THE MICHIGAN DAIL'Y
LY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
RETIRED NAVAL OFFICER AND
LAWYER TO GIVE LECTURES
Lieut.-Com. William H. Faust, '41L,
United States navy (retired) will give
p the first of a series of ten lectures on
PLACE FOR CONGREGATIONAL
STUDENTS' PARTY CHANGED
On account of unavoidable circum-
stances, the party for Congregational
students which was to have been held
SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1921.
The regular business meeting of the Executive Faculty of the Medical
ool will be held in the faculty room in the Medical building, Monday
ning, March 21, at 8 o'clock. V. C. VAUGHAN, Dean.
A meeting of the Faculty of the College of Literature, Science, and the
s will be held Monday, March 21, at 4:15 p. m., in the auditorium of the
ural Science building. The committees on Junior Colleges and on Men-
Tests will report. ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
All Members of the Literary Faculty:
A list of Literary students who filed elections for the second semester,
L have since withdrawn has been distributed through the Dean's messen-
boxes. ARTHUR D. HALL, -Registrar.
All Incompletes and Absences from Examinations in the College of Lit-
.ture, Science, and the Arts must be made up on or before Monday, March
Otherwise they will be treated as E grade, unless an extension of time
i been expressly granted by the Administrative Board.
ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
moeopathie Staff Club:
The Staff Club will be addressed in the Lower Lecture Room, Homoeop-
.ic Hospital, at 12:05, Monday, March 21, by Mr. Ralph W. Aigler, Profes-
of Law. Dinner following. W. B. HINSDALE.
James H. Hanford, Professor of English in the University of North
rolina, will deliver a lecture on March 22 at 4:15 p. m. in the Natural
ence Auditorium. Subject: "John Milton's Private Studies: a Recon-
,ction." LOUIS A. STRAUSS.
Men who took course M. E. 29 last semester and wish to go on the In-
iction Trip to Detroit, March 25, kindly see Professor Lay Room 226 New
gineering building, before Tuesday noon. Trip includes Automobile
>w in the morning; trip to the Ford factory in the afternoon; and a
eting of .the Detroit Section of the Automotive Engineers in the evening.
W. E. LAY.
W SCHOOL Admiralty Law:
A series of ten lectures on the Law of Admiralty is to be given by Lieu-
ant-Commander William H. Faust, United States Navy (retired), a grad-
:t of this Law School in the class of 1901. The course will begin at 4
lock on Monday, March 21, in Room G of the Law School and will con-
ue daily at the same hour. The lectures are open to all members of the
iversity. EVANS HOLBROOK,
Secretary of the Law School.
liege of Engineering:
Teachers in the College of Engineering are authorized to excuse stu-
its from classes at 11 a. m. Saturday, March 19, to attend lectures in the
tional Science Lecture Room by Mr. B. G. Lamme of the Westinghouse
ectric & Manufacturing Company and President I. N. Hollis of the Wor-
ter Polytechnic Institute. M. E. COOLEY, Dean.
A special examination for removal of conditions in CE 2 and CE 3 will
given in Room 301, Engineering building, Saturday, March 19, at 8:00
n. L. M. GRAM.
idents in Economics 1 and 37:
Students in the above courses who were absent at the final examina-
n and are entitled to take the make-up examination will present them-
xes in Room 102, Economics building, next Saturday morning, March 19,
1, at 9 o'clock. I. L. SHARFMAN.
pplementary Examination in Zoology 3:
Those who were absent from,.examination in Organic Evolution in the
At semester will take a supplementary examination on Saturday, March
at 9 a. m., in Room Z-231, Natural Science building.
J. E. REIGHARD (per A. F. S.).
admiralty law at 4 o'clock Monday at 8 o'clock Saturday evening at the
afternoon in room G, Law building. home of Prof. and Mrs. Lewis C. Kar-
Commander Faust graduated from pinski, will be held at the home of
the Naval academy with the class of . Prof. and Mrs. Henry E. Riggs, 1319
1896 but retired from the service a l Cambridge road.
few years later because of ill health. _._
and practiced law for several years in MASONIC NOTICE
Buffalo. During the late war he wasyt
Every Mason on the Campus is in-
commanding officer at the Charleston; vitetl to attend the Craftsmen's Clubj
navy yard and since then has resided Stunt Night, tonight at the Masonic'
in Ann Arbor. Temple at 7:30 P. M.-Adv.
Naval reserves who wish to attend
these lectures will receive credit as al;
drill for each lecture heard by report- JR GIRL
ing their attendance to George K. JUNIORB' 5 trL
Briggs, '21, at 556 South State street.
THE UPPER ROOM BIBLE CLASS
will celebrate the Seventh Anniver-
sary of its organization in Ann Arbor
at the hour of its regular meeting thisj
evening-from 7 to 8 o'clock. Therel
will be a varied program. Prof. W.
D. Henderson wvill be the leading I
speaker. Robert McCandliss will sing.
The following members of the class
will participate in the exercises:
Messrs. Bailey, Dillon, Hoag, Johnson,1
Reimann, Veeder, Vivian. All "Un-
versity Men" and other men who may
be interested are cordially invited to
Have you tri°d those wonderful Sun-
day Chicken Dinners at Teet's Din-t
CHIMES TRYOUTS WANTED
Tryouts are wanted for the
business staff of the Chimes.
Those desiring to tryout who are
scholastically eligible are re-
quested to report between 1 and,
5 o'clock today at the Chimes of-
flce in the Press building.
NEARLY 400,000 own a Corona ty; e-
writer. Price $50.00. Easy terms if
desired. 0. D. Morrill; 17 Nickel's Ar-
S PLAY "Selina. Sue"
CLELAND B. XeAFEE TO TALK
TODAY AND TOMORROWI
Cleland Boyd McAfee, professor ofj
theology in McCormick Theological
seminary, Chicago, will speak at 6'
o'clock this evening in Lane hall on
his experiences as a member of the
King Welfare commission to France.
At 10:30 o'clock Sunday morning
Professor McAfee will speak on "The
World Today and the World Tomor-,
row," at the Presbyterian church.
During the afternoon he will hold
conferences with men and women in-
terestpd in Christian work. lie will
also speak at the meeting of the,
Young People's society in the evening.
Have you company coming? Bring
them to Teet's Dining Rooms for din-
Friday night $
~2, $1.50, $1
$1.50, $1, .75
$2, $1.50, $1
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15th Annual Michigan
WHAT'S GOING ON
--Freshman lit class party,
-Those interested in soccer re-
rt at south end of Ferry field.
-Anniversary meeting of the Up-
r Room Bible class, upper room,
-Calvin club smoker in room 302,
-"Stunt Night" at the meeting of
aftsmen's club, Masonic temple.
-Recital by Alma H. Norsworthy.
ckinnon, Congregational church.
-University Men's Bible class
ets, upper room, Lane hall.
-Members of the Friend's church
et Pres. D. M. Edwards, of Earl-
mn college, at the home of Mr. and
s. W. I. Kelsey, 916 Greenwood
-Student Volunteer's open meet.
in Lane hall.
-Social half-hour at Methodist
arch, followed by Wesleyan guild
feting in charge of a group of
Guth American students, the ad-
ess being &iven by Frederick W.
annon, of Chicago.
ets for the freshman dance will
on sale this morning in Univer-
y hall and at the door in the aft-
engineers slide rules are in and
i be obtained from John Hills, 909
st Huron street. Cases will fol-
r in a few days.
PROFESSORS MAKE EXTENSION
SERVICE LECTURES IN STATE
"Jean Francois Millet" was the sub-
ject of the lecture delivered by Prof.
H. P. Thieme, of the French depart-
ment, last night at Jonesville. Prof.
Henry F. Adams, of the psychology
department, addressed a gathering last
night at the Ryerson library at Grand
Rapids on "Memory Systems."
Prof. Rene Talamon, of the French
department, also gave an address last
night at Grand Rapids before the Al-
liance Francaise. Prof. W. D. Hender-
son, of the Extensionrdivision,sad-
dressed community organizations of
Buchan last night in the Clark thea-
ter of that city on the subject, "Dol-
lars and. Sense in Education." W. C.
Hall, instructor in the rhetoric de-
partment, spoke before a father and
son banquet last night at Brighton on
the subject, "Making a Man."
The lectures were given under the
anspices of the University Extension
PROGRAM OF CRAFTSMAN CLUB
"STUNT NIGHT" HAS SIX ACTS
Taking the place of the regular Ma-
sonic work, "Stunt night" will be giv-
en by the Craftsman club at 7:30
o'clock tonight in the Masonic tem-
The performance, which will be for
Master Masons only, will consist of
six acts of vaudeville including a jazz
orchestra entertainment, a specialty
dance, a comic detective play, a trio
with violin, cello, and, piano, a dramat-
ization of Kipling's "The Men Who
Would 'Be King," and the surprise of
the evening, "Something to Think'
About," in which Dr. Frank Curtis
and Harold Htimnhrav 221, takA the
NO ORDERS FILLED AFTER
Box Office sale for Union Members starts Tuesday,
in Union lobby.
Hours: 10-12 a. m.,
5p. m., two days Tuesday and Wednesday.
Prices: Entire Lower Floor and Boxes -
First four rows in Balcony
Second four rows in Balcony
No War Tax
Friday and Saturday.
Tuesday or Wednesday