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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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.,rm. (11:30 a. mn. Saturdays).
Volume JI FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1926 Number 115
Xembers of the Faculties:
The pre-medical requirement has been for some time the subject of
study by a committee. This committee would gladly welcome the expression
erf opinionts on the subject by any members of the University faculties. Such
faculty members are cordially invited to send their views in writing to Dean
Hugh Cabot prior to March 15.
F. F. Robbins.
Dean's Adv isory Comm ittee, College of Literature, Science and the Arts:
There will be a meeting of the Dean's Advisory Committee Friday,
M~arch 5, at 4:10 P. M.
Jlohn R. Efinhger.
Combined Curricula:
All students who contemplate 'registration in the Combined Curricula,
Letters and Medicine, Letters and Law, Letters and Dentistry, Letters and
Business Administration, Letters and Nursing, may obtain the application
blanks at this office, Room 4, University Hall. All applications must be
handed in by April 20.
Florence 3Mohr, Recorder.
College of Literature, ;Science, anid the Arts:
Attention is called to the fact that Saturday, March 6, is the last day
on which Incomipletes and missed examinations for the first semester may
be removed.
.sFlorence Mlohir, Recorder.
IUniversity Womnei--lioaise Presidents:
All signing-out slips for February should be turned in this week to the
office of the Dean of Women.
Jean Hamilton, Dean of Women.
Voeatlonal Lecture:
Dean Cabot of the Medical School 'will speak Friday, March 5, at 4:15
in Natural Science Auditorium, Topic, "Medicine-A Profession." Under
auspices of Vocational Guidance Comm. of the S. C. A.
Xl. A. Wenger, Chairman.
House Dances :
The following organizations have been given permission to hold parties
on F'riday, March 5th, 1926:
Alpha Rho Chii (Closed)
Comedy Club Reception at C hi Omega lRouse
Phi Kappa Sigma (Closed)
Sigma Phi Epsilon (Closed)
Theta Kappa Psi (Closed)
J1. A. Buirsley, Dleani.

LOCAL EVENTS
For notices not otherwise mentioned in
The Daily. Items will be published on
two successive clays only. Copy must
be submitted to the Local Events
Editor by 4 P. M.

"RELIGIOUS1
Saturday
Wesleyan players will present "Box
and Cap," following the basketballj
game, at Wesley hail.

' INI)IANAPOLIS.-A. sesqu i-cent en-
F.~ N R nial celebration of the victory which
Fridaymade the northwest territory a part
Chinese students will meet at 7:;3 of the United States is planned fork
o'clock in Lane hall. 29
NEW YORK. - The Countess of
Want a room? Read Page Seven Cathcart was still on Manhattan Is~-
and use the Classifled columns.-Acdv. land today.

M~useumi Receives expeditions, according to Dr. Alex-
ander G. Ruthven, director of the Mu-
Large Shiprent seum. Mr. Steinbach i the Michigan
-nttto' esdn olce in that
.-ia~cs, 1-aids. and a .phibia coin-I country.
1lpized 1 h^ zoological shipmnent from I "This shipment is of considerable
South America which reached its des-t scientific value,' Dr. Ruthiven said.
tination at the University Museum ; "because it represents a section of
yesterday. This collection, obtained the country from which few zoologi-
by Jose Steinbach of Santa Cruz, Bo- cal specimens have been received.
livia, is the most important South Species from there are very imper-
American addition ever received hiere, fecily known; undoubtedly many have
except for those obtained on Museum net been previously described."

The sh iinen>t Contained 252 snake,
11W lizaJrds. andl 1,852 amphibia.
Broadcast Paper
Byv Hobbs Tonight
"E xploration of the Poles o, Wind
on Our Planet," a paper written hy
Prof. William 1-1. hlobbs of the geo-
logy department, . will be broadcast
from station WCAP, Washington. be-
tween 7:45 and 8 o'clock tonight.

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The very best of these daily toilet
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ing the care they bought back
in 1915. Provinig that you can
buy a used Dodge Brothers car
at almost any stage of its life
and still get dollar for dollar in
value -- provided you buy from
the right dealer.
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JlOuse Dance-s:
-The following organizations havre been given permission to hold parti'
on Saturday, March 6, 1926:
- Alpha Kappa Kappa (Closed)
r Alpha Rho Chii Closed) V. ..
Phi Beta Pi (Closed)
Phi Sigma Kappa (Closed) j jP''. .
I. A. Barskcy, Dean.

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Blusiess Administration 205-hlusiness IAA:
The make-up examination in this course'will be given Friday, March 5,
in Room G217, Natural Science Building, at 3 o'clock P'. M.
E. S. Wolaver.
)iechanical Engineering 5:
Sec. I will meet in Room 348 WLest Engineering Building, instead of
R~oom .311, on Friday, Feb. 5th.
J1. F. Eansile11r.
JEnblk~ Speaking 172, Oral Interpretation:
The Monday lecture r.ection in this course will meet in Room 205 Mason
Hall. R. 1). T. Hllister.
English Classes: Colleges of ]Engineering and Architecture:
The Library Lecture for all freshman English classes in the Colleges
of engineering and Architecture will be given in the Lecture Hall (Room
1 0) "of the General Library, Thursday evening, March 4th, at 7:15.
C. _Y. Wenger.
On Friday, March 5, at 1 :00 o'clock, all women who have been working
ofi the quota for Ann Arbor for the Women's Building and all others inter-
ested will meet for luncheon at the Lantern Shop to receive reports of work
eicomplished. Reservations may be made through Mrs. L. A. Wikel, Phone
21948 or the Lantern Shop, Phone 6282.
Mlrs. . 0 . Seltlotterbeek, Chairuman for Ann Arbor.
Amnericain Math'ematical Soviety:
Abstracts of papers for presentation at the next meeting, to be held in
CieAgo, on April 2 and 3, must be in the hands of Professor Dresden by
March 10. IV. W. D~entoni.
PI' Delta Kappa:s
Regular biweekly meeting of the fraternity will be held this evening
at 6:00 o'clock at the Green Tree Inn. Superintendent Page and Principal
Thomas of the Howell Schools will present research studies, dlealing with
ti}e. Testing program and student union efforts in high schools. Informal
discussion will be allowed all present on these topics. Please note that a
number of guests are to be entertained,
lt.,A. lonn, IPresident.
Tryouts for English Debates:
.The next tryouts will be held on Wednesday, March 10, at 7:30 P. M. in
the auditorium of University H~all. Each speaker may have twelve minutes
and should be prepared to talk on both questions.
R. 1) _r.Hlollister.
M adepts, College of LiteraIture, Science, anld the Arts:
The last day on which approval will be given for the election of courses
is Monday, March 8th. IT. iV. Humphreys, Assistant Dean.

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