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Publication in the Bulletin to constructive notico to all members of
the Uni'iersity. Copy received by tbe i~lpanV' tc the ',-4% entunutil
$:30 p. i6 (11:30 a. in. Saturdsx-o
Volume 4 WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 192:1 N imber 119
othe Deans:
There will be a conference of the Deans on Wednesday, March 12, at
n o'clock, in the President's office. 11. L. Burton.
umbined Curricul4:
Students who desire to enter upon one of the combined curricula In
itters and Medicine, Law, Dentistry, or Nursing mnust, before April 20 of
[o year preceding double registration, file with thte Registrar, on a blank to
Sobtained from him, a petition t-o granted that privileg,; These tppli-
ttions may now be filed, and the matter should not be overlooked.
Arthur G. Ral, IRegistrar.
'Professor William A. Frayer of the history department will gi,-e aLce
,re on "The Italian Risorgimento" on Tjhlursday evening, March 1"3, at 8
clock, in Room D, Alumni Memorial Ball. The public is cordially invi'ed.
(G. 3egaro.
ablic Lecture:
Public lecture under auspices of the De'roit-Ann Arbor Section of the
tnerican Institute of Electrical Engineers, by John M~ills, upon the subject:
Vhat the telephone transmits and how you hear it."
Mr. Mills' talk will cover the work of the Bell System laboratories on
e characteristics of human speech and audition, and will be illustr ated
th three reels of motion pictures.
Thursday evening March 13, at 8 o'clock, Natural Science Auditorium.
onor Council:
SThere will be a mleeting of the Honor Council, Wednesday, March 12, in
rbour Qymnasium at 4 o'clock. Helen Locke, Secretary-Treasurer.
tiwinuatles--College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
There, will be a ineeting of the teaching staff on Wednesday, n& rch 12,
4 p. in. in Room 110, Tappan Hall. ,Josephi L Mai~rkley.

Etude, Op. 25, No. 2 (Chopin) Grace Smith; Concerto, Op. 641 (first miove-
anent) (Mlendelssohn) Florence Welder; Minuet from Op). 7 (Greig), Soiree
ale Vienne, (Schubert-Liszt), PFell St. New York (Whithorne) Virginia B3Ues.
Accompaniments by Helen B3lahnik, Gwendolyne WNilson and Dwvighit
Steere. Charles A. Sink, Secretary.
Twilight Organ Recital:
Mr. Russell Gee of Ypsilanti will appear as guest organist taking the
place of Palmer Christian, University organist, at the regular Organ Recital
'in Hill Auritorium, Wednesday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock.
Ile will play the followings program: Cantabile (Franck); Theme i
D flat with Variations (Noble) ; Fantasia in G minor (Bach) ; Cantilene
(Wolstenholme) ; Gavotte-Pastorale (Durand); Harmonies du Soir, Clair de
Lune, La Nuit (Karp-Elert). Charles A. Sink, Secretary.
'University of Xlehlgant Banal:r
Regular rehearsal' will be held tonight at Iill Auditorium at seven
o'clock sharp. By order of the Director,
aWilliani 4Graidiebi, ,1r.,Manager.
LU 0. T. C. Forinatidns for 3:0 P. M. Today: x
Infantry Drill: All members of Companies' E and F.
I Members of Co's F and G Rifle Teams, designated' to fire, will
meet at Room 330 West. Engineering Building.
]sand practice at Morris Hall.
'Officers, Noncommissioned Officers, Seniors and Juniors not included in
the a'bove formations assemble at Infantry Office.
Wmn. T. Carpenter
French 1Play Rehearsal:
The Wednesday rehearsal for the Fr~ech Play will b~e omitted today on
account of Mr. Bennet's lecture at 4:15 o'clock. Otherwise rehearsals will
come regularly on Monday, Wednesday, and Fr'iday, 4-5:00 o'clock, beginning

7 :~i-Lawdiscussion group No. 4
niucts in room 302, Unioni.
A~ndcatonsfor tickets to the annual
Military ball will be given out at
the desk in the Uaion lobby today!
and tomorrow.+
Education School'
WllGive Pary1
1',uto and iunior classes in the
School of Education will give a party
froin to 1 o'clock Friday night in
the gymnasium of the University high
school. The party is held for the
I purpose of bringing together those in-
trsted in education and will consist
oftboth "da n cing and card playing.
Peer's orchestra will play.
All School of Education, literary
and graduate students taking educa-
tional work are invited to the party.
Th'e tickets are $1.25, and may be pro-
cured either from 3 to 6 o'clock to-
day at the booth in Tappan hall or
from the two chairmen of the party,
V. E. Peacock, '25Ed, and F. M. Speak-
er, '24Ed.
V~ L A i - l . MhJ 'o n- - r


It's true c~clency
Class lefieds--Ad.

to use

Berlin, Mlarch 1.Hugo Stinnes,j
German iron, steel and coal magnate,[
who is seriously ill with gall and liv-
er trouble, was ordered by his physi-~
cian today to take a long rest, and!
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv. 4

' Chiropodist and
707 North Unlysrultyl Phone 2669

this Friday.

John It. )Iuyskens.



7:39--Round-U~p club meets at U'nion.
7 :44--DeMolays meet In Harris hiall.
i :(W)-liay club meets in room 302,
8 :00-"Dona Ciarines," the annual
Spanish play under the auspices of
La Sociedad H-ispanica, Sarah Cas-

r- aking the Country by
A complete set in bright
colors, 144 tiles, 116 count-
ers. 8 racks, 2 slice, book
of rules and instructions;
any one can learn the game
in ten minutes. It's very
fascinating. All in attrac-
tive box, sent prepaid on
receipt of $1.00. (Canada
25: extra.)


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Notice the hats that' still look,
fresh and new:' Inside you
will see the word Stetson.
Styled for young mene


na lcs 8:
The class will notnieet this week.

F." l1. rtaylo r.

torical Board:
Members of the Board are requested to meet today in Room 302 M,,so
I at 5 o'clock for an important business meeting.
RI. 1. Dnn11.
Business AMeting. Wednesday March 12th; Natural Science Bldg.
1a . 1Vagtner, Sec.
11.181 Play:
La Sociedad i3spanica presents its annual play, "Dona Clarines", a oin-
by the Quintero Brothers, at Sarah Caswell Angell 1-,1l, Wednesday,
,ch 4~,at 8:00 p~. .,flt; 1jrforiane is open, to the piublic. General
ission : 5-0c; reservedl seats 75c. ILec' ure course ticket good for general
1?. A. Ilereadlo.
dents' Recital:
The followin rogi am will be ,..en in tlioe School of Mlusic Auditorium
aci d ?a e~tl ivers1ty-cl, cx-1s rett
ing,. at 7:.30_ o'clock to wiichbAthe public is cordially invit(erJ t:)attendl:
Nocturne,' E, major. (Chopin), Phylli , Fyowpn1 Romanrce. 0(, Ifl4jfl, p... 1I)
othoven) Jeanette Emnmons; Waltzes, Op. i19 (Brahms,) AIIbertine Look-
4; Sonata,'D major (Handel) p~rothy. Alban; ,l?relgide &,Fuigue (Pach),

12:00-Mfatinee Musicalte ftbncheoul,I well Angeli'ball.{
roo 319, Union.---1
4 :00-Scabbard and. flade imeet m .]F THURSDAY I
second floor, old enginie shops..-' :0 -e~iut faculty luncjheon, Un- 1
4 :1:)-"Paris and Its 3lonnxni ant ," aut ionr.
illustrated lecture in l'nghisth, under j 7:15--Liberal calith n ets in room 320,
the auspices of Cercee ?'rncais,l Union.4
Physics west lecture room. Admis- F7 :30--call, and Bhlje smnoker, room
sion free. :319, Union.
4:15--Twilight organ recital, Hill au- I :30--Clamniber of Commerce meeting,
ditorium. room 323. Union. I
6 :30-Student pulblicaltions 5dinner.: 7:30--Web and Flange meets in room
roomr 315. Union. 1 304, Union..
7:30--Saginaw club meets ini room 7 : 30--Danlel Webster Law' club meets
323, Union. in room. 306, Union.
OUT is one of the most eloquent testi-
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"He who saves not as
he gets, may keep his
nose all his life to- the
grind stone and die,
not worth a groat."
"For .Age and Want,
SAVE while yo u
may. No mroni ng
Spun lasts all day."'
- Frankin.

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It is the s

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- -Franklin.

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And when you think of the great Franklin and read his famous quotations on the subject of Thrift, does it not arouse
in you a certain inspiration, a certain ambition to look ahead? Doesn't it make you consider your circumstances and
your outlook. on life, and doesn't it bring that question to your mind--


"eThe Future--Am I Prepared for


To every right-thinking man or woman, young or old, Franklin's immortal words must make a deep impression. Th
idea of cultivating the Thrift habit is an admirable !trait in everyone. And once attained, it means the realization of
your fondest dream.--A SAFE AND HAPPY FUTURE!
SO SAVE! SAVE every dollar you do not absolutely need.. And deposit those dollars with us, where your money is
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