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THr- .MICIHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY OFFICIAL

BULLETIN

Recent Photo Of Permanent Court Of International 'Justice

Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 P. im. (11 :30 a. in. Saturdays).
Volume SCI SATURD)AY, FEBJWXIIAY 27, 1iihh; Nuniher 110
.Academic LPromiotions:
Promotions to and within the professorial ranlis, effective -with the
, ,niversity year 1026-27, were made by Regents' action), February 25, as fol-
lows:
College of Literatur'e, Scienice, anid the Arts.
FrankNelson Blanchard, Ph.D., from Instructor to Assistant Professor
of Zoology.
Lawrence McKinley Gould, Sc.D., from Instructor to Assistant Profes-
6rof Geol~ogy.
Russell Claudius Hussey, Ph.D., from Instructor to Assistant Professor
of Geology.
Albert Hyma, Ph.D., from Instructor to Assistant, Professor of History.
James Hallett Hodges, Ph.D., from Instructor to Assistant Professor
of General and Physical Chemistry.
Henry Clinton Hutchins, Ph.D., from Instructor to Assistant Professor
of English.
John Brooks Moore, Ph. D., from Instructor to Assistant Professor of
English.
Lewis Stephen Ram~sdell, Ph.D., from Instructor to Assistant Profcssor
of Mineralogy.
College of Engineering and Architeceture
Samuel Chamberlain from Instructor to -Assistant Professor of Archi-
tecture.
Anthony Joseph Jobin, A.M., from Instructor to Assistant Professor of
Modern Languages.
'Cirence Frank Kessler, M.S.E., from Instructor to Assistant Professor
of Me hauical Engineering.
Waiter Vancleve Marshall, B.A.I E., from Instructor to Assistant Profes-
sor of Architecture.
. Harold J. McFaclan, B.S.E. (C.E.), from Instructor to Assistant Profes-
sor of Surveying.
)'".Assi' stant Professor Robert Henry Sherlock, B.S. (C.E.), to be Associate
Professor of Civil Engineering.
' Assocate Professor John A. Van den Brock, Ph.D., to be Professor of
Engineering Mechanics.
* Medical School
-Detlev Wulf lBronk, M.S., from Instructor to Assistant Professor of
Physiology.
Elizabeth Caroline Crosby, Ph.D., from Instructor to Assistant Profes-.

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The Permanent Court of Intern itional Justice, established under
door" to the League of Nations, which holds its session at The Hague.

th e Versailles treaty, and described by Sen. William Borah as

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Pdostoffice Has
Unclaimed Mail'
Mail addressed to 29 persons is held
at the Ann Arbor postoffice as unde-
liverable. It may be claimed by the
owners if called for at the general
delivery window, main office, on or be-
fore March 6. Letters are addressed
to the following: -- I
'C. B. Anders, Harold Ayres, Thomas
"M,. Barnett, M. D., Walter Beerbaum,
Harriet Brown, Prof. E. F. "Burton,I
Monsieur Charles Cestre, J. CameronI
Cody, Robert Fowhmnan, Roberta
Green, Arthur Haskins, Dr. H. Theme,
Sumner Lawrence, Evelyn Mclver, Ca-
mille Maslin.
Iona Miehan, Betty Montgomery, Jo-x
seph Mullins, N. Y. Park, Charles R.
Perkins, Max Raerech, James Rogin,
Prof. J. P. Rowe, John Sade, Floyd
Sargent, Robert 0. Simonds, Mabel
Sites, William Tibbitts, Ella M. Wiech-
niann.
LONDON. - Gilbert Frankau, the!
novelist, addressing a gathering at
the Aldwich club, deplored the m1is-
understandings created both in Amer-
ica and England lby novels, films andl
news of a sensational nature.
Y~or every article for sale, there is
a buyer. Reach him thru Classifleds.

Hoping to arrange for relationships
between the newly organized Amer-
ican Student federation and the Fed-
eration Internationale (des Etudiants,
an international student order, Ivis-
on Macadam will address members of
the Studi'nt council, the Womens' lea-
gue, the Student Christian association,
and the Young Women's Christian as-
sociation at a luncheon at noon tmr
tmorrow -at the Lane hall tavern.
M cadani was one of the founders,
of th~e British National Union of Stu-
dents-. and w.as in 1922 president of
that, organization. He is now the
first vice-president of the Jnternation-
SC IOR LAWY STUDlENTS I
Dues for the members of the
senior class of the Law school
? must be paid by March 5. Un1-
less they are paid by this date,
names will not be printed on {
1the graduation invitations. Fees
can be paid to Jamieson, Purdy, I
IHarkrider, Page, or Gibson.
E CLAYTON C. PURDY, '26L,
E Presidlnt..

Extension Post
Appointment of C. A. Fisher as as-
sistant director of the University Ex-
tension division to take effect Septem-

-al federation and is here in an effort
MACADAM TO SPEAK ON tates.abishthiboyithUnte
f ttestals.hsbd nteUie
iSTUDENT.REa l TONPSFisher To Fill

Lber, 1926, was announced yesterday by
1the Extension Division. Mr. Fisher,
now principal of the Senior high
' chool in Kalamazoo, will fill the posi-I
f ion left vacant by the resignation of
Kemp Keena.
LIMA, Peru.-The Chamber of De-
puties has authorized a loan of 1,500,-
000 pounds with which to pay off a
Imaturing loan.

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SECOND SEMESTER

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BOOKS

FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS
' B00K STORE

sor of Anatomy.
Henry Charles Eckstein, Ph.D., from Instructor to
of Physiological Chemistry.t
Al rick Brynhiolf I-ertzman, Ph.D., from Instructor1
sor of Physiology.
s Daniel Arthur McGinty, Ph.D., from Instructor to
of Physiology.
.Albert Gaylord Young, Ph.D., from Instructor to.
of Pharmacology. , ;-:,

Assistant Professor
to Assistant Profes-
Assistant Professor
Assistant Professor
C. C. Litthe.

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lIadelivered. Mail:
Undelivered mail held at the Ann Arbor Post Office will be0 found listed
elsewhere in The Daily.
r S. fi. S11ith.
Mleitr of the Admnlistratie eard, College of Literature, Scienice, and " -
the. Arts:
There will be a meeting of the Administrative Board on Monday, March
1, at 7:30, in Dean Efflnger's( office;
wIV. ut umphrieys.
Ann Arbor Art Association:
There will be an exhibition of paintings of Michigan artists, selected
from the Scarab Club's exhibit at the Detroit Institute of Arts, shown at
Alumni Memorial Hall, until Feb. 28th, week days 1:30 to 5:00 P. M., and
Sunday 2:00 to 5:00 P. M.
Wiarreii P. I~oiuibard, iPres.
house Danees:
The following organizations have been given permission to hold parties
on Saturday, February 27. 1926:
Alpha Epsilon Phi
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Xi Psi Phi
Martha Cook Dormitory
J. A. Bursley.
Interfraternity Compecl:
There will be a regular meeting of the Interfraternitv Council Monday,
March 1. 1926, Room 302, Michigan Union at 4:30 P. M.
Members of Group II- Chi Psi, Phi Gamma Delta, Delta Tau Delta,
Sigma Chi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Sigma Delta, Chi Phi, Phi Mu Delta,
Sigma Alpha Mu, P-hi Kappa, Kappa Delta Rho--will meet at 4: 15 to elect
a new secretary, the office left vacant through graduation.
Jachsoni Stithi.
There will be a meeting of all Michigan Women in Ann Arbor at Lane
Hall{ Auditorium, Monday evening promptly at 7 o'clock.
All friends interested in the Women's Building are also invited to be
present. It is hoped the balance of the Ann Arbor quota will be0pled0(ged
at thjs'tiine.
Mrfts. J. t0. Sehlotterbecl, Chaiirmnifu for' Ann Arbor.
Alpha 11u:
Alpha Nu debating society will hold tryouts for membership on M*Aonday
afternoon at 2 to 5:30 P. M. in the chapter room on fourth floor of Angel
H-all. The question to 1)e discussed is. Resolved, "That the miethod of
handling a moral prpoblem as. typified by the eighteenth amendment is wrong
in principle." Talks shall 1)0 limited to five minutes. Anyone who) is inter-
ested in. extemporaneous speaking 01' debating and especially second se-
mester Freshmen who are interested in same are invited to try out at this
time.
ltobt. E. ')lini je, Presidenit.
To Students Interested in Summ~er 'Employment::
Mr. B. S. Hagar will 1)e in Room 431, Michigan Union. today and for the
remainder of the week-all day andI evenings-to interview students inter-
ested in summer work.
J. A. Bursley.
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