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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, APRIL 26, '1925

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received b) tim Assistut to the F. eent until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdayh
Volume 6 SUND)AY, APRIL 26,1923 Number 131

Radicals Protest
i Pole's Execution

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'OFFER PHYSIOLOGY
SUMMERCgOSES1
Experimental And Laboratory Work
Ini Four Subijects Will Be Given.;
By Mtedical School
GESELL WILL DIRECT

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We

are again

serving

Sunday

To the members of the Senate Council:
The next regular meeting of the Senate Council will be held in the
President's office Monday, May 11, at 4:15 P. M.
F. E. Robbins, Secretary.
Notice to Prospective Graduates:
THE DIPLOMA FEE OF $10 IS PAYABLE NOW!
Early settlement is necessary for the preparation of diplomas. In no'
case will the University confer a degree at Commencement upon any student
who fails to pay this fee BEFORE 4 O'CLOCK P. M. MAY 22. In case the
Faculty does not recommend any payor, the fee will be refunded on surren-
der of reciept for payment. The above applies also to fees for all special
certificates. Candidates for degrees or certificates should AT ONCE fill -out
card at office of the Secretary of their College or School, pay the Treasurer
of the University and have card receipted, and file indicated section of this
receipted card with the Secretary of their College or School. DO NOT DE-
LAY TILL THE LAST MOMENT, BUT ATTEND TO THIS MATTER
AT ONCE.
THE TREASURER'S OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED EACH SATURDAY
AFTERNOON.
Shirley" IW. Smith, Secretary University.
To the Members of the University-Notice of Regents'.1Meeting:
The next meeting of the Rgents will be Thursday, May 28, 4 P. M. Coin-
mu.nication for consideration. at this meeting must be in the President's
hands not later than M~ay 20.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary.
Application Wiankis for University Scholarships:
Students of the Literary College wishing to become candidates for a

Protest meetings are being held by
radical organizations all over the
world in hopes of moving Polish au-
thorities to commute the death sen-
tence meted out to Stanislav Lanzut-
sky "red" member of the Polish par-
lianment, on the charge of treason.
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ITEMS

night suppers for
Fraternity men.

Laboratory work in physiology
will be offered in the Medical school
)during the Summer session. There
will be four courses.
One of the four courses, that in
general and mammnalian physiology.
with laboratory work and laboratory!
conferences, will be open to studentsj
of the literary college who have hadI
course 4 in physiology or its equiva-
lent. Special experiments on the
physiology of muscular exercise will
be arranged for physical education
students, and will be accepted in par-
tial fulfillment of course 7, 6b in the
physical education curriculum.
The work in physiology will be un-
der the direction of Prof. Robert Ge-
sell and his assistants.
Human physiology study in the lab-
oratory and in laboratory conferences)
will also be offered, and will be open
to students who have finished the
first course, or its equivalent. Study
in special problems and research
work will be arranged to meet needs
of individual students.

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Taste tells. You c an' t buy
better Ice Cream anywhere
than you get here. If you
haven't tried it yet, order it
next time, Vanilla, S tr aw
berry Ice and Pecan Sundae.
This week's special,
Phone 423
Ann Arbor Dairy o
Home of Pure Milk

Try our

nice

juicy T-bone
steaks

Harmony
Cafeteria
508 East William

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University Scholarship 1925-26 (value $200) may obtain blank application (Continued from Page Six) DEFE~ AT ROH I( e d T e w l tl
forms at the office of the Dean. These blanks must be filled out and re- 3634; E. Walker 2540W vs. Fo 16;DE AT FOSIN E
turned not later than May 15th in order to receive consideration. Further . Medster 1217J vs. D. H. Chapman (CoReaduThefDailyage aix
(Continuedey f2om Page. Six)o-
notice will be sent to each applicant. Awards are. based on scholarship 422M;constMaloney 1271r vs.afE.d N.eGod-
anled ard 484; 1-. Segal 3124R vs. W. G. constantly in./l/YJ. ./ ..J.Iorder/.1/~!.to.!./affordlJ~../
and eed H.P. liime.coach an opportunity to look over the1
II. . Theme. Phelps 2056; R. A. Cohn 2165R1 vs. available material.
Students College of Engineering: H. H-. Passolt 1719R; W. F. Dreyer Tetassoe pwl o hsf
Studnts ollee o Etoneseeg;99M vs. . E. Mosher 1393; N. I. eytems bohined feldandrths
The mid-semester reports are now ready. Students wishing t e Ducket 2106R1 vs. H. Kane 2093R; J.erydtbt the filbata:Vs pi l p r
their reports may call at the office of the assistant dean. ranhsuad. engagedainea srugglesfG
T. R. Bunning. 103W . RMc night 3 1 97s. S.H . Wenb r nerquaThengreaine rugtefs
2vo3079; L. R.osx8179 vs. S.G. their own. Two teams were selected
Men's Education Club: 1Vose 3056J; R. Rice-Wray 371 vs. D.I at random and played a seven inn- - AT -_
The Men's Education :Club will meet Monday evening April ,27, in Room Ca.el 184. MtShrwoe6 v. irsgme.coachiathere willapos
H. i toms1512W M MLetefnnantinte rsha ggre- 1
304 Union at 7:15 P. M. A0 rto in gaion on Monday. From then onI
Mr. orsthe Prncial nn rbo Hih Shoo, wll pea onthesub 595vs. D. Cuff 160; Senis 1051M
Mr. orsthe Prncipl An AborHighScholwil spek o thsu- . J: W.- Rice 238J; L. W. Benson numeous and frequent cuts will e
ler'nitn rbesi ihSho diitain"1188 vs. T. A. Greene 231; C. Craw- made until the material is sorted. H'
Herman F. Beck. ford ,430J vs. E. G. Cochran 1211R; I VA I1 BO O K ST(
glbH. Small 2576W vs. J. Shapero 1526R; Cincinnati, is improving steadily and f-- - - - .
- - 7:30-Rev., Mr. A. .1. MLeod, Tibet C. Sestok 595 vs. G. Alderton 2220; is expected to back in the gm e
GOIWGNHmisionayGOspaNs G ONeCmissionary, speaks1M at, therebergChurch inoffewasss.rdet ,lO/iM vs. H. Frleiberg , .plarly "in aJ fewf~.(lays,0./game~Sreg.J
WH TSO Christ. 1153 ; N. M. Davis 1808W vs. W.
INotices to appear in this column must 8 :00-3totion lpicture service at. the. Bartlett 344; . Bernstein 152GW vs. _____________________________________
Ibe left in the box at the Daly ontce
provided. for ,nat- purpose before 4 Congregational church. Marguerite H-ickling 18051; J. A. Marsh 1783 W
o'clock' preeeine toe day of issue. Courtot in "The Steadfast Heart." vs. G.' . McKnight 3015; C. Thomas!
T" ---595 vs. B. F. Arendt 371; A. Arthur
SUNDAY MONDAY 825W vs. . B. Wood 851M; H. Ratner --
9:830-Germian service at St. Paul's 3:00-University comnmittee on Diplo.Wa292 3 0vs. . eli nz34;el H624M; 1~,
Lutheran church. C. A. Brauer, ma schools meets in the President's W.Ksatts 13 6 vs. . u .nzBruskeM
minister, office. 63; J. Toevs 2220 vs. J. E. Caraway
10:30--Bible classes at St. Paul's Lit- 3a1l-Clnssical Journal club meets 1211R; C. L. Briggs 2738 vs. L. Wein-3
theran church, in room 2014, Angell hall. berg Jr. 1104; S. E. Diamond 402W
10:30-Rev. Mr. Kennieth B. Bowent 7:5-Men's Education club'meets in vs. S. K. Meyer 1273W; F. Kuenzel!S L
preaches on "Salvation a Ia Mode," room 304, Union. Mr. Forsythe, 777MW vs. A. Levin 1527M;' A. Schimier SEL
at the Church of Christ. The choir principal of Ann Arbor high school 639M-007J vs. L. Harnish 3493; G. I, pg
will sing "Gallia," by Gounod. speaks on "Insistent Problems in Vices13Jv.B.SenatsE CA U S
10:4-Dr Sidney S. Robins of the Un- High School Administration." 13124R; B. Gross 1104 vs. R. S. Giest TE
itarian church preaches on "Where 8:00-41r. Manley 0. Hudson of oar- 3; J. Veensbra 1797 vs. A. Lappin!
Adventure Lies." ard university speaks on "The; 1510J; . Steinhauer 30033 vs. H. L.
11 :30-English service at St. Paul's Dead League of Nations," in the Na-! Lazarus 24209;IH.' Woolfenden 2738M dei An Aro S rvcdb th ma rhmsl
Lutheran church. Rev. Mr. C. A. tural Science auditorium.I vs. HI. Vedder 879; R. WaterburyMa ei An Ar o Srvcdb th m krhmsl
Brauer preaches on "Shepherd and 1484 vs. J. Spero; D. L. Neumann
Sheep." Moscow, April 25.-The Sinclair Oil 825W vs. Nieman 1061M; J. Shapiro! At.
12:00-Student Bible classes meet In company has appealed to the Soviet 1170W vs. R. Weber 244511.
Wesley hall. Supreme court against, the verdict of
3:00-Hindustan club meets In Lane the Moscow district court which an- .d St. 14ouis, Mo., April 25.- Rogers dr s PnSo
ball.I nulled the company's oil concessionIHonb Cardinal second baseman,}
3.30-University Girls' Glee club meets' in Saghalien. who.. suffered a slight concussionofH l 2 0drp of inFlw a to c
in Hill auditorium for the twilight the brain when it in the head by aHod2 0 rps finFlw ttuc
concert. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS, pitched bal in Thursday's game with
4:15-2Mr. Palnmer Christiaql, Univer--__________
sity organist, and the "University ---_--___ -- -----
Girls' Glee Club present twilight If;;:;.::- : :;.:, ;:..::
concert in hill auditorium. '::..''A "d/'S"' """""r"" "''rs"I
5:30-Student supper ald fireside chat
a t t e C n r g t o a h r h h !to p i c i s " D a t e s a n d D a t i n g : B o y : r ? : . . : , : : : : . : . : : " .4 : : :: > ^
and Girl Friendships."
S :30-Social halo-hour at Wesley hall.
0:307:31-Students social (tour, sup-T IS
per, and discussion at St. Paul's For the Service of the Students T IS.."beI)'f
Lutheran church. Our primary aim is to serve the student body Ini the best "ae o
5 :45-Unitarian, Students' Union s% possible manner. This pokeiy will be maintained as lots;ii clri teo td' ca-frs ~,Y ~a
ial meeting at the church. as we are In business. Vvdclrsth ousaningchrfesns
6:i0Weslof n o icetng elec. 11 11 S. University A e hn 116- actenistic of our new shipment of
tionof0-W ers ' t l meig ve hn 0RSpring tes.Tr O u
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When fire or accident puts it out of
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policies.
This loss is covered by Use and Occu-
pancy fInsurance-a protection everyone
who owns a building should know about.
Let us explain it to you.
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Phone 644

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Thin Mints.................................. 75c
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