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Fights Pensions

Y OFFICIAL BULLETIN
in the Bulletin is cottstructive notice~ to all members of
ty. Copy received by t Asgistant tc the "c+'c~r't until
(11:30- a. m. Satur'Aox.,
SUfND)AY, FEBRUARY Wit, l1924 Sumber Mi

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Deans:
ere will be a conference of the Deans on Wednesday, February 27, at
lock in the President's office.- M. L. Burton.
,nt Research Advisory C'ommittee:
sere will be a meeting of this committee at 4 1p. n., Tuesday, February
Room 6, Library. F. E. R~obbins, Secretary.
IIbition e
e Ann Arbor Art Association has arranged for an exhibition of etch-
id dr'awings in Memorial Hall. It will be open week days from 1: 30
1 .m and Sunday from 2:00 to 5:00 p.,nm. The last day of. the exhi-
will be T'uesday, F+ebruary 26. Warren P.l1ouI ard, Pres.
ashy Lecture:
ofessor Paul Pelliot, membre de LVinstut, Professor in the College de
official lecturer of the American Committee for Lectures on the
y of Religions, will deliver two lectures in the Natural Science Audit-
Thie first lecture will be given on Monday, February 25, at 4:15 p.
bjeet "Early Cultural Intercourse between China, and the Nomad
in the Northwest Frontier." F. E. Robbis.

Schiool Obser-at~oii:
r. L. R. Drink will classify students in High School Obzervation
of Mr. Thompson, in office .A, Room 106, Tappan Hall, next week.
aily 8-11 a. in. and 1-4 p.mn. except Tuesday and Wednesday pai. in.
C. 0.Ia .

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etnum~bers of R. E. Allen, Millicent Bartlett, Rae A. Cleino, Fayette
danB. Izzo, Yoshiyasu Kumazawa, Samuel Leibovitz, F. L. Mlitil-
' k ,i=i'arry L. Samuel have been changed. Others' not previously as-
. *t are now on, the list.' All persons concerned should inispect
;siganients near room Z-234 ,N. S. before 8:30 a. rn. Tuesday.
' ~ A. FrA.nkini Shull.
'he University Symphony' Orchestra under the direction, of Sainuel :P..
food. Marian Struble; Froeeman. ;soloist, will give the following pro-
in the liculty Concert Series in i.ill Auditorium Sunday afternoon at

mnphony No. 1, C major (Beethoven) ;
o (Saint-waens) with Mrs. Freeman,
Rienjs" (Moiart) ; Three Dances from

Introduction anid Rondo Cap-
soloist ; Ballet Music to "Les
"Nell Gwyn" (German).
('Idres A. Sink, Secretary.

Ong Studemls:
Special Announcement for the first and second semesters of the
cyear 1.922-23 stated under the announcement of the 11. 0. T. C.
that It. 0. T. C._ could be substituted for Shop 2. This should have
op 1." There is no faculty action to substitute R. 0. T. C. for Shop .
ents electing R. 0. T. C., according to this statement, should there-
this approved on a sub)s titiltigf blank. No substitutions will be
I. becauseof the eior, after tOIL"s'el :>.
1. 4. 'llopkins, Sec'y.

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DRA MAf

X#S GOING -ON

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SUTNDAY
st Students'

BibTle class,

an, leadIer.' Lane hall.
Student classes', Presbyterian
ch.
[Unduistan club meets fin Lane
fzi'e*'sity Syiiipho.'y orchestraI
od Ji ur for Baptist students.
Lutheran student forum.
4tudent supper, Congregation'al
- Social Dour, Presbyterlan
ch.
Baitlst students meet In tGuild
6 for devotional service.
Youing peopres' meeting. $0.-
"Some World Crises." Lane
Christian Endeavor meeting,
nRozel leader. Topic,. "The
Problem:':'Presbyterian
ch.
Prjofemssr Waterman speaks oni
rationa and religion, Unitarian
ch parlors.
Nation lp~ctures--George Arliss
Me Man who Played God," Con-!
ational church.
Rabbi C. George Fox addresses
:s Students' congregation, Hail
to'iuin.
MONDAY
-,Iourwul club uch, Union.
- Sh~ients' relief cominttee
:s in room 319, Union.
Vilersity lecture, -Nfursl Sdi-
auditorim.
Exchange dlu) dinner, Union.
Liberal club mueeting', roont 4,
;Fen's Educationmal clubi, room
Union.

The Presbyterian Players, one of the
several church dramatic organizations
in the city, will present two flays by{
Susan Glaspell, "Trifles" an~d "Sup-
pressed Desires,", Tuesday, Feb. 26, i n
jLane hall auditoriumi.
Miss Glaspell, along; with her hus-
band, George CraM CookC, was the
founder and for manny years the direc-
tor --of. the Pi-ovincetown Players of3
New York City which have made such
a remarkable contribution to the bet-
ter' American drama.
The first play, "Trifles," is a. tense
melodrama of drab farm life, and coni-!
ecrns the olposite reactions of a mans
and a woman to a gruesome murder.
"Suppressed Desires" by way of con-
trast, is an uproarious farce, prof
ably the funniest ever written by an
American author.
The cast of "Trifles" will include
Honora Faulkner, '24, as Mrs. Hale;
Margaret Janes. '24, as Mrs. Peters;
Gerit Fielstra, '24, as Mr. Hale; Thonm-
as Dasef as the county attorney; and
Stacy Black; '24, as the sheriff. In the
cast of "Suppressed Desires" Dorothy
McKim, '24, takes the part of Mabel ;
Lewis Evans, '24E, the part of Steph-
en; and Flora Duffendach, '24, the part
ofHenrietta.. Tickets are on sale at
ofn hall, or may be procured at the
door.
(:111 Psi House Robbed Yesterday
At an early hour yesterday morn-
ing'the Chi Psi' House, 820 South State
street, was entered and robbed of ar-
ticles belonging to its members.1 Two
suits, a traveling bag, and a watch and
chain are reported as missing.
Madrid, Feb. 23.-Mateo Inurria,
noted Spanisb sculptor, is, dead.
AT TH'IE TREATERS
I Screen-Today

ilatton 1V. Summers
Opposition to the granting of frank-
ing rights to widows of presidents has
taken definite forh under the leader- "b
ship of Representative Hatton W. 'b
Summers, Democrat, of Texas. He has C
served notice that hie will oppose Tl
granting a pension of $5,000 as pro- H~
posed to the widow of the late Pres-
ident Harding as well as the granting i
of special privileges to any individ- t
FEW OFF[ICES ARRANED
FOR CHIMES, SGIRYLESr
New office of (Chimes ,ind Gargoyle
wiil be olpeedin the Press uiding.
soon as a result of the decision of thef
Board in Control" of Publications to
take over the former quarters of te
Athletic association in this biding.,
Carpentry work on these rooms will
begin right away after which the edi- .
toial staffs of these two publications;
will muove in.
At the present time the Chimes e0(-
itorial staff is in the student activi-
ties room of the Union. The transfer
of their offices will ring them to-
gether with the other publications on
the campus in the Press building. The
Glargoyle staff is at lpreset-ramped
for room. enlargement in space be-
iMg greatly needed.
The new addition is eomposed. ofa:
suite of two oomis. They will - be,
partitionedi off, part of the space hbo-
ing utilized by enlarging The Daily
staff meeting yow oi n he front of the;I
huilding, anoter' portinwill J ije(
into a store roon, and' the ma~or part{
will }douse the etitQ'ialg~gaiiz~tins+
of. f~e two stutdent 'magazines.
REPORT GREEE4ONROA
TO HEALTH AT CPITAL'
Washington, Feb. 23-Senator Frank
L. Greene, shot down a week ago
b~y a stray bullet fired in a battle i
between prohibition officers and sus-
pected bootleggers, apparently
strengthened his grip of .life today.
CPhysicians believed his condition
was better today than at any time
since hie was taken to the hospital,
although they said that no definite
prognosis could be made at this time.
The senator is now taking nourish-
ment. United States district-attorney
Gordon continued today his personal
investigation into circumstances sur-
rounding the shooting. He expects
to complete his -inquiry by tomorrow
or Monday. Legal action is being
withheld, pending the outcome of the
senator's fight for life Three men
are out on bail in connection 'with
the shooting.
"Jimmie the adtaker"sells anythingI
quicklly.-Adv.
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loll.This
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Guar a, nt ee d
rain and dsti
4 f proof, for allt
4Iround wear,
made of deeCp
tan shaded Di
agonal Bomba-
zine rubberized
to a pure India
Rubber, cuti
smartly and
tailored in lat-
est -.Spring
Style with!
Aiorm collar
and. belt, per-
f et fitting;
~'Goodyear La-
e ,$ Tetails ev-
/.:.. eyvhere for
i 8~d more.{
i.'t is yours a-;
solatey FREF i

'~ I'or selling only
three coats to youir friends at $4.00,
each, half the retail price. 'We bough
ai a bizg lot for cash at' a sacrificed
price and must disp )se of it quickly.
W'e can only do this by passing on,
this bargain to you.
SEND)10O MONEY!
Just send your name and address'
and cliest measure over suit you are
w2ii-: siies 34 1to 48. and1 we'lfor-

TTESDAY
sity lecture,

Natu!ra Set-

ioh~iect smoker, tinioii.
reslimnan assembly, Union.
inages Phi ltefa Theta Ho
it the Phi Delta Theta frate
fWashtenaw avenue, yester
,burned several cushions,c
nd~ draperies and damaged,
rk, walls andl the ceiling
m. It is believed that a higl
,e stub caused the contlaf
'he fire department was ca
.nbers of the house had ex
the fire before their arriva

Arcade-Tomi Moore- and Edith
Roberts in ."Big Brother,"
otuse Majestic--Barbara , La Mati' in
errn- "Thy Name is Woman."
cur- I Wuerth-"The, Old Fool."
.the 1-
g in] I Orpheum--- "Mind' Over 'Mtor."l
kted'I
gra- J
)tlled I
xtin-1 Stage--This Week I
(Th Grricek-Detroit-"The Fool." I

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