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TFIE M1CHKCAIN DAILN

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DA L F I LPublication in the. Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the Crrivereity. Copy received until 3.3O 3o . n (11:30 a. mn. Saturday.)
Voum : TESI)AY, APRIL 24, 1928J luniber 146
the eanus:
There will be a conference of the Deans on Wednesday, April 25, at
a.~ m. M. L. BURTON.
Any ,nember of the University staff supposedly receivino Thle Michigan
wily under the contralct between the Regents and The Daily is requested
report any failures of The Mlichigan Da ily's Circulation Department to
ak deliveries. These reports should be Bent promptly to the office of
ie Secretary of the University. Only by receiving nctice of failures to le-.
ver can the University business office" or The Michigan Daily itself keep
eck on actual performance of contract.
SHIRLEY W. SMITH, Secretary.
nii'ersity Lecture:.
Professor 7Jliodore de Lagunia, Professor of Philosophy at Bryn Mawr'
allege, formerly of the Faculty of this University, (will, speak on the sub-
ct "Waste in Education" Thursday, April, 26, at 4:15 p. mn. in the large'
eture room, second floor, Tappan Hall. Thie public is Invited.
F. E. ROBBINS.
11I'rersity LectRre:2
Dean H1.E. Hawkes' of Columbia College, Columbia University, will de-,
ter a University lecture on the subject "Examination and Mental Tests"
4:15 p. i., Friday, May 4, in the Auditorium or the Natural Science
zildng. Dean Hawkes comies by the invitation of the Deans of this Unt-
rsity. Ills discussion of the new, developments in college and univer-
y practice with regard to examinations will be of interest to the in-
rs of the faculties. Dean. Hawkes will speak, more informally, at
e meeting of tihe University Club, Friday evening, May 4.
F. E. ROBBINS.
RIrsity L.ectures:
The Hon. He~nry H. Curran, formerly President of the Borough of Man-
ttan. and fusion candidate for Mayor of the city of New York, will de-
ver his second University lecture Tuesday, April 24, at 4:15 p. in., "The
alue of Going into Politics-andl How to Go in." Room B, Law Building.
he pu.blic is invited.
J. S. REEVES.
oeujty Bibliographies;
Meibers of thle various faculties who have submitted lists of their pugb-
slwd books and articles for the period, 1920-22, are asked to call at the
11ce of the Graduate school and correct proofs at once. The bibliographies
e to be published tiith. the report of the dean of the Grduate school as
rt e: the President's Report now in press.
ALFRED H. LLOYD.
mibinied Curriculla:
Under thle University rules, all applications for admission to the Com'-
ned 'Curricula (Medicine, Law, Dentistry, and Nursing) must be 'filed with
,e Registrar on or before April 20. This year, however, applications will
receiv'ed until M.ay 5.
ARTHUR G'., HALL, Registrar..
cults, Colleetrotf Tierture, Sciencse, and the Arts:
TBiseinester reports, in order to be taken into account, must reach
yr oifl-ce during the present week. WV. R. HUMPHREYS.
Ident Loa1ns;
Applications for loans should be .returned properly filled out to the
Mece of the Dean of Students, Room 2, University Hall, on or before noon.
ednesday, April 25. J. A. BURSLEY,
Chairman, University ' Committee on Student Loans.

UniverS~ty Comittee ont Student Loans:
There will be a meeting of theo University Committee on Student Loans
n" Wenesda. , Apil 25, at 3 p. i,, in Room 2, University Hall.
J. A., BURSLEY, Chairman.

25, In Room Zr 231,'N. S. L. E. Thatcher will speak.
L. F. NWEIIME),1,R, Scc.-Treas.
)!iliiilIrT c 9 liiil
A u(in <<>>gand prad ee of t010 Sopb~oo( I I Bandwill 1be held iin Room
No. .a00 of l!'_- .'i'ia11Union;, at 6:45 Tuesd1ay evening.Bin instruents
NV. W. SP ANAG ELI, AMgr

Idica colAmnltaicBad
'There will be a meeting of the Board todaya
Am~ericani Ch~emical Society, U. of N. Section :

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at 1.2 noon, Michigan Union.
CARL WV. EIERBACH.

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t Professor E. C. Franklin of Stanford University, President of the Amner-
lean Chemical Society, will speak on "The Ammonia System of Compound,
IExperimentally Illustrated", Thursday, April 26, at 8 p. in., in the Chemical
Amphitheatre.
All interested are invited to attend.
C. C. M'ELOCIIE, Secretary.
Mathenatical Club :
Luncheon, will be served to member; of the Club on Wednesday, April
25, at 12:15, in the Michigan Union.
W. W. DENTON, Secretar~y
Renler ,Engineers:
Class Assembly will be held on Tuesday, April 24, at 10 o'clock, in
Room 348 of West Engineering Building. A large amount Of important
business 'will be up for consideraion at this Assembly and a full attend-
ance Is very much desired. W. C. RIOAD, Class Mentor.
e~O 02Toi D Engineers:
There wil be a very important assembly of the Sophomore Engineers
on Tuesday, April 24, at 11 a. in. in room 348 of the Engineering building.
Dean M. E. Cooley, President of the National Federated Engineering So-
cieties of, America and Mr.: b. W. Wallace, National Secretary of the FKd-
E rted ingineering Societies of America will be the speakers. All others in-
terested are cordially Invited. C. E. WILSON, Mentor.
ociology l19:
The make-up mid-semester examination will be given Saturday morn-
Ing, April 28,, at 9, in rooms 203, Econoics. R. H. HOL.MES.
jPhiysecs 4:
The clds will meet on Tuesday at 2 as usual, in Room 308.
E. F. BARKER~.
Crcde Erauca~Is: .
Regular members of Le Cercle Francais will obtain seats for the play
in the reserved section if they will give their namies to the secretary at the
door. ROBERT C. RUMSEY.

'J , :St a 11ay Breathz
A breath perfume suggests con-
ccalment. Till the offensivc odors
--cigars, decaying food, stomach
disorders, etc. Miake the breath'like
sprin~g.
Dgo that always before approach-
ing people, else you may spoil your
charm.
5 C R inldeooit
r An antiseptic mouth wash in
candy form.' Instantly deodor-
izes both the mouth and
-stomach. Gives sparing odors
to the breath. In the stomach
it also acts as a' digestant.
Carry with you. All druggists.
Remember "Jimie the adtaker',s
j nuinber-964.-Adv.

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fled(1.-A dv.
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Acolytes;
A regular meeting of Acolytes will be hield Tuesday evening, April 24,
at ,8 o'clock in room 106 Mason Hall. Profess or D. H. aPrker will read a
paper entitled "The. Problem of Conscience".
H. D. ROELOFS,, Arch-Acolyte.

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