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THE MICHIGAN DAILYx

ILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Aion in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all memb-rs of
iversity. Copy received by the AwTsiant to the President until
m. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday>T.

Tut 's Discoverer Cos inn
?Back In AmericaDeinIMa
.- Party Contest,

cations obtain tickets at the desk in
the Union lobby Tuesday and Wednes-
day, y 6 and 7. This will be the
only t-ime when tickets will be given,
out. A total of 300 couples is expect-
ed.
AlenS arin 25,Tasan.uc T L.rt5 td(A VI U T T VY II

turn," "The Memoirs of a Midget" and
the fazmous story for children, "The
Three _Mulla MLgars."

Santiago, Chile, April 24.-The Ch
ean cabinet resigned after a vote
lack of confidence in the senate.

N4 1

Fi?11)2tV, APEIL 25, N,12!

Number I ~)

L~ecture:
sor Anmerico Castro, of the University of Madrid, will lecture on
atisi'3 e spagrol" in French on Friday, April 25, at 4:15 p. m, in
L1 science Auditorium; and on "La Tecnica dramatica de Lope de~
;banish on Saturday, April 26, ;at ,11 a. m.. in Room D, Memiorial

blic is cordially invited.

F. E. Rtobb~ns.

nnuia1 Coif Address;
he Annual Coif Address will be delivered Friday, April 25th , at 4:15
sharp in Room C of the Law Building, by Mr.. Justice 'Marvin B.
,berr~y, law 1893, of the Wisconsin Supreme Court. The subject will be
iers and the Changing Order". The Address will be open to the public.
Henry Xt. Bates, Dean.
Irbor Art A :oehttion s
here will be an exhibition of watercolors, etchings, and dry-points by
Gallag her, and of color. wood prints by J. Walter Phillips, at Memorial
weep day, at 1:30 and Sundays at 2:00 P. AL, beginning Saturday,
26 and lasting ten. days.
ulents of the University and the Schools will be admitted free.
Warren P. Lanibai'd, President.
ty of the Colleges of Engineering end Architecture:
'here will he a meeting of the Faculty of these Colleges on Monday,
28, at 4:15 p. ini, in Room 411 Wvest Engineering Building.
Lotus A. Hopkins, Secruetary.
lere will be :1 meeting of the Committee on D'iploma Schoo!s at 3:00
day, Aprilz 25th ,in the President's Office. J. B. Edmondson, tlecv.

ed the winner of the kompet tion1 Deliver LectureI
conducted by the committee in charge !-ee I ex al
of the sixth annual Architect's MayIHe ,N xtF l
party, to be held in Barbour gymnas-
ium May 16, for the best decorations. Walter de ia Mare, distinguished
for the setting 'of the affair. More I
than 220 designs were submitted, by English poet and novelist, has accept-
practically all the members of the ed the University's invitation to deliv-
architectural college, and the winning er a lecture in Ann Arbor next aut-
design was chosen only after much. umn. He$ will come to America for a
consideration. Raymond Weber, spec. I
A, is the winner of second prize. ' lecture tour under the auspices of the
The decoration which made up the Institute of International Educationofy
tvinning plan consist of forming out New York( of which President Marion
of the gymnasium an inner court, on IL. Burton is a director.
2,11 sides of which will be found small., De la Mare is one of the outstanding'
shops although dlue to the location of figures in contemporary English lit-;
the balcony, it is thought that the erature. As a poet he holds high rank,
space will. be left open, - and so in- but on this side of the ocean he is
crease the available floor space for best known as the author of "The Re-
dancing. At one end the orchestra,____________________
will be located, under a special sound-
ing board, highly colored, and the en- ________ ___
trance dors will be made as entrances

,r Engineers:
eronautical, Mechanical, and Electrical Engineers int-erested in pos-
with the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, should see me j ; " ~r1
r.1. A. Salker before April 30th.li An examnaton is- to be given in.
krbor on M'ay 7th and it is advisable that applications be sent In a w eek .
days prior to this date. FW.. Pawlowsl
r Engiveers:
Ir. C. E. Stone of the Chain Belt Company will not be In Ann Arbor Howard Carter
April 25, as hie had planned to be. H[. C. Andc}fr . "Howard Carter, co-discoverer and
- excavator with the late Lord Carnar-
Xa'l Education, Athletics and School ilealh2 von, of the tomb of Ding Tutankhamen
Al courses in the Theory and Practice of Physical Education and Ath- in Egypt, is now visiting the United
elected for the fourth quarter begin this week. frteefrttm oc h ls
'reslimen should report to Coach Mather on South Ferry Field at 31 Statesfrtefrttm n hed-
covery'. flite is an American.
:k daily for their course in Baseball.!-
ophomores should report to Coach Hoyt on the Varsity Outdoor Track it1i1391811111111111111i1'
'clock~ daily for their course in Track.
unons should report to Coach Mather on South' Ferry; Field at 3 o'clock
for their course in practice coachin~g baseball and to Mr. Mitchell at IV.-
nman Gymnasium for the cours:e in Minor Sports. HIe ou e i
leniors should report to Mr. Wienian at the Yost Field Hlouse for ass-
n'i practice. coaching. The most beautiful res"-
F .. W)ierin. taurant ine Ann Arbor--yet
I ________- ~ecurei ieforem2Iuua fron t F. .orthner = . .,
J IhutA he ireto, i rn ~cuisine-excellent at all
I'Nu2┬▒trs ae ectoinured offe-t esreol h ihs
he Olhin es theater. =-tmes. Both counter and
Nurtable service,
persons or societies using 1111% In Auto Accident
i~rI should Include in the;,- iMIoce: SODA FOUNTAIN
hour, and place. All noties t. .
ut thi~s data ,)-ll e disregIaruel.J Susie Presley, senior student nurse ii CcanlcCLon 13 prepared to
at the Univer"sity hospital, vho was in- s rY"o, it dlciussda
FiRIDAY jried Tuesday night in an automobile'-
-Deau2's Conference, opening sCs. accidlopt, wa s reported to be resting +:adsnasboh~trio
n, room30, nn.comfi'tably ye'-ter&'ay [ternoon p-~n vnig
-Lawv faculty lunilceona,.Union. the University hospital whore she un-
-Univsaing nct"e, rofaes- derwent an operation for fractured - pain n"eRoats he
Le Espagnol", Natural Scier=^e skull. She was removed to the uni-
itorium., versity hospital from St. Joseph's hros- A
-Aniual ohf ~Idrss, oom ital where she was taken following ~ ro
m building, the accident.
-Coif Society d~iue om29 The accident occurred when a sedan-
ion. i r~.riven by -Dr. T. F. Adams collided He urn
-Chnes. with an automobile driven by Peter f
ets in Upper room, Lane hall. VanBovenl at the corner of Thayer
and Past Washington streets. The 2 15 S. Main St.
force of the impact hurled M.iss Pres- :m
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Iny through the windshield of the Van-
-.AueIv'[uI A2i2 sition-302 0 iii- fovea crin which she, was riding.
sity Women card party, Unon The ot: er occu:pants of Cthe a~tonob~i1-
embly hail. es escaped serious, injury both cars;
? m-n5 : 0-ETAO}IN SIIULD w,,ere badly damaged. s
-Baseball, 01110 stiAte is. )Mihi -____ _____
i Ferry field. TUElRa i
--Calloeparty, Imeet attCong-re- ;W O W ill cx i
ional church'. R ly Resi

U-N OTICES
ra tryouts will be0 held inn The The resutlts 'of the Drake' relays
theater ont rhursdaty, Fridaty,,'at Des Moines, Ia., todlay and tomor-
aturday of this week. Chiorus row will be broadcasted by radio, it
s will be held front 4 to :30 was' announced yesterday.
afternoon. Caist tryouts are j The Bankers Life company of D~es
tied for front 10 to 12 In thel Moines, station WHO, wave lengthj
ig and front 2 to 4 in the after.- 526 meters, has agreed to broadcast
Speci appointment miust be the results.

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