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April 04, 1924 - Image 8

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THE *MLCH4GAN DAILY

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Y OFFICIAL BU LLE TI,
in the Bulletin 13 coxwsructive notice to all memtbers of
ty. Copy received by tb4t Assist4anit the t 'dt' uti
(11:30 a. mn. Saturrlev
F"RID)AY APRIL 4, 1)1- ttl e14$1.3l

Apri reglar meting will le Friday, April -1, at 7 :1)V 1p in. iin the and-
itm'0ritl i ane Ilull. 'Fhcre will be three ,J eakers:"Mitts Yi Fang \Vu
iWomen1's Activities in Cina; Mr. Y. Kurnazawa, "Sichool Life in Julan'",
1;d. John 17. Akermlan, "h Russian Immigrant Since 19)18". :each wNill
spe~k fifteen minutes, followed by a brief question-and-answer discussion.
Thle public is invited. lRobert Y. ('hew, Chairman.
All univori-ty Nwomen in the riding class will meet Friday afternoon at
1;p. n. at Parhour Gymu.('ttinlli.

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1ocatilj:
be a convocation of the l'niversity, at which the members ol':;
ichoolmasters" Club11 will be the University's get.Fdy
0 p m . A d r il be ;i e L ,P o e or tt r e U niversity of Illinois, on the s b c "T ow a rds .,n A m er-
.the Deans, classes, with the exception of clinics, will 1)e di.
ou of he convocation.
V the Faculty may enter by the- rear doors of lull A _iditorini
y to seats which will be provided for them 11onil sae
Mi. U Brton1.
Board, Colee of Literalture, Science and the Arits:
iistrative Board will meet at four o'clock toda-y, in D~ean

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After you have tried it, for urging you to get your

WHAT'S GOING ON
~All persons or societies using tis
columni should include jin their notices'
dav, hour, and pilace. All notices
without this data will be disregarded.

next academic year as an P change

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p~rofessor in the University of Califor
nia. lie will offer the courses in the
philosophy of Plato and Aristotle and
Aesthetics, now conducted b~y Profes-
sor parker.
The newcomer is regarded as the
ablest aesthetician at Oxford and his
book, "The Theory of Beauty" has at-
tracted much favorable notice both in
this country and abroad. He is about
50 years of age and has had wide ex-
perience as a teacher.

F-ree Bottle
Rider 's special formul1a
(Toa be had at Rider's only)
Diak~mond 1Fo~xntain Pon Fluid
It is the best fountain..pen ink we have ever seen. We sell it exclusively.

ned Curricula:
plicatIios for admission to the Combined Curricula inust be filed
he Regstrar before April 20, Inasmuch as the final date falls in
)n this year, it is important that all applications he handed in, onl the
Iblanks, before the students leave for their vacation,, Apil 11.
Arthuir G. Hll Registrar.
er Ses 4irn Bulletin:
limited number of copies of tire Bulletin has beein received and may be
ed during the remainder of the week at the offic es of the Summer Ses-
he Registrar, the Graduate School, anidhep School of Fducton. After
y,-Apil7, the~y will be available in the registration' offices of all
s alld Colleges. Tr. E. IRankin.
udents having in their possession book:; drawn from the U[niversity
y' Are notified that all such books are due Mvonday, April 7th, onl ac-
of the impending Spring vacation.
k'. L. D. fGoodrieb, Assoiate Librarian.
-iy Club Entertainment:
le first number on the program will be in the Natuiral Science auidit-
at 8 p. m., April 4.' The second number wvill be in the club rooni.
'lenry F. Adim, Secretairy.

FRIDAY
1100 :i-C oivocatlon, 11111 audItorium.
12:i---Albion college alumni banquet,
Union.
'1 0{0--Notmday prayers, Harris hall.
4 :3W- Evening service And address,
St. Andrew's church.
7 . 0--Cosmoptolitan club meets It
Lane hall.
7 :30-Poloula Lit erary circle nmeets at
Lane hall.
7 :30--Erie club meets is room 3016,
Union.
0#lO-i'niversity club m;neets lI-N, atur.
al Science auditorbim,.
SATRA
20 ,410-Outing club maets for hike to
"Mlodel Milk Farm," Congregationlal4
church.4
:0x0-Scabbard and Blade InitIatiomV
banquet, Union.
9:(4)-Crease dance, U~nion.
OXFWRDPROFESSOR To
TEACH HERE NEXT YEAR

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SL.J191 ANYWHERIE, BUT
EAT AT REX'S
Tim, CLUTB LUNCUH
71I Arbor Street
Heir 8tite and Packard, Street~s

Rider's Pien Shop

Pen and Ink Specialists

302 OState St.

NAT LUXNfBJRG&eBaos.
showig!
Allenel Hotel
Anni Arbor, Mich.
today and Tomorrow
April 3rd and 4th
CLOTHES FOR THE COLLEGE MAN

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-Y III:
ue Book postponed until Monday.

RI Edutcationt:
tionial Education I "Introduction to Voeational> Education" d' Mo-
Education 101 "Vocational Guidance and Placement" will not meet
riday, April fourth. GerE . ~lyes.
eduction Plai-s_~"A Doll's Houke":
next program in the series of Play Production ;'..y!, wil u ix
ayevenin, April 9. Ibsen's ihree-act dr'ama, "A\ Doll's J'lou o-
xehgjdoin UniversityHall at.8P. iM.. It. l I . iodsrĀ°
ize Dlly Advets i-r,;:Adv. Patrouize 1l. IA ,rie.- 4'

IProf. 1... C. Carritt, of Oxford univer-
I ;ty, has accepted the recent invitation
cf the board of Regents to teach in'
t'we11hOlosophy department of the Un-
i-er sity during the year. 1924-192;1,;
acodigto a cablegram' receive(''
etrday by Prof. R. M. W-enley, 'l.
tephilosophy department. JWith hlis
i . ~ily, Proto sor Carritt will arrive iji)
-in ~ ~ in, September.
yof -S,,wCarritt will take Itwhlu(,1
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