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THE MICF

THE ICSAN DAILY

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ItYOFFICIAL BULLETIN
atIon in the Bulletin is coistructivie notico to all members- of
iversity. Copy received by thelt As ;Mont tc the Z'1eturtl
m i. (11:30 a. m. Saturtlex
* 4 fl LSl)A , MARCH 11, 1921 'Number 118
eans:
e will be a conference of the Deans on WVednesday, March 12, at
k, in the President's office. 31. L. Burton.
InBusiness Administration, Electrical, Civil, an~d Mechanical En-
legaton representing the American Telephone R TOlegrazph Co.,
kssocated Bell Companies, including the Western Electric Co., will
Univrsit ofMichigan on March 12, 13), and 14, for the purpose of
,ng anid employing men who graduate in June and wi~h to enter
nunication Industry, Mr. C. E. Lucas, Mr. G. N. Bunting, andi7Mr.
;rtin, 1923 graduates of Michigan, who are employed by these in-
rl be in Room 274, Engineering Bldg. oan Monday and Tuesday,
to 11, to inform those interested about the, nature and possibil-
te work~ undertaken,b graduates as they enter this field. For
oa are further interested Mr. Lucas, Mr. Bunting, and. Mr. Martin
Aule interviews with the delegates arriving later in the week.
Edmund F. Day
Joseph IL. Cannon

Gabrilowitch To
give Recital Here
Monday, March 31

!on that amiong; living masters of theI
piano he has no superior. Hlis An
Arbo~cr program wiill probably includej
groups of Chopin, Brahms and theo
modern .Russians.
ITickets will lbe for sale in the nears
future.

*Physics wi estlcure room. Admis-! Postpone Adelphl Meetdug
lion free. (AM=ph house of Representatives
4:1--Tilihtorgan rechiti, 11111 au- will not hold its regular meeting to-
ditorium. 1 ight due to the lecture given by Royt
?t 9-5 --lelioys iueel in harris OhIll.Capman Andrems. Next'Tuesday the
S:O)--"Ioim ('ariie,"tihe i im Adelphis will hold a closed meeting to
Spanish llay under the auspices of sele °t the freshman team for the an-
La Socieuad tii panica, Sarah Cas-'nual Adelphi-Alpha Nu freshiman de-'
well Ang;eli hal. bate.
_. - 2 T~uI.,T.eI ccssineu iur retu naalt

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CRYING WARMOLTS, D. S. C.
Chiropodist and
Orthopeistj
737 North University Phone 2652.

TH ATI'S GO IINGt ON u-o'r1E
'r!Appilication,,i for tickert to the .inniatl
--- ------Military ball will be given out at' +
TUESDAY the desk in the L3pion lobby today
12:%M--31atlnmee Musicale lunch, 'room I and tomorrow.,
31.9,Union.
12:l-.-~ph 1)eitaSiga lnchon, Patronize Daily Advertisers.-4dv.
:":.; G Lane hall. r
:00-'Sot~d, prayers, Williunts'
Memorial clapel.
4 :01-LUnion I'i~r cominttee meets MIi NO ICETONI
activities room, Union.
4,:30-UnIversity 0 irls' Glee club meets!
in Barbour gymnasium. I We wish to extend to our numerous.
Sarah-Caswlhl Aynrgellhlr 1tpatrons, to their friends and to all
Sara C~wellAngli hll.men desiring distinctiveness in style,
7:30--Mi1mes society meets 1II 3Llmes' combined with quality equal to that of
01l t theater. the best brands of hats made, an in-!
Ossip Gaiowlsch 8:30-Knights of Columbus meet In X. vitation to inspect our new Spring of,
The en inent pianist and conductor"of C. home, Huron and Division 1 21 "Mann Fine Tailored Hats for
of the Detroit Symphony orchestra streets. Me"4, ondplyathFcor
will give a recital Monday night, Mar. ;8 :00-Bushnes neeting of the Pres Rattores a17Staekard)(WheretD.tU.
31 toPattengill auditorium. jclub In the Green Tree inn.RfactopshatwState S.)Ontesofh
Mr. Gabrilowitsch's concert will be ; hats, we are able to insure you a dis-
the last important musical event of the: WEDNESDAY ; tinct saving of a dollar or more rWn
season prior to the May Festival,.lie 4:00-Scaibbard and, l ado meeting- your hat. We also do cleaning and
is just now bringing to a closb the! second floor, old engine shops. reblocking of hats at low prices for
most successful season in his earecr{ 4:1- Parls and Its .sIomluuv?nts," an1high Class Work. Have your hat re-
I'lutatdlcue nF;lih ne blocked at our Factory, where it will
his many recitals and concerts with h lutae etr nOgih ne e done right.
orchestra having confirmed the opin- the auspices of Cercle Francais, --d

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e--.Paris anad Its Monuments", illustrated:
ve under the auspices of the Cele Francais by Mr". Bement,
i, at 4:15 o'clock, Physics West Lecture Room (in building back
)nary), Wednesday, March 12. No admission, public invited.
John 11. 3MuYSlrews

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PLAY

Mr. lioy Chapmian Andrews will give the last lecture of the Oratorical
ocIation progr'am tonight in Hill Auditorium at 8 o'clock. His subject
bp "Searcig for the Prehistoric Man". The William Allen White
et~ will.be used for .admission.
J. K. IDunn, President, Oratorical Association.
namilcs 8i:.
11 ad 1TVtclW "B ctsines~ Cycles" as given In Friday's "Rteadings", of
c}I' 1* are 6 copies in thle Economics Library.
The class will not meet this week. l~eadf, read the first 4C hapters of
Aerson's "Supply and Peinand'. Duplicate copies may be found in the
nQils. Library.
F. 31. Taylor
ilier of tCommerce:
All seniors wishing to find employment thiroucgh the C. of C. Employ-
t Pureati, should see Wesley Murray in the C. of C. office onl the lard
rof U. Hall TUESDAY or THURSDAY from 2 to 5 pm.
ROlBERT J.. tl Rl, Jr.
Publicity Director
er's, Oratorical Association :
All Ushers and Ticket Takers for the Oratorical Assocation Lecture
[s are ~exected to report to Hill Auditorium_ for the final lecture toni: lit
W 1ilir1Tlloho~ing,
~ Chairmain, U'sher Commn'ittee~
1Leglrmetn will be held in 'Room 401 Mason Hfall this evening at
Prpfessor Fieldi will present a paper~, "Oni a'Ration~al Plane Qi~ni tic'Curve
:,prRe'al Cusps." All persons interested are cordially invited to at-
1Lthe meetings of the Club.
W. W. Denton, Secy.
Thereuar meeting of Adelph1iHouse of Repiresetatives 'for tonight
lipfostpoed until next week because of the Oratorical Association le( -
toih by Roy Chapman Andrews:
Millard H. Pryor, Speaker
'erslty of Mflchigan Bond:.
Speial rehearsal tonight at the School of Music auditol'iumhi-'ehearsal
start, promptly at eight and will last one hour. Bring racks. By order
William (raiilieh, Jr., Manager
S~cM&4 Iispaonlea:
Aplcations for tickets to the dance of the La Sociedad Hispanica
uld4 be sent to L. Wallace Hoffman, 103?7lBaldwin Avenue, together with
ck Members of the Sociedad will be given preference until March 25
n tickets will go on general sale-limited to eeventy-flve couples.
L. Wallace Hoffman, Chairman

Production

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lunch hunger-
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Three" Ne W'Books -you should read

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'"A Marriage Proposal"

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SIC PEGRFO R ANCIES

Tuesday Night, Marc1 18
Wednesday Night, March 19
ThiursdayK Mght, M h ,620,

w Fri day, Night, March 21
Saturday Matinee, March 22
Saturday Nighit, March 22

"A Dol ftLs"
r' Three. Act Drama
"ACurious Mishap"
Three Act Comedy
-Carlo Goldoini

Decide Upon

Your Night. Now'.

First _Performance in Honor of Senior Women

Ia1
Long-Legs"
Four Act Comedy
-Jean

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Band practice tonight rMorris Hall 7 :15 P. M.

4"addy.

Vin. T. Carpenter

SEVENTHR Yi.1 ETl '~:7 r INTITiLE A (T
. I CLUB TO sG111l 8: . Page It )
182 PAY W[HNSOAY clanscrls from the field in the
first tev iue of play, w hen
"Do~ CI~~nes" te Spnishpla harry Kipke sustained a badly sprain-,
"Don Clrine," he Sanih - layed knee. This injury practically spell-:;
r .1924 to be produced by La §ocie- ed the downfall of the Wolverines.
L~.Ul~~mia.,~wlI b gien t 8Traveling to Iowa, tihe Maize and Blue
'clock Wednesdy evening i Sarah live handedi the. Barry coached team'
aswell Angell hall, It is a two act anothler defeat, with Harry Kiipke play-
)medy by Serafin and Joaquim Al-I!igteetr aeo he rt
rez Quintero. The play is under iageenirwam efo ea ergi.243
la iretin o Mr E A.Merad, o :core in the final home game of the
e department of Etomiance language's, season but this was the last win for
ssted b~y Professor Herbert Ken- teWleie o hssao.Id
on, of the Spanish department in the anaWolerineadforithian. indi-e
chnaopullednaheadrongMichiganlin tile
~boI o Eninerin. Te pay illnext encounter and Illinois managed'
e given, Saturday night in Detroit, to finish on the long end of the score
the Detroit City college. Saturday night, ending the Wolverine
The cast of characters is as follows; !schedule.
[na Clarines, Sarah Slocumu, '25; ______
arcela; Mabel August, '24; Tata,, 'New' Fraterliit3 Installed
elene Schima~nsky, '24; Darla, Es- B lrhatrika, a local house club, was
er K1erft, grad.; Miguel, Marsh Sin- ' formally installed as tile Epsilon
[air, '7'; on Basilio, larshall Levy,!chl roi aib Pifteny
,7; ~ uju ,Dougas.N'4hittlnoe, a formnal ~banquet held at theUn
Isopeta, Loran G. Bartley, '26; Cri-5 ion S-,tur-day'inght. Among- the
pnA-ane Shawa.ker, '25. speak ers cof the evening were i em-
I hes o th frteritys national c un-
Sesiedfor real results. cil fromn New York city. ,

Webster

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IVarch

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"Idylls of thie King~
Recital
-Alfred Tenyson

Watch The Daily

For "iThank YPou Madam" announcements

TICKETS FOR1ERIE

Lower Floor and Boxes $9.56
F'iat Two, Rows in Balcony, $2.00

Second Four Rows in Balcony, $1.50
Remainder, of ;Balcony, $1.00

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