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January 08, 1925 - Image 8

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~TTURS )AY, JANU'ARY 8, 1925



Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to, all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the P-esident until
3:30 V. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdayo
Volume 6 TKUTRSDAY, JANUJARY 8, 1921 Number 7-
Senate Council:
The next regular meeting of the Senate Council will be held Monday,
January '12, at 4:15 P. M. in the President's office.
Frank F. Robbins, Secretary.
Un iersity Women-Houwe Presidentis:
All signing-out slips for the month of December must be turned in to
the office of the Dean of Women before January 10th.
Jean Hamilton, D)ean of Wolmen.
Public Lecture on Insulin:
The second lecture under the combined auspices of the Sigma Xi and
Junior Research Societies will he given in the auditorium of the Natural
Science building Friday evening, January 9th, at 8 o'clock, by Professor
Howard .B. Lewis of the Department of Physiological Chemistry in the
medical school.
D~r. Lewis will speak on "Insulin," chiefly from the standpoint of Tlio-
logical Chenmistry, and the important lines of thought opened up b~y the dis-
covery of this substance. D~r. Lewis' lecture will cover Dr. Banting's work,
but the latter in his lecture the following week will not speak upon Insulin
hut upon the general subject of "Medical Research."
Students of cbepiatry and medicine are advised especially to attendl
Dri. Lewis' lecture in preparation for Dr. Banting's. The general public is
also invited to this lecture..
Aldred Scott lt Warlil, President, Sigmra X1.
Alphla Outega Alpita Lecture:
1) can THugh Cabot of the meielcal, school will give the first of a series of
extra-curricular lectures onx medical historical subjects at 7:30 o'clock,
Thursday evening, January 8th, in the west amphitheater of the medical
building. Dean Cabot will lecture on "The Historical Development of
Operations for ;tone in the Bladder.".
Walter 31. Simpson, Presidenit.
I " encwh 161:
I' :hall he unable to meet this class at 31 o'clock today.
Jolty R.t Effing~er.
Secondary Edattion-B82O:
Students in Secondary ' 4ucatton wilo desire to examine textbooks will
find .A collection of the swine in rcrm 102, University High School. This
room will be open daily from 1-5 -until January 13. Students will please
enter and leave by the wvest entrance.
Rialeigh Sclhorling.
I.a Saeledad Hispanica LeCture:
':dlr. Sanchez will °give the second talk of the lecture series at 7:20 to-
night in room 203 Tappan Hall.
M1arshall It. Levy.
31ld-West Debate Tryouts:
Tryouts for the MVidWest -Debate' will be held in room 302 Mason hall
.at 8:45 A. M.' Saturda~y mor~ning, January 10,, 1925. Five-minute speee hvi
will be given upon the +subject, "Resolved, That except in the case of in-
vasion, Congress should have the power to declare rvar only after an af-
firmative. referendum." F
G. E. lDensmore.
Read The Da ily, "Classified" Columns

JuSSerand X Ycnly

--- I Intramuralltems
;e f ithbo at ;he Da'ly office slave lost some of their stars. Little
. ( t,, f k frnetdthros e ore a CntnedfomPgeSx
fohk rceeng "be day osfoisse, idea01of teoutcome is possible until
the championship~s of the 12 leagues
are decided. The schedule calls for
I0:0 - 'Pofe',orRSic talks oaines a night, beginning at 7 o'-
10:0 -a iesor ic taks n plc;(lock. No games will be scheduled
onstics in the Theater" in Universi- P1 ngt r ihso
for :riaynihsonihsfVait
ty Hall. basketball ames.
6 :00--'Ea Ulleta Pi meet" in Wvillit's g
cafe. Entries for the annual all-campus'
4 :30--. C. A. cahziet (linner ait Lane ( double andl single handball tourna-
hall. nient are now open. This tournament
7 :fi11-t :0 f--Vuastvr'dy(le,-club aprac- on ht toprove interestinig as a wealth
tice in Union assembly room .! if new material was unearthed in the
7:30-:Zl--atpwNu mneets on fourth floor, recent fraternity handball counpeti-
of Literary lbuilding. .ion. Some of the leaders of formerI
7 :30--ha Sociedad Ilispoanica, lecture, years ha ve beeni unseated by yearl-
in roo 202,Tappa hall and many upsets are expected in
7 :30--G-iu aid Blade mneets in room Ithiis tournament."
304, Union. Entries should be made as soon as
7 :30--ea lcaa hugh a Caot Speaks iin 1 no:sible at the Intramural office or at
Medical building. the handball courts in the basement
I)f the W.1aterman gymnasium. Lov-
>~'I3IIAY ,tug cups will be awarded to the win-'
al 0W- Prof. It.. ii. Les seaks in Nta- I ers.
turral Scieiuu2 audit~oritnia.

Boxed Gifts
Place Cards
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A call has been sent out by the
itlicliiganensian for informal ko-
diak p~icturies showing the ac-
iv ilies of women on the campus,
pa rticularly athletics. rThey
Should be brought to the Mich-
iaanensian office as soon as pos-
silde. Any expenses incurredl
will b~e met with.

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Opportunity is still being of-
fered to pay subscriptions for
j he 1925 Michiganensian. The
price for those who signedl
pledges (luring the campaign is
1.5 .50, and for all others $6.00
Payments are being received at
Ethe 'Ensian office in the Press
Ibuilding. I

"It's the -way You show
111 at tile 4sholvol
thiat Coun1ts5!"
It's what your famtily
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yoll pass5 on.

Rumors of a rit bell -,, ii
suit of his speech on t he1-'
serandI retires from W~i
ing the Akhite I oue with S88.
receivedl by the President.

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Still at 6:00 o'clock at Wlili';i": .P inl~t1:' ,t t I1w .oeryonie be thereW
as 'tn1election w~ill la id.
l;irI IRob~ertson.
Universily of AMielig'aii Cdee Celtob:
Rehearsal tonight in Ithe Assmni hi I (a ofat wiiI(- ion I ren7 1(o S.
Alpha Nni:
The regulareetinugof Alphaa Nitv-ill rl:~ioll ii tt i, tt7:"0 on the
fourth floor of the Literary Build in g.
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