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WAoz EIGHT

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN'
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notie tu all memnbers of
the University. Copy received by tl a Assistant to the uesident until
3:30 p. mn. (11:30 a. mi. Satuirdays
Volume iii W'k)N ESI)AY, MARCII 4, 1925 N1ulmber 11l
To the Senate Council:
There will be a special meeting of the Senate Council Wednesday,
M~arch 4, at 4:15 P. M. in the President's office.
F. I:. Rob~bins, Secretary.
College of 1teiriture, Science, and the Arts:
All X's and Incoinpletes must be made upl by Mond~ay, March 9th. Un-
less an extension of time has been granted by the Administrative Board, a
grade of (- 1: point) will be recorded.
iflaii A. HIughes, Assistant Registrar.
M1embers of Admiiinistrative Board, College of Literature, Science, and tie
Arts:
There will be a meeting of the Administrative Board Wednesday, March
4, at 7:30 in Dean Eftfnger's office. It 1. lluinphrirys.
Freshmnen IEngineers :
The regular weekly assembly will be held Wednesday, March 4, in Room
348 Engineering Building at 11:00. Captain Bricker will talk: to the class.
Your attention is called to the fact that two mentor cardls for each subject
you are taking are due at this tim-e. If cards have not been filled out that
should be attended to at once. J. C. Brier.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
fr Edlucalion 'school Mcii ::
Wagner and Company on Stat e :1 ref is nlow ready to pleasure senior
for canes to b~e carriedl later in the year. WVill nien ldeseorder~ their;
s at their ('arli(Pst 1possiblecov'l1 ~Oliece so t) Ihat engra ving pmay be a r-
;ed for andl to avoid any elevout !m hour rush.
I Rs.sell P'. Briumhau h, Chairmn of Caine ('em.

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WEDNESDAY, MARC'II 4, 1925
When you write home

WHlAT'S
I Notices to appear
be Left in the ho:
pr ovided for f wc
jI o'clock precec.]itn
11 :Ot---aptitill )
freshillellenlgill
Eninceering bu

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C~ ~ 0 ICO 1: i'oiira d 3Mophima spa:ils 'at
in this eol.iia mfist i ,..~w. :VO I4I rQ a il('liri holdis re.
'~ at the Da ?iy office
t) po~u~e before 4 boa rE I aEItlie chiii'chl.
tQ in. (ja~y of isriue. - ~ - ) I'H e 'l4 u
1- ecees in room 343.,\West En'lgi-

iers in r1'oli 343.<
ill(in4g.

Graduate Students in Education:
The next meeting of the educational conference of graduate students
in Education will be held Wednesday, March 4, at 7 P. M. in the offices of
the School of Education, Tappan Hll.
All members of the staff and graduate students are expected to be
present. Clifford Woody.
Political science 31, Afake-p Final Examination:
Those who were absent from the final examination in this course last
semester may take the make-up examination, Saturday, March 7, at :f A. M.,
2035 Angell Hall.
J. S. Iteve.
J. I..Ilayden.
Psyche ogy 31:
A make-up exam will be given for those who were absent from the final
exam, last semester. March 5th-1:30 P. M. Room 12 N. S.
F. L. Diiimik.
P'sychiology 10, Metal M1eaureents:
Class will meet this week at 4:30 Wednesday instead of on Thursday.
C. E. Rgsdale.
Botaniclal Seminar:
The Botanical Seminar will meet Wednesday, March 4, at 4:30 :8173
N. S. Building. Paper by Frieda Cobb Blanchard-'The genetic constitution
of Oenothera pratincola and somec of its mnutatios."
IS. 1. Dais.
U'nivcrsity of 3Michigan Sain:
Regular rehearsal tonight. All mcnoels of the bad must be in theirI
seats by 7:10 o'clock at the Band hal. Robert V. Halse~y, 1. 11.
Naval lReservists:
The University Unit will meet at 7:30 P. M. Wednesday, March 4th, in
RI. . T. C. Drill Hal. 14. L. C. Lever.
Mili1tary Ball:
Trhere will be a nieeting of the Military Ball Committee in Room 302 of
the Michigan Union Wednesday 7:15 P. M.
31110Oipan, , (lairal.
Internationial Night:
- inal rehearsal Wednesday, March 4, 7 P. NT. in Hill Auditorium.
Ierk Van Osesbrggen, Genera Ciaumni
P~il sigma.:
A meeting for nomination of members will be held Wednesday, March
4, at 7:30 in Room Z 242 N. S. Prof. H. B. Lewis will speak on "T.lhe Individ-
ual and the Species as Problems of Chemistry." Ii. C. liustr.
4Imciwooil Eddy t o Speak Tfonght:
Sherwood Eddy, world traveler and student lecturer, will s;peak on
European conditions tonight in the Natural Science Auditorium at s o'cloc.
The public is invited. There will be no admission charged.
Tyler W. Stevens, Chairman o Studet Friendship Fund.
KODAK THE TEAM
Batter up! That's the signal to swing your Kodak
into action. Soon you'll have Kodak pictures of the "Var-
sity" that 'you'll prize-always.
The Kodak you want is waiting at our
Kodak counter. Come in and pick yours
out. Kodaks are pricd as low as $6.50
up.
Calkins.wFetcher Drug Co.

t 4'~ a"¢i:00)--O1 emm'ose in Co'msg'a"
S tional church parlors.
:00--Senior Women('1 Ilevin on
105 Angell h1 all. l ' 11(sa
jLane ball.
G 4:15--senate Coumciil irs'e E :inll're' i-
(lent's office.
1 iS-Professor Linldmay Speak s inl
r'tomi 1041, new 'hy tics buihbng-.
E 4:0-Fr~cda Blanchard s peaX s In
room B-1 73, N. S. buildinng.
6 :00--Syim ;diolnic I~ealnae holds ball
quet at Union.
7 :%0-Educat ional Iconf~ererce of tgra-,i.
uate students in Education held in
Trappan hail.
7 :01-I niernat jonah ?sight finail re. f
hearsal held in H]ill audit orium.
7: 10-L niversily Band lholds irehcaarsalf
in the band hall.
7 :15-ilitary Bail (oiIait tee jmels
in room 302, Union.l
7 :10-P'rofessor 1Lei speaks in i
S room Z-242, N. S. b)uiling. a ;I i
7 :30--Professor Ely speaks a h
St. Andrews church.Y
17r0- hi~e Kt orCleeiof Literature, Science anid 1he Arts
meets in Dean E'flinger's office.
7 :30--31ortaarboa rd mecets at 102~
Chu rchi.
7 :130--Profess ;r Hayden speaks illM
room 214, University high school.
7 :30--Naval Ileservists medt in It. 0.
T. C. drill hall.
8 :09--Sherivood Edd4y spedahs on l E a
ropean conditions in N. S. audit or-a
ium.
x;:00-TI'heta s igni a meets at t he Eap.
' a Alpha Theta hiouse. ,
Don't delay-Pay your Subscription
today.

nec r"n- building.
7 . ('--hrtIian ;'-,eu1ce society tInmed s
at Lane hall. fA5 # <
S:3-( i'tae'1ieM-amadlled t'e~fs Oil1 ' , °4
"TwenityvYe:ivs in Costa Rica" ill
1'02i 2 'x, 'la ppan hall.
t1II 1 .ii ' NOI'VE 3 I
Thetn~liter will receive mausciript s
for tefn'~liar essay contestIfor'
which a tenl dollars prate is offered.,
until Mltarch 10 at the Press build- x , Li
in,:; when they will be forwardted
to Christopher Morley. who is to
jud]ge t'.emn. If manuscript is to be :. t
rAturned a self addressed. stamped
eiiveio)e shouild be enclosed. I I)r. L eland G. lo vard,4ChiefIot the
--- bureau 01 en tornolo'y, is leadling the
"'Clarence,''In I Booth Tarkington, t departmenitof zagricuiltur':5fight con
will be rea(d at the meeting of the four lhordes; oi' insects5 now doing ili
T uesdy afternoon dIramatic sec'tion of lions in (lilonge to U . S. crops. The
the I+aculty Women's club at 2:30 o'- fo)ur scourges are hfit boll weevil.
clock today at the homne of Mrs. .. U. gypsy miot h, 1 sr opean corn borer, and;
!Markley, 1316 Geddes. Japanese beetlec.
Ithica, N. Y., Mar. 3.--Six students Lansisag, 11X1i., l1jlar. i>.- WhipinigI
hav e been (dropp~ed from Cornell uni-1 posts as a forth of punishmtent for
versity b~ecause of conduct detriment- criminals m~ay hW rccomen(Ied to the
al to the University's welfare. Legislature in a bill.

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The FLY-FRONT COAT
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hanging-their conservatism
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Cut in lightweight and winter
weight woolens in patterns
approved by college men.
$3450 to $4950
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1Next Showinttat Campus BooteryC
1y314 S. State St.. March 12 and 13.,
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SEAT SALE OPENS TOD)AY
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HAVEYOUFVR
Most people do when they see the fare
on the taxi-meter constantly rising, and
we don't blame them. We have the cure
for any high temperature you may have
when you see your taxi bill. The flat
rate of 35c per person for any place in
Ann Arbor does it. Prompt and cour-
teous all.ention will also go a long way
toward satisfying you. Just call

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