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THE MIICHI1GAN DAILY

ICIAL BULLETIN

Little Hope Held
For J ap Emperor

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ration in the Blletin 1a Cond~ructive notice to all nwmtinrtr ()f
iversity. Copy received b tks~t i~teni v the :"''es'I sxitIl
*. m. (11:30 a. mn. Satmrrs.
to 4 TUESDOAY, MARCH 2i , 1l Nwol'er 1:111
If thie Colleges of Engineerig an,, Ar(-itf ecture:
ere will be a meeting of the FacultY of these C;ollegEs on TueAday,
5, at' 4 p. mi. in Room 411 West Engineering Building.
LoisA. Hopkins. Se: rti .

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IH WATS GOING ON
Ati person~s or societies using tis
folunn hovld include in their notices
plday, hour, and place. All notice '
f i1J011ut this data 'lvilil be disregarded.,1
TUESDAY
4 :30-Alphca Kappa Psi ineets at U n-
4:30--Anti Arbor GOIf club neethig,
room 302, Union1.
# 4: 3tl--Ubiveritiy (OVis' Vle 6.0 Knees
at iBArbour -gymnasium.
6 ;90-Cathmolicstudents' dinner,; roomi
316~, Jnion.
.6:15---Alpha Kappa Psi ncets at Vin.
'7 :1l--,4 ercle Franeals mieets in 1"111e
versity hall.
7 :30-J~Nulchins cub mmets in room j
E._325, Union.
I S:90-ilurfee Law c~lb meed s i:( roomf
34G, lUnion.
WED)NESIDAY
4 :Ir-Cerele Franeanis lecture-I'Fet.
es Populaires en Prance," Physics'
west lecture room.
ion.l
4::30--3finaister's comnferen~ce hou rfo .
irl students, Connregational church.:

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safe hands alone makes up for the effort of
banking it. The convenience of our banks
is also a ,great ;aid.

4lgitlstrativea Board .
a nmeeting of the Board tlday (TueW( 17,)1at I, 12.\, NMic Ii ""A ,

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330 South State

viiersity Women:
Women students who have: decided upon def'inite professions otherthi
lung areinvited to take part in an int'ormal discussion of these pro-
ions if they are within such fields as do not reqtuirespecial preliminairy
ling. The conference will take place in the office of the Dean of W'iomen
00 o'clock, Wednesdlay, March 20th. Tea will be served,
A. S. Hobart, Assista nt D~ean of Women.
inalsics; CIollege of Literature, S;'iencee, and th1e Arts:
There will be a meeting of the teaching staff oan Tuesday, Mar3ich1 25, at
mn. in Room 110, Tappan Hall. Joseph L. IUarkley.
its l'(oilqalnnI:
The Physics Colloqluium will meet at 4:15 p). in., Tuesday, March 25, in
11 202 Physics Building. W. N. St. Peter will speak on "The Infra-Ried
Spectra of Zinc andi Cadiutm." 11. 1. Randall.
NrPamer' Christian, University Organiist, will give the followlng inteor-
Sporam',: ;t te next Concert in the Twilight Orman Series, Xi odnes-
Marchx 26, at 4:15 o'clock, in H.ill Auditorimn':
Tubnee overture ..................................... Weber
* rg .(New Worl Symphony)...............Dvorak
1Iice-cl~zb.'....*.. ..................... ,.. Steere
Symphony VI ... ...... ...... :.................V.idor'
Allegro
Adagio
'erceuse .......... . ...... .... ... Spinney
n Springtime..... ........................... .Kinder ,
Nalthers Prize Song ..... ........ .... .........Wagner
(Die Meistersinger)
1eBonheur ........ ........................ .....Hyde
Charles A. Sink.
Ity Wvomen's Club:
7r. Helen Woolley of the Merrill Palmer School of Detroit will lecture
nom D~ of Alumni Memorial Hall Wednesday afternoon, March0 26th,4t
so'clock. Dr. Woolley comes at the invitation of the Nursery Section
to Faculty Women's Club but all parents, student., and teachers in-
ted in her subject, "The' Mental Hygiene of 'Young 'Childhod", are
ailyI nhited to'be present. Mr.'A:. 1.Lloyfd.
T.UC. Band:
'ra ie tbijitat 7:15, in the R. 0. T. C. Vu~din~z (Old1 Boiler Hdouse)
1, to. T. Carpter, P, M S. k T.
Ve"d'f'r-to 3:00 p. m.:Al memiber.- of theip R. 0. T. C. illl
nble in Room 348. Wes3t Engineering Buihlng . At thi: "nabtmhy Pro-
r C. 1 . Wilson will deliver a lecture on' "The Jxi veirz'ity of Vlchigan
amY' pI~jublic is cordially invited to be progont.
p'Wnil T. (I ir' net'r,
livr til be a meetingTuesday, 5 .p. m., 302 Mason Hall for the rni--
of electinlg new members. Plans for the N~~atonal Convention vhic,,.i
be held in Anin Arbor May 1, 2, 3, will b tdl cuia i. 11 maeaher rr
to be prest. '', Frank 1H. ack; trove, Prey dent.
e Francals L.ecture;
edn~e4sla, )lach26,' at 4:15 o'clock, 1\ichtael Pargm^ntf. cl'thei.'to1-
e 'Languages Department, will1 give a conference in Fren clv on "P'()-
Holidays in France"-" Fetes popul aires en Frmancle" (Fet es PI 'atr nair
res Bretons. pastorales basqlues, course^c de vaches lantlaise s. etes.Y
cs West Lecture Room. Associate mnenmbers are privileged to brn
friends. John It. 3IiiysltemaS.

Admiral Joseph Strauss
Latest picture of the naval official
who is one of the receivers in, the Tea-'
poot Dome affair.
EXCHANGE CLUB

Yo' hlillilto, enli-or of Japamn

Hope for the recovery from his Ho. 1E A RS HOI) SON
present relapse is slight say physici- i74-11ttleo ei~el tlel
tans of Yoshihito; emperor of Japan. ~:OTmttt fIeiiu daa
'His mental faculties are gradually tion meets in Lane hall.
weknig Ysiit gno 5 yr 3#-eeife L L sia sealia-'Col. T. C. llotdson, visiting lecturer
~old, has been ailing since 'before ho senibly hal.,Uin. on anthropology at the University,
ascended thetoe in 1915, and hi 7:319 -- Arehite.-ts' hail (oniitee spoke at the 1'xc hange club r innet
late years his sn Hr hitasbe n meets in 'Engineeripn lbuilding. Ilast night onil "Ln ish Administration
reigning as regent. 1S:O0-Circolo Italiatto lecture: rt4F1'ox. fin ndlia." Colonel Hodson, who has
entine Sculptors," rooml I), Alluni 1 spent a mnihber of yeairs in various
7]' j ip'erial hail, ..' executive capacities *n i ndia, relatedl
. ,[ntra m ural Items S:0O-De MoA11 y comlIvoeaialion, )fiusonic several of his experlences while work-
tenmple.f ing among the natives there. In;
(Cniudfo -- :speaking of British administration in
(otnefrmPage Six) "ItNOTl'iES India he said that to govern e~ilently
small crowd at Waterman gymnasium Tickets for Ole fourth annual hilaiwv one must "know the people, be in-
will appear in tomorrow's Daily to- ball will he sold at the main lobby partial,. and do justice without fear."
-ether with the schiedule for'the filiials. ':.of. the'tUnion'"today' arid..'tornltow
from 1 to 5 o'clock. Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.
Entries are bein~g'accepted ft' ther,

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freshmen wrestling tournament which
will be held the first week in April.
Many" of the. fraternities which in-
tend to participate in the Western
Conference foul shooting tournamenmt
which is being carried on under the
auspices of the Intramural depart-nent'
01' the University of Minnesota have
not shot their full quota. All of, the
scores must be. in by April ."
The University of Minne, ota will
ive a large can to the fraternity at
m y of the Big Ten schor is making'
the most successful shots. .
All_ k4 ts;Ngt.yi'i'jJ
nrc eves c athletic activity Carried on
!It A~lena y~a~iwl be held I
April 9.' The particpants 'have, al.-I
ready been selected and will make aj
prograi that is ;sure to pease theI
rmost skeptic: of at leti~cIenthzusiasts.,
The biggest event will be thie basket-
ball game betwee' the leaders of the
"Iasa teams vs. Fthe frate-rnity chai-
pfons, Bola" Thie,a Pt, -for= the 'dvlaui-
pion Ohip of tHe University~.;
Pa troni al dversers.-Av. ,

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