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OFFICIAL DULL ETINI
Ithe Bull etin io constructive notice: to all members of
. Copy received until 2:20 tD. in,. (11:20 s a. S aturday.)
8tN-DAV, 3[11041 2%, 19,213 nfmbei' 121,
of Lifteriiture, S~leuce, and the Arta,
y rcquested that morn'bers of the faculty who have notA al-
III ~out the Faculty Directory blanks whiceh have beea di%-
the miessenger bases and return them to the bean's office
ble, There are almost dally calls for the information ran-
gainlts, and onlyas a ol prqportiozi of the Faculty hii a
Cthis request. I f fbrwPy rfe~on these blanlo, him, not
are, Dot avalla)$le, they wil i sueppb~ea im requesE t'~
be a general Fa.culty meeting of the Sclho of at)dcatio~n
26, at 4:1v la-in. iu the affte of the Schaool of F1ucatiou.
A, ~WHITINEY.
Lecture:
Garland lecture, March 27, hae been Vtpon&I to lip 4..
C. T. ANDR9W9I.
of Liter-ature, Seiemc, and the Arts:
March meeting of the Literary Faclty will be heldA Mon-
it 4:10 D~. Im. in the Auditorium of N'ewberry II. There
1unajy report by Professor Canifield, Chaihian of the curnt-
riug the question as to 'the advlsability of dividing etu~ets
ordlmg to ability . j011N IR,. llflINolR
dIol A8-,embly
e au assemnbly of all students enrolled in the School of Feh-
:,r,1ah 28th at 4:15 P, iX, it Room 201, Tappan Hall..
1l.. .WHITINZ
plowa Schoos:
Da meeting of the nUlversity Committee on tDiplomna scbool8
'resident Burton, Tuesday', Jaoh 27th,, at 4 :0'0 P. AT.
J. B. YLlDMOI FSON, Secretary.
acuty:
lis-ell, Assistant Professor of Pysiology, Washington U~ni-
hie guesit of the mnedical faculty on Alonday, bMarch N~. PL
11, talk to the school in the Wes~t Amphtheater of the Tuedi-
qu are requested to dismiss all except first year classes at
rite;'your 'students to attend the lecture. Seats will bie re -
hire faculty. CARL IV. BBIRIIACH.'
E9 andi Meehaxcas:
ter of the Westinghouse Air Brake Company will be in Room
Building, Tuesday, Mrarch 27, for the purpose of irterviev-
ted in securing employment w~it4a his company.
'J0SEP11, .CANNON.
thibgan Band:
or the week :-
'c 26, 77 P. l.---Lane Hail Auditorium.
March 28, 7 P. M.--Univer'sity Hall Auditorifn.
arch 31, 1 'P. Ml.-Lane Hall Auditorium.
* WILFMRED WILSON, Director.
bwill meet Tuesday evening, Mslrch 27, at t:00 o'clock in
6ugell Hall. Strindberg's "'The Strongeri" and ',.ame and
usany will 4e presented. This eeting is eery - important.
will speak on "Mr. Pim Passes By"' and our general pl~abns
be outlined and discussed. C. J. DRFSACI
Members of Mhe Faculty:
enitertainment Nwill be held Alouday night at 8:00 o'clock ini
,nxell Hall. T103 will be iii the natiure oft a joi1t prog;ram
s peakilng societies on the oauipue, Adtlphi, Athena, Alpha

' Nu, and Portia.. A number of interesting readings, a humorous debate, a
mock trial, and several short speeches will be given. Evreryone is welcome.
ANDREW C. DEA M.
' anical Engineeri ng . o
Trip Mtlcnday afternoon, :March 2G, to Towson ;Body Company, Russell
Street and Clay Avenuef. C. B. GORDY.
Alpha Nil:
The attention of all members of the society is called to the Joint meet-
ing of the four literary societies of the University on Monday, March 26, at
8 o'clock in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall. This is an opportunity to indicate
the purposes of our society and to show that it is attempting to make a real

$2,500 for a scholarship in scenario BRITISHi MINES INf'R.1
w itiI~g conmpetition boing open to, London, Mlarch 24.
I ~I Daring the last threer
undergraduates of an.y college or un-___________
versity in America.1913ll111111l1111

Several large education institutions
h lave already entered the contest am>-
ong thetasbeing Brown University, the
University of California, Iowa State
'University, the University of Chicago
',and Yale University. The scholarship
will consist of $1,000 to the w inning
student, $1 ,000 to, the endowment fundl

MAR.

Announces(C

icobtribution to University life. A large representation of the society will o i olg n nadtoa m
b . aprc~td LE AZMN unt of not less than $G()O to ,be paid;
i Loe ]' fto the winning Student for the scrieen
L. alPastors SugetChnes i rights of his scenerlo. -
InWrigOf Drinking S ongs sLIVIG 4IUST DAP
(. Holslngfors, Finland, Mar. 1.-B
several Ann Arbor ministers join- could best be done by the introduction A. F.)-The cost of living 'in Finland
.ed In suggesting that some revision of new ones, allowing others to drop decreased eleven points during Jan-
be made "in Universcity songs in order into disuse." n Dary. 'This is the largest,' decrease'
to eliminate objectionable °parts, when "T .Icdonot feel that nresezit qons'q recorded ,since the war.

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Luncheon, 12 to 2
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interviewed' on the matter. Most of contain enough sitggestion of the vul49-
them, however, agreed that the prob- gar to warrant any serious altera-
lein is not a serious one. tions," Rev-. 0. A.. Neuman of the
"'Many of the University. songs are s Bethlehem Evangelical church said.
drinking songs that have comes down "However, It you have someone who1
to us froir the early days of the Uni- can write songs to tale the place of ,

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For Students in Business Administration,
In Economaics, Education, Biology, Ps

versity, and as such, have no parti-
cular significance now," the Rev.
Hlerbert Atchison Jump of the Conr-
gtegationai church said. "In-so-much
as Joe's' and the Orient' are now plead
issues, I feel. that it might be "well
to revive some of the songs. In fact,
I would say that if some one were to
write a snappy bootlegging song and
set It to a catching tune, it would
' arry more weight, for that is the only
vmy liquor, now enters the life of a
University student, if at all."
Would Introduce New Songs
The Rev. Edward Sayles of .the
Frt laptiot church offered the sug-
gestion that "new songs be introduced,
which In time would displace t h e
drinking songs °of today. As a gen-
eral rule, the vulgar, whether it be in
songs, cheers, or in other: matters
cannot be but a detriment. Elirina. {
tion of obje ctionable' songs, ,I believe,

present ones, there would of course
be no reason for 'objection. If these
proved popular, enough, the others
would soon be forgotten."
"iMichigan's. songs do not present a
serious nroblem," Rev.:lEarl A. Brauer
of St. P6,ul' Lutheran church said.,
"I believei it would be well to elimin-
ate :profanxity in songs in-so-far as
possible, yet even this is not a serious
problem.",
Need No Revision
Rev. Arthur W, Stalker of the First
Methodist church, and Rev. A. L. Gun-
der an of Trinity Lutheran church,
Joined in declaring' that profanity or
vulgarity in songs or cheers is "de-
basing. and objectionable. Michigan
songs or cheers, however," need no re-
vision;," they, said.
Carl Laemnle, president of. the Ulni-
versal motion picture corporation has'
just offered an endowment fund of
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