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Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the Universi#:y. Copy received by the Assistant, to the President until
3:30 p. mn. (11:30 a. mi. Saturdays).
Volume VilSUM)N AY, )MARCHI 7, 1923 Numiber 117
To the Senate Council:
The Senate Council will meet on Tuesday, March 9, at 4:15 P. Ml. in the
President's office. Please note the change of (late which has been explained
in a note sent to members of the Council.
F. E. Robbins.
University Senate:
The third regular meeting of the University Senate for the year 1925-
1926 will be held in Room C, Law Building on Monday, March 15, at 8:00
P. M.
Order of Business:
1. Election of a member of the Board in Control of Athletics to suc-
ceed Professor W. A. Frayer.
2. Election of three members of the Board of Directors of the Michigan
3. Memorials td Professor E. D. Campbell, Professor A. C. Klocksiem,
and Professor Filibert Roth.
John W. Bradshiaw, SecretaryT of the Senate.
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 Nohr, Recorder.
Students, College of Literature, Science, anid the Arts:
The last day on which approval will be given for the election of courses
is Monday, March 8th. AV. B. Humiphreys, Assistanit Dean.
Freshmnen Women :
All freshmen women who are interested in the Freshman Pageant are
urged to attend the Mass Meeting for freshmen women to be held in the
auditorium of Newberry Hall at 5:00 o'clock, on Wednesday, March 10.
Jean Hamilton, Dean of Women.

Arcade-"The Wanderer," with
Ernest Torrence and Greta
Majestic--"Joanna," vwith De)r-
j othy Mackaill.
V Wuerth-"The Enchanted Hll I,"
with JIack Hiolt and Florence..
Today--Stage. ]
Mothers," with Mary and John
BonstellPlys (Detroit )--r~in
I "TheSong and Dance Man."
IShubert Lafayette, (Detroit)-
"Greenwich Village Follies."
jINew Detroit (Detroit) - "Kid
Boots," with Eddie Cantor and
Mary Eaton.
Koelz was invited to go by the Na-
tional Geographic society. Among his
equipment stored in the Natural Sci-
ence building- are a number of fishing
nets, supplied by the government.

Name Architects'
Examination Date LOCAL EVENTS
For notices not otherwise me~ntioned in
TIhe Daily, Items will be published on
State examinations for the registi X two successive days only.Copy must
tion of architects will be held here be submitted to the Local Events
Iy the Michigan board of examinersEdtrb P.M
jfor engineers, architects, and survey-
ors, April 12 to 14. GENERAL
Application blanks and full infor-+ Sunday
mnation may be obtained from the of-j Philippine-Michigan club will meet
flee of the board at 2033 Park avenue, at 3 o'clock at Lane hall.
Detroit.REII S
LONDON. - Westiinister Abbey's 1 Sun1dy
interior is undergoing a general scour- Prof. Leroy Waterman of the se-,
ing with vacuum cleaners and ee- j metics department, and Reverend
trical scrubbers, and marvelous deco-; Chapman will hold religious educa-
rations in gold and beautiful bright' tional classes at noon at the Baptist
colors are being uncovered on walls( Guild house.
and llr which had greyed under I Jewish ethics group will meet at 3
tesoke and dust of centuries. 1 o'clock in the Jewish Community cen-

ter, 538 North Division street. [ at the Congregational church. Sub-
Jewish Student association' will:1 lec: "Is Our Campus Fair to the
meet at 4 o'clock in the Jewish Coin- Freshman?~"
munity center.I The Baptist Guild devotional meet-
Presbyterian students will meet at' ng will be called at 6 :30 o'clock
5:30 o'clock in the church for social; in the Baptist Guild house.
hour. Lutheran Student club, will meet at'
Presbyterian students will leave the the Parish hall, corner Fifth avenue
church at 6 : 20 o'clock for a joint' and Washington street, at 5: 30 o'clock
Imeeting with Congregational students today.

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University of Michigan Band :I
Special rehearsal, today 2:30 P. M. I UuN V ERIT
senior Hechianleal Engineers:0 K STR
Mr. R. E. Miller and Mr. HI. J. Robinson, of the Westinghouse Air Brake _______________________
Company of Wilmerding, Pa., will be in Roomt 221 West Engineering Build-
ingn odaMac on t ntrieMondaynersedi pstin wt i Marchitiiitllilillt8thililllllillitol lliiinterviewliiialligithosei11interested inii positionsi withiiii;
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Gordon Packer
Roysms 1041, iumNewe PhyisColismBuillmeat41P.MTusaMrh9inRskF o tm101,NwhycsBlding'. Dr. W. W. Sleator will speak on "Hluy-=7 i k sFr°h-h
guns' Principle and the Propagation of Waves."-No. 1. Anyone interested
isivte oate d invitedltlllllil to1Ulilil111I1t J111111lllllllllattiend.llliillllilllililliilllllli-g l
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M~athematical Club:
Regular meeting will be held in Room 3201 ,Angell hall, on Tuesday, There are seven distinct risks involved in Contrary to public opinion, these risks
March 9, at 8 P. M. Professor Shohat will present, "On the General Theory
of Polynomials." All persons interested are cordially invited to attend the every check you draw upon your bank. are not trifling. Each check has potential
meetings of the Club.w They are risks as to date, sintrater- psibilities for loss. Care on the pr of
W. . Dnto.gn iing, stop paymentsu, sufficiency of the depositor may minimize tem, but dan-
Mail addressed to the following persons is on hand and undeliverable ~aducletdfns h e e i~r neeypyet
"- aac aducllce uns'h d- grstill lner1 n vrypymn.-
at the Ann Arbor postoffice. It may be claimed by the owners if called for0
at the General Delivery window, Main office, on or before March 13. 1926, = nositor bears tome rss too, bu 1te are
after which time it will be returned to senders marked "unclaimed." Bankriskrbutendeyring a distinct puli
Larkin Bailey Margaret Hunt slight compared to the bank's..Bnsrdeigpbc
V.Brce Colbert Larner service in permitting checks to be drawn
Carrie Burbower Haken Lund-
Soon Ho Choy Prof. D. Marsh The size ofth account and the amoun int balances. Without this service the
M. B. Cochrani Prof. Carles Garcia Prada = ftec'c ae ohn od ~t business of the country would be retarded
Miss, Neil Dickenson . Race oftecckhvntigodow t tese=
Moeur FLtoyenDria Mar Smith rss osi ieyfo materially. It is a service they are glad to
Monieurse.D yAnlora V. S ithas lkey to result fo
Hazel Hannon Elmen L. Vernier1 small check as a large one. There is prob- perform gratuitously, but when the number
W. S. Harkins A. F. Wells f!ml hcsdanL
=- blya rale dagerfro smllbalnce ofsmal ceck drwnagainst small ga- :-
Prof. Hauhart 11. E. Wood 12 abyareerdnrfoms llaacs
Marion H-esse M. L. Zimmier halrgre.Bns actal oehn nces becomes the great proportion of all
Cheng uo ookof illonsof ollrstransactions, it becomes a serious burden 3
drd fmlin fdlasduring the course-
Koelz Has New Idea In Collection = faya o n rante fteeraos upon the banks. This would be so if only
Of M teral F r S ienificStuy1 ~the extra time and expense were involved.
2 Yet for assuming these risks the bank Whni scniee h ik r rpr
In order to mtake his study more given a number and label, and a roc- ! c. tionally increased, proportionally the burden I
thorough by collecting as mnany spedi- or'd of its characteristics is kept. Dr. receives not one penny for its services except beo sevngatr
mnaspsilofoeseisrt-IKoelz says that one "cannot judge a j ebthes inngratr.I
Wrenthan ol ew of oeeacakidsrh species by one or even by a few ! teiterest it is able to earn on the custom-
taonyafwoeahoalkidsamples, any more than you can judge l1
as ostscintits aveben stisiedhumn bing i geera byoneper 2 er s balance. WVhen this is small, overhead In subsequent articles in this paper, addi- 2
I 2os scenist hveteeisaisieandanbeigsinrelationsnepe-
in doing, Dr. Walter N. Koelz, of the Ison. There are no two alike."E=E charge, cost of sttinryan book-keeping, tiona eain of the bank and the deposi- 2
United States Bureau of Fisheries, Numerous other kinds of birds be--
sides haw*~ are included in the col- anoteexessmoetawieotte or ilbedcue. We rgyuo
who is conducting research at the lection, but they are saved only for2 anoteexesmrehnwieuthe tr ilbedcse. We reyuo
University, is limiting his work to the their exchange value. Many onitho- possible profit. watch for them and read them.
hawks and whitefish. His collection ogists, are not willing to sell birds, i m
has become so large that It has been but will exchange them for other 2
necessary to move part of it from his l hy IJ td n'=
ovrmnksi the Unium.versity Thairs wchebein e mul ovted E711o =i,"'
Dr. Koelz, although employed by the finest in the world."IAA ro u \ig iii .2
buildings, and in return for the pro- to tOre museum are still to remain the J AAb o2a
vision of rooms' jand ;supplies, the property of Dr. Koelz, and mlay be ex- .:Sret;Unvrst.
University will become the ultimate changed by himt, but they will be iI Two Offices---Corner Main and Huron Sres 707 North Unvrst
owner of the fish lie obtains. He is available for study. This group, l^E
studying whitefish for the Bureau of which numbers more thani 1000 spc lds n Largest Saig anluin astn out
Fisheries and has several thousand-of imnus, includes several which werlesen SvnsAnVd~I. Cut
them stored in the basement of the I obtained on the MacMillan arctic ex--
Natural Science building. E c Each eito as um eonfishr I l i1111lillilllililliilpedition1i1liillll11llltiiiilllastlumm r, n whch i ________ _____________________________________________t'

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