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PAOX NIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY ___

I"iTY'PL1T)AY, Fl-" Rt"Ai;Y 2r;, 1125

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DAILY' OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to tho Fresident until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. M. SaturdaY+
Volumue 5 THUYRSD)AY, FEBRUARY 20, 1925 -Number 108

Memblers of the Administrative Board College of Literature, Science and the
Arts :
There will be~a meeting of the Administrative Board Thursday, Feb-
ruary 26, at 7: 30' in Dean Effnger's office. W. . Ilunplreys.
The Soas Prize In Natural Science:
Notice is here given that all applications or nominations for the Solis
prize (for women) for research in Natural Science (including Medicine)
should be made at the office of the Graduate School, where detailed informa-
tion as to conditions and procedure can be had, not later than April 1.
A. 11. Lloyd.
Graduate Fellowships and Scolarships for 195--26:
Applications for fellowships. and Scholarships for 1925-26 in the Grad-
uate School should be made not' later than March 1. Blanks and informa.
tion may :be had at the office of the School, 1014 Angell Hall.
Information will be given also about other graduate fellowships, in-
luding the follow',;: th' PAr!ah Fellowship, awarded by the University
of Michigan and available for foreign study; the fellowships in Interna
tional Leaw, offered by the Carnegie Eindowment for International Peace;
the fellowships of the Robert Brookings Graduate School of Economics and
" " Government; the fellowships offered by the Michigan School of Religion;
the National Fellowships in felgion; the Thayer fellowship in Schools of
Oriental Research; and a felowship in Semitics a the University of Wis-
consin. A. I. Lloyd.
Paris' Scholarship~:
SThe Americanl Univversity Women's Paris club offeres for the academic.
year 1925-26 six scholrhps to be applied toward the cost of residence at
the Club. These scllolarsbps" are open to women graduates of American
colleges and universites who will pusue next year courses of study at the
Sor bonne, the College do Fance, or sute other institution of higher educa-
tion in Paris. ,lnformaton concerning these scholarships may be obtained
in the office of the Romance Department, 14SW. A. (x. Cafield.
It will be necessary at certain times during the week and possibly a few
days of next week to shut off the hot water supply for short periods of
' time owin~g to counectIasIs which ar necessary to make to te new softener,
the installation of which is nearntg completion.
E. C. Pardon, Superintendent.
f College of Pharmacy Faculty:
There will be. a faculty meeting this~ afternoon at 4:05 in Room 212
Chemristry Building. C. C. Glover, Secretary.
House Presidents:
There will be a joint meeting of. the Board of Representatives and
the Board of Drectors of the Women's League on Saturday, February 28,
at 10:00 o'clock sharp, in Barbour Gymnasium
M4argaret C. Dixon.
Spanish .Lecture:
'The last Spanish lecture of the series will be given tonight in Room 203
Tappan Hall at 7:;30 by Mr. Garca-Prada. The lecture will be illustrated
with slides of South America. The topic is "Un Viaje a Sd America."
III. M Sinclair.
French 164 and 214:,
1 shall not meet my courses 14 and 214~ today.
Eugene E. Rovillain.
French 2:
Beginning Friday, Mr. 'Antonio's section of French 2 at 1:00 o'clock wil
meet in Room 100 SW, and his French 2 at 2:00 o'clock will meet in Room
302SW, instead of 210 University Hall. A. fr. anild.
history 6:
Lecture Seating List now in Basement of An.-ll Hall takes effect
Thursday. Prestoi Slosson. I
history 5:
Make-up for those who failed to take final in this course Wednesday,
March 4, from 2 to 5. Report Wednesday in Angell Hall Room 4007.
Preston Slos son.
Ilygiene 101:
The seating lists are posted in Newberry H-all. Please look at these
and 'find your Beets before lecture on Vrday. -Nathan Sinai.
I ;gehology 1:1 at~12:
A make-ujp examination for students who missed the final will be given
in Room 480, N. S" on Friday, February 27, at 1 o'clock. Medical excuses
must be prenenteo.
Ade Bert Ford.
Zciolng I, )First SemoNst:
Those who missed the final examination will take a supplementary ex-
amtination, in Room 233 N. S. building on Saturday, Feb. 28,at 9 o'clock.
Cercle Fraucais 1,oture:
The third lecture of the Cercle Francas will be given at 4:00this after-
noon at 203 Tappan Hl. Myr. Jobin of the Modern Languages Department
of the Engineering College will speak in French on "Les Salons Litteraires
au XVllle Slecle.,'
French Play:

I shall meet 'canddates for the French Play in Room 202 S. W. at 4:00
P. Al. Friday. As the .cast 14 not yet filled new candidates are requested.
Robert V. Fintney.
8191a Alpha Iota l italI:
The following progranm to which the public its invited will he given in
the. School of Music Auditorium Thursday evening at 8:00 o'clock by the
Sigma Alpha Iota Sorority;
Romance. (Wagner). Pauline Kaiser; Verborgenheit (Strauss), Zuelg-
nung_ (Wolff) Helen Martin; Iris for Strings (Beethoven) Lucille Bellamy,

Pauline Kaiser, Moselle Rider; Concert Etude (1lcl~owe li) Virginia Tice;
:Sonata, No 12 (Mozart) Roselle Rider; Am Sonutag and Stancehem (Brahrms)
Fannie Martin. Accompaniments will lbe played b)y Pauline Kaiser and
Donna. Esselstyn. (harles :1. Shi, Sceretary.
3lenihers of~ the S. C. A. Cabinet:
There will be an especially important meeting of the Cabinet this atr
afe-noon from 4:45 to 6:00 in the Board Room at Dane Hfall. This will
take the place of our regular Thursday dinner.
Perry 31. Hayden, Presid1ent.
Chamber of Comnmerce:
Professor W. A. Paton will speak on the C. P. A. andl Accounting field
Thursday evening, Feb. 26. Tlhese meetings are not confined to members
and we will be glad to have all those interested attendl. The meetings begin
at 7 :15 sharp in Room 304 Union and will last for one hour only.
F. B. Case, See.
Acr'onautic al Society:
Trhe Aeronautical Society will meet in Room 306 1lichigan union, at
7:30, Thursday, Feb. 26. Prof. Pawlowski; who recently returned from
Europe, will discuss the progress of aviation in that country. All aero stu-
(ents are urgedl to attendI and any others who are illtere tedl are cordially
invited. C(raiehen, Pres.
University of lichiigau Glen (Club:
Reh earsal for the eut ire clubi will be heldl tonight in the U nion,
Carl It. Schoonaker, Miaager.
Players Club:
The Players Club will hold its monthlly meeting air 7:30 Thursday, Feb-
ruary 26, Sarah Caswell Angell Nall A short business session will follow
the program. Htomier Siroiig, Pres.
Geological and Geograplkal .Journial0".0):
The Club will meet in Room (G 437 Natural Science Building at 7:45 P. MV.
on Thuirsday, February 26.
Program: Prof. James "A Geographical Reconnaissance of Trinidad."
All interested are cordially invitedl to attend the meeting-.
R. . 1o+B'kaaal.
Prescott Clab :
The regular monthly meeting will be held tonight at 7:30 in Room 303
Chemistry Building. Dr. Carl 1). Laliue will talk on his trip up the Amazon.
4-. C. Glover, Secretary.
Round Table Club Meeting:
Dr. William Pickens, negro graduate of Yale University and Phi Beta
iKappa from that institution, will speak at the Round Tcable Club Meeting
tonight at 7:30 in Rooms 316-320 of the M~ichigan U~nion. Hdis subject will
be "Can the Negro equal the White man in Intelligence." Mr. Pickens is
the field secretary for the National Association for the Advancement of
Colored People. All members of the club are requested to be p~resent and

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S Notices to appear in this columonnhust
be left in -the box at the D~a-ly offices
s provided for Ithat purpose before 4 Several positions are now open
o'clock preceeding tiae day of issue. I 1 on thme business staff of The j
- I Daily. The wvork involved will
ITHIURSD)AY r be of value alike to those who
4 :00-Interfraternity council meets in want to participate in some cam-
rom30,Uio.Ipus activity a(i to those who
4:00-3i. .obin lectures on "Les Sal want some practical experience
ons Litteraires au XVIIIe Siecle" i' in the business department of a
rom203, Tappan hal.1 I daily newspaper. All persons
room ~ ~ a.inte'restedl are requested to re-
4:05-Faculty of the C'ollege of Th1ar- ; port at once to The Daily busi-
niacy meets in room 212, Chemistry ! es office in the Press building.
building. I________________
4:450:00-S. C. A. Cabinet meets iI____________________
the Board room at Lane hall.__________________
5:00-No rehearsal of the Cong'rega-.
tional choir.
7 :15-Prof. IV. t. Paton speaks onl
"C. P. A. and Accounting Field" in It's Unique
room 304, Union.
7 :30-Round 'fable club meets Inl
rooms 316-320, Union. M arch 5 6 7
7 :30-Prof. F. V. IPalowski discuss- '
es "The Progress of Aviation in Eu-
rope" in room 306, Union. ? P
7 :30-Players clop i meiets in Sarahl"
Caswell Angell hall. I
1 7 ::30-ID. Laltue speaks onhi trip ________________________
uthe Amazon in room 303, Chem- -
uptrybuilding.
7 :30-Admialnisralivc board of~ the lit. '
evary college, meets in D~ean Etfling- i
er's office.-- -
7 :30---Carlos ('areia-Prada lec tures on1
'"U~n Viaje a Sud A mc ica" in room 11
203, Tappan hall.-_L
7 :30- Dr. Pickens speaks on "( ,t he e r ,' u l t e W i e A an n In- he-
tell igenco ?''in rooms., 310-320, Uln-.
7 :45P'rof. JP. E. Jvrnre s sc. eaon 1"1
Gecographical I teco)lnI i ,; anceo o
Trinidad" in r'oomiiQ137, Ntulral Cl Sh
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4 :(0-French 1 lay try outs in room! But this sort of thing does happen
202. South Wing,. in very nice families-and too
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