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UrrIR Bi. DULLI
red unti 3:30 p. n. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays.)

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WHAT'S GOING ON

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day from 9 to 11 and 1 to 3
o'clock, Thursday from 2 to 5
o'clock,, and Friday from 9 to 10
and 2 to 4 o'clock. No orders ac-
cepted after Friday.
The dance which was to be given by3
the University choir this evening
has been postponed until a week
from, tonight.

The following 19 men were initiat- Prof. A. H. White Speaks at'
ed: Prof. Russel Watson and Dr. W. Prof. A. H. White, of the c
W. Harryman of the faculty; 0. H. engineering department, and f
Gillette, '23M, P. H. Garvey, '23M, H, lieutenant-colonel in charge
K. Ransom, '23M, P. C. Lloyd, '24M, Muscle Shoals plant during t
Harry Shield, '23D, L. F. Rittershof- will speak today in Lansing l
fer, '23D, A. A. Brown, '22D, G. L. combined meeting of the Ki
Banzhaf, '22, E. C. Wiesehuegel, '22, Exchange, and Rotary clubs
'T "rf A A Y Y _ - - a." _ t1 4...... i ..1 _

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1922

Number 141

y Memb'ers: 'p
>wing resolution was passed at the meeting of the Regents
0, 1922:
solved, That in recognition of scholarly work accomplished
rloughs for study and research be granted by the Board of Re-
application by professors, associate professors, and assistant
ho have been in service in profesorial rank for not less than
>n approval of such application by the President and the Dean
or school concerned.
solved further, That as a general policy sabbatical furloughs
r 'one year at half pay, or for one-half year at full" pay.
sdtved further, That arrangements for continuing the work of
fthose to whom sabbatical furloughs have been granted must
pout expense to the University beyond the full salary of the
solved Purther, That sabbatical furloughs may be granted once
n years, but the number shall be so restricted as not to inter-
regular work of the University, and members of the Faculty
n granted such privileges will be expected to return to their
ties for at least one year.
solved further, That the rules now in force concerning leaves
consideration of service in the Summer Session in lieu of sal-
ded (Regents' Proceedings 1901-1906, page 314) ."
M, L, BURTON.

WEDNESDAY
4:00-Students' Directory editorial
staff meets in -reading room, Press
building.
4:10-Law students will discuss "Main
Features of the Mosaic Law" in Up-
per room, Lane hall.
4:16-Wrthingto Ford speaks in Na.
ural Science building. Subject:
"Map of Virginia."
7:00-University choir meets in Lane
hall.1
7:15--Freshman Glee club practice at
Union.
7:30-Sigma Delta Chi meets at Un-
ion.
7:30-Phi Tau club meets at home of
A. Fischer, 213 Observatory street.
THURSDAY
4:00-J.lits meet in Newberry hall au-
ditorium.
4:15-Organ recital at Hill auditor-
4 :15-Bahal Study circle meets at
Lane hall.
4:30-Junior class of the School of
Education meets in room 201, Tap-
pan hall. *
7:00-Freshman orchestra meets in
room 308, Union.
7 :15-Varsity Glee club rehearsal at
Union.
7:30-Cosmopolitan clubs, men and
women chapters, meet in Wesley
hall.
7:30-Gun and Blade club meets in
reading room of Union.
7:30-Round-Up club meets at Union.
8:00-T. M. Simpson, of Continental
Motors company, speaks on "The
Analysis of the Balance Sh'eet" in
room 101, Economics building.
8:00-Chdstian Science socie'ty meets
in Lane hall auditorium.
8:00-Louis Unterweyer speaks in
Hill auditorium.
U-NOTICES
Seniors in School of Education order
Commencement invitation anid an-
nouncements in Tappan hall corri-
dor at the following hours: To-

PHI SIGMA FRATERNITY
TAKES NINETEEN

MEN

"Heredity, Evolution, Migration, and
Adaptation was the -subject of a
speech given by Dr. A. Franklin Shull,
professor of zoology, at the initation
banquet of the Phi Sigma, national
honorary biological fraternity, last
night at the Union. Dr. Shull declar-
ed that there is not necessarily any
causal relation existing between en-
vironment and adaptation.

H.W.,uta, '23, S. L. Locke 2,
F. L. McPhail, Grad., H. W: Vallteich,
Grad., W. B. Beadle, '23Ed, W. M.
Randall, Grad., Carl Brown, Grad., and
M. HF Soule, Grad,
Something for sale? A Classfiled
Ad in The Daily wil nd a buyer.-
Adv.
Watch for the "M's." Today is "M"
Day.

subject, "Nitrogen Fixation and
Muscle Shoals Project."
CORRECTION
Louis Untermeyer will lecture a
o'clock tomorrow night instead of
4:15 o'clock ,as was stated yester
in The Daily.
Joe Parker is open again. Go
see his new cafe on 'the corner
Huronsand Fourth Ave.-Adv.
RIDER FOR PENS.-Adv.

"RIDER for PENS."-Adv

LABORATORY
-FO0R-

SUPPLIES

REGIONAL ANATOMY

be no conference of the Deans today.

M. L. BURTON.

WA R'S

Ieations for the Board of Regents:
next meeting of the Board of Regents will be held Friday, April 28.
lcktions for the Regents, in order to be presented at that time,
received at the President's Office before 5 p. m. Thursday, April 20.
tunicatiops received later than this time will be presented.
M L. BURTON.
Engineering and Architecture:'
is of Departments and others interested are urged to send to my
once all copy for Annual Announcement.
W. H. BUTTS, Editor.
yLectures:
hington C. Ford, LL.D., Lecturer on Historical Manuscripts at
University, will lecture on "A Map of Virginia" at 4:15 p. m., Wed-
April -19, in the Auditorium of the Natural Science Building. The
cordially invited. On Thursday, April 20, at 4:15 p. m. in Room 224,
science Building, he will speak before the students of the Depart-
listory on the subject "Some Presidential Papers."
F. E. ROBBINS.
s of the University of Toronto:
iave been asked to furnish the University Records Office of the
y of Toronto with a list of all Toronto graduates on the staff of the
y of Michigan. If such persons will communicate with me I will
he data to the University of Toronto.
F. E. ROBBINS.
in Semities:
I not meet my classes on Thursday, April 20.
L. WATERMAN.
zt Electrical and Mechanical Engineering:
d. M. Boring, representing the General Electric Company, will be in
3 Wednesday, April 19. Mr. Boring is here with the idea of select-
nts, both Mechanical and Electrical, for the General Electric Com-
suggest that any seniors interested call on him at the earliest pos-
nent. JOHN C. PARKER.
ssor .U. ' Sadler of the Department of Naval Architecture and
ngineering will address the Freshmen In Wednesday, April 19,
L as m. in Room 348, Engineering building. All Freshmen are urged
sent at this assembly Ha n C. E. WILSON,
Head Mentor, Freshman Engineers.
Fresirinen:
will be a Freshman Declamation Contest under the auspices of
rleal Association, held during the first week in May. The Contest
pen to all Second-semester Freshmen. The declamations may be
subject and must beseven minutes in length. Participants should
ir declamations. Those who intend, to participate should notify
tary of the Committee before Friday, April.21.
DONALD J. ROXBURGH, 908 Monroe St.
f Research Club Postponed:
nnual memorial meeting of the Research Club, to which members
nior Research Club, the Society of Sigma Xi, and the Phi Sigma
.Society are to be invited, has been postponed from Wednesday,
to Wednesday, April 26.
H. H. BARTLETT, Secretary.
Club:
egular meeting of the Romance Club will take place today, Wed-
p*il 1, at 4:15, at the Michigan Union.
A. G CANFIELD.,
Cymnasiunm:..
omen students specializing in Physical Education should meet in
or's Office on Wednesday, April 19, at 4:30 p. m.
MARION O. WOOD.
Kappa Lists:
of departments are urged to hold departmental conferences at
send the list containing the departmental recommendations to the
In ca of the registrar's office this week without fail.
E. M. CARROLL, Secretary.
eeting this week. Next meeting, Wednesday, April 26 ,at the
Union. MARTEN TEN HOOR, Provost.
tan Club:
will be a meeting of the men's and women's chapters of the club
m. Thursday' in Wesley Hall. The meeti'ng is called for the pur-
scussing the great success of thte spring trip, and to facilitate the
f pictures by the members.
VICTOR GONDOS, JR., Secretary.

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Sweaters, Underwear, Tweed and Polo cloth Caps, etc.

SCREEN

Arcade Wanda Hawley
"Bobbed Hair."
Majestic Marion Davies.
"The Bride's Play."

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anoe and Camping Blankets, Grills, Camp Fur-
niture, Stoves, Auto-Touro, "Pup" & Wall Tents

Mimes -;Bessie Love in "Bon-
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WEDNESDAY
AND
THURSDAY

MATINEE: 2:00 - 3:30
Adults-20c
Kiddies-40c

"Brimming with Laughter"
was invented 'for this picture.
Six months of married life
in a dream - some would say

EVENING: 7:00 - 8:45'
Adults-30c
Kiddies-10c
If you're brooding, grouchy,
morbid, sour on the world, and
want to stay that way-
We challenge you to a five
reelcombat-
And guarantee to make a
smile grow where none grew
before.

'S ON.SALE
ANNUAL PLAY
on sale today for "The
et," the spectacular Chi-
be given by Masques
ril 29, in Hill auditorium
ombined auspices of the
gue, the American Asso-
Jniversity Women, and
University woman is ex-
responsible for at least
everyqpe will have an
o buy them. Wahr's and
11 also have them for

as well ,as women on the campus.
Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson, director,'
reports that during vacation the stage
settings were made by O. S. Davis of
Detroit. The unusual properties have
been assembled and the Chinese or-
chestra has begun work on the long
score of music. Elaborate costumes
are being planned, and the cast is
rehearsing daily in Hill auditorium.
J-Lits Meet Tomorrow Afternoon
Members of the junior literary class
will meet at 4 o'clock tomorrow after-
noon in Newberry hall auditorium to
nominate men for the Student coun-
cil to be voted on at the All-campus
election, May 2.

NIGHTMARE!

PATHE NEWS
CAPITOL COMEDY
"LOVE U ROLLERS"

A~AX LINDEI.,
Presents his latest cornedy
written and directed by Ma zLnder

WUERTH
ORCHESTRA
NICHOLAS FALCONE, Dir

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"RIDER for PENS."-Adv.
Today Is "M" Day.

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