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PAGE EIGHT

'THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

TIR"RSD AY,'MAIC4IT r, 1D25

DAILY' OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication In the Bulletin is constructive notice toe all members of
the University. Cop~y received by Me~ Assistant to the Pr eldent until
3:0 p. m. (11:30 a. nm. Satuxrdaya
T0o11 me 5 THURSD)AY, MARCH 09 ,192, uN omer 1l1

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Notice to all Memubers of the University:
Mall addressed as follows, "care of University of Michigan," office of
the Secretary, Room, 3, University Hail. It will be held until Mlarchi 10, and
should be called fo~r at once, giving date of this publication i. e. March 5.
This list will not be reprinted.
L. A. Agnew Riussel F. Lawrence
Williams -S. Armour Clhas. F. Lyman
Julia TI. Armour
Alpha Epsilon Phi W. F. Moore
Alpha Delta Sigma Glendon Mowitt

Peter P. Brender
Makgretta Barr
Thain Iliaja~t
Ruth Cheng
Hi. C. Coffmnan
Mr. Chandan
It. B. Corwin
S. T. Chan
Z. E. (Clark
Rtuth Cheng
Alfredl "B. Connable
D. W. Clephane
Hi. Ti. Chapman
C. C. Davis
Bess M. Davis
Miss Janoki Edaroictek
Mrs.. Charles Frost
L. A. Gee
Andrew Goodman
Oscar M. Gunderson
G. S. Haggerty
James D. Hubbard
Martha 1. Hank
Frederick Healy
Catherine B. Hieller

11. S. Maentz
L. A. Maeder'
Frances Mack (2)
Stanley Monroe
Paul Moore
A. It. MacLaughlin
D. J. Miller
Edna Morgan

Janes 1B. Newman
E. F. Osborne
M r. I'raclham II
Torsten Peters
Everett Andrew Piaster
Albert 1). Ruedeman
Mary Rosss
Prank F. Reed
Margie M. Schneider
Fa~y Snead
Camipbell Seit~z
Sukunai A. K.
Mr. Sick, 11. T.
11. N. Schmitt
Hide Shiobara
Leo Tabin
R T. Thomas
It. S. Tucker
H~arry Vain Every
Mr. Verinan L. C.
(1. Wilson
L. 0. Wlttnian
C. HI. Williams
It . G.Walker
Albert Wandersee

I Untiversity Club of Antn Arbor:
fClub night for March will be held onl Friday evening, Alarch (i.
E vat ns i Hol brook, (ha ii'ian, ProgriamC omi ttiee.
Ch'iambe~r of (Commece:
Proflessor It. L~. Masson will sneak on ''Opport unit los inl the F~inaldll
Field'' Thu rsday evening, Al a rch 5, alt7:15. 1 town "102 1Uni1on.
_ F B. (Catse, Sec.
t Arnuticail Socwl y-
%l r. W. 13. Stout., President. of 1112- Stout :Metal Ai rpla ne Co., will preser
a paper and1( show slides rela tive to the'Cons~triuct ion of the all muetal air
p 1lane, at. 7::30 P. M. 'Thursday, AMarch 5, in Natural Sc'ience Aulit oriurn. TIh
1 public is inlvited. No adml~liss~f ion cha '' l I. It. Graichen.
I Xairs.itv (xee ('lar:
1E]%eryorne is c- pectcd to he at the Union at 6 :30 tonight. for the Stat
IDenc('ra tic convention. inifoi'iial. Th is wxii take the plaice of the regula
r'ehiearsal. (Carl 13. Slanwi maktler, 31atiagter.
l're h 31 :
w ;lyv sectio 11)' f Ircli 831af.I1:00 o'cloclh will mieet, . einnling T [ilxrsda'
lin Itooml 22! hAIll Iha !fied C. Browni.
IPolit i c ience 2512,,Juuureal C(A111
TEhe regular mieeting 0of t he Jo~urnal Ch ina) v: i 1 1)2 hi I'llT rsdalav. Ma"C
J, at1:3 P. M\., 4106 C ene2'a L 1ibra rr. " l. ".Peve's.
i\ vIusy;ooa 31, ~.Fitnal 111) e- p xaimiluail
A maku p ~i~iexali~iuat len for t1houc''who)))w(r,'en(It, frm Ithe tinal ex
I inilatjoi)last 1~i(] iib wn f)l~ay lrl ,at 1:380 I1,' .A. i
Statileiaf5'Recit al:
'1"1e following programtiiito Xwihich the publ1)1ic is illvi ted will be given 1)
aidvanced studlents or: the U~niversity chol of Alusie Th ursday evening a
8:00 o'clock in the Recital JHall.
I Scherzo (Men delssohn ) Improm~ptit ( Scha bert) Margaret Strauss
Siciliano from First Solo SonatIa (B3a cli), Ilunga 'ian Dance D) mina:
ll(Irahins-Joacbimx) Gertrude Friedrich ; Sonata Op. 2 Allegro (Beethoven
Holen Van Blis; Ave Muria (Luzzi) Margaret Calvrt; Two Etudes W(ho
pin) El'.izabeth D~avies ; Trio No. 213 flat major (Mozart) D~orothy H~aab:
Piano, Orien, Dailey, Violin, Earl Adams, Cello; Scotch Poem (AlcIowell,
Polonaise A major (Chopin) Dorothy Maicolmnson ; Papillous (Schumann,
Virgin ia Tice.
Accompanists: D~onna Esseltsyn. Anne Broene and 11leen Blahnik.
(Charles A. lime, Secret ary.
Alpha N1u:
In the interest, of International Night at l1ll Auditorium, the regular
in eeting of Alpha Nu is post pone'd till Friay night at 7:30, at which time
the freshmen will try out for their dlebate team.
Gun an id lade Cata1,
j Ther~e will be a meeting of t he Gun anml Blade Club, 'Thursday, March
5th, at 7:30 1P. A. in Rtooni1102 -Michigan I~nion.
All members are urgedl to attend( this meeting.
11. E.1. Arlhiuar.
Senior Engineers:
There will be an imlportan t assembly of all Senior Engineers in Rooln
j '48 Engineering building, on Thursday, March 5th, at 11:00 A. Al. It is (e
d-sired that everyone be present on this occasion. Professor Ralph Aigler o1
the Law School will be the speaker.
C. E. Nilson, Ientor Sci~or Engineers.

Presses Charge

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Charles S. Clark Company, New York
The thoughtful hostess will appreciate the advanitages of TIhe
Every-Player-Your-Partner System. It is not only fair, from the
standpoint of tile score, that every p~lay~er should have as a partner
ever'y other liayer-whether good or indlifferent--but it also ad,
much pleasure to a. party for each guest to meet and talk to every
other guest.
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Mrs. Prank Klinowski
Vern Kinietz
Rosemxary Lawrence
Carlton Lindstrom
Harry Loikree
Jarmes C. Liebman
Joseph Leta, Jr.
Alan Loose

College of Litern~turr, Scince, and the Art::
All X's .and Inconmpletes must be made up) by Monday, March 9th. Un-
less an extension :ofA time has been granted by the Administrative B~oard, a
grade of (- 1 point) will be recorded.
tIlian A.linglies, A ssistant Riegist rar.
To AX1LFraterniity Pledges:#
The attention of all fraternity pledges who failed to mnake the scholastic
record last semester which entitles them to initiation into the fraternities
by which they are plediged is called to Section 2 of Article 5 of tihe By-Laws
of the Interfraternity Council. That section reads as follows: "Inl case
b~othl requirements for initiation as stated' in Se'ction 1 remain unfilled by a
pledgeman at the enid of the semester in which he was pledged, the require-
ment will be automatically raised so that he w~ill have to obtain (13) thirteen
hours of 'C' gradle or better in the succeeding semester, in order to be eligi-
ble for initiation. Failure to fulfill this requirement shall render his pledge
null and void. IHI cannot thereafter be repiedged to the same fraternity or
pledged to any other until after he shall have received in one semester in
this 'University fifteen (15) hours credit of at least 'C' grade,"
Thiomas F. Flske, Seery, interfraiteriiity Council.

Iativyer, andl president of the associa-
tioni sponsoring tile (confedecrate 1110111
oral on Stone Al ountain, iln Georgia.
is pr'essing charges against CG titIzon
Blorgluni, world famous sculp~tor,
wvho the association accuses of mal-
ciously destroying thle model and
plans of the memorial. Borglumn has
been dlismisedl as a res~ult of coi-
trioversy of long standing.
IWashington, 'March- 4.-Many spe-
cial trains brought governors, high
governmenat officials, and~ persons
from every state in the Union into
Washington early tis week for the
inaug ural ceremonies.
!iHotels at the Capitol adopted a rule
requiring that no reservations could
I be made for March 4 except for a
four-day period.
Ad 6t erhppnss h at'
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- Only high grade footwear. Come in, look them over--
It'll pay you.
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I ~4 Doors South of Liberty Street--On Main

Girls-
For evening dress
Silver or Gold
Pumps
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Our Tan Pumps and Ties, Suedes, Satins are real snappy
for spring street wear.

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dents who missed the final exantina- (
Lion will be given Friday, March G, 3-
d, IP. M., in Room 2209 A. 11.
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11:04-Prof. R. Algler speaks tosel
ior engineers in room 348, Engin-
eering building.
3 :001, Spanishi play rehearsal held in s
room 305, South Wing.!
3 :OOournal elub meets in room '106,
Library.
41:15--Conira~d MoIehiman speaks at
Lane hall.
5i:00~-congregationail choir holds re-
hearsal at' the church.
0:130--Varsity Glee cluh nicets at the
Union.
7 :00}-.Public speaking isseanbly -for
engineers in room 348,.NWest Engi-
neerinig building.
7 :14-- 1rof. R% L,3Masson spteaksoil
"Opportunities in tihe Finance
Field" in room 302, Union.
7:1'0-W. B. Stout speaks on "The
Construction of the All Metal Air-
plane" in N. S. auditorium.
7 :30-Gun, and Blade eltb mcets ins
room 302, Union.
7 :3(t-ClhrIstaan Science society meetis
at Lane hall.
8:04-GnStiivo )fllhiad lectures son
"Twenty Years in Costa Rtica" in
roon. 203, Tappan hall.
S :00-Students' recital given in the
recital hall of the School of Music.
FRIDAY.
3 :0-Spanish play rehearsal fheld in
the auditorium of Lane hall.
a;:00-Kappa Phi, holds initiation at
the Methodist church.
6:00-UnIversIty clubi)meets lin the;
Alumni Memorial hail.

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