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the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
Copy reeied until 3: 3(1p. m. (11: 30 a. m. Saturda5y.)
WEDNESDAYS MARCH 7, 1923 Number 113

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To the beans:
There will be, a conference of the Deans Wednesday, March 7, at
10 a. m. M. L. BURTON.
To Students,- New-ers of thte Faculty, and Officers of the U11iversity:
At the meeting off the Board of Regents held Feb. 23, the following
action with regard to the administration of student loan, funds was taken.
Attention is called specially to the last two paragraphs which indicate
how application 43hould be made and the method of acting upon requests.
"ReSOlved, That the Regents suggest to future donors of loan funds
that they give such funds subject to existing University regulations regard-
ing themn c.~ provided in the plan. given below.
"Resolved, furthler, That when possible and expedient the Regents askc
the donors of existing funds to make such modifications of the conditions
under which loans are to be administered that they may all he subject
to the same general 'plan.
"Resolved, further, That all loan funds contributed by University
classes shall he combined in a fund to be known as the 'Annual Loan Fund"
and administered as a unit, the names of the various classes contributing
to it, arranged according to the school or college, to he published in the
iist of donor's to the fund, and that th~e various classes which have estab-
lished loan funds be requested at their next reunion to agree to such an
arrangemnent, it being understood that the University Committee on Loan
Pond~s will admiister the combined fund in the interest of all departments
contributing thereto..
"Resolvedl further, That all loan funds given by individuals or in memn-
ory of individuas shall when so desired be kept separate and so adminis-
tered.
"Resolved, further, That all applications f'or loans from men be made
in the office of the Dean of Students where applicationj blanks will be furn-
ished. Women- should apply to the Dean of Women.
" W.,.olrved, further, 'That the Regents authorize a University Committee
on Student, Loans, to, consist of the Dean of Students, the Dean of Women,
the Treasurer of the University, and one representative from each school
or colleges. such representative to be appointed by their respective D~eans.
Trhe Dean .of Students shall act as chairman of the committee and the Treas-
urer as secretary. This committee shall hold stated meetings in October,
November, January, and February of each year, and a~t such other times
as may be necessary. All leans shall be made in regular meetings of the
committee, after a personal appearance of the applicant, and in accordance
with any special provisions of the fund. The committee shall report to
each school or, college at the beginning of eachx semester the funds which
are available to, student~s from that depairtment. The committee shall an-
nually report to each donor of such funds, or his representative, the use to
which tko fuAnd s been put during the year."
SHIRLEY W. SMITH, Seeteary.
Lecture by the Peria rmm inister:
His Excellency, Mirza Hussein Khan Alai, the Minister from Persia
to the United 'States, will give an address on "Persia. from the International
p'oint of View" at 4:15 p. m, sharp, Wednesday, March 7, in Room B of the
Law Building. The, University public is cordially invited to attend.'
H1. M. BATIEs."

Twil ighit Organi Recitals, Discontined :
The Wednesday afternoon Twilight Organ Recitals will be discon-
tinued until further notice.
" CHAR LES A. SIN K, Secretaryv.
Zoology 3a (Heredity) :
The examination Thursday, March 8, at 9 a. m. will be held in three
rooms as follows: The Monday and Wednesday ;section will meet in Natural
Science Lecture Room. Of the Tuesday and Thursday section those as-
signed to seats in Rows 'A to L inclusive will go to Room B, Law Building;3
those in or behind Row M will meet in West Gallery (2d floor) Alumni Ale-j
morial Hall. A. FRANKLIN SHULL.
Econo-ndcs 1E:
j The lecture this week will b~e held in Room 411, Eng. Bldg. instead of
Room 348. P,,.A. BRADF ORD.
Piosoplly:
Another make-up examination in Phil. 4x will be given Saturday,
jMarch 10, at 2 p. m. in room 106 Mason Hall. WM. Mv. TRAP. +
Romance Club:
Regular monthly luncheon of the Romance Club, Union, Room 319,E
12:15, Wednesday, March 7. A. G. CANFIELD.
English IDepartment:I
The English Department will meet for luncheon at the Union on Thurs-
da~y, March S, at 12 o'clock. W. R. JUMPHREYS.
jJour1nalism:
I will not meet my classes today. Written work will be due Friday.
J. L. DRUMM.
AlphiaNu:
All Freshmen mnmiers or pledges of Alpha Nu are urged to begin
preparing a.t once on the question for the inter-society Freshman debate:
"Resolved that a federal law requiring the nomination of presidential can-
didates by direct primaries to be held simultaneotmly throughout the
United States should be adopted. All speeches should be on the negative
I side of the question and preferably on some one phase of it. Speeche3
will he six minuites~ in. length. The try-outs will take place Thursday eve-
ning, March 1s, at 7:30. The next meeting of the society will be Friday,
1March 9, at 7:30'. ELMER SALZMAN.
IPilSigmna:
There will be a meeting of Phi Sigma in room Z 231 N. S., at 7:30 p. M.I
Wednesday evening, March 7.
L. E. WEHMEYER, S"c.-Treas.
ICosmoolitan Club:
Professor Brand Blanshard speaks of his work and travels in the
IFar East during the late war, at Wesley hall, Thursday, March 8, at 7:30
p. xm. An important business meeting follows. All foreign students are
urged to be presenit. J. A. C. HILDNER.
Vrity Rand:
ReglarRelhearsal--University, Hall Auditru 7 p. m Wednesday,
Marh 7. Appointments for the Concert Band will be made by the Director.
WILFRED WILSON, Director.

C-NOiTICES lattliewv to Give TLast Lecture TodayjI Dispersion of Tertiary Animals."
An exhiblition of oil paintings, water D r. William Diller Mlatthew, cur- -----
colors. and etchings by Hayley Lev-I ator of vertebrate animals in the Am- Quadrangle Meets Tonight
er, O. lH1. Baker, . .5.Haffner, R. F. erican Museum of Natural History at Quadrangle society will meet to-
Logan, and R. C. Tuttle is now be-j New York city, will deliver the last of! night at 8 o'clock at the home of Prof.'
ing shown in the west gallery of h1is series of lectures at ;4 :15 o'clock U. B. Phillips, 1954 Cambridge road.
Alumni Memorial hall. Open daily! this afternoon in room 214 of the Na- Prof. A. E. Wood will address th'
through March 10. tural Science building. The topic for. meeting upon the subject, "The Comn
enitr ds ustordr teircans a }this lecture will be "The Evolution and munity"
Wagner's before March '24.
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iP esterners' club mh itiin g'post ponied to If.
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Lecturos in Biology:
The Department of' Zoology announces three illustrated lect ures on
paleontology by, Dr. W. D. Matthew, Curator of Vertebrate Paleontology of
the American Museum of Natural History. The technical lectures will be
given in Room 214, N. S. Bldg., At 4:15 Monday and Wednesday, March 5 and
7. The subject for the technical lecture 'is, "The 'Evolution and, Dispersal
of the Tertiary Animals". Thef public lecture will be given Monday evening,
March 5, at 8 p. i., in the N. S. Auditorium. The subject for the public l
lecture is "The E~volution and Dispersal of the Dinosaurs".
A. FRANKLIN SIJULL. I
Lecture, Tihe Applications of Physies InIMediine:4
Professor H. B. Williams of the Department of Physiology Columbia 4
University, will lecture upon this sub jest, Wednesday March 7, at 4 :15,
West Lecture .Room, Physical Laboratory. If. M. RANDALL.
Illustrited ete :
Dr. PewerH. Goldsmith of the,'Institute of International Education will{
deliver an illustrated lecture upon "Brazil in the Hour of Her Majority",
Wednesday, March 7, at 4:15 p. mn., Natural Science Auditorium, ender the
auspices of the International Relations Club. R. T. CRANE.
Choral Union .Concert:
Guy Maier and Lee Pattison pianists, will give the following prograin f,
for two pianos, in'. ill Auditorium, Frid'ay evening"at' 8i o'clock:
Fantasia and fugue in A minor (Bach-Bauer), Prelude, Fugue and Va-
riation Cesar Franck, Scherzo, Op. 87 (Saint-Saens) ; Variations on a
theme by Beethoven (Saint-Saens) ; Barcarolle (Rachmaninoff), 'upazzetti
(Castilla.) (to be played without pause) L Serenade, 2. Berceuse, 3. Polka;
Valse (Areusky),. Scherzo (Arensky) A Jazz Study (E. B. Hill), The Orgy-
(Iljiusky). CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.
- ~Modern Social Work ..
. Requires the. Psychiatric Approach
hid'Psychiatric Social Workers ==
CidWelfare Workers Community Service Workers
Visiting Teachers Probation Officers
Attendance' Officers Famcily Case Workers.
Medical Social Workers
Session Olpens-Jduly 5, 1923
_ Smith College School for Social Work
College Hall 14, Nortlthalnpton, Mass.
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______________7:30-Prof.'1i P. Tilley speaks before
first semiester students in Natural
WH TS GO IN G ON Science auditorium. i ir ________
W I7I ?30--i'del'of De~oltmy melsoin lial.
NOTICE-Cop for this column should in Pattengill auditoriun}.
be submitted by 5:30 W'elock of 8 :00--Phmnyels' club performfance 1in HERBERT R. HARTZELL RAYMOND R. GOLDBpERG
the day before purblicavtiofl. Sarah Caswell Angel hall,
:1t-3I'imncs performnce at Mimes
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12: l5-Roma.'we clumb luiic' inl roo11r THUR:SDAY x ' lfZELL md~~ 1 ,' h no .=
319 o~the Uion. 2:1;*-pental facuty lunch in private
I:-Tickets to lihe Sophomore I IPrinnooomf h Uin
given out in the Union. ra:, -gng ' 1 eparlnmnt suici m
4 :IZ-Oz'gan recital in lill auditor. ,, . 319 of the Union.
um I1-R eralo i'rasjongs¢:00-Plipyrs' club meets in rooni 2 0 ,-
in1-roomhea20l5, Uniershll. n Mason 1all.
in15-ro.mI205,.Uilrital ~l 6 :00-Civll engineering staff inuner in A Most Ineresting Dspay
I~l-I'af.It.R. iliam, o Conna jprivate dining room of the Union
bi university, lcue n"Ap~ply ! :03-Glee lub meets in upper read.' =N ew Spring Stylesysc i edcne'' nfor isro fth no.-Y oung ws etr ro fPyisb1en?~ Suen oni et i om S y e
ing. j302 of the Union.-
S :O--Meeting of A. 1. E. E. in room 7 :30-Chemical Engineering soeeti - ALLENEL HOTEL
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6:00-Law-school dinner in tne assem- ans' bureau students are eligible for
bl alo h no.membership and are urged to at-!= In addition to Suits and Topcoats in a
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the ppe redin rom o th Un 203, Tappan hall.
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