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PAGE EIGHT,

_____THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY. MARCH 8, 1925

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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 PF ea.dent until
8:30 p. im. (11:30 a. mn. Saturda r
Volume S SUINDAY, MARCH 8, 1i92i Tuier 117
To the Oean ls:
"There will be a Conference of the Deans on Wednesday, March 11, at 10)
o'clock in the President's office. A. It. Lloyd.
xotlee to all mlembers of the U~niversity :
Mail addresseds as follows, "care or University of M\ichigan," office of
the Secretary, Room 3, University Hall. It will be held until March,13, and
should be called for at once, giving date of this publication, i. e., Mlarch 8.
This list will not. be reprinted.
Isabelle Ackerm~an Bob Lowman

Physic; olloiun:_
The I 'hysjcs Collquium, will meet at 4:15 P'. 1M. Tuesday, Ma rch 10. in
Room 1041 New Physics Buildinug. Mr. L. S. Rtamsdell will speak on ''The
VaIlidity ot\Crystal Determinaions." All in terestedI are invited( to attend(.
Adlclphi:
The A del phi freshimamiitcami will beC hosen 1'FUcs(lay, Mla rc 10. in reg-
ulIar session. All fresh man are cx l)cted 1to have a live minute speech on any
issue of 5ubJect for debateI. F1'. C. IDixeu.
11.athIeiuiatical(Clb:
Regular meeting willI be held ini Room ;00,., Ang ell I [al. on ''lluesday.
Afar h 10, at 8 P. M. Dr. James A. Shothat wvill present "General P1ronewrIies~

JUDGE SAYS TOWN MUST
D ISAPPEAR IN 50 DAYS
Cheyenne.lil Mar. 7.-1The town I of La-;
aboye was literally wil)ed off the meap
of Wyoming today and its 1,500 resi-
dentis de-)rived of their homes by a
ruling of Federal Judge T. Blake
l Kennedy who orderedl that the entirel
villa- eandits nonutlae musit 1beimov-

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NewellBea.
Margreta Burr
Reginald Chapman
Iva Chichestemu
L. M. Crosby

John D. Malnight
E. H. Nelson
Alfred Povak
E. L. Rancourt
Margaret Steckert
Robert Varnum
Dorrance S. White

Frank Deane

Andrews Edwards
Thomas G. Gerken

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Ferry Hayden

Ulr~e Ity Woine -]-Rouse Presidents:
Signink-out-allps for the mouth of February are due immediately in the
office of the Dean 'of Women.
Jean Hlailton, Dean oif !Women.
Freshmian Glis' Pageon-t:
The second''Ma+ss, Meeting to consider plans for the Freshman Girls'
Pageant will be held in Ujnjversity Hall, Tuesday, March 10th, at :5:00"o'clock.
Pageant committees will be announced at this time.
-Jean Hlamiltonu,IDean of Women.
University Lechi :
Dr. Carl lBeneilicks, Director of the Metallographic Institute of Stock-
hohi" S*wen, ,will speak Tuesday. March 10, and Wednesday, M\arch 11, at
4: 15 P. X. in. Room 1Q42 lEAst Engineering Building. His subjects will be: i
Tuesday-"Sore Points of View on the Kinetic Constitution of Solid
Matter."
Wednesday,"On the Theory of High Speed Steel."
The public is invited. A. E. White.
The fifth freshmen lecture in hygiene for men, will be given in Water-
man Glyipnasium ,Thursday and Friday, March 12 and 13, at 3-4 and 5 P. M.
x Geo. A. M, .
Seiilr--SchoI ofJE ducaioit
Your class .dues are now payable to the class treasurer, George 11.
Baker, 419 N. Ingalls ',St.,' Ann Arbor, Mich. Dues for the senior year are
$3.50 and for the junlor ~roar $1.00. Both must be paid before diplomas are
given out. Mail your" check to the 'treasurer and a receipt for the same will
be maile4 you._ George 11. Baker.
Zeeture.Rlcltal on, Indian:, htus~e
Charles<.anford.Skilton, Conpoier, assisted by Edward F. Kurtz, Violin-
We, will appear -as .guest recitalist lin the Faculty Concert Series this after-
noon =at 4:15, o'clock' in Hill Auditorium. The following progranm will be
offered:
For Piano: From an Indian Lodge (MacDowell), An Indian Idyl (Mae-
Dowell),The Chattering Squaw.(Loomis); Kickapoo Social Dance (Skilton).
Deer Dance (Skilton-Preyer), War Dance (Skilton-Preyer), Violin and
Piano: Two sketches (Lieurance), Song of the Canon (Cadnman), To the
Warriors (Burleigh), Sun Dance (Burleigh). Chicken Dance (Susan D~yer),
Sioux Flute Serenade (Skilton), Shawnee Indian Hunting Dance (Skilton).
Charles A. Sink, Secretary.
PATRONIZE DAILY ADVERTISERS PATROIZE DAILY ADVERTISE~RS

and Applications of Orthogonal (T ehehychieff) P'olynomials." All p('isoflS ed in order to make a clear path forI
interestedl are invited to at tend the inectings of the Club, a giant of industry-petroleum.
- 41. 1i-. Peuton,Sece.! Public buildings, business houses,
CercleFracai: !homes,-everything -- must go, for
eriFrieis:Judge Kenne~dy~ decreed that the Ohioarie ths ek
('ercie iDieeting Tuesday evening, 7:00 o'cloclk ,1.,M. Cercle toom,i Oil company, which leased the landarie thsw k
9.2SW. IDues payable at this time. Chais. I. (uauings, I'ies. on which the town is located from the
government for oil development is en-
! GOING ~I onohlun. March 7.-The territorial titled to full possession within 60, {j
ON snateadoped aconcrren reslu days from today. On April 21. 1924.M s .V.ller
WH11ATI'S G0INGO ent dpe, onurn eou
ihe held that the town had been es-1.''s I .71erc
lion askling Congress to repcal thattblsecwihulgabsibtdd
Notces to appear in this column miust tbihdwtotlglbssbtdd98Cuc t htB f
he left in the box at the Ia'Ily officei sect ion or the territorys organic act not providIe for enforcement of a re- 92Lhrc+t hoe35
or'cldorcka uros efre4 forbidd(ing bosing inI the islands. moval order.
SUND)AY
112:00-st udent Bible classes, Wesley ______
ha il,.
123:00--Discuss~ion clas'ses, Pre"shicr-1
ian church.Ye r
-I:b5-Facly eulyConc~ert recital tin 11ii-1lve ty se en=
auditorium.se en Yeas2
15:30-social flour at Presbyterian I_
church. i 11111I1111N 11111p 11lilll111 1111U 1i11111-111111~ il~ll,
5:30Cngegtonlstudent supper satisfactory Service--
6 :004-Wesleyangulil eet lug, IWesley AAr ors:
hall . Annl rbo's aster
6 :00-Suntday suipper, Itarris lu-l!-
Speaker, Frederic La uderlburn.
Perry H-aydlen, Presbyterian church.I= -
S6:00-3[otionlpictur'e service, (otigre. _-
gational church. TomsMeighart-
in a "Prince There Was." _ 2
rui sI)- -
.1:15-.Carl Benedieks 1fet ures In- z
room 1042 East Engineering build'-
1:15- Physics colloquium meetsilli- '2
room 1041, new Physics s building..c-veXr1
7 :OQ---C'erce le FI*a ca is iiieels 1 1 I d V U
I 3:00--Mathematical clubInCM sllin=I_--
room 3003. Angell hall. a 5,0-
212 $50, OO dea?
I'il~e 1I11lamder will receive nuanmscrips 2-i.!
for the famiiliar essay contest, for I^
wh ichi a ten (dolla r prize is offtled. -mmILoro5na )ft e t
until Mlarch 10 at. the Press build- Phon 13.-
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