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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to, all mnembers of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to th. P-"eident until
3:30 p. mn. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday.
volume 6 SUN DAY, JANUTARY 18, 1925 Number 86

Research Clubi:
The January meeting of the Research Club will be held on Wednesday,
January 21st, at 8 P. M. in the Historical Laboratory. The following papers
Iwill be presented:
I "A chemical theory of remanent magnetism" by Professor E. D.
Campbell.

WHAT'S GOING Onj
No(i'rlto a p i tis c,!iiA I1Uct
prov',ided f,.r tit ' t ~u:'tp~nsr leafore a~
o'clock pr'ice',!i r g hhe clay of issue

ooevu ~r III! tageof1the .;Ca

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ITniveisity Lectutre:
Mt~r. Clayton Hamilton, dramatic critic, will deliver a lecture on "The Oldl
'English Comedy" on Tuesday, January 20, at 4:15 P. M. in the Natural
Science Auditorium.
The public is cordially invited.
F. F. Robbing.
Uuh~oitIy Lecture:
Professor Marston T. Bogert, of Columbia University, will speak in the
Chemistry Amphitheatre on Tuesday evening, January 22, at 8 P. M., under
the joint auspices of the University and the U. of M. Section of the Amer-
ican Chemical Society.
'rho subject of this lecture will be "Science and Art in the Perfume In-
dustry," and it will be illustrated with lantern slides and various specimens.
The public is cordially invited. F. E. Robbinls.
University Lecture:
Doctor C. A. Schenck, founder and former directdr ofk the Biltmare
Forest School, will lecture upon the subject, "Present Tendencies in Eur-
opean Forestry," in the Natural Science Auditorium, January 19th at 4:15
P. M.

All students of forestry should attend this lecture.
i~he public is cordially invited.

F. F. Robbins.

Faculty ,College of Literature, Science and the Arts:
The next meeting of the Faculty will be held January 19, at 4:10 P. M.
in room 225, Angell Hall.
Special Items: 1. Discussion of credit for R. 0. T. C. Work.
2. Report of Committee on Attendance Rules.
John R. Effinger.
Undergraduate Women :
All applications for changing rooms the second semester must be filed
in the office of the Dean of, Women by 5:00 P. M., January 20th (Tuesday).
No applications will be received after this time..
Jean Hamilton, Dean of Women.
University Semite:
The second regular meeting of the University Senate for the year 1924-
1925 will be held in Room C, Law Building at 8 o'clock on the evening of
MondIay, January 26.
Order of Business: Report of the Board in Control of Athletics.
John IV.Bradshiaw, Secretary of the Senate.
" Facly, Colleges of Engineering and Arclitectutre:
There: will be a meeting of the Faculty of the Colleges of Engineering
and Ar'chitecture, Mond ay, January 19, at 4:15 in Room 348, West Engineer-
in~g Building.
'The Committee on the Study of Engineering Education. wi make a re-
port of progress. Mr. J. H. Hammond, Associate Director of the Investiga-
tion of Engineering Education being made by the S. P. E. P., will speak.
Louis A Hloins, Sec'retariy.
Seniors and Graduate Students of Ediesfttlou:
Opportunity will be given next semester for a very limited number of
suiperipir students to 'do practice, teaching in Detroit and possibly in Flint.
To do. so, students will need to keep one day per week entirely open for the
'work .:Those successfully compluting the assignments will stand in line
for permanent 'positions in the Detroit or Flint school systems. Any inter-
ested in 'availing, themselves of this opportunity should immediately send
their names to the undersigned.
C. 0. DavIs, Chah'inan of the Committee.
D}r. Richard L. Sutton, Professor of Dermatology at the University of
Kansas Medical School, will give an illustrated talk on "An African Lion
Hunt" on Tuesday night, January 20, at 8:00 P. M., in the Natural Science
Auditorium. Students of the Medical School and any others interested are
invited to attend. Admission free. U. J. Wile.
Chioral, Union Ushers:
All Choral Union ushers report for concert at Hill Auditorium, Monday
evening, January 19th, at the usual time. W. A. Dlavenport.
To 3Memb es of tile Faculty W{omnen's Club:
The Garden Section of the Faculty Women's Club invites all members
X of the Club. tq an informal lecture by Mr. Samuel Burchfield entitled, "How
to Prolong'the Iris season," at the club-house on Wednesday January 21,
at 2:4.5 P. M. Irene Newburgh, Programni Cairmatn.
Phi Beta Kiappa
An :important meeting of the Faculty members of Phi Beta Kappa will
be held in Room 205 Mason Hall on Fridlay, January 23rd, -at 4:15 o'clock.
J. II. lhodges, Seeret,1rY.
R' .0. L. C.:.
Photographs will be taken of the R. 0. T. C. comranies in uniform al .
the regulat' drill periods this week, beginning with "A" Company it 10:i40)
A. M. Monday, January 19th.Wi.'. ire1e.
B1oanical Semninar~
Botanical Seminar mieets 'Wednesday, January 21, 8t 4:20, fl173:N. 2
Blldg. Paper by Prof. Philip B. Hadley--"Iaacteriophalge."
]l..ll. li. "4
Graduate Engli~Jt Chub:
There will be a meeting of the Graduate English Club in the parlors of
H~elen New'oerry Residence on Tuesday evening, January 20, at 8 o'clckl.
Dr. J. B. Moore will read a paper on "The Ultopianism of James Fenimore
Cooper." Panul Mueschke, Pre itdecix.

''The first edition of Crotius on the law of war and Peace" by Professor I Ysoudfr neo Ds rige<ir)e 1 to I VI)(W. ra pla al c rror,
J. S. Reeves. t-1 rurR'IrI' lIi~II~ P (1 X?0(I 'hyil' 1Ai 110' 11W) I. 1for Qnr-
The Council will meet at 7:15 P. M. s (1 11;" ?N.ta Lth hil )flInc . ely,2Wller, 10 7'ec,'.:l in The nITu. d:v I
an. ildebrandt, Secretary. ,:t -Dsmsii ~iis~iic yh a )aralal .<eIC a I0ndoTwiony atier
S Regular meeting will bw held in Room 2,003 Angell Hall on Tuesday, dingy studio.i On" fe5t~ 10. nchi, Yo',,
January 20, at 8 P. M. Prof. A. L. Nelson will present "Adjoint Differential ; ;,1;)_ hlotie :ux;izmh::'tar4h i '4i.Al
E quations." All persons interested are invited to attend the meetings of' Pre.;byt erail c2.h. --lt
the Club. IW. W. 1Denton, Se'y. 5):30'--volug PeopelP&nct ir at I ( I A I I 01 AN,
byt riali cha 1'l] -___________________________________
Lit Seciedad Iilispanica : 0:0-Rev 11. L. Loncsdah' seaks aI
The Ensian picture for the Sociedad Ilspanica will be taken at Rnt-I Harris 'hall supper.
schler's studio on Sunday, Jan. 25, at 9:45 A. M. All dues mst be paid to 6s3- Sluert supper andl Fireside
th resre efr tepitrewllb* tkn Chat at Congregtoal chrch. +'11"bitry bra'f'ZQs, a stiler il Europe - e,re only ix
th u~ucbeor hepi~ue~v .E tke.(j :04- Mo inlpictur servce at ('il. lt III s apar. Ad v lia'i Itliicy hide 'sweepsdon i O
L. Wallace Hoffman. i(44t{)l chrh "Itnreue' d"dgoa"adts tth d o el 'w
r t 1 p1 irre fha Iuiyday3s and sining ulra radsin 'Sw It Leo
- ~pe-onal attention given students HONI)AY e ach01 4(Iirt U 11V'dVTl1 i
here." t:1. i-('crc e FrancaisrisEn i, ay.iianpc st tnch 42l11 Itheii'iii em f I'41i rsi192,.ile
Mae Rosback, '2.-"1 believe the' tuie at Spedding studio.a *
T egreater advantages are offered by the ': 0-IFacolvo literary coleile e 'i P.-s O B IRTr D. GREGG (Reprsnativ)
lagunvriyItgives the student ' in room 22, Agell hall.,-~ Suh~ ~O t
wider field of instruction, andl of- 4;1-1)r. C. . S Bench speaks (,i
(frs an opportunity for the student toy "Foestry" lil Natural Science aIn- I~~h ~-
!coame.pu come in contact with more people' itoiumn. o'n ie
C red o 4 Kenneth H. Lowe, '26.--."From my A' .1-Faculty o olgso nie
1 i experience at both Olivet and Michi- ering and Architecture meets in
San, I would advise one to go to a room 348, West Engineering build- ' SHLLAI iE~l'
'mall school for a preparatory ing. ________________________________
Today's quesl on : Do you think, course, but for a straight literary,
the small gr the large university cf-1 course I advise the University. When U.N OT17it ES t
teone is taking a professional course, Treasurers o organitions--- 'very
fers the greater ad;'anta;;es to te the cost is large, and the student can organization appearing in t he 1925 k i
college student.? save munch by going to a smaller Michiganensian must have pa id for
Where asked : On the campus. jschool." its space and have its picture taken R
Tietoianswers : Willard Mason, '271, lbefore Feb. 1, 192. There will h
-"Th'e first two years of my college Washington, Jan. 17. - Although! no extension of time.Ld
the Senate turned aside today fyom i Maiuilsd. for the Febrnary issue o hi!Ci
I dcto a pn tasalshoconsideration of the Isle Of Pines The Inlander will e readtl Fn eb. 2rrcR
Oberhin, and generally sneaking, I treaty to take up other legislation, Re-; 10. Manuscripts of every ds rip-
,,houild say that the greater a~lvant- publican leaders said they looked for tion are aceptabler. ihe ru'm ecI v re ~
ages are offered by Michigan, repre- final action on this long pending; rC1it reTd:>
senting the large universities. In op- convention with Cuba before the end Lansing, Mich., Jan. 17. -- ?aioIxCq!S1CL an Se ,xiJZ1 mC', a t
portunity for research, and the chance of next weeek. equipyent rwas forstleithH ous I nen t(' 0W S i rtx
to develop talent in outside activ- ofe etrdyfo h e1oraniei (j .lOe iCt M IfJC: J GI tI
ities, the large schools excel; in re-, Automotive students went through Iof tpper Penins a toemler s 1w C lesue o atdcad c),u r. n rC4 Kt.
gard to individual attention given by , the Fora, Cadillac, and Federal Truck mst remain in11L ins.ist, during,"1 jtkZbd wdaeC ,,xl
instructors, the sm~all school is best." p'ants in Detroit Friday. week-end adornmnts. LrtI! of tint lin.nd cati ac N2
Delmas Cohlin, '26. --" think a tuques onabl3) idlee11C ne ffiends. Ai
large university offers the greatest -.............- °.- - - *I\pies, Iii spieC3C li c'Xt'll a wl",tt c:'
advantages for the college student. Hee:a S e il ii v ~ i t
The sco-e of work is greater and -El1&
I mfom' variied, t he instrulction is of t he% .
hest thai. can be procured, and the IN l
name of a large university ,ill) !l * rlk .iv a i
ably mean more to one after gradula-I
tio The Va illa. Coder It Fo Them'B.
!1lar . Hill, '27P.-- -the large V niunir erI-F r T m
vest.Techief arumet in tav- ,BI . I IWK
or of smaller schools is that the in ,:lPH-ONE 4231r'e 'L)
dividual student gets more attention, PtChchSrv Ii1rti3
yet I have found, when comparing the'!. J y ~
size of classes at Ohio Wesleyan ilni- E A.NN ARBOR DAIRY (C
versity, which I attended one0 year,(
with those of the Michigan engineer- I--iH OMiiE 0F P U RE M I L K
lug school, that those of Michigan are_ _______

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Then make it a good night's
fun. 'We have the sort of
skates that the expert as well
as the novice will most enjoy.
Built right and of steel that
grips the, ice, sure and fast.

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to Get That.
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Just the thing for. tile bathroom,
the b)ed room, or the breakfast
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