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THE MVICIGAN DAILYS

I AILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN I
IPublication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members af
1he'University. Copy reoeived until 3;1o n. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)
Voume 3 SUNDAY, IMAfl~i- K I 1 lumlar 12
sen 1, Ceuiell s
The Ipsntponedl meeting of the Senite Counoil for the month of March
will be held at 4:16 p. i., Monday, March 19, in the office of the President.
F. E. ROBBINS.
. ht University Sente s
-The third regular. meeting of the University Senate for the year 1922-
1.W23will be heldt In Roomn C, Law Building, n Monday evening, Marhi 19,
at s o'clock.
*lection of*Senate Members of the Board in Control of Athletics.
Blection of Senate Members of the Board of 'Directors of the Michian
Union, JOHIN W. BRtADSHAW, Secretary of the Senate.
J~4ttlt'yof tue Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
There will be "a meeting of the faculty of these colleges on Monday,
March 19, at 4:15 p. _n4 in Room 411 Engineering Building.
LOUIS A. HOPKINS, Secretary.
ioun4:
A gold watch has been returned to the Secretary's Offic, ifrm "Room B,
Luw Bull 1zg.. Owner may have property by identifying seine.
s SHIRLEY W. §IITrII.
Fbie Al s
The makte-up examination on Etruscan Art and Roman Architecture wil
be held Tuesday March 20, in Room A, Alumni Memorial Hall, at 4:00 P. M
BRUCE M. DONALDSON.
4440041c ! Engineering 36:
'trip to Detroit: Vapor Stove Co., Monday Afternoon, March 1.
CIAS. B. GORDY.
Facuilty "TwY~ight Rcitai:
"tbe following prograin will be given in Hill Auditorium, Sunday after-I
noonu at 4:'1 q'olock, crnplimgentary to 'the general public: Trees (Hahn),i
EvlSenflingPryer iii Drittany (Chaminade), University Girls Glee Club, Ruth
Wrk~eixe, Carot Walters and Kattherinre Sanders,: Soloists; Sonata, Op. 27,
Nib i3 (fleetbove ); Nell,.. Stookwell; Berceuse (Grieg), Tambourine (oo-
, se-flurnes er), V'alse Trieste (SibellusHernann), Schon Roemarin (KrIs-0
18r)'), s: lzir )a (TSchetsebaln), Anthony J. Whitmire; Triste Ritoro
f , I-onpg) ,(Barthelemy), Before the Crucifix (aog) The Blind
ploughmian (Clarke), Dr. Robert J.I.Mandliss; Preludes, Op. 15
(SC tia lne)., Valse.,O~r. 34, No. 1 (Mslowsk), Miss Stockwell; will o' the
VW15( (Spross), Wy ike, llynken. and Nod (Nevi), GleeClub, 'Virginia BIro
detl, soiost; N4ora Crane Hunt,. Drector; Louise, Graham, Dorothy Xines-
Red " Irene F'llay, Accompanits.
C11ARtLIRS . SINK Secretary.
To All 1lu IterestedIn Pulie-SpeaI ;xig s
fbo rguilar meting ofAdeiphi House of Representatives will be held
at I1$ :04,o'ckTuesday <nigt in the Adeiph room, fourth floor, ~niversty
11ll. ll men liftere4ted are invited to be present and if interested may hand
ainhelir'appliratiotts for membership. The program for this meeting is post-
edl on thre Adelphi butlletin board in the lower corridor of University hal.
P.; 0. COOK.
WORlK O*t;C k ETS LionRARY CATCH PEEPERS
IS ;NEA1 'iNAL :COMPILETION'
IFive students "peeking in" on the
Work on the, elements Library dec-) Union dance were surprised by Union
orations is almost complete. All of officials Friday night in a third floor
thie .. interior 'ceilinigs, the vault work ro o.heUioovrooig.h
over the'tfront entrance, and most of,
the.'woodwork ;.re finished. There is bal room., Their names were taken
still'work to be doens on the custodian's, and they will be rougt before the
Office, and the bookcases for the rare! Union discipline committee.
} oo room'-have. not Yet arrived. rThe suspicions of the house manager
f The carvings on the front of the; had been aroused 'by previous depre-.
bulding are not complete, about one- diations of the intruders. Entrance
halt of the work remaining to be done.
The floor is stil l ia rough condition had been gained to the loked room
anid'will not be: touched until the rest by climbing on to the roof from al
of thie interior is complte. adjoining room.

Students Picked At Random Denyr
"Pipe Courses" Exist At MichiganI

SENIORS "FUSS" WOMEN
iMORE THIN FRESHMEN?

IClasses to Give Tarkiiigon's Play I March 30, in Univorsity 11*11. A ca54
Prof. R. D. T. Hlollister's classes in of0pronwilatith dle
play production Neill givme Booth Tark- of1 I ~ n ilac ntev~rtc
N Iington's "Clarence" Friday night, tion.
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IIs there any course a~t tho Univer-
sty that mnight be called a "pipe
4Robert 1.. Gibson, '23, president of
the senior literary class, when asked
his opinon concerning "Vipe courses"
a aid, "Courses are not unusually h~ard;
at least they are not so in the lit.
school. If you want to. call them
'Pipe courses', all right, they are 'pipe
courser'. All that is necessary is that
a student should regularly attend:
clims an Sld give a reasonable amount
oif attention in class. There is really
*nothing exceptionally conmplicated in
the coursers offered within the curri-
1culum of the lit school."
Few Easy Courses
"Concerning courses in the engi-
nering school," says Berinard E. Ing-
dlahl, '24E, "there is nothing especial-
ly hard.. Yet on the other hand they
are not to be called easy. I think
that the amount of preparation a stu-
dent has when he begin-i the courseI
determines his attitude toward the
s same. I couldn't call them 'pipe cours-
# ', however."
IMiss Dorothy Koepel, '23M, says,
"As fair as 'pipe courses' are concern-1
edl that is purely a matter of the
Iopinion of the indlividual 'Pipe cours-

(es' in the School of Education are
not any more easily found than in any
of the other schools of this Univer-,
city. Personally, I 'believe that there
are very few 'pipe courses', if any."
John Hlopwood, 136P, nays, "There!
is no such thing as a 'pipe course' in
the College of Pharmaicy. A student's
work is crow ded into a three year
course and it is beyond me to 6ee any-
thing in the way of 'pipe course ' with-
in that three year course."
Doctors Courses Ilaird
Daniel II. McKinaty, '23M, says,:
"No, the course-s in the medical school
are not 'pipe courses'.' To be a doctor,
and to be a good one requires a great
deal of p~relimninary preparation, which
canont be caller: a pipe'. Then, ac-
cording to the p~articular course in
medicine being taken, the sincerest of
efforts and the greatest of concentra-
tion is needed in order to properly
cover the course."
"Of the three years I've spent in the
law school," says F 'W Miller, '24L.
"I haven't as yet been able to find any.
'pipe course'. Peralips, I will find a
'pipe course'. Perhaps, I will find it
years. However, I doubt the possibil-
ity of a miracle. There are no 'pipe
SCourse' 'in the Law school."

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'The average University u ndergra du-
ate works seven hours, sleeps eight
fhours, and spends two and one-half,
hours a (lay in recreation. The re-
mainder of his time is spent in eating,
going to and from classes and the like.
This schedule is the result cf data. ob-
tained from twenty-five men hrm each
class, selected at random.
On the basis of a weekly average,
the seniors spend four hours daily in
Estudy, one-half hour in sports, two and
fone-half hours in recreation such as
movies, seven and a half hours in
sleep, one-half hour in campus activi-
ties, and one and one-half hours en-
tertaining and talking with women.
Juniors spendl~ three and three-quar-
ters hours in study, one hour in sports,
two hours in recreation such as mov-
ies, eight hours in sleep, one hour in
campus activities, and three-quarters
of an hour entertaining and talkying
with women.
Sophomores Well-balanced
Sophomores spend three and, one-
half hours in study, twenty minutes inI
sports, two and one-half hours in out-
side recreation, eight hours in sleep,;
one and one-half hours in campus'
activities, and one-half hour etran
eneti-ing and talking with women.
Freshmen' devote four and 'one-hal '
hours to study, one and one-half hours i
to sports, one and one-half hours toj
outside recreation, eight hours to sleep
one hour- to campus activities, and
ten minutes to entertaining and talk-
ing with women.

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RR~fI the speaker chosen for the evening
11 tmeeting in Hill Auditorium, will speak
1111 iII~tn~ir{ at 12 o'clock at the Open Forum. The
NN HOR CHUCH tEvening StudentU meetiug will take
A RODD bN~ bNL place halt an, hour earlier than usua~l,
with Dr. . F. English of Chicago, a~s
(Continued from Page Nine) the speaker. The, congregation wl
mon. The students class and Men's; meet at 1111t Auditorium in the even-
Service Club' will meet at noon. At ing.
6:30 o'clock, the hristian Endeavor
will hold its regular meeting.
At the First Baptist Church, Rev. R. NEWVV YORK ALUMNI
Edward Sayles will speak at Morning; ARE LIVELY BUNCH1!
Worship. on the subject of "Rediscov--___
ering Sin", the secondi of a series be-
ing dielivered iby Rev. Sayles on "Some Prf oetM elyo h hl
Needed. Rediscoverie.3". The .Student O .eatmn hovste h
Class' will mreet at the Guild House at 1East recently in the company of Presi-
G3 o'cloick, with informal talks during1 dent Marion I.. Burton, said the Alum-
the refreshments. The congregation1 ni association at New York is "th
will join in the Hill Auditorium ser-1 liveliest bunch in the Vunited States."
vice in the evening, which will be the1 Professor Wenley first visitedn Wash-
concluding meeting of the student
volunteer conference. Dr. Paul liar- j ington and then Philadelphia where
rison of Ar'n,hf a will be the speaker, he spoke before the Society fo. r Pro 43t peko ierl'tdeso h u-.
St. Axiurew's Church will hold Holy. versity of Pennsylvania.' President
Communion. at 8 o'clock this Morn-* Burton and Professor Wenley spoke
ing, followed by the Bible Discussion before the annual meeting of the Miich-
group at. Harris Hall at 9:30 o'clock. igan Alumni associations of Philadel-'
Rt. Rev. Charles M. Beckwith, Bishop i hia and New York,
of Alabama will deliver a sermon at ___________
10:30. o'clock, to be followed "by. pray- fONREAD OG dE
er and confirmation. "Three Kinds of
Power". will, be the subject of the even- S .A AIE OIIN
ing address by the Rector. Young
people; are invited to come to the< Appointment of Lawrence .' Dooge.
rectory, 407 L: Kingsley St., at 6:30 '24, and Alfred B." Connable, Jr., '2'i,
o'clock, for supper. to the Student Christian association
Marion E. Hall of ,japan, a "man's ? cabinet foir' the second semster has
man,.with wit and humor and broads been made. They will fill vacancies
human sympathy" will speak at the lf rtegauto fohrmm
morning service at the First Congre-Iletbthgrdainoohr m-
gational Church. Dr. P'aul Harrison h ers aind will officiate for the remain-
of Arabia, a doctor, adventurer, ands ing part of this year.

We have just received a new
supply of Patent Leather and
Dull Kid Dancing Ofods
These are especially good foi
the Prom and other spring for,
mals. The new French tors-'-
very reasonable.

Soph-Prom Footweaar

SCHOOL OF
DANCING
Private Lessons in
BALLET DANCINUx
ORIENTAL IDANCING
AESTHETIC DANCING
MODE RN
BALL.R003[ DANCING
STUDIO
2ND FLOOR CHUBB MOUSE
PHONE 2325-M
JEANETTE
KRUSZKA JOHNSON
Instructor

'5.50

'7.50

Gross and

Dietzel

117 E. WASHING'TON

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by giving them your
birthday photograph

PLAY

Any. chemist will tell you
that Benzol is a greatly super-
ibr cleaning agent to gasoline.
Yet we clean men's suits

with Benzol for. .

.$1.L50!

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becoming popular. ':Toil-
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a convenient appointment

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TICKEST Sale at Whit-
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to the General Public.

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Quality-
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