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_______________ iF -7MICHIGAN DAIL) WEDNE~lA

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AI Y caton in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all mnembers of
University. Copy received until 3: lO p. ra. (11;30 A, m. Saturday.)
info -3 WEDNELSDAY, FEBIRUARY 28, 1'94' 3 N IIaher 107

their families. The members Of the lUniversity Cluib will b~e the guests of
the Club. ('tARA B.13. BTES.
Oratoicat Ascz r turn Le ;ii re Tonight;
Holders of Course Tickets will use tho Williamt Allen White Coupon
for admission to the Lecture, by Donald 13. Mailla n, tonight.
EDWARD T. R'AM1SDEIAL, Pr es i d ct.

interview electrical and me- I ings1Daughiters to fvPlays dcat iBrown'Is hook store,
chanical engineering students inl- Members of the Phoebe Beal Cicle
}terested in employmnent w'ith the of King's Daughters, of the Methodisti Sohtlinde feturlns front Ohio Stale
Westinghouse company. Episcopal church, will give three one- Prof. Antonio Ge. Solalinde, of tho
tell United States 11ar Veterans' Bur-; act plays at 8 o'clock tomorrow eve- Spanish departmnet, has returned front
can men "should report to Mis.s Beck- ning. Music for the chorus of 100 a six(lay trip to Ohio State university
er in Lane hail this week. voices wvill he furnished by the Wes- where hie delivered a series of three
- - ieyan guild orchestra.. The proceeds lectures on the history of SpanishIN
jTry a Classified Ad-it pays.-Adv. will go to charity. Tickets are onI erature.

Tc thie feas :
There will be no conference of the Deans on Wednesday, Feb. 28. The
nest conference will 01.o place Wednesday, Mar. 7, at 10 a. mn. in the Presi-
dents office. M. La. BURTON,
I~et re in lBiolog
The lectures of Professor Stockard, which were scheduled for Wednles-
dlay and Thursday of this week under the auspices of the Zoology Depart.-
Dien t, have been postponed on account of the illne:4s of P rofessor Stockard.
A. FRANKLI 4 SHILLk.
Dean's Adyisorz' Commrittee, College of Tlterture, Science, and the Arts:
'there wilfl be a meeting of the D~ean's Advisory Committee Friday,
M0arch 2, at 4 1). m. in my office.
JOHN R. EFFING1ER.
Seniors, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
The Dea~n of the Graduate School of the University of Iowa has writ-
teni an "Open Ljetter to College Seniors" in which he discusses graduate
work and answers many of the questions which the college graduate is called
upon to answer. This letter has been printed by the Research Council and
a number of coies have been sent. to my office for distribution. All wo
-are interested are asked to come to the office for copies.
JOHN R~ . E !{INGERt.
Engilih18,_18:
Makeup examinations in the first semester courses in Browning and
The ?novel will be given Saturday, March 3, at 9 a. in. in Room. 208 Tappan
Hall. LOUTS A. STRAUSS.
4IaItheinufles 1--Colleae of Literati re, Science, and the Arts:
There will be a make-up examination for students who were reported
X or I in Mathematics I in the recent reports, -on Wednesday, Feb. 28, from
1 to 4 % mi. in ]Loom 20)2, ~Mason 119ll. Please get necessrary blanks !from
Registrar's office. JOSEPHIL . MARKLEY.
Economics 1 and 2:;
Make-up examination in Economics 1 and Economics 2, March 2, Fri-
dlay p. mn. 3:15-6, Room 202 Ec,
All student; who intend to take this examination will please notify Mr.
C. It. May In Room BOG, Econonic~s Building before Thursday.
F. W. TAYLOR

Ala squies
Ary member of Masques who has any of the costumes used in the re-
cent production o1' the Knight of the Burning Pestle is requested to call
Lucilla Walker, 2338, or Mr. Nelson immediately as they are needed.
J. RALEIGHl NELSON.

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WHIAT'S GOING ON

!WTICE---Copy' for this eolumn should
#be submirtted by 5:30 o'clock of
the day before publicatiou.
WEl)NESDAY
12 :1 3--11faa Iiiematies clulb luncheon' in
m~ain d(ining room of tlye Union.
I-,:00--M:latinee )I1isle4ile in the nassema-
ly hail of the Union.
3:3011-- niividual icetures of track nien
will be taken in \Vttern an gymnas-
l1- t5--elacatr411 ofsecond act of'' ~
arras Iormigas" in rooml 205, Uni-
versity hall.
4:Ml--Cerele Fraincais leetnre in Nia-
Itural Science amditoriu lby Georges
?Gounez (de Sarzaina. of lDetroit .1 on-!
i01' colege. "t11 ;gerit'' i5 lthe sub-
1 3:~13i--i aterf rat eii ityhockley mate lies
ilWeinberg, coliseuma.j
7:W4---1'resinian tGleec ~1lub eets; in
assembhly hail of the Union.
7:13!1- Ilalaniliiacan hi let}iinrooani
2.02 of the U~nioni.
7 :31--.ower dent: Iaokin j~rooi '11S
of the Union.
7 :30--Shtideu coccal il meets in the
Union.
7 :10--Order of iDe IMoaly ne*'t * iii H,
i ;hall.'
? :30--Boxing clut) mci's in thle 1union.
8 :04--Lectmare by IDon ald 1)?. .thuc il-
inn, Aretio exploirer, in Hill11 audit c'-
W ill.

1111----juni al.elnginee"4.meet iroam
343, ]tngineei'ing building.
m 4:1 1enat al f acualty luncha in pm'ivaal.e
di~ning r iooaiof the [Union.
'I 3:10I1 l'yers' dclbmnects i ei o 3W;
f:0 111141lyers' club meets in room 205~,
Mas~on hall.
-1.00-- The tapper1 staiff of the 'Ensian
mies in Press building.
I Of) .wciool of Edluc'ation senior class
iucts in r'oomn 202, Tappan hail.
t'i :-13c)0 111111lijtee Umeets4inl room11
304 of the Union.
6:00-l cnilfaculty dinner in room
<319 of, the Union.
6:00i---Al pli a.DelaSigmia (sinne1r aitthme
7:041 --(gee cdb meet,,;ini uppierred
(ing roin of the Union.
7:.10---4a wor lit smaoker in the Union
assembly hall.
7 :30--- Pi'o. Ed1win IDickinson, of the
Law' school, speaks to Cosm~opolitani
claab ini pa riors of Wesley hail.
7 :,' - Fomeei studIent members of
the Engineering society meet in the
society rooms.
7 ::30--ha Socledad lfi'spauianimeets in
roomU 205. University hall.
:(lt-lr. Raymiond I,. 1)itinars, natuir-
alist, lectures in H-ill auditorium.
14 t)--VhistanScientce society maeets
aat; Lane ball.

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Education I.10
Tlere will be no meeting of the class this week.

I.. A BUTALR.

j aniisci'ips for flie March issue of
IWhimsf.ies should be in the hands of
the editors not later' than ;March 8.
litpresen taive s of the timighiouis
company wvill be in room 274 of the
Engineering building today to

HOUSE MANAGERS

OF
FRATERN ITI ES

Twilight (Organ Rectal:
Mr. larry Russell EGvans,;. of the Factey of the University School 0of
Music, will give the following program at the Twilight Organ Recital Wed-
neaday afternoon at 4 :15 in lll, Auditorium. The public is cordially in-
vited.
Sonaa in A Major, Opus 65, No. "3 (Mendelssohn) ; liebestraum., No. 2,
(Liszt); Midsummer Caprice (Reqiuested) (Johnston); Reverie (Baldwin);
Adagio in B Minor (Widor).
CHARLES A. S INK, Secretary.
rngineer!"g, Society:
There will he an important meeting of all the foreign student members
of the Engineering Society, Thursdty evening, March 1, at 7 :80 p. in. in.
the society rooms. WILLIAM A. COTTON, JR ., President.
VarsityTBaud::
Wednesday, Feb. 28, Regular Rehearsal, University IHall Auditorium,
7 p. In. WILFRED WILSON, Director.
Siummer Session, Surveyig 8:
All students intending to elect Surveying 3 next summer will meet in
the West Lecture Room of the Physics Building at, 4 p. in., Friday, March 2,
to hear the plans for the season's work. 11 B. MERtRICK.
Philosophy 5p:
To my great regret, I mast refuse further enrollments in Course 5p.
All seats are now occupied. R. M. WENEY.
Cerele Francals:z
Mr. Gomnez of Detroit Junior ,College will deliver an illustrated lecture
today on Algeria, at 4:15 Natural Science Auditorium. This lectere will he
open to the p~ublic. A. J. JOBIN.
Faculty Womnen's Club:
The Faculty Women's Club wil present three plays at Sarah casw ciil
Angell H-all Fridaty evening;. March 2, at 8 p. in. Open to members and

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