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PAGE EIGHT.1

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays).
Volume T1 SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 12 Number $99
University Lecture:
Katherine McMahon, of the Boston School of Social Work, will deliver .
a lecture on "Medicine and Social Work" on Monday afternoon, Febuary.
15, at 4:15 in the Natural Science Auditorium. '
The public is cordially invited. F. E. Robbis
University Lectures:
Professor William S. Cooper of the University of Minnesota will deliver
two lectures in the Aditoriump of the Natural Science Building on Thurs-
day, February 25, 1926, at 4:15 P. Mv. and 8:00 P. M., respectively. The sub-
ject of the afternoon lecture is "The Glacier Bay National Monument, Its
Scenic and Scientific Features" and will be illustrated with lantern slides.
The evening lecture is entitled "Eight Days on the Desert" and will be illus-
trated by colored slides and moving pictures.
The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins.
Fraternity Freshmen:
Attention is called to the rule of the Interfraternity Council which pro.
vides that "no student shall be initiated into a fraternity without a certi-
ficate of scholastic eligibility to be issued by the Dean of Students."
Fraternities may obtain in Room 2, University Hall, blank forms to be
filled out with the names of the freshmen whom it is desired to initiate.
J. A. Bursley.
Fraternity Presidents :
The blanks recently sen out from the office of the Dean of Students
to be filled in with the names of members and pledges should be returned
to Room 2, University Hal, on or before Monday, February 15th. Please
give this matter your immediate attention.
J. A. Bursey.
Ann Arbor .Art Association:.
There will be an exhibition of paintings of Michigan artists, selected
from the Scarab Club's exhibit at the Detroit Institute of Arts, shown at
Memorial Hall, Feb. 14th to 28th. Open Sundays 2:00 to 5:00 P. Mv., and
week days 1:30 to 5:00 P. M. Free to members and to students of Univer-
sity and. the Schools.
Warren P. Lombard, Pres.
Memibers of the Faculty:
All members of the Faculty who are listing lectures in the Extension
Bulletin for the coming year are requested to have the same in the Exten-
sion Office not later than Wednesday, February 17.
W. D. Henderson, Director.
Graduate Students:
Graduate students who expect to receive the Master's degree this month
and who have not paid the diploma fee should (do so at once. Please fill out
the required blanks for this purpose in the office of the Graduate School.
Ruth A. Rouse, Recorder.
Bureau of Appointments:
All students enrolled with the Bureau of Appointments are "requested
to call at the office this week, Monday to Friday inclusive, to fill in location
blanks for the second semester. Office hours will be from 8:00 to 12:00 A.
M. and 1:30 to 5:00 P. M.
Margaret Camieron.
Papers in Philosophy 101 and 151:
Students wishing unreturned papers in these courses should call at the
office of the Graduate School, Room 1014, Angell Hall, on Monday, February
15. A. H. Lloyd.
Senior,, Electrical and Mechanical Engineers:
A representative of the Bucyrus Co pany, South Milwaukee, WVisconsiIn,
will be in my office, Room 221 West Engineering Building, Monday, f+ebruary
15th. He would like to interview all those interested in a position with this
Company. H. C. Anderson.

from which the Intercollegiate Chorus for the contest in Chicago will be
picked :
I-Hogle, Higley, Herrold, Watland, Rosen, Huff, Ruetz, IHall, lill, Culkin,
Alberson, Koch, Welke, Norton, Kreinheder, Culp, Holmes, Cornell, Kraatz,
Watts, Detzer, Boyce, Montgomery, Greig, Mullen, Ramsey, Catherman, Br;-
macomb, Trost, Olson, Judd, Howe, Armstrong, V. Anderson, Se'gar, Schnei-
decr, Ehlers, Chalk.
Kurt ~J. Kremlick, Manager.
hediscussion sections in Philosophy 31 are as follows:
~onday at 11-204 U. Ht.-Mr. Williams
Io'nday at 3"-11.0 Library-Mr. Perry
' Tuesday at 9-110 Library-Mr. Kuiper
;, 4esday at 10-204 U. 1H.-Mr. Kuiper
rte'° Nednesday at 11-110 Library-Mr. Perry
Wednesday at 1-110 Library-Mr. Perry
Thursday at 9-110 Library-.-Mr. Kulper
Thursday at 10-1020 A. H.-Mr. Kuiper
Thursday at 1-110 Library-Mr. Perry
Friday at 10-204 U. 1H.-Mr. Perry
Friday at 11-204 U. H.-Mr. Williams
Friday at 1-110 Library-Mr. Perry
Please note that the rooms for some of these sections are different from
those previously announced. John R ulper.

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Changes of,
Trench
French
French
French
French
French

;Booms, Department of Romnance ILanguages:
1 at 9:00-Mr. Des Maras-From 206UH to 303U11.
2 at 10:04-Mr. Des Marais--fronm 4OlSW to iO018AH.
2 at 1: 00-Mr. Wadsworth-from 1 OOSW to 306UHT.
2 at 2:00-Mr..Wadsworth-from 304SW to 303UH.
12 at 9:00-Mr. Finney-fr~om 427NS to 1213AH.
32 at 2:00-Mr. B~arnett-fromn 1O2SW to 304 UH.

Spanish 2 at 2:00-Mr. Storer--from 304UH to 102SW.
Spanish 32 at 2:00-Mr. Sanchez--from 303U11 to 304SW.
A. G. Canfield.
Physics Colloquium:
The Physics Colloquium will meet at 4:15 P. M. Tuesday February 16,
in Room 1041, New Physics Building. Dr. G. A. Lindsay will speak on
"Fine Structure of the X-ray Absorption Spectra of Calcium and Other Ele-
ments." All interested are, cordially invited to attend.
WV. F. Colby.
Men's Educational Club:
There will be a meeting Monday evening at 7 o'clock in Room 306 of
the Union, at which motion pictures of the Detroit platoon schools will be

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All men interested in education are inv
Cercle Francais Lecture:
Prof. Bruce AT. Donaldson will giv
Tuesday, February 16, at 4:15, in Roo;
subject will be, "Portrait and Landsc;
ence to the Frenchi. The lecture will I
is open to everyone.
Research Club:
The regular meeting of the Researi
ruary 17, at 8 P. Mv. in Room 2528, Nev
the east end of the second floor and n-
the East University Avenue entrance t
sented by Professor Francis W. Kelsey
Carthage in 1925," and Professor Art
Progress Under the first Viceroy in Me
Graduate English Club:
The February meeting of the Gra
Room 316, Michigan Union, at 8:00 o'
Miss Evelyn School will read a' paper
speare," and Professor J..H.T.-Hanford
Style."
Phi Lambda Upsilon :
There will be a meeting of Pitt Lo
at 7:15; Room 303 Chemistry Bul}4Iing.
Scalp and Blade Men:
Meeting Sunday at 2:30 P. M. In the
Rifle and Pistol Club:
As the'next match, beginning the v
Conference Matches, it is desired that
as well as others, get as much practice
targets. For this purpose the range wil
day 9 to 10, 11 to 12, Tuesday 3 to 5, N
Friday 9 to 12, 1 to 5. It must be rerr
matches must be completed by Fridayi
such that some of the members may
please notify the undersigned in person
made if possible.

Factory afnagement I1.31. E.:36:
The class will meet at 11 o'clock, Monday, February
West Engineering Building.

15th, in Room 239,
C. B. Gordy.

To Women Students interested in Public Speaking:
Portia Literary, society will hold tryouts for new members at 7:15
o'clock Tuesday night in the Portia club rooms, Angell Hall. All women
except freshmen .are eligible. Entering sophomores and entering upper-
class women may try out by obtaining special permission from the Dean of
Women.
Elizabeth VanValkenburgh, President.
Robert Frost's Class:;
Robert Frost's class will meet at 7:30 Tuesday evening in Room 407
Library. R. W. Cowden.
Paul-Goebel will speak before the Student Branch of the A. I. Ch. E.
at 7:30 Tuesday, February 16, in the A. I. Ch. E. rooms, East Engineering
Building. His topic will be "Breaking into the Gas Industry." Members
and any others interested are invited. Refreshments will be served.
Oscar 31. Miller, Acting President.

eputy Supt. oft Detroit. iRefreshments.
vited,
Ralph Yaniloesen, President.
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irn~a U~i~o ModayFebuary15,smoothly for you, you may feel certain that just around the
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Thief

Gets Loot.
At Fraternities

Economics 11,(Land) :
I shall be unable to meet the class this week.
posted.in 'the Economics Building.
Econonilcs 182 (Public Finance):
I ;shall be unable to mnee the class this week.
posted in the Economics Building.

Assignments have been
J. T. FVan Sickle.
Assignments have been.
J. V. Van Sickle.

Losses of jewelry, clothing, and
money have been reported to police
headquarters by three fraternities,
Sigma Nu, Alpha Tau Omega, and
Sigma Alpha Mu, as having been stol-
en from these houses during last;
1week-end. As yet, there have been noI
satisfactory clues, it was said by pol-
ice officials.
'The thief gained entrance to the
houses" under a different pretense on
each occasion. At the Sigma Alpha,
Mu house he -entered inquiring for
iBen Friedman, '27, giving a ficticious
name and an address from Cleveland. I
He was taken to a room and discover-
ed missing a short time later. A
wristwatch, valued at $500, was re-
ported to have been ,stolen at about
the same time the stranger was last
seen.

Stud ents Interested in Social Work:
Miss Ella Weinfuxrther of the American Association for Organizing
Family Social Work will be in Room 107 Economics Building, Tuesday
morning, February 16, to interview students interested in entering the social
work field,,, Appointments should be made in advance if possible.
R. T, Lansdale.
"Hichii an ,Glee. Club:
The following men are requested to report to the School of Music Audi."
torium Monday evening at seven and are considered as the Contest Squad

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