D Ai[LY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to th. President until
8:30 p.,,m. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday.
.Volume 6S iV4E1NESDAY, lMARICHI11, 192) Numbel~r I119
To the Deans:
There will be a Conference of the Deans on Wednesday, March 11, at 10
o'clock in the President's office. A. H. Lloyd.
Notice to all Members of the University:
* Mail addressed'as follows: "care or the University of Michigan" has
'been delivered to the office of the Secretary, Room 3, University Hall. It
will be held until March 16 and should be called for at once, giving date of
this publication, f. e March 11. This list will not be reprinted. MAIL
SHOULD BE ADDRESSED TO STREET AND NUMBER.
Mary Atherton (2) Derek Van Osenbruggen
Larkin Bailey George Rich
John Burrows Nell Royer
'Victoriao D. Carpio Jane Skllen
Ruth K. Y. Cheng (2) M. A. Swan
Benny Freidman Tau Beta Pi Secretary
Elizabeth Van Valkenbergh
Alan Loose Frank Whitehouse
Grace E. Manson Geo. A. Wilson
J. C. Maxtel LeRoy Wilson
David E. MElven Luella Wilson
Harry A. Mitchell Marion Olive Wood
Action of Administrative Board:
The Administrative Board of the College of Literature, Science, and the
Arts has voted to suspend for the current semester Mr. G. G. Thorne, Jr.
for dishonesty in the final examination In English 45; and Mr. Harry Ra-
binowitz for dishonesty in a written quiz in Geology 1.
The fifth freshmen lecture in Hygiene for men, will be given in Water-
man Gymnasium, Thursday and Friday, March 12 and 1, at 3-4 and 5 P. M.
Geo. A. May.
Sumter Session :
The Complete Announcement of the Summer. Session may be obtained
beginning today in the offices of the Summer Session and of the Registrar,
and beginning Friday, March 13, in the registration offices of the various
Schools and Colleges. T. E. Rankin.
"Traffic Engineering" will be the sulbjet of a lecture by Mr. 11. W.
Benedict, General Traffic Superintendent of the Michigan Bell Telephone
Company, to be delivered Wednesday, March 11, at eleven o'clock in Room
248 Wet Engineering Building. This is the third of the series by officials
of the Michigan Bell Telephone Company, delivered in connection with the
course in Principles of Communication. The duty of the Traffic Depart-
ment is to furnish service to subscribers, and the human element and
engineering problems involved will be discussed. All interested are ivitedl
to attend. 11. L. Eerit.
Senilors, School of Education:
There will be a meeting of the Seniors of the School of Education hi
room 203 Tappan H-all at 5 o'clock, Wednesday, March 11. Matters pertain-
ing to the Party and the Michigan Alumnus will be considered.
11. LH. Strong, President.
M. 11. Lloyd, 25E, will read a General Electric Co. lecture given uinder
the auspices of the A. I. E. E. on "A. C. Generators and Synchronous Mo-
tors" in Room 1042 East Engineering Bldg., Thursday, March 12, at 4:15
P. M. The lecture will be illustrated with 69 slides.
J. B. Johnson.
Senior Mechanical anid Electrical Engineers:
Mr. C. S. Coler and Mr. G. M. Eaton, o the Westinghouse Electric &+
Mfg. Company, will be here on March 16 and 17 for the purpose o employ-
ing men for their graduate engineer course. In order that those interested
might be further informed regarding the nature of the work the Westing-
house Company has sent Mr. E. L. Emens, '24E, here to tell abotit his ex-j
periences on this course during the past year and to schedule interviews
for those who wish to talk to Messrs. Coler and Eaton next week. Mr.
Emens will be in Room 244 West Engineering Building every day this week.
Hf. C. Anderson.
Joseph H. Cano. .
Instructors of Freshmni Engieers:
Please fill out the mentor cards which have been sent to you and return
them at once'to the Assistant Dean's office. J. C. Brier. j
The regular weekly assembly will be held Wednesday, March 11, in
Room 348 Engineering Building at 11 :00. Professor 11. C. Anderson will
talk to the class. J. C. Brier.
The Saturday luncheon of the Cosmopolitan Club will lbe held in ae
Hall Inn on Saturday, March 14th, at 12 o'clock. If you plan to attend,
notify J. J Schwartz, 2100 M. before Thursday night.
Beginning with Thursday, March 12, this class hereafter ill meet in
Room 1035 of the New Literary College Building.
O)rlanido W Stephenson.
Freneh 20*2, 201, and Ilalian 1M.;
I will niot beC able to meeit my cla ses today Wetlne" day)
John lV. RI nhard,
1ilosophy, Bourse 37 (11istory of Ph ilosophyv of I1eligioin):
A. make-up examination willI be held on Friday, March 13t1, at 13:} P. M\.
in Room 106, M~ason hall. .11. 31. ii'enley.
I Seifor loitii:
Senior supper tickewt isale.,anid .Junfior i ls FlayPh 1ichet distribution toj
seniors--Thursday, March 12, from 2:4(JOtot. 5:04 o'clock in University Hall.
Eilitaat1 ido, (haairnaa.
)fleinbaers of 'the F 3riy f1 ic Iiiga iBand:
The band wvill play from 7:00 to 9:00 tonight at the opening of the Au0o-
miobile show in Yost field house. The individual memnbers must he ready to
siound off at 7:40 o'clock sharp. Omit capes. Arrang;ements have been made
to care for instruments at the field house during the four days which the
show is to run. Absences will be checked. Robert; T. Halsey, 1). HI._
Scabbard and Blade Fraiter iiily :
The regular monthly smoker of, the Scabbard and Blade will be heldI
at the Michigan Union, Wednesday evening at 7:15 P. M. Captain William
C. Loulselle, assistant professor of Military Science antd Tactics will speak
on 'Tanks' and the part they play in modern warfare. Because of Captain
Louiselle's wide experience during the late war, and his knowledge of the
most recent developments in that ield,the lecture will prove both interest-
ing as well as instructive. Discussion, refreshments, and a short business
meeting will complete the evening's program. All students and faculty
interested are very welcome to attend. Mil1ton Ml. IHaddin.
Military Ball Comimittee:
'There will be a meeting of thelvMilit ary Ball Committee in Rhoom 306
Michigan Union at 7:15 P. M. March 11th. _ 31l10 O~phant.
' ercde Francaise Lecture:
The fourth lecture on the Cercle Francaise series will be given Thurs-
day at 4:00 o'clock, Room 203 Tap pan Hall, by Mr. Warner F. Patterson,I
instructor in the Department of Romance ILanguages. Subj ect-"Furetiere
et le Roman Blourgeois'." The lecture wvill be in French. Admission byf
ticket. Robert V. Fiuiicy, Director. j
U. 5.-lavaal Veserne Force:1
The regular weekly meeting of the University Unit will be held Wednes-1
dlay, March 11th, at 7: 30 P. M. in the 11. 0. T. C. Drill Hall.
Lt. L. C. Leei-er.
1021 Educat ion :
There w~ill be an important meeting of the Junior Education Class Wedl-
nesday at 5:00 P. M. in Room 205 T1. :II.
G~eerge 1. H acker, President.
D~r. Randolph G. Adams. custodhian of William L. Clement's Library,
will address the Republican Club at 7:30 o'clock tonight in Room 304 of the
Union. The subject of his lecture will be "Tihe Foreign Policy of the Re-
publican Party." Anyone interested i - invited to attend.
Ha~rold . A. harks.
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to appear in this columrn "ust
in the box at the IDafy office
Ifor 'nat purpose before 4
P ecceclinr, te day of issue.
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The FOUNTAIN PEN INK for ALL PENS
11 aft}--lI. I1. Benedicet lecture'(s oil
"Traffic: Engineering" in room 248.
West Engin eering building.
ii :1O-Prof. It. (C. Andtersoni speah's
Ito freshmen engineers in room 348,
4:15--Dr. C. Beniedicks speaks in room
1042, East Engineering building.
1,:1,--Miss If. Porter speaks la room
j1009, Angell1 hall.
4 :15--L. S. Baisdell speaks on "The
Va~hlity. of Crystal Determinations''
in room 1041, new Physics building.I
S :10--Jn nior educamt ion cia ss meets 111j
room 205, Ta~plan hall.
5 :00-Seniors it School of Education
meet in room 203, Tappan Bail. I
7 :00-Evaniigel ical Stutdent club mieets
at Lane hall.
7: 15-Scabbard and Blade smnoker' at
7:5341tr Ball coIImittee meets
in room 306, Union.
7:30-U. S. Naval Reserve Force
Imeets in R. 0. T. C. drill hall.
17:0-D. It. tG. Adams lectures ont
Trhle Foreign Policy of the Repub-
lican Party" in room 304, Union.
7 :-15-Freshnen Glee club tryouts !in
room 808, Union.
7 :45-Deffolay meets at Harris hll.
S :00--GAradumte English cluib meets ]in
room 302, Union.
I 8:00- Ill Lambda Theta meets at!
11S:15-Spanishi play Ipresed t Su 8r.
ah Caswell Angell hail.
3:1;1--S. fNearliig slwaks on "[Idus-
trial Chaos" in N. S. auditorium.
3:00-4:00-lDr. G. A. Mtay lectures to!
freshmen in Waterman gymnasium.I
4 :00-W. F. Patterson lec'tures on
"Furetiere et le 'Roman Bougeois"
in room 203, Tappan hall.
d4:15-Jt. IH. Lloyd lectures on "A. C.
Generators and Synchronous Mot-
ors" in room 1042, Eabt Engineering
5 :00k-Cong'egatiomial choir rehears-
al at the church.
j ':00-1)r. (G. A. M1ay lectures to fresh.
men in Waterman gymansium.
The Inmlander will receive manuscripts
for the familiar essay contest, for
which a ten dollar prize is offered.
until March 15 at the Press build -
ing, when they will be forwarded
to Christophier Morley, who is to
Judge them. If manuscript is to bet
returnedl a. stlf addressed, stamped'
envelope should 1)e enclosed.
You H it th'e
When you comle here for your
meals. We have the food imade
In "1the (differ'ent way:'
Our regul~ar breakfasts, diii-
ners and suppers mike It a
pleasure for you to dine (out.
We have the coldl dishes ni
salads that you wrant for thme
ii arm ii esther.
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( OPEN LECTURE SERIES
Vocational Guidance lectures
will begin at 4:15 o'clock Wed-
nesday afternoon March 11. Miss
Marjorie Porter, a member of
the staff of the Detroit News,
will talk, about "Newspaper
Work for Women." Miss Por-
ter will speak in room 1009 An-
gel hall. The other talk for
that same afternoon will be giv-
en by Prof. Emil Lorch, dean of
the school of Architecture. Pro-
fessor Lorch will discuss "Dec-
orative Design as a Field for
Women.", This talk will be giv-
at Betsy Barbour house.
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