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April 28, 1925 - Image 8

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Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice toi all members of
the University. Copy received bj) tl:e Assitant to the Fresuk'ent until
3:30 p. in. (11:30 a. in. Saturdays
Volume 6 TUESbAY. APRIL 128, 1924 Niumber 1-)"
To) Seniors Interested in P'ermanent Positions; and to Juniors Interested in
Summer PositionishIn Branch Factories, Where rl1"e3. ill be Under Ob-
servration= for Permanent Positions:
Mr. J. B. McClere, of the H. J. Heinz Co., will be in Room 2, University
Hall, from 9:3A0 A. M. to 2:00 P. M., Wednesday, April 29.
J. A. Bursley.
Attention, Art Students:
The Inlander wishes to use in the next issue several woodl block cuts.
Cuta In either wood or linoleum can be used in the presses without harm
to the block., They may be of any size up to five by eight inches and may
be mailed with a proof print, to the Press Building or left in the Rhetoric
Office, 32 2 Ang-ell Mall. Full acknowledgenment will be given, each cut used.
The Editors.
Contributors to the Inlander:
Manuscrip't for the poetry issue, of the Inlander will be received t the
Press Building until=,May first.
The next group meeting will be held Wednesday' evening, April 29th, at
7:30, at Professor Cowden's, 1016 Olivia. Manuscript to be read at this
meeting should be left beforehand in the Rhetoric Office, Angell Hall.
A number. of manuscripts which were submitted without return postage
may be obtained on application at the Rhetoric Office.
The Editors.
English 3-Public Speaking-For Engineers:
The regular weekly assembly will be held in Room 348 of the West En-
gineering Building at 7 P. M. Thursday, Pril 30. Chairman, Mr. S. G.
Reddy; Speakers, Messrs. J. A. McCowen, J. C. Lever, H. C. Dahnke, R. C,
Reason, 1R. L. Lindemulder, C. L. Foster, and A. S. Hall.
R. L. Lindenmulder.
French 113-Mr. Wadsworth:.
My French 113, which meets Tuesday, .Thursday at 11:00 o'clock, will
meet beginning Tuesday (today) in room 209UH.
James R. Wadswo~tli.
31atlieniatics 170:
The class in Mathematics 170 will not meet on Thursday, April 30,
1925. T. R. Running.
Public speaking 31:
Mr.. Crocker's andl my classes will meet in the auditorium of University
Hall at* 7 o'clock tonight. Henry WV. Grady's "The New South" will be
livered. __________ Carl G~. Brandt.
Fatulty Women's Club:
Tlhe Nursery Section of the Faculty Women's club will hold its annual
meeting on Thursday, April 30th, at 3:30 o'clock at the Club' House.
Taybelle 11. Whitney.
* The annual banquet and initiation of the Society of Sigma Xi will be
held Thursday evening, April 30th, at the Michigan Union at 6:15 o'clock.
Initiates are asked to present themselves at 6 o'clock.
A. S. Warthin, President.
Sienior Literary Comitl tee Chairmnen :
There will be an important meeting of the Executive Committee of the
So~nicor Literary class at 4 o'clock this afternoon in room 306 of the Mich-
igan Union. Richard L. Lau~renice, '2;, Class President.

La Sociedad Hispanica :
There wilbe a meeting of La Sociedad hispanica in room 302 Michigan
Union at 7:30 Wednesday evening. MIarshtall .1. Levy.
Tau Beta iPi:
The spring initiation will b~e held in the Esngineering Library at 5:30
P. Al. Tuesday, April 28th, and will be followed b~y the banquet at the Union.j
Initiates should meet at 5 :00 1'. TNL. over the arch.
Waldo K. Greliner.
! Acolytes will meet tonight at 8 P1. M. in 106 Al-. IH. Prof. R. lM. Wenley
will read a paper on "The Historical Influence of Philosophy.''
! Johin kuiper.
Matbenitlicill CI lb
Luncheon for the Club will 1)e servedl in the M.Ichlgan Union l'nesday,
April 29, at 12:15. 11'. 11. Dent on, Secretary.
Alpha N u Literary Society:
The regular meeting of Alpha Nu will he held tonight in the society
room at 7: 30. This meeting will be for initiated members only.
Norman Jothnson.
Republican Clb:
Th'lere will be a meeting of the Republican club) at 7: 30 o'clock tomorrow
I night in Room 304 of the Union. All interested are invited to attend.
11. A. Marks.
All Members oif the University:
Attenltion is called to the Facult y- Student dlebate tonight at 8:00 o'clock
in I-hill Auditorium. At this time the question of Intercollegiate Athletics
will be discussed, by Dean Hugh Cabot, Prof. Thomas HI. Reed, K. F. Clardy,
'25L, and Ray Alexander, '27L. All members of the University and residents
of Ann Ar or are invited to attend. Mill1ard 11. IPry or.
'Graduate Students in Education :
Conference of graduate students in education will meet at 7 o'clock to-
dlay in T .appan Hall, .instead of on Wednesday. Professor Carr of University
EHigh School ;will speak. All graduate students in edlucation andl members
of stal!C will 'be expected to attend. Clifford Woody.

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12 : 1----atlheunatical club holds luinch-
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-IM0-Mu iners D)ramnatic society
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provided for nIoat purpose before 4
o'clock, preceeJing tae day of issue.
41:00--Executive commiiittee of thejf
senior literary class meets in roomj
j. 36, ,Union.
4: 15 -Physics Collorqniii meets in
*room,=.1041, new Physics building.
Prof. It. A. Sawyer speaks on "Spec-
troscopic Displacement Law."
3:00-Initiates of Tau Beta Pi mmeet
over the Engineering arch.
4:30-Sprinig initiationi of 'Ian:Bel a
Pi in the Engineering library. R
7 :0%I----r. (Crocker's and Mr. Brandt s#
classes in Public Speaking 31, meet .
jin the auditorium of Uuniversity
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7 :30-Alplua Nu Literary society mieets
in the society's room in Angell ball.
S :00-Facult v-student dlebate in 11ill
Sauditorium on the question, "Re-
solved, That in their lpresent
form, intercollegiate athletics are,
objectionable, and should be mater-
ially modified."
8 A1)--Acolytes meet in room 106, Na-
son hall. Prof. R. M. Wenley recads
a pa per on "Th e Historical Influ-
ence of Philosophy.''
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Physics Colloquium:
The Physics Colloquium will mnee on Tuesday. April 28th, at 4:15 P. Al.
in room 1041 New Physics Building. Professor I. A. Sawyer will speak
on "Spectroscopic Displacement Law." All interested are invited.
H. llI. Randall.
The meeting this week will be held on Wednesday instead of Tuesday,
at 7:30 P. M. in the Adelphi Room. Trickets for the annual banquet next
week will be available at this meeting. Following a brief business session
the House will attend the debate with Alpha Nu.
Richard Ford.

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