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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ST \DAY, JANUARY 231

D"AILY ,OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received b~y the Assistant to the Prosident until
3:30 p. in. (11:30 a. mn. Saturdays). Copy must be typewritten.
V<olume Vit 817N DAY, JAINV1A1IY 211 1527 'Nujier 7
Unilversity Lecture:
Dr. George Grant MacCurdy, Director of the Amrican School of' Pre-
historic Research, will lecture in tlhe N ra cience Auditoriuni, at 4:15
P. M., Monday, January 24., T'ie title oil tie t.,r is ''Looking lBackwa ird
with the Prehistorian." The lectur ie will be illUt2 at 'ed with lantcern slides.
The public is invited.
* F. E. lIhfbis.
Action of~ the AdninistrratIve Board:
By action of the Administrative Board of Ithe College of Literat nre,
Science, and the Arts, Mr. Myron Grant has been suspended for the rest of
the present semester, and has been recorded E in English 31, for dis-
honesty in the written work in that course.
Faculty and Students:
The Department of Buildings and Grounds is compelledl to make certain
electrical repairs on Monday, January 24.
For this reason Natural Science Building will have no light or power
between 7:30 and 8:30 A. M., and 12 to 1 noon.
Hercibert C~. latkins, As sistan t Secr& Ary.
Faculty, College of Literature, Science and the AH-s:
.The next meeting of the Faculty will be hield Monday, January 24, at
4:05 P. M. in Room 2235 Angell Hall. At this time a revised report of the
Committee on the Curriculum of the Junior and Senior Years will be pre-
sented by Professor 0. J. Campbell, Chairman of the Committee in the
absence of Dean Day.
John It. Effinger.
31Iechanical Enghieerl~ng 29:'
Inspection trip to Dodge, Graham Bros. and Hudson factories. Special
.bus leaves Engineering Arch at 7:00 A. M., Monday morning. Roll call at
Dodge plant at 9:00 A. M. and at Hudson plant at 2:00 P. M. Tickets to
Auto Show have been obtained for those of class whose names are on list.
There will be no meeting of class on Monday or Wednesday.
V. E. La Y.
Economics Club:
The Economics Club will meet Monday, January 24, at 7:45 in Room 302
of the Michigan Union. Mr. G. S. Peterson will speak on "Economic
Aspects of Highway Development." Members of the staffs of the Depart-
ment of Economics and the School of Business Adininistration, and graduate
students in these departments are invited to attend.
Bureau ~of iiiltents-T, U, V. W, and Y :
All candidates enrolled with the Bureau of Appointments whose names
begin wiith: T, U, V, W, or Y are requested to call at the office, Room
102 Tappan Hall, for interviews this week. Office hours for this purpose
'will be held from 10:30 to 12:00 A. M. and :3:00 to 4:00 P. M., January 25,
26, 27, and 28.
liair'laret (Camneron.
Biotanical Journal Club:
,A meeting of the Botanical Journal Club will be held Tuesday evening,
January 25, at 7:30, in Room B.1_73 Natural scienlce Building. Papers will
be 'reviewed by J. B. Pollock, M~iss Al. (T-(k, and Miss C. M. Jacolbs.

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ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION
Presents
CH ARLES UPSN CLARK
Distinguished Author and Lecturer
Subject:
"GREATER ROUMANIA99
Illustrated with still and motion pictures,
and showing a collection of Roumanian
bpestries.

No th e ter G rl'1, 1418, provided every other srrt
uck ru oitics Alpha Phi, Aokiga, Lambda Phi
D~elta, Omega Upsilon, andl Phi Omega
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of the movement. "Election of officers
instead of being for the puirpose of
selecting the most efficient candidates,
has been only the official carirying out
of the campus law that provides for
1lf nn flean PAfli onl ffi t- , ,in an i ct1

The a uti-polit icalI movemnent which
has smouldered on the Niortbwes~ern
campus for some time reached its
height this week when 22 of theI
campus sororities signed a pledge to
fight group and Greek letter politics.
Five alone stood aloof.
The pledg'e signed by the sorority'
women r'eads as follows: "I, the un-
(lersigned, authorized by vote of my(
cnalptcr, do hereby promise on my
honor and on the honor of my chapter,
that said chapter shall not line Up~
politically with any organizedl groupI
Oil the campus of Nortliwestern uni-
versifyLfro FebJ. 1, 1927, until 1zeb.

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they will sign soon, the pledge then ties instead of picked, 'ith an, eve to
going into full effect and the last their individual merit."Y
clause automatically becoming void. Campus sentiment runs strongly in j "
Since the group, as now organized,, favor of the girls' movement, althoughl n YJ ua y G° V P.M
has no power to enforce the pledge,'1 there has been some opposition en-
the honor of each sorority will be the oneeIh av dacdtei
only means of insuring complian ce argument that united politics are a
with the terms of the agreement. Any5 necessity; that without them, indlivid- Prices :
sorority breaking the p~ledge, however, 4nal fraternities controlling a large
will be ostracized by all women's house vote could practically run the ReeedSas$1.0 GnrlAm si,5c
Greek letter societies on the campus. activities of the school.(RervdSas$10 GnrlA miio,5 ,
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Physics Colloquium :
The Physics Colloquium will meet at 4 :15 P. M., Tuesday, January
in Room 1041, New Physics Building. Mr. E. J. Abbott will speak
"Measurement of Gear Noises." All interested are cordlially invitedl
attend.
'V. 1. Coulby.
Glee Club :
The Glee Club will hold its rehearsal on Tuesday night instead
Monday. Rehearsal will be held in the Union at seven o'clock.
L. Stuart Buliiaii, ManJager.

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Faculty Women's Clum:
The Tuesday Play Reading Section will meet January , 5, at 2:30, with
Mrs. Max Winkler, 1520 Cambridge Road.
Charlotte It. Sudwsal , (hairiiian.

Scalp anid Blade Men:
Special meeting at 2:30 this afternoon at the Union.
urgently requested, as is punctuality. T

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