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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. in. Saturdays).
Volume VI SATURD~AY, MARCH 27, 1926 Number 134
University Lectures;
Dr, Thomas Ashby, late Director of the British School of Archaeology
at Romne and James Loeb--Charles Eliot Norton Lecturer for the Archaelogi-
cal Institute of America, will deliver two University lectures, as follows:
(1) "The Aqueducts of_ Ancient .Rome," Friday, April 2, at 4:15 P. M.,
in Room 2003, Angell, Hall,
(2) "Roman Roads;, The Arteries of the Empire," at 11:00 A. M., gat-
urday, April 3, in Room 2003, Angell Hall.
The lectures are illustrated with atern slides.; The public is cordially

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Mentioned As Pope Considers
Naming Fifth American Cardinal

League To Exhibit
IPictures In Lane
Hall Until Monday
SMore than 250 pictures illustrating
war and social problems are now on
exhibition under the auspices of the
T olstoy league in the auditorium at
Lane hail. The exhibit, which will be
open to the public until Monday, con-
taims pictures taken from the collec-
tioni of Dr. F. S. Onderdonk of the
architectural college, and is being
shown in connection with'the Inter-
national Student conference. meeting
'l oday in Ann Arbor.,
The exhibition includes a wide
hishop Gurley of faltimore, Archbish-
op Glennon of St. tis, Arclibisho
Hanna of San Franicisco. T'ihere nov
are four United States wearers of the
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~range' of artistic schools, showing
many pictures of Pre-Renaissanco
dlays, as well as a series of 15 modl-
iernistic sketches by Otto Dix. There
is a series by CGrotter, representing

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The Czech artist H-olarck, the larg-
Hostn l contributor to the collec-LANT AC
tois representedl under all three LANT AC
heads, largely by pictures lilustrating at the
the contrasts of life. There is a 11
series showing the history of Ihf Terrace Garden
World war, in which is included a ta~i' 1~}
facsimile of the first mobilizationiD nigSui. 1
order signed by the Kaiser, a picture 220 Wuerthi Arcade Phone 8328 ,~
of* Emperor Franz Joseph praying for We teach all modern, fancy, bal- P
success-in. his "defensive" war, and a, let and stage dancing. We special-i
number ,of paintings portraying the iz in teaching children.
woes of the masses. There is alsoa
series of" 12 pictures illustrating the Open Daily
iIrony 'of giving war the blessing' ,f 10:00 A. M. to,10:40 P. M.
Christiailty. The Dix group is made
up of* .sketches done during actual For every article ror sale, there is
I fighting between 1914 and 1917. ai buyer. Reach him thin Classifieds.

invited.

Prank E. Robbn s.

Fellowships, Michigan Schiool of Religion : j
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, Secretary.
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. j
The duPont Fellow ship ini Chemistry:E
Graduate students of proved experience may apply for appointment to
this important fellowship. Blanks for application may be had at the officet
of the. Graduate School. Applicants are -advised' to confer with Professor
Gomnberng or Professor Bigelow of the Department. of Chemistry. Applica- I
tons should be filed with me before April 5.
Alfred H. Lloyd.
university Service:
The seventh University Service for the present year will be held in Hill
Auditorium Sunday evening, March 28, at 7:30 o'clock. The sem'mon will be
preached by Rabbi Samuel I-I. Goldenson of Pittsburgh, Pa. This meeting
is, in charge of the Jewish Student Congregation. Temple Beth El Choir
will sing.
John Elliott.
Ann Arbor Art Association :1
The exhibition of the etchings by Ernest Roth, and water colors, prints
and etchings by Grace R. Dean, and by Ernest Dean will close Sunday, r
March 28thi. It is free to members, students of the University and children
of thme schools.
Warren P. Lombard, President.
Off Campus Practice Teaching:
All candidates for off campus practice teaching must inform me of
their personal plans ,immediately.
A final meeting of the group is hereby called for Wednesday, March 31,
at 4:00 P. M., Room 110, Tappan Hall.
C. 0. Davis.
Soc. 154. Modern .Social Problems:
Through pan error on my part the midsemester has been announced in
some discussion sections as scheduled for next Friday. This is a mistake.
lt will be given Friday, April 9.:
L. J. Carr.
Rhetoric' 1, Mr. Vander Lugi's Sections:
Monday there will be an exarhination covering thme work in Exposition.
G. T. Vander Lugt.
University of Michigan. Alumnae Tea:
The University of Michigan Alumnae returning for "Alumnae Night" of
the Junior Girls' play will be entertained at tea at Martha Cook dormitory
at 4:00 o'clock Saturday afternoon, March 27.
. Mrs. J. 0. Sehlotterbeek, Charmian of the Ann Arbor Group.
Burton Memorial Lecture:
On Monday, March- 29, Tuesday, March 30, and Wednesday, March 31,
at 8:00 P. M. in Hill auditorium, Prof. William Sandoz will present his
famous and unique Eu'ropean pictures in color. This is the second of the
series planned by the. Student council to raise funds for the Burton Me-
morial Carillon.
Student Council.

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LOCAL EVENTS
For notices not otherwise mentioned in1
Thie Daily.. Items will be published on
two successive days only. Copy must
be submitted to the Local Events
Editor by a P. M.
GENERAL
Saturday
J'. H. Murray of Detroit, will dis-
cuss. his experiences with Esperanto,
the international language, at .5 o'-
clock in Lane hall.
RELIGIOUS
Saturday
Student Fellowship club will leave
on a maple sugar excursion at 1o'
clock starting at Pilgrim. hall.
Sunday
Hindustan club will meet at 3o'
clock in Lane hall.

dents at 5:30 o'clock, followed by al
Y. P. S. meeting at which the sub-a
ject, "Is a Kampus Kolorline Kris-
tian?" will be discussed.
Baptist guild will discuss the "Kam-}
pus Kolorine" at 6:30 o'clock at the G
Guild house. -
The St. Paul Student club will meet,
at 420 WVest Liberty street at 5:30 o'-
clock.
Student Fellowship club will mieet'
at 6:30 o'clock. ."Is a Campus Color
Line Christian?" will be the subject
for discussion. Supper at 5:45 o'clock. !
A special feature film, Jackie Coogan
in "A Boy in Flanders" will be shown
at 4 and 8 o'clock.
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