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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN!
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To Treasury Head;
the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
Copy received until 3:20 p. in. (11:30 a. m. 8atiarday.)
FIDAY, MARCH 9, 1923 Nuniber 11
Economics IE fMake-Up Examination:
A make-up examination. for those whp received condition in Economics
1E "will be given Saturday at 2 p. m,. in Room. 345, Eng. Bldg. Pogitivelv no
other make-up will be given. F. A. BRADFORD.
There will'-be an important meeting of the Sophomnore Engineers on
Friday, March 9, at 10 a. mn. Rooma 348 Engineering Building. Every Sopho-
more-Engineer should make a special effort to be present.
C. E. WILSON, Mentor.
Assembly will be held at J o'clock on Friday, March J, in Room 348
of the Engineering Building. Thomnas H. Reed, Professor of Political
Science in the University, will speak upon the work of the engineer in the
development And administration of the, modern. city. it is especially
urged upon members of the Class to be prompt in arriving, as there is
a considerable amount of class business to be attended to.
W. C. ROAD,
More calls have be(
the b~ureau of ap~poin
School of Educationt
candidates available fo
The demand is for te;i
trained in more thano
More than 40 lper ce
come from this state.
however, are receive(
every state in the Uni,
Rico, the Philippines, G
ious foreign countries.
b~er of calls come from
ana, Iowa, Minnesota,
In thne last five years
had 5,926 calls and hi
candidates. In the la
there have been 2107
tions in high school, ar
positions in colleges
ties. With few except
been able to place allc
year. Those for whore
found p)osition1s, have
those who have enrol
been too particular, r
This service is free tt
"and women providedV
ABSEN'TEE VOTERS 'Wisconsin Alumi Reilons Planned miembers, will be the oldest class to
TO Classes of the University ol' Wis- meet.. ________
B LANKS AVAILABLE cousin whose num~erals end in 3 or S
_..-_will holdther reuiosthu iviJne. When you have a want, always let
MA D OAIE8 lc~ton officials have rqetdthat h casof1 , with four livingj a "Daily Classified Ad" satisfy it.-
studlents of the University who are en-
,en received by titled to vote at the spring election on
ntmnents of the April 2 make application for absent
ta thrar.voter's ballots at once. The applica- te
rthpoiinacewho are tioni may be made anytime during the A fte S h v in
ni ujc. 30 (lays preceding the election, at the.
ent of the, calls office of the township, village or city Every Man Likes to UseN
A few calls,; clerk of the home p~recinlct.;
A from alm ost; A pplication blanks w ill be sent frou j o , f o P o t th h m e p c n t to h se w o a lE soSa vn Lto
aaiand var- for them and are to be filled out, sign-E s o S a i g Lt o
.A large numn- ed and sworn to before an officer au-'T. olnRfehn
n Illinois,'Indi- thorized to administer oaths. On re- Its So Coig ersig and Mvildlzy Atiseptic
Ohio, and Wis- ceipt of these applications the clerk
will send the ballots to the absent 35 and 75c$
the. bureau has . voters, who should mark them in ac-
as placed 1,801 cordance with the instructions enclos-
st three. years ed and return them in time for thei i' h E ero.. Sn o
clsfrps-dpsti heblobooftehmnd 530 calls foil precinct before. the closing of the poly~
and universi- on election day. 200-204 EAST LIBERTY STREET
tions they hiave ---
candidates each Lose something? a classified in _____________________________________
theyvej not he Daily will find it.-Adv.
3flit ey Science 6A:
'"lass on Wednesday at 4 p. Mn. will meet in room 348 insteadc
room' 229. WILLIS SHIPPAM,
Major C. A. C. (Dol).
WHAT'S GOING ON
NiOTICF,-Copy for this columnl should
be. sub mItted bey :80 oWelock of
the day before p~ublication.f
9 :00--'Pof. T. B. Reed ad~dresses sen-
ior engineers in room 348 of the
12 : i -La Wmcuty lunch in private
dlining room of Union.
2 :09--Btoa44d of directors, Boosters'
club, meets in room 302, Union:.
4 :00-Playes' club meets in roomii25~,'
7 :W0*~tercoilegiate Zionist associa-
tion iQrets in board of directors
roam, L.ane hall.
' :30 --oloulA Literar~y circle meets In
7 :80,--AlpiA lNu meets in .Alpha q
rooms,Yfourth floor, University hail.
8:00-Choral Union concert In Hill au-
saln exhibition of oil paintings, water I
colors, and etchings by Hayley ILev-;
Ier, O. 11. Baker, J. 3. Haffner, R. F.
Logan, and R. C. Tuttle is, now be-
ing shown in the west gallery of
Alumni Memorial hall. Open 'daily
Ithrough March 10.I
fSenilor Eris must order their canes at,
Wagner's before March 24.
Whinmsies want, tryouts for positionf
Iof bnsiness assistant to handlead
a-vertising. Write care of the Press
building, giving qualifications.
i ...WITN EY
Within the .Actors'. guild itself, no
artist on the stage today takes high-
er rank than Leo Ditrichsteln, who is
appearing at the, Whitney theater on1
Mvonday, March' 12, in "The Purple
Mask." This "master player" is known
as "the creator of a thousand roles."
Such 6 record, for an actor still youing
as present day, reckoning goes, is ,un-
precedented in the American prof es-
McKenzie Moss, deputy commhlission-'
er cf internal revenue and formerly
representative from Kentucky. haa:.
been appointed assistant, secrdtaly oA
the treaaury to succeed Almer 'Dover.
The latter resigned last summer.
A TTHE T11EAT EPIS
f ~ Screen--Today
Arcade-Mae Murray- in "Jazz- '
kmania"; Mr. and Mrs. Carter
Detlaven in "Keep 'Em Home."
I Majestic--"Omnar, the Tentmnak-
er;" comedy and Irwin's Pep
IOrpheum-IHoot Gibson in "The
j Lone Hand;" Paul Parrot inI
"Shoot Straight," and news. Ij
A uerth-Mary Roberts Rhing-
S hart's "Affinities," with Colleenf
Moore; comedy and Pathie
Garrick (Detroit) - Leo Diet-
ricbstein in "'The Purple
IL Maw k."
Shubert- Michigan (Detro-it) -- a
Borfstelle cohhijpav'y in "The
' Bad Mant."j
Patronize Daily. Advert isers.-Adv.
-e chiefly been
led late., have
rhave riot b~een
o Michigan men
hat they enroll
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ti :00-Tr Yogt4 for Adeiphil terary craft a background of romance .and
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roopm, fourth fihor of University fits his personality.
hall, It is not generally known among,
X 1d4-Eo3 c in' Control of Itbletlcs'I theater-goers that Mr. Ditrichsteiu be-
lunch in private dining room of the, gan his brilliant stage experience, as
Union. an operatic artist. He sang the lyric1
,3( -A merlran .Associarton of Uni.- roles of grand and comic opera hero-
varityWone~' te intheassmbl esthrughut~theheyay f oera
bail Iof tbec Union. fote seml comique .iAn Europe, where, he was the
Q:O0iAnnnal banquet of the Baptist idol of the day. His voice-broke un-
guild in Baptist church parlors.j der,,the strains of long seasons, and
President W. Gear Spencer, of Hills- lhe turned to the dramatic stage.
dale college, speaks.j Mr. Ditrichstein has written many
7 :40-Craftsnr club meets in the+ of 'the plays in which he has appear-i
Masonic temple. ed. His writing ability comes natur-
7 :3i--Newa ylk club meets in room 1304 ally, for his grandfather w!as a 1 un-
of the Unio . garian novelist of many works and
8 :00---r.sbyterimu student pi rty for wide popularityIlie has to his credit
those living in and soith of Grand 35 plays, which' he has .written either
Rapids, excluding Wayne and Wash- alone or in, collaboration with other
tenaw counties, dramatists, such as Clyde Fitch, the
S :O&--Pythagoreumls meet in room t3i Hattons, Percival Pollard, and Eugene
of the Union. °, Walters.
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