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THE MICHIGAN DAILY __

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 192

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OFFICIAL BULEI

Allegro froin the Sixth Symphony (Widor) Largo (F~rom -the Ndew
V,,orld Symphony) ; Salvadora (Berceuse) (Federlein); Fugue on Bach
(E'ach) ; Reverie in G (Evans) ; Toccata from the Fifth Symphony ;(Widor).
Charles A. Sink, Secretary.

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IPublication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received b~i tbo A8~tant to the ?Preder't until

shington See Hum r Aiaga ine sensational in mnatrinionial circles by
announcing their temporary wedding,
roesbeck As New Anonenounce Wedding1 b celegrated by the publishing of
Atto ney ener l! a combined Issue of the two college
humor magazines. The marriage is
Stanford University, March 4.- to last one month onl. Rumor has
"The Stanford Chaparral" and the 1it that "Judge" is to perform the
Columbia Jester" are created quite a ceremony.
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I Volume 4 WEDNiESD)AY, M1ARCH, , 1924

lumbiler 1131

Air. Robert 4. Greve, Busines.s Officer of the University hospital has
been appointed Acting 'Dsredtor of the Hlospital, the appointment to take
effect at. once. 1. ~Tit
TO till', na
Iete MiI1he o eifl'e1UcC of thle De^ans on Wednesday, March 5.
.; - :l1. 7,. Burton.
Senior ]lectric"'Is:
Mr, ":liver S. Imes, Educational Director of the Century Electric Com-
pany, S mnt Louis, Mo.. will be in Room 273'Engineering Building on Wednes-
day ando-Thursdcy, Marche 5 and C for the p~urpose of employing men for the
sales otganizatiori of the Century Electric Co . ," eph I. Illaun01.

Students' Recital:
On Wednesday evening.March 5, at 7;34 o'clock a number of the advanc-
ed students of the University School of Music will give the following program~
in the School of Music Auditorium:,
Prelude and Allegro (Pugnani-Kreisler) Harold Ehrlich; Barcarolle
(Quip-ley) Beryl Maystead;. The First Primrose (Greig), I Love but Thee
(Liszt) ; H-edge-roses (Schubert) Felice Dorrance; Romance from Con-'
certo, Op. 22 (Wieniawski) Obertass (Wieniawski) Lucile Bellamy; Im-
promptu in CC sharp minor. (Reinhold) Myrtle Sanzenbacher; Ho! Mr. Piper
(Ciuran, Life (Curran) Evelyn Conlin.
Accompaniments by Lois Baker, Dwight Steere, Helen Blahnik and
Pauline Kam~er. Charlesi A. Sik, Secretary.~
Un!Iversity of 31icliigan .,I II x
h Iehearsal tonight will be at the Band Headquarters; at 7 o'clock. By
order, of the director, Wiliam Craulichr,.Jr. Manager.
ll. (Q. T. G FIAormlaio~n for :3:00) l't m. Today :a
Infantry Drill: All membhers of Companies, B and D,, except Rifle
'Teams, at IU. 0. T. C. Building. Uniformis will be worn..
Members of Co's 11, 1) and E Rifle Teams, designated to fire, will meet
.t Room 330 West Engineering Building.
Band practice at Morris Hall.
Officers, Noncommissioned Officers, Seniors and Juniors not included
in the above formations assemble at Infantry Office.
'Frn. T. Carpenter. .

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THE ROLL or platen is standard dia-
meter, I 1-2 inches, and is supported
on a carriage which operates smoothly
on ball bearings and has a., paper- '
release key, ratchet-release key, and
spacing lever for single or doubl~e
spacing.' J

Senfor Engineers:
Asseminbly Thursiday March 6i, at 10 o'clock. IRoom 3 .

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Juifor Engineers:
There will be vn important meeting of the Junior Engineers in Room
343, at 9 o'clock, Wednesday, March 5th. C. E. ,ilon.
Mike-up ExaminatIon lit Economics 1 and Econonies 2
The examination for those who missed the final will be given 3-6 p. in.
Friday, March 7, in Room 202, Economics Bldg. All who h~ave niot yet seen
Mr. C7,1. May about taking th~is should do so before Friday in Room 206,
l c. dg.F. It. Taylor.
tPhiu''lPhlsoh 1Will he. Kiven on Friday, IMarcW 7"rat 3:00
p. 11,1i106 Masion all. All papers'oflast semnester in i-L oibty 1; 2.
and '* still in Room 106 Mason Hall on Frid~y vwill be removed.
Wi. 1. Trap.

WH AT'S GOING ON
WEDNESDAY
7:3)4-a. in. -- Ash. Wedensday Holy
Communion services, St. Andrews
Kchurch.
10:0 a. m.--eneteiitlal Office anid
I Hoy 'Communion,.. St. Andrews,
1.00-Chimer; editorial tryouts meet in
Dress building.
r4 :15--Vocal group) of Matince Muslcale'
meets in School of !Music.
6 :00-Civ-1l Engineering staff dinner, f
Union.,
7 :00-Youngstown- Michiigan club
meets in room 302, Union.

____________________________Alex J. Groesbeck
THURSDAY Washington sees in the summons
12:1Vi-Romance club luncheon, tin. sent to Alex J. Groesbeck, governor of
ion. Michigan, by President Calvin Cool-
12:1,--vi~anis directors' lunch, tin. idge, the possibility that Groesbeck
ion. may be named attorney-general of the
der :1 atinee Mtusicale a meets ,at I United' States If Harry Daugherty
SSchool of Music.
1 - Catholic students meet in room should be forced to resign. The Mich-
316, nion.igan executive has been mentioned in
70. BelA~ani club meets in upper1 connection with a cabinet post sever-
reading room of Union. I al times.
t7:3-U niversitypost of the American
Legion meets at the Union.- subject of inquiry when the hearings
.7:30-Ch~amber of Commerce meets in ,should open.
room .304, Union. Charges of failure to~ enforcg 'the
iat-rslahi concin"ihcases transmitted by the federal trade
co mnttee Plan.s commission probably will be thiQ first
Daugherty Probe! produced against Attorney General
Daughery in the investigation order
by the sente.

3u COUVers'ation .
hose peo1ile 4,ho expect to take the work in Spanish . Con'versation
is conducted by Mr. Peraita in connection with the Sociedad Hs
Hi-will me~et tonight t ' :30o'clock in Room 202 South Wing.
s E. A. Nereid o.

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Style: "Distinctive or characterV
istic mode" (Webster)., Might
be shortened to "Stetson" in
speaking of hats.
STETSON -HAih
r$t'jedt for young men

oratorical Association Lecture:
Mr. Stephen Leacock will give the ninth number of the Lecture course,
tonght at 8 o'clock in Hill Auditorium, His subject will be "Re-discovering
England." Jol.K. Dunn, Pres. Oratorical Association.
'Botaniceal Smin r:
KMeets Wednesday, March 5, at 4:30. Room B3173, N. S. Building. Pap-
er by Fraink A. Spragg,-Genetic Expectations. It. 31.. i~av s.
Twl Iit Organ Recital:
O acoiz 'b tie sb ;eccf, onn the city of Mr. Palmer Christian, Uni-
vO ity organist, Who is giving a seriesof, out-of-town recitals, the regular
nesday Twilight Organ Recital will be given by. flqry .Russell Evans
o °ay City. Mr. Ev~ns js a graduate of the U~niversity' School, of 1Vbuic ndl
f ,several years ,wad ,.a °ner'be of its organ faculty.
He will, give the following program:.

17 :001-Quairterdieck mecets' in roomni323 Washington, March 4. - Tentativej
Union.J plans for beginning the investigation
7:00-Naval Reserve unit meets in R. of Attorney-General Daugherty and
0. T C. eadqartes,'the department of justice were made
7:15-Camp D.-I is smoker, roomn '21.1 by the special senate committee today,!
Union. ' but Chairman Brookhart sidthe
7 :30-11ig]llandl Park-111chigan club actual hearing of witnesses probablyj
meets in room 304, Union. would be delayed until next week. I
7 :30Student council mieets it n ion. The committee appointed Senator
7 :45t- h)eIolhay eetingr in HIai is lhail. ,ywheeler, D etzocrat, -Montana, author
73C-Ash Wedncsday eveniing prayer jl of the",j,*vetigation resolution, to a
!and sermon, St, Andirews church. silb-corinmittee' to .deterrnive,,the first

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