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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. in. (11:30 a. mn. Saturdays).
Volume VI FR.IDAY, M1ARCH 28, 1926 Number 1:33
Dr. "William Pepperell Montague, Professor of Philosophy, Columbia
~Unversity, will deliver a University lecture Friday, March 26, at 8 P. A\L 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. E. Robbins.
Regents' Resolution Regatrdin g Sabbatical Furloughs:
The following resolutions were passed by the Board of Regents at their
1neeting held .WCedlesday, larch 24:
Whereas5, this Beard in March 1922, by resolution adopted a policy. to
govern the granting of sabbatical furloughs to professors, associate profes-
aors, and assistant professors all in accordance with the recommendation
and request of a duly-authorized committee of the Faculty which had made
a study of the matter, and, further, at the January meeting, 1923, the Board
interpreted certain points in this policy, as requested by the Deans, and
Whereas, the plan thus adopted and interpreted is believed to be not
merely just and equitable, but as generous and liberal as the resources and
'responsibilities of the Regents will allow as a policy for sabbatical leave,
'Whereas, requests are being received from members of the Faculty,
through the Deans, in increasing numbers for sabbatical leaves on terms
more liberal than those provided,,
Therefore Be It Resolved, That Deans and other members of the Faculty.
be requested to famaliarize themselves with the terms of the University's
policy governing sabbatical leaves, and that they be specially requested not
do embarrass the Regents in the future by requests for departure from the
terms of the policyr governing such leaves as outlined in the above-cited
references to the minutes of the Regents.
Nothing in these resolutions should be regarded as prejudicial to special
requests for leave under special emergency conditions such as those of ill-
ness, or to leaves asked without salary.
Shirley WV. Smith, Secretary.
The following organizations have been given permission to hold parties
Friday evening, March 26,'1926:
Alpha Chi Sigma
Delta Sigma Delta
Psi Omega (Closed)
J1. A. Bursley.
Fellowslhips, Mi1chigan School of Religion:
There are a limited number of fellowships which may be awarded to
graduate students of high scholarship who are preparing for important fields
of religious activity. Applications should be filed by April 1.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretarxy.
Faculty, Colleges Engineering and Architecture :
Mid-semester reports on all students who are below passing should be
filed in the Secretary's office by April 1.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
1 Butterfly, (Deno Hubay) Marian Strubte Freeman; Bourree Op= 16 No. 1j
(Louis Vuillemin), Passepied Op. 16 No. 4 (Louis Vuillemin) Moy Mell (The
Happy Plain) An Irish Tone-Poem (.Arnold Bax), Sentirniento (Manuel In-
fante) Cracia (Manuel Infante)-(Andalusian Dances) Maud Okkelberg
and Albert Lockwood.
C1arles A. Sin:;.
V Iol. Scri. i2:
Assignment for next week: Ogg & Ray, Chapters 441 and 49, Michigan
Consituion Aricl 8,Sections 16-25.
J. R. Ilayden
E. S.. Brow n
rAdelphi house of Representatives:
1 The next meeting of Adelphi is. Tuesday, March 30. The question is
"Resolved that this house approves Japanese exclusion as provided for by
the Immigration act 'of 1924." Members a-re urged to attend and- visitors
Russell. Sanderson, Publicity fommittee.
Mail addressed to the following presons is on hand and undJeliverable
rat the Ann Arbor Postoffice. The owners may secure same: by' alling at
theGeerl elvey; window; .M1in Office, on or before March:: 31st,.-after
whieN+ date the mail will be returned to senders:.
F. C. Angell Josephine Uritla.
rOctav Antonio Paul Hubner
HIarold Dallou Mrs A. L. Johnson
IWmn. .I. Brighton Violet C. Kamerer
Mrs. Sadie Burns George Kenigson
t aron 1L. Clark Prof. Arthur C. L~oockem
MaPof Hobert P. Coffey Douglas Lang
SDr. Harold.C. Cox Clemn Merrimnan
Prof. Andre Delattre Eldith Rt. Mosher
Dr. Forrest Lee Dimmick Prof. James B. Newman
Aileen W. Erlinson .Jeanette Olson
Katherine Fellows Prof. E. A. Piestey
'Dr. N. L. Ferguson Lathrop C. Pope
yEunice Fetterly Elwood Powell
tMinnie Foley D.., arlos. Gercla Prada
Miss Foxen Prof. .J.P.' Rowe
SEsther Friedrich Stanley D. Strunk
Walter Goldwater, Mrs.. Henry. Ter Meer
SRev. WV. Graham D.D. William.! Tibbitta
Dr. M. F. Giuyer John Van Vakis
M. 0 IMall D. S. William
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A dinner dance will be given by Tau
Beta Pi at 7:30 o'clock at the Union.
Faculty members are invited,
There will be a South American.
Picture party at 8 o'clock in' Wesley
TC'KIO.-The House of Peers: pass-
edl a bill increasing the tariff onj
wheat and flour.
SOLVED FLYING PROBLEM
(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, March 25.-Asserting
that he h.-.s solved every problem of'
flying, Alfred W. Lawson, who sip
years, ago designed, built and flew aj
26 passenger air liner from Green Bay,
Wis., to New York, said today hie is
planning the construction of a 100
passenger airplane' tofly from New
York to San Francico in a non-stop
flight of 30. hours, .
Hie asserted the new imachine, which
is to,=be built, at Plainfield, N. J.,
would be oompleted "within a year."
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I shall not meet my classes the rest of this week.
Mr.- Thompson's Classes:
I will not meet my classes Friday but will on ll
all sections Tuesday.
Geography 41. Elementary Field Course:
All Students planning to take this course, togBeth
the staff, will meet Saturday morning, March 27, at 9:1!
Psycliology-125-- (Individual Differences) :
There will be a meeting of the class Friday at 9 o
Faculty Concert, Sunday Afternoon, 4:15:
J. B. 3loore.
londlay. Bluebooks in
F. 31. Thompson.
[leer with members of
15 in Room 17 A. H.
P. F. James
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The following program will be given in Hill Auditorium, Sunday after-
roon at 4:15 o'clock: Sonata Op. 12 (Rubinstein) Maud Okkelberg, and
Albert Lockwood, pianists; Song of the Puszta Maiden, Joy of Love, The
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