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DAILY OFFICIAL

C'a1 F ', TAT I[ '^ fy ry

Publication in the Bulletin is constructive not1ic to al l members of
the University. Copy received by tlia Assistai t o tthereie n- 11 itUOl
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. ni. Saturdays). Copy mut be typewrit.
VOLUME VII TUESDAY, F'"F. i2,;:,2 Xl AlllhP1 .
University Lecture:
Frank Jewett ivatr, J. Marqee:d lPros or of \Ar, z<' I ac ':^ v
in Princeton University, will deliver a letue(i~l onth e tUi)jE ^c ":e olan
tic Movement in Painting'' Thursday, Fe.bruar a 4 :1 5 1.X in te
INatural Science Auditorium. '" he eturo wil !;c.ilz ;ea £A l 1 iu plic
is cordially invited.
Faculty, College of Literature, Sience, andb~ the Ars:
Second semester program blanks have ben plae in tescsenger
Boxes. It is requested that these be filled out and ;ve.red to the Dean'a
offce as soon as possible.
John I. E fingr.
Automobile Pernats: Y
All motor vehicles owned or driven by students munlibe registered in
the Office of the Dean of Students, Room 2, University Hal. All suents
who wish to operate ars arc1now requested to mae aplication for their
driver's permits at once. J A. Burley
Faculty, Colleges of Engineering and Architeture
There will be a meeting of the faculty of tlese collges on Thursday,
February 24, at 4:15 P. M., in Room 411, West Engineerig Building.
Louis A. Hopkins, Scretary,
Freshmaia-Leture:
Thehffth freshman lecture in hygiene for mn'i will be given in Water-
man Gyl 'esum, Thursday and Friday, Februar' 2th and 225th, at 3, 4, and
5 P. M. Ithis requirement includes all freshmen in regular physical train-
ing classes and others that have been excsedI from ~hse classes.
George A. Mlay.
'. C. A. arrangenments for the hobs-heed-I'dd I Deaat~n. 2rraettes:
In Sunday's Bulletin the abbreviated subject of debatc nvcyod perhaps
a false meaning. The complete statement is "Reolved, tha, uder existing
conditions, the~ United States should maintain the presozaL system of Na-
tional Defense." The time is 10:,30 A. M. Tuesday. Place, Hill Auditorium.
Homer 1. Graton.
French Lecture:
Professor E. E. Rovillaiu will lecture Wednesday, Feruary 23, at 4:15
in Room 1025 Angell .Hall, on "Souvenirs d'un ancien main viier."
This is the fourth lecture on the Cerce Fraucas iprogram. Tickets for
the series may be procured from tie secretary of thfe Romance Language
department, Room 104 South Wing. Ilene Talaniio.
Rhetoric abd Journalism Faculty: _^
There will be a luncheon for the staiY of the Department of Rhetoric
and Journalism at tile Michigan Union, Wdesday, February 23rd, at 12:05
prompt. Vi ado Abbot.
Freshaian Group-Mr. Abbot:
Meeting at my home (117 Washtenaw Avenue) Thursday evening at
: 30. Waldo Abot
Zoology 22 (Heredity):
The seating list for the lecture has ben psted nar the door of Room
234, N. S., and will remain posted through Wenesday. It wiii be removed
by 8:30 A. M., Thursday, but will be reposted after Thlursday's lecture.
Each member of the class should (1) ascertain his nrumber on Wednes-
day,-(2) go the lecture room at some hour when it is vcant. on Wedesday,
to ascertain the exact location of his seat, and (3) 'refrain from trying to
learn his number Thursday morning. A. Franklin Sufl.
English 14 (Theory of (,rammar) :
English 154 (Theory of Grammar) will meet on Thursday, February
24, at 10 o'clock, in 22163 Angell Hall. Students who wish to cosut me
in regard to taking the course may see e in Angll Bal L21; btwen
4:30 and 5:00, or may telephone me for an appointmet at some other time.
- sauel Mo1orer.
Ann Arbor Art Association:
The exhibition of the works of Michigan artiss selected from the
Scarab. Club Exhibition openss tha afternoon oif lbruarl'Jl2, rruaiiia on
view through the afternoon of Sunday, March 6.
IL.11L. Donaldon, Presxd~ut.
organ Recital:
Palmer Christian, University Organist, will give a very ji ~restn.
program in the Twilight Organ A~eitali on We dneday fternon at 4:1 .
o'clock. The genreral public, with the exception of small children, is cor-i[
dially invited to attend. .The program ill full is as follows: Jubilee Overture,
(Weber) ; Intermezzo (Hlollins) ; Te Squirrel (Weaver); Prelude (Coreli)
(1653-1713); Fantasie and Fugue in C minor (3ch) (105-17, A); Benedic-
A, C. Elmer Is Added'
To List Of F+acult y l HOTY GRAPR
Of Forestry School
Arthur C. Elmer, '25, has been adl
dad to the staff of the forstry de-!
partment to assist with the work of
the department which has been grea t-:
ly increased due to tbe departure of
Dr. Leigh J. Young to assume is iost
as chairman of the State conserva-
ton board. Other members of the d-

partment have divided the work of
Dr. Young and are dloing his work,I
With the assistance of Mr. Elmer. I
Mr. Elmer, since his graduation, has
been 'ena~ged in forest survey work in r 'r
the viest: He is a gradiuate of the for-
estry" department of the Uiniversity zN zx
and is specializing in (dendrology.
Worley Xill S peaka
On Motive Vehicles
"Early Motive Vehicles," will be the' / A Framed Pictuue
subject of: Prof. J. S. Worley's leec-_ __
tures to be given at 10 o'clock oil
'Monday, Feb. 28,' and Tuesday, A2 rcePMiicPonem e 01 1ifo
1 in room 411 West Engineering buildl '
iI.3 34 So. S ts Sct.
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G, m ate mrWdn,, da y ntt a t it :15. 'lo'following gany ;ar ''fsld
Mr bo ' vru r . liraVdt'7,i'. lb rsley's vs3, i'. (hnte i'sMr
Tlile bowliUng matches schedliled for tonight ha"ve beeii pcsi poned until
tomorrow,, Wednesday,at7:30 o'clock: Mr. Abbot's opsv.M.Atn;
Mr. :;n Il' V'5. AIVr. Attxvocd's M A luloy's .iA:.(a~ r o'
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Choral Union Rebec r'ial:
Oan account of Washlington's Birthday being a holiday, Inc mien':; chorus
will niot meet Tue ,day, February 22nd, but will be pr'eent on Thursday,
Fiebruiar'y 24th, for -general rehearsal. L'Ilore.xre
Scubor Enginee'rs:
There wiili e a class mneeting of tile Senior Engi eer's on WeVdne--sday,
Feb. 23rd, in Rloom '648, at 9 A. M. E. M. Brv,-M,.
Newv Seebiocn of French 1
My 2:00 o'clock class in French 1 will meet on Thursday, Febiruary
24, in Room 200, University H-all. t.. 31. Sewvetl.
Comedy Club:
S Tryouts for thle March program will be held at 10:00 )thli's moinIllg in
the auditorium of N ew berr y1-all. All members are requested to be present
whether trying out or not, as final action in regard to the production will
be taken at this time. Valentine L. Davies, Pres.
Payers' Club:
I There will be aIn important meeting; of Players' flub, Wednesdxay at
7:30 in Room 406 University Hall.' Edmo~nd Noben.

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