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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication In the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to tho President until.
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdayj"
! .l ame 6 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, ,1925 f Number 10:3

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To all muembers of the University:
As Monday, February 23. is a legal holiday all classes will be suspended
and:Iall University offices closed, The convocation called for Monday after-
noon has been cancelled.
-WHERE TO ASSEMlIBLE ,
SATUJRDAY AFTERNOON
itien
Literary college--South University to East University street.
Law school, School of Business Administration, and School of Educa-
tion-East University to Church street.
College of Engineering and Architecture--On Church street from South
University to College, avenue.
Medical school, School of Dental Surgery, and School of Pharmacy--
College avenue to Washtenaw avenue.
Women
On G-eddes avenue from Washtenaw avenue to the Forest Hill cemetery.
After the funeral procession passes 'the students will fall in line and
march to the cemetery.

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SEMESTER

To M1enmbers of the Faculty and Staff :
insofar as possible, the Secretary's Office has distributed copies of the
January, 1925, issue of the telephone directory to the various University
offices,. Any one who has not yet received a copy may have one delivered.
by notifying the Secretary's Office.
S .W Snmith, Secretary of University'.
Library -Closing :
Tlie University Library and all departmental libraries will be closed
from 'Friday, February 20th, at 12:34 until Saturday morning. They will
also be; closed from 1:30 until 3:400P. M. Saturday, February 21st.
Win. WV. Bishop, Librarian.
1PhySics 45, 45,17:
Tlie new section in Physics 37 will meet first on February 27. Members
of the. new section may come this week to Room 311 Saturday at 8 or to
Room 309 Saturday at 11, if they wish.
Memibers of the Laboratory Section ii meeting Friday afternoon may
nake up Experiment 2 Friday mornin :9-12 or Saturday morning 8-4 1 or 9-12,
if they wish. W..1V. Sleaitor.
Zoology, 31. (Organic Evolution) :
A mke-up examination for those students who, were absent from the
final. will be given inwRoom 2233 on Saturday, Feb. 28, at 0 o'clock. Doctor's
excu'ies must be presented to allow students to take this examination.
Jacob E. Reighard.
Exac1i oaneous Contest:
''le tryouts for the extemporaneous contest will be held at 9 o'clock
Satur'day, morning in Room 302 Mason Hall instead of Friday afternoon as
previously announced. Speeches will he three minutes in length and may
be on any phase of the general subject of "Child Labor."
- IT. C. Dixon, Director Locail Contests.
Senior tW'onn: .
All S'0.60oxs '*men trust have their measurements taken for caps and
gowifs by Saturday, February 21, on the second~ floor of. Mack's.
E. S. Nei.sel, Cap and flown Commiiitee.
tI1i~1iy Clubi of' Ann Arbor:
'Te February Club Night ,of the University Club, set for Fridlay eveing.
Febrmary 20, is postponed;, further notice will be given of the (late to be .set
for the later meeting..

t treetrge A. Parks
Thefnew governor of Alaska, George.
Alxader c Parks, is a r;esident of the
territory,.lie is a mining eng;ineer,
WHAT'S GOING ON
Notices to apear in this cnl"h roust
h e left in the box at fhe D~ady office
)pro)v1ied for t nat purl~ose before 4
-o'clock oreceedintnc w d.y of issue
FRl I I)A Y
8 :00)-AL. T '. C. iiiets ait Pre:-idlen
Burton's home.
r3 :(_- Profe'smirr Sandel4rs si)&'i s on1
"11 ow the New Testam)enlt was
T] ansinitted to Us" i the C'ongrega-
tional church par'lors.
1:1I5--sigmilai ielf a Pil ueels at Sig-s
in aKappa house.
7:,A--Poiatmi hi Litekary circle imeet s
in Lane hell.
8 :00)--Sacred cto-ert at 811. P'aul's
SLutheran church.
9 J:09.l-- 1xt al;ere ('oude:t, in roo iii
1llas(un 1hall.
7 ~ D :00 -8:1 'rde ssr W at er'an asiwakx
Lane hall.
7 :30~- ('i'itsmen mieet at 4ol41 lasonle
Tieiip.
jNorman, Olio", Feb. 19.--Okla bourn
unfiverbit y's Stai i tim-Ui Ion Itimi (Iwas
ral sed to $4 15,0)00 today by the gift
of $10,000 fromi an unklnown lperson.
Normian, Okla., 1Feb. 109.--Approxi-
mutely 100 members of the Oklahoma

ADVISES STATE CONTROL;
('oncluding a series of tour lectures,-
entitled '"City PlManning fronm the Law- 1
y's Point of View," Frank B. Wit- m
liams spoke on "'Regional Tlanning
with Especial Reference to the Re-
gional Planning of New York" yester -i
day afternoon in Natural Scienceudi-
tot mmn. Defining his topi sth
p)anning of a considerable area as aI
unit," he stressed the physical and
administrative rmasons for the neces- ! g
sit y of regional planning.V
ir. Willianms then went on to give .
five mnethods which lie said had not
}l anined any conspicuous success in
1 his country. "Counties," he said
"gene rally prove neglectful and fail in
their tasik." lie (describ~edlthe Imethtod
whereby cities are allowed to lanu
beyond their linmit~s as the most popu-
lar' in this country.
"TFhe most satisfactory method," lie
Saod "i'is that of state supervision arid(
c Cnt1rol, \VbicO) will not lie- adopted in
his countriy for a long timie."
"I would counsel that the state hire
experts," Air. Williams dleclar'ed, ''and
they would1 eliminate town zoning,
which is thte worst in this country."
'The latter imirt of the lecture was
I {owernedl with New York's planning'
andt its history which was described a,
one (of the most di fficult ever under-
I ak, n a nywhere. Slide illustrations
e'xplainedl the lproject.
Power Scrapers
Dentonstrated In
} Front Of Union
'r Ic. imanataivye souls, who, see-.
inu; the "'red engines'' performing in
f runt of the Union yesterday, believ-
ed themr to be fore-shadowers of the
alj~jioacliiig godt of war, were happily
mii:;aken, as they were lbnt represent-
;itive denionstators of three kindls 0f
highway surface scrapers being shown
to I ho convention of visiting state
r'oad coini missionei's.
The three makes of piower graders
i'epi :sentedl were the Austin Western,
'lie Hladfieldl Pennfield, and the Weir.
F~or lack of a more realistic setting,
tHe dlemonstration took place at the{
corner of State and North University
atvenues and consisted of having the
machines drive up and down the street
under the power of their F'ordlson
motors.
These tractor-scrap~ers are esp~ecial-

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e urged to 'attend this meeting.
Arthiur It. Tiurner, President.

Siena Delta h1'
~lahe eiiary meceting of Sigmia. Delta Phi has been postponed to Wed-
nesday, February 25, at the Sigma Kappa House.
PO'omla Literary "Circle-:
The meeting scheduled for tonight is postponed until further notice.
Leo J. Nowieki.

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