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LGE EIGNT

THE, MICHIGAN DAILY

I I T - T' IS D A Y, -MA tICTI

~GE ~IG~T TJIItISI)AY, MARCh 25,

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN,
Publication in 'the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until1
3:30 p.in. (11:30 a. nm. Saturdays).
Volume T1 THURSDAY. MARCHI259 196 nbe 1132
University Lectures:
Dr. 'William Pepperell Montague, Professor of Philosophy, Columbia
University, will deliver a University lecture Friday, March 26, at S P?. M. 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,E
"Evolution and Religion."
F. E. Robbins.
Woods Hole Scholarship:
Through the generosity of Dr. Bryant Walker the Uinivecrsity offers
annually a scholarship of the value of $75 which pays tuition at te Marin
Biological Laboratory, Woode Hole, Mass., during the summer session of six
weeks. Credit may be obtained at this University for work clone at Wood
Hole. Nominations are made by the Zoological Faculty. Applications for
this scholarship should be made at once to the undersigned.
A. Frakli Siiil.
Ulvcrsity Service:
_ The seventh University Srvic for the present year will be lihld in luill
Auditorium Sunday evening, March 28, at 7 :30 o'clock. Thel sermon will be
preached by Rabbi Samuel H. Goldenson of Pittsbugh, Pa. Thlis meeting
Is in charge of the Jewish Student Congregation. Temple Both El Choir
will 'sing.
Jon lEllitt.
Foreign Students:
The annual spring vacation tour through five Michigan cities-Battle
Crees, Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids, Lansing, and Flint-will occur this coming
April from the twelfth to the seventeenth. Industries, schools and colleges,
and other points of interest will be visited. Overnight entertainment will
be provided in American homes.
"Those students interested should get in touch with me immediately,
either by mal or at my office, Room 3224 Angell Hal, Tuesday, Thursday,
Saturday, 9-10 A. M., or Thursday, 2-5 P. M. The party is limited to twenty-
live. Carltoi F. Wells.
University 11omen:
All students who have required work to do in Physical Education must
sign up this week in Barbour Gymnasium. Classes for the Outdoor Season
begin March 29th.
Ethel 3cCormick.
Sociology 151 -Mlodern Social Problems:
The bluebook postponed last Friday, will be held in discussion sections
Friday, March 27.
L. J. Carri.
Senior Electricals and Iflclamicils:
Mr. J. . Coates, 24E, will be in Room 109 West Engineering Building
the rest of this week for the purpose of talking with those interested in
the Student's Test Course of the General Electric Company. Ile will arrange
for interviews with Mr. M. Al. Boring who will be in the same room on
Monday and Tuesday, March 29 and 30, to make final arrangements witi
those who wish employment with the General Electric Company.
Jsephl H. Cano.
Tolstoy League Lecure:
Dean Edmund E. Day will lecture Thursday, March 25th, at 4:15 in
Room 231 Angell H-all on "What is Religion?" The public is invited.
F. S. Odedonk.
Soeledad Ilispanica Lecture:
The fourth lecture of the series will be on "The Epic Poetry of Spain,"
to be given by Mr. Eddy of the Romance Language department at 730 this
evening in Room 25 Angell hall.
Marshall I. Lev y, C Jiiriman.
"QClilren Of T Ioo:"
Martin Falvin's three-act drama "Children Of The Moon" will be pre-
sented as the first program in the Play Production series tonight and tomor-
row night ,(on Thursday and Friday evenings), March 25 and 26, promptly
at 8:00 o'clock in University Hall. Coursei tickets for the series may be had
at the book stores.

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Only living ex-president, and the chief justice of the Supreme court
of the United .tates, appears hiale and hearty iW his latest photo, taken
as be was walking in Washington. Daily strolls are keeping the chief jus-
tice's weight down below what it was when he was the occupant of the
White House, as you see.

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LOCAL EVENTS
For notices not otherwise mentioned in
The Daily. Items will be published on
two successive days only. Copy must
be submitted to the Local Events !
Editor by Q P. M.
4 li ta'+lia y
N. W. Eddy, of the Romance lang-
uages department, will speak on "The
Epic of Spain" at 7 :30 o'clock to-I
bight in room 25, Angell ball. The
talk is under the auspic es of the So.
eledad Hispanica.
Friday
There will he a South American

Wart hi n To Give
Talk To Alumni
Prof. A. S. Warthin, of the Medical
school, will address a group) of Michi-
gan alumni at Phoenix, Ariz., tonight.
Professor Warthin is on his way back
to Ann Arbor from Pasadena, Calif.,
where he delivered the dedicatory
address at the Stanley Black Me-
Imorial building.

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Picture party at 3 o'clock in Wesley
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nal clubs tonigit, in Rtoom 436 N. S. Bldg.
will talk. Is subject is ''New Informat
talli will be illustrated with lantern slid(
vite(l to attend.
The Zouology Joiual Clumb will imeet
in. BLoom M2. N. S. 13141:,. Professor ilL
llveto)ic Solut ion on l'rotohlasnn' and
Staos ) jof Ir";iV lIlubbs will c
n1t('c,I eed i Ocordictl iv1 ii oilto attendl.

PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW.
at 8 P. M. Prof. Preston E. James
tion on the Amazon Valley." The
es. All interested are cordialy in-
IWalter A. Ter WIIebe, Secetary,
Thursday, March 25, at 7 :30 P. M.
1)1'unI will dis5cuss "The Actioni of;
1"Tho Effect of Heoat on Various
discumss "What is H-omology?" Alli
Frank '.. Blanchjard. j

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Matinee Saturday

Seats $1 to $3.

Good Seats Still, vailable

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