THE MICHIGAN DAILY __
WETDNESDAY, APRIL, 8, 1925
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice tv all miemberB of
the University. Copy received btbte A* htA;nt to this ''eeid~ent until
3:30 p. nm. (11:30 a. mi. SaturdaY4
Volume 6 '4 EDfiESI)AY, AP11iL 8, 19,25 N1 iiiwr 113
Head 0once Wounded" (lBach) ; Prayer (Ravenello) ; Gethisemane (Mailing);
Chor al and Fugue ( Scuata 1') (Cuilmnant ) ; In Paradisum (iDebois) ;000(d
Artid-,ty \lisic from"'' a rsi fal''(fita ncr).
IV Charle s A. Sink, Secretary.
Not ke H all .Mlembe~rs of thle 1 :2 -er'ity :
s t<.il adclrssed a2s follom-s: "dare of the University of Michigan" has
lwtl ad o i ered t o tareef('ii of the Secretary, room 2 University hail. It
hill~'elmtf t il Apr)ilI1', a )d should be called for at on1ce, giving date of
fii p'ubicaitioni. . Apil ii isj)',list, will not be rep~rinted. :MAL
Si 10111) BP A1illl lt1SL )TO STREKET AN) NUMBER.
Je, 21'. 1flack Mliza beth Lewis
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8 Oh 11 [;rom ley I humid 1\IMars'h
('has. N',. lBrowni
boima 1lyus 1Phi Delta Kappa
WHAT'S GOING ON
:Notices to appear in this column must
be left in the ,ox at the [)a;iy office
1)r'.x 1dld for iuat purpose before 4
oock 7perrredj::ig taed(y of issue.
Professor J. Rolland Rose of the, University of Cambridge, Endgland,
will deliver .a lecture on the subject "Pax lBoiana and Pax Napoleonica' inl
the auditorium of the Natural Science building at 4:15 P'. ]V. 'Tlterai lay,
April 9. . ... A. 11. luoyd.
Universl y Women-How~e Presidents:
All signing out slips for Alarch must be in the office of the Dean 0f
Wone., before spring" vacation
Jean Hamilton, Deani of Ilomen.
3Iemnlers of the Administrative Board, College of Literature, Science amtid fle
t0ere will be a meeting of the Administrative floard on 'Pitursdazy, Ap]ill
in Dean Effinger's office. W. It. 1liunpiilre'y.
Students, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
Attention is called to the rule which makes each absence on a day
immediately preceding or following a vacation count. as three.
W. R. lluinphreys.
To Students Interested ire Summer Vacation WF1oVI::
Miss Davis, representing Educators association, wili be glad to meet
men and women students in room 2, University Hail, April Sth, from 1 :21
to 4:00 P. M. J. N. TIrsiey.
Faculty, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
The mid-semester reports on those studients in your ,clases whose
work is below passing should be made on cardls which may be obotainedl in
the Secretary's Office, West Engineering Building, or in the miessenger
boxes. These reports must be filed in this office not later than Friday,
April 10. Louis A. lHoph , ;secretary.
Holders of Harmon Foundation Loan Funds:
There will be a meeting in room 2, University Hall, at 5 P". Mv., Thurs-
day, April 9th, of those students who have been granted loans from the
Harmon Foundation funds. A fall attendance is desired.
J. A. patrsley.
There will be a Department dinner, G P. M., Wednesday, April S at the
Union. hotels 1. Bredcol14.
Freslhmen Engineering Class:
The regular weekly assembly will be held Wednesday, April S, at. 11:00,
room ;348 Engineering Building. Professor F. W. Pawlowski will tall: to (lie
class. J. C. Brier, 3lenI or.
The next meeting of the Education Conference will be Wednesday, April
Sth, at 7 o'clock in Tappan Hall. All graduate studient s and memubers of'
the staff are expected to be present. Clifford lWoody.
Twilight Organ Recital:
Palmer Christian, University Organist, will present the following pro-
gram Wednesday afternoon, at 4:15 o'clock in Hill Auditorium:
Two Choral preludes- 'When my last hour is at hand" and "0 Sacred
Fl'Iyi Pct' Cooper
\ttd ,e t oodllian
('C 1. II. 1Kt zeliberger, Esq.
Tis o iniar will not
A. C. Stitt
D a vid Saul 'fouff
'hyil is Turnbull
A P. West
Snirley 11* Smithi, Secrelar)i.
nicet on \Vednesdays, April8
Ic 3r. we'liley.
Ii :Ct}- larof. l''. W. Paiwlowski ad-
dre sses thel regu;lar weely meeting
(oflthe freshmanm engineering class
in1room 848, Engjni1eering building. ~r.: :::-"
1 ..ti: 6+'-1 : t l is . Pa v'\, ar~lia"eseati lg .; ": :::
I'Alitcatc~r; associaton, meets stu-
dents who areuliter ,-st ed in sumn-
iner Nvacation workl, Inl roo1112, Un-
1::W-5 :( :01-Ann iArh:;r Art association . x1 4. i L Sr".r"."..
exhibit ill hedie wet ;gllery of Al-
urniti M~emorial hall.
twrilight organ recitalinii Hill anoli- I
S tlortum. ,,'
( :C0(----'hglsb ('parin 'tI diiner at'
6:-1 -Oficers (of Sca±hi11Vrlandm] In Ie :
mee (t. at tre tinioni.
7:60l--- Edncatloit coiifereiiee meets in r
:10 -lMichigatn bhumid rehearses at'
7 :1:x--Scabbhard and1 llaile fr.aternity Imi hrn e bvi h
meets at the Union.IsalCiieByabvsth
r" "3-RudU cliii) aneels .at;jlfnewly appiointed sub-governor of
IUnion. Cairo, E+gypt. As stresh at the age ofj
7 :30- 1)&t 0hi ('11vo('t lollat the I3538, he b~ecomes one of the powers in
new Masonic Temple. All DeMolayshicunr.H w
and Masons are invited to attend.'hi conr. Ie as secretary to the
7:30 )--I'Vni~ersiI 3[Un it, of Ithe I ~. 8W.I ile inister, Moham med Sa id
Naval Reserve Force meets its the Pasha, when t he latter was forced out.
t. 0. 'T. C. D~rill hail. , of office in 1915.
S :00- - A miminaal Iiieliorial meetiug of' ----- -- ___----- - -- _
the Rlesearch lu irb in the Nat tit'al loan funds meets in room 2, Ui
ncauditorium. versity hall.,
l :0-11heStoops Ito Conquter," lire- 7:30--Lec tire (course usher's report
sented in 'University hiall. .~ll uioim
'130 930 -Ama Arboer Art asso5ciation
1,1I' IRSIJAV exhibit in the west gallery of Al-
1:30-5 :0C---Anni Arboer Art :atsocial ion unini Memorial hall.
exhibit in tile west. gallery o1' Alum - 8:00- Ieal swiminllg nmeakt JPetween
Ili Memori'al hall. j the Varsity and1 treshmnan tank
4 :00~-41i Bera, happa nicels in roonia I teams in the Ujnion pool..
205, Mason hail. Sf?:00-World flight lec tue and pic-
I :1l6--Ad~iisraliave board of the t tires in lill auditorium.
Literary colleg~e lmeets in Deans . . ---- --
Eflinger's office. Athens, April 7.- The government
4 :15-Prof. ,1. HlollandlRost of the l declines at present to llremit debate
University of Cambridge, England, ;in Par liament on the recent (ecliar-
lectures on "Pax Romana andi Pax ation of Premier Benito Mussolitiof 1
Napoleonica," in the Natural Sci- Italy that Italy eventually wouldl have
ence audlitoriumn. !to claim her entire rights in the Do-
.5 a6}-Hholdlers of Hlarmni iFounidationi decanese .Islands.
Membhers of tlhe Ini ver it3' of M felt.1ga md :
'There will be the regular rehearsal of fihe Band t onight at 7:10 at head-
quart ers. It will be followed by a short, business m neeting to discuss spring
act vi! ies if atten~dan:e varrants. Rtobert V. liad1sey, D. 3t.
Sea hhar Id and Blade F'ralevnit
IThe tegul a 1'imontlily biun hisa meeting of the Scabbardl and Blade fra-
ternity will 1)e held at the Nficbigaiii Union at 7:15 Y. Mv. Election of officers
a tid caindlida I ('es.'fie lrerQent officer:, antd colmmittee heads will meet at
6:5P. M.:Hlo 1.3adn
1 The Annual Memoriail inept i ii of the Rtesearchi clubi will be held in the
Nat ural Science a udit orium onl Wednesday, April 8th, 1925, at 8 P. 1M.
Thelic'-tectilg will 1)0 ill I ho0no fthrIni0itta I uxley and pa pers will be read
by Professors It. M. Won bey avid l,. C. Case.
Members of the ,junior Research club, Sigmla Xi, Women's Research
club), Canma Alpha, Phi Sigmat, asw ell as members of the faculty andi grad-
mate estuadetnt bodly, are cordialily invited 14) be present at this meeting.
TF. 11. liildebraindt, 'secretary.
Play Production Plays:
"She Stoops To (Conquter," Goldsmnit h's five-act comedy, will be presented
tonight promplty a1 8 o)'clock]( ill hi iverSit y I fall. The cmaual admission will
be charged. It. I). T. Hlollister.
~oiud Up Clbh:
Ptouud UP'I)C11ub u1t i atifon Wednesday night, April S. AMernlers meet at
the I'muon at 7:201 P. M. Edwv. B. Riledle
Des Mloines-.. i. April 7.-Final en-
tries were filed by thte University of
Wisconsin yesterdlay for the 16th an-
nual Dr ake university reclay carnival
here, April 24 and 25.
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The Days Are
Only am fern umore plays to Easter
vacation, yet thiey're all eating
ait '.ohn's'" place becaumse theoy
like the regular meals there.
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STO DENI1 Y ll
. '.Naval R1eserve For-e:
Th'le ITmiivcrsitv Unit wilnieot,
th]-e R. 0. 'P. C. Drill Fall
WXednesday, April Sth,
at 7:30 P. Mv. in
LEAGUE CODIFIERS AGRE
TO EXAMINE FOUR TOPICS;
Geneva, April G. - Codification
international law through the League:
of Nations commissions of jurists I
made. a practical advance today when
tha jurists agreed upon four subjects,
which will be examined in detail; and
an accord was rteached concerning
the commission's future work.
Under the leadersh1ip of George W.
Wickersham, former United States at-
torney general, the experts decided toC
give greater latitudIe to their endeavors
than is technically provided for in the 4
resolution adopted by the League as-
semtbly. Ther voted that when their
preliminary 1l t of subjects was agreed;
upon to allocate one topic to some one;
member of the commission with the
understanding that he bring in later
complete exposition of the interna-
tional law on that topic.
London, April 7.-A branch of the+
commerical secretariat of the British
department of overseas trade will be
established in New York soon.
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