THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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IY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 1921.
Freshman Band Needs Clarinets
More freshmen are needed to fill out
the required number of pieces in the
freshman band. Few first year men
have tried out, engineers particularly
being in the minority, according to
Francis B. Thomas, '22, director of
the band. The band is in special needI
of clarinets and altos and it could use
several brass pieces as well, he says
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There will be
no meeting of the Deans' committee on Wednesday,
M. L. BURTON.
1 Y Bokstores
o the Members of the University: -
It will be impossible for President and Mrs. Burton to be "at home" on
Vednesday afternoon, March 9.
Tle regular faculty luncheon will be held Thursday at the Michigan
nion at 12:15 o'clock. MARCUS L. WARD.
enior Students of Engineering:
Will kindly note that Messrs. R. D. Parker and W. F. Freedman of the
anerican Telephone and Telegraph Company and Mr. Wm. E. Wickenden
f the Research Division of the Western Electric Company will be in Room
74, Engineering building, Wednesday, March 9, and Thursday, March 10.
tudents interested in securing employment with either concern would do
ell to call early Wednesday for an interview appointment.
JOHN C. PARKER.
There will be a class assembly on Wednesday, March 9, at 11 o'clock in
oom 348, Engineering building. A. H. LOVELL,
ean Charles B. Jordan Will Speak:
Dean Charles B. Jordan, Dean of Purdue University School of Phar-
.acy, will speak on The Need of Better Trained Pharmacists Wednesday
rening, March 9, at 7:30 p. m. in Room 151 Chemistry and Pharmacy
uilding. Public invited. C. C. GLOVER, Secretary.
conomics Course 2:
Mr. Fleck's section 17 meeting at 11 o'clock on Wednesday and Friday
ill meet regularly hereafter in Room Z-231, Natural Science building.
ero I Schedule:
Hereafter Monday at 4:15 p. m.; Friday at 9:00 a. m.
F. W. PAWLOWSKI.
applementary Examination in Zoology I:
A supplementary examination for those who were absent from the ex-
nination in Zoology I in the first semester will be given Saturday, March
2, at 9 a. m., in Room Z-231, Natural Science.
A. FRANKLIN SHULL.
niversity of Michigan Post, No. 803, American Legion:
Meeting of the University of Michigan Post, No. 303., American Legion,
L the Reading Room, Michigan Union. All ex-service men - faculty and
udents - invited.
The supplementary examination for students who were absent from
e final examination will be given on Wednesday, March 16, 2 p. M., in
oom G 437, Natural Science building.
I. D. SCOTT.
The class in Meteorology will meet this week as usual.
I. D. SCOTT.
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WHAT'S GOING ON
10:09-General ticket sale for Junior
Girls' play, Graham's bookstore.
11:00-Junior engineer assembly in
room 348, Engineering building.
4:15-Recital by advanced students of
the University School of Music,
School of Music hall.
5:00--Meeting of the entire business
staff ad tryouts of the Gargoyle,
6:15-Sigma Nu dinner ,in room 321,
7:15-Veterans of Foreign Wars meet-
ing in the assembly hall, Union.
7:15-Student council meeting in the
7:15-Gustave L. Michaud speaks on
"The Progress of Education in Costa
Rica," Natural Science auditorium.
7:15--Meeting of P1 Delta Epsilon at
7:30--Meeting of the University post,
American Legion, in the reading
7:30-Westerners meet to discuss
smoker and dance, Lane hall.
7:30-Naval reserves meet at handball
court, Waterman gymnasium.
7:840-Round Up club meets, Union.
8:00-Comedy club presents "Bunty
Pulls the Strings," Whitney theater.
4:15--Abbe Ernest Dimet speaks on
"Coming Men in French Politics,"
Natural Science auditorium.
6:30-Wayfarers meet in room 304,'
6:30-Regular meeting of the Philip-'
Pine-Michigan club, Lane hall.
7:00-Freshman band rehearsal, Un-
7:15-Veterans of Foreign Wars meet
in reading room, Union.
7:80-Pontiac club meets, .Lane hall.
7:30-Junior lit meeting in the second
floor reading room, Union.x
S:00-rThomas Marshall speaks on "Na-
tional Tendencies," Hill auditorium.1
The Ferris -Institute club banquet
tickets are now on sale at the Un-
ion and at Sugden's drug store.
Representatives to the Student Volun-
teer convention at Lansing, call
Avery, 1993-M, at once and make
reservations for the special car.
rSenior engineer commencement invi-
tation orders, will be taken on Wed-
nesday and Thursday of this week
at table over the engineering arch.
SEVERAL UNIVERSITY MEN
TO ATTEND ALUMNI MEET
Dean John R. Effinger, Dean M. E.
Cooley, Regent Junius E. Beal and
President Emeritus Harry B. Hutchins
will attend University of # Michigan
alumni meetipgs March 10 and 11 at
New York and Boston. The New
York gathering will be held at the
Automobile Club of America building
where it has been held for the past
few years. The annual Michigan din-
ner at Boston will be given at the
Dean Effinger will also attend the
14th conference of the national con-
ference committee on the standings of
colleges and secondary schools, Thurs-
day morning in New York City.
FOREIGN WAR VETERANS TO
PREPARE FOR COMING PLAY
Final announcements relative to the
production "C'est la Guerre," to be
given in Hill a.uditorium, will be made
at an important meeting of the Richard
N. Hall post, Veterans of Foreign
Wars, at 7:15 o'clock this evening- in
the assembly hall of the, Union. All
members of committees and others
connection with the production, are
requested by the commander to be
present. Men eligible for the organ-
ization ,will be admitted to member-
ship at this time.
Talk to Deal with Central America
Gustave L. Michaud, instructor in
Spanish, will talk at 7:15 o'clock to-
night in Natural Science auditorium
under the auspices of La Sociedad
Hispanica on education in Central Am-
erica, and not with the military situa-
tion in Costa Rica, as was generally
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