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mOFFICIAL BLLTNI
a inl the Bulletin is constructive nottes to L in embors of
sity: Copy received until 3: SO v. m,. (11:90 a. a Saturd4ay.)
', HURI)AY, MIARCHI 1, 1923 Ntambor 10S
we Association of Arnericat Meical Colleges:.
wiation '-will meet at the Michigan, Union on Friday, aind Satur-
ahd 3. At the meetings on F~riday morning at 10 a. mn., Friday
2 ,p. m. and Siaturdlay morning at 0:30 a. m'.. papers. will be pre-
~ious problems of niedical education: The,:.session on Friday
11 be devoted to a discussion of the curriculum. Mebern of
F'aculty are urged to attend these meetings if possible and thy?
~~~th ~~~ ~ UG CABOiT.il e ecoe
ether faulties ill be CABOT.e

"r:3@ -Rcitanl by - ldis of the SchoolP nn Legisato
of Music in the auditorium of the
school. SlatedFo ,fb
* P-OTICS IIn War Office;
t a + sripts for the MNrc h is iieof4)
W~hinmsies shube ein the c fnil', f .
Ethe editors not later thwn March S
All Tanted Staites W~tr Yetprnii!s' Bur
eau men should report to Mies Beck-
1er ini Lane hall this. week.
N-aional churelt eoxiierp'nee begs i n
La1ne hall tomorrow, to last three3
1'day1. av-.
HARDING NMAKES,~
, G'NBIN - N -Y . tG E f J..

St anfo rd Head To
re Butzon,'s Guest

(onI1,atTE'To PLAN MIILITARY Start the new sci
IALIJiN .)I1ETiNC 'E 0 G1,11 Iemington Portable
_ rcaill 12S-J.--Adlv.

StanioroOl ri t ii 1)hothe guest
ofPrsi -tM uL.!uro hi
helt roe(-! jug, o; the Ann- rica3n Medic.al
Associat ion 'vvIi ioh vwllihe fheld here.
beginning tior11 row'.
President \\1V ulr i s also president-
elect of th e~s ca~ n is prom-
inent_ throughout the country in the
field of meiiidcaISl fcC. cele was es-
pecially active d uring the recent, war'
as chief oft'Ihe conservation division
of the food administration bureau.

All mi11litalry ha1l coiniittoe 1110111-
hecrs till meet at 7 o'clock tonight at
the 1,0l tnon tor [i'Ulat 0plalis for Ithe
anual affiri to Ibe given _Arnil -27 in
1 he W1atcrmnianmd IBarbourgyna-
iums. ]3idls 'iHl be gone over for h-c-
orations, invitations, refre~i,,euts andl
other features of the danec and tho
names of the guests of honor an(I pa-
trons will be presented for approval.

Eu'romgae 3rd Class $ 85"
(abll ..11")
~u~II~IJ~1st Che~ss. 195
W~~~(1 iiL'' TR ARD, CANADIAN-
l ACIF IC, FIZENCII, HOLLAND-
AME1,INCAN, U. S. SHIPPING BOARD,
l-P. TC. TICKETS FOR ALI,
'CA IN ERS. CRUIISES. COOK,
'P O PSN.CLARK, ETC., TOURS.
Liceuised Steamship Agent
6'. 1?. KEL"MER, Phone 138-1

p e Bp gf g lt f _, ... p
i, Swa F =:S. ba s si3 dlv $3fa p e . fi A9rs N31Y iil #fisi . # ,:M

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slips for signing. out at night during February ae gdue
tIn to the Dean' S office immnediately,
JEAN HAMILTON, Dean' of Women.
ions will be held Saturday, Arc h 3, from 9 to 12, in
RH. *. OLM S.

today at 1l in ROOM 348.

PEtm tFLD.
Ii. A $BUTLER.

i Tr-1s20:
will be no Mneetin~g of the, Ou'l this Week.

"Washington, Feb. 28.--(By A. P.)--_? nIun
President Harding today effected. the gain
greatest change his cabinet has un-
dergone since 'his admi-nistration lbe-'
gan nearly two years ago by designa-
tion of Dr. Hubert Work' of roord'
new post master general to be Secre-
tary, of the Interior succeeding Albert ? ~--
B. Fall of New Mexico and Senator$h
1Harry S. New of Indiana to head the
post onfce department in succession G
to Dr. Work. }
The nominations of Dr. Work and 1,Rtep. ' hornss S. (rago
Senator New were sent to the Senate
andl promptly confirmedl. The two' Secretary of ?far 'Weeks has re-
will take up their new duties next commended Rep. Thomas S. Crago t o;1
Monday when the resignation of Sec- {succeed J. M. WXainwright w~ho retiresf
?. retary Fall becomes effective. Sena- as assistant secretary on March 4.
tor New retirest from the Senate with
the adjournment of congress Mon-,-
day. Winkler Called By Sisterls, Illnessj
Prof. Max Winzkler, of the German
Arrest *1 Irregulars department, has been suddenly call-
Dublin, Feb. 28.--(By A.P.) -Ofi-; ed out of town to the bedside of his1
ciais record made public today re ;sister, Mrs. A. WX. Suummerfield, of
cords the arrest of 24 irregulars Mona ° New York, who is seriously ill.
day night at various places. Severa ?
!,were arrested while attempting to .cut When you have a want, always let
ae bridge. a "'Daily Classified Ad" satisfy it.- -

ook at the "Daily Classified col-
a" and yoju will see some real bar-

IRIDES S ELMSHOP
Tile fountrain of pcn satis-
faction.

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Engineering College z
h Department in the Engineering college will meet
arch 1, at 12 o'cloCk t he club rooms of the
- . J.: RALlIIIGI'lNELSON.

PHONE 214-F l

WIeiCH YOU HAVE NOT BEEN ABLE TO GET,
CAN BE HAD NOW AT
W", A RUNIVERSITY
BOOKSTORE

'will be a, meeting of the Club In,, Room G 43, Natural Science
t 7:15 p. m. on Thursday, Mlarch 1. "The .pper flevonian .'of
Lstrated !by Mr. Fenton; '"The Geological Museum Collecting Trip
atern Nebrask~a in the Su mmer of. 19i2", by Mr. Hussey.
terested are cordially invited to attencL
LM. COULD, Secretary.
uas~cus Speaking Contost:
inearies will be held this afternoon sat 3 o'clock'in Room 302 Ma-
'FAc) contestant is to speak= for four minutes ou nyr ase of the
'Fr"a Ice's lrvsiou off.thie Ruhr".
orkshop on Fast Univ ersity: Avenue Will be open ?every afternoon
6 for the next two Weeks.

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pragtam will be given tliHll Audtoriunr'Sunday A Aer-
, tet., Op~. 18 No 5. A major (Beethoven) Mr., acid Mrs. S.
:11, IMi ?a Miriau Struble, viola, Mr. }Herbert Qrant, vo
ods (Schuirann),. At the Bedside.i a Sick. Child. og(cumn(Sr ndAr.Wiiam the e ; n.-
mnajdir (Schumann), Mr. Albert ILockwcod and the Quar-,
#,ninents by NMrb.(George U. Rhead.
4 - CHARLES A. SIN K, Secretary.

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S GOING ONx
)T for this column should
bd by 4 AO ,.'V,160 *f
Eor pablicatioa.
MU1RSDAY
eugtneeri i met In room
ering buildiug.-
facunlty lunch in prilate
aof-the Union.
'club meets la room 804

acid banquet' in" room 321 of the Un-'
,7 :OMj---Glee club meets In, upper read.I
ing room of the Ulnion.-
7 :00- lUtltry . ball ,cOmIttie meets
its room 302 cis th©.Union.
f :83O-Pi Velt t Epsilon mees In roam
306 of the U~nion,.
7:30 --JunIor :lit smoker in thme Unio
assembly hal.
1 7 :a 0--Prof. idin Dickison, of tihe
Iw school, speaks to Cosmopolitan
. ubins parlors of WUdes'ey hall.
the ngieerng ocity:mee inthe
,M---Dr: RaYmoend L. .Ditgas, natur-
alist, lectures in Bill auditorium.
B 0GU- Chlsiaaga ciencesodety mwets
at Lan:e hall.,
ann FRID)AY --

f rs'

A. iet-s in Lane baillj
irs' club neets 93 room 205,
upper staff of the 'Ensim
Press building.

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t£uuo enio I~r Vcuss- ".-AsOtc LionI ofAMerfean Mdl
mn 202, Tappan hall. ca oleges meets in upper readting
umnltee meets 'in room ' room ,of the'Union.
nion. 191:U---Law faculty lunch hi the pi.
acu ity dinner In iroom vate dining roomn of the Union.'
Mlon. 1:00-P1ayers' club meets In iroom 20;
Upha .Delta Initi&tion Mason hall.

Packard DancingAcadem-y

A NNO UNCAES,.

The openig of a Beginner's Dancing Class -for men only.
Monday, Mjarch 5,' 1923. 8 to 10 p. m.
TERMS
10 a Lesson Course of 12 Lissohs', $104*00

RY, LECTURE SERIES

Poets and Nkelists

..

)orothy ,Canfielda"

MARCH
SIXTH

Hlamlin'' arland AC
Twenty-Seven!
APIL
Alf red Kreymbourg Twoi
ALL THREE LEC TURFS $1.00 and $1.25j
SANG.LEADMISSOON. Sc nod 75c
Eder Auspices of AMERICAN ASSCIATIONS of
U NIVERSITY WOMEN and. "WHIMSIES"

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