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RILOF I I L cation in toze Bulletin to constructive notice to all members of
Jniversity. Copy received by tb oAsietanVt to the P,-4.5dertt un~til
p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturar~
m, 4 THUJRSD)AY, MIARCH[ 13, 1924 Nwilmber 120

matters concerning the trainees' welfare discussed. It is important thad.
all trainees be out. John A. Boy"e, Preiden t.
Gelgcland Geographilcal Journal Clubs:
There will be a Joint meeting of the Geological and Geographical .Thnrn-
al Clubs in Room G 436, Natural Science Building, on Thursday March 13th,
at 7:30 p. m.
"Arc Structure in New Zealand" by Professor Hobbs.
"Quelpart island" by, Mr. Hall.
All interested are cordially invited to attend.
L..11. Gould, Secretary.

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LTJ3toerAly nvoaton:
On Iiday, M~arch 14, at 11 a.i., a convocation of the University will be
1 l ~dat Wi~l iauditorium. Classes, with the exception of clinics will be dis-
iiiid tr'Om the ''I o'clock hour to allow students to attend the convocation.
W- dis XM=1' Buton wll give an address on the subject of "The Marks of a
l a t:a, " " ,. E. Robbis.
~thte faculty should be cautioned regarding a misunderstand-
ills . t&e lits, recently mailed out, of students who have left college.
*I I h lst coftalns the names of students dropped on account o~ poor
a h ol rili1p7, it "also 1661udes many good students, who withdrew voluntarily
fbr aloatt~~oms, after making a satisfactory record, as the heading states.
Arthur G. Hall, Regitrar.
Uqnaila l rSertcs
A limited number of pamphlets on the American Consular Service have
b~eua retcled in this office. Those inte rested may take theme for perusal
bti t t eturn them, since the number of pamphlets is small. Applications
maii .b lhd by those desiring them. .. A. Ihrsicy, ean o Students.
Pui lc tu re under auspices of the Detroit-Ann Arbor Sect ion of the
A nkeic itl Istitte of Electrical :Engineers, by John Mills, upon the subject
"Wli t telephone transmits and how you hear it"
MVr ,, t16i' .talk will cover the work of the Bell System laboratories on
t]ot i ~isties of human speech andl audition, and will be illustrated
wMith kh'#4 e~ els of motion pictures.
T0ltA4 i,,evening March 13, at 8 o'clock, Natural Science Aditorium.
a *4 !3 r Wlliami A. 3"rayer of the history departmaent will gie a Wec-
turee'On , " a Italian Risorimento" onThrsayevening, AMarch1;, at S
a' ,i} tol. D, Alumni Memorial Ball. The public is cordially invited
(. 3emro.
1116'"fs 4o* .lMatiiefatla t Statitcs by Proporioni by C. V. T,. Corler:
01f asor.C. V. L. Charlier,~Director of the Astronomical- bservtory at
Lund 8W**d~n,w~ill be in Ann. Arbor, sometime this month Io lecture on
Mi1Atemnatlcal Statistics. Bie comes upon the inviation of the Deparlment 01
M athta-emat and' will probably give two lectures. In a recent letter to
Professo0r'lover he writes: "I thought I would give two lectures there on
" tatistiqsa nd' Natural Philosophy". My intention is to show the neceslty
and huportance of Mathematical Statistics for treaing pr'obems in Natural
Science. it is, however, not needful for the auditors' to be familiar with
mgchanics , but I will show the usefulness of mathematical statistics for
$ueh poroblm".
PrOfesiotr Charlier is a distinguished astronomer as well a the leadler
Of. the Sc4ndanuvian school of mathematicians who have done so m1uh to
advanre ti s subject to a position of first importance within the last twenty-
fiye years. rBesides developing the theory of the well known Charl'er fre-
4#t' 'eW rles he,1has made notable contributions to stellar statistics.
l* ih'o esisor Charlier comes to tis country. as a result , of, the ini-
# ccf~the ~uinrsity of C'aiforniia that he elier nBerkeley tl, itc-
coc cta r#t> a -w ccpt ppfnintglit-to tie famties cifte Inter-ssion
~#,~iep tsi"fl *t j: underS~tood that he will spend considerble time
at th Lick observatory and at the Mount Wilson Observatory in connection
lthW*I W411d e in Calfornia. ,. _
al it i~ia:rep iAtiort;f tie seciyaI ii 4,1es (1ndwo k dol atthe
py! itogt Mitcigan i3n tatematlcal sta4istlc5,thatt.ct oesgv C arlier
cuse's t O.,st p ff on ii& way we< tant give these leturcs.
1 ,Ri ai it,* L.'rofts'sor JT W. Gllvr.
R io~ae GAr~a# te Students In (Chemical ingiwnr4n:~
xv~ '? kR.{K. Br~bdi%, of'Proctor and Gamle, wll be in An},Arbor, Friday.
14 ,404to'Jntfrview candidates ;fr positipons with is firm, Stdents de-
sfi p A"14,t'ets with him should leave wor, s soon as possible, in room
G 8 * t + alI ing Bulding. Allred H. WhIte.
~ ~cha~eklsand Electricals:
.t r~ , N. -gils of the Westinghouse Electric & Mg. Company will be in
Pail - W eering,,Building, from Thursday March 12 to Turlday
lM>3a, 01l O or the purpose of interviewing seniors who are interested in the
eeisdn tipprentice Course of this Company.
Joesph . (annon.
$ui~lt M14[Chalnlc4l Engineers:
1 i Vri4ty morning Mr. Franklin Jones of the Wite Motor Company will
be Iii, ro essor Lay's office to interview mechanical engineers who may be
41o roited in going into the motor truck indutry. W., E. Mas.

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Cosmopolitan Club:
Cosmopolitan Club holds its regular monthly meetng Friday, Ma,3rch 14,
at 7:30 p. in., in the auditorium of Lane Hall. There will be three fifteen
mninute speeches with at least five minutes iddition6l for questions and dis-
cussion. Members who will speak are (1) Miss Marie Lanzar, Philippinc
Islands, on "Oriental Women in America", (2) Air, N.AT Malik, on "India's
World Court Contributions", (3) Mr. Johan Rorich, Soufh America, on "Dia-
nzond Mines." 'The public is invited. Fred Ilediger,Pr.
Tihere wvill be a 'general meeting of all members of Pla ,er; Club T(,urs-
day March 13th in Room 205 Mason Hall for the purpose of electing offic ers
for next year. Every member should be present.
Staey R. Black, Pres.
Alpha Nu:
Several of the "favorite sons" of the different parties for the 1924 pref.;i-
dential campaign will be considered at the regular meeting this evening at
7:30 in our rooms on thme fourth floor of University Ball. The public is cord-
ially invited. Earl W. Corn, President.
( I'iversiifytof Michigan Band :
Special rehearsal tonight at Hill Auditorium at seven o'clock sharp.
'By order of the Director,
William Vrmul Icli J-., Manager.
La Socledad Illsppiniea:
Applications for tickets to the , dance of the La 6 ciedad Hlispanica
should Ise sent to L. Wallace R-offman, 1037 naldwin Avenue, together with
check. Membersof the Sociedad, will he given prefereiice until March 25
when tickets will go on geneiral. sale-limited to ;seventy-five couples,
1. Wallace Hloffnian, Chairman

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Iles in.Id Shiattra
The first officially credlited minister
from an Arabian state to a Christian
country to be appointed since the fall
of Arabian rule in Spain will shortly'
be sent to 'Washington by King lius-
sein of the H-edjaz. The minister is
expected to be Dr. Fuad Shatara. Dr.
Shatara will be in the unique position
of being an envoy in the country of
which hie is a citizen, for hie became a
naturalized American while studying
medicine at Harvard university.

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12 :00l--ental faculty lunchleon, Uti-
7 :15-Liberal club mneets In room x33:,
7 :1)--Law discuissiont group. No. 4l
meets in room 302, Union.
7: 30t-Soli Prom comnmittee meets ii l
room 302, Union.
7:,30--Spanish conwersationi Class un-
d ter Mr. Peralta, room 202, S. W.
",3-S ealp' .nd iflade sinoker, roomn
319, Union-... _.___.
7 :30---lfniiber of ()'omhmerce meeting,
rooll]),2", Uflon. ,'
7 :30L-Web and Flange mneets in roonm
304,;1,inioa ,.
?:30-- D~a niel Webster Lair clubf meets
ii roomy $ i UnttTn. ;,
8 :0-Proff. WV. A. Frayer spe~aks be.
fore Cireo 'ltallani),'upn "The ~ltul-
ian Risorgimncnt1o}
111? l-'.ucn ocat3!nt,ertlees, :Hill u #,tl
I :00-F1rench play rehearsal, rooni 202,
7:130-.-Polonla Literary circle mets at
Lane, hail.
'rit :0- -"Thle Sweetest lils ," a mnsal

is to he re retted that thiese batsic or-
pan stops, the diapasons, whichr pos-!
Bess a diiStTC't beauty In themselves,
zire so qtuickIl' sacrificed to fancy reed I
sMops of dubious effectiveness in the
usual run of solo passages.
Moscow, Mar. 1 2.--Volcanic earth-1
quakes have been frequent on the
kamchzatka Peninsula for two months,!
While snow, and typhoons alternate
with warm ra in. More than'a dozen
l volcanoes are ini eruption.

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Friday, March 14th at 7:45 p. mn. *Col. Keppell Ilall of thec Joseph&
Fieps Companiy will speak in Natural Science Anditoriuin on "Thbe (pportuin-
ities ofthme Engineer in Industry and sonme of the difficultics- contfronting
Althmough this talk will lie adiressed to thec engineer it shotild prove of
int~erest to~ all students of business and management and all interFested are
cordally invited to attend. Johtiyl.
(Chairman, Student Branch, A. S. M. E.)I
SpnihCo ersationl:-
The second meting of the group takin Spanish conversation with Air.
Peralta will. he held this evening, 7:30 o'clock, Roomi 202 South Wing. Aus-
pices oft Sociedad Hispanica. 3Millon I. Peterson.
Captainu Holn's class in equitation will meet at 4:00 p.,im. today. Room
312 West Engineering Building. W1 i. . 'arpenter, P". iM. S. &T.
Play Prociict~on Plays:
The first program in the series of plays and recitals to be given this
semester as a part of the instruction in the (lasses in Play Produiction
will be- presented tonight promptly at 3 o'clockc in the Auditorinni of Uni-
lversity Hall. The following one-act plays wil be given:
"Spreading The News" by Lady Gregory.
-"A. Sunny Morning" by S. and J. Quintero.
"Mrs. Harrison" by John Masefield.
*"A' Marriage Proposal" by Anton Tehekoff.
The other programs in this series will be Ibsen's "A Doll's House",
~Goidoni's "A Curious Mishap", W'tebster's "Daddy Long-Legs", and a recital
from -Tennjyson's "Idylls of the King". A nominal charge is made for the
series. R I. 1). '1. Hollister.
Guim nd Wide Club: a
The regular meeting of the Gun and Blade Club will be held tonight 'at
7:.36 o'clock in the Michigan Utnion Reading Roomt. There will be. important
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MUSIC AND . Rrunswick record like no record
IMUSICIANS~ you have ever heard before
I :Fussell Gee, of Ypsilanti, appeared 5~f
as a guect soloist in the tenth recital 5
or the Twilight organ series, present-
u i a pleasing program to a large au- 199
Of special note was his rendition of I
lpo icion of great lyric beauty andi in- ..
erpretative possibilities. Mr. Gee a6_-:
<ordlc''this tlnmber a ihog ghtf41-read-?
ink; rosp:endemmt with iridescent color-I
~ng an(l faultless in -its technique. -
I Ther !)laying of Bach's "Fantasia in
J G minor" from the fatuous "Pantasia ,.
and Fugue in G minor," exhibited the
)rganist's technical- shill to a, superb
advantage, as. well as his masterful
command of tone prodluction.. No &A -oo
theme .of importance was Obscured,
eaich being chearly articulated bY the Two Fox Trots, played by Carl Fenton s;
performer. iis' pedal' technique was Sorchestra, with orchestral effects as
! as clear cut and balanced as his
Earl on the mlan uels. catchy as the song titles' themselves.
Mr. Gee's reading of "Glair de Lune" =~ Come in and hear this' one and several
by Yrarg-L-Vlert, was a veritable gem 1( others which we have just received.
of color. In this composition the =H T F E H7( H W
1wautiful diapason and soft reed stops THtT FLT=H N H P
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