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TH4E MICHIGAN DAIL

TUEFSD7AY', Fi3RVARY

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I LY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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:,Wbication In tMe Bulletin is constructive notice to
ho university. Cony -ae'4vf~d ir1 2°;00 D.ntm (11'10
'olume 3 TUESDAY, FE9BRUARY 20~ 19-03

all mnember
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A T h~t~~ o m tefrle ,C le eo leai ee oa te A tsrt meeting o the Attendaae Committee for Men.'Kill be held, on
Tuesday lFeb. 27~; later jneetfh'g on the same days and at the same hours
ors during the frst semester. W@. R .HJMPHRETS.
Postp~loeet otLetre:
Professor 7 . Jennings, who was to ~ava lecnrd ocdtVad Tue.
day, Feb. 19 and 20, has been forced by illnes to pstpote thee addesee5
w ihich also constitute part of Course 44 in Zoloy.
A. F.. SHULL~.
I. hope to bre able to meet- my classes this~ week, beginning with His-
$Oiy2a, "The Renassahie".Tuesday. the 20th at l.
E. W. DOW.
1y section 'of English will meet hereafter in Newberry Ball, Room A.
W. HR HUMPREYS.
GElolgy 1:
The supplementary eFinal Fxaminaton in (;clony 1 will. bog;ert zaC
urday, F-o. 4, fror. 2-5 in Roomn 437. 1 ,S IOT T.
Geology I18:
The supplementary Final Examination in geology '13 will be given
Saturday, Feb. 24, -from 2- in Room 437. ,R. 4C. RVSSEY.
Vto"~ian Literture, English 8:
Thin class will meet on Wednesday in R6om 26, Tappan Hall.
W. 0. RAYMOND
Oor 4, (Hstor!lal German Syntax):
Will meet In the Library Room 303, Thursdays, 4-6. On account of
*ist~gto 's birthday, we meet this week on Wednesday, 4-6.
T. DIEKHOFF.
To All Sophomore and Junior Engineers:
It hos been bserved that a large number of sopomor and junior on-
.ineers who 'should have reg'stred in Drawing 3 this year knavailed to
do ea, This subect will be given during both semetes of next year and
twill than be 'discontinued.: All engineers who fal to take this subjct dur-
ing either semester of net year will be able to satisfy their requirement i
Draiwng threafter,only by taking the three-hour course in Drawing 1.
This wrning Is iwsued thus far In advance in. order that all "concerned may 1 ae e*- potnt opa hi ceue rpry
H. W. MILLER.
%Ordnlance Advoneed our s
itaed course men in the Ordnt eFni t e 0. . C. are re -
queted to meet , a 0 T. C. ofie at a p. 'm. Wednesday. All other rd-
n anee en o expect to go to camp 'tliIa simer"" are 'also requested to
ttend., -RIIR'' ARTHIL t.
r'!dwk of the University Memaiber of C~mmerce are requested to
spp es Rat om :42 ".Natural Science bn ldng this week on any day be-
twee f "titours otf:2and 5 o~cloc in the afternoon to otantheir member-
ship> ,A rd~ and to register with toeme~ployment comittee.
R. I.' 3SITH.
l aince 014 meeting at the U1nion Wednesday, Feb. 21. at 410,Room
."r. Pttrao-A review of recent contrbitions by Mir. an Roes-
broe ck to Crne $lla literature. ;
lr: Rovllan-Cornetlle and the Theory of Progress. The irreligious
feeu ch !f his char"cater 8+ A. (G. CAN IL.
Jathemtt~zle alClub:;
Regi bar meeting will be held In Room 401 Mason Hall thn evening
at 8 ~olk. Professor V. C. Poor will present "The Huygens Governor".
Mr. :N. H. Antig wll preset "A Chinese Puzzle. Graduate students sad
Vcrnebrs of the Faculty are invited.
W. W. DBWXON, Secretary.
P~uysca~ ofloql~ui
"Tpicatl Stellar Spectra" by Professor W. Carl Rufus, and "The Spec-
Lum of Sili1con't b+y Professor R. A. Sawyer, on Tuesday, Feb. 20, 410 p.
cs ii° oib 1c 202 Physlal Laboratory. All interested are cordially invited
,t attetidt. H. M. RANDALL.
Acoytg ill. be the guests of Quadrcl e at a joint meeting to be hd
Tuesday erening. Peb. 20, at 8 o'clock In room r36 of the M"icga n Unon.
l+ r. T kneth Lindsey will spak on "Impressions of Anriea".
.. HOWARD 1). 1108DOPS, Arch-Acolte.
RNGL N~' flO~P G To carry this number of passengers 4-
R~o ,Nr B,00517 G 193, flights were made.
,t TOLANFJ TRAW~ In spite of this increase in business,
Ithe airplane companies have not yet
I~roidon, Feb. 16.-Tbe popularity of found flying a paying ntrnrise Th'
dying as a mode of commnerial travel; government, which is desirous of oX-
nay be judged by the fact that 1282 ending airplane travel, is allowing
3asengrs rriedanddeprte t'rnsubsidies which cover all losses in-

:be Croydon aerodrome du ring 1'022 curreo. Air transportatiM 1 w'II Or,-
__________________________be encourarged by the erection of a per-
manent gliding station at Itford Hill
OPTICAL GOODS by the Air Ministry. The Ministry har
REPAIRED" also recently decreed that all planes
AND) flying over England at night shall car-
~ry hiteligts o eac wig ti an
LENSESGRUND hielgt o ahwngtpad
Ui on the tail.
One Hour Service
Carl F. Bay Go,4 rory( O (h O r,?nt A4 Pi?yv ia; m)
ARCANE JEWELRY SHOP flied 'ad will fine a roomer. '.-Aiiv

W WHAT'S GOING ON I
NODTIE- -Copp for this column should
be submitted by 6:30 o',lock of
the play before publication.
} TUESDAY
12:15i-31edcal administradTiveboard
luncheon in Union.
12:1i--Baarrlsters luncheon in room
318, Union.
2 :00--Applcations for tickets for
Soph Prom are given out at the
booth in the Union.
2:30-Underclass conduct, committee
meets in room 316, Union.
3:09L-Players' club meets in room 205,
Mason hall.
5:0---Chimes business staff d try-
outs meet.
6:09---Alumni dinner In roost 321, Una
ion.
7:00-Varsity Glee club meets In as.
sembly hall, Union.
7.:00-CGlei'eland club smoker In room
318. Union.
7 :00--Rouud-Up clumb bulginess meet.
1:.ag--8inaw club meets In reading
r'oomn, Union.
.0) mceet" In Union.
~' ! rlIc students smoker in the
new auditorium in St. Josenli's Pan-
itarium. Bishop Gallagher speaks.
l: a--Alpha Kappa Psi meets in room
106, Union.
7: 30--Big five meet's In room 302, Un.
Rion:

8s:00-Quadrangle club meets in room 17 :30--Clbanher of Commerce meets In:_ os of deciding questions of social
I304, Union. room 302, Union. activities.
18 :00-Acolytcs meet In room 106, Ma. S :001-American Legion meets in City'All student Masons and particuliarly
son hall. hail.thmebrofteCasenfte
8:00--Zoology lecture in natural Sci. 8 :00--Stephen Q. Hayes, of the West 1h eneso heCatmno h
!ence. auditorium. Prof. H. S. Jen- inghouse Electric company of Pitts-' University are invited to attend a
n rings of Sohns Hopkins university burg, speaks in Natural Science au- special Masonic service to be giver
jspeaks on "Can We Observe Evolu- ditorium on "Electrical Engineering at 4 o'clock today at the Congre-
tion in Progress?" in Japan." gational church. The services are
S :6*--Mimes spotlight in Hill auditor-' i given by Rev. Herbert dump, and
lum. TTi" T(T4 they will he observanes of Wash-

8:"0-Knights of Columbus
home on Catherine and DIN
'WEDNESDAY
12 :00--History department
in room 319, Union.
2 :0-Players' club mceesIi

meeton atF To~lay is the last day firat sophiomores
may obtain applications for the
Prom. They will be given out from
2 to 5 o'clock today in the Union.
lunekeont It will be possible to pay class due
s then.
room 2141, ARl posters for the TarsIty band poster

ington's birthday.
Press club dtinner and election of of-
ficers will be held iR Barbour ,gym-
nasium Wednesday evening, Feb. 21,
beginning at 6 oWalock. Tickets to
dinner and entertainment f~lloW-
ing business meeting will be 75
cents. Kennedy's Packard orchestra
will furnish music for dancing dur-
lnz ; remainder of evening, for which
an additional charge of 25 cents per
person will be collected. Ladies' es-
Icorts not members may be admitted
by paying 50 cents.

Engineer to Speak THere
"Electrical Enginieering in] JapaW'-
wI iill be discussed by Stephen Q. 1Ia:'rq
of t e Westing shouse Electric company
in his lecture at 8 o'clock tomorrOw_
night in Naitural Science auditorium.
His talk will be based on twoyer
engineering experience in Japan and
.Australia. The lecture is being; sponi-
sorodl by the Thigineering society.
STRICTLY HOME COOKING
HEPLER'S'TD N
LUNCH
409 EAST JEFFERSON ST .

Mason hall.:' contest must be turned in to Wil-
I :0--Romance club meets in room'. lam Graulich before Wednesday at
302, Union. noon:
4:00-B. 0. T. C. band meets in New. Oral; ona for the Northern League Or.
berry hall. atorical contest may be turned in'
4:15 --Twltight organ recital in Hill from 8 until 6 o'clock today in room
auditorium. 302, Mason hall.
5 :30--Institute of Religious Education Prof. H. iiM Randall. of the physzf s
banquet in Methodist church. 4 deiiartment, who has been ill for
6:00-Students' Press club meets in three weeks, expects to meet his
Barbour gymnasium. clas. es today.1
7 :00-Frost Glee club meets 1n react- The Saminarw cluh wIill meet at 7 :30

inn room, Union.
7:00-uarterdeck club meets In room
304, Union.
7:110-4-rosh-Soph dent smoker in
room 318, Union.
7 :30-EnglneerIng s(*iety meet,,; i
Natural Science auditorium. Lee-
turc and movies.
7 :30-Research club meets in Miao-'
logical laboratory, Medical building.
7 :30--Forestry club meets,1
7 :30--Nippon club meets In Lune hall.

o'clock this evening in the reading'
room of the 'Union. Norman K.
Tracekett, '23L, president of the clubs
is holding the meeting for the pur-'
Try Our Business M.en's Lunch
1I~0~:00. -65C
JOE PARKER'S
SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER
Renned 's Orchestra
11:30--4:0
Cornwell Coal Bldgr.

In Her Original Character Sketches
WHITNEY THEATRE
FEB. 23rd at 8:15 P. M
Tickets $2.00 --1.50 -1.00
Tax Exempt
Order by Mail, from Mrs. W. D. Henderson, 1001 Forest Avenue
Please inclose stamped, self-addressed envelope.

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This is the night o f the mas~t Royal Entertainmzent that has, been offered in Ann

I- i n r ri-,fe" tha'n a coon's age.

To miss It world be just like havingyor,r ihuncle

forget you in. his will and to see it is like having Hienry Ford give you the righAt
of his main, factory--We',re talking about t he much talked of

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1. "Mike" Ames will entertain you with some New Songs atnd
Dances. Those of you who thought he was good in the
Opera will think he is tremendous now.
2. Crosby Reese and Company, will give, a comedy sketch. Don't
ask us what it is about.. It's just funny-that's all--in fact,
it's awful funny.
2. Milt Green will give a monologue. You know "Milt."-W-ell
you should hear the monologue-impersonation of Win.
Rogers.

4. Gale Barton and Donald Ephlin &
burlesque. There is nothnig bad
does sound shady. [

Company will
about this act

present
even if

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5. "Jes Gossip"-directed by E. R. Meiss-ilf you ever knew
anyone who liked to gossip,, then you should see this act.

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6 and 7.

Two brilliant acts featuring Novelty Music and New

Dances. A fitting close-for a great entertainment.

EVERYBODY

COME!!

ENT OR BUY A TYPEWR2ITERt
S TANDARD AHNS, OF QUALITY
AMILTON BUSINESS COLLEGE
STATE AND WILLIAM STREETS.

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CLEANING AND PRESSING

Hill u itrim

Ord.inary words-but they have on extraordinary meaning
when backed by the service offered by

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