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_____________ THE MICHIGAN DAIV~
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FF1CIAL BULLETINI
Llletin is constructive notice to all momberu of
.received until 3:-fO D. M. (11:34 a. w. Satrday
FIDAY, APRIL 2) 1923 'Numbelr 143,
,oture, Science and te Arts:
s now at work will be unable to marke any report at
g which was scheduled for April 23, this meeting
ext regular m 3eting of the Facity will be held

WHAT'SGOING

Explore°AfricaI 2P ,XA o'IIwi'"( 1" li il ~i; o 1Mu rniin f esor' Br'ouwer, Awho -5 th? lvex I ,Jit Lo (l 5Qm ill. A ^
11o Del t, HoP- pro1fessor with Prof.. HI. Hold,.bi cljassiftecd ad wl sell it for
ANIy ipa e o Ii ;.. hassn astof inv (retbate 111r geology departmnt, la stvar
,,, ois of the permia,,-11 to ti n a( e iCthe collection ilinte Dutc(.llt im iathaa J
M ~tcYn'l izr 1toi iesiygooialms Po- Idis. Adv

JOHN R. EFTINGEI.

~('l1C~~%JV lyfor tfi t ur~so:~
tiue day before ibieit<i
room 319q of the Uion-,.
112 :15-Law £atultyi h in -!: Ali
dining roo m of the Un on.
Science auditorium.
~64.0--Alpha CM Oozega dinner in roaM
1338 of the Un ionl.
6:30--Eonaic4faculty dinner ill
i rom 31 ofthe Union.
6:45-$opiwiore b nod practice in
Newberry hal.. Bring instruments.E
7 :(O-Ikrco~vgaeZionilst assoc as
tiou meets in Lane hall.
roonm in University hal.
S:0WO-Dance :4t HarrIs hll for (Guild
members and friends.
9 :00--Wesleymi guild spring party inj

7-ITST

RICH:

Physical LaboratryMaua

Duncan & Starling's PyisHA

not be able to mreet these classes today.,
L. A. S~tRFATTSS.
iavinacculical Association fleeting:
branch, American Pharmaceuical Association dinner, 6:15 Mich-
tonzight, followed by program in Room 151; Chemistry Bldg. at
interested are invited to attend. Reservations for the dinner
adle not later than Friday noon.
C. 1. STOCK IliG, President.
leee of Literature, Science, and the Ants:
is recently been some complaint because students fail to assem-
y. for classroom exercises. Part of this delay apparently has
the fact that classes are not always dismnissed promptly on the
ur classes under the present conditions are being held in a
r nmber of building about the campus than usual, the cns-
4d of five minutes between classes is barely suffcient when rec-
;e proptly. It is therefore requested that particular care be
litate the rnovfrnnt of classes by dismissing them promptly on
J. R. EFT ING ER.
mis Play~
members wishing to attend the performance of "Bataille de
Sarahb Caswell Angell hall, Tuesday, April '24, at 8:15, may se-
in the reserved section from Miss Daivis, Prof. Canfield's office,

C--f

NN'esley hail. A 11 ° o'IRian
''I'l~r);(e ,> and;gt over thec
{ ( 7 I lo1'1}ln pa r1 t o r iciato 'lef,0
l11" i isi i i;1is' -111 aibrI1 y oil t~utuvc pEri'il
hall of the Union. r:lnpi.
rei f) rpaneniters. Ie.
Masonic temple. First degree iiit- toici t ,Trlioli, Tunis andAle
iatan .1 then continue through Spi
jL fyEi'f n 11{-t1H1'F" "4) (Frarice and then acron's the cin,
of the Union. i England.
Tefir Atldl; of senior Ilt4>1 ry, e ag-N I
inei r, and education canes have been TPWIE
receivedl and rnay be obtained at
W, gn er and commpany's. L
Tryo-zf fr eborusparts In TnestV1u1
oprwill be held from 4: to 5 :30 olivers
and from 7:30 to '1:30 o'cloch todaoy !iith Premier, visible ......
n the Mim-es theaiter. Uderwod............... .
European sk('ehes byer rd T4 ienihgton, No. 7 ......
Sohllin g, archIie(.tl in arehi te:tura1l ;emingttin, visible ..........
corridor case. ;C oron....................
PhtahID0'VoI l' 0C 14a190T1i0une corn- ii ammnod.......... ..
petition b)uildlings i1a Librairyk- .C S~h& Tros. . . . . .
rcase. All tma(:hiines fully gaat
Senors in all seliooIl mand colleges; We buy, sell, rent, exchan,clean
should place orders for canes withi reptair all standard makei.s c
Wagner and company before tomior- typewriters.
row to insure delivery, iin tlime for
senior cane day-. 0. LD. IV1UR ILL
Wl7irisc e~x idse 11 lime nit of thme 1? Nickel's ArcadJe
poetry contest to midnight, Mondaiy,ThTyertrnd tainy
April 23. I'oTpwie n -:!.:lr

U.Gh UST
A REAL PRICES
RIli 8:34A.M.L LUMNU
SAL 41 09C&6
15 up1 ear frly hil seh ldassor ttmesco ete-Shafl rabegis at9rdaytsad8:30 enA . M
1 p alywP honsotet scml~-Sl eM 554 r213.at15 30W . Li.
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A. J. JOBIN.

!re will bea q meeting tonight "at 7:30. The freshmen will give their
s en the question: "Resolven t hat 'residential candidates should
mated by, direct primaries to b e held simultaneously throughout the
Mates." Trhe meeting will be open to members or pledges only.
ELIMER SALZ MAN.
sbers ofthte various faculties who have submitted lists of their pub-
-)!,s and articles for the period, 1924-22, are asked to. call at the
th~e Graduate school and correct proof ut once. The bibliograpliie9
ie published with the report of the dlean of the Graduate school as
the President's Report now in press.
ALFRED H. LLOYD*
n Clheinmal Society, U. of r. Section:
fessor B. C. Franklin of Stanford University, President of the Amer-
emical Society, will speak on "'The'Amnionia. System of Compoundls
Inmentallyr Illustrated," Thursday, April 26, at 8:00 p. in. in the Chem-

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are invited to attend.

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C. C. MELOCTIE, Secretary.
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