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T UIIIIIAL DULLI INI
In the Bulletin is constructive notice to all me~mbers ofJ
lt .' eopw roceived until 3: SkO D. In. (11:30 a. m SIaturday.)
SUNDAY, FEBR VARYQom, 1923 i'ninber 100Z
be no confe ecce of the Deans 'on 'Wednesday, Feb. 28. The
0will tako placo Wednesday, Mar. 1. at 10 aa. mn. 1inthe Presi-
M. L. B3URTO.

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( h al fica ultn
64' tlon' of #sers of -the Daly Official Bulletin is again respectfuly
ct z e sabraitted. for, publication must, be typwritten.
1*1'6 ottcs ust be igned.
' }izarly notices are published but once. Repetition is at the
3rt fni.1 ,
dtlcesmttt be handed tothe Editor before 3:30 p. M. (11:30 a. M.
O1e, it, not stated in any sense to restrict the use of the Buleth.
iita 'rIt is8 hoped that it masy be uisedt more anld ore for ntra
t att odl; College of Ll6ritur, Sene, and the Arts:
,ilb a bleting o, the AdMIAitttie load Tutesdafy, Fsebruary
a bk, 'en 0l ffnger's or
W. R. HUMPHREYS, Assistant en.
turner Bailey, Director of the Cleveland School of Art and
ir~ of th''Cev eland Museum of 'Art wil speak "on the subect,
Realmtr of Art" .Tuesday, February 27th, at 4:16 In West Galery,
It ialy Ia. BRUCE BE DONALDSON.
yinzlhsr~ivra sft ymphony rhestra is to ;be heard next Sunday at 4:15
LfAi ?t urimIn the Faculty Concert Series. Miss Mra Struble,
11l ba the soloist. The program is as follows:
dances from 'Henry VIII" (a)' Morris Dance, (b) Shepherds'
T oh Dance, (dward erman); 'Motet, "Ave Verum" (fr
oar); 0yinphonia Espagnole, OP. 21, (a), Allegro Ma non troppo,
n do .(u) Andante, (d4) tondo, (Cl}; Symphony, G major (the
Adag4 atabit le, Vivace 'assal, Andante,' Menuetto, Allegro di
d );, CHARLES A. SINK.
ioty .afternoon, Feb. 26, at ,2 olock, ,Nr. Wennerlnnd, industrial
Ft the Ge#ner-t dMotors Corporation, will .deliver an addrese'in the
eice nAuditorium on the sua'jet of "Tho nfluence of the I idus-
ieertupon Manurfacturing Plants".'this adoresswll be delie-
tbe lasses in Mecht, Eng. 36 and Ec0 onmics 3.All others, inter-
vited to attend.. '.C. B. GORDtY.
gng igt for the lectures is now {posted near oom Z$-$4 Natural
1 iziit Memers of the class should ascertain'. their seat .num-
'Tsdfyayring 'at 8 o'clock, ase-tle lstillbe reoved at that
"'k bld alsa go in advance'd to the lecture room and loc~te'their
d~4 ins odconfusion at the betinning of the ext lectuire,
.A. FRANXLIN SHULL.
Jistsr ' btli sections havesbeen, roniplotely revisd and are
zr _ oor, 234, .Ntural Sei~nce building. Ivembr of the
z: adin their new seat ntinibors end go to tha lecturre rom to
l';1 i '3 o'clock Mocndlay, at, rhiei .timie the .lits will e re-
'fU"thi rquests fr transfer frombn e section to the othr
It C.,'' The present' arrangemient,'61jould 'be egarded ;es final.
$A. 'FlRANKIIN SfL .
er qn ,U.114oe6s and Mfvr. J. M.ipple of the Westighouse Ec-
i zn , n', ittsburgh, lPennsylvan r, will'be in Room 274 of 'the
ltiitldisguesdlay and 'ledlnesriay, February 27 and 28, for the
nt ifvieving electrical andl' echanical en neering students who
ot con4 -0 employmuent with the WGestinghouse Company. .
BEfN3. F. BAILEY
iarl 'eheld .in the 'Natural cienceAuditorium MAonday nt 2 p.
I 4 'Mntal Testing:.
#tt mtzcl my class on Tuesday, February 27.
v GUY M. WHIPPLE.
biton of' mari'ns and etchings by Hay ley Lever, water colors
un~ and "Ruel Tuttle, landscapes by George H. Baker and etch-
rt . Logan opens at 2:00 p. m. Sunday, February 25, in. West
n1 iMeoril Hali. BRUCE Mi. DONALiDSON.

A regular meeting of Acolytes will be held.Tuesday evening, February
' 27th, at 8:00 o'clock in Room 105 Mason Hall. Professor Sellars will read
a paper entitled "The Double Knowledge, Approach to the. Mind-Body
Relation.t HOWVARD -D.7'ROELOFS, -Arch-.Acolyte.
IUniversity of VcljlI~iin haviber of Commierce:
Members desiring to attend the luncheon at the Chamber of Commerce'
Inn Tuesday noon %,Ill notify Walter Nichols, 1128- J, before Monday 'night.
A musical progra#m will be given under the auspices of the members of the
Mu' Phi Epsilon sorority. R. L. SMITH.
Lectures, on Biology:
The Zoology department announces three lectures by :Professor C. R.
Stockard of Cornell University Maedical College on "Growth and Structural
Reactions."
j Feb. 28, 4:15 P. M.--Modifications of development rate and the ' struc-
tural respoinse.
I Feb. 2 8, 8:00 P. M.--Tile origin of human types and the influence of
internal secretions.
Mar.' 1, 4:15 P. M.--The "oestrus cycle. as a means of analyzing struc-
tural changes.
The afternoon lectures will be held in Room 214 X. S. Bldg., and are
of a technical nature. The evening lecture, to which the public is invited,
will be held in the N. S. Auditorium. A. FRANKLIN SHULL.
Innunu nruI ~ ~ Veal experience in an apiproved libra.-
lifhih bU~ L~ runry. Admission. to the course must be
passed on by Librarian Bishop.
SUMMER ARE A N NOUN C1, ;In addition tothese courses, Intro-
ductory courses, courses in cata.logii-
^- °i ing and claifyinig, high school lib-
CURRIC JLITM TO INCLUDE TWO F rary, and reference will be offered.
NEVER PRESENTEDF Frederick ,B. Gillette, superintendent
BZPOREl of circulation and stacks of the lba
lir-ry, and Edith Thomas, chief of the lib-
Two courses in library methods never rary, extension service will teach lib-
ibefore presented at the University will rary, courses. Jean Hawkins, former-
be offered at the coming Summer SeeaI ly instructor in the New York State
sion. ' One course will be taught by 'library school at Albany will also
Miss Helen Martin, children's libra- ; teach: courses in library methods in
rian pa. the East !Cleveland. public; the coming Sumamer Session.
library aid other will be given jointly'
by W. W. Bishop, librarian of the Uni-
versity, and .Prof. A. S. Root of Oberlin MUSEUM CROWDED
ollege. AT PR F S NT PTTW-

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Gig~antic

Atlanta, Ga., Feb. 25---(13v A. P.)-
If tlae plans of Gutzon Borgium, well
known sculptor, do not. go awry, giant
sized figures of Geni. Robert E. Lee,
Jefferson Davis and Gen. Stonewall
Jackson, heroes of the Southern Con-
federacy, soon will be outlined on the
blank face of Stone Mountain, near
Atlanta, as an everlasting memorial
of the Lost Cause.
'Work of installing a huge projecting
lamp, something new in the world of
;science, at the foot of the mountain,
now is being completed and when the
Georgia Railway & Power_ company
extends its power lines from the end,
of the street car line to the mountain,
Mr. lBorgluzn intends to come to At-
lanta and attempt to fasten the like-
nesses of the Confederate leaders on'
the side of the great mass of granite.
The figure of Lee alone is intended
to be about 83 feet high, while the
head of the horse he will be shown
riding will be 30 feet in length. These
dimensions of the central figure of the.
proposed picture give an idea of the
immensity of the sculpture which will
"Yt~end, when completed, across 700
feet of the face of the mountain.
31 RIUS E. FOSSE EKE PEILI
j WITH DETROIT SYMPRONY

(Cotninued fronm Page Nine)
Arts department, will speak on,
"Washington in Painting and Sculp-
ture", at {6:30 o'clock.
Services of the Church of Christ are
being held in Lane Hall today and on
future Sundays until further notice.
Bihle school will be held at 9:30
o'clock, and the Student Class will
meet at 12 o'clock in the Reading
i-ooms at Lane Hall. At the same
hour, Dr. Stouffer will lead the Men's
Service Club. "Channels of Spiritual,
Power" will be the subject of the
,rorning sermon, delivered by Rev.
Arthur, Pastor. Christian Endeavor
will meet at 6:30.

TO INDUSTRIES 01F NICHICAI
(Cotninued from Page Nine).
months or longer. 'This includes tho
running of routine chemical and phy-
sical tests.
The problems wIch may be studied
through the department with the preys-
ent facilities may be grouped undec
the following specific types of service:
aeronautics, automotive equipment.
ceramics, design of special machiner
electric 'transmission and 'distribution,'
fuels, heating, ventilating and imi-
ination, hydraulics, machine shoe)
parctice, power plants and their equip-

Staue

UpRI UVI IN o'clock by the Rev. Robert W. Wood-
~ IIU roofe of St. John's church, Detroit.
The evening prayer and address will
FU' ] jV iii! be held at 7:30 o'clock this' evening.

M. U: Fossenkemper, '23, and a
former student in the University
School of Music, has obtained a posi-
tioin in the Detroit Symphony orches-
tra as second clarinetist. Fossenkem-
p~r, while attending the University,
was first clarinetist in the University
symphony orchestra, and for a time
leader of the Arcade theater orch-
estra.
MEXICO MAY PROHIBIT BOOZE
NEAR UNITED STATES BORDER
Washington. Feb. 24-(By A. P.)-
The Mexican government, according
to advices received here, is contemnp-
h ating adopting a prohibition law to
effect all alcoholic beverages within
a zone fifty miles wide along the ,Am-
erican border.

Rev. A. T. Jump of the First Con-F
.gregational, church will deliver a ser-
mon this morning from Hutchinson's
book, "This Freedom". The 'topic is,
"The Problem of the home". The
F'ireide 'Chat at 6:30 o'clock this
ovening wvill include discussion. on,
"Devotional life In a busy University.
SWhy it is needed? H"ow can we so-.
cure it?"
F .-mon of exceptional interest
to college students will be delivered
1at 10:30' o'clock this morning at the:
First Baptist church. Rev. Edward
Sayles will speak on, "The Acid Test'
of Character". At 12:30 o'clock, Rev.
Howard R. Chapman, Minister for stu-
Idents, will'be the leader at the student
class at the Guild House. The regular
Bible school will be held in the church
rooms. The Friendship hour with the
Students will begin at 6 o'clock to beF
followed by the Guild Discussion Meet-
la t6:30 o'clock. "The Greatesti
LockOut"will 'be the subject of the}
evening sermon, to be delivered at'
I7:30 by Mr. Sayles'.
Holy Communion will be held at,
8': 00 o'clock this mrorning at St.An
drew's church. There will be morn-

EAT AT

WILLTS
The, food is different.
Quality, (Quantity and a rea-

of building and engineering materials.

sonable price
been our aim.

has always

Smartest service in the City.
Specials. Sunday Dinner
$1.00

The course In 'book selection 'for-
chxildren's libraries, and story telling'; An alarming scarcity of space has.
in children's libraries, taught -by Miss been reported by officials, of the Zool-
Xartin has been offered in response to ogny Museum. The museum has been
repeated requesos for some such work. fcrced to acquire two frame housesj
Many state people as well as. a large ;which it .uses as storage space. These'
I number of University students have :are well .flled at present, and the in-
inquired as to the possibility of a:flux of two or three 'tons of specimens
course of this nature: being given, expected from research expeditions
Select Problemns of Library: Ad- ,now in California and Panama will,
mlini stration, 'the. course offered by; necessarily have to bie storedlandl not:
the two librarianis, will deal with un-. exhibited. Some exhibit inateilal has
usual "non-routine, problems which been. in storage for the. past,:20, years,
confront every, librarian.' Particular due to lie lack of floor space.
emphssis will, bb laid upon 'the dise- F In the appropriation bill now .before
IpositkIon of ch04rts, atlases, maps, the State, Legislature 'there is a plea
archives, and questionable material, for a new building. I1f' this ',building
the treatment of rare bpo is, coins and, Is granted It 'will bie built off the pres-i
postage stamps, autographs, manu- ; ent'campus and be large enough 'to ac-
scip and early painting will be dis- icominodate all 'exsting specimens with
cussed. Methods will also be treated I adequate spaCe for :expansion.
In the course.F___________
orAmacStdnsProfessor DAy to Speak
This coarpe, according to Mr. Bishop, P :1rof. iB. E. Day, the new head of the
will ] Ve open, only 'to students hlavingI Economics. departm ent, .will, be the
7 5 or more hour of college credlit and speaker at a smioker to be given for
a. y arsa study 'in a library school of Iall students of economics, March 11,
acpproved standing or 3 year's prac- ( at the, Union..
" Diamond Mountings at a Savingv
SHILANDERER & SEY'FRIED
REMOVAL SALEr
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way you use the "Daily Classifiedj.
Column" It will mnake you better
and better.--Adv.
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CHIROPRACTOR I
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SOL OISTIS
GIUSEPPE DANISE, Baritone
METROPOLITAN 'OPERA COMPANY
EENI.AMINO GIGLI, Tenor
METROPOLITAN OPERA COMPANY
JEANNE GORDON, Contralto
METROPOLITAN OPERA COMPANY,
SUZANNE KEENER, Soprano
METROPOLITAN OPERA COMPANY
FLORENCE MACBETH, Soprano
CHICAGO OPERA ASSOCIATION
CHARLES MARSHALL,, Tenor
CHICAGO OPE'RA ASSOCIATION
ERNA RUBINSTEIN, Violinist
A DISTINGUISHED ARTIST
ERNEST SCHELLING, Pianist
A RENOWNED VIRTUOSO
HENRI SCOTT, Bass-Baritone
LATE OF THE METROPOLITAN OPERA COMPANY
CLARENCE WHITEHILL, Baritone
METROPOLITAN OPERA COMPANY
ORGANIZATION S
THE. UNIVERSITY' CHORAL UNION
(350 OICES
THE CHILDREN'S CHORU.S
(500 VOICES) j
THE CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
(70 PLAYERS)

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