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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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JAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Volume I

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1921.

Number 125.

Executive Board of the Graduate School:
There will be a meeting of the Executive Board of the Graduate School
on Wednesday, March 30, at 4 p. m. ALFREDH. LLOYD. a
Engineering Faculty:t
The Engineernig Faculty will this year, the same as last, hold a jointI
meeting with the Michigan Schoolmasters' Clb at 3 p. M. Room B, Law
building, Friday, April 1. The papers tc be presented will be found in the
program of the Michigan Schoolmasters' Club.1
M. E. COOLEY, Dean.
Romance Language Department:
The regular monthly luncheon of the Romance Department will be held
on Thursday, March 31, at 12:15 o'clock at the Michigan Union.E1
A. G. CANFIELD.
Faculty Bibliography:
The Faculty Bibliography for 1918-20 is now in press. Proofs may be
seen at the office of the Graduate School. All individuals concerned are
requested to read their own lists before March 30.
ALFRED H. LLOYD.
Notice to Students:
Students having in their possession books drawn from the University
Library are notified that all such books are due Friday, April 1, on account
of the impending spring vacation.
WM. W. BISHOP, Librarian.
Seniors in Engineering:
Col. W. P. Wooten, Corps of Engineers, will speak to the senior engi-
neers Thursday, March 31, at 11 a. m. in Room No. 348 Engineering build-
ing. His subject will be Work and Opportunities in the Corps of Engi-
neers, U. S. A. M. E. COOLEY, Dean.
Senior Students of Civil, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering:
Paul J. Howe, of the Engineering Department of the Western Union
Telegraph Company, will be in Room 278 on Wednesday and Thursday,
March 30 and 31, to interview seniors regardig employment in June. It is
advisable that students interested call early Wednesday.
JOHN C. PARKER.
Engineering Students in English 21 a, Sections 1.4:
Students in these sections will please come prepared for a written
quiz. MARTEN TEN HOOR.
Graduate Students:
In view of the scientific and general educational meetings being held
in Ann Arbor this week, Professor Reeves's lecture, the fourth in the Grad-
uate Club series, has been postponed from March 31 to April 21.
MARTEN TEN HOOR.
Mail List of Officers:
All Fraternities and Sororities, House Clubs, Dormitories, University
Rooming Houses for Women, Campus Societies, Miscellaneous Organiza-
tions, and Class Organizations, are requested to mail to Dean Bursley, Room
2, University Hall, a list of their officers and the time and place of their
meetings. J. A. BURSLEY,
Dean of Students.
Research Club, U. of M.:
The Research Club will entertain the members of the Michigan Acad-
emy of Science at a smoker in the University Club at 9 p. M. Wednesday
evening, March 30. H. H. BARTLETT, Secretary.
To Science Students and the General Public:
The Botanical Section of the Michigan Academy of Science has arranged
a program of general interest to science students and the public, for
Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock, in the Natural Science Auditorium. The
papers will be as follows:
1. The East Coast of Sumatra and Its Plantation Industries. (Illus-
trated with moving pictures.) 40 minutes. Carl D. LaRue.
2. An Exploration of the Inner Tissues of the Idle Land Problem. 15
minutes. P. S. Lovejoy.
3. The Agricultural Value of Swamp Lands as Indicated by Vegeta-
tion. 30 minutes. Ezra Levin.
4. The Plant Breeding and Seed Distribution Work of the Michigan
Agricultural College. 40 minutes. Frank A. Spragg.
H. H. BARTLETT.
The Players Club:
Three of Lady Gregory's plays will be presented in Sarah Caswell An-
gell Hall at 8 o'clock, April 6. Members of the club may get tickets for
themselves and their guests at Wahr's Book Store on Friday, April 1.
C. L. DAHLSTROM.
Former C. . N. S. Students:
We are anxious that all former students of the Central Michigan Normal
School obtain tickets for the banquet which will be held at the Congrega-
tional Church Thursday at 5:30 p. m. If you have not secured your ticket,
you can obtain one from any of the following persons: Dorothy Dodds, Helen
Chambers, Harry L. Marvin, John B. Leighly, Francis Bailey, Harvey H.
Lowrey.

News of the Day
IN BRIEFr
(By Associated Press)
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., March 29. -
The body of John Burroughs, natur-
alist of world renown, who died sud-
denly this morning on a passenger
train near Kingsville, Ohio, lies to-
night in his home by the bank of the
Hudson river a few miles north of
this city.
There, where Mt. Burroughs had 1
lived since 1878, the body will remain
until Saturday afternoon, when a pri-
vate funeral along the simple lines he,
desired will be held. The body will bej
taken to Roxbury in the Catskill
mountains and will be buried Sunday
on the eighty-fourth anniversary of
his birth, near the spot where he was
born.
Los Angeles, Cal., March 29. - An
officer and three men from the army
balloon school at Ross field, Arcadia,
were seriously burned today by an
explosion of an army balloon in Co-
yote Pass near the Midwick Countryr
club, about eight miles from Los An-
geles.
Dublin, March 29. - Capt. Cecil
Lees, an official of Dublin castle, was
shot dead by four armed men outside
his hotel in Drury street today, says
an official statement issued by the cas-,
tle authorities.
Geneva, March 29. - The League of
Nations has received a- second protest
from Germany calling attention to the
continued occupancy by Allied troops
of German territory. The note ex-

presses the hope that Articles 12 and has been out only a few days but has
17 of the peace pact will be applied, made an impression in that time by
according to the preceding note of his batting and the way he handles'
March 10. The new note is dated himself in the field.
March 22 and is signed by Foreign If the weather is warmer this after-
Secretary Simons. noon Coach Pratt has promised a re-
sumption of the daily Varsity-Yanni-
ALL LEGION MEMBERS ASKED gans hostilities in which the latter
TO ATTEND LOCAL MEETINGS have been unusually successful the
last few times out.
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next Monday, and the officers of the FOUR COUNCiLMEN WILL BE
University post strongly urge every NOMINATED BY SOPIL LITS
voting citizen of the state here in -
college to give the matter his favor- Nomination of four student council-
able attention. They also emphasize men will be part of the important busi-
the fact that, as in the case of the ness of the soph lit class at its meet-
presidential election last fall, ballot- ing at 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon
ing can be carried on by mail and ab- in the Natural Science auditorium. In
sent student voters are urged to get addition to this two class baseball
their ballots in to their county clerks managers will be elected, and the han-
at once. dfling of the spring games and other
In connection with plans for future activities will be turned over to the
activities of the post here, arrange- udder class conduct committee. Plans
ments are now under way for- a dance are under way to make this one of
to be held under its auspices shortly the big meetings of the year, accord-
after :pring vacation, more definite ing to Vernon F. Hillery, president of
plans for which will be announced lat- the class.
er. The matter of the organization
of a women's auxiliary in connection TICKETS FOR ARCHITECTS'
with the post was also considered and MAY DANCE NOW AVAILABLE
is to be taken up at once with the
dean of women. ITickets for the architects' annual
,dance to be held May 6 in Barbour
COLD WEATHER NOT CONDUCIVE gymnasium are now obtainable. Al-
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Captain VanBoven and Uteritz seem
the only sureties. Shackleford and
Johnson are making a hard fight for
the first base post with the first named
having a slight advantage due to his
heavy stick work. Karpus at second
has not rounded into, anything likeI
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of the tickets until April 6, after,
which they will be placed on general
sale. They will cost $5 and may be
secured by sending a stamped enve-
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main drafting room.
Read The Daily for Campus news.

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WHAT'S GOING ON
WEDNESDAY
5:00 A. M.--Senior its vote for coun-
cilmen at booth in University hall.
3:00-Program of Michigan Academy
of Science, Natural Science audi-
torium.
4:00-Lieut..Corn. William H. Faust,
'01L, gives the eighth of a series
of 10 lectures on "Admiralty Law,"
in room G of the Law building.
4:15-Meeting of junior lits to elect
Student councilmen, room 205, Ma-
son hall.
4:16-Anthony J. Jobin lectures on
"Voltaire," in room 203, Tappan
hall.
4:15-RecItal by advanced students,
School of Music.
7:00-Varsity band Practice, Univer-
sity Hall.
7:15-Student council meeting, room
306, Union.
7:80-Westerners club meeting, Lane
hall.

club, Union.
8:00-Lecture by Prof. Charles H.
Chase, of Harvard, upper auditor-
ium, Alumni Memorial hall.
8:00-Lecture by Ward Giltner before
Michigan Academy of Science, Na-
tural Science auditorium.
8:15-Union opera, "Top o' th' Morn.
in'," Whitney theater.
THURSDAY
11:00-Lecture by Prof. Charles H.
Chase, of Harvard, upper auditor-
ium, Alumni Memorial hall.
4:00-Meeting of soph .its, Natural
Science auditorium.
4:00-Lieut-Com. William H. Faust,
'OIL, gives the ninth of a series
of 10 lectures on "Admiralty Law,"
in room G of the Law biulding.
5:00-Meeting of the presidents of
graduating classes with Student
counciJ Swing-out committee, Union.
8:00-Lecture by Dr. Clark Wissler on
"Time Perspective in Culture and
Race," Natural Science auditorium.
8:15-Union opera, "Top o' th' Morn.
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