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FUICIAL HULLE1INJ
is futoconistruetyf*tte to *all itmsbenofI
,eceived until 3:30 V. hw. (11.:30 a. ml. IStII?4~.)
'IIWAY, HRMM-AC-2~,13 Xmtr~
bers of the Faculties, Vnal riftjy ConTocatSaR;
n (1L.D.; 1#21), the distingished explorer, will
)f the Universtty,- to which the members of the
cordially invited, in Hill auditorium, Friday, March
ect will be "The Northward Course, of Emupire". In
on f te Mns at a recent eoaferen~ce, clauses:
V wllbed smi 4e at the hoar of the Couvocaoln,,
strative offices, will aat be closed.
and general olDicers of the letlhian SBeojzlmao-
occxipy seats upon the platform, acid will meet in
on the first floor' at 11 a. uL F'aculty mnembers
,e stage will be provided for, all faculty members,
to attend. Enter by rear doomi of the Auditorim,
on the stage.

Conductor, Albert Lockwood, Pianist; Egyptian Ballet Suite (Lingini) ;
ISuite for Orchestra (Bach) Adapted from the shorter -works for various
instruments by Bach and orcheetrated by Albert Lockwood: Concerto, Op.
'7, flat (Beethoven).
CHAR~LES A. SINK, Secretary..

inn lu,
A few pmts remain to tie filled for the prograin of May 2.
try-out will be held this afternoon in 205 Mason hail, from -3:30 to
GEORGE R1.STEAVART,

Athtler,
5.
JR.

Alpha Nu:
There wvill be a meeting of the society March 30 at 7:30. Mr. IH. War-
nor, an alumnus of Alpha Nu, will give a~n address at this time on the sub-
ject: "The Workmen's compensation act, the act and its administration".
Mr. Warner has been claim agent for an insurance company for some
years and is especially well qualified to0 speak on ┬░this subject. 'As this
is the last meeting of the socicy before vacation very important matters
will be tak~en, up a t the business mneeting. EA'tR SALZMAN.
Women of the Graduate School:
Attention 'is called to the Michigan Women's Annual Luncheon to be
h~eld Saturday' noon at Barbour' Gymnasium. Secure tickets before, noon
Friday of Miss 'Sherman, Barbour Gy nrnasium, price one dollar.
r ~DOR.A. M. BARINES.
3XedIia1 Flaculty:
Doctor Walter J. Meek, professor of physiology at the Vniversity ot
Wisconsin, will. address the faculty at I, o'clock today, in -the west amphi-
theater of'the Medical building. You are 'requested to dismiss ,your' classes
:iad invitee thcm to attend' the lecture.

+Ni" . 4 Y.. 11 gyp,

w~ith the action of busineas hoiuses of AnnI Arbor, Uni-.
iceS will 'close ttoin1.t to'0 - o'clock; ,oh Good Fridtay,
Xin their posession books dravM from~ the Oniversity
(I that all such'boos Cludie Monday,' April E, ouQC-
jing spring varation.
WM. W. )3ISUO0P, Librarian.
Carre,, Prof esgr, of, Comparative Literature, tUfltereitp
er a Ujniversity, l tuxe Friday, Marchi 30, at, 3, in the Nat-.
erliu'i The lecture will be fn French, aad the sublect
ade Maeterlinck'. Tbo pobllc i,9iinvited.'
F. E. ROBBL\:.
Ong and Arcettectunxe r
rw to gau~ate In.J1'n or after tbhe Summner Sesoo
Seeretary's office, 1Roan 2Q~3 1ngneering ftilldlat, and.
LOUIS A. HiOPKINS, Secretary'.
mture Sfen, Michgan Acuiemy:s
etion: Friday, 9 to 2k? 4" m., Newberry auiidtorium.
of John Donne to Medieval Thought", Dri Louis I.
)de of, the Shep herd of tlHerrn"a: Preliminary Re,
aury of th-e War",. Bgene ' S. Mc(itney..
$lian Comedy in 'Two' oer tlemeui ef Veronia' " 1'rpfeser
r n.. oeinents"',.Pro e or Jaines y#1;'H ufr&
O 'CHA ,Vc ,rsiea
Rngl sh,.I jill, not meet th is afternoon, since the roomn
Schoolnaters' Coitention.
C}Ep R( E. STEWAJR, JRt.
a . recital of Cymbeline by the, class iiishakespearean
1, April 2' at 8 p. mn. in Sar~h C~swo'Ml .Angell Hall..
y' 'wil1ght Coxertothe year will be held 'Sun~ay after,
ck in A111 Auditrum, co pimetarytothe general
University Symphony (Orchesftra, Samulel P. Lbckwoodl,

For the promotion. of graduate stu-
d4y and research the graduate school
of the University of Oregon will offer
this year ?5 teaching assistantships
of a value of $500 each.┬░ A part of tre'
time of each appointment is required
for work in the particular field in
which the applicant will specialize.
College graduates, from any, of the

schools of recogni2ed standing~ are
eligible for, these' appointments.' The
holders of. these scholarships .when re-
appointed for a secon'd year will re-
ceive a stipend of $600. Applicatidns!
for assistantships or graduate should
be maleod to the registrar before April
16~.
Angora ectrees Turkish Language
Constantinople, March 29.-(B A.
P.)--The Angora government ,today
decreed that history, geoygriphy and
language shall 'be taught in the Turk-,
ish languagen in 'foreign' scho~ols3 in"
Turkey; this will affect 99 foreign
schools, and 525 Gireek , Armenian and
SJewish institutions.'
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