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ILY OFFICiAL BULLETIN,
tion in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
versity. Copy received by the A's-,taut to the President until
mn. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).
4 'VUE:"l),VAY,A':'2, t13..? umber 16

TH-lE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY. APRIL 22, 19:
T his Is Germany -s Auditor = I.
{ Cy 'IIAT' GOING ON
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All personis or oieth le dn" 11O1yuka t ~ses~-ronyu ayhm. W
column hould Incluide in their notice:nyu vytocac--To yu h ltl.W
r ~~~day, hour, aind 'place. All. nol Ice. m Carry all s[Luden!t supplies --Blue-Books-Note Books-_
withos.ut ld1s data will he disregarded.!
Wi- inifg Paper-Ink-Pens-Etc.
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H Ionolulu,. April 21.-T'hirteen chin-,
e'se and(Ione Japanfese are to be re-'.
t s > ' turned lto the Orient this we ek for ii
.:i leg al entry. 1 IIif111]11 111111fll11
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There will be no conference of the Dezrns on Wednesday, April 23, 1924.
M. L. Burton.
a's~ Advim-ry Commjittee, College of Literature, Science a nd the Arts:
A decided~ at tha la-4 nmeeting;, th e nt meeting- of the Dean's Advisory
mittee will be hield, Tu~esday, April 22, at . P. M.
,erilty Lecture:
Dr. Pitirim A. Sorokln(, former P,,ofessTor of Sociology in thre Uni-
,'of Petrograd, will give tli ice lectures Tunw.;iay, 'Wedies day. and,
sday, April 22, 23, and 24, in Newbceril Hall Aulitoriuin at 4 o'clock.
subjects of tlhese lectures are as follows:
T'uesday, April 22-Present state of Russia.
Wednesday, April 23--The causes of revolution and, tie perversioin of
an behavior in He time of revolution.
Thursday, April 24--The influence of revohlrtion onl t " hioogic coin-
ion of the population and on its vital proce'sses'.
The public is cordially invited. A. E IWVod.
ity, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
T'he latest date on which the imidsemiester reports can be t:'k 'n into ac-
t'is Friday, April 25. {'#'. It. Hlumiphreys, A. istant Dan.

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LItl Servie:
I will not be at the :Health Service until April 29tli.

Alarg-amet litdl.

reshmien Healtit LectRe:
The Freshmen Health Lectures will lie repeated in the Natural 'Science
uditorium immediately after Spring Vacation as indicated by the (lates bo-
w. These are part of the Freshmen requirements of all men students now
the University.
Lecture No. 1--Tuesd~Iy, April i22nd. 4 and 7 o'clock.
Lecture No. 2--Wednesday, April 23rd. 4 and 7 o'clock.
Lecture No. 3-TXhursday, April 24th. 4 and' 7 o'clock,
Lecture No. 4-Mlonday, April 28th. 4 and 7 o'clock.
Lecture No.5-Tuesday, April 29th. 4 and ,7 o'clock.
Lecture No. 6-Wednesday, April 30th. 4 and 7 o'clock.
Wa~rren E. Forsythe.
lege of ,Arehitecture:
Owing ,to the death of Professor B~oynton there will be no classes Tues-
y afternoon, in, the College of Architecture. E. Lorebm.
igieering College. Instructors of Fre'lmmemi:
Cards for the last Mentor report will be distributed this week and In-
uctors ar'e requested to return them by April 28th, if possible..
F. ff. Brag;.
udent MJathemiatics Socetiy:
Regular meeting Tuesday, April 22, at S:00 p. mn. in Room 151 of the
Gpnsp114~ilin., Professor J. L. Mar.ley wNill .,pcak. Al] h tcrest~ced vre
rdaly lwvited to attend. xN. C. _Fiskc, Secretary,
A!Ad~ratice tonight 7:15 R. 0. T. C. Sulld'nz.
Foriviton f.or Wednesday-; April 23d. qt 3:04 p. In.
bil$.l ot&li cciipanes and Band.
Uhffo~rm- will be worn. Assemnbly at R. 0. T. C. Build~ng.
Advne~ rti uhfslave arri%"-d for tho-e inea. ured in Februa ry,
All in n' hb'lne 'not ben is me unifo rm w:iilfall; on supply Officer
olite for~ a'ien. a:T. 'rwter, P.S.. 4. &T

Charles G. Ibavvcs phiotograp lied IIIBerlin in a Charaicter'istic loose
An American private citizen Stan,! in the world's spotlight as hi~f re-
port on the ability of Germany to pay reparations is being discussed in
every quarter of the globe. Charles (. Dawes, Chicago banker, in the re-
port outlined the ideas backing the plan he and his collegues in a sr fcial
commnittee of financial experts set up for the payment of reparations, by
t he former German empire.- Dawes will' return to. this country the latter
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