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THE MICHIGAN DAILY '

THURSDAY, JAt-ARY 20, 192?

D AILY 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). Copy must be typewritten.

SCHOONER SINKS AS CREW IS SAVED BY LINER

MacCurdy To Treat"!
Pre-Historic Europe

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Volume VII

THURSDAY,

JANUARY 2, 197 Number St

Prospective Teachers:
All Senior and graduate students who desire to have the privilege of
practice teaching in the schools of their home towns (or elsewhere) during
the week of Spring Vacation (April S-18), please notify in writing, at once,
stating their major subject, and the town in which they would like to un-
dertake practice teaching.
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Lecture in Hill Auditorium:I
For the benefit of the Women's League Building, a lecture illustrated
by still and moving pictures will be given by Sir Douglas Mawson, K. B.,
F. R. S., on the topic "Racing With Death in Antarctic Blizzards" in Hill
auditorium, Saturday, January 22, at 8:15 P. M. Seat sale at Wahr's.
V. I. Iloblis,
Public Lecture:
"Is Jesus' Ethical Teaching Valid Tolay?" is the subject of a lecture
to be given by Dr. Norman B. Nash, assistant professor of New Testament
and Christian Social Ethics at Episcopal Theological School, Cambridge,
Ma s., on Thursday, January 20, at 4:15 P. M. in Natural Science Auditorium.1
The lecture is under the auspices of the School of Religion.
The public is cordially invited.
Angelyn Stevens.
Senior Engineers:
There will be an assembly of the Senior Engineers on Thursday, Jnu-
ary 20, at 11 'clock, in Room 348, to hear Dr. S. Timoshenko, Research
Engineer, Westinghouse Electric and Mfg. Co., East Pittsburgh, Pa.
E. 31. Bragg.
Zoological Journal Club:
The Zoological Journal Club will meet Thursday, January 20, in Room
242 N. S. Bldg., at 7:30 P., M. Recent papers on mammals will be reviewed
by O. J. Murie, G. W. Bradt, and R. C. McCardle.
All interested are cordially invited to b present.
Frank N. Blanchard.
Chinese Students' Club:
I have just received a letter from the Peking Union Medical College stat-
ing that the Department of Biochemistry will need new staff members in
the future. Those who are interested in the calling, please see me at your
earliest convenience.
John L:, Secretary.
Phi Kappa Phi:
Business meeting at office of the Summer session 4:15 Thursday after-
noon. Members from other institutions who desire to affiliate with the
Michigan Chapter are invited to attend.
E. i. Baker, Secretary.
Iota Alpha:
There will be a meeting, deferred from December 16, of the Michigan
Chapter of Iota Alpha at 7:30 on the evening of Thursday, January 20, in
Roonm 3201 of the East Engineering Building. All members and initiates
are invited.
J. A. Cisel, President.
Public Lecture:
A representative of Battle Creek Sanitarium will lecture Thursday,
January 20, in Room 231 Angell Hall, at 4:15, on "Biologic Living." He
will illustrate his talk with steropticon pictures and will answer questions
from ihe audience at the close of his address. The Tolstoy League invites
.he public cordially.
Arthur 1Brikrant.
Pi Lambda Theta:
There will be a meeting of Pi Lambda Theta Thursday at seven-thirty,
in the library of Martha Cook.
Virginia Earl, President.
La Sociedad 1iispanca:
The group picture for the Michiganensian will be taken Sunday, Janu-
ary 23, at 10 o'clock, at the Rentschler Studio.
Charles T. Lee, President
All members of the Gargoyle editorial and business staff be at Rents-f
chler's at 4 P. M. Thursday for 'Ensian picture.
J. Il. llalsted.
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Dr. George Grant MacCurdy, direc-
tor of the American School of Prehis-
toric Research, a subsidy of the Ar-
chaelogical Institute of America, will
deliver a lecture, on the subje-t,
"Looking Backward With the Prehis-
torian," M0onday, in Natural Science
auditorium. The lecture will deal
with the results and findings of hip
summers' work in studying l)'Qhis-
Ioric types and history in Europe.
Dr. MacCurdy is the author of many
books on anthropoligal subjects.
Among these are "The Eolithic Prob-
lem," "Some Phases of Prehistoric
Archaeology," "The Antiquity of Man
in Europe," and many papers on dif-
ferent subjects contributed to various
publications. He is also a research
associate with the rank of professor 1
a'nd curator of the anthropological
collections at Yale university.
Subscribe for the Michigan Daily.

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ANNOUNCES

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"'The Last Warn-
ing' can't be beat"
---daily

The sinking of the hulk of the Nor- -
wegiai two-master "Skolgrom" in
the Atlantic 650 miles west of Gibral-
ter, photographed from the Italian
liner "Roma" after it had rescued thie
crew, following a race to the scene.:
The doomed vessel sank from sight a
few minutes later.
LOCALEViENTS
TOD)AYr
7 :30-Chlristian Science society of the
University will meet in Lane hall.
SATURDAY
S:15---S'ir Douglas Mawson, K.B., F.R.
S., will speak on "Racing with
Death in Antarctic Blizzards" in
Hill auditorium.

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