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THE ICH-IGAN DAL'I

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D' Y 0FfIC A I Publication in the Bulletin, is constructive, notice t,6 all memdbers of
the l~veraity. Copy 'received until 3:20 .p. m, (11:80 a. 'n . taturds*.
'lole 3'.. TU ESDAY, MARCH 1.1. 19.03A utnber 118

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General Attacks
Congress Actionf
In Cutting Army
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Faculty : Cileg-e. of Lieratnre, Sclence, and tt3 Arts.
Will members orf the fac6ulty kindly fill out and return to, the offics of
the Assistant Dean, the schedule, blanks which bave been delivered through
the. messenger, boxes. Inraome ixistLuce these will }be found in the toff of
the boxea.
WR. HUM1hPIH.IYS.
College of ]1te rature, Sclece.dud t he Arts.:
Repecntatires of the def tznents ofr .t rphy, Kn*WX R fhetoric
poilitcal scien~e, Public Speaking, Mathematics, Astronomzy,(iltek, tlatin,
Seint1'e, and any others interested are arked to call at prtofessor Shepaird's,
oM(o4 Monday or Tuesday. March 12 or 19, for aon inspection of the completd
flor plans of the first pa~r of the flew LiteM'-ty fluildig.
The Reients at their m46eting of Jan. 26 adiop4ed the -following resolutton
resolved That the title of the property designated "to this date as "The
Botanical Garden and Arboretum" be and'is hereby changed from this diate
to "The Nichiols Arboretum" his A lasting memor6ial to the donors of the
real- estae, Walter Hamymonid Nichols of theGlua~s of '91 and' Esther Blanche
Connor N ichols of the 6~a of '9'4,. now. of the city of Palo Alto,: California.
SHIRLEY S: SMITH, Secretary.
lkserve Ofteem' Trahilng Corp-$,r
Hereafter, all men will attend Wednesday afternoon classes in unii-
form. Watch Wednesday morning Daily eh week for notice 'regarding
drill. In casq of drill, do not report to class' roomsa at 4 o'clock,' but fall
in wit~h. your organization on South University Avenue. The regiment 'will
form on South University Avenue facing :south, with "A" company on' the
right opposite the Clezneut's Library.
JOHN14A. BROOI(S, J.', Adjutant.
phygileai Uofloiuiun: z
"The 'Application of Qu ntic Conditions to the Series Spectra of Stron-
tium" by the undersigned, on Tuesday, March1 13, at'; 4:15 p. mn., in -Room
202, Physical Laborator'y. All those interested are cordially invited to attend.
11'. M. RANDALL.
To All Students Interestedin Publliceakitn:
Tryout speeches of' men who have. already appeared before the mein
bership committee Will.be ,given at the regular meeting of Adelphi House
of Representatives tonight at, 7:30 o'clock, in- the Adelphi. room, fourth floor
of University hall. All" men who :are intorested or who would, like to
hand in applications are invrited t. be pre,4ent.
* DONALD 0. 0O0K.
To .4 ?'tonibers of the Chamber, of, Coi mmerce of the. University of Michigan:
' o'eiso~r Merrick 'will give an. illustrated lecture: on his experienceei
while In Japepft, at the Arn Arbor .Ch ,rnber .of Comnmerce. luncheon Tjs
clay nloon, Marc~h 13. TIs is "GET ACQUAIN TkD DAt". A .entirely. newi
stunt w'ill be inaumurated at t his luncheon.: Reservations should, be a .ry.
Student members phone Mr. W. Nichols, 11283.
F'. C. REINIKE.,
Ame*iea ChemiflaI Society, V Of X. sect ion:c
Tyr. ,i. E.2 Harris of the: Western Electric Comnpanty, formerly 'of tele
eat.t of Chlemisatry, University of Michigan, w'ill .give ,a demionstrated
lectu~re oil. The E -ec;tron at Work",toW44, Tuesdla, M arc'h 13,at' 8 p. nm. in
the Chemical Amiphitheater.
Ail interested' are invited to' attend.
aC. C. 1MElOCFI"E, Sec1'etaiy.
Lcctures, in e'tnlltirgt :
Thr," lectrtres in~ metallurgy by Dr. Walter Rosenlia of the National
l'yical: I- ratoI5y of Tecddington, Englnd are anioitficed for Mlarch t4,
15 ana 18.. The subjects for the lectures arwe as follows:'
March 14,-The Stricture' Ad Qontittutlion .of Alloys.
MIarch 1.--Strain and Fracture, in Mwas
m4arch i.6.-Aliuininurn Allays.
Tho lectitrro will be given in Room 165 Chemi~istry Buildling t & P. 1%.,
illarch 14 and at 4:15 P. M., March 15 and j6 :
A. L. WHiITE.
Ctrele Franeals Leetture,
Cercie FraxiCais lecture by M. D"s Maras Wed nesday, March 14, at
4; 16, Natural Sfeence' Auditorium. Stbject: Trticde d Christianisrne en
Amerique avant C hristophe coloinlt
ATHO(NY J. JOBlIN.

fDo You Kow

Unversity avenue betwcen Ingalls and![
Twelfth streets. '!'he dimensions are
,approximately 750 by 200 feet, fourI
stories high to provide sp ace. for din-
ing rooms, officcs, a cafeteria, a small!
auditorium and accommodations for !

What is the mall? 44 guests.
The extra burden for the upkeep of
the University on the state tax pay- !dCas ~
eThe facts concerning the new 14 Clas-.l19
ics builiding? XWHIITEJ STAR, CUN ARD, CANADIAN-
-PACIFIC, FRENCH, HOLLAND-1
___.,..TERDAY'ST ANSWEX GRS7T7TTTf1.-D1 'CT

Students Supply Store

1111 South University Ave.

Engineers' and Architects' Materials
Stationery, Fountain Pens, Loose Leaf Books
Cameras and Supplies
Candies, Laundry Agency, ' obaccos

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3IaA. Gen. Robert L~. Bullard
"The army is in a status quo, and
that means a 'hell of a fix'," said Maj.
Gen. Robert L. Bullard in criticizing
the Ia~tion of congress in reducing its
strength. He declared the policy was
laying the country open to invasion.
WHAT'S GOING ON
XOTCE-CopGy for this column should
ho nbinilted by 5 :30 o'clock of
jthe dory before Publication.
TUESDAY
12:15i--Medcical faculty larch ini pri-
vate dining room of the Union.
4:00,-Mhmes business stagf and try-
outs meet in the Press building.
,7:00)-Tr'y-our speethes for member-
ship In Adelphi. House of Represen-
atives are due.
7 :00-VYrsityGleees lithnmeets lit u0-
per reading room of the Union.
7 :0-Inst~itute of Religious Edncation
(meets in Lane' hall.
:30-Adelihi meets in Adelphi room,~
fourt~h floor, Uiniversity hall.
7:30-Ek'conomies smoker in assembly
holl of the Union. Prof. E. E. Day;
speaks.
WED)NESD)AY
2 :00-atinliee Musicale In assembhly
hall1 of the union.
4;00--R, 0.(T. Vband nmeet, in New.
~berry ;hail.
4: i--Organ reel al, in Hill auiditor.
itim.
4:W0-Music writers meet in room 3401
of the Union.
1 7:00--Fresurin l Cee club iiicets ini
1upper readinig room of the Union.
:30-Seabbard and. Blade weets i
room 306 of the Union.
7:.30-Order of 4101,(,ixy meets i liIar.
rN'ishall.

YETRASASESThe Law club will comec as an in-I
novittion to the campus. Funds for.
the building were donated by an al-:"
umnu~s whose name has been withheld.s
The type of architecture will be Gothic
with an exterior of a cream-colored
stone. It will face South University!
avenue extending from Tappan ave-1
nue to State street and down State
street to the former Delta Kappa Ep-
silon house-. A tower is planned for
the building at the point whereOa-
land avenue leaves South University.
Under this tower is an arch opening
into a quadrangle. The club of the
biulding is to be that part facing State
street. The dormitories will ,be in the
portion facing South University. The
building is planned to serve as a corn-
bination club and dormitory. There
will be accommodations for 150 men
and graduates who wish to do furth-
er study.
There are no 'substantial changes
mianned for the Barbour. gymnasium.
For Waterman gymnasium, 'the plan.'
is to build over the present shower
room. This addition will, contain of-
flees and lecture rooms. The roof and
jwalls at the main entrance will be fin-
fished. When the new Field house is
completed, the Varsity locker rooms
now in the gymnasium will be moved
there. These rooms will be converted
into handball courts and wrestling
rooms. At the northeast corner of the
two gymnasiums will be -built the
swimming pool. It is to be for the
convenience of both male and female
students at different specified hours.

ETC., ETC., TICKETS FOR ALI,
OCEAN LINERS, CRUISES. COOK,
THOMPSON, CLARK, ETC., TOURS.
Licensed Stea mship Agent
'sC. E. I{UEBLER, P'hone 1384

UNUSUAL BO KS*=HaveYou Reads Them?
SlIiHA, STUA4RT P.: "AMERICANS."........................... ...... $2.00
HEAR BL.. O.2.00
SOLOMON EAGLE: "ESSAYS AT LARGE". .... .........00{.. V
GIBS: '*THE MIDIDLE OF THE ROAD"...........................2.00
H BBS, W31. H.: "CRUISING ALONG BYWAYS OF THE PACIFIC"............ ?
CARiRICII: "NEXT TO NOITHING HOUSE"...............................2. ,0
Special Price to Reading Clubs and Libraries
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'To date, more than $68,000 has been
raised for the proposed Women's
} League building. It will face North

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TOLEDOO-ANN ARBOR BUS
DAILY EXCEPT SUN DAY.
Going North A. 3X.: P.M.
Lv. Toledo 7:00 10:0-0 2:00 5:00
Arr. A. 'A.. 9:35-12:35 4:35 7:i35
Going South
Lv. A. A.. 7. 00. 10:;9{r 2:00 t:00
Ar. Toledo 9: 35 12:35 4:-35 7:35
EASTERN TIME
SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS
G~oing North, ;A*, 3L P .
Lv. Toledo 8:00 .11:00 5.:30
Arr. A. A. 10:35135 :0
Going South
Lv. A.. A. 8:0 11:00 8:30
Art. Tol. 10:35' 1:35F11:05
E'ars 'Leav e Court honue.

"In the Spring a young man's fancy--"

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asking for

FLOWERS

Plants.

Coarsages

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V-AOTICES
Press, club meeting' postpIoned ulode-
finitely on account of illness of
speaker.
Westerners' club meeting piostpjoned t'o
Wednesday, March 28.
Senior Eds moust order their caves git
jWagner's before March 14.

Palms and Ferns
to Rent
FLOWERS BY WIRE
Cousins & Hall
611 EAST UNIVERSITY AVE.

PHOTOGRAPHER

Mld-West Pebate :
The annual Maid-west debate will, b e ld in hill Auditorium Friday
night, March 16, at 8 o'clock. Thie University of Wisconsin will be our op-
ponent. Ttie questiIs "the abolition of, the use of injunctlonbs in 'labor
4 isputvs". All It mbers of the; University and of the community generally
are cordially inrited. Thlere will be no admission charge.
RAY IK. lMMEL,.
latbetcal Cla).:
Regul'ar mPiet.lug will be fheld in Room 401 Masoni Hall, this evrening at
3A o'clock. ProcIf. H. C arver will present "Some P±undamnental Prob~lemns of
Statiuticn". Graduate studenta and members of the Faculty are invited.
W. W. D3ENTON, Secretary.
Acolytes:
Acolytes will hold a regular meeting yTuesday evening, March 13, at 8
o'col in Rtoom. 105 Masorn Hall. Miss K~urth. will,,read a, paper entfledl,
"The Signifrcanco 'of Mental Testy".
HOWARD D. ROELOF4,P
Arch Acolyte,
Vrev kl Aand 6:."
X 'shall not be able to meet my classe.s in French on Wednesday.
EUGENE' E ItOV4ILLAIN.'
Read Te Daily "Cafe" Columns

ALPHA DELTA Pill COPS
FRATERNITY HOCK(EY

STATE STREET

Call 303-W
for appointment

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(Continued from Page Seven)
of these players are (liters of the
first water and have dependable abil-
ity to cage the puck. The problem of
goal tender is solved with John Stek-
etee, Alpha Delta Phi. As a goal ten-
der hNs work was spectacular at times
and In the opinion of some hie rivals
Comb of the Varsity.
Some other men who helped their
houses materially are: Brayton, Alphv
Delta Phi;. McCobb, Delta Upsilon;
Erhart, Beta Theta Pi; McPike, Theta
Delta Chi; WGilson, Acacia; I11 Stud.
field, Beta Theta Pi.
Try Our Business Men's Lunch
11 :30- 2:00 -65
JOE PARKER'S
SPECIAL SUNDAY l)LNElL
Kennedy's Orchiestra
11:30--4:00
Cornwell Coal Bldg.
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eWe Eaven ftatched,.

the b~uttons

Here is a typical White Shvan booster
looking over a shirt just laundered to
see 'if we actually dhid as wue adver-
tised. The shirt was sent minus a
button and not only was it replaced,
but wse even m etched the butti'os on h 's
shirt.

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No ney-

LEARN
Tying
LEARN
Ty.ping
LEARN
Typing
NOW

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That's what you do when you buy your hard-
wae upie'here Try us.

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