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PAGE zEIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

STUNDAY, MART-l 2.1. 1929

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLESTIN
Publication in the .Bulletin is constructive notice to all memnbers of
the University. Copy received by the Asisteut to the 'esident until.
3:30 'P.mi. (11:30 a. Mn. Saturdayv
Volume"& SUNDAY, MARCH 29, 1924 Number 131

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Tfo the Deans:
There will be a conference of the Deans Wednesday, April 1, 1925, at 10
A. M., in the President's office. A. H. Lloyd.
University .Convocation:
A ,Convocation of the University will e held at 11. a. in., Friday, April
3, In. Hill Auditorium.
Dr. Alexander Meikejolin will give an address on the subject "Thinking
In a Democracy."~
The members of the Michigan Schoolmasters' Club will be the guests of
the University on this occasion. A. H. Lloyd.
University Lecture:
Professor W. Lash Miller, of the University of Toronto, will lecture on
"BIOS" on Thursday, April 2, at 8 P. M. in the Chemistry Amphitheatre.
This lecture is under the joint auspices of the University and the IT. of
M. Section of the American Chemical Society.
The public is cordially invited. F. E. Robbins.
Tau Beta P:.
The next regular meeting of Tau Beta Pi will be held at Willits, Tes-
day, March 31, at 6 o'clock. Waldo K. Greiner.
A. S. C. E.:
The Spring initiation Banquet of the A. S. C. E. will be held at Willett's,
Thursday, April 3, at 6 P. M. All faculty members of the A. S. C. E are in-
vited.' Banquet $1.25. Will those of the faculty who are going to attend
notify-
William S. Herbert, 619 S. Division by at least Wednesday, April 2.
Howard A. Sheridan, President.
Senior Engineers;~
Announcements and Invitations may be ordered on Monday, March 30th,
from 11:00 to 12:00 A: M. and from 1:00 to 3:00 P. M. Samples will be on
display at the desk over the Arch. This is the last (ay on which orders
will be received. Robert J. i:ard, (hr.,
Stagecraft:
Please return all books to Professor Hollister's office between 2 and 4
Monday. This is very Important. Ross L. Taylor.
Phi Lambda Upsilon:
A special meeting of Delta Chapter of Phi Lambda Uusilon will e held
Monday, March 30, at 7:00 P. M. In Room 303 Cem. Bldg, at which the
coming Initiation will be discussed. Frank J. Van Nata, Secy.
Alphia Omega Alpha Lecture:
Dr. Aldred Scott Warthin, Professor .of Pathology and Director of the
Pathological Laboratory, will give the next lecture in the Alpha Omega
Alpha series of lectures on medical history, Tuesday evening, March 31st,
at 7:30 o'clock, in the west amphitheatre of the medical building. Dr.
Warthin will speak on "The Representation of Disease in Art." The lecture
will be illustrated throughout with lantern preparations. While these lec-
tures were.,instituted primarily for students of the medical school, they
contain much of interest to premedical students, dental students, and the
general public. Walter N. Simpson, President.
School of Education-Physical Education birriculum:
Men in Physical Education should report for the second quarter of the
second semester in block work Monday, March 30 as follows:
Baseball (142b), Yst 'Field "House, 8'A. M.
School Programs (F44b), Waterman Gymnaium, 9 A. M.
Harvey C. Emery.
Foreign Students:e
The annual Spring 'Trip during the week of Spring Vacation (April 13,
Monday, to April 18, Saturday) through Ave Michigan cities Will again oc-
cur this April. Industries and colleges and municipal institutions will be
inspected under most favorable auspices. Entertainment will be provided in
American homes. Cities ,visited are Battle Creek, Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids,
Lansing, and.Flint. Total ,epenses will be under $15.00. Detailed Informa-
tion -is available from ProfessorY. A. C. Hildner (room 302 University Hall,natrohorfm rrlo-es,(om324AglHll)
A similr tour over a somewhat different itinerary is being arranged for
the Women through Miss MaryH. Ross,. Newberry Hal, telephone 937W.
Carlrton .F. Wells, Faculty Mianager in (chre.
pcbnlor Elerrleas:
Mr . A. hPorkner, Asst. Sales Mgr. Wagner Electric Corporation of St.
Louis,Mo, will be In Rogri 274 West Engineering Bldg.. Monday, March
30, for the purpose of interviewing. men interested in employment with hN
company.,,Jospei 1. (anno.

'I'ez:as.- -Automobile h eadIlights arcl
to betc I(stedl andtidajusi cclby the en-I
gineoring departmient of' ihe Iniver-I
sit y of Texas. A law passed lby the
1t' is5 a I UeiPtt its iPOP ft 5'iii r'e-
q aires tit' -1t901percentI of all headl-
lights 1)(1,ca nged to cos form to the
neOw ac(t.
Nashiingt on .---irater nitres of the
Uniersty f Wshington have been
asked to help the $2,000,000 drive for
the Orthopedic hospital here by taking
out a $500, 20-year endowment policy
on the life of some member, the'hos-
pital to receive tjue amount of the
end(10wmnent.

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ilitary$ Science was passed at the'
Lme time.
Texas.-Vrluabrler information a bout;
'ontier~ life, ranger activities, and'
alitics in ear'ly' Texas h1istor'y have,
,en acqu iredtlbyIthe uiiversity lilrar'
lite addition of the I. E. L . Wheel-
k patpers. The mnanuscript s contain
Lets about Texas history from r1836
rough the Civil War.'
Chicago, Mlarch 28.-Announcement
fa gift of $1,000,000 to the Univer-
Ly of Chicago from Julius Resen-
ild, head of the firm of Sears, Roe-
Lck & Co. andI a trustee of the uni-
rsity, was made 'Tuesday night.
Des Moines, Ta., March 28.-Iowa z
utonmobile owners will pay two cents
Lx per gallon on gasoline as a result
fthe house of representatives' ac
on. yesterday.

C SENIOR INVITATIONS
The senior class will he given
aniothier opplortunity to orde~r
<,nnOunTcements and invitations
the Latter part of next week.
The definite time will be an-
nounced later. Up to the present
lime there have been 2000 an-
nouncements and 2500 invitat-
Lions sold -to the class.
Trhe extension of time was
grantedl through the courtesy of
Elliot and company, printers of
I lhe material. Howard E. Cro-
well, '25. will adjust any errors
in making the distribution of the
invxitations.

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Observers say that Dr. Otto Braun, former premier of Prussia is slat-j
ed to be the next president of the German 'republic. He is the candidate
of the Social Democrats (Socialist) p arty, to which the late President Eb-
ert belonged.

WHAT'S GOING ON
C Notices to appear in this column must
be left in the box at the D)ady office
provided for fiat purpose before 4
o'clock ureceedinv trie day of issue.
SVN i)AYI
12 :00--Il. Y. Me('ltsky hleads *.d Cadent
discussion class at Olhe Presbter (1-
ian (churc'h.
112 :00-Student il ile classes meeti
Wesley hall.I
3:00l---ilindustaan t 'liil) jcel illLaxle;
hail.
I4:1 -Jliir nLeiv is CGilin l eel ires on
''"The Influtence o1' Chriist ian ity upon G
cer't. a i Social P rob]lemrs in West era
Civilization,'' in ILazne hall.
4 :15--Organ recitail by 31r. P'almerP
fChristian in hilli auditorim.
0 :311-Solehd lhour at 1thePi'esIltermir i
church.
3 0:3(1-! upper :rnud fireside chat atthIle
Congregational (church . Mlr. Floyd
Starr speaks on "B3ringing ITI) IPath-
or."
-:11St. Pa il' s St iderrt chill, mec'tsj
at 420) *. Liberty st ree't. Rev. Mr'.
B. Poch of :Ft. Waynue, HIdc., ad-
(Iresses the (Tll) on his issionary l
exp~eriences('inii ou doit.
i:30-Socfial Ihalf-hour in Wesley 11:11.1
0 :(W-Wlesleyaac uil d inc :'t hg'in IWes-
icy hall. Ihen s ,; 1_he rt, '266, Wxill
rlead thre liscrissiii on hi"NV lcd Abhou t
A Uniited (Chiurch ?"
C ''ill Voting' Peoples' arue bag ,'at IN
I resbytCria u ch urch.
0:30 -"'a.ilplic'i"I'lhroig'h 'irlhli,"
air illuast;-ated l :l; givell by D r.
Frieston 1'>. larnEs in ' the Ill dtar-iai
t,:{!0-- :11 ellen phd iire sei'v ice a4 illhe
(orig. eratiianal (lhuirch ; Ioot1%oT -
1kigtonl's "'''he ''1 urrioi ."' Mlr. Floyd
)tzarl is tlhe speaker'.
'1t0 DhAY
I:15,---.Iolai LeNYNsU H iii lee . ar :4 oat
"R''l~igion andi Present D in rsocial
P'roblems," in Lane 11,1l.
7 :00-;Dela ('hllei' ofili La ,,l'a
Upsilorn meets in, room 3}03 of the
chemiistr'y building.
t:('r--("arliaa Sciettnce lectunre il lie
new M~asonic'T'emple.
To0asted Rolls
(ContirnuedI lion) Page Fourii)
four p~er-cet' Newt Baker next r~is
(lay.
And now, you see, theri'is no needt
for the hook: page todlay.
--hliraCli.
iThe last sentence in Shadrach's let-
ter' refers to the flurry in which a
book.-page was gotten out by .several II
oftius boys Friday after'nooni in aboutI
hialf an hour. It seems that Roesser
suddiendly decided hie wanted to run
four' extra pages Sunday. Wan iteth to
jmakea little miore honey.
Mlr. ,Jasoni C olt's.

Canibridge.-Clarence S. Darrow and.
D)r. Scott Nearing dlebatedl the ques-l
Lion, "Is the human race worth work- u
ing for ?" at the Union luncheon yes- tax
te rd(ay. of
jDr'. Nearing made the opening tic:
speech and contended that working o h ua aeelre h a-
sibilities of human life and is a neces-I
sary and most wvorth while endeavor.
By showing the immutability of the
ego in human nature, which 500,0001~
years of existence have been unale
to change, Mr. Darrow proceeded toj
tear every vintage of altruism fr om,
his fellow men.
Arizona.--Construction of a x"new
-University gymnasium will he star'ted
before July first. The Legislature re-1
cently appropriated $165,000 to beI
used for building of the gymnasium
and a new power and heating plant.
A bill providing for the establishment
of a -College of Law and a School of t
K SJust as long as we do your
cleaning and pressing you
will have a smile on your
face.
Quick Service Good Work
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328 South Main St.
Phone 644

SUTNDAY
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SUNDAY
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8 :20,

The W4o rid's
Premiere of
MICHAEL
ARLEN'S
D)ramuatizationi of
His Famous N'ovei

Grand Rapids, Mich., March. 28-
More than 700 dentists are expected
to attend the Michigan State D~ental
Society' convention to be held here
April 1,3, 14 and 15.
New York, March 28.-Negotiation ,
were completed yesterday by Ameri-
can hankers. for' a credlit of $6,000,000
to the so-called "Big rThree"~ group
of Germany.

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AT.ITENITION SENIORS
Senior litterary class invita-
I ions and announcements will
lie on sale in University hiall this
week only. (Dues may be paid
between now and May 15 when
lire invitations will be delivered.)

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to lisci or to aalyze' your
in riliati(' needs.
If lie can't do thid,
("III1 5o t' 01one who earni.

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Book Bargains
Our Bargain Counters
are freshened up and made more at-
tractive each day with new books

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Varsity f Iee Club:t.
No rehearsal; Monday.

CaIt B. Sehooinmaiker.

Notice to all Ali i~ers of th+e nversilty:
Mail addiressed as follows: "care of thre University of Mi1chigan" has
been delivered to the office of the Secretary, Room 3, University .Hall. it
will. be held until April ,3, anrd should be called for at once, giving date of
this publication, I. e. March 29. This list will not lie repinited. MAlL,
SHOULD BE ADDRESSED TO STREET AND NUMBER.
William Chin J. E. Mabie

H-arold Dillon
Harriet Donaldson
Homer. Grafton
Marion; Hesse
Grant, T. Hicks
C. Hofm'anf
Joseph N. Lincoln, rsq.

Ralph AW. Owens
~ 'jI. A.. Quillokion
TPaul Rehmus

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Packages
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Insurance is the best protec-.
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packages damaged, stolen or lost
in the mails.
Ask us how this much-needed pro-
tection can be given to every pack-
age, at a cost of a few cents and
without red tape, bother or delay.

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ReadThe'Daily "Classified" Columns

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The senior literary class
canes can be ordered now at
'Wagner's clothing store. It is
necessary thrat the orders he
taken at once to insure deliv-
ery. The price of thre cane is $3.

C~on"Stilt your insurance agent as you would
your lawyer or doctor

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