THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SATURDAY, MARCh 20, 122
G(radualo English Club:
The Graduate English Club will meet at 8:00 o'clock Monday evening,
March 22, in Room 302, Michigan Union. Professor O. J. Campbell will read
a paper on "Shakespegre's Later Transformation of Italian Comedy."
l. V. Kreider.
;eet Wisconsin In League Debate
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 SATURAY,- 11ARCH: 2, 1923 itubcr 2S
Dr. William Pepperell Montague, Professor of Philosophy, Columbia
University, will deliver a University lecture Friday, March 26, at 8 P. MI. in
the Natural Science Auditorium on the subject, "Emergent Evolution." Pro-
fessor Montague is also to speak before the Seminar of the Michigan School
of Religion at 4:15 P. M. Friday, March 26, in the same hall on the subject,
"Evolution and Religion."
F. . Robbins.
;i ~cial i'ehicai' al in Lull] Auditoriu;
Faculty, College of Literature, Science and the Arts:'
The March meeting of the Faculty of the College of Literature, Science
and the Arts, will be held Monday, March 22nd, at 4:10 P. M. in Room 2223,
John R. Eflinger.
Mr. Clarence S. Darrow, of the Chicago Bar, and Dr. Manley O. Hudson,
Bemis Professor of International Law in Harvard Law School, will debate
the question of American membership in the League of Nations at 7:45
o'clock, Monday night, March 22, in Hill Auditorium. Tickets are now on
sale at the State Street bookstores, and may also be obtained at the Hill
Auditorium box office all day Monday.
League of Nations Non-Partisan Association.
Students, College of Literature, Science and the Arts:
Students in the Literary College desiring to apply for a Universityj
scholarship (value $200) should apply to the Secretary to the Dean, Room
1210, Angell Hall, fo'r an application blank, to be filled out and returned by
11. P. Thieme, Chairman, Scholarship Committee.
Seniors in the Literary and Engineering Colleges and School of Business
Representatives composing the Bell System recruiting delegation will
be here to interview all Seniors who are interested in permanent employ-
ment after graduation, as well as those who desire positions during the
summer months. They will be in Room 109, West Engineering Building, on
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, March 22-24 inc., to interview Engineer-
ing students, and in Room 204, Tappan Hall, on Wednesday and 'Thursday,
March 24-25, to interview Literary and Business Administration students.
Joseph I1. Cannon.
Students interested in securing profitable employment for the summer
in any part of the United States may apply at 209 S. State St. Room 5, today
(March 20). Complimentary tickets may also be secured at this time for the
moving picture showing the nature of the work, which is to be shown at
the Union next Tuesday evening. 3t. L. Stiles. ,
FIVE S'TORY HOTELq
Buildhing Association Of Chamber O
Commerce ConsidersI Tenta ;he
WOULD HAVE 110 ROMS,
Study of the proposed construction,
of a $300,000 five-story hotel in the
city will be continued, members of
the Juilding Association of the Chaim-
ber of Commerce, backed by nfore
than 50 stockholders, have dlecided.1
The proposition was submitted by the
investigating committee consisting of
R. A. Dolph and A. L. McDonald.!
The tentative contract which has
been signed by the state representa-
tive of a Chicago concern provides
for the constructio not a 110 room;
fireproof hotel, with provisions for
two additional stories, to be operated1
by a special operating company, andJ
to be controlled by local business
men through ownership of 51 per cent
of the voting stock.
Following the presentation of the
plan, considerable discussion was
raised over the merits of the various
features of the proposition, reference
being made to the preparation of a
counter propoal by local business J
men, and to an agreement between
the local Chamber of Commerce and
a national hotel survey and financing
system which would insure the pre-
paration of any subscription drive for
the support of a community hotel to
the latter concern. After explana-
tions by the committee and the Chica-
go concern's representative, a resolu-
tion was passed to continue the inves l
tigation with two additional members
to be appointed by the president of
the Chamber of Commerce, and to call
In today 2:45. All members shoulu
G ardon Packer.
a second meeting to consider the pro-
position within 30 days.
The financial scheme of the propos-
ed plan provides for the exchange of
the present stock of the Building as-
Sociation for two shares o fsix per
'cent garanteed nr ~-Prr fn d t kan i
);il. tt ~ tteetpreterrea soc ana
two shares of non-par common stock.
For notices not otherwise mentioned in
The Daily. Items will be published on
S two successive days only. Copy must
be submitted toythe Local Events
Editor by a P. M.
Upper Room Bible class will meet
at 7 o'clock tonight in Lane hall for
the celebration of anniversary night.
University alumnae working on
Women's league building membership
drive will meet at 1 o'-
clock at the Lantern shop for lunch-
eon. Call Lantern shop for reserva-
Social hour at 5:30 o'clock in Pres-
Michigan's negative debate team last night met the University of Wis-
consin team at Madison, Wis., debating the question, "Resolved, That the
tendency of centralized power andtresponsibility in the federalgovernmen
t shoul be opposed." Those in the picture, left to right, are Emanuel
J1. Harris, '27, Raymond Olson, '27, and Hugo Hustad, '26.
byterian church. Y. P. S. discussion!
at 6:30 o'clock on "What Is Your;
Aim In Life."I
The Lutheran Student club wil
meet at 5:30 o'clock at the Parrisl
hall, corner of Washington street an(
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Baptist guild meeting at - the Guild
house, 6:30 o'clock. Chinese students
of the University will be in charge.
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