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_____________ ____ TI TE MICI-HGAN DAIL'~

_ _ .

DAILY-
IPublication in1
the University,
Voluame 3,

tO,.I' ,A e Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
Copy received until 3:.10 p. m. (11: 30 a. m. Saturday.)
THRSDAY, MARCH 8 9 WYnumber' 114

To Students, Xemnbers of the Faculty, and Offieers of the trniverlty:
At the mzeetink of the Board of Regents held Feb. 23, the following
actioni with regard to the administration of student loan funds was taken.
Attention is culled 'especially to the last two paragraphs which indcate
how application, phoutd 'be made and the method of acting upon requests.
"Be- lved, That the Regents' suggest to future donors of loan funds
that they dire such funds subject to exRisting University regulations regard-
tug the=1n io provided in the plan given below.
"Resolve4, further, That when possible and expedient the Regents ask
the donors of existing funds to mnlke such mnodifications of the conditions
under which loans are to, be adinistered tlat they may all be subject
to t~he samne general planx.
"Resolved, further, That all loa~n funds contribted l 4V inivoi stty'
classes shall be comtbined In a fund to be known as the Alumni Loan Fund'
and admiistered as a unit, the names of the various classes contributing
to it, arranged according to the school or college, to be published in the
1ist of donors to the fund, and that the various classes which have estab-
lished loam funds be requested at their next reunion to agree to such an
arrangement, ,it being understood that the University Committee on Loan
Funds will admilnister the comibined fund in the interest of all departments
contributing thereto.
"Resolved, further, Tha-t all loan funds given by individuals or in mean-
My of lndividualA shall when so desired be kept separate anti so admilnis-
tered.
"Rslvd further, That all ap'plications for leans from men be made
in the offl e of the Dean of Studeuts where applicatlonj blanks, will be furn-
ished. Women .should apply to the Dean of Women.
"Resotred, futher, That the Regents authorize a University Committee
on Stujdet Loans, to consist, of the Dean of Students% the Dean of Women,
the Treasurer of the 'university, and one representative from each school
or college,, such representative to be _appointed by their respective Deans.
The Dean of (3tudento ohaill act as chairman of the committee and the Treas-
urer as secretary. Tthis cmittee shall. hold stated meetings in October,
November, Jnuary, qad February of each year, and at such other times
as may be necessary. All loans 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 futnd. The wmnmittee shall report to
each schooA or college at the beginning of each semester the funds which
are available to students from that departnienL The. coMmittee shall an-
nually report to each donor of such funds, or his representative, the use to
which the fund has been put during the year."
SHIRLEY W. SMITH, Secretary..
Notie to Ali Orgafnizationis and Others Concerned:
Ile "inning- Monday, March 112, general outdoor sales of tickets mner-
chand :c, tags, or anything else will not be permitted, upon the Campus
except on express permission of the, undersigned, which will in turn be
~based :upon approval by the Dean of -Men or the, Dean. of Women.' In.
no case will, perintlasion be given to set up booths,. wigwamns, shacks, or
outtdoor bulletins, placards, or other advertising Matter.
SHIRLEY W.. SMITIL
Secretary of 'the University.
ProspeetUre Tex lsen-; Frolled -04hi Bureau of Appointments;
All ptuo1ent enrolled with the Bureau, of Appoitmebnts .who have not
.)hearty 'Pflld out a location blank. for this semester should do so this
week. Offce hours are troni 10:30, t6'12:00 and 2:30 -to 3:30 daily, with
the exeej~tion~ of Saturday afternoon.
MARGARET CAMERON,. Secretary.
Auerlean Cheiacal Soceiety IU. of M..Section:
Dr. J. E. Harris of the Western D1lectric Company,, formnerly of the De-
r,;rti-Knt :of C'hnistry, University of Michigan, will give a& demonstrated
lecture on "The Electron, at Work", Tuesday, March %3 at 3 p. mn. in the
Chemial Amphitheatre.
All interested aro invited to attend.
C. C. MELOCIIE, Secretary.

*Extemporaneous Speaking Contest:
s The students of public speaking will discuss "France's Invasion of the
Ruhr" this evening at 8 o'clock in U niversity Hall. The public is invited.
J1. K. DUNN. Chairman, Local Contests.
DAILY TO AGAIN ISSUE
"fl'I1AT 'S G0 1N G ON ! DIRECTORY SUPPLIEM ENT
______________________________ Following a custom instituted
NOTICE-Cop for this column should Isome time ago, The Daily will
Py ' Ipublish a directory supplement
be submitted by 5:80 o'elotk of to correct changes made at they
the dajy before publication, beginning of the second senes-i
Iter. The supplement will lastf
THUCRSDIAY all changes in address and will1
19:15 --Dental faculty lunch in private I also contain the names of those
dining room of the Union. who cane to the University injt
l2:l4-English d;martment iun<ch In! I February.
room 319 of the Unon. j In order that the lists may be
4 :003--Tryouts for two plays to be giv- 1 compiled as soon as possible and
en by Hobart guild report at Harris printed within a short time,
hall.I those who wish to be listed aret
4:00--Players' dub meIni rcixi 05.1 requested to fill out the coupon
Mason hall. below and mail to the office of1
6:00--Civil engineering staff dinner In AdessDretoyldior
'private dining room of the Union.dres Dicty Eio,
7 :00-Glee club meet; In upper read. care of Michigan Daily, PressI
iing room of the Union. building.I
7 :30--Student council meets in roomS
302 of the Union.
' 1:80---Chevdeal Engineering society sNamie. ...... ...............
meets in Natural Science auditor-
hun,>I Class ......................
7 :--fun and Blade club meets In
room 318 of the Union. All Veter-i Address ....................
ans' bureau students are eligible for
membership and are urged to at-:I Phone ..................... I
tend. 1
7L0- . Willey gives Spanish lee. hHome town................. .
ture on "A Visit to Mexico," in room . Old address .......... ........
203, Tappan hall. (I_________________
8 :00-Boxing show at Waterman gym.---- -"...
nim.jWmga ie SENiIOR ENGINEERS TO HEAR
therfoteaneeADDRESS BY PROF. REED
FRIDAYProf. Thomas B. Reed of the depart-1
1205---Law facUlty lunch In private; ment of political science, a recognized
dining room of Union. authority on city government, will ad-
4 :41--Players' club1 meets In room -Oa,, dress a meeting of the Senior engin-

eoring class at 9 o'clock tomorrow Ford to Lecture in Detroit Try Our Busineps en's Luncli
morning in room 345 of the Engineer-4 Prof. W. B. Ford of the mathematics t1:OE- PA0KER'S
tug building.a department is in Detroit today where SEL P'AKD E'S
Prof. Reed has chosen for his top- h le will deliver an illustrated lecture Kennedy's Orchestra.
ic, "The Engineer and the ?Modern before the Mathematics club on "Mathi- 11:30 -,,,4:00
City." _erratical, Historical Pisa, Italy". Cornwell Cowl Bldg.

IT'S COME!
ATEXTBO0-K
WHICH YOU HAVE NOT BEEN ABLE TO GET,
CAN BE HAD NOW AT
SUNIEST
BOOKSTORE

I

Meison nall.
7 :S- Alpha Nu meets in Alpha N it
rooms, fourth floor, university hall.
8:00-C hora.l Union concert in Hill au-
ditorium.
r-NOTICES1
An exhibltion of oil paintings, water
colors, and etchings by Ilayley Lev-
ey', G. IHI Baker, J: J. Haffner, R. F.
Logan, 'and ft. C. Tuttle is now be-
ing shown in the west gallery of
Alumni Memorial hall. Open daily
through March 10.,
Settlor 18d must order their canes at,
Wagner's before March 24.
An exhibltlen oi= the comnpetitionJ druw-
Eings for the new Chicago Tribune
building w.ill be shown i klunnl
Memorial hall today.
Westerners' club mneeting postponed to
Wednesday; March 14.'
8 pasty for Presbyterian students liv-
ing in and south of Grand Rapids
with the exception of Wayne and
IWashtenaw counties will be held
Saturday evening in the Presbyter-
ian -church.
Six reel motion picture on "The Man-
ufacture of Rod and Wire," furnish-
ed by the Page Steel and Wire corn-
pany, Natural Science auditorium

STARTS MARCH
SUN. 11th SUN.}
C"ARUES
CIIPLI
HIS ONLY RIVAL TO
"=THE KID,"

The Chemical Eniginering Soelety:
Announces a~ Motion Pictin'e of theE
shown in Natural Science Auiditorium, 'I
to tho Campus, eve-ryone invited. Will be
Ecouomics I Makeup Etanition :
A iiake-up exanination for those wi
11 willfbe gfven Satuirday at Mp. m irfI R
othier make-tip will lie give.n.
Sophomore Eligineers:
..Tere will be 'ilanImportant' meeting
I riday, March 0., at 10 'a. in. Roo6m, 348E
mnole Bniineer should make .a Special ei
Tke Gum amdi Mde Club:
The; regnlar meeiing ofl the Gun and IY
Ing room of the Michigan ..Union at 7:31
Veterans' Bureau students are eligible f
attEnid as this. is anlorganization of fvp<

A.Ve getaria
for Vevet
(A n Ideal Leni,

at 7:30 oclock. Th, le paic invited.' ANI)IN ADDITION
Steele Rod and Wire Industry to be -T__________ ____ 'ECHICO0LOR
rhursday Evening, March S. Fred A new era, in moving idctimres. A
} accomapanied by 'a lecturer. SENIOR LIT DUIES M1UST BE dramaitim te Orient., photographed
i . . OF'I'JEN.'PA┬▒ID I IIEC'TLY Inthe FTRUE clorso
; ...-. . tin aure.
-- 411Al memibers of thro senior lit- ________________
-coois erary class who have not yet#j
ha received caAition in Ecnmis a i ti dues; amounting to fI ABSOLUTE'1LY TILE BIG-
.oom 4SEng.;Bldg. Psitvely no - 3.&0 for tMeentire year, should j GS VLEEEROFR
I''- A.'3JIRDO ll. ' j do ,so ininedlately. Make checks i . ED BY ANY THEATRE IN
payale o flrto. E.DunopANN ARBOR OR VICINITY,
'eastreasurer, 1617 Wahi ICUDN DT-Ir
g- of thle Soaphomore ,ilgine0ers on ~ vne
rigineering Buld ing. ,Every, Sophto-
Pfort to -be present. : - -
C. .WILSON, Mentor,
liade Clul w wilbe' held i ~thenda~- S u en s Supp y Store
10 p. i. Thursday; March 8. All
for membership and are urged to -1111 South University Ave,
ortance to. such students..
*JOHN A. BOYCE.
Engineers and Architects' Materials
hh~h~~hhII~h~h~h~hIhh'i~iihIhhI~hI~Stationery,. Fonti Pens, Loose Leaf Books
- - - -Cameras and Supplies
Lfl Ii nne r V Candies, Laundry Agency,'tobaccos
artans _____ __
*rSr
lost of- - -.
at
.w .r
- ~ : St Parick's Day:
'app mae u Dne2 arch 17th
Special Candies
with the-aid of .photography. Shm okIerra
gby being able: to re-create. h m ok-c ra
..- -
f remember that. for 18, years a
vice and satisf action at
a r,

WHITE 5WAN WIE WN
uWuHITE SWAN*
CLEANERS
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Drastic Cut in Rates on

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Cleaning.

THlE PLACE- ,UT
TO EADR]ESS-

Block and H alfEi~

Regular P'rice NOW'
For Cleaning and Pressing
3-piece Suit
Special Arrangements with Fraternities,
Sororities and House Clubs

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"The rags ihdat make ush
Perpetuate those Happy moments
Make your asodtims evedastinj
thee thru the inedium ,of pictures.
And in having these. pictures mach
Mich'igan students- have found ser

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