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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAE IQTFRItDAY, MARCH 20, V)25

DAILY 0OFFICIAL BULLETIN'
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice tv all members of
the University. Copy received by thle Assistant to the President until
9:30 p. m. (11:39 a. m. Saturdayh
Volume 6 FRIDIAY, 3AIW'II 1.0, 1925 lumber 127
University Health Servie:
I will not be in my office on Friday, March 20th,
iflaa.rgaret Bell.
Notice to-till Members of the University :
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 26, and should be called for at once, giving date of
this publication, i. e. March 20. This list will not be reprinted. MAIL
SHOULD BE ADDRESSED TO STREET AND NUMBER.
Nelson F. Adams Thomas G. Gerken

i Senior )Mechanics!an td Electicnal Engineers:
Mr. Frederick A. Delay, of the Chicago Central Station Institute, Blu-
reCau of Education for the Commonwealth Edison Company, the Illinois
Northern Utilities Company, and the Associated Insult Companies, will he in
Rtoomu 274 W est Engineering Building on Friday, March 20, for the p)urpoSs
o1: emloying nmen for xwork in Ithis group) of comp~anies.
It. C. Aniderson.
Joseph 11. CannI~on.
History i6:
Naid-Semester :!larceh :21, 10 to 1.t. Sections with Slosson and Lovell in
Na.Sci. Auditorium. Sect ions with Dunham Angell B all 2:31; with Brown
in WTvest (Gallery Alumni Ball. Preston S$(Plln.
(kosin(> lliall Club:
Professor and M~rs C. 0. Davis, of 1030 Martin Place, are entertaining
Club members in their home Sunday afternoon. March 22, from 4 to G
o'clock, at an informal tea. Rensis Liked, President.
Craftsnen :
Tihere wil be a short business meeting Saturday evening. M\arch 21,
1925, at 7:30( P. M., at. the Masonic 'Temple. The craft t eam jpictur-es wil be
(listrlbutC(I at this mceetilig. Arthur R. 'ITurner, Pre&sidenlt.
1 1emblers of 11.1s les:
'There will be an important meeting of the entire club in the p~arlor of
1fabcur Gymnasium, Friday afternoon at 4:00

endeavoring to build1 up an efficient wh ih is sponsored by motor clulbs Slaces:hipping I'oar 1 c:EL; eisar
tourist service throughout the state. all over the United States. not (eiempt from tl cocntro cl of i lie
lWith the advent of a national Safety - Argentine courts by reas on (Jf their
N~eek in the near future, the local Buenos Aires, Mar. 19.-Federal status as the propt ,y of oe
club: will take part in the campaign Judge Escobar, has ruled that United state.

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ANNUAL CONCERT

University

of Mich igan

G. Burns
M. L. Byron

E. C. Carlson
Itutli.K. Y. Cheng
Harry, Conley

How~ard Jones
Vern Kinietz
Frank Nowald
Mary M. Peterson
Andlrew Sunfiteigen
Susie A. Watson
Pres. W. S. G. A.

Galee Club
DIRECTION THEODORE HARRISON
Thursday, March 26
8:15 P. M.
Hill Auditorium

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L. Dannecker

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To Explore Tomb

IRochard T. Ely
Melvin A. Freel
Woo Yi Fang

2.

Forestry Lectures:
Mr. Arthur Koehler, in charge of Office of Wood 'technology of the IT. S.
Forest Products Laboratory at Madison, Wisconsin, will deliver the follow-
ing lectures:-
"Improvements in Air Seasoning as a Result of Research," at 10:00
,A. M., Friday, Marche 20, in Room F213, Natural Science.
"Closer 'Forest Utilization, One of the Three Props of a Sound Forest
Policy," at 7:30 P. Mi., Friday, March 20, in Natural Science Auditorium.
Illustrated with ,moving pictures.
These lectures are open to the public. The one that is illustrated with
moving pictures is non-technical' and of general interest.
L. J. Young.
Rhio Ciii Prize:
All freshmen of the Pharmacy School who intend to compete for the
Rho Chi Scholastic Prize should hand their names to Secretary Clover, not
later than April 2. The conmpetitive examination will take place at 9 A. M.
April 4., in Room 300 Chemistry building. L. It. W1agener.
Scnior Electrical, Neciwulical and Civil Enigineers and Seniiors in Business
Adminlistration:
Representatives will be here from Monday, March 23, to Wednesday,
March 25, inclusive, to interview all students interested in discussing op-
portunities for employment in the Bell System (A. T. & T. Co., Western Elec-
tric Company, Bell Telephone Laboratories, and associated operating coin-
panics -of the Bell System.) Appointments for interviews may be0 made with
Mr. G. M. Bunting in Room 273 West Engineering Bldg., on Friday, March
20, and .Saturday, March 21.
Mr. J. T.4Sheafor, Asst. to the President of the Michigan Bell Telephone
Company, will give a talk at 7:15 P. M.14Friday, March 20, in Room 246 West
Engineering Bldg. for those interested in learning about the organization of

PRAC1TICE IMPROVES AIM
OFCERIFILE CLUB MEMBERS;
Praicde iring by member s of the
University Rifle club on the indoorj
range in the R. 0. T. C. lbuilding has
been going on at regular hours in the
afternoon andl evening, four (days a
week. Pistol practice has also startedl,
andi the club coaches, Captain Bricker
andl Captain Dunne, report a steady
increase in firing ability among the,
p~articip~ants.¢
Firing on the outdoor range will
not begin until the 'weather and1 dry-
ness of the ground permit. Calibre
.:30 army rifles will 1)e used on the
1 outdoor range, which lies between
1Packard andl South State streets
beyond the city limits.
Local Auto Clubs
IDisplays Photos
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Ticikets at
G raa hr 's
Sler's
irnivers iiy 31usic House,

Admission, 50 Cents

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The tomb discovered in Egypt by the 'L ree L
B~oston-Ha rvardi exp~edition and be-
lieved to (late back to the reign of Photographs of prominent Ann
Pharaoh Seneferu, or ab~out 3,000 B. Arbor b~usiness men, who form the ad-
C., has been closed, untouchedl, Pend- visory committee of the local b~ranch1
ing the arrival of Prof. George A. !of the Detroit Automobile club, have
Reisner, head of the expedition. Not been~ removedI from the motor show,U
until he arrives to take charge of the hl atweadaenx n(1
long, difficult work of removing the ( play in the Quarry drugstor e.
objets t cotais wil te ful 111- Officials of the club here stated that (U
o1)ct itconain wil te fll m thiey ar'e anxious to acquaint Ani
portnceof he liscver 1) knwn.Arbor mnotorists with the men who are

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the Bell System.
Electrical Engineers:
Mr. R. D.' Parker, of the A. T. & T., wi
Transmission of Pictures by Wire" urnd
the Natural Science Auditorium Friday
lecture is open to the public.
WHAT'S GOING ON
Notices to appear in this column miust
he left in the sox at the a~Iy office
prnvirded for 'nat purpose before 4
o'clock nreceeJisn t te day of issue. :
FRIDAY
10:00--Artliur lKoehler speaks on'
"Improvements in Air Seasoning as
a =Resplt of Research" in room Z-
213, Natural Science building.
I :30.5:40--An Arbor Art association
exhibit. in the Wuest Gallery, Alumni
Memorial hall.:
S:00 :VO-J a panese bazaar at Lane
hall.
4:00--Masques members meet ini the
payulor of Baribour gymnasium.
4 :1-11. D. Parker speaks on "The
Transmission of Pictures by Wire"
in Natural Science audlitorium.
7 -Th-J. T. Sheafor sneaks on "Thne
Organ ization of the Blell System" in
room 246, West Engineering build-
ing.
i' :30-Wesleyan guild p~arty at Wes..
ley hall.
7:390--Arthur Kioehler speaks on
"Closer Forest Utilization" in Nat-
ural Science auditorium.
8:15-l'Casties in Spaini presented at
the Whitney theater.
SATURDAY
140iO.00-Japanese bazaar mat Lane
hall.j
1 :341-Congreatiounal ramible starts
from church.
2.1 -"Castles In Spain" presented at
the Whitney theater.
7:30 --Craftsmen mecet at the 31asonic
temple. a .,.
C l.-"astles In Spain" p~resented at
the Whitney theater.
TeutnicTexts
Return To Favor
Consigned to the cellar during the
latter years of the war, more than
350 old German text bookas at a local
bookstore have lived up to the old
adage, "Keep a thing seven years
and you will find a use for it." Ger-
m-an translations of Tolstoi and Mae-
terlinck, science texts, geographies,
and just plain grammars, which
could scarcely be given away seven or
eight years ago, except to occasional
professors, because of the strong anti-t
German sentiment, are now making a
successful' post-war debut.
In the last ten years, books have

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