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TH, MITCHIAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, MARCh 10, 1921

MICHGAN NTER

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. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays).
Volume VI WEDNESDAY, MARCh 10, 1926 Number 119.
University Lecture:
Professor Charles Sisson, of the University of London, will deliver a
lecture Monday, March 15, at 4:15 P. M. in Natural Science Auditorium on
the subject "Shakespeare in Native Indian." The lecture will be illustrated.
The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins.
Faculty, Colleges of Engineering andd Architecture:
There will be a meeting of the Faculty of these Colleges on Thursday,
March 11, at 4:15 P. M., in Room 411 West Engineering Building.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
Freshman Engineers:
Dr. A. G. Ruthven, Professor of Zoology and Director of the University
Museum, will speak at the Freshman Assembly at 11 o'clock this morning
in Room 348.
Everyone should be present and fill out mentor cards. If for any rea-
son it is impossible to be present please call at my office before Saturday of
this week and fill out these cards.
C. 0. Wisler, Head Mentor.
Round Table Club Lecture:
Mr. James H. Maurer, President Pennsylvania Federation of Labor, will
speak in Natural Science Auditorium Wednesday, March 10th, 4:15 P. M.
on "What's Wrong With the Coal Industry?" The public is invited. A nomi-
nal admission charge will'be made at the door .
John Ii. Elliott, Pres.
Engineering Students:
On Wednesday, March 10, at 4:15 P. M. in Room 348 West Engineering
Building there will be held a convocation of engineering students and
others interested to witness the presentation of a replica of the first tele-
phone to the University. Judge Kuhn, President of the Michigan Bell Tele-
phone Company, will make the presentation, President C. C. Little will ac-
cept the gift in behalf of 'the University. Mr. Alex Dow, President of the
Detroit Edison Company, will contribute some reminiscences of early tele-
phone development. Wednesday, March 10, will be the 50th anniversary of
the date on which the first words were spoken over the telephone.
Benj. F. Bailey.
Cercle Francais Lecture:
The lecture in French by Prof. Cestre which was to have been given
yesterday, March 9, has been postponed until Friday, April 2, at 3:00, Room
1025AH. This date occurs at the time of the meeting of the Schoolmasters'
Club, at which time Prof. Cestre will lecture to the Cercle and the Modern
Language Section of the Schoolmasters, the latter being guests of the Cercle.
Halfred C. Brown, Director.
Freshmen Engineers:
Dues are payable today above the Engineering Arch.
Dnald S. Smith, Treasurer.
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.
1. S. Naval Reserve Force:
The University Unit will meet Wednesday, March 10th, at 7:30 P. M.,
in the R. O. T. C. Drill Hall.
L. C. Leever.
University of Michigan Band:
Rehearsal tonight at 7:15. Committee meeting at 6:45.
Gordon Packer.
Organ Recital:
Palmer Christian, University Organist, will give the following program
in Hill Auditorium Wednesday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock:
Fugue in E flat (Bach); Air in D (Bach); Prelude (Clerambault);
Sonata No. 1 (Borowski); Berceuse and Finale (Strawinsky); Caprice in B
flat (Guilmant); Meditation (Thais) (Massenet); Choral Improvisation on
"In dulci jubilo" (Karg-Elert).
Charles A. Sit:.
Student Recital:
Pauline Kaiser, a student in the University School of Music, will give
the following program of piano and violin numbers, to which the public is
invited, in the School of Music Auditorium Wednesday evening at 8:00
o'clock:
Sonata, Opus. 28 (Beethoven) ; Concerto in D major (Mozart) ; Au Jor-
din (Balakinoff); Theme and Variations, Opus 19, No. 6 (Tschaikovsky).
Charles A. Sih.
Players Club:
The Players Club will meet this evening at 8:00 o'clock in the Adelphi

room on the fourth floor of Angell Hall.
Forrest Heath, Vice-President.
Geological Journal Club:
There will be a meeting of the Geological Journal Club at 8 P. M. on
Thursday, March 11, in Room 436 N. S. Bldg. Dr. Hussey will be in charge
of the program. Brief reviews will be read of some of the most important
and interesting 'recent contributions to geological literature. The reviewers
are Dr. Hussey, Mr. Holm, Mr. Smeaton, Mr. Stanton, and Mr. Karpinski.
Visitors are welcome.
Walter A. Ver Wiebe, Secretary.
Faculty Women's Club-Garden Section:
The March meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Robt. Gesell, 3
Ridgeway, on Wednesday afternoon, March 10, at 2:45. Assisting hostesses
will be Miss May Goodrich and Mrs. Wells Bennett. Amanda Everett.
A. S. C. E.:
There will be a meeting of A. S. C. E. at Lane Hall on Thursday, March
11th, at 6 o'clock. Attendance is required. Curt 11. WIll, Pres.
Notice to All Men From Buffalo, N. Y.:
Scalp and Blade invites all Buffalo men to a smoker this evening in
the Union, Room 320 ;7:30. (Due to an error this smoker was previously
a nnounced at the wrong time.) West J. Altenburg, Treas.

Wall Street Witnesses Furore

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INEW WATER SUITI
United States Supreme Court Extends
Permission For Separate
Proceedings
OTHER STATES PETITION
(By Associated Press)
WASHTINGTON, March 9.-Michigan
Monday received premission from the
Supreme court of the United States to
file a separate suit against the Chica-
go sanitary district for diversion of
the waters of Lake Michigan, but ar-
guments in the suit will not be heard
until next fall.
Meanwhile the suit brought by Wis-
consin against the . sanitary district,
approached the .oral argument stage,
following the filing of briefs Monday.
Wisconsin is supported in her action
by Ohio, Pennsylvania, Minnesota,
Michigan, Indiana and New York,
while Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee
and Louisiana have rallied to the sup-
port of Chicago.
The states of Michigan, Indiana and
New York, filed briefs Monday. Illin-
ois, the Chicago sanitary district and
the Mississippi valley states filed re-
ply briefs, challenging the jurisdiction
of the Supreme court and insisting
that the suit be dismissed for want of
jurisdiction.
Congress, it was argued by the pro-
sanitary district briefs, delegated pow-
er to the secretary of war to increase
temporarily the amount of the diver-
sion. For the Supreme court to de-
cide the controversy now, they insist-
ed would be interference by the judic-
iary in a matter strictly within the
control of Congress.
For every article ror sale, there is
a buyer. Reach him thru Classifleds.
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Little, Alumni Lend Support To
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That the University of Michigan ex- knowledge in the field of pure science
pedition to Greenland next summer with the imaginative appeal of ex-
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dent Clarence Cook Little and also of The Alumni association board went
the national Alumni association, is on record Saturday as heartily en-
evidenced by a recent expression of dorsing the undertaking of Professor
the President upon the subject. Hobbs. The resolution adopted reads,
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Hobbs combines, to a unique degree, Jto Greenland organized as a Michigan
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