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TI IW MICHIGAN DAIL )

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DALY OFFICIAL DULLETINI
' PubihcatCA In ti" Bulletin is constructive -notice to all member of
this Unriverity. Copy received until 83:0 D. i. (11:30 a. m. Satwday.)
Vume a ' TUESDAY, MARCH 0, 192= Nm1e' 112
T;lo the beants:
ITere will be a conference of the Deans Wednesday, March 7, at
10 a,.m M. L BURTON.
fetate .Council:
Tre next regular meeting of the Senate Council will be held on Mn-
da March 12, at 4:16~ p. i., in the President's office.
9 F. E. ROBBIS, Secretar.
. tily women:
Dean Hamilton will be at home to University Women at 1122 1111l Street
from 4 to 6 olock every Tuvesday 'in March, beginning March 6.
£ ngneerng Exhbt
Members of the Faculty who were students during some one or more of
athe exhib)its'back in,1912-14 are requested to communicate at once with W.
A. Cotton, 25 Forest Avenue. The qustion of an Exhibit this year is un-
der consideration. M. E. COOLEY.
..,7ectnre, Tihe Appleadons of Physicss In Miediine:S
Proesor H. B. Williams of the Department of Physiology Columbia
rUniversity, 'wlt leture upon this sbjet, Wednesday March 7, at 4:15,
'Wst Lecture "Room Physical Laboratory. H. M. RANDALL.
llnatrated Lectr:
Dr. Peter . Goldsmith of the Institute of International Education will
deliver 0n llustrated lecture upon "Brazil in the hour of Her Majority",
Wedeersday, kMarch 7 at : 1.p. in., Natural Science Auditorium, under the
auspices of theIo nternational Relations Club. R T. CRANE.
Lcri$iesil JWloyF:
T he Department of Zoology announces three illustrated lecturs on
paleontology by Dr. W. D. k ttew,. Curator of Vertebrate Paleontology of
the Aerican ;lueum -of Natural Histry. The technical lectures will be
give nIn Room _214, Z. S. Bldg, at 4:15 Monday and Wednesday, March 5 and
7. T~e sube t r te tchnical lecture Is, "The Evolution and Dispersal
- f thie Ter tiary Animal. The public lecture will be given Monday evening,
March z, at ,8 p. nr, in the N. S. Auditorium. The subject for the public
lecture is " the Evyo ution and Dispersal of the Dinosaurs".
A. FRANKLIN SULL
To Meombers Of. te 'irershiy and the (eeral Public:
You "areo nvted to attend the ~niversity lecture on the subject "Euro-
:peanGardens" by John C. Wister, President of the American Irfs Society
and.,Seretary of ~he American Rose Society. This lecture, which will be
yplendlttly illustrated, Is to be given Tuesday, March 6th, at 8 P. M. in the
Wtest Crilery of Alumni Memorial Hall. "AIBREY TEALDI.
Sigma j,1 and Junior Researh Club:
,. A Jout Meeting of the local chapter of Sigma XI and of the Junior Re-
sarch Cub Will be held Tuesday, March 6, at 8 P. ~. in the Natural Science
iSdtorfiur.n.,Professor R: I. Curtis will speak on the subject of "Stellar
vv q-,.Mehfrs may bring guests.
ca, 5. R. GUILD, Se'y. Sigma Xi
0. M. BROWN, Sec'y. Junior Research Club.
Sge odatu4 Sin * etrIcal Eginer ig:
- Tli Waner Electric Corporation of Saint Louis, Missouri, are offer-
ing a. spcl apprrentice course for el etrial engineering students. Those
who s.r iliarested can obtain further information from Professor Cannon
ormyl. BENJ. F. BAILEY.
~letaei a l ai eoruicl Engineers:
Mr. poiylr ino the General Electric Company of Schenectady, Nw , York,
will be in Room 274 Tuesday and Wednesday, March 6 and 7, for the pur-
pose'of inter viewing students of mechanical and electrical engineering who
would tike tq-attain employment with the General ElectricCompany.
BENJ. F. BAILEY.
]'roiis Or IPrlers Classes in Philoso py:
Because of illness, I will e unable to meet my classes in Philosophy
this wee -k D . H. PARKER
11 Jde 14de up examination in English 24 will behld in Room 6, Ulni-
vrSity 14a11l,"on 5Saturday March 10 ,at 9 (oclock.
W. R. -IilMHREYS.
ur. Pattersons class in FPrench 42 which has been meeting in Room A
Aluno i*M4,nt lal on Tues. and Thurs., will meet after this (begning
k rsr i Room.n281 NS. at the regular time.
ti WANNER l. PATTERSON.
1r'lryseaIColoquliamg*
At 4:15 ,Tueday N. Ht.Williams will speak on Phase Relations in V. T.
Power.Circuts{. I M. RANDALL.
RItuane,.Club;
Ileguar' monthly,- luncheon of the Romance Club, Union, Room 319,
12: to, Wednesday, March 7. A. G. CANFIELD.

Society will be held Wednesday evening, March 7, at 7:15 in the Society
Rooms. WILLIAM A. COTTON, JR.. Presid(,r*.

Sopahomore Prom tickets -v ill be sold Lose something? A classified in
today and tomorrow in the Union. the Daily will find #t.--Adv.
All sophomnores are asked, to call to
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lnterfrateruity Confierence:
I A regular meeting of the Interfra
evening. Mlarch 6, in Room 302 of the
To Students Interested inu Public Speak
You are urged to attend a banquet
day evening, March 4, at 5:30 o'clock.
volunteer your service;3 in Student Ext
value to you in practical public speaki
'to All Students Interested Ili Public SI:
''All students interested in practice
tend the meeting, of Adelphi House of
night in the Adelphl room fourth floor
membership will be received at that ti
to become acquminted with the nature
the program.
Cosmopolitan Club:
Professor Brand Blanchard speal
Par East during the late war, at Wes]l
p. mn. An important business meeting
urged to he present.
IWHAT'S G0ING ON
N'1OTICE--Copy for this colnumn should
be submitted by 5i:30 o'clock of
*the day before l)ublieatlon.
TUESI);tY
12:15,--Nledieal faculty lunch in tire
private dining room of the Union.
2 :00-'Pliket. to thue Soplnioe Prom
given out in the Union.
8 :0-Players' chub, meet~s In room 305,
Mason hall.
4:06-Players' club meets in room 205,
iMasor. hall.
5:00-Clrmes business staff and try-
outs meet in the Press building.
6 :0--Prof. W. 1). Henderson speaks at
Methodist church. Students inter-
ested in extension work invited.
6:04-Prof. 11. C. Sadler speaks at
Tau Beta Pi monthly banquet at
Willet's cafe.
6,:l-Jrnlor engineer Ibanquet in as-
sembly hall of the Union.
7 :80--flee (lii) meets In tho upper.
reading room of the Union.
7 :0- 1Instltute of religions education
ineet . in Lane hall.
7 :130--Cleveland club meets in room
318 of the Union.
7 :30---Alpha Rkappat Psi meets In room
304 oi the Union.
7 :30-SIgma D eltsa Cliimeets in room
306 of the Union.
j :30-Adepihl meets oi ltho fourtl'
floor of University hall.
8:00---Acolyes meet inu room 10f), Na.
sofa hall.'
' :0-Junior Rtesearcelt clumb lectre in
Natural Science auditorium.
:($)--Jomn C. Wister speaks in W{est
gallery of Alumni Memorial hall on
"Some European Gardens."
}:60-Dorothy Canfield' lecetures in
11111 auditorium.

ternity Confcrence will be held this returned appication. o tic~ets will
be sold after Wednesday.
Michigan Union at 7;:15 p. m. nxhbtooftecniiinm(rw- STRICTLY HO0M COOKNQ
HS.ILAIC. 'ings for te new Chicago Tribune q
building will be shown in Alumnti'H L lS
ing; Memorial hal today and tomnorow, ! SUD N
to be held at the M. E. Church Tues- and Thursday forenoon. STU EN
You will be given an opportunity to W-{eterners' club meetinlg pospoed to LU C-1i/jL
tension Work which will be of great Wednesday, March 14. -LUNCH
_n. .C.TUELOD S
ng _ .C TUBOD Rigg's, "Depreciation of Public Uti l 409 EAST JEFFERSON ST.
peakhtg ity Properties" received at War's-
in public speaking are urged to at- juniversity Book store.-Adv. %-
Representatives, 7:30 P. M. Tuesday-
of University Hall. Applications for r___________________________________
ime and also a chance for new men -
of the practice in speaking given by St r
DONALD 0. COOK, Speaker.St d n s up l S or
ks of his work and travels in the 111SuhUivriyAe
ey hall, Thursday, March 8, at 7:30-
follows. All foreign students are IR(
J. A. C. 1ILDNER. Engineers and Architects' Materials
1 Stationery, Fountain Pens, Loose Leaf Books
Senior Edi nmst order their canes at Cameras and Supplies 1iNhl
Wagner's before March 24. -
Nlitary bal application blank..;Kill i Candies, Laundry Agency, fobaccos -
be given out from 2 to 6 o'clock
today and tomorrow in the Union.
IT'S COME!
THAT, TEXT BOOK ~T
WHICH YOU HAVE NOT BEEN ABLE TO GET, P
CAN BE HAD NOW AT
W AH RUNIVERSITY-
BOOKSTORE
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WEIN E SDAY
12 sly-Rlomlllce club husch in r-oonai
1319 of the Union.
2:00)--Tickets to tihe Sophomore Prom
given out in the' Union.
1:~A~gurecital fin IfIll auditor.
6:00-Civil enrgineecrinrg staff dinner inn
the union. -
6:00-Law school dinrner in t he assein-
bly hall of the Union.
7 :00- Vreslaman {lee clubi meets ini
th~e upper reading room, of the Un-
ion.
7 :15--Fordg'n stud-entnienbers of the
Engineering society meet in the so-
cie ty rooms. Foreign students in the
1efigineering college are invited.
17 :W-Ordem' or Delifolfly itreets in Ilar.
r;;, hail.
8:00-Phillip Abbas gives 'cello recital
'it Pattengill auditorium.
U.- 0T ICE S
1Anr exhiition of oil paintinigs, wa te]
colors, and1 etchings by Hayley Lev-
er, G. H. Bakser, J. J. Haffner, IR. F
ILogan, and 'R. C. Tuttle is now be-
ing shown in the wvest gallery o:
!Alumni Memorial hall, Open daily
through March 10.
MATC H
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)UR SERVICES?
he facts tonight at the
Church 5:30 O'clock
)f. Henderson.

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Engineering Society:
The second mneeting of, the 'foreign student members .of the Engineering

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