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April 04, 1923 - Image 8

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a noteo to all memnbers of
m.L (11:80 a. m. Saturday.)
4, IW3 -anmbper Mt


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itectural corridor, Engineering Su evssD sg
There will be no Vniversity Cin nlber Of I~ew Telescope
of Csixnerce discussion sectionto
I invtnflon,4 will be given to ltoldorn o
Mltary baill tickets from 1 :f30lt65 3
o'clock today and tc:norrow in the
lobby of the Union,
Aple~oi o h rs rii ilbe given out for the last time from u
1 to 3 o'clock today. Freshmen must
-pay class duns from S to 11 aind
fromn 2 tc. 4 today, or. tomorrow in. t>
tau: Union' ii they wish to go to' the .
1 FroshFrolic.(!

a corgeience ,o fieie.Dans Wednesday, April 4,'at 10 a. ni.
M.' L. 13IRTON.
osm t nbi tIe lego of 4 titur' e, ience, and 'the
~iof 'prtnents"'ztakbg returns to the Phi Seta Kappa
ttesaldicteon .tu eturxed list the deartnent frohi which
;1 an.If, np1ftant fl1,tIng of the Sophomore Engineers in
1 7WIfig bnt149x at 9 4 kw. *ednesday, prl 4. All memers
l" ola re ;uned o ), esnt. ,
CE. PWILSON,+iaetor.
ti #It of $ology, aft ngzics three leiettres by Prof. H. s.
ME 'fULSHopIn3A JIerslitrApI I 4 4:15p.Ai. ,Room 14
~. m.i, t 'I i khk4Aditorium, "an we" Lobserve eoin-,
+~ ti. ,Ragan214 N . 8 . 'Geuetc #robems in Protozoa}.
Slegture will 46pcal neetii ote ib~ h
14 A.FRANitLIN "SIti LL.
Ede ca tnen# of the Senate Council today (Wede-
a , the Peident' oflc;
F. Es7 ROBBINS,,Sretay.
t"r tlterooaf of 'cop dtos given in Chemistry 10
i ' 6r tat- sudets) _wil'te given I I oo. 122, Chei-
s ~ ust b~ e 1 e ob i at thi itirnle 'F F.B ,,C
ajii:-4~ iiterAt~dre, Seleoi a"slbtl Art:
8#, ieillig'of the taclna taff on"Wednesday, April 4,
5 x { ! ati. ianO3~UL.MIK~Y
,A pllteniv11it eet for' luncheon, at the U ion, Thurs-
1 ryS 3 ' i09ib ' W.R. HUtMPXREYS.
1 4 staff wvill"ieet for iueton, at the Union at 12 o'elek
- ~ ~ ~ ~ C I-',- THM8 .TRUF.LOOO.
rh~r4 th 'i )~~ 1~iwil give ,a rectal of ''As You
days it?116 t in,~ Uiivemsity Hal. ;Free to the
s, al~rt Aein tli t $6n ,of memibrs in room ' 21
W#6 W ddeAy, 4pril 4
tE.WIMIMETER, Sec.-Treas.,
ttL5oue 2y te~tval tieket lac ho ee filed and tiets
.~ $1 nsd UScets.'"ay be urchased by the public; at tts
.p~tQ~ rom i~k-i Ui~nGo'se tic~et43 are reminded that
fviue they,m it ate ekchanged,not later than April AW,
C I , I~SA. SINK Secetary.
t e 'will a a i t the, ir ty eenig asseibly: Al-
t "inke, IHaley, eiter, Thayrools and Richards.
ask J. N. GOSINSKI. Chairman.
4a dtt who $$pt to t lm a dgre in June should ordr
} iy 'rlday ,of tlrMe leek. Woinen should ,place their orders
' n tay admuWA,1 660rgMoe, 711. N University A".

j No orders for senior caps and
fgowns will be accepted after Fri-
day of this week. All those who
jhave not been measured by that
jtime at George Moe's, 711 N. Uni-
jversity ave., will be forced to go
jwithout- the. gowns at Swing-out,
jand the commencement week fs
fetivities. An unusually large de-
C =nd this year at the University
!has made it doubtful whether ev-
eryone can be accommodated, and
it is pointed. out that the 'sooner
(this week the gowns are ordered,
jthe better. The entire order will
jbe cent to the manufacturers on
j Friday,. so that the gowns will be
jhere by the date set for, Swing-

All senior lit s who ha ve not receiv-
ed order blantks t hroilgh the mail may
order their commencement invitations
and announcments ait the 'booth ini
University ha ll between 2 and 4
o'clock this afternoon. Thi~ will be
the last wcek during which orders for
invitations wvill be accepted.
University171Wi: Utize Ashecs
Ashes from the University heating
p-la nt are to be utilized by the Build-,
ings and Grounds ,department as cind-
er fill for the floors and roofs of the
new -buildings. The ashes are at, the
present time being wveathered to be
fit for this use.
E(.I1la,: Predets, Meet Todayq j
There will be a meeting of all
Iclass presidents' at 4:45 o'clock
ttoday in room 302, of the Un-
ion, to mtake arrangements for1
the registration and balloting at
the campus election, which are
supervised by a committee of the
IStudent council and thq officers
Iof the classes. It is imperative
that the president of each classj
Ibe present at this meeting. 1
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Prof. Will am J. lHussey
IProfessor Hussey has received word
that the rough glass disk for an in-
strument designed by himn- and now
under construction is on its way to
this country from Jena, Germany.

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fI C flN 8$1,9:00-t. S.le nig etrsi
I [FP"JVJ ',,pMre I a cturntl Science auditoriuifli. I
8:1b-Conwdy club preset's. "qtr. I,'im______________________________________________
~~ liass8es Bly" in W~'hitney theater.
th s: -l n a s~ a ct.1 11 1115 o'clock of TH U R SD A Y
ltuileatlon. 1 J<- fetl feulty lunch 'in priva1o low.
dining 'roomi of the Union. _
,I)r' 4- O-Cost of Ices Cigarms ltormlg is-
1InHauditor. met" in room 206. University hall.
bandI m~eesIn :Ocf Junlor law banqnet In Wiiet's R N -A NDT EG A U
6ii ncie :1L---letarlcaiengifleering ; g GRA D-DADAND HE=GR M PU
ftng stiftdine nti erinpiadin'g roomof th n -
)m of the Union. Union,
i~r~'n~l'7 eelunletslnppereR'~n~Grand-dad, who used to be a sailor, has no. use for young men of the -
r~om o the nion.type he calls "gramnpuses." These are the kind, according to Grand-dad, wh
,f chub meets l !7 i 1ka h'lm an ol Cm
oit the U~nion. I meets in room 302 of the Union. "make a lot of fuss and feathers, but never get anywhere."
ets I room 30' of j8:W--AMfrc kreymborg' .leettres in i
-. ~ Hill auditorium.
class in room 3ij 8:04-.-Hob rtguild 'players- present, w The other day one of our biggest captains of industry told Grand-dad
two laysIn Harris hall.-
meetsoiplayson.- that of 40 men in one department of his business, not one had a savings account
lubmets n eemI anior 1W s' a -dene, ens must- of $500. And the lowest salary paid in this departrment was $150 per
roett Wais meeti be ordered a Wagner 's 'before spr ng month. He went outside" to find a new manager for this department-and
hall of tbe Union. vacation~... -
toll m~etsiIn the~ Fie exhllition of orl ~al studles b~y the men inside are still wondering why he did it. Grand-dad characterized 9
IMata and l nglish. painters, arch- ~ tewoelta
Saving means something "more than laying aside a sum against possible
'II ST Smisfortune. It means the forming of habits that are as essential to success as
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