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___________TH4E MICHIGAN D AIL' FR AYtMA

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of j
the University. Copy received until 3:3.0 V. m. (11:30 a. mn. Saturdwy.)
Volume ; FRBIDAYS 3IARCII 2, 1923 :1 umhlr 109
Houme Presidenits:
The regstration slips for signing oiJtt at night during February arie due
and should be handed in to the Dean's office Immediately.
JEAN HAMILTON, Dean of Women.
Dlean's Advisory Committee, College of GLteratutre, Science, and the Arts:
There will be a meeting of the D~ean's Advisory Committee Friday,
Mlarch 2, at.4 'p. m. in my office.
JOAN 1R. EFFING E1.
Zoolog,,y 1%
Those absent from examination at the end of the first semester will
meet in. Room 229, Naturacl Science Building, Saturday, March ', at 9 a. m.
A. FRANKLIN SHIJLL.'
Zoology g ( volution):
Those who were absent from examination at ithe end of the first se-
mester will meet in Room 229, Natural Science building, Saturday, March
3, at 9 a. mn. A. FRANKLIN SHULL4.
Suimmer Session, Surveying 3:
All students intending to elect Surveying 3 next summer will meet in
the 'West Lecture Rimx of the Physics P3uilding atx 4 p. m.L, Friday, March 2,
to hear the plans for the season's work. H B. MERRICK.
It hetorte 4, Mr. Roelof's Sewtlons :
Because of illness I shall not meet my classes on Friday. Regular
work of themes and notebooks should be carried on as usual.
11. D. ROELOES.
]:cotiattnlcs 38:.
Examination for tho4e who did not take the final last semnester wll
1x- held from-9-12 Saturday, March 3, in Room 5 Economics.
W. A. PATON.
Engli~sh 1 , 18:
Makeup examinations in the first semiester courses, in Browning and
The Novel will be given Saturday, March 3, at 9 a. inx. in Roomn 208 Tappan
Hall. LOUIS A. STRAUJSS.
FXILtIoii2 of Chdi o Tribune Building Coiipetitalon Drawings:
Au exhibition, of the competition drawings submitted for the new Chii-
cago Tribune Building will be shown in Alumni Memorial Ihall during the
latter part of theafternoon of Monday, March 5, all day Tuesday, March 6,
and Wedne day forenoon, March 7. EMIL LORCIH.
vargs iy.Blind:
Special for Detroit Concert leaves Hluron Street Station 4:10 p. i. Fri-
day. nform-fu ll dress with cape --Racks--March Books.
WILFRErJ WILSON, Director.
Alpha ? u:I
There will be a debate Friday, March 2, at 7:30 p. mn. on the sub-
ject: "fltsolved, that the commission form of government including a city
manager should replace the mayor-council plan in our cities." After the
regular debate the floor will be open to any visitors or members who have
view~s on the subeject that they wish to express.
ELMER SALZMAN. l

EIGT SUDNTS
EIH TDIN SPEAKING T

F INALkS I'7 ANNUALI
S ANEOUSA'ONTESTV
!HELDl) RSD[j5
Eight persons were chc!
in this semlester's exte
contest from the 19 who ti

inriI me:ster's competition will be permit-1 FOWL4ER W IENS ENTIONt IN ity, and the second being won by W"
CHOSEN ted to participate for the Charles NATIO'NAL IWSI()HN CONTEST Curtis of Willilamstown, Mass.
M~baurice Atkinson prize of $30 and a'
HTI ea.i hsconettehretA Fowler, intutoCnhinese Students fV (give Social
9i Uldcnetnsaerqiedt rt rhtcua dso nte'rhtc All Chinese students are invited to
! caton n hesubject of"Student rhtcuadeinnteacie-
I Carctr orWorld Citizenship, Spir-I tural college, was oneox ihtcn .atn heifra social of the Chi-
EXEMOR aalan Mra".Thseortinsar testants to receive honorable mention
~ L E to he handed into the oratory depart-II at 8 o'clock tomorrow night in Lane'
)AY ment, and are to be presented before in, the recent cover design comipeti- hall. More than .a hundred students
the public in a contest to b)e held tion conducted 'by the "House B~eauti- are enrolled in the society at the pre-
sen to speak the second Friday in Mlay. ful". More than 1,450 desi.-m-~ wereE sent time, andi it is hoped that some
Fcuporaneous ; - - su~bmitted, the first prize b~eingI definite Christian fellowship wvorkc may
tried out yes- E-XVNEERS A.ND ABRHTEC iS s awarded to E. Millard of New York be taken tip this semester. ,

VICTOR ALLMENDI.NGER
PIANO TUNING1
School of MIusic Tuner
PHtO:NE 306A
jWiic e at Re-s., 418 N. Division St.
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RIDER'S PEN. SHOP
The fozutain of pen sati -
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terday afternoon in ,lason hall. Four- MJUST REGISTER UND)ER LAI)'.
~minute speeches on several phases of_
the subject, "1+ raf(ce's Invasion of the
3Rohr Valley"' were given by the con-! Candidates tor, registration as archi-!
estants.; tects, engineers, andl surveyors under
Thos piced t giv tals inthe the state law are requested to file their;
final contest which will be held next; appfications with the '141chigan State
Thursday night in University Hall Board of Examiners for the registra-
were: Hl. C. Clark, '24, H. W. Glas- tion of architects, engineers, and sur-
gow, '241, H. K. Latta, '24, B~. V L-' veyors in room 420, 508 Griswold
son, '24, Marguerite May; '25, 1). RI. street, Detroit. Examinations will be
Sohn, '25, M. H. Specter, '25, and M. given at the University on April 12, 13,
H1. Pryor, '24, and 14. It is essential that all appli-
In the contest next Thursday night cations be sent in immediately as cer-
a silver loving cup will be given to the lain departmrents condluct examina-
winner, and a book will will be given to tions only on special request. Blanks
the one taking second place. The and any information may be procured
three persons who placed in last se- at the main office in Detroit.
nmester's extemporaneous contest and -
Athe three who will place in this se- Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

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WHAT'S. GOING ON
NOTIC9--copy for thi column should 1
o~e ubmitted by 6:30 o'Jock of
tbe day befuro Publication.
FRIDAY
9:30-A-.ssociatin of American Medi-I
cal colleges meets in upper reading
room. of the Union.
12 15.Lawfaculty lunch in thle Pri-
vate dining room of the Union.
4:00--Pliiers' club Meets its room 2: ,,
Masan. hall.
4:10--Athletic receptaioun ,comintieec
meet's in room '317 'of the Union.
G :00-SUPPcr of ex"Uitive MlAR -of H1-
hartguilldin larir hall.

ing shown in the west gallery of
Alumni, Memorial hail. Open dlaily
through March 10.
S. f fM. Students' I
E Recital Toni g ht
Pupils of Mrs. Emma Fischer Cross
of the piano faculty of the University'
School of Music will appear in recit-
al at 7:30 o'clock tonight in the
School of Music auditorium. Vocal
student~s of Miss Nora B. Wetmnore
will assist in. the program.
rThe following will 'be .rendered:
March........Scotson Clark
Quartette (two pianos)
ArmeliA Goodrich, Jane Purfieldl,
.Dorothea .Reichle, 1Helen (lonlder
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~ :0-J~chI b ppil oftheScholSo ' tain C major ...........Mozart
of Mlusic in the auditorium of the (first movement) Second piano
school. accompaniment by Mrs. Cross
Gladys Zebbs
SATURDAY Warrior's Song .. ........... Hellerl
0410--Assoclation of American Nedlie. Iolish Dance ...... .... Scharwenka
al colleges meets in upper reading tArmelia Goodrich I
room of the Union. Valse in F. sharp. minor.....Gurlitt
12:15---Delta Gamama lunch in room I (two. pianos)
318 of the Union. Mary and Katherine Evans
2:30---ahnce' in the Union given by the Saltarello Caprice ..... .....Lack
Saginaw club. Music Box...............Jacobs B~n
S:30--Sigma Apha Iotsadinner in Helen Goulder Green
room 319 of the Union. Angels Ever Bright and Fair...Handel'
0:00-Theta tfIm dinner in room :318 Pale Moon . ................. Logan
o'teUin Anna Gabler
4:00--Pi Kappia Alpha dinner In room1 Prelude in C sharp minor ......... .
323 of the Union. I.......... "................Rachmaninoff
ti:00"-ScabbmaA d nd Blade dinner iii Celia. west
the private dining room 'of the Un- In, Au'tumn........... Moszkowhs i:
ion., Sc hertan do ......Carl Beeecher
S:40-a- ichigan haskeiball giime Lucille Bartholomew
in Waterman gymnasium. Quartette-Minuett. ....Scharwenka
8 :30-G6rcater 1t murk club meets In Celia West, Frances, Stryker,
room 302 of the Union. Armelia Goodrich, Helen Green
-.To Spring..........Grieg
V-NOICESDorr Legg
All t'nted,gtate s War Veteranis' Bur. )' Calm as the Night .... ..Bohmi
eau men should report to Miss Beck1 Deep River (Negro Spiritual) .Burleigh
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National cliurnh conference begins Dan se Negro ............. Cyril Scott
in Lane hall today, to last three I Mrs. L. C. Reimann
daya.I Festival Procession........ Jeusen
An exhibiion of oil painting', water!1 (Quartette)
colors, and etchinags by Hlayley Lev- liehen Metzger, Lucille Bartholo-
er, G. 11. Baker,'J. J. Haffner, R. F. :new~, Mrs. L. C. Reimann, Mrs.
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