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February 18, 1925 - Image 16

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Publication In the Bulletin is construtive notice to all -nembers of
the University. Copy received bythe Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. :n. (11:30O a. m. Satrday
Volume i WYEINESI)AY, FEBRUARY 18, 12 dubelr 101
Univiersity Lec tre:
Dr. Worthington C. Ford wil lecture on "'A Letter of Alexander 1am-
11ton, and Hlamilton's Influence Upon Washigton" on Wednesday, February
18th, at 4:15 P. M. in Room 1025 Angell Hall. C. H. Van ''ye.
Extra Hours Commiiittee:
All requests for extra hours have been acted upon b iy the Commit tee
and card notices have been sent out to all petitioners, anl should be received
within a day or two. If by any error a petitioner does not receive such notice
either of denial or grant, or a summons for consultation, he should make
inquiry at the Registrar's Office at his earliest convenience It is too late
to hand in new requests. J. W. Scholl, Cairan~.
Alpha Omega Alpha Lecture:
Dr. Frederick A. Coler, of the department of surgery, wil give the se-
end lecture in the Alpha Omega Alpha series of lectures on Medical History,
in the West Amphitheatre. of the Medical Buiding, at 7:30 o'clock, Wedes-
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, pre-medical students and the
general public are invited to attend.
Waler DI. Simpson, Presidet.
Senior Women:
All "Senior women must have their measurements taken for caps and
gowns by Saturday, February 21, on the second floor of Mack's.
E. S. Melsel, Cp ad G (own Commiuttee.
To All Engineers:
The motion picture entitled "Power" will e shown in the Natural
Science Auditorium, "Thursday, Feb. 19, at 7:30 P. M. It is an iteresting
and non-technical stoy of the progress man has made in the development
of power from all sources, including some of the large power plants built
by Stone and Webster .Inc. This film: is shown by the U. of M. Engineering
Society and is open to the public. L. C. itts..
Freshmen Engineering Class:
The regular weekly assembly will be held Wednesday, February .1, at
11:00 in Room 348 Engineering building. Professor 'len. F. Bailey will
speak to the class. J. C. Brier, Mentr.
Chemistry 1 Qaulittive Analysis:
First semester students may obtain their charts Wednesday afternoon,
February 18, between 1:00 and 5:00 P. M. 1. A. Smuc'.
French 1,03:
The new secton of French 153 (Advanced Composition) will meet Mon-
day and Friday at 8:00 o'clock, Room 304W south corridor, not 305W as
previously announced. The class to be taught by Mr. Pargment.
A. G. Cafield.
Tiight Organi Recital:
The following program will be given by Paler Ciristian In Hill Audi-
torium Wednesday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock:
Fantasia and Fugue in C minor (Bach) ; Air in I) (Bach) ; Minuet.
(Boecherini); Grand clour (Guilmant) ; Nocturne (Mendelssoh); Sprig
Song (Hollins); Ave Maria (Bach Cond) ; Allegro (Symphony 6) (Widor).
Clarles A. Sink, Secretary.
Botanical Senar:
Botanical Seminak~ meets Wednesday, February 18, at 4310 117 N. S
Building. Paper -by C. C. Glovr-"Principles- underlying botanical classifi-
cation." I. 3M. Mals.
i~uversty of Michigan~ Rand:
Regular rehearsal tonight at 7:00 o'clock at the band ball.
- Arthur M. Siiitl, Student :Maager.
Student Ma thematics Society:
There will beta meeting of the Student Mathematics Society Weder;-
day, Feb. 18, Room 151 Chemistry Building, at 4 P. NI. All students are
cordially invited to attend. it. S. Steiner, Secretary.
Alpha Epsilon Nu:
Initiation will e held Thursday, February 19, at 5:0) o'clock at the
Michigan Union, There will be an important business meeting and election
of officers following and all members are urgedI to be lpreent.
Arhu' 3. S~it, Librarian.
La Socedaid Hispanica:
The regular meeting of the Sociedad Hispanica wil be held tonight in
Room 320 Michigan Union. The attendance of as many members as p)ossile
Is desired because of important Business relative to the play. An interest-
ing entertainment is on the program. Mairhal I. Ley.
Rtesearchi Club:
.The Quarter-Centnnial dinner of the Research Club of te lUniverst3
wiii occur at the Michigan Union this (Wednesday) evening at 6:01 o'clock.
11'111am I. Hobs, Pesdent.
U. S. Naal Resere Force:

The University Unit will meet Wednesday, Feb. 18th, at 7:30 P. 10. in
the 1t. 0. T. G. Drill Hall. Lt. L. C. Lceier.
Black Quill:
'There will be a social meeting of the Black Quill on Wednesday, Fe)-
ruary 18, at 7:30-at the 'Green Tea Inn.
Lucille WOOlsl, Se'retary.
I'1 ILambda Theit:.
PI' Lambda Theta will meet at 7:30 o'clock tonight in the Martha C'ook

library. A short bt~u';s 11"inii will lie followed bty a social hour.
ill ric1 iFox, iPresidentf.
[Alpha Nit:
' l ie V(tIil1~ ir -tin~ of lpha X111 will 11" 1eld tionight instead of to-
1 milar)Y liy lt 0< iccouiit (Iof somie impr1it ait h)Owilesg which iis l be coil-
I tiidcred l" 're 11t timtu e. 3:11114s J. D111111.
l lsr,,:,. en<e m1cl in thes tornmtion of a llifle and P'istol (Tl1) "t, tlr'
! Univyer3sit yof Mic 1iga.. 'ailha ted withiithe Nat ional ifl 1e 'Associat ion as a
civiliarn cli., please callat the R . 0. ' . biiilliiiand :see(Ca pt. l1nn be--
twe ethle follow ing hotn ci;
\Vc(ine ;(hiy. 2-4 l'. Al.
Truisday, 10-12 1'. l
Fridiiy, 2-4 PI. Al. GVAW. Dunn, ,Jr.
Ornlovical lloird:
TrIe will bie a nmeet lug of thle Oratorical Poard, W'4ednesday at 4 :15 in,

q o1:3s1iestio)iI: WVhat new build-
ings 4 do you think the University needs
the most?
jWhere ;"uked: University hall.
1 'te autiwe; *: Aai'y IBicknell, '26,
i --"Phrobably because lately I've been
in activities in B~arbour gymi, I've no-
ticed the acute needi for a women's

teed at pres'ent. To mainltainl an ot1'-
derly and contented llnve(rs-JityV, i;
necessary to keel) the sltdeni ts anoOnChftLa -o
ed. Our movie houses are wo(,fu lly
inadequate to handlle the crowds(,ad
a new one would greatly benefit thow li'ii. o kh eoi cm;
University.'' C'X1lii;Ieo t wller-
Alice Elizabeth Lelatinen, '27,-- a: i' on'hi 1.1ri ul ii ' I n n
Women's League building. I ct.t t ii-'P & I ii111~ihrge; o
women have an equal chance toco- 1ei21' iXci I-;t 1 el
pete with the men. They lhavetlv- :1ol ileN Iiavinoli
Union-why can't the wvonmen have a'802' '7r1l 111 'tli(O~etlt
League building'?" willie chosen tr<)a inlte group of
Robert C. Teter, '2 8,-" ThE Unive.r- Irot5t ~nIt i lettlcn
sity is very much in need of at build-! test on e, 27c..
ing for the use of architectural stu-' Ior. the fl)ia l(%'lie r te seven
dents. An up-to-date architectural, speaIkerrs will be given a ph lIareo f
building is the logical thing to have the general tonic at 5:00) O'clock in
next on the building program." j the afternoon and ill iiie requ;ired to
Charles Parket, '26,-"A building to1 speak on that particulaIr poit at. tleo
care for the departments now housedI contest. to be held at ti o'clock1,inl
in University hall is the greatest need University hail. V". C. I lixon,'2,i
at present. This building is a vener-i in chiar e of the contest.
able fire-trap, and should be rem oved j- - --a o n a o sb e "1 A E OI U R C I E T


a.u u iingm u. 11 attendance is clesie d. I iilid-' iwhereacitesovrou
SMillard II. Pryor, President. ;ot 'l e atiiiso aiu
sort ca hecar'riedl on with some de-
gree of facility. Then, too, wve need
------ ---------- hall. more dormitories. The accomodations
7 :30---Chisian Science society mIeets for men andl women are in some cae
WH1ATI'S 0OING Ol~ in Lane hall. !not, creditable to a university."
Notices to appear in this coluimi~n mot 7:3[9- 1o1tii picture enitit led)I'oNer .- Charles Stephens, '26,-"'A newv
be left is the box at the Daily office
provided for trnat purpose before 4 -shiowni ll N. S. auditorium, movie theatre is our most pressing
1o'clock preceeding the da.y of issue.
1 X1 :d1---rosfesor Hl?ey s* peaks to fehe 1"1iilcigci l ~ l
38 18, ngineering bhid lirig.-
I:1 'Of- -S sleunt AMmihciil ics Societ y
meets in room 131, Cheistry build- r I on g t h
1 :(111<i:ti{9- - -9lce Itlllo :I t ('onrega- g T g t i
-inz h' 1; 1,1--- Oratorical h1.)t il es inl roomat Gn er
321.1, Angell hall,
-1:5 l~'.Ford lec ires on "1A Letteri
of Alexander Hamilton anid H amili- and every Wednesday,
totn's influence Upon Washington" Friday and Saturday nights
in rooin10)25, Anigell bail.
1:15 --1r. 111111,1s slicaks oii "Zoll- IMUSIC BY
liig,' ini N. S. auditorium. Bill Wilkins and His
-1:145-- ''willhi tOrgmwi1 recitAll ]1111l j Granger Eight
-i :30 - - ut iii kth c1 m c li 1't il eets illJ
0i : 3 0) . - e s e 'a r c h c 1 1 1 1 ) h o l d s b a n q u e t a t1 11
th l UD,7;03 1nion.sty o ichiigan baud t1re-j M
hiearsal in band hall.
7 :15)-- 1'resllyteriali chorus relica Isall
at 1Lane hail.1C °,.' -
7:15---Atlienai mieds in its c111l! roo 'ils-
on the fetr li floor of An,,e11 hall.
7 :15- --- (dl in 1A icr,)rysociety3 holds
ele(-tivl i 1iits, club)rooms in Angell
7:34)- Tn h r41 i ItOfof the ..
Na va I2 1, i-v(. Plo -meets inl;tile
R.U 0. 1% C. I h'ill hall.
7 :,*',-- -Pi Ntla iia fi lt eels in .Mar.
t':(ha ol (e lilira i'y.I
7 :';"' e'~h Q401illhold; Social it!S rn
(: C ;ui-m Ir; uli.
7 .3 ' l" rr3 lic;a Iig iiiersi' smoker T p o t
at, he liilotn.To c at
7 :3s41 -- Ql fi'rdE'V( S$Cot ilI( met s i-
room 8';, 1iuii.
7:30) - YI;.:llls n i ii 31 it;-,131 (-l!)!rati-ick - Duluth
1105;iill 100111 8302, (.ion. H and T ailored
7.0i:3 I. a 'ce~alI piti)11tta meet's ina
ro 21), 1 11ol1. ITopcoats.
t :,0t1 P r. o P er tee t ho es o n 118,1i1g- Z n
ery ()1' 11 )a rk Age s''in lwv' et$2 an $3
r11if1llitlh(';!(!1rof l(tse medical1 buildl- , Greater beaut
7:30 l'cnS34,111 miia l,) mee-ts ill di sti nc tion-ex-
rom20, Al onl[)ill. e, lusiveness in.
7:14-4 )e lelay mieet ing in Harris!
iall. weaves an d


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The Michigan Bell Telephone Corm-
pany always is building-always ev'
pandin g its service in order to
efficiently serve the,,,growing needs
of Mic an higan

Last year the Michigan Bell Telex
p hone Company's expansion was
one of the greatest in Michigan's
telephone history--and that program
is being continued.
108,984 miles of new telephone wires
were installed during 1923; 98,501 miles
to give additional local service; 10,483
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1,110,369 miles of wire now connect
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96,805 new telephones were connected
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for a net gain of 36,1x17, during 1923;,
49,686 were added through the purchase
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increasing the value of the service to
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Michgan serve 112,049 more; 14,000,-.
000 others can be reached elsewhere in,
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total increase of telephone plant mpade
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And an organization of 10,2719 loyal
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igan. It is their unanimous desire to
gie the people of our state the
hihest possible grade of telephone
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1.1 I ,, ill Ills n ~speaiks on "It-
gionlal lahinning wvith Special liet('Ij
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in1 on atHetUnion.
7:15 ---Pnt Ia literary sochet 3' hold try-
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