,
Chemistry building.
U-NOTICES
All members of the Scroll who wish
tickets for the winter term party
should communicate with J. A.
Starr, 2663-J, before Feb. 21.
Tryouts for the French play to be giv-
en next April will be held from
4 to 6 o'clock Thursday and
Friday afternoons of this week
in the Cercle Francais rooms, south
wing. Every student of French in1
the University who is interested is
asked to appear.
Members of the Richard N. Hall post
of the Veterans of Foreign Wars
may obtain tickets for the post
dance to be given Saturday evening,
Feb. 26, from Ben -Burbridge, 802
Monroe street any time this week.

INFECTED SPINACH CAUSES
3 DEATHS AT GRAND RAPIDS
Reappearing in Grand Rapids, the
baccilli botulinus has caused the
death of three people who ate in-
fected spinach. This bacilli is the
same as that isolated by Dr. H. W.
Emerson, of the Medical school, last
year when it was found in ripe olives
in Detroit.
Dr. Emerson states that if the
spinach is boiled after being taken
from the cans the toxin contained in
anything affected by the baccilli will
be rendered harmless.
SEVENTY-FIVE FRESHMEN ARE
NOW ENROLLED IN GLEE CLUB
Seventy-five first year men are now
enrolled in the Freshman Glee club,
according to an announceemnt made
yesterday by Director F. L. Thomas.
Mr. Thomas stated that in addition
to the usual college songs with which
the first year singers work, this year's
club is undertaking. some additional
study. The last practice this semes=
ter will be held at7:15 o'clock Thurs-
day evening in. the Union reading
room. A full attendance is desired by
the director.
GEORGE H. KIRCHWEY WILL
DISCUSS SOCIAL PROBLEMS
Prison management and social re-
form work will be the subjects for;
the addresses which George H. Kirch-
wey, of New York, will deliver at 91
o'clock this morning in room 101 of
the Economics building and at 4:10!
o'clock this afternoon in room C of
the Law building.
Students in the sociology depart-
ment and others interested in social
science are invited to attend these
lectures. Members of the law faculty
will tender Mr. Kirchwey a luncheon
at noon today in the Union.
Kazarinoff and Hussey Are Speakers
D. C. Kazarinoff, instructor in the
engineering college, discussed some of
the peculiarities of higher mathemat-
ics at the meeting of the Junior Re-
search club last night. Following his
talk, R. C. Hussey of the geology de-
partment gave an illustrated lecture
on "The Geology and Geography
Camp at Mill Springs, Kentucky,"
CORRECTION
To correct any wrong impression
that may have been left with The
Daily's readers, attention is called to
the fact that the position of a Uni-
versity editor is not created by the
resolutions passed at the Senate
meeting Monday evening. Instead, as
the resolutions read, the Senate ap-
proves of a faculty committee in
charge of official University publica-
tions, such as bulletins and announce-
ments.

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