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___________TH-E MICHIGAN DAILY

'rTTT"T sn APRTr; 9. V 25

DAILY OFFI CIAL BULLETIN'
Publication In the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by t)be Asistant to th. e rs~ent until
3:30 p. :n. (11:30 a. mn. Saturdays
Volume STHUIRSD)AY, APRIL %, 102) Number 144
University Lecture:
Professor J. Holland Rose of the University of Cambridge, England,
will deliver a lecture on the subject "Pax Romana and1 Pax Napoleonica" in
the' auditorium -of the Natural Science building at 4:15 P. Mv. Thursday,
April 9. . A. 1H. Lloyd.
Holders of Harmoni Foundation Loan Funds:
There will be ,a meeting in room 2,. University Hall, at 5 P. M., Thurs-
day, April 9th, of those students who have been granted loans from the"
Harmon Foundation funds. A full attendance is desired.
.1. A. Bursley.

jgen. Student tr casui'cr : 'A. 11 Chem, A. 11. 1{eshi;3lian, F. ('iaiiupton. Faculty
treasurer: A. .J. Logan, C. P. Wells, Board of Directors: Rensis liert,
L. C. Vermni, :3. S. Siudlie, Professor Tl. A. C. Hildner, Mrs. A. D. Moore.
Florenice IR.lRouse, C(lrum .
S. C. A. Cabinet:
iiegiilar meetmn at Lane Tull today at 5:,30.
Chlarles~ S. lIig. lev, Sec.
Notice to all Miembers of the University:
Mail addressed as follows: "~care of the University of Michigan" has
j bendei veredl to the office of the Secretary, room 3'Uivrstyhl.1 t
Nx ill be held until April 14, and1 should be called for at once, giving(late of
this publ ication, i. e. Alpril 9. TIb is list will not be reprinteLd. MAIL
SHOULD 13E AI)DtESSI'ID TO STREET AND) NU'MiEIZ.
11.rold Anderson George H'uniter
"Leslie Barker Lois iR. Kii'slherini
Mron fllotekv
1Eraest C. flurbans H arriet Leiter
Alabel Lovett

ORDER GOWNS B3Y FhiI)AI
Senior engineers should order
their cams iand gowns at Moes
not later thian Friday April 10.
No deposit is necessary at this
tine.

A COMPLETE EASTER
From Our Large Stock of Easter Cards, Decorations
and Appropriate Novelties
li1i S. UNIVERSITY AVE. PHONE 1 160-R.

Members of the Adnidijistrative Board, College of Literature, Science and the
Arts.
There will be 'a meeting of the Administrative Board on Thursday, April
9, at 4:10 in Dean Effinger's office. '4i. It. Iluinllireys.
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.
WV. B. lHumphireys.
Phi Beta Kappa:
The annual business meeting of Alpha chapter of Michigan Phi Beta
IKappa, for election of officers and new members, will 'be held Thursday,
April 9, at 4 o'clock in Room 205 Mason hall.
it. L. Caverly, Secretary.
Application Blanks for University Seholarships:
Students of the Literary College wishing to become candidates for a
University Scholarship (value $2&0) for 1925-26 may obtain blank application
forms at the office of the Dean. These blanks must be filled out and re-
turned not later than May .15th in order to receive consideration. Further
notice will be sent to each applicant. Awards are based on scholarship
and need. H. P. Thienie.
ilatbenmti( s--College of Literature, Science, and the Arts :
There will'be a'meeting of the Mathematics staff on Friday, April 10, in
Room 3010, Angell Hall, at 4 P. Mv. Joseph L. Markley.
Seniors of All Cblleges:
Mr. P. H. Ryanr of the Linde Air Products, Company and the Union Car-
bide and Carbon Corporation will be in Room 422 of the Michigan Union
until Friday evening of this week. He wishes to interview all seniors in-
trested in positions with this Company. It. C. Anderson.
To Stulents Completing Work In Hilgh School Obesrvation :
All' students who have completed their observations are to return ob-
servation' permits to Mr. Whitehouse, Room 10, Tappan Hall, any Tuesday
orThursday, 3:45 to 4:15. C. 0. Davis.
Physiological Chemistry (3~) Labotatory:
-All students who have enrolled in the second section of laboratory work
in Blood Analysis are asked to meet in Room 319, Medical Building, at 4:45
P. M1. on Thursday, April 9th. 11. I. Lewis.
Political Science 292, Journal Club:
The meeting of the Journal Club has been postponed to Thursday. April
23. ~J. 5S.iReaves.
Varsity Glee Club:
Special interurban car for Ypsilanti leaves State and Packard at 7: 10
tonight. Car will return at 10:30.
Every member must report for rehearsal for the Detroit concert at
2:00 P. M. Monday, April 20th, at Orchestra Hall, Detroit.
Carl B. Scitoon maker, Mainager.
Ticket Mlen-Oratorical Association :
Please be in your places at 7:30 tonight. If you cannot come scud some~
one else to take your place. Itoss L. Tarf~).
Cosmopolitan Club:
Thue.nominating comumittee of seven members announces the following
nominations for the school .year, 1925-192(6. Elections occur at the Club
luncheon, April 25. President; N. M. Malik, D. Van Osenbruggen, .J. A.
Enriquez, A.:N. Jonkowsky.' Vice-president: D. T. Suyat, M~iss Clara, Tsao,
A. K. Sukumarn. Secretary* Miss Hele1n RnzelMiss Marvie Van (Osenbi,,-

Reginald(1Chapman
.H.Coachm1an
Kenneth iConboy
2' rs-. pe rnm ina
j Aice I~oitier
I . Gordoni
It. R. Cracichfn
Fred Ifigbae

A. 11. Planck
li esident, Senior Class
Trosidenl.. XW..A. A.
L. A. ltubl ei
Phyllis Turnbull
J. Beverly Watts
Susain Augusa l \at son.
Shirley 11.. Siuj I, Seeretary.

AR~llE~FS. AYPARTY
I Apliat ions for Architects' .
-ly[art y to be held Mfay 8 may
be seculredl at the Union from 2
to o'cloc'k todlay.
COPPER, SILVER,
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Blades Sharpened
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at The Danger Line.

---and infection may
set in when particles
of food lodge and fer-
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V-shaped crevices
along The Danger Line
(where gums meet
teeth)., Acid Decay al-
most always results.

Alp ha Nix Literary Society:
There will be a meeting of Alpha, Nu 1tonight in
7:2:(}. An imupoirta nt matt er is to( be attended to.

the society room at

-Normam Jolhnsonu.i

Prof. Carl V. Weller of the pathio-
logical department in the Medical
schlool wvill speak tomorrow night: in
Toledo before the Toledo Academy of
Medicine-
Bucharest, April 8. -Pa rlia~nnmut
adopted the emiigration hgill whichj
jBritish shipping companies say wvill1
drive them out of the country.
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Overcoats, and.
Shoes. Highest
cash price paid.
Telephone 2601
120 Fourth Ave.
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or would' you be interested
in a Cash Prize?
All you' have to do is to give us the best possible
name for our new loaf of Bread-the new loaf
with the new flavor.
With every loaf you will find an insert contain- ~
ing the details of our name contest.

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LEAVE YOUR ORDERS NOW
FOR EASTER DELIVERY

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now. Your suggestion may win a cash prize.
Get a loaf from us or from your grocery store.

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Fancy Baskets, Boxes
and Easter Novelties
for the kiddies
NEXT TO ARCADE THEATER

RULES
1. Name muust be short;
one1 not used In mime.
dilate vicinity; one we
can cop~yrighlt.
2. Person sending in
winning name must
waive all claim to
the name.

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liont. George E. Lewis
Mayor of Annm Arbor
M,1rs. Grace T. Harrison
President Women's Club
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