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Publication ibln the Bulletin is constructive notice tos all members of
the University. Copy received by tho Assistant to th. P.zeti'dent until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday,
Volume 6 THIURLSDAY, MARCHII:'G, 1925) Numnber 132

C'ontlrlibutors to the Ilnder:
Hereafter all mfanusc:rip~t which is to be' read before t he group must. be
left in advance at the Rhletoric office, Room 3222. Angell Hall. The next
jmeet lug will be held Tuesday, M~arch 31 st, 7:30 1'.M, at Mr. Cowden'::
home, 1016 Olivia. 1lanuscript to be read at that time must. be in the
Rhetoric office Monday, March 30t1, at 3 o'clock. T.Ihe Editors.
Senior Woini:
The tax of 50c for the Senior Girls' Play will be collected from 1 to 4
o'clock today in University Hall. This must be paid before tryouts can 1)0
held for play or atten(Iance at Senior b~reakfast.
Senior IEdiiatioii Men:
Orders have been coming in very slowly for Senior canes. WVil those
who expect to carry canes please order them as soon as possible at WVagner
and Company so that the order might he sent in.

Hobbs an(d Rev. Leyton Richards on
S"WXar and P~eace."
1 8:00---Prof. L. C. liarjiinslii lectures
on "'Mappimng the G reat Lakes," inl
the Natural Sciencee auditorium.
8: 5-nliertyGlee club g ive's(cOn-
ccert in 11i11 audit orium.
11 :00J-Inugineeiiigstuidents and fac-
ul ty mfeet' in g eneral assemblly in ,
Hill auditorium.
:1 0~- :")- :0 Si~ fi'eslumm lec-
ture in Hygiene for men given in


Waterman gyminasium. InTquIiries have come to T. llaw~ley
, :15 -Sir George 1Paish speaks on hti n'1I,, secetiary of the "'11"
''The 'World Economic andl Fiflan- XtlO t imnagers' club, fromu the Uini-
Icial Situation," in the Natural Sci- ver i' l of Minneso(lt and thle ('ifv Cl-
!once audtorium. Ilc,- of Dotf roil, in rega rd to the organ1-
I 1v) - .101111Lewis GilIliiletiii'es on' Irat uin ofthat club. It is proposed to
''Social Factors in the Origin aid s'tarit orgaiz vations5 of a simil iar kind
Development of Early Christianity,". at those institutions.
in Lane hall.
________________________Chicago, March 25.-Thre three heir-s
to the estate of Mrs. Nettie Foyler
Chicago, March 25.-A gift of t> McCormick, widowv of Cyrus 11. Mc-
000,000 by Julius Rosenwald to the {omlms a oteSaeo
Ctxilmspa toteSaeoUniversity of Chicago dievelopment
fund was announced last night. Illinois a state inheritance tax of

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Notice to all lienibers of the Unfiversity:
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 April 1, and should be called for at once, giving (late of
this publication, i. e. March 26. This list will not be reprinted. MAIL
John Edw. Anderson Nelson Labadie
Harriet B. Levy
E. Barnes W. H-. Loamis
Paul D. Bromberg Wilmoth Luppol d

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Rh~o Chli Prize:

iusso! PL . Isrujimmuugi.

Mliss Boise
Miss Codey
Comedy Club
George C. Cone
Carlton Currie~
C. Dcisn
Woo YI, Fang....
Miss Heist
Charles Higley

Jas P. Rowe
Edwin R. Scarboro
Esther Smith
Herbert Steger
A. F. Swenson
Mary Louisa Taylor
Laverne Waltman
Leon! Whitcomb
G. Wilson

To Studenits 'Contemnating Summer Study in French Universiies:
Eight provincial universities in various parts of France offer summer
courses and thley are 'also offered by the University of Paris. Catalogs and
detailed' infor~mation concerning the organization of summer work may be
obtained' by writing to Dr. J. J. Champenois, 1819 Broadway, Room 902, New
York City. Jolni R. Effinger.
Engineering iltP,
.On Friday,"Mauich 27th, 1925, all classes will be dismissed promptly at
10:50 A. M. in ord~r that the students and faculty may attend the "General
Assembly" in Hill Auditorium. Exercises in Hill Auditorium start at 11:00
A. M. You are especially' urged to be present on this occasion. Faculty
members will find seats on stage. X. E. Cooley, Deani.
Enginieerinig Students:
All classes will be dismissed at 10:50. A. M., on Friday, March 27. 1925,
in order that the faculty and studentt may attend the "General Assembly"
held in Hill Auditorium. Exercises are to start promptly at 11:00 A. M.
All Engineering students are requested to be present. Students will be
seated according to classes. '.1. E. Coo;;ey, D~ean
English 145:
This. course will not meet -today. Assignment for next meeting, the
Book of Daniel. W. R. Humnphreys.
Stagecrafit, Acting Art, and Play Production Classes:
All books belonging to the. Play Production Collection must be turned
in by Saturday morning to Professor Hollister's office.
It. I). r'1'.IHollister.
Engineering Students:
At the "General Assembly" of the Engineering students in Bill Audi-
torium, on Friday, March 27th, at 11:00 A. M. the following seating ar-
rangement has been provided. Students will be seated according to classes
as follows:-
Senior Engineers-Section 3, first twenty rows, lower floor.
Junior Engineers-Section 2, first twenty-five rows, lowver floor.
Sophomore Engineers-Section 4, first twenty-five rows, lower floor.
Freshmen Engineers-Section 3, i-i rear of Senior Engineers.
"All Out" and find your seats promptly.
C. E:. Wilson, Chairman i M.entor Committee.
There will be a lecture in Room 319 of the Union at 7:30 tonight by A. 1.
Snyder, Chief .Engineer, Detroit City Gas Company, on the subject: "The
Gas Industry-A Growing Field for Men with Executive Ability." Smokes.
Refreshments. Business Administration Faculty and students invited, as
well as all Chemical Engineering students. Edlmund E. IDay.
The final lecture for 1924-1925 of the combined course given by tie
Sigmia Xi and the Junior Research Societies will be given in the Natural
Science auditorium Thursday evening, March 26th, at 8 o'clock.
Professor Louis C. Karpinski of the Department of Mathematics will
give an illustrated lecture upon "Mapping the Great Lakes.". The material
for the illustrations will be drawn from the valuable collection In the Cle-
ments library and from Dr. Karpinski's own collection.
The general public is invited to attend this lecture.
Ml-died Scott WVajihin, President, Siguin X.
House Presidents:
The regular meeting of the Board of Representatives will be postponed
until Saturday, April 4th, at 10:00 o'clock.
Dorothy NeFarlen, Vice. President, Womren's League.
Foreigni Students
The annuial ',j~lring Trip during the week or Spring Vacation (April 13,
Monday, to' Api'Hlu4'8, Saturday) through five Michigan cities will again oc-
cur this April. Industries and colleges and municip~al institutions will b)e
inspected under most favorable. auspices. Entertainment will be pr1ovidedl in
American honmes. 'Cities visited are Battle Creek, Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids.
Lansing, and~lint. Total expenses will be under $15.00. Detailed informp-
tion is available from Professor J. A. C. Hildner (room 302 University H~all,
in afternoon' or from Carlton WVells (room 3224 Angell Hall).
A siimila 'tomP, over a somewhat different itinerary is b~eing arranged for
the women through Miss Mary H-. Ross, Newberry Hall, telephone 937W.
Carltoni F. Wells, Faculty Manager in charge.

All freshmiien of the Pharmacy School Who intend to compete for the
Rho Chi Scholastic Prize should hand their names to Secretary Glover, not
later than April 2. The competitive examination will take place at 9 A. M.
April 4, in Room 800 Chemistry Building. L. 1R. Wagener.
S. C'. A. C'abiniet:
Regular cabinet meeting today at Lane I-all fronm 5:'30 to 7:00.
('1iales . HleIy, See.
No Rehearsal oni Thursday, March 21,
Earl 11. Moore, Conductor.
'There will be a concert of the University of Michigan Glee Club tonight
at 8:15 in Hill Auditorium. Carl 13. Seboonmaker.
Mlembers of tihe University of Vilchigan Band:
'There wvill be a rehearsal tonight at 7:10 at the Band Headquarters,
Riobert V. Halsey.
Geological and Geograpiic.-I' Join.rind Club:
The club will not meet this week. The program which was arranged
for 'Thursday, March 21th, will be given on Tuesday, March 31st.
11. 1. Belknuap.
Sophommor'e Engineers:
There will be a meeting of all Sophomor'e Engineers at 8 o'clock tonight
in the Union. H. It. Bell, President.


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Notices to appear in this column must
he left in the box at the Daly office
provided for at purpose hefore 4
o'lc reetig he day o su
3:00- 1:(04 :00-SIxth freslimanilec-
ture in H-ygiene for men given in
Waterman gymnasium.
4:00--31ichnel S. Pmrgmneut led ires
in french on "Anatole France," inI
the West Physics lecture roo.
4:1 I--Johm Lewis (Allinledtures 0on1
''"The Origin of Religion," in Lane
t-P,Lrof. Charles E. Wlmlimore
dust as long as we do your
caning and pressing you
will have a smile on your
Quick Service Good Work
I 328 South Main St.
Phone 644
A Barrel of Candy
A new Candy Special
every week
Drop in between classes
for a soda, sundae or a
313, S. State St.

' peaks on "The Esthetic Experi-I
ence," in room 3208, Angell hall.
15:0-Congregational chmoir rehmeamrses
at the church.
e :30-7 :00--S. C.A. cabinet meeting in
jbane hall.
6 :0Of-lenmbers of lDeityaSigma linho
hold annual initiation banquet in the
17:10"--Uiversity of011clieiigimmbandlO re.
1hearses at the band headquarters.
7:30-M1r. A. 1.- Snyder of thle Detroit U
ICity Gas company speaks to stu-
dents of chemical engineering and I
b lusiness administration ait the Un-
Iion. U
I S:00-t)ate in the Conugregationail
church between Priof. William DI.

Book Bargains.
Our Bargai~n CountersU
are freshened up and made more at-
tractive each day with new books


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