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THE MICHIGAN DAIL\ ~

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DAILY OFFICIAL BUILLETI"
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members ofJ
the University. Copy received unil 2:30 p. im. (11:30 a. in. Saturday.)
v o u e UTSEI A , Js A Y 9 9? sychology 21:
All members of the class will report to D~r. Barrett at the Psychopathic
Hospital, Tuesday,' January 9 at 2 p. in. E. 13. SKAGGS.
21iathematical Club:
R.egular meeting will be held in Room 401 Mason Hal11 this evening at
8 o'clock. Mr. C. C 'Craig will'present "Some Applications of Linkages".
Graduate students and members of the Faculty are invited.
W. W. DENTON, Secretary.
Physical Colloquium:
Mr. David Dennison, "Thermionic Consants of a Series of Volatile Met-
als" Tuesda~y, aJu. 9, at 4:15 p. im. in Room 202 of the Physical Labora-
tory. All interested are cordially invited to attend.
H. M. RANDALL.
Junior Research Club:
The regular meeting of the Junior Research Club will be held at 8 p.
n. Tuesday, Jan. 9, .in Room F427' Natural Science building. Dr. J. H.
Hodghs will talk on "The Compressibility of Elements and Compounds",
and Dr. H. R. Roehm will give a lecture on "Gas Production by Bacteria".
J. C. GENIESSE,
Acting Secretary.
C'rl rnasThe next lecture.. will be, given byMr. Cloppet tomorrow, J 'n: 10, at the
Natural Science Auditorium at -4 :15. Subject: "Pier-re Lot,-his life and
works". This lecture will be in French.
A. J. JOBIN.
Phi Sigma:
The Fall Initiation Banquet will be held Wednesday, Jan. 10, at 6 p.
in. at the Michigan Union. Initiates are asked to meet in the lobby.
R., 0. T. C.:
Atered Adva.nced Course Uniforms are now on hand. Commutation
Cheks ar ready for distribution. See your unit commander.
' F. E. COLLINS,
Capt. Int. D. 0. L.
Ccinedy Club;
Will meet Wednesday evening, J n. 10 ,at 3 o'clock in Sarah Caswell
Angel Hall., The following plays will be presented by the initiates: "The
Impertinence of the Creature" by Gordon Cosmo-Lenox; "Nevertheless' by
Stuart a Vlker, and 'Two Slatterns and a King" by Edna St. Vincent
Millay. C. J. DRESBACH.

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cosmopolitan* Club:
Meets in Wesley Halt Thursday evening, Jan.
Moran, of the Western Union Telegraph and Cable
spea%. on "Thie World Cable Situation". Important
lows. ' .blic invited to Cable lecture.
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Univrsity of ffichigan Varsity Baird:
R.eguar rehearsal 7 p. m. Wednesday, Jan. 10,
poi-tant that all members be prosent.WIRE

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11, at 7:30 p. mn., Mr.
Company of Chicago
business meeting fol-
J. A. C. HILDNER.
University Hall. Im-
WILSON, Director.

Above, 'Major Guy i. Gearhart I
Belo«, Capt. Benton A. Doyley
The latest casualties, in the battle
or supremacy of the air are Major
guy L. Gearhart and Captain Benton'
k~. Doyle, army flyers. They died af-
:er an air collision at Langley field,
Ja. Four enlisted men also were kill-
'd in the crash.

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'.WHAT'S GOING ON 1j1 304, Lnion.Ifpr s et nr
I7 F:, 3de-i tll. club smoker in room"
30l'% Union.
N~OTICE--Copp for tis column sholid ! :U ?-aatbeatics club aiiets in roont
be submttd by 6:30~ o'clock oil 401, Mason hall. M. C. C. Craig
the day before pub~licationf. I specaks of "Some Applications of
- Linka ge,,%"
TUESDAY :40tl--juuiiy: 'e arch d tzp-cis b)
12:04--M.edical faculty lunch i l- room '. -427, Natural Scienice big ld-
ion..
12:10-Chamber of Commerce Lunch.-WEIlNESII)XI
eonu club meets in Chamber of Corn-wi .1 rP--Matnee iuskca. uach in'°room
merco Inn.. 31.9, Union.
4:00.-4Hp commijttee meets in roomnI ; Al- Cceo Fraicais lectures in N9a-
302, IUnion. tural Science auditorium, Mr. Clop-
5:00-Chibmes business staff and try- pet speaks on "Pierre Loti-His Life u
o uts meeting.J and His Works."
S ma4:15-Phy sical eolloqubn. '1r. Dai'bh. 0:00-Phi Sg a baniquet 'It Vlion
Dennison speaks on "Thermonie j7 :1 -errF. IW. meets in . SSenily
C ontents of a Series of Volatile' Met- hall, Union.
a~s in room 202, Physical labora- 7 :14) -Ilenorah Study circle meets.
tor'. -J 7:1 -ille club meets in ro nt i302,!
8 :00-Tau Reta P1 dinner 3n room 319; Union.-
Union.7 :i0---Student~ council mecets in raoir
7:000--Candidates for freshmnm engin- 0,Uin
sera basketball team meet in room 7 :30--Westerners club meets in Lame
326, Union. 1ial.
? :00-Uleyeland club meets lit room 8:0%iComedy club meets i Art . -b
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