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March 03, 1926 - Image 8

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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. m. (11:30 a. in. Saturdays).
Voume V1 EIJNEUSIAY, AM UWII I, 92( Number 113.
$aobtfIcal Furloughs:
f'aculty members ar, reminded that apliatios for sabatical fur-
losgh6 for the first semester of 1926-127, or for the whole year, will, under
the 'ule established by the Regents, be considr (d at the next meeting of
the board which is to be held Wednesday, 1\aeh 24. Such applications
shadtti be presented on or before March 15 through the Dean of the School
Qi,661ege concerned.
C. C. Little.
Beginning Saturday, March 6, the universiy fire whistle will be blown
eaofiagaturdav at 12:30 o'clock P. M., This practice is necessary as a regular
test to make sure that the whistle is in working order in case of fire.
Shirey W. Smith.
AiJon of Adiismtratiec Board:
B action of the Administrative Board of the College of Literature,
Diene, and the Arts, Mr. L. W. Behringer has been supended for one year
,ain'ba been recorded as E in Psychology 125, for dihboesty in the final
e~amnation in that course.
By action of the same board, Mir. George Costan has been put on pro-
ltiii for the current semester, for plagiarism in the written work of
Rhetoric 1.
IV. It. Huphreys.
Saptwoll Lecture Postponed:
Potponement of the lecture by Dr. James 1. Shotwell of Columbia
11~vrsty'announced for Thrsday afternoon, has been necsiao by
Dr. Shotwell's illness.,
League of Nations Noi-Partisan A ssociat io.
V'pivrsity Lecture:
b3. Henri Correvon of the Jardin de Floraire will give a lecture on
"'Uptne Plants and Gardens" on Wednesday, March 3, at 4:15 P. M. in the
l'~tural Science Auditorium. TJhe lecture will be illustrated by Lumiere
lld. The public is cordially invited. A eli
Vocational Lecture:
Dean Cabot of the Medical School will speak Friday, March 5, at 4:15
Its Natural Science" Auditorium, Topic "Medicine-A Profession." Under
at~spces of Vocational Guidance Comm. of the S. C. A.
M. A. Wenger, Chairman.
Ehlty, Colleges of Enigineering and Arhtetre:
There will be a meeting of the Faculty of these Colleges on Wednesday,
March 3, at 4:15 P. M. in Room 411 West Engineering Building.
a Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
1'lhology 43, 85, 37:
''he make up examination for those recorded as absent from the final
la4' emester in Psychology 33, 35, an(l W will be held Thursday at 1: 00
P., M.Win Room P 364 N. S.
W. B. Pillsbury.
Freshmuan Engineers:
t1egn Cooley will speak at the Freshman Assembly at 11 o'clock this
Mlrnhfog in Room 348.
Ye sure and be present. He has a message for you.
C. 0. WNier, head Mentor.
FcURY Women's Club:
Aim 'entertainment in charge of the 'T'uesay Evening Drama section,
followed by a tea, will be held Tursay, March 4, at the home of Mrs.I
CLarence Cook Little at 2:30 P. 1V.
Ella T. Aton, Secretary.
To Members of the Senior Education Class:
There will be a Senior Education class meeting Wednesday, arh 3
Rlogra 109 Tappan Hall, at 5 :00 o'clock. Everyone please be present.
Erm Sultz, Se.
8!]nJpr Mechanical Engieers:
Mr. . F. Rose, Assistant General Manager -Sales, American P'adiator
Coi}Iapy, will be in Room 22t Wednesday, March 3rd, to interview all those
int~reted in positions with this Company.
I. C. Anderson.
PkI Sfgmat
Regular Meeting, .7:30 P. M., Wednesday, M\arch 3, Room Z-242 N. S.
Dlr.W. B. Hinsdale will speak n "Aspec s of Michiga Archaeology."
C. Francis Byers, Se.
s hall be unable to meet my classes for t he rest of the week.
Inguneering Students egistered in itEl(e-Year Course an )Mechaicmiial ad
Udustrw lEngineering:1

]'lease leave cards giving your iiann, year, street and telephone numl-
her in nmy office, Room 2121 West Engineering Building.
11. C. Anderson.
t% . . Nayal Reserve Force:
The -weekly meeting of the University Unit will be held Wedlnesday,
March 3, at 7:30 P. 1 ., in the I4. 0. T. C. D~rill Ball.
1L. C. Leever.
Notice to. Cinese Students:
"There will be a short business meeting in Lane H all, Friday, March 5, at
": 3 P, M. A sleigh-ride party will follow after the meeting.
° 1'V. K. idy, Sec.
Organ Recital:
14r: Palmer. Christian, University Organist, will give tile following pro-
gramn in W;ill Auditorium on Wednesday afternoon, March lord, at 4: 15 P. M.:
1klipsody, (Cole), Vermeland, (Hanson), Andante, (Stamitz), Goblin Dance,
(Dvorak), Prelude to "Passifal" (Wagner), Air from "County Derry," (Tra-
ditional Irish), March (Symphony III) (Widor).
Charles A. Sink.
Cvil Engineering Students:
Professor John S. Worley will give his monthly lectures on Thursday
at ,9 A. M. and Friday at 9 A. M. in Room 11 West Engineering Building.j
.These lectures are illustrated. The lecture Thursday morning will be on
the early development of the European Railway and on Friday the early
Amuerican Railway. Senior classes in Civil Eng;ineering which meet at this

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For notices not otherwise mentioned in
The Daily. Items will be published on
two successive days only. Copy must
he submitted to the Local Events
Editor by Q P. AM.
Prof. Bruce M. Donaldsonl of the
fine arts department, will lecture on
"Florentine Sculpture" at 8:15 o'-
clockt in room D, Alumni Memorial I
hall. Professor Donaldson is lectur-
ing under the auspices of thle Cir-1
colo Italiano.
Metho4 st students interested in de-
putation work will nmeet at dinner at
5:30 o'clock in Wesley hall.
Christian Science society will meet
at 7 :30 o'clock in Lane h~all.
MARLBORO, Mass. -- Henry Ford
has purchased 42 acres of woodland
adjoining his Wayside Inn property
in Marlboro near the Sudbury town
MOSCOW.-Radio is becoming poy-1
ular among the Russian masses.j
About 1,000,000 home-dwellers now!
have amateur wireless sets.

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Enmgineers aantd Architects Materials
Stationery, Fountain Pens, Loose Leaf Books
Typewriting and Pound Papers
Candies, Laundry Agency, Tobaccos


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President Coolidge gave a few t wists to his pen as this ph:otograph
was taken and lopped more than $300, 000,000 from tile taxbills of his em-
ployers, the American people. Rep resentative Garner of Texa11 ranking
Democratic nmenmber of the House fin ance committee, and Representative
Green, Iowa, chairman of the House fi nance committee, are seen witnessing
the signing of the new revenue law.
hour will be excused and attendance on Professor Worley's lectures is re-
quested. All others interested in the subject will be made welcome.
* 11. E. Riggs.
Senior Mechanical Engineers:
Mr. L. A. Vaupre of the Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Comn-
pany will be in RZoom 109 West Engineering Building all this week. Ile
would like to interview thlose interested ill positions with this Company,
11. C. Anderson.
Pi Lambda Theta:
Pi Lambda Theta will meet at 8 o'clock, tonight, at 305 E. Liberty.
Doris ('lines, President.

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