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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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ton in the Bulletin to cconstructive notice to all members of
iVersity. Copy received by Q,%N Assit ant tu the !- "det until
m. (11:30 a. im. SaturtlaY',-

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There will be no conference of theDan Wednesday, Febrtuary 20.
:1.I. .Bltrtola.
1um1issions in the 3larine Corp":
It is again announced that by special concession of the -Navy Department
Oppor1tun'ity exists for 1a lim''id number oX gUiriauasof W the Un'Iesity
he Class of 1924 to secure SecondLieteint'Conmnis,--ions in the U. S.
rine Corp:', the only reqiuirements beng alhysical examination and re -
emendation b)y the Presidentt.
Professors A. E. R. Beoak of thew )epartmcint of ]istory and J. P. Hayden
he Department cif Political Science ha) ve becen asked to receive aI)1)iicat-
s on behalf of the President,. Students interested should apply to them.
s expected that recommendations will be in the hands of the authorities
the Marine Corps by ai:rch 1. 31. L. Buirtoni.
!shlen Wmn
There will be a meeting of freshonien tiomr,:i on 'Wednesday, February
h, at 5:00 o'clock, in Sarah Canwvell Angell Hall. The purpose of the
etng is to discuss the possibility of giving a freshman pageant on Lan'
n Night, Freshmen interested in such aprAoect are urged to be present,
muen on the warned on probation lists are ineligible.
Jen ilaimilton, 'Dean of Women.
Exhibition:
The Ann Arbor Art Association has arra nged for an Exhibition of. etch-
and drawing in Memorial hall, to open Wednesday, Feb. 20th, and con-
Le for .one week. It may he seen from 1 :30 to 5:00 every afternoon.
deits gill be admitted free, and it will be free to all Saturday afternoon.
Warren P. Lombard, President.
The Health Service Dispensary will be open only between 11 and 12
lck~, Friday, February 22nd. F. P. Allen.
dJish 14:
The course in the Methods of Comparative Literature will meet hereof~
on Wednesday at 3 o'clock in Room 407 of The Library.
Q..1. Campbell.
;h School Obsermate5#6
Assinents for observation work' i the Ann Arbor High School will
made by Mr. Thompson (niot Mr1, lBlanchard) in Office A, Room 106 Tappan
l, Thursday morning February 21st, and extending to Friday February
h. Tihe office hours are as follows
8 Daily
9Daily except Mondays and Fridlaysl
10U Daily except Tuesdays and l'hur:> dayar
11 Daily except February 2 th and 2714
I1 Daily except February 26th1
2 Daily except Thursdays
3 Daily
4 Daily
Each student is requested1 to bring a cardl showing clearly his major
minor slitbieets, and ',heoic iniI shd which he has
for observation work. C. 0,. Davis.
tory 1:
The make-up examination in History 14',.la:1 L given Saturday morning,
ruary 23, from 9 to 12 in Room~t 204 T Bpa all W. A. Framver.
ihmnatics: College of Literature, Sci('l ellee an the Arts :
There mill be a mecting of the Mat h{'tin ,!cs Staff on Wecdnrsday, Feb-
ry 20, at 4 p. In. in Rtoomr 110, Tpa al .L)ar~y

'Thle 9 o'clock section of Physics 5E will meet in 308 Ph ysic s Building.
The 1(' o'clock section will meet in 443 West Engineering Buiilding.
It. A. Sawvyer.
Zoo~gy :la (Heredity) :
Theeain list is posted in a case in the corridor near Rtoomi Z-214,
Nturald Science Building. Students should ascertain their numiber:;before(
;;;.)a.-wn Thuirsday, at which time the list will be taken away,>he
shiould also go to the lecture room, long in advance of the next class hour,
to Cud their seats, so as to avoid confusion at the beginning of the lecture.
A. Franklin Shull.
Freshmnan dicee ('ibs:
T!ho Frecshmian Glee Club will meet to-night in room 303- Union..
John ff. Rus~sell, Mr.r
St lidelits' lecitail:
Advanced students of the University School of Music will present the
following program, to which the public is invited to attend, on Wednesday
evening, February 20, at 7:30 o'clock in the School of Music Auditorium:
Polonaise C minor (Chopin) Helen Blalinik; Allah (Chadwick), Route
Marchin (Kipling) Harold Storms; Sonata, Op. 2, No. 2 (Beethoven) Siamne
Mocuidden ; Madrigale '(Simonetti) Pauline Kaiser; Cantabile Sostenuto,
Prelude, Etudes (N. Lockwood) Normand Lockwood; I Love Thee (Grieg),
Ah, Love but a day (Beech), The Year's at the Spring (Beech) Dorothy
Shay; Rondo capriccio, Op. 14 (Mendelssohn) Gwendolyn Wilson.
Accompaniments by -Mrs. Abigail S. Ratliff, Lucile Bellamy and Dwight
Steere. Charles A. Sink, Secretary.
Twilight Organ Reetal:
The following program wil be given by Mr. Palmer Christian, Univer-
sity organist, at the Twilight Organ, Recital in Hill, Auditorium, Wednesday
afternoon, February 20, at 4:15.
Legend and. Symphonic Finale (Guilniant; Ave Maria (Arkadelt) ; Alle-x
gretto (Wolstenholme) ; Passacagalia and Finale on Bach (George Schu-
inann) ; Minuetto antico e Mussetta. (Yon) i l3brceuse (Dickinson) ; Sym-
phonic Poem "Finlindla" (Sibelius). Charles A. Sinik, Secretary.
Research Club:
The February meeting of the Research Club will be held on Wednesday,
February 20, 1924 at.8 p. in. in the Histological Laboratory. The following
papers will be presented:
"Some unofficial Relations with Soviet Russia" by Pirofessor E. S.
Brown.

"Chemical Regulation of Respiration" by Professor R. Gesell.
T. H. lHldebrandt, Secreta ry.
Romaince (Clnb \Meting WVednesday, February 20), Michig an U'nion, Rtoom
:1u)2, at 4:15 O'clock. A. G. Canfild.
Clhimber ofCommiuerce:'
} W. D.Sret an organlizer of national reputation will speak at an
open meting of the C. of C. NWednesday Feb. 20 at 7:30 p. nm., in Room 3:102 of
the Union., A very large attendance is desired.
Robert J. Chick, Jr., Publicity Director.
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Meets Wednesday, February 20, at 4:30. Room 13173, N. S. Building.
Paper by 0. S. Raber,---The permeability of the cell.
B.e3.DIavis.
Un'-rit y (of 31ichmllgai iBond:
Rehearsal tonight at 7 o'clock. By order of the Director,.
I ~William Graulicim, Jr.,' Mgr.
it . 4). C .
Arrangements have been made to show 5 reels of motion pictures in
Natural Science Auditorium on Wednesday at 4;15.
Four reels consist of war pictures which, were taken by the Signal
Corps. The other reels show experimental types of artillery, tanks, bombs,
etc., taken at Aberdeen Proving Ground.
S All members of the R. 0. T. C. are expected to be present. Other per-
sons interested are invited. Johni A. Brooks, Jr.
It. 0. T.~ C. F'ormiation 3I:00 4-. 31. Today:
"13" Company, Rifle practice Room 330 West Engineering. Building.
E and Practice Morris Hall.
Junior and Noncommissioned Officers Room 348 West Engineering
Building.
Seniors and Officers. Infantry office Old Engineering Shops.
Win. T. Carpenter, P.M.S.&T1.
Hygiene 6:.
I will be out of the city on Wednesday, February 20, and will be unable

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6 , at 8 o'clock and 1 o'clock.
Barnbara HI. Bartlett.
Students in the literary college en-
rolled in lygiene G are notified that
no ceedit will be given.
Barbara It. Bartlett.

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M ajestic-Zane Gray's "Call of
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