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THE MICHIGAN DAILY__ ___

NVT-)NP:DAY)7.APRIL 1 192

DAILY OFICIA BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assitatut to the F-egident until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday a
}Volume F WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 1925, Number 136
To the Deans:
There will be a conference of the Deans Wednesday, April 1, 1925i, at 10
A. M., in the President's office., A. It. Lloyd.
Smoking in University Buidings:
The attention of all concerned is called to the fact that rules of the
Regents, based on regulationsf of fire insurance companies, specifically pro-
hibit smoking in University buildings except private offices or laboratories
and assigned smoking rooms. The rule is of particular importance in the
case of inflammable buildings like old University Hall, and its wings, the
Museum, the Law Building, and, others. The rule is posted in all buildings.
The cooperation of all, both Faculty and studefits, is asked toward the strict
and literal enforcement- of this rule. The rule covers bringing into or carry-
ing through hallways, any lighted cigars, pipes, or cigarettes.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary.
Postponement, Dean's Advisory Committee, College of Literature, Science
and the Arts:
The Committee meeting has been postponed until Friday, April 3, at 4
P. M. John R. Effinger.
University Women--House Presidents:
Signing-out slips for March are due before April 10th in the office of the
Dean of Women.
Jean Hamilton, Deani of Women.
Notice to all Members of the University:
Mall 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 6, and should be, called for at once, giving date of
aris publication, I. e. April 1. This list will not be reprinted. MAIL
SHOULD BE. ADDRESSED TO STREET AND NUMBER.
Thomas Cavanaugh Samuel Lawrence
Ruth Cheng Marvin Leftwich, jr.
Christian Science Society L. Lurie
Elliott Coryell
George McKnight
W. Emblidge, Esq.

Liz Socledad Ilispaila :
The last meeting of La Sociedlad H-ispanica before Easter holiday will
1)0 held in Room 31 9-21 -Aichigan 'nDion at 7:30 this evening. There will be
E an entertinmnit. Marshall 11. Levy.
"The (Cmedy of Errors":
S)eetion 1 of the classes in Shakespearean Reading will present scenes
from "The Comedy of Errors," Wednesday, April 1, at 7 :30 P. AT., in the1
auditorium of University Ilall. Open to the puublic. Admission free.
i I. 1.ich1.
't'here will 1)e on i-port ant business meeting of t he Roun d-Up~ Club,
sX cde sd a( , A pril 1, at. the Union at 7:30 P. M . Ed «i. It. Iietle.
1 eanbers of t he Univcrsily of 11ichigan B, nd :1
Th usual reherarsal \will be held tonight at 7:10 in the Band Head-
quarters. Robert V. Halsey, I). 31.
F. S. N\aval Reserve Force:
The regular weekly meeting of the Universitv Unit will be held WedInes-
(lay, April 1st, at 7:30 P. Al. in the R. 0. T. C. Drill Hlall.
Lt. L. C. Leever.
H~illsdale. ('& lege Dinnier:
lHillsdale College alumni, former students and1 friends in Ann Arbor
during the time of the Schoolmaster's Club will hold a- banquet at the Mich-
igan Union, Root, 31 f, Friday, April 3, at 6 P. Al. (Call Mrs. Mack 2018 te or1
Geraldine Pag~el 1720 3 for in format ion.
Geraldine Pagel, C(oumlltee (Chaiman.
Oratorical Board:
T here will be a meeting of the Oratorical Board this afternoon at 4:30
o'clock in Roorn 3211 Angell Hall. Election of nominating committee and
other important business. Mildred H. Pryor, President.
Geneva Club Meeting:
Meeting of Lake Geneva Chutb Wednesday, 7:30 o'clock, at Lane IHall.
All men who have attended a Lake Geneva Conference or are interested i
this summer's Conference -.re urged to attend.
John IH. 1Elliott, I'JN'5.
Fresh man Engineer (Class:
The regular weekly ass(,mbly will be held Wednesday, April 1,, at 11 :00
o'clock in IRoom-119 Engineering bilding. Prof. H. C. Sadler will speak;
the elect ion of the class secret ary will be held at t his meeting.
1 J. ('. Brier.
IQuartfrdech Socilety :
The next regular meeting of Quarterdeck will be held at the Union
Wednesday, April 1. at 7: 30 P. Al. 31. R. IrelandI.

Will Aid Mellon

1:3( -Genei a clubi) holdls opena meet-
ing in Lane hall.
r :30-La Sociediid lispanica meets
tin room 319-321, Unon.
t:30-11 C'ircolo It. liano meets fin
room 204. South Wing.
7 :3l0-Scenes from "Tuei Comedy of
Errors" presentedl in the :auditorium
of University hall.
7:30-Round-Up claish meets alt the
Union.
7:30-1'. S. Naval Reserve unit mneet.
kin the R. «. T. C. drill ball.
y :15--Comeidy clop hpresent, "Outiward
Biound" at the Whitney theater.
THURSDAY
3:30:l-Faculty women's tea at the ('1111)
Ihouse.

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6 :00-Western State Normal dinnier at
Church of Christ.
6 :00-A. S. C. I. holds spring initia-
tion at Willits.
7:30-Three reel Insulated 'Wire mov-
1ie, Natural Science auditorium. '
:30-( 'risi ian Science society meet s
in Lane hall.
7a :x10-Scalp and Blade holds smoker
at the Union.
WO0-Prof. AV. Lash Miller of the Utni-
versity of Troronlto lectures on
"13ios," in the chemistry amphithe-
UVIX L~~ti~11 U~iilhI'1U1. ~ ~ 4 ~}ateirt .Bkrspak nh

The new assistant' secretary of the
treasury, Lincoln N. Andrews (above)
of New York. a retired army officer
and former chief executive of the Now

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ceeds Eliot Wadsworth, resignedl. iauioi.
S :00--University School of '3ltmsie stir.
- dents give recital in Recital hall.
W A ' GO N ONNotices to appear in this column m~ust Inicrease S lr
be left inthe 'vox at the Daily office Saar
provided for '.nat purpose before ¢ 3of Cit Of? , j fc rs
o'clock preceeding t~ie day of issue.
YEDNE ;DAY Salaries of the city clerk and city
10ti:0)0-Conference offfile 1)eans il h assessor were increased from $2,500
President's office- and fees to $3,300 without fees, and
-Al dmis~x M'iiirbIfrom $2,500 to $3,000, respectively, at
-I :00-6 ul;~z 1c a:l rz on a meeting of the Common council
test ants meet in room 205, Matson Monday ngt Extracts were also
hall1.f read from a. memorandum submitted
41:1,,-Organ recital fly 11r, l'ahtuierI by Glriffenthagen and associates, the
Christ ian in H Iill audit orima.in. firm which is making a survey of' sal-
4 I:30-- Oraior~cail board mteets in z'oolmit aries and administr'ation in city de-
3211, A11,10,1 hail. partmnents, As the report is not yet'
G:1 -SIi(tit i; lratii y hallnjet att the .compl)lete, no action was takenin l the
Unin f. I matter lby the council.
7 : 0--M schigatn handlrelhearse l it
band headqmuarte rs. liBerne, March 31.-Dr. Adolf Stein-
7 :15----- Presby~terian chorus reheat's- r Au ,trian philosopher and theoso-

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Shirley IV. SnmithI, Secretary.

Twilight Organ Recital:
Palmer Christian, University Oraghist, will offer the following program
Wednesday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock in Hill Auditorium:
Sonato 1 (Borowski) ; Prelude (Samazeuilli); Fugue in E flat (St.
Anna's) (Bach) ; In Springtime (Kinder) ; Waldweben (Siegfried) (Wagner);
Feuerzauber (Die Walkuere (Wagner) ; Prize Song (Die Meistersinger)
(Wagner) ; March (Tannhauser) (Wagner).
t Charles A. Sinak, Secretary.
All Senior Women:
All senior Women are cordially invited to be the honor guests of the
American Association of University Women at their meeting in the Union
Ball Room on Saturday, April 4, at 3 o'clock. Mrs. Aurelia Henry Reinhardt,
President of Mills College, and National President of A. A. U. WV. will speak
on The National Service of Organized University Women."
Mrs. Juilius 0. Schrotterbeck,
President of the Ann Arbor Branch of A. A. U. W.
American Chemical Society:
Those members who are going to the Spring Meeting of the Society can
obtain reduced -fare-certificates from the secretary, Room 462, Chemistry
Building. P. F. Weatherill.

Kales Talks
Before hambera
William 1R. Kale, head of the White-
head and Kales Structural St eel Co., 1
Detroit, Will be the speaker at the A
regular meeting of the Tuesday lunc h-
eon clubi yesterday at the Chamber of
Commerce Inn. His subject will be
"Making Your City Worth While."
Mr. males has been for several years j
a melm1ber of the Detroit city planning
commission, and has taken consider-f
able interest in other civic affairs. i
Members are urged to make reserva- i
tions as soon as possible.I

Book Bargains
Our Bargain Counters
are freshened upand made more at-
tractive each day with new books
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Telephone Lectures :
There will be no lecture this week in the series
of the Michigan Bell Telephone Company. Mr. F. L.
Engineer, will deliver the next four lectures, the first+
on Monday, April 6, at 11 o'clock in Room 248 West
The class in E. E. 13 will meet as usual.

presented by officials
Snyder, Transmission
of which will be given
Engineering Building.
WV. L. Everitt.

Atkinson Contest:
All contestants who wish to submit orations for the Atkinson Memorial
contest are requested to inform mne of that. intention by April 3. Orations
must be submitted by April 21. All contestants entering an oration will be
given a, chance to deliver it. From the tryouts, five contestants will be
chosen to compete in the final contest for whch fifty dollars and a gold
medial will be awarded for first place with a prize of twenty-five dollars
for second place. Orations will be on the general subject, ":Moral and
Spiritual Character for World Citizenship," and will be 1800 words in length.
W. VI. Dixon, Director of Local Contests.
Faculty Wonien's Club:
The Faculty Women's Club will have a tea on Thursday afternoon,
April 2, at 3:30 at the Club House. The Art Section will have an exhibit at
the same time. Jemima. Lorcht, Secret ary.
II Circolo Italiano:
There will be an important meeting of Il Circolo Italiano for reorganiza-
tion, Wednesday, April 1, at 7:30, Room 204 S. W.
Frances Boring, Secre tary.

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