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). Copy must be typewritten.
All1 fraternities planning to atte3
week-end of. Junior-Hlop (Feb. 11-13) n
pledges in the Office of the Dean of St
28. No permits will be granted after
THREE PLANES OF
ud Junior-l-lop or having parties the A
[ust file their request cards and signed
itudenits not later than F+riday, January
Saturday noon, January 30.
J. A. Bursicy, IDean of Students.Pl
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PANv AME RICAN , part
VISIT TO CO0LOMBIA asc
THURJ~SDAY, JANUARY 27, 1927
Dr. Fritz Paneth, Professor of Inorganic Chemistry of the University
of Berlin, will lecture on Thursday, February 3, at 8:00 11. M. in the
Chemical Amphitheatre, on the subject "The Use of Radio Elements as
The public is cordially invited,
IF. E. Riobbins.
Further Change, Faculty Meeting, College of Litera nrc, Science and the Arts :
Another change has been necessary in the (late of the postponed faculty
mieeting. It will be held definitely Tuesday, evening, February 1, in Room
2225 Angell Hall, at 7:30 P. M.
John R. Effiniger.
Executive Board, Graduate School:
There will be a meeting of the Executive Board of the Graduate School
on Thursday, January 27, at 4:00 P. M.
A. H. Lloyd.
The Building and Grounds Department is compelled to make certain
repairs and will therefore be unable to funish compressed air to any
building from 7 o'clock Thursday, January 27, to 7 o'clock Monday, Jan. 31.
Herbert (. Watkins, Assistant Secretary.
Dr. John .Johnston, Professor, of Physical Chemistry, Yale University,
will speak on "Some Criteria of Purity of Organic Compounds" oin Friday,
January 28,at 4:15 P. M,, Roaml 165 Chemistry Building. The lecture will
be of interest to students in chemistry, chemical engineering and physics.
Others are also cordially invited.
Review Questions covering the course and illustrating the "new type"
examination question may be obtained at Edwards Brother's ( rear of Slater's
Bookshop, State Street).
A. Franklin Shull.
Zoology Journal Club:
The Zoology Journal -Club will meet Thursday, January 27, in the
Natural Science Building, in Room 242 at 7 :30 P. M. Professor Shull will
report on The Effect of Light on the Wings and Sexual* Reproduction in
Aphids and Professor Reighard Nvill describe some of his Experimental
Field Work on Secondary Sexual Characters in the Brook Lamprey and
Horny Head and their Relation to Selection Theories.
All interested are cordially invited to attend.
Frank IN. Blanchard.
Professor G. G. Brown of the Chemical Engineering Department will
address the Aero 6 class Thursday, January 27, at 11:00; A. M., Room 2049,
East Engineering Building. Members of the Acre 6 class are required to
attend the lecture. Other' Aero students are welcome.
F. -V. Pawlowski,
Engineering Nechanics Ill:
A demonstration of Critical Speed, Synchronous Vibration, and Torsional
ritical Speed will be given in Room 336, West Engineering Building at
0 111UP . M 4 w " lrsday, Jannuary 27. Anyone interested may attend.
L. It. 1Donnell.
- iR. T. Llddicoat.
.,as and grades may be obtained at 108 Ec., Friday morn-
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B3ARRANQ VILLA," Colombia, Jan. ceived by President Miguel Abadia of th(
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mander of the United States Pan-
Aeia fyesadCp.IaC __.Eaker arrived here today from (irar-. For Exams-
dot, where they had left their p~lan es }
while making a brief visit to Bogoda
The "Detroit," "San Francisco" and F o tl.n ta 11J
"St. Louir," which now are here, will
Ifly back to France Field, Panama, to
join the two other planes of the ex-
pedition, the "New York~" and "San1
The reunited argosy then will re-
sume the 2,000 mile flight.
While in Bogoda, the aviators were
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