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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGI IhG~t ___TH MIHIGN DIYTUMSDAY, MArC0T1. 1925

DAILY' OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Publication 'in the Bulletin is constructive notice ter all members of
the University. Copy received b), tbo. Assistant to the ":PLC dent until
3:30 p. mn. (11:30 a. wn. Saturday*
Volume I TUESDAYF, MARCH 31, 1925 '1uibelr 135
To 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 be held at 11 a. in., Friday, April
3, in Hill Auditorium.
Dr. Alexander Meiklejohin will give an address on the subject "Thinking
in a Democracy."
The members of the Michigan, Schoolmasters' Club wil be the guest.T of
the University on this occasion. A. HI. Lloyd.
1 otlce to all M1embers of the University:
Mail addressed as follows: "scare of the University of Michigan" has
been delivered to the office 'of the Secretary, Room 3, University Hail. It
will be held until5 April 6, and should be called for at once, giving date or
this publication, i. e. March 31. This list will not be reprinted. MAIL
SHOULD BE ADDRESSED TO STREET AND NUMBER.
Henry A. Anderson J. IDish
Helen Mary Kurtti

IEnglish :-Pulic Spteah-li n'for Enginef rs;
Regular weekly assemb~ly will he held 'Thursday. April 2, at 7 P. INT. in
!Room 348 'of the Weest Itngineering Building. Chairimn: lr. C. A. M1ertz;
Speaikers: Messrs. 1k.. Lindemulder. B. C. Ketchum, A. S. H1all. .J...
I Naliaul, C. F". Aotych. %V. M.l . Ai'thu101, 11. 1,.JIostetiler, L 0. Shantz.
.R. . LilIleniiilie r.
MsAl mst_0r o(I. y, larc(h :1,. at 10. St uden1ts with Sl ossoni and Lovell
NatI. Sri. Audi~tovum yBrownl West Gallery Aluni nM ill; Dunham in Ang;ell
l ll Room 221. --Urestoni Slosson.
rlil~ls Co(la quii~in: /
' rIc PI hysics Colloquium will meet in I'oom No. 1041 New Physics Bldg.,
Tuesday, March 21, at 4:15 1P. 'M. Prof essor C. F. Movyer and Dr. J1. P. Cooley
will show some experiments in pry sical opic,,10. All interestod are inlvitedl to
attend. It. 11. lRandall.

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There will he ai.joint meetinI of he Geological and Geegrap~hical Journt-
al Cl ubs in Dorm (G37, Natural Science Puilding, on Tuesday, March 31st,
at 7:25 P. M.
Program:
"'A Trip From t he ,aI WiI Al eunk ins to We ,Nat urai IlBridne.; National
Monu iment"''( llust ruted)
"T fhe Windowa- A New National moniiuao '' , IIluslrted!0) --Mr. (Goul d.

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R. W. ;Barnard
Geo. Belote
Freilerich S. Breed
W.M. Coates
Ralph F. Cohn
J. E. Davis
Eric A. Dawson'
Theodore Ehrnann
C. A.. Fisher
William F. Galpin
Robert Hague
Virgil Holmes
Freeman B.' Hover
Joseph'Jackson
George F. Keiper, Jr.

George L. Lockwood
Edna Morgan
Donald C. Marsh
Roland C. McKee
s:: William F. Moore
J. E. O'Neill
SPresident of the Associated Students
Bennet M. Rich
Leo Schoenbrun
Jack Smythe

All interested are cordially invited to atU.,.nd.
R1.1L. Bellnop, 'Secretary.
PasCu:The Players Club will hold its Monthbly M~eet ing at 7:301 Tuesday, March
31, in Sarah (Caswell Angell Hall. Three plays will be p~resented. Election
of officers for nest: year wvi le held. Homiter Strong, Pres.
Adephi:
The society will hold its regular meeting this evening in its room on
the fourth floor of Angell Hll. 'there is to he a discussion of the govern-
ment's policy in leasing national resources. At the business meeting there
are some matters of particular importance to be considered, and all mem-
bers are urged to( le lprese'nt. Richard Ford.
Thel Ie ivals":
The class in Interpret ation of StandardI Plays will, present scenes from
Sheridan's "''hfe R i vals,'' 'Tuesday, _March 31, at 7:30 P. MC., in the auditorium
of U~niv'ersit y Hall. Open to the public. No admission charge.
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Saturday nights
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All Senior Lits:i
Measurements for caps and gowns must be made at Moe's Sport Shop
by tomorrowv, April Ist, in order to insure delivery in time for Swing Out.
No deposit is required.
_Johzn Brom~ey, Chiirntan Cap and Gonwn (1011.
Span ishiSociety:
The conversation class of the Spanish Club will meet at 7 o'clock to-
night .in Room 301 of the library. Lucy Doinhooraliau.
Military Ball' Conmmittee:,
There will be a meeting of the Military Ball Committee at 7:15 P. M.
tonight in Room 306 of the Union.
11111 Oliphant, Chairman.
Acolytes :
Acoyles meet tonight at + P. M.- Prof. C. E. Whitmore will read a paper
introductory to a discussion on "The Idea of the Potential."
John Ii iper.
Execut ive Board, {Gradiiate School:
there will lie a, meeting of the Executive Board of the Graduate School
on Tuesday,, March. 31, at 4:00 P. Mv. A. It. Lloyd.
ftculty M1eetings, College of Literature, Science and the Arts:
Faculty meetings for the remainder of the year are scheduled as fol-
lowvs:
April 6,
May 4,
May 25.
John R. Effinge'r.
Dean's Advisory Committee, College of Literature, Science and irho Arts:
A meeting of the Dean's Advisory Committee is called for Thursday
afternoon, April 2nd, at 4:05 in, the Dean's office.
JlohnIti. Effinger.
Alpha .Omega Alpha Lecture:
Dr. Aldred Scott Warthin, Professor 'of Pathology and Director of the
Pathological Laboratory, will give the next lecture in" the Alpha Omnega
Alpha series of lectures on iiedical history, Tuesday evening, March 31st,
at ~7:30 o'clock, in the west amphitheatre of the medical building. D~r.
-Warthin will speak on "The Representation of Disease in Art." The lecture
will b~e 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. Walt er ill. Simnpson, President.
Zoology i2 (Heredity) :
In examination today those assignedl to seats in Rows A to F inclusive
go to West Gallery,. Alumni Memoral Hall. All others go to Natural Science
Building. Please note that this distribution is DIFFERENT from that in the
first examination. A. Franiklin Shl;.

TORONTO CHEMIST WILL
DISCUSS BIOS TOMORROW!,
Prof. WV. Lash Miller, heaud of Tor-
onto university's chemistry dlepart-
mont, will speak on "B'ios" at 8 o'clock '
Thursday night in tihe Chemistry Am-
phitheatre.
Although Mr. Miller only recently
became interested in tihe analysis of
bins, whlich is a chemical substance
1necess ary to the growth of yeast, andi
is possibly idlentica~l with the vitamine'
13, he has already done much original
work on the subject.
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Sul ject, tile speaker was responsible
for many imlporant discoveries in
p~hysical1 chmeoistry, and is known to-
day as one of the world's greatest
authorities onl thermnodynamlics. {
The lecture wii contain much new v
material which is the result of work,
dlone by Mr. Miller and his students.1
It is given under the auspices of the i

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