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______THE MICHIGAN

fDAILY___

nFRIDAY, MARIT G, 92.1

DILY OFFICIAL: BULLETIN

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(Continued From Page Seven,)

Pasul Einstein

Etta M. Ferguson
Claude L.,~1fluney
John V. Fopeano
Guy: Freeborn
I ymau Freiberg
IRoy French:
E. "G. 'FSuller
Abe Gaines
Thomnaiw . Gerken
Gusta Golderg
Ralph RU; (fraichen
Wn. Xi. Grant
Jesaniine Gray (2)
1Arnold Green
Loin" A. Green
George .. F. Gruenbauer
A. E. (31urd
Robert F.. Hague
Mike ihalley
R. IH. Hamilton
M, I). Helwig
Oliver F. Heyden
William H. Higgins
Chas., Hiu
Iva Roseveer Hill
Alaron lodgson
Raymond Hoekstra
14. C: flo lman'
Joeepine ,Hoyt
Lo6uis" Hromadko
Jam~e : iughy
R. L. ,,Humbet
Robert Jamieson .'
Joseph Cainpau Jolseb.

Rtus fell T. Purnell
Harry. A. Rea
Ernest Rietz
George Rifkin
Edward J. Rommel
John Rosa
Merle Rotroff
N. Roy
Hernan I1). Scarnechia
Mattic ,Schumann
Bien W. Schwartz
Vernie Sharon
Harvey A. Simmnons
Ernest B. Skaggs
Leon B. Slatter
James W. Slovin
Elizabeth Stafford
Marguerite Steinfeld (2)
Pauline Summy
Clifford A. Swanson
Donnie Taylor
H. S. Taylor
Parker H1. Tilbe
Frank' M. Townsend.,Jr.
Clair :4an Patten
Maybelle Vreeland
Arthur C Warren
J. Beverly Watts
A. 0. Weller
George D. Wilnier
Clavert J. Winter (2)
Robert Woods
.y: Lela Wright

semester may take the make-up examination, Saturday, March 7, at 9 A. M.,
2031 Angell Hall.
J. S. Reeves.
J. It. Hayden.
dy (5clsesi Book lBediews will not mleet on Friday, March 6th. As-
signmints for Monday: The Contemporary. Critic; Tolstoi on Shakespeare.
11. S. Mallory.
Zoology i"3::(Heredity):
j (Correct or corrected answers to review (questions are posted in corridor
near ltoom ZI-2.34, Natural Science building, where members of the class
may consult them.t A. Franklin ShlI.
Athisoi Oratorical Contest
Orations for the Atkinson Memorial Contest must be0 submitted to the
Lot,;l (Contest Director by April 21. Orations will be 1850 words in length
<.11e may be on anly phase of the general subject, "Student Character, Moral
ani Spiritual for World Citizenship." Six contestants will he chosen to
comnpete in the final contest May 8. A first prize of fifty dollars and a gold
! medal will be awardled the winner with a twenty-five dollar award to the
cotetaStnts who places second~.
1V. C. Dixon, D~irector Local (Contests.

I illgil, 0.g.1n Recit al:
Th'le fol lowing programi will be given by P alincr Christ ian, Friday, Mlarch,
6i, at 4:15 P. Al. in B ill Aud itoriumi, compIlimnentary to the public: Fantasia
"nd Vogue in C minor (Bach); Air in D) (Bach) ; Minuet (lBoecherini) ; Grand
(floeur. Tepo~~1( di Mlinuetto (Guilmant) ; Nocturne, M~idsummernight's Dream.
(Mendelssohin) ; Spring Song (RIollins) ; Ave Maria (Bach-Gounod) ; Allegro,
1 Symphony G (Widor). ('larles 'A. Sink, Secretary.
There will b~e a meeting Saturday evening, March 7. 1'P25, at 7:30 P'. M.,
in the new Masonic Temple. The third dlegree will be conferred. A re-
hearsal of the craft team will b)e held at 2:00 P. M., Saturday afternoon in
the new Masonic 'Temple. Notice as to the Brighton trip wvill be given at
this meeting. The craft team pictures will be shown and orders taken at
this meeting. Arthur It. Turner, President.
University Club of Ann Arbor:
Club Night Friday, March 6, at 8:30. "A Few Immortals" by J. S.
Reeves; "Expeditions of the Museumi of Zoology" (illustrated with slides)
by A. G. Ruthiven.
Le ans Holbrook, Chiairimian, Programi Coinnilt tee.
There will be a special meeting of the Socledad Ihislpanica Fridlay after-
i 110o1 at 2 o'clock in Room 203 Tap~pan Hll for the purpose of (distributing
tickets for the play to the members. This is the last opportunity for mem-
bers to obtain their tickets and it is important that everyone either be
1reseilt or have a nother ineniber get his, ticket.
Mularshl. 1.Levy.

'..d f.OhgltytIe handled by the memlbers of thetflfl fplI~l Tlrn
casudrliledrhp . Sought By JPolice1 It is the pl irose of the course to
~I study the question from four angles
# in the first four lectures, accordig' IJRE ONORTHODONTIA
4 to Professor Slossan, namely, originll___
j. of Christianity, the Catholic church, {LDr. B. E. Lischer of St. Louis will
the reformation, and events since thedlieasresolctes nor
refomaton.thodontia here Monday, Tuesday, and
An effort wvill be made to trace Wensd' Thswlretescn
{ ~worthwhile features through the var-I series wvhich Dr. Liseher is giving at
:::uios periods of religious development, the 1n7 emstya vstn etrr
and in the final lecture to attempt the first having been delivered on tihe
to form an ethical system to meet the'sll ujcti eray
problems of the present and l immed- rlshewafrmlycnct
late_____future._____ ed with the Washington university
dental college of St. Louis. The Ice-
Paris, Mar. 5.-Dr. Serge Voronoff, turl e ill be openi only to Senilors
.~noted gland expert, is transferring; of the> dental school and to visiting
. ..... .: I his efforts from man to sheep, in an ! chO)lo~tists.
effort to grow more wvool to a givenI
t area of epidermis. tri(n, l ar. 5. - One thousand
I bs, tIled with asphyxiatingr gases,
j ~Don't delay-Pay your Subscription' have been found in the Blumtan1)ow-
today. der works.
E ~Gilbert's Chocolates
jWhile G utzon fBrglum is declarinig Fresh and Delicious
he 'will "'rot ini jail"' befo01e he will
coinpr'Gifise oil the issue rised by his Creams, Assorted Nuts
dismissal as construacting ar tist of tile
C Confederate memorial at Stone Mouei- Caramels, etc.
tain, Ga., local authorities are seek- A box of Gilbert's is always welcomed.
ing J. C. Tucker (above), superintend-
ent of Borglulin, lie is wanted on the
charge of- "malicious mischief,," 1)e
cause of the destruction of the mnodels
jand plans of the memorial, follow- I'r1i B1G N C
Ing Borgluum's dismissal.EB R A H & S N C . i
200-204 E. LIBERTY ST.
jSlosson To Lead__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Religious Talks ___________________
Unusually l~rge registration has D
been made for the discussion. class to ter -~ 4. ',
be lead by Prof. P. W. Slosson of the.-
history department uinder the auspic
fes of the Student Christian associa-{ ' .,
tion. The course will be given from
March 10) to April 7 in Lane hall au- di ori ni
Professor Stossc>n c coulrse will be
given every Tuesdu.y night for a per- 3r

College of ltmttfire, Secnce, and the Art::
All X's and 1eIncopletes must be madletup by Monday, March 9th. Un-
less an a tenglon of time has been granted by the Admiinistrative Board, a
grade of '(- 1 point) will. be recorded.
Ilifan A. Huglies, Asistant egistrar.
1faFlnate-+'ol of 14t.erature, Science, and thle Arts:
Thiern~ will be :amecting of the Staff on , +rilay, March G. in Room 3010
AngellIall at 4:00 .P. M, .Jo epliL. 3Mrkley.
Make-t- p cxamiuxation', fo'r thiose who issi~ed thme first semester final will
h~n ]1(ld $atutrdaSy morning, March 7, Roomn 207, Economics Building at 9
o'clock. It. x RodkeY.
A infke-uip ,exan ination in Phil. 31 Ill be given Monday, March 9, at
2:;30 R. M: in 106 M. 11. Win. 11, 1riap.
Plltleal Sci enve 31, M1ake-np F0111l;xniition :
'Tliume who were 'a bient from, the final exandia(ion in tis course last

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T~lhie Evol ut ionlof Christianlity". will
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WfHAT.S GOING ON
Noices 'O'n-Appear in this v ,1,mas office
to e ft in the 1o ttfe&'A'ofie I
pr'nde1d for tnat pirmise e for0e A4#j
&'Clock orecee-ltbr ile- (144~y of iAUe '
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:i---K.a S ,ledst4 Hispanica affieets.
3:()b-Spaaislt p lay roeprsal held Iii
thle auditorium of Lane 118.11.
4.D(1- 1.alleint ,IcN staff, C olle",e of ;
Llt,,rature, Stience, anal te Arts,!
moets In room 03010, Angcll hall.
4:1i -TwUgllt Og jt roeitul1 n ill 11
auditorium.._.
6: -1stppi PI h.iotl,uis Initiation sit.
the Methodi at church.1
7 :3.1-~pltia . 'R eets in Alpha liti I
room. AngeU hal.
$,,00--Nvurses hold card party .at the
S W--LT#1ireritTy club Meets ill " the
.luni Mepiboriah hall. I
SATURDAY
1 3t --Cue~regtonI1t >rnl>l~e meets In
churelt parlors.
tx-4aft tgain relterses in the near
MasoTile temple.:
> :30 -.Critsnien me~ts In the new sta-
sonic .Temple.I
. 'OTICE
The , lpnader will receive manuscripts {
for.tOle famliar essay contest, for'
which a.ten dollar prize is offered.
until March 10 at the Press build-
ing, when they will be forwarded
to, Christopher Morley, who is to ,
Judge them.. if manuscript is to 1e)l
returned-'self addressed, stammped {
envelope should be enclosed.
:tan Salvador, Mar. 5.-A dispatch
from 'Guatemlala amlnloliflcs the death t
there of Mrs. Arthur 11. Geissler, wife
of~ the, American minister to Guate-
ICaps and gowns for thfe scn- I'
j or -engineers should be ordered 1
1t~iis week at the Aloe Sport shop
1 iwhile't06 orders .for the canes
1sliouldl be placed with the Wag- '
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