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PAGE EIGHT TEDY ERAY 1,12

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

T["E,' DAY, 17, jji27,

DAIY -OF FICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice t,.. all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the F'sident until
3:34 p. mn. (11:80 a.. m. Saturday.-
Volume $ TUESD)AY, FEBRUARY 17, 11924) innibcr IN1

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Admlwilstratie Board College of Literature, science, and Mhe Arts:
There will be a meeting of the Administrative Board Tuesday, February
17, at 7:30 P'. M. in Dean Effinger's office.

IV. It. iHumiphreys.

l IVWE1NESI)AY
! 4:15--lDr. Ford lectuires on 1"A1Letter-
of Alexander H ailton and I lamnil- cazl(' nerigblafU11IJmbe.
ton's Influence Upon Washington's granted leavte of ,tlsct for "the see
in room 1025, Angell hall. miad semester by t he hoaro.1 'Regent,
4 :15-Mr. Williamans sp e~lks oil "Zon- during this timle lie will complete his
ing" in N. S. auditorium,. book on1 "B eat T1ransfer anid iEvapora~ -
I, 4:30 - Botainical Seminiar miects il l ion." liW will con tinue ('t iIhave
room B-173, N. S. building. ' lhi ge of cer'taini phise-, (4 re-serc(h
6:00-RIesearch club holds banquet ait workz in the laxbora(tor>ies ofthe (d,(-
the Union. partmient, (liscontirnning only his class
7 :15-Presb~yterian chorus reltearsal room work, Ptrofess. ors F1<. IIles
ti at Lane hall.; and J. C. BrIer will conduct Professor
7 :30-D)r. Coller lectures oil "Silr9- Bad1ger's cla.sWsesduring his ,aabsence.
ery of the Dark Ages" in the West
*amphitheater of the Medical build-, Tokio, Feb). 16.--Ja.pan's catpital 1no>w
* ing. !has 10,500) automobiles, the nme
7 :30 Electrical Engineers' smoker having shown a large inicrease sinco
at the Union. (the~ earthquake.

Will Harold 11. McManus please communicate with Dean lHumphreys I1(-
day? W. ItlHumpheys.
Faculty Ine*etlag, luegs; of. Literati re, Science, and the Ars :
As announced"1In Sitnday's Daily, due to unexpected delay in preparing
" * the special orders for distribution, the February meeting of the faculty has
been postponed until Tluesday, February 24th.
John R. Effinger.
College of Literature, scence, and the Arts:
Changes necesitated by E gr~des received at the end of the first se-
mester, may be madec at the Registrar's office, on Tuesday, February 17th,
from 2 to G P. 14..
Lilian A. Hughes,_ Assistat Registrar.
t:Itt~eIs t3 edire ig
1)r. Worthington C,Ford will lecture on "A L etter of Alexander 1Ham-
ilton, ainl 1Hamilton's influ t' a UpQ~1 Washington" on Wednesday, February
' 18th, at 4:15 P. M.Jn Roogn,,025 Angell 11all. C. IL. van Tyne.
Lectures on City Planning:
Mr. Frank 1. Wil.Wmo f the New York Bar will deliver the following
lectures on "City, Plannijig from ,the,,bawyer's Point of View":
"Fundamentals" Tuesday, Febr~ary,.17, at 11 A. M. West Physics amphi-
t ~ theatre._
"Ztoning" Wednesday, F:ebruary 18, at 4:15 P. M. Natural Science audi-
torium.
" Planning for Beauty" Thursday, February 19, at 11 A. M. Natural Sci-
ence auditorum.
"Regional Planning with especial reference to the Regional Plan of
New York" Thu rsdgy, ehruary 19, at 4:15 P. M~ Natural Science auditorium.
The -public i, cordia.lly invited,. Aubrey Tealdi.
Alpha Omega Alpha Lecture:
Dr. Frederick A. 611er'of the department of surgery, will give the sec-
ond leture in the Alpha Omega Alpha aeries of lectures on Medical History,
in the West Amphitheatre of the Medical Building, at 7:30 o'clock, ZWedes-
day evening, February 18th The. subject. will be "Surgery of the Dark Ages."
The lecture will be illustrated with lantern slides. While this lecture course
Was Instituted) primarily, for medical students, pr-medical students and the
general public are invted to attend.
Walter X. Simpson, 1'residci.
] rench 24:
Those who wsh to take Pofessor Thieme's class in French 254,lpleas
meet at 4:10 o'clock Tuesday in Roomn00W to arrange ors for class
meetings. A. G. Caulield.
Geography N~o. 3:.
All students with initials A-c inclisive will meet for lecture in Room
No. 231. All others-4will mneet a usual in Room No. 25. Quizz section and
seating lists have been posted on the irst floor bulletin boards of Angell
Hull. K. C. 3lcurry.
Hygiene 101:
New quiz section arrangements are posted in Newberry Hal. Please
look at them before coiming to quiz on Wednesday, as several changes have
been made. Nathani Sinai.
Landscape DeSlgn 102 and 112:
STuesday, February 17, the class will meet in the West Physics Amphi-
theatre. Lecture by Mr. Frank B. Williams.
*Thursday, February 19, the class will meet in the Natural Science Audi-
torium. Lecture by Mr. Williams. Aubrey Tealdi..
3flh11taryr Science 2:
Classes in Course 2 Military Science will meet in rooms scheduled as
' follows: .
M. T. 1. W. 10, 1, 2-Room 317 W. Eng. Bldg.
W. 9-Rtoom 318 W.,Eng. Bldg.
T1. 9, 10-Infantry Lab. 'Old Shops Bldg. L t1. Briker.
rh1lo80'phy 17:
My aesthetics seminar will meet at 7:30 P. M on Thursdays in Room
' 406, library. 1. F. Carritt.
Xsychlogy 31:
A seating list for -Psychology 31 will be posted Tuesday on the glass
covered bulletin board in the Natural Science Building, at West door of
Auditorium. Locate your seat before 10:30 A. M. Wednesday, for at that
time the list will 'be removed. F. L. Diik.
Psychology 11--Perception:
A meeting of the class will be held Wednesday, 2-4, at which time per-
manet hour of nieting wilf be established. F. L. Dimmick.
Sociology 1I 0-I ntudm~imo:
Tile lectures lth 14 course will be given in 1025 Angell Hall.
East 'Engieerig Building Staff:
The 'regular mo~nthly luncheon will be hield Tuesday, February 17. in
Room 3201. Alfred H. Whie.

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Chohmedwoe will rehiearse on La Gioconda. Tuesday at 7:00)
o'clock P. M., School of Music. .Ear!:Y. Moore.
'Preliminaries for Mhe University Orattorical Contest:
C lass preliminaries for the University Oratorical Contest will he held
as follows:
j Juniors, (Brady, D~ixon, Garreals, Krasne, Dutton), February 24, at,
4 P.M.
Juniors, (I±lliott, Johnson, Lippman, Van Valkien1)ur h, Wheeler), Feb-
ruary 25, at 4 P. M.
Sophomores, Februar'y 26, at 4 P'. AT.
Seniors, February 27, at 4 P. MI.
f All contests will be held in Room '102 Mason Hall.
Louis Fick.
Rile and Pistol:
ThIlose interested'( in tbhe forin atI on of a R ifl andt1 Pistol Club at the
'University of Michigan, a fflihat ed with t he Naition al 1611e Association as a
civilian club, please c~all1 at the R. 0. T. C. building and see ('apt. Dunn b~e-
tween the following hours:
Wednesday, 2-4 P. M.
i Thursday, 10-12 P. M.i
iFriday, 2-4 P. MI. GHIW. I)umi, Jr.

CWHAT'S GOING ON~
Notices to appear in this column miust
be left in the box at the Daiy office
~roJvided lf~r that puIcpose before 4
SIo'clock preceedinig tne day of issue.
11 :00- -)irz. Williams'. spetaks ont "Fun.
(dalnentals" in West Physics amphi-
the~ater.
N12 Es Ell-iYI teii'('PiU' 1 Buiding Staff
have luncheon in room 3201.
4 :',0--l'iersity G irls' HIe club meet;
in room :305, Sebool of Mxiusic.
0:00l--- (himer of (ornatwe! holdsE
banqluet at the ne0w Masonic Temi-
ple.
7 :1W-Choral I W in iehiear'ia Ion Lat
Gioconda. ,it the School of :Music.
7: 1ei-)It. C'lemens club mewets in room
306, Union.
17::3j A diistIrathe Board College of
jLiterature, Scive andt the Arts
ineets in Dean E ffinger's office.

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R. 0. T1. (C. Band :
Nio'-ban~l practice tonight, Tuesday, February 171i.
It. 0. '1'.C. Contpa)nics:
It is (desired that wherever practicable that It. 0. 11'. C. students, rep~ort
for Infantry lDrill with the same compani to which they were assignetl
during the first semester. illu. 1T. (arperiter.
Adelphi:
There will be an Adeiphi meeting at 7:380 tonight in the society's room
on the fourth floor of Angell11Hal11. The topic for' discussion is the comn-
pulsory arbitration of labor disputes. Visitors are welc-ome.
It idltard Forud.
Acolytes:
Acolytes will meet tonight at 8 P. Mx. I'rof. Brand F1anslia i.rl will readt
a paper on "The Way We Think." eiOhlthjilper.
Prescott Clb im*fet lag:
'Til e monthly meeting of the Prescott Club will be held in I toon 803
Chemistry Muilding Thursday evening at 7:30. Drm. Carl I). La Iue will spn('ak
on his trip up the Amazon. (C. C. {clov-er, Secretary.

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712 Arbor Street
Near 5tat6 and Packard Sts.

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