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L Y -OFFICIAL BULLETIN'
n in th~e Bulletin is constructive notice to all members t
ratty. Copy received until 3:24 D. mi. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)
TUESDAY, APRIL 3.1".;number 1311
Engineering and Archltectire:
entary examinationis for the removal of conditions will be
Le spring vacation, on the dlays given. in the schedule which is
we bulletin boards of the Engineering Building. The proper
e securyed from the Secretary's mfice before taking the exam~-
LOUIS A. HOPKINS, Secretary.
ms:
having in their possession books drawn from the tVniversity
notified that all such books are dlue Mondlay5 April 2, on ac-
imnpending sprin~g vacation.
WN . W. BISHOP, Librarian.
ors due in Semxitics this week should be banded In' before the
nay be left in the mail box at 201 Mason Hal:.
L. WATER MAN.
in thesis topics, to be approved, must be made by. Friday of,
R. H. HOLMVES.
leers:
YWedn~esday, April 4, at 8 o'elcck in Room 348."
l'. FIELD.
ers' Training Corps:f
re-up examination in Military Science v will be given' during
class periods in course 4.
JOHEN A. BROOKS,' JR.
Depi4nents in the College of Literature, Science, and tie
dl the School of Education:
H*eadse of Departmpents making returns to the Pi Beta Kappa
imittceeindicate on the returiied list the iepartment from which
W. W. SLEATOR.
[oq.uu:
reports, by Mr. L. L. Lockrow, Mrg. D. M. Dennison; and Mr.
)auer on Tuesday, April 3, at. 4:15 p. mn. In room 202 of the
boratory. All 'those interested are coirdially invited to attend.
11. M. RANDALL.,

WHAT'SOO

1 speak] ii Bill audtitoriUm.
ti: ,. --Yps ida 1 i P'Ia3ers ' .pe forisaice
in M1'imes thelater.
EN SAY
1:1 5Organrveclt liill lul nitoir-

NOTICE-Copy for this colnrn'-ai sI~oiild
'1a subnnitted by 5:311 &c of
tMe day before Imblication.
TUFS DAY1
12:00-SiBid mvt( amn Epsilon latieli iii
rood 32Z3 of the Union.
112:00-Rheto,:ric and jovu~n aistaff
lunch in mro 319 of the Union.
12 :1.x- :ledclal faculty lunach in pri-
vate dining room" of the Union.
12 :15-Zoo logy department lunch in
jroom 318 of the Union. 1
4:09-Enginering society meets inr
upper reading room of the Union
to see chassis denonstration by
Capt. Eddie Rickenbacker.1
S :00-Ch Ime's business staff anid try-
ouits meet in the Press building.
7 :(-,Vairsity Glee club mieets in Mhe
upper reading room of the Union.
7 :00--nstiute of Rieligious Educea-
tion in Lano hall.
7:00-Cleveland club meets in roomi I
304 of the Union.
7: :~-Sigima Delta Clhi meets inl rooin
325 of the -Union.,I I
7 :30-.Te Itound-Ilp club meiets !it
room 306 of the Union.
7 :30--freshman 'band meets in t he
Union. Bring instruments.
7 :30--Alpha Kappa Psi fieets !in room,
302 of the Union.
71.30--Adelphi meets in the clnb room,
'University Ihall.
8 :00-Clara Clemens concert in Pat-
tengill auditorium.
8:0--Aeolytes meet !it room 1061, 310-
lson hall.;
8;00-- Captain Eddie K34,lkeubacker.
1WAL

1"I' T :. 'I' r.cand pract ice-,iin
Nebry hal.
otO--t'il enginecering staff dinner in
wrvt ining room of the Union.
6:14--i"11 Reyiew dinner in rocra 319
of the Union.
7 :0-Frc4imani Glee club nJuecis;in
upp)er reading room of the Union.
f7 :00 -A4, S. C. E. meets~ in room 302 of
toe Union.
7 :44--Salem-nship class in room 30.1
of the Union.I
7 :~0Reim~lauclub mi1eets in rEoomfi
1"46 of the Union..
7 -t)'0 Vet 'rans of F~oreigni Wars meet
in the assembly hall of the Union.
~ :30-l.S. Jennings lectures in N a-
tural Science auditorium.
S:1--£ ouiey clubj presents "MIr. Pim

by calling at the of114
AUTOIM OBILS. BRRED ______eS'.il
I~ftIIIEDCTV1I that check dlidkt
ATUIL I i ~ ps' 11ie" sell somlethlingf
yen over.--Adlv.
:Dr. Coorge' R;. La1Iu, of the zoologyI
dlepartment and dirlector of the bio-I
logical station, expressed lhmself yes-
terday as favoring the recent an-,
nouncBement made by the Board of Re-
gents to the effect that automobiles
will be barred from the University's Kentucky Egga
two summer camps, Camp Davis and
the biological station, except unde-
special permhission by the authlori-,
ties. The reason given for this action
h le said,(1, wthat1,t the brining of auto-
mobiles tendled "to break down thr I Col
solidarity of the camps and the mor-
ale 'of the student body."
A series of special lectures on sub- (
jects of general interest to student,
of biological sciences will be given j

ss of

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di4i)6 it 1a,7l: 611a 3Bl.
for y ou to tide f$Itours, 1.6 p.m. Phone 41

,ORNWELL COAL

and Lump

West Va. Egg and L~

Pocahontas and Coke
IMMEDIATE IDELIVERY

MMNON AND FACE BRICK
7ORNWTELL, COAL,
PEIONES 81-111mid 2207

T'a ses By" in WIhitney theater. !by visiting scientists andL members oif, Office -- Cornm
U-NOTWIES the teaching staff at the stati'on this
S e i r b t ' a d e n g in e e r s ' c a n e r, i yf e ar . w r chph e t elim ite d m p q buo ta l o f t os tud tsbe o d r -d a a n e '4eo e s r n
be ata or e e t W g e' e o e s r n s rapidlly filling up. The canip this _ _ _ _ _ _
Fre eit;titon o orginl sudiesb year will extend fronm Jul'y 2 thriough
IItalian and English painters, arc-yArg.2Further informatetio n a t e11tlll11111111511 had:III;I IIII=
iteciaral corridor, Engineering y a . F r hF or~nai n a i a b id n .-
daeof tickets for "Mr. Vlpnimthsses! Try Ouir Business Men's LunchtFo Prospectve Brit
By" in biox'office, Hill auciitotriumn, 11. a00 - -65 l=;
from 9 to 12 and from 2 to 5 o'clock JOE PA &E ' Our Bookltet Engagement a
Itoday. SPECIAL ',V-. I)AY DINNER -,.
IKenmnedy's Orchestra ss half-tone illustrations rmany of the
Belgian Socialists Convene 11:30-- 1:C") ithmacngrgsomchn
Brussels, April 2.- (By A. P.) -The' Corniwell Coal Bldg. i h acigrnss uhi
annual congress o fBelgium socialists bolism of the designs, Ask or
opened today and will continue for_______________
three dlays. The program calls for dis- ; FREE.
cussion of international politics. 4 A IPH
hat OLD COA AN 1 ET Exquisite Platinum Engage
VITA! NEW TROUSERS OFet lu-hieDimod..8
T iSAME J TEVIIA* I fetbu-hieM)n >.l 8
T. 1DI4,PATTERN l Wedding Rings.
0 ~Bring in a saniple or v-est of fhat
I mcltegodan nik old discarded sut W le ill
Dl"air of troutsers to your
f Sample .andi Prices Submnitted
for Your Approival
In Extra Pair of Trousers Mill
iake Your Old Suit a~Ne One. J-F 'E T O
Next to WuVrerth 'Theiatre '

wvell Block.'

ItIIIIIE li 18iaIIIiiIui uiiwirI~E3iii i n
des and Grooms
:td Wedding Rin~gs shows in
ewevest designs of sentiment,

favor, and explains the
send for this booklet.

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°ment -Rings.
White Gold

Set wvith per-
Mountings and

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luncheon in honor of Professor, T. 11. Morgan will. be
B o the Michigan Union, Tuesday st 12:110 p. tm. The
Please -brnlg exact chnange if possible, to avoid delay.
L. E. THATCHER.
ig Tuesday, April 3, 1923 in Forestry tIoratory, Natural
"Hydrogen Iron Concentrations'In. Plant guices,''" F. G,
Dpf Color in Rose Quart?," D. F. Holden:
GEO. 0., BROWN.
ent of Zoology anniounces three lectures by, Prof. H. S.
Johnis Hopkins University, April 4, 4:15 p. in., Room 214
ever.
mn., Natural Science Auditorium, "Can we observe evolu-
1p. mn., Room 214' N. S., "Genetic problems in Protozoa.".
leture will be especially interesting to the public who
ted.A.' FRANKLIN SH-ULL.
lgiw Band:
edule for the week:
1 3, 'Natural Science Au,0torium 7 p. m..
,ril 4,' University Hall Auditorium 7 p. m.
ril 5, Natural Science Auditorium,-7 p. .
WILFRED WILSON, Director.

Pests the j
Arch in Stv
Women Who Walk
a great deal appreciate Princess' Pat, the
famnous Walk-eOver walking shoe. A
stylish oxford, with straight inside line
and narrow heel. A built-in arch sup,
pots gives added comfort in, this model.
Princess Pfat, exclusively Walk- Over~, also
comes in high shoes and pumps.
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the; Spring Trip will meet tonight, Tuesday, at 7 p. in. in Wes-
discuss final plans,.and- to rehearse Michiigan songs.
CARLTON WELLS,
ouse f Repesentatves:'
e lar meeting of Adelphi will be held tonight in the Adelpbi
dtors ax'e always welcome.
DONvALD 0. COOK, Speaker.
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It will pay you to come
down and' look over our
new arrivals.
Regardless of whether
it is a sprit or a topcoat or
general haberdashery,17ol
wilifind that eve will be of
service.

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UN$CEASING alertness on the apart of in-
dustry is essential to its Krel-beino, and its
hduties of "today with a .veto
the~ possibilities of tomorrow, is out of line
'with progiress.
CRESCENT is ever alert to the possibil-
ities of its art; ever striving to nuke its
service of' increasing worth to: Crescent
customes
QUR .ENTI2RE tauizatio4,i, faciitated
by a complete a mode equaippe
plant is interested in 'pubti maximum
vale into every job.
IF Y~OU Do not know what our staff of
capble artists, our corps 'of trained en-,
~vers and our compliment of bicked el-
ectrotypers can do for your business, you
may be overlooking, a valuable contact.
WE~ WILL BE GLAD to tell you more
abouit Crescent methods.
goer Stloq in Pictures L..eaves flothing Untold"
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Good-look' g, well tailored Shirts, of Momme,
sol ette, anid Oxford;
$2.50 and upward
HWand-made English fou lards, in patterns po pu-
lar for the coming warm weather;
$1.50
Imported silke belts, in pleasing color combina-
tions; they're good taste, and extremely~ cornfort-
able,;
$2.00

Nlorfolks and Sport .Models are popular
this Spring. We f eel certain that wve can
save you some money on these goods.

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