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w~r)N~sDA. MA~h 1. 1J,

Publication in the Bulletin 18 constructive notice ve all nembers of
the University. Copy received by the~ Assistant to the F:sWdent until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. in. Saturday+
Volume IWEDNESD)AY, 3IARC1II18, 192) lumber 1124
31lfiubers of the Administrative Board, C'ollege of Literature, Scienice and
the Arts :
There will be a meeting of the Administrative Board on Thursday,
March 19, at 4 o'clock, in Dean Effinger's office.. 11. t umiphreys.
N~otice to all Members of the Ujniversity:
E Mail addressed as follows: "care of the University of Michigan" has
been delivered to the office of the Secretary, Robin 3, University Hall. It
will be held until March 24, ,and should be called for at once, giving date of
this publication, i. e. March 18. This list will not be reprinted. MAIL
Lee Albert Agnew, Jr. Emelie J. Oppenheini
Mary Allmnan Dorothy Ornstein
Edward B. Ornstein
Roberita Barclay WN. N. Ott

(Storm King Symphony) (Dickinson), Prelude to "La Damnoiselle clue"
(Debussy), Toccata "Thou art the Rock" (Mulet).
Charles A. Sink, Secretary.
AlIpiaOmega Alplia JLecture:
Dr. Wade. 11. Brown, of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research.
New York City, will lecture on "'Chemotherapy andl the 'Treatment of Syphi-
lis" at 8 o'clock, Thursday evening, March 19th, in the Natural Scincuc
Auditorium. The lecture will be illustrated with lantern slides. Seate
will be reserved for members ot the Washtenaw County and Jackson County
V'Medical Societies and for the medical and dental faculties. The lecture will
be of especial interest to medical and dental studlents, chemists, and pre-
medical students. All others interested are also invited. No admission
ticket will be required. Walter M. Simupson, Presidentl.
Senior' leclnankal and Electricali Engineers:
Tdr. M\'. 11. Boring of the General Electric Company, Schenectady, N. Y.
jwill be in Room 274 WVest Engineering Building on W'ednesday. March 18
and Thursday, March 19, for the purpose of hiring men for wvork on the
Ci aduate Student Course offered by his comzpany.
It. C. Anderson.

others. The average inen al zage, con- ''reIciu la al l (','11inu~td placed upon
101MEM CK 101IES sideiring 16 as the highest to which t hem.1
Ict most super~ior mindl can atta in. One of t he new baoilers developed'i
New Boiler ____unerieaco___
I NIL ICENC D A country, he stated. Urated1 capaityo ilole.Twsc
e j:xs Sixtee- eal~dityT oes Have aaa ac 7-ead
Iighest 31entaility t 'P o eS eesu IlvnMrh1i-Grrolial
;s.inhiicle ardo was officially p~roclaimned next
11 To ne boler nitswhih hae pesident and C'arlos de la. Rosa vice-
TwHnwbolrDnis pir a e rsident by the provincial election'
- l FO MA Y Y'.ARS been added to the power plant equip- commissions.
Sment are now in use, and according


James Beavis
I-orace F. Bieser
Harold H. Cluam
John S. Cogener
R. A. Cra gin
Edna Christensen
Margaret Geddcs
1=1. H. Graf ton
Carolyn Hughes

Millard H. Pryor
Mildred Radford


Omega Upsilon
Order of the Golf
Phi Alpha Tan
Tau Beta Pi
Tau Sigma Delta
Pi Upsilon Rho
Delta Sigma Rho
Phi Sigma Tau
Phi Sigma
Alpha Omega Alpha
Phi Lambda Upsilon

Clayton Kniek rbock br
Russell Lot'd
Miriam Lord;

Arthur Thiel
Bertha Marshall 1 Treasurer of the Junior Class
Virgil 'T:.'Moore
Samuel Wettlaufer
Cleo Nicolai
Robert Northrop' S. WV. Smith, Secret ary.
Combined, Curricula:
Application: for admission to the Combined Curricula (Medicine, Law,
Business Administration, Dentistry, and Nursing) are now being received
in tihe Registrar's Office. Inasmuch as the final date, April 20, falls in va-
cation- this yfw it is important that all applications be handed in, on the
official blanks, before the students leave for their vacations, April 10.
Lilllani A. Hughes, Assistant, Registrar.
Botnaal Seminar:
.Botanical Semxinar meets Wednesday, Mlarch 18, at 4:3,0 B17" N. S. Bldg.
Paper by C. H. Kaufkman-"The genus Flammula in Europe and North
America and the status of the American npecies." B. 11. D~av is.
Notice to Students of Engineering:
The Committee on Hours will permit no( course to lbe dropped without
record after the 6th week of school, or March 21st.
0. W(l. Boston, for Committee on Hours.
School of Education:
The conference of the graduate students of School of, Education will be
held in the Offices of the School of Education, Tappan Hall, Wednesday
evening, March 18th, at 7 P. M.
The staff and all graduate students in Education are expected to be
present. ..(Clifford Woody.
It. 0. T. C.:
Students carried on company rosters for Infantry Drill, first semester,
will be carried on same rosters this semester unless they have elected other
companies for drill this semester.
Advanced R. 0. T. C. students of Aeronautical Engineering who desire
to attend the Advanced Air Service Camp this summer wlll please meet me at
once. Wii. T. Carpenter.
Rhbetoric I1-Mr. Abbot:
Mr. Abbot's 9 A. M. section in Rhetoric II will meet Wednesdays in
Room 1025 Angell Hall. Waldo Abbot.
Twilight Org an Reital:
Thze following program will be offered Wednesday afternoon, March 18,
at 4:15 o'clock in Hill Auditorium by Palmer Christian, University Organist:
Allegro con fuoco (Ile Boeck), Benediction (Kars-Elert), Sportive Faues
(d'Antalffy), Legend and The Fountain (DeLamarter), Prelude and Fugue
in D major (Bach), Andante expressivo (Elgar), Beatitude (Bossi), Scherzo

Joseph 11. (Cannoni.
There will be a. meeting for elect~ion of lueln1)ers and officprs at 7:39,
on Wednesday, Mar'ch 18, in Room Z 242., N. S.
i Iiuber C. Kitster.
Hlnubers of the university of ll iehiigaiu laudm:
j There will be a, regular rehearsal of the hand tonight. at the Band head-
quarters, all members to be in their seats for R. C. at 7:10.
Robert T. Halsey, D. 31.
Lat Sociedad hhispanicaz :
The regular meeting of the Sociedad I-lispanica will be fheld this evening
at 7:30 in Room 304 Michigan Union. Marshall 11. Leey.
1.SNaaReevFoc:The regular weekly meeting of the University Unit will be held Wednes-
day. March 18th, at 7:30 11. M. in the Ut. 0. T. C. 1)rill Hall.
Lt. L. C. Lee ver.
Rounld-Up) Club:
T]here will be a meeting of the Rtound-U~p Club at the Union, Wednesday
night, March 18th,. at 7:30. Edw. B. hliedle.
Quairerdech Society:
There will be a. meeting of Quarterdeck at the Union, Wednesday, March
18th, at 7:00 P. M. 31. L. 1rd'and, Jr., Purser.,
Milita ry Bal('onunitlee:
I There will be a meetin g of the TMiltary 1Pall Committee Wednesday,
March 18, at 7: 15 P. M., Room 316 Michigan Union.I
1Iilo Uiphtant, Chain.
Freshmn uEng'inuering (lass:
The regular weekly assemboly will be held Wednesday, March 18, at
11:00 in Room 348 Engineering Building. Professor 1-I. C. Anderson will
speak to the class. J. C. Brier.
Don't Borrow-Subscribe. Today.
Dancing Tonight1
at Granger's

'Statements mde in the recentt
book by Prof. Godfrey 1.1. Thromson of
Armistrong college. England, that the;I
intelligence of humans reaches the
maximum a.t. the age of 16 years have
been generally accepted for many
years," declar d Prof. F. L. Dinunick,
of the p~sychology (departmnent, recent-
ly in commenting upon p~ress dis-
patches from London concerning this
I"It ha s been the usual p~resumption
that whatever intelligence is, it con-
tinues to increase up to the age of 16.
That is, meaning by intelligence a.
general capacity for adapting oneself
to new situations. Beyond the age of
16 there is an increase in information,
but by no tests that h'ave been devised
does there seem any increase in fun-
damental capacity."
Dr. Dimmick also pointed out that
in this case 16 is considered as the
Imental age, rather than the actual
age. It is this that is used in mak-
ing up intelligence tests based on age,
fsuch as the Alpha. army test and
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Order Invitations0
senior 'education commencement i
announcefients and invitations are to


Bargains in

be ordered this week. The last of they
individual ordlers V*ill be taken be-,
tween 1 and 4 today in Tappan hall.
The invitations fors this year are made
of decorated leather.
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strike in the Strasbourg schools todayI
resulted in. the absence of 860 stud-
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Not any old belt, but one to match the particular pailr of trousers with which
it is to be worn.

When you Open it
It's a Vitrla,
-although you can carry it like a suitcase
when closed.
You are clue for a bai" surprise when
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in the open.
Volume? Tone quality? The music
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reproduced, too !
Your picnics, your canoe-trips, your auto-
camping days will all be happier for having
Victrola No. 35 along.
Come ill for it today.
Tale it with you L if you Wish.j

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We are showing belts in every leather, both dark and
of all shades and patterns. In the new inlaid silk
adapted for wear with knickers and flannels.

light shades.
and leather

In silks
which is

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