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me3THURSDAY, 3NARCH 2 9, 192,3lNnb1er 102,
Students and Mdenihers of the ]Faculties, University Convocation:
ijalmur Stefausson (LL.D., 1921), the distinguished explorer, will
a. Convocation of the University, to which the members of the
nasters' Club are cordially invited, in 11111 auditorium, Friday, March
1' a. rr. His subject will be "'T'he Northward Course of Emipire". In
te with the action of the Deans, at a resent conference, classes
Lout the University will be dismnissed at the hour of the Convocation.
dhess and administrative offices will not be closed.
Regents, Deans, and general officers of the MLichigan Schoolinas-
ub are invited to occupy seats upon the platform, and' will meet in
;t dressing room on the first floor a~t 11 a, m,
Jean-Mar~ie Carre, Professor of Comparative Literature, University
.s will deliver a University I"ctire Friday, March .30, at 3, in the Nat-
fence auditorium. The lecture will be in French, anxd. the subject
"Le Theatre de Maeterlinck". The public is invited.
F. E. ROBBINS.
time of the lecture by Professor Leon Asher of the University of
Swtzerland, has been changed from Friday at 11 a. m.. to Thursday.
29, at 4 p. mn.
Lare requested to d~nsiss and invite you~r classes to attend tho
Y CARL W. EBBIRBACII.
ge and Litarture Section, Michigan kAcmlcny:
grans for Section: Thursday, 9 to 12 a. mn., Newberry Audfitorium.
hn Davidson, Nteo-Romanticist", Professor Robert }M.. Wenley.
eliminary Report on Waxed Tablets from Egypt Recently Added to
veresty Collection.", Professor Francis Kelsey.
Rule of Formal Gramai, and Its History", Dr. Charles C. Fries.
rybody interested is cordially invited to come and hear these
JoHN" W. SCO LI4 Vice President.
department of Zoology 'announces three lectures by Professor 'T.
an-.of Columbia University, W. Y,
day, April 2, 4:15 p mi. Room 14 N. 'S., "Some of the recent work'on
iday, April 2, 8 p. mn., N. S. Arid., "Ge6netics and Development".
sday, April 3, 10 a.:in., Room 214 N. AS.., "Development and the Par.
Theory of inheritance".
evening lecture is of general interet, to the public who are car-
ited to 'attend. A. FRANKLIN SHULL.
Dewey, Blaritone. Mrzs. George R. Rhead will play the solo a.cconlp4Uii-
ments, while iParl 11. Moore will offe'iate on the organ..
CHARLEST1 %~A. SINK. o t Ir.
l Facu lty Women and Alumnae:
Are invited' to attend th'e Michigan Women's Annual Luncheon to
held Saturday noon, at Barbour Gymnasium. Tickets mna!, be obtained
the office of the Assistant Dean of Women in Barbour Gymnasium.
MRS. M. L. BURTON.
Chondl Union Rehearsal:
Special rehearsal for men only Thursday evening at the School
Music at 7 o'clock.
EARL V. MOORE, Acting Conductor.
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Dge and Literature Section, Mflchilg~a.Aea~einy:
oograni for Section: Friday, '9 to 12 .a. m:.,- Newberry Auditoriumn.
he Pelation of John Donne to Medieval Thought", Dr. L1ouis
"A Papyrus Codex of the, Shep*herd of. Hernia : Preh1linary Re-
,Professor Campbell Bonner.
"A Slang Dictionary of the War",; Eugene S. Mc~artne.f
Elemouts of. Italian Comedy in. 'two Gentlemen of Verona' ". Professor
,r J. Campbell..
'°,ome Neal Milton DWocuments", Professor 'James H. Hanford.
;verybody 141terested isi co1-dially lnvitedj:o, attend this: meeting.*
JOHN _W. SCHOLL, Vice President.
tens latested ht JournalisM:*.,
11 freshmen and sophomores who- intend later to follow the curiri-
in, journialismn are asktod to register in the department, of jouirnalismn.
, hursday afternoon, frwn 2 to 4,. March 23, Room 346, U. H. At this
they will lw given an opportuni ty of joining the Studenta' Press
,'as well as of enrollia.g ?a prospective candidates four the certificate in
ie.lisni. J. L. B3RUMM.
Ik'al Scence 14:
r1.o Journal Club in Political, Science will not meet today.
he Faeul.Ues and JXernbrs of the university:
t'here wvill be, a luncheon in h6'nor of -Professor T. H. MHorgan of Coluin.
University, Tuesday, April 3, at 12:10 at the Union. Anyone,, either
ity member or student, who would be interested in attending this
icon. is invited. Reservations must be mnade.before Saturday noon,
°h 31., by calling the Zoology Department.
A FR ANKkLIN SHULL.
Ight Choral CoIcort:
Under the auspices of the University School of Mlusic antd the music
rtment of the Ann Arbor Public Schools lisendel's " Mes siAh" will be
ain Hill Auditorium on Thursday evening at 8 .o'clockt, complimentaryf
e Michigan Schoolmasters' Club anid the general3 pub lic. The' High
of Chorus of 50)0 voices under the leadershaip of George Oscar Bowen
sing. 'The 8o10 parts will be .sung by Lorna. ITooper Wart eld, So-
o, Notes Crane Hunt, 'Contralto; WilIIan° Wheeler, -Tenor; Thoma,.
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