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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1926

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THE- MICHIGAN DAILY

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D AILY OlFFICIAL BU LLETI N
Publication in the Bulletin is contructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. in. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays).
Volume 1I WEDNiSDAY, MARCH 17, 1926 Num er 126
,Vocational Lecure:
Dean Day _ the .School of Business Administration will speak on "Col-
legiate Preparation for Business" as the sixth eture in a series of Voca--
tional talks arranged by the Vocational Counsel omittee of lice S. i.A
Natural Science ;Auditoriuma, 4:15,' March 1.
M. . A. .Wnger, Cairmian.
Mrs. Eva limer:
Will the son of the person named above please call at my office?
Paul -Blajshunrd Meethigs:
Mr. Paul Blanshard, '14, Field Secretary of the hLagu of Industrial
Democracy, recently returned from a trip around the world, will apPear tis
week under the auspices of the Round Table Club and the Student Chris-
tian Association for the following public meetings:
Wednesday, March 17, "China's Fight for~ Freedom," U. Hall 4:16 P. M.
Wednesday, March 17, "Around the World Steerage," Nat. Sci. Aud.
8P.M.
Thursday, March 18, "Soviet Russia," Nat. Sci. Aud. 4:15 P. M.
Friday, March 19, "Industrial Democracy," Nat. Sl. Ad. 4:15 P. M.
A slight admission will be charged 'Thursday and Friday afternoons.
Fred Schunaann.
Ann Arbor Art Association:
There will be an interesting exhibition of etchings by Ernest Roth, and
water colors and, prints by Grace R. Dean and J. Ernest Dean, in the West
Gallery of Alumni Memorial -Hal, from March 14th to March 28th inclusive,
Sundays7 2:00 to 500 P. MV., and week days, 1:30 to 5:00 "P. M. Free to
members, to students of the University, and children of the Schools.
Warren P. Lombalnrd, President.
fiostponed Faculty Meeting, Co~legs; of Engineering and Architecture:
The meeting of the Faculty which was called for Wednesday, March 17,
has been postponed to Wednesday, March 24, at 4:15 P. M. In Room 411,
West Engineering Building.
Louis A. IHokin, Sertary.
Freshman Engineers:
Regular Freshman Asembly will be' held in Room 348 at 11 o'clock this
morning.
C. 0. Wsler, Head Mentor.
Senior Mechanical, Electrical, Chemical Engineers and Business Adminis.
tration:
Mr. R. L. Lamkiu of the Union Carbide & Carbon Company will be in
Room 221 West Engineering Building, Wednesday and Thursday, March 17th
and 18th, for the purpose of interviewing those interested in positions with
this Company.
l. C. Anderson.
Twilight Organ Reital:.
On account of the indisposition of Palmer Christian, University Or-
ganit, the regular Twilight Organ Recital, Wednesday afternoon at 4:15
o'clock, will be given by PhilipLaRowe.
The program is as follows:
Prelude (Bach), Adagio from Symphony VI '(Widor), Grand heur inj
D (Guilmant), Carillon (De Lmarter), Festival Prelude on "En Feste
.Burg" (Faulkces).Dreams, Stougton), ocm; Vrato!(Bne)
" 'b} rt VaratinsaBolet .Si
Unhersity of Michigan Band:4
Rehearsal tonight 7:15 P. M.
Gordon acker. i
University of Michigan League of Women ,Voters:
A l frcbeon will bea held at the Gren 'Tree Inn, Thursday; March 1th,
at 12 o'clock. Make.,,eservations before Thursday morning with Genevive
Bentley, Dial 21225.
Dorothy Clin, Presdent.
World Cruise:.
There will be a luncheon for students interested in the cruie of S. -S.j
University at the Michigan Union, Thursday, 12:15.
Lionel G. Crocker.
Research Club:
The regular meeting of the Research Club will be held Wednesday, II
March 17, 1926, at 8 P. M.ain Room 2528 New Medical Building. Papers1
will be presented by Professor Carl L. flubbs, "Modifications of the Develop-
mental Rate as a Factor in Structural Evolution," and Professor F. N.
Scott, "Favorite Words." The Council will meet at 7:15.
J. R Hayden, Secretary.
All Graduating Women:
senior collars will be fold Wednesday at the candy booth in U-all
from 8 o'clock until 3 o'clock. This is your last chance to 'get them before
Junior Girls' Play. DrsSlgnf Crinai

Comedy .Club:s
There: will be an important meeting of Comedy Club Wednesday 'after-
noon, March 17, at 3:15, in Room 203 University Hall.
'Veal 'Nyland.
Bodie"ad Hislanica:f
A business meeting followed, by a. short program will be held in the
J.pper Room, Lane 11all, Wednesday, March 17, at 7:304 P. M. All mcmbers
are urged to be present.
Loran G. Bartley, Pres.
Phi Sigma:
Regular business nmceting, Room Z-242 N. S. 7:30, March 17.
C. Francis Byers, Sec.
1'1 Lambda Theta:
'There willI be an important meeting at 8 o'clock tonight at Helen New-
berry Residence.
Doris Glines, President.
Wednesday, March 17 th, at 7: 1 ii.'i Natural Science Auiditoriuini,
there will, be iihown two reels' of motion" pictures which 'wcre 'taken last
smzumer at the R. 0. T. C. Ordnance Camp, Abcrdeen, Maryland. All mem-
bers are urged to be present.

Mussolini Sh ows .Improvement

Report More
Grippe Cases
At Infirmary
'With more than 100 cases of grippe C
reported this week, the total number
of students afflicted with that discas e
is brought well above 250, accordingI
to the statement made late yesterday
by Dr. XMarren F. Forsythe, director
of the Health service.
"Grippe is very contagious," he con-
tinned. "There seems to be no way
to control it. However we have been
unusually free from complications of
any nature, aird, with tlje prpper treAt-
:mnent the disease does not last for'
Imore than three or four days." . j
Doctor Forsythe: would ' urge ally
students w~ho feel the aches and fever-
ish, conditions that, are the, symptoms
of grippe to go to bed at offce and tn.
stay there until well. He advises these
Ipatients to eat as little as possible, but
to drink a great deal of water, and if
possible lemonade and fruit jukce. It
is also his opinion that victims of the
epidemic are better off if treated in
t heir rooms than they would be in a
1Hospital or infirmary ward. If pneu-
monia develops in a ward, he explained,
it is very difficult to keep every pa-
tient in that ward from contracting it.

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Benito,"_ are jublant because Mussolini now is
rides,.lie is seen riding in thec Villa Borglhesi,
since his serious illness of a year ago.

health. of their chief. "Iil
ale to resumxe his daily
gardens for the first time

YALE. HEAD TO ADDRESS
CONVENTION OF COLLEGES'

Reistrar 'Smith, Effinger, 1),Ivis
'Ednmondson AWIll Attend

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"New Problems of Secondary School
Relations" is the subject on which
.tames Rowland Angell, president of
Yale university, will address the North
Central Association of Colleges and
Secondary Schools at its convention
to be held in Chicago tomorrow, Fri-
day, and Saturday. The speech by
President Angell on Friday will be
the feature of the meeting, accord-
ing to Registrar Ira W. Smith who,
with several members, of. the faculty,

left yesterday for the convention.
Frof. C. 0. Davis of the School of
Education wvil speak Friday on the!
"Quantitative Definition of Units ini
Secondary Schools." Prof. J. B 14:u- o d o , a s f t e S h o f F
cation, and Dean John R. Effinger of
the literary college are members of
committees.
AMSTERDAM- The Rev. J. Fl.
Ceelkerken, who in a recent sermon
cast doubt on the Biblical story of
Eve and the serpent, was suspended
Saturday for three months by then
general synod of the Reformed
Churches after a trial for heresy.
MOSCOW.- According to authora-
tive forecasts, this year's budget will
total $x2,000,000,000, which is 36G per;
cent greater than that of last year.

AT THlE THEATERS
' ~Today--Screen
Arcade - "Lady Windermere's
Fan," with Ronald Colnman.
Majestic-"The Blackbird," with
Lon Chaney.
Wuerth-"The Vanishing Amer-
ican," with Richard Dix.
Today--Strge
Garrick (Detroit) -- "Dancing
IMothers," with Mary Young
j and John Hlliday.
IBonstelle Playhouse (Detroit)-
( "'Why Not?"
IShubert Lafayette (Detroit) -
I"Chariot's Revue."
New Detroit (Detroit)---"George
IWhite's Scandals."

IPhon 4744 1111 South ulliversity. Phone 47,4
oeWe have your individual Need ti z Fountain Pen.
K Comei in and loot: thenm over.
'REMEMBEB,9 TODAY 1S SAINT- PA1TRICK'S

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"Law and Religion".
Professor Herbert F. Goodrich
Wednesday Afternoon, March 17

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Organised excursions "to industrial, financial-and art
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in General Chemiastry, Physics or Zoology. £or student
interested in M4ediine, Dentistryi or Engineering.
ONTHSHR OF LAKE MICHIGAN,
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College of Liberal Arts School of Music
School of Commerce School of Speech
School of Education School of Journialismn.
Send for FREE Booklet
Booklet, "Education Plus Recreation." describes the
coures of NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY SUM.
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advantages.
Address WALTEB DILL ScoTw, President
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY
604 University Hall EVANSTON, 113.

Drs. Bert and Beth Haberer
Corner William and Maynard
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Postporement 1
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Public
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General Admission, semi-finals.............. .50
General Admission finals.................... 75

Students
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All Gamzes Start at 7:30.

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Scabbard and Blade:
Members of this organization are requested, to, attend the lecture by
Capt., Briclker in Science Auditorium at 7:15 this e- euing ajidtb "remain
after the lecture for a short bu4Iuess meeting.

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