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'THEi MICHIGAN DAILY___

THIURSDiAY, MARM I12, 192,-

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by theo Assistant to th e e~ent until
8:30 R. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday,
Volume 5 T~IIURSIAY, -MARCH 12, 1925 tiumber 120

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Serenade (Sinding), Lotus Land (Scott), The Elf (P1hillipe) Lisla Critten-
den ; "Wayfarer's Night Song" (Martin), The Blind Ploughman (Clark)
'Lyman Bright; Minuetto and Rondlo (Beetho-Wen), Rena Paviti.
Charles A. Sink, Secretary.
I Members of Cite tniv ersily of ;Michiigan Bawl :
The hand will assemble at Yost field houLse at 7 o'clock tonight pre-
paratory for sounld off ii imediately thereaft er for the evening concert. Omit
English i;f'lp ritIi:
Thorn wxill be an 1EugIir ;h I Wiparnn( w t Iimcli 0' fn Tljuvf-,tky. March 12.
12:11), at the I'D1ionl. Louis 1. Bredvlv6d.

Notice to all Members of the Univhersity:
;' Mail addressed as follows: "care of the University of Michigan" has
been delivered to the office of the Secretary, Room 3, University Hall. It
will be held until March 17 and should be called for at once, giving dlate of
this publication, i. e. March 12. This list will not lbe rep~rinted. MAIL
SHOULD BE ADDRESSED TO STREET AND NUMBER.
Isabelle Ackerman ' John M. Haverty, Jr.
Clarence Archambeau Jean M. Hole

'Ti1ere will it aspecial meliwi-lng ,of I ie ?Can a nd
3:04 Un ion, -At 7 :30 P'. AM .lTurmldy, March :12, 1925.
social Ifuncltion are to 1leIeimtd .

Blade Club in Room
;Arrangemlents for a
11. F. cAtliiir.

Ch. L. Barry
Richard Bliton
James Thomas Bybee
C. 0. Carlson
Thos. Cavanaugh
Douglas Clephane
0. A. Colegrove
George W. Collins
Frank E. Curtis

Albert Marchwardt
M. McInnis
Fred Mock
D. D. Morford
D. H. Parker
E. R. Phelps
Players Club
Myrtle Sanzenbacker
Walter A. Terpenning
H. Douglas Wild
G. Wilson

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Geological Joiii'ial U. iii,:
The club. will meet in Room G1436-Nat ural Science at 7 :45 P. XL Thurs-
day, March 12, 1925.
Program: "A Report of the Progress en the Stratigraphy of the Region
Near -the U niversity o1' Michigan (Camp in Geology and Gleography at Alill
Springs, Kentucky."- Prof. IEhlers."
"Geology of Roscomuton and Alpena Counties, Michigan ."-Dr. v er
WiebeC.ll. L. 1Belknalp.
Senior i" lecricals :
Mr. Ward P. Davidson and Mlr. R. V. Rickeord of the Brooklyn Edison
Co. will be in Room 274, West Engineering building Thursdlay, March 12, for
the purpose of employing men for their company.
Joseph II. Cannon.

"Economic Chaos and the Way Out" FRIDAY ing, when they will be fo rwardled
in Natural Science auditorium. «30(:m)0%5:0-lr. ()'N. A. May lee. to Christopher Morley, who is to
4:15-.1. Hinier speaks in PThttengill tures to freshmen in Waterman gym- judge them. If manuscript Is to be
auditorium of Ann Arbor high nasium. returned a self addressed, stampeds
school. 3: 30-Auction of articles left fronm tihe; envelope should be enclosed.
4:15-MT. It. Lloyd etuesoin "A. C. Women's League bazaar in Barbour l
IGenerators and Synchronous Mot-I gymnasium. Kalamazoo, March 11.- Rigid in-
ors" n roo 1fl9 Er :()-Congreigtionai Student dance spection of all rooming houses occu-
ildn. ..Egiern in Nickels' Arcade hall. pied by men, as well as women, at
8 :04-Sir G. P'aish speaks on "Coop. Western State Normal school will be
4::0-It. on lecture(s on 11"The Forest, eration for Peace and Progress" atreuedbgnigwtth spring
as a Plant Community" in room -reure egnin ith the Women's City club. term this year, it was announced tow
214, Natural Science buildling. ; 8:0-"BOox Social" at First Pi'esby. day.
15 :(11--Congregatlonal c'hoir rehears. terian church.________________
--l attechrh A model of the American Radiator
4:00-1)r. G. A. )1a3' lectures t0 freshi. ITNOTICE' company's new building in New York
{men in Waterman gyasum.
7:00-Ban4 members assemble at Yost1 The Inlander will receive manuscripts' city will soon be sent to the architec.-
for the familiar essay contest, foir tural college. It is highly valued, as
rf;eld-huse. laecu mesi which a ten dollar prize is offered. there is no other model of the huge
room 304, Union. until March 15 at the Press build- structure.
7:45-Professor Elders and D)r. Ter ',1,0%I1II.'.. I,1..l~1l~ l".~I/..l/,?"/ .C'/ "
W iebe speak on geological subjectsr
building.
8:00-Play Production classes give"
p~lays in University hall.
8:00-Students' recital in the Recital
hall of the School of Music.,
S:04-J. Miner speaks ini Pattengill
auditorium of Ann Arbor high 'famed for
sch0-o. J. S. Beeves speaks onfrsn s"a us
"Hugo Grotius, Famous Dutch Pol-
itical Writer" in William L. Clem-
ents library. SP C A !
gKEPSILNGSHome-made 7lolasses Taffy 40C a lb.
tilion1-lions - -h oc a lb.
Just as long as we do your
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will have a smile on your NOT TO SPEAK OF
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1 Quick Service Good Work _ _ ____
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Wong Tsui Funlg

Ellen Groff

English Speaking Ui~uon :
Public lecture by Sir George Paish, Friday evening, March 13, at the
"Women's City Club, 2110 Park St., Detroit, at 8:00 o'clock. Subject: Co-
operation for Peace and Progress. F. F. Robbins.
Faculty, Coilege of Literature, Science, and the Arts :
Cards are being prepared, and will soon be distributed, for the report-
ing of absences under the plan recently adopted by the faculty.
'Meanwhile, instructors are requested to use the old blanks,, and to re-
port to my office, through the Dean's messenger service, students who have
been absent three consecutive times, and others whose absences have been
excessive. Dates should be given in each case.- W. R. Ituniphreys.
Forestry Lecture :
Mr. Raphael Zon, Director of the Lake States Forest E'xperiment Sta-
tioni, will give his lecture on The Forest as a Plant Community" on Thurs-
day, March 12, in Room F214. This is the lecture that was scheduled for
last Tuesdayr but bad to be' postponed. E~veryone interested is invited to
attend.' L. J. Young.
Lecture by Scott Nearing-.
The Round Table Club announces a public lecture by Dr. Scott Nearing
of New York City, formerly professor of economics in the University of
Pennsylvania and now lecturer in the Rand School for Social Research, on
the topic "Ecoiomlc Chaos and the" Way Out" Thursday afternoon at 4:15
in the Natural Science-Auditorium. There will he a small admission charged
to all those not members of the Club. John I[. Ellioll.
Senior ElectricalIs:
Mr. John A. Driy, '13 E, Supt. o6f the "Emerson Electric Mfg. Company,
St. Louis, Mo., will be in Roomi 274, West Engineering Building on Thurs-
day, March 12, and Friday, March 13, for the purpose of employing men for
work with his company after their graduation in June.
JFoseph II. Cannon.
Seniior Elect r cols & Mechanticals:
Mr. I. S. Coggeshall, General Inspector of the Western Union Trelegraph
Company accompanied by Mr. 11.Al. Case, 425F. will be in Room 273, West
Engineering Building Thursday, March 12, for the purpose5 of employing
men for work with their company. The requirement for consideration is
that the applicant shall have had some experience as a telegraph or wire-
less operator. Josep i I. Cannon.
Zooy3(Hrdt)Examination today (Thursday). Those assigned seats in Rows A to J,
inclusive, go to Natural Science auditorium; all others to West Gallery,
Alumni Memorial Hall. A. Franklin Shlil.
Electrical Engineers:
M. H. Lloyd, 251,, will read a General Electric Co. lecture given under
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. I
Senior women:r
Senior supper ticket -sale and Junior Girls Play ticket distribution to
seniors- -Thursday, March, 12, from 2:00 to 5:00 o'clock in University Hlall.
Edna Kadow, (Chairmimn. j
Play Production Plays, First Program:
The first program in the series of Play Production Plays will be given
tonight promptly at 8:00 o'clock in University Hlall. Three one-act plays
will be presented. Admission will be charged. It. ). T. Iiollister'.
Studlents' Recital:
The following program to which the public is invited will be given
Thursday evening, March 12, at 8:00 o'clock by students of the university
School of Music in the Recital Hall:
Prelude and Fugue in A flat mhjor (Bach), La Jongleuse (Moszkowsli)
Lucile Graham; Two Part Invention, 1E minor (Bach), Impromptu, A flat
(Schubert) John St. Peter; Mondenacht and Der Nussbaum (Schumann)
Willard Spanagel; Prelude and The Brook (Jack Conklin) Jack Conklin;

B1ASKETBALL FOR TONIGHT I
Class B: 7:15 o'clock-Phi Lamb-
da Kappa vs. Delta Tau Upsilon. E
Freshman groups: 7 :15 o'clock--
Group 5 vs. Group 3.

Stern, S. Shepard, M. Goidhorner, J.
Kruger, Jacob, J. Rigelhiaupt, I. Olian.
WHAT'S GOING ON
Notices to appear in this column must
be left in the box at the Daliy office
provided for 'nat purpose before 4
o'clock preceedixig the day of issue.
THURSDAY

Interclass : 7:15 o'clock-School of; 12:00-Enghisli department have luuu.
Education vs. Junior Engineers. cheon at the Union.
3:00-4 :00-Dr. G. A. Ilay lectures to
GROI P BASKETBALLi freshmen' in Waterman gymnasium.
The freshman group prelimn ary 1 4:00-11. F. Pattersonu lectures oni
league winners were Group , nd "1'uretiere et le 'Roman Bougeois"
Group 3. The champions of this( in room 203, Tappan hall.
tournament will be (decidedl toniiht ,It :lc1)r"Scott Neairing speaks con
7:15 o'clock, when these two tI (alli
wxill meet in the final game. =-'lI~llIiittiIlhI1UhiilllIIIIIIIIhIIIIItIL
VOLLEY BALL COPPER, SILVER,
The schedlule for inter-fraternity : NICKEL PJLAI l iG'
volley }ball tonight is as folaws : 7 doe!n orho
o'clock -- Gamma Sigma vs. AlphaCon in ursp
Kappa Lambda, Delta chi ,,s. I'Mi Sig;- = P rSGround and
ma ella. 7:45 o'clock--Sigma Phi = -
vs. Phi I, Delta Tan Upsilon vs. Phi= Honed.]
Be elta. 8:30 o'clock-Theta 1D-e-l
to Chi vs. Tau Epsilon Phi, Phi Lambh- .afety Razor
da Kappa vs. Hermitage.= BladesShredr
The following men should report at HOSPI~TT1AL
Wtragynsu myaeon!=af er 3 o'clock this week, to play oft E f
the final rounid of the all-camipus fol U 7
shooting tournament.'This roundl must.i S16... Washingt o.
be played not later than Friday,arch IE 2Tel6phonWashingto
14: 1?. Weiss, J. Freedman, .1. lkin, "eehne26-
J. Saw, . Do rge .('lithW. )~DIVCtil it hDtllltltltf11I1

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