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THE MICHIGAN DAILY"

IAQE IIGH THEMICHIAN DILY UNDA, EBRAT'Y 22, 1925'

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice tu all newbers of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the ,'resident until
3:30 p. in. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday.
Volume6 SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 192) Number 10.3

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~JHINEY TTENDS
EDU ATION MEET
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U'niversity Lecture:
Professor H. C. Sherman of Columbia University will speak unde~r the
joint asupices of the University and the U. of MV. Section of the Amnerican
Chemical Society on Wednesday, February 25, at 7:30 P. M. in the Chemical
Amphitheatre.
His subject will he "Enzymes and Vitamins from the Chemical Point of
View."

The public is cordially invited.
Universily Lecture:

F. E. Robbins.

Professor 14. C. Sherman of Columbia University will speak on "The
Vitamins in Life and Health" in the Chemical Amphitheatre on Wednesday,
February 25, at 4:15 P. M.
This lecture will be of general interest. Students in Public Health,
Nursing and the Medical School are especially invited.
The public is cordially invited. F. E. Robbins.
Washington's, Birthday, being a legal holiday, the Health Service will be
open only betveenii and 12 o'cloc. Emory W. Sink.
Facu~lty, C(Tege of Literature, Science and the Arts:
The postponed 'meeting of the, Literary Faculty will take place Tuesday,
February 24th, at 4:10 P. M. in Room 2225 Angell Hall. The special orders
to be considered at that time have already been distributed.
John, R1.. Effinger.
Hygiene 101:
Quiz Section I, Tuesday at 9, will meet in the Lower Lecture Room o1
the Dental Building.
The seating list for lectures will rbe posted in Newberry Hall on Tues-
day. Please look at thils and find your seat's before the Friday lecture.
Nathan Sinai.
Miake.IUp Examinations in Sociology 141 and 121:
Make-u~p examinations in these coxirses will be held Wednesday, February
25, from 2 u.ntil 5 o'clock' in Room 202, Economics Building.
A. E. Wood.
Choral Union Ushers:
All. Choral Union ushers report at the usual time for concert Monday
evening, Feb. 23, 1925. WV. A. Davenport.
Prescott Club fleeting:
The regular monthly meeting of the Prescott Club, which was sched-
uled for February 19th, has been postponed until February 26 at 7:30 P. M.
In Room 303 Chemistry Building . Dr. Carl D. LaRue will speak on his trip
up the Amazon. C. C. Glover, 'Secretary.
Spanishi Play Rehearsal:
The cast for the Spanish play will rehearse in the auditorium of New-
berry Hall, on State Street, promptly at 3 o'clock Tuesday, February 24.
It, is necessary that everyone be present on time because the auditorium

Dean A. S. Whitney of the School 5r ; b ""r~ ^
of Education left. Friday afternoon tot 4
attend the general assembly of the >: ><
National education association, be-
ginning tomorrow Gmd continuing
though Thursday at the music hall in .
Cincinnati. Many faculty meinlbers of
the school will be in Cincinnati both '"r."::::
for the general' andl for special meet-
ings. Profs. Jl. B. Edmonson, G. 1. y
Jackson, C. t0. Davis, J..It. Scoorling,...............$.
A. B. Moehlinan, and Clifford Woody,
together with other staff members are
to be presen~rt........
Among, I he special group meeti ngs,,.::: :::....:::...:,::....::....:::....::.::.:::,
many of which were held yesterday
in ordIer 1 hait the iasociation inetinlg .
might not bie interrupted, was the one
of the national council:o":mat:hem::tics
teachers, presided over by 1 I otf~io ::-: ... .::"::::::::.... ........fi.. .
Schoillig. Elementary, high school ' :..":::::::::::::",::::>:::: s=::;:> .;:. .,:- :..
and college mathemnatics were dis- .. t
cussed, emnphasis being laiid especially , ::": .,:
upon various mathematics programs, : r::;:'"'
the uses of standard tests in the sub-
ject, an l the actors of success iII";:" .,::....."-....
teaching arithmetic ,a nd algebra. . ,.{; ;X. ; ,
Professor Schorling will address thej .i ..:,.> ^ K
educational research association on c '~ '.*yt
Wednesday on the "Specific Objectives '"r;< K '
in Junior High School Mathematics." ,,...,,. . t
Prof. S. A. Courtic, also of the Scho .,}{ ,_ t
Prof. S. A. Courtis, also of the i .~
School of Education, wil speak to the' ;s ,. .r,. , .:
research association upon the "Valid-
ation of Statistical Procedure." ILiw Gen. WIilliamni i'u11l
In addition to the lecture and dis-
cussion program of the larger meet- The eyes of Washington are centered on Brig. Geri. W uliarn Mitchell, who
ing art exhibits and demonstrations i acer probable dlemotion andl possible discharge fr om the army becausoe
of practical work done by school chit- !cof his ui'nauthoirized: revelations andl charges rega :ding the air services in
(Iren from all parts of the United ! estimnofy before a congressional come-mittee.
States will be displayed. A number
of bancquets will be held for alumni r
of various colleges and universities
represented. For the final (lay of the
meeting, Thursday, an artistic pro-,
Iand adults' choruses anda"pen.
In the evening Lorado rpaft will speak
on "The Gospel of Beauty."
Intramuralltems
(Contnued fronm Page Six) 9YdflS-Cofli~efta1 % if
can get their medals by calling at ,, i
this office. v01fr W 'nu w~~cr
The preliminary round in AllI-cam-
pus foul throwing will closeWees
Wde-day February 25th. Individuals wish-
ing to compete can do so any after-'
noon by calling at the Intramural
office in the Waterman gymnasiuni.
While the number conipetin g this year, 'O
is greater than last, yet fewer have . jA°
qualified. Fifteen successful throws ZQ F° 0
out of twenty-five must he made in oir- ' Vmcti Qf George G.Trier and Ku jP Tor(-
ler to qualify for the second round. SCA1LE OF 1 PI i(S-
IND)OOR TU'K i
Entries are now be'ing re eivc d bfr A 62; a t <, i:Y~lir' .,h.....,..:to(.,,....,.
All-campus indoor track meet.. lh tI'g o a itlr' 4 jnimu.row s.....................'_,0 ~ 5' .
following events, will coimplrise the ~~iwxI tinrrows ....................04o 20v{) °
program: 50 yard dash, 440 yamrdI (ash, ltm. 'c 1),,rc iIi 'Ide........... .c') 1 f5
half mile run, mile run, 65 yardc high
Hurdles, 65 yardl low hurdles, shot p~ut,, MAIL OlUi)I1,itS MI
running broad jump, running high ; . . . ".... . ."".^" J ,s .' . °+. +..* ." J'
jumnp. All members of varsity and --_________
freshman squads are barred from this *

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And every convenience in supplies for the student. '
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La Sociedad Ilispanica:
The regular meeting of La Sociedad Hispanica, which was postponed on
account of President Burton's death, will be held Wednesday, February 25,
at 7:15 P. M., in Room 320 Union. Since this is the last meeting until just
before the play, a large attendance is desired to discuss important meas-
ures concerning it. Marshall H. Levy.
To all Fraternities : t
There will be an important special meeting of the Interfraternity Coun-
cil at 4 o'clock Thursday afternoon, February 26, in Room 302 of the Mich-
igan Union. Drawing by lot for places in the five groups provided for in the
new constitution will take place at that time. Fraternities who are inem-
hers of the Council are requested to consider before the meeting names of
members of the faculty and fraternity alumni living in Ann Arbor which
might be submitted as nominees for poshtions on the Judiciary committee.
Nominations for these lists will be made at the meeting Thursday.
It is therefore doubly Important that every fraternity which is a mem-
ber of the, Counicil send its two representatives to this meeting.
Thionmas . Fiske, Seely.
Faeulty Women's Club:
The Athletic Section, through the courtesy of the Physical Education
Department, Is enabled to Invite members, of the Club to attend the classes
in Folk Dancing, given by Miss Burch enal from February 24th to the 20th
inclusive. Special privileges and prices will be granted Club members.
Mrs. Louis, Bred vold.

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10:45-Iemorial service for President
Marion L. Burton,, Congregational
church.
6:00-Sunday night supper, Hlarris

William A. MacI~onald, of the exten-
sion department of the University of
'Syracuse, will be the p~rincipal speakr-
or at the luncheon meeting of the
Kiwanis club which is to he held
Monday noon, at the Chamber of Com-
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