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PAGE EIGHT,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

. TUESDAY, TNIAR.CH 9, 1920

PAGE EIGI!~ TH~ MICHIGAN DAILY * TUESDAY, MARCH 9, 1926

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publicationin 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).
Volume V1 TUESDAY, MARCH 9, 1926 Number 118
University Lectures:
Dr. Ralph Barton Perry, Professor of Philosophy, Harvard University,
will deliver a University lecture Monday, March 15, at 8 P. M. in the Natu-
ral Science Auditorium on the subject "A Modernist Interpretation of Amer-
ican Ideals." Professor Perry is also to speak before the Seminar of the
Mi~igaxt rghqg of. ieligion at 4:15 P. M.Monday, March 15, in Room C,
Law Building,on the subject, "What is the good Of religion ?'.
F. E. Robbins.
Freshmen 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.
English 45:
I shall be unable to meet my classes in English 45 today.
It. C. Hutchins.
Architectural Acoustics:
I shall be unable to meet my class in Physics 130 this week.
1). L. Rich.
Upperclassmen, College oof Engineering:
Your attention is again directed to the following resolutions passed
bythe Faculty on December 14, 1925:
First, that we relieve upperclassmen (juniors and seniors) from ex-
plaining absences to and obtaining excuses from the Assistant Dean. As
a matter of courtesy they will explain their absences to their instructors
and, of course, they will be held to the completion of the work assigned.
Second, that we recognize as upperclassmen; (a) those students in
good standing, i. e. not on probation, who have obtained at least 65 hours
credit with an average grade of at 1 east C (2 on our scale) for all work
taken at the University of Michigan; (b) all new students who have com-
pleted a four-year course at approved colleges and other like institutions;
and (c) other new students with good previous records who, in the opinion
of department heads, may qualify for graduation within one year.
Third, that we withdraw an upperclassman's privilege should his aver-
age grade for all work at the University fall below C (2) or should he be
put on probation, and we provide for its restoration when his delinquency
is removed.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
Senior Lits:
Senior Lits may pay their past and present dues by sending a check
to me at 1502 Cambridge Road. Ann Arbor. Dues are $1.50 for the senior
year and $1 each for the first three years. All dues must be paid to date
in order to order announcements and invitations. Make checks payable
to: Class of 1926, Literary.
Charles D. Spencer, Treas.
Aeronautical Lecture:
At a meeting of the Aeronautical Society to be held this evening at 8:00,
Professor Pawlowski of the Aeronautical Engineering Department will give
a talk on Aviation which should be of interest to all. The public is cordially
invited to attend.
Frank A. Reid, Jr., Pres.
Tolstoy League Lecture:
Professor P. Slosson will lecture Tuesday at 4:15 P. M., March 9th, on
"Morality without Religion?" in Room 231 Angell Hall.
Tolstoy League.
Alpha Nu:
Resolved, "That the University of Michigan should adopt the Oxford
plan of class attendance," is the question for debate before Alpha Nu de-
bating society on Tuesday night, March 9, in the chapter room on fourth
floor of Angell Hall. ; The meeting will be called to order promptly at 7:45
and adjourn promptly at 9. Visitors are welcome.
Robt. E. Minnich, President.
Physics Colloquium:
The Physics Colloquium will meet at 4:15 P. M. Tuesday, March 9, in
Room 1041, New Physics Building. Dr. W. W. Sleator will speak on "Huy-
gens' Principle and the Propagation of Waves."-No. 1. Anyone interested
is invited to attend.
IV. F. Colby.
Mathematical Club:
Regular meeting will be held in Room 3201 Angell Hall, on Tuesday,
March 9, at 8 P. M. Professor Shohat will present, "On the General Theory
of Polypomials." All persons interested are cordially invited to attend the
meetings of the Club.,
W. W. Denton.
All Senior Women:
Senior collars will be sold at the candy booth in U Hall from 8 o'clock
to 3 o'clock Tuesday and Wednesday.

Doris Slingluff, Chm.

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David Lloyd George, as he casts about for an opportunity to regain
a semblance of his old power in Britain's government, is faced with de-
termined opposition of a large element of the Liberal party to his con-
tinued leadeirshi'p. The party already has lost one of its richest sup-
porters, Sir Alfred Mond, as a result of George's new land program.
Latest photo of the premiler shows him in his London home.

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Faciliy Women's Cuhb:
The Art Section of the Faculty
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LOCA L EVENTS
For notices not otherwise mentioned in
The Daily. I tens will be published on
two successive days only. Copy must
be submitted to the Local Events
Editor by 4 P. M.-
G E N E U A T
Tiues day
All Buffalo smoker will be held at
7:30 o'clock in room 820, Union.
Players' club will meet at 8 o'clock
in tile Adelphi room, fourth floor of
Angell hall.

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And an Invitation to In-
spect the Wonders of Your
Telephone Exchange

Senior Ball Committee:
There will be a meeting of the Senior Ball Committeec
of the. Michigan Union at 5:15 today.
William L.
Sociology Journal Club:
The Sociology Journal Club will meet Tuesday, March
Room 104 Economics Building.

in Room 304
Diener, Ch.
9, at 7:30 in
L. J. Carr.

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Dey Portraits
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Fifty years ago, on March 10th, for the
first time in the history of the country,
was the human voice transmitted by means
of electrical impulses.
Fifty years ago, over a single wire and a
"peculiar contraption" Alexander Bell car-
ried on this first conversation, and his first
words "Come here" still echo throughout
the world.
The world marvelled at this phenomenal
invention, for it was then that was born
our telephone system of today.
The strides that this service has made from
so humble a beginning are far greater than is
ordinarily conceived. From two telephones

completed in

connected with a single
wire it has grown into
millions of telephones,
with a network of
wires running into
central distributing
exchanges connecting

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Wednesday, March 10th
On Wednesday March 10th,
we cordially invite you to take
a trip behind the scenes, to in-
spect the wonders of your
telephone exchange. Weknow
it will prove a revelation to you

ichigan. Many men and
women are employed
constantly to give
quick and efficient tele-
.phone communica-
tion. That has been
the growth of your
telephone service.

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the whole land into one great community.
Today, your neighbor is only as far as your
telephone. He may be only a stonesthrow
away, or he may be in a far off city, yet
your telephone brings him at arms length.
Day or night, whenever you please, your
telephone places you in communication
with loved ones, friends or business
associates.
In our own state, the Michigan Bell Tele-
phone System has more than half a million
telephones, connecting with 125,000 tele-
phones of other companies in Michigan
and 16,000,000 telephones in the country.
More than three million calls per day are

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Tan Beta PI:
The smoker will be held at Alpha Chi Sigma Fraternity House 727
South State St. on Tuesday, March 9, at 8:15 P. M.
J. van Osenbruggen, Corresponding Secretary.
Women's Educational Club:
Women's Educational Club meeting on Wednesday, March 10, at 8
oclock in Room 109 Tappan Hall. Miss Martha C. Pritchard Library in-
structor at Detroit Teachers College will speak on "The High School
Teacher and!the Library." All those interested are cordially invited to
attendy.
Dorothy Dieter, Pres.

Studio 334 South Sate St.
Make an appointment today

Phone 5031

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