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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THE ICHIAN DILYSUNDAY, MARCH

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DAILY OFFICIAL BU LL E T I
?ubllcation Ini the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
be University. Copy received b* tteAgasianiv t the : -Aft erlt until
1:30 p. M. (11:30 a. m.. Saturft.-
Volume 4 SUN~DAY, _11iARC'1 9, 1924 !N uiber 117 I
the Deans:I
There will be a conference of the Deans on Wednesday, Marchl 12, at
o'clock, In the President's office. f. L. lBnrtmi.
gate Council:
The next regular nmeeting of the Senate Council will be held Monday,
ch 10, at 4:15 p. in., in the President's office.
'. F. Robbhins, Secretary.
r-erslt-y Senate:,
The third regular meeting of the University. Senate for the year 19233-
4 will be held in Room C, Law Building, on the evening of Monday, March
at 8 o'clock.
Order of Business:
1. Election of one member of the Board in Control of Athletics.
11. Election of. three members of the Board of Directors of the Michigan
on.
III. Proposed amendments to the Constitution of the University Comn-
tee on Discipline.
IV. Requested report on the Functions of the Senate Council.
John W I. Bradshiaw, Secretary.
clhalogy18:
There will be a make up examination in Psychology 8 for those who
sed the final examination in Room 364, Natural Science Building, rt
a., Monday, March' 10. -V. 13. ;Pilsbury.
Roraphers Wanited For Vacation Work:
Students wno wish to secure stenographic positions during the sum-
plontlis are requested to make application at the Secretary's Office as
!y s possible. J. C. Christensen, Assistant Secretary.
'SIcs C'olloquium:
The Physicsi Colloquium will meet at, 4:15 p.,im. Tuesday, March 11, in
)m 202 Physics Building., Professor G. A. Lindsay and Miss Katherine{
niberlailn will speak on:--'The Outer X-Ray Energy Levels of the
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logy :3. (Hleredity):;
Exmination Tuesday, March 11, at 9 a. in. Those regularly assigned to
is in rows A to G, Inclusive, will go to Natural Science Auditorium;
e assigned to seats in rows 11 to M, inclusive, will go to Room B, Law
ding; those in' and back of row N will go to West Gallery, Alumni
norial Hall. A. Franklin Shull.
for .1e"hanleal Engineers:
MIr. R: L. Radcliffe of the *Worthington Pum~p and Machinery Corporation
bin Room 221, Engineering building, from 10 a. in. to 4 p, in. on Mon-

day, March 10th. He wishes to interview all men who are interested in
positions with this company. It. C. Anderson.
a_1 Mens' Educational(Clb:
The club will meet at seven o'clock in the Union on March 10. Prof.
(2C. 0. Davis will speak on, "The Teacher's Load". All men taking courses
in education are invited. Frank L. Balley, Pres.
Facly Concert:
The next program in the Faculty Concert Series will be given Sunday
1(r fternoon, March 9 at 4:15 o'clock in HIill Auditorium by Mrs. George B.
!,Jihad and the University Glee Club. The general public with the except-
io;n of childlren under twelve years of age is cordially invited to attend.
The program is as follows:
Laudes Atqtue Carmina (Stanley), Now is the Month. of Maying (Morley),
Xiorning Hymn (Henschel) Michigan Glee Club; Sonata, Op. 37 (Tschaikow-
sky) Mrs. George B. Rhead; Glorious, Forever (Rachmaninoff), On the Sea
(Buck) Glee Club; Nuit d'"ete, Opus 11, No. 5 (Liapounow), Etude, F minor
(Liszt), vMrs. Rhead. Charles A. Sink, Secretary.
Public Speaking' for Engineers:
The following men will appear on the program for Tuesday, 7:10 p. in.,
March 11, Room 348 West Eng. Bldg.: Reid Chairman, and Messrs. Madison,
Neff, Reisch, Robillard, Stewart, Eversdyk, Sanders, Ellis; Wightmnan.
C. A. Schmidt, Chairman of Assemblies.
31einbers of Comedy Club:
There will be a brief meeting of Comedy Club from 7 to 8 o'clock
Tuesday evening, March 11th, in the parlors of Barbour Gymnasium. Every
member is urged to be present as the plans for the approaching production
of Captain Applejack are to be presented and the committees appointed.
Charles Livingstone, Pres.
Seniors hInB usiness A dmiinistratlion, 1lectrical, Civil and
Meelliarnlel Engineering;
A delegation representing the American Telephone & Telegraph Co., and
i the associated Bell Companies, including the Wester'n Electric Co., will visit
the University of Michigan on March 12, 13, and 14, for the purpose of inter-
viewing and employing men who graduate in June and wish to enter the .
Communication Industry. Mr. C. E. Lucas and Mr. 0. N. Bunting, 1923
graduates of Michigan, who are employed by these interests will be in Room
274 Engineering Bldg.,~on Monday and Tuesday, March 10 to 11, to inform
those interested about the nature and possibilities of the work undertaken
by graduate~i as they enter this field. For those who are further interested
Mr. Lucas and Mr. Bunting will schedule :interviews .vitlv the delegates ar-
riving later in the week. Edmund F. lDay.
Joseph N. Cannon.
Thero will. be a conference of the regular members of the staff of the
School of Education and all Graduate Students in Education Monday even-
ing at seven o'clock in the office of the School of Education, Tappan Hall.
Mr. Arnold Brown will report progress upon his dissertation for the Ph.D.
Degree. Guy 3. W fipple. Chairman of the
Committee for Graduate Students.

Paris, Mar. 8.- Premier Poincaire!
told the cham~ber of deputies yester-
day France hadn't recognized Russial
solely because at Genna,' when theret
was a question of doing so, the soviet.
refused to recognize Russia's debts.
Berlin, Mar. 8.-Resolutions dlenoun-~
cing the Turkish nationalists '.r abol- 1
ishing the Caliohate were adopted at a
gathering of the Islamic community in;
Berlin.
Cologne, Mar. 8.-More than 20,040
workmen at the Baden Aniline Dye
works in Ludwigshaven have lbeen dis-
missed for refusal to work nine hoursj
a day.

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