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THE MICHIGAN DAILY ___

FIUI)AY, FEBRUA1~Y Z7,

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DAILY OFFICIAL- BULLETIN

Kiing In Danger

sties}'s Il atgue meets in Barbour
gymnasium.
l.":1 5- (Cosatactlutian uuemlhers havie
luncheoni at thle Gol~den Oaks inn.
1 :3!)-('ontrr('gtt i4i:al rambileI iets at
thie (iach.

'0--SpAIINII play reluc iilii he I'ra iali. b.2i l 0-vr o-
room 410, C em isf ry ulda.I ll'P f aivard l .-
ray for your Subscr ipt ion today. 'I If Ctn -a rt o' ,

Publication in the Bulletin is- constructive notice tu all :uembers of~
the University. Copy received by th~e Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday+
Volume a FRIDAY, FEBIIU'AIIY 2, 1(92,5 Number 10111
Miemnorial Issue of Michigan Aumius:
-Copies of the Memorial Issue of the Michigan Altunmus, covering the lie
and services of President Burton, may be obtained at the office of the
Alumni Association, Alumni Mem~orial Hall. W. B. baw
Fuculy of the Colleges of Engineering and Arihitecture:
There will be a meeting of the Faculity of these colleges on Friday,
Fieruary 27, at 4:15 P M., in Rooin 411, West Engineering Building.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary,
Seniors, Schioo> of Education:
There will be an, important meeting of the senior class of the §chool of
Education in Room 203 on the second floor of Tappan Hall, Friday at 5
o'clock. All members should be present if possible.
W. It. Strong, Presidenit.
Liquid Air:
Liquid air in ainy quantity is now available. Particulars may be had
from Mr. G. S. Jenkins, Custodian, New Physics Laboratory.
istory, 3:.
Tbe final make-uip examuination will be given Saturday nhorninmg, Feb-
ruary 28, from 9 to 12. Those who intend to take the examination will please
mect in Room 1204 Angell Hall. 11'. A. Frayer.
.Archhieology d
-The mfake-up examination for the final in Archaeology 121 will b)elheldl
Saturday,; February 28, from 9:00. to "12:00, Room 2003, Angell Hall.
J. G. Wintcr.
Faculty Women's Club:
The Nursery Section of the Faculty Women's Club announces a lecture
by Miss Sweeney, dietician of the Merrill-Palmer School of Detroit. at 3:30
P'. M. Friday, February 27, in, the University High School auditorium.
Her subject will be, Is Your Child Getting a Square lDeal?" All parents
interested are invited. Maybelie H. 11'hitney, Chiairnian.
Ilan Beta Pii
The Annual Formal Receptioni given to the .Engineering Faculty by the
active members of Tau BetaFPivwill take place 'at the Phli Sigma Kappa
House on Baldwin Avenue All members of the faculty of the Engineering
College are invited and all active memibers urged to attend.
Iloward A. Sheridan.
Polonia Literary Circle :
Polonia Literary Circle meets tonight ifi Lane hJall, at 7: 30. Election of
officers will be held at that time. All members are requiested to at ten d.
J. IV. WIm~lek, Secretary.

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King Gecorge V, who has b~een 01rdered south at once by British couirt
physicians., Latest. reports indicate no improvement in the condition of the
royal patient, whose life was said to have been seriously in danger sew*
ovaal days ago.

Montreal, Can., Feb. 2 -ta. roc eiit
(log contvst held in Quebec in comoli
oration of the heroiclvhus ies which
saved the situation at dome, Ala:ska,
(luring the recent epidemic, Jerry.( the1
beautiful Alaskan husky, ina:,cot of*
McGill university; ca'Atured 1thecu IP
awarded for the bcs-t ltype of sledl (og

WHAT'S GOING ON
Notices to appear in this column nnust
be left in the box at the D~aily office
provided for tnait purpose before 4
#o'clock preceeding thie day of issiue.

FRhIDAY

Ph e1 ap:-en tered1. 3z00 -Sj~allixhlt oay rehearsal in the
P'hi Delta Kappa meets at the Green TIree Inn at 6 o'clock. Dr. It. G. Itlhtia, N. V., 1auditorium of Lane hall. ! o
Adams w ill speak. . Clarence J. 11iulitey, Seely. of the child Fb o . 'Fhi e let illon :31-h s Sweeney speaks onl "is I
be (debated F+riday nigh)t by Cornell Your' Child Getting a. Square Deal"
llaeu~EaiuaiuEconomies 185: and IPrinceton. 1This aml]erndment is of in h nvriyhihSho ui
. I foorun.
A smake-up examination in Economics 185 *will be given Saturday morn- speciail interest at this time because it 0J---Irnlipa ryitiiro
lng from 9 to 12 in Room G217 Natural Science Building iup 2fr0teslt2egsauro South Wing.
E. S. Il'olai er. ratification. j:116(0--WmniLau ~zc
-_____________________________ ________ Montreal, Can., Fe!). 21 . M({iil - I Treat pa rty in harbour gymnasium.
ivrst hs-ee c---)-ledt)C ; UC1:14---d~acalty of rthe Colleges of Ent-
of ea th beonditions ,toc l~ctl(;ant ] tije gineering and Architecture meets ini
! of eatlel, on iio srooim 411, \Vcst Engineering build-
1\e?' .i rom h nColleges W_____Sort___ :Scheule 1
inday andi Saturday of this week.'
--___________________________________ ________Portia literary s50(10fyV elecle(d the-(atoumtin 'oi 20, apa
followint; wolmieli to mielilie-rship. : Mar-' 6hall-. dmspektohiIlt
-Lafayette, Ind., Feb. 26.-Purdue an- s ummner, to be awarded to thelie s- ga ret II encekel, '26; A ry Kent M1' iller,.11-~.Aaa past h et
ive'rsity has made public an honor roll 'ner of a prize essay contest onm Soili '27 ; Ermia Schultz, '28 ; and, Alice i kappa at the C rean I'1ree inn.
on which appear time names of 103 sta- suibject dealing with the improvement ccIimplell 'Z(1'.6 :31)-Senior 4dinner-danuce given at the
dents. The roll, known as, "Disting- of time university.E Uniont.
iished Students,'" Is the following out Prf.;.3S0--ti inof(li pa llLite) rairyCicmeets ini
o f a plan to, give proper, recognition Fvaniston, Ill., b 1.-l )sciool ical depa)ai it the d al chol 'Lane hall.
tohihscoasihatinet.htiestcwholsastinihrugc awllgvealettiettainment. A ?:0--lr uua c oia t e oage
- - amb idge Mas., eb. 20.- The their class work, do not achieve scliol- under the ausoices of th eXtension - gz t iio I church.'
Harvard Crimson, for the first time in astic success in college. This is in- diiio t okorIl.___Stlf i)AXY
its history; is -offering to 'the *under- I dicalbed by a thoroughm study of 72 P'ATRON:IZI': DAILY ADVIRTI~LC11910-)Board of D~irecors of the Wo-I
graduates at Harvard university a young men and women whmo entered ________ _______ __________________
scholatrship of approximately $600I for, Northwestern university fouir years
travel In Europe during the coming under this handicap.r
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Blooming
PlIanots
Special Sale for Friday
and Saturday
Cyclamen, Cinerarias
and Primroses, 50c

The CARLTON
As the Spring styles dictate-long sack coals
-buttoned through-made of English tweed
in pleasing light patterns-these topcoats are
warm, y~et not too heavy-they are made to
tear and to beep out the weather. $35 up.
anrsi

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wear it yet this winter. And it
will be ready for you when cold
weather comes in the fall. Superblyr
tailored by Hart Schaffner & Marx
and others of richest woolens. Every
new style. All the latest colorins.
Many are now marked so~ that you

save exactly
price!

one-half the purchaise

Healthy, robust plants, just coming into bloom; Cycla-
men, Cinerarias or , Primroses. These plants sell reg-
ularly at $1.50 but for Friday and Saturday the price
will be 50c delivered. Open Friday and Saturday
evenings until 10 o'clock.

Suits, furnishings special too

Fresh cut flowers of every variety fresh

from

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our

greenhouses at well-known moderate prices.I

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