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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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~AEEIH T EMIHGA AIYIIIF INFBRAY 3 12

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DAILY OFFICIAL

BULLETIN

Preference For Trained Diplomats In
Foreign Service Shownvn ' resident

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WRIGHT WINS IN

Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all miembers of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. mn. (11:30 a. mn. Saturdays). Copy must be typewritten.
VOLUNE V11 WEDNESD)AY, FEBRUARY 21,1927 NUMB11EIR101
Automobile Permits:
All motor vehicles owned or driven by rtueit ust 1he registered in
the Office of the Dlean of' Students, Ro,--,2, 1 ivesity M all. All studens
who wish to operate ears are now reqjitesO'd to in-ab' appliction for their
driver's permits at once. .1. A. MlirsIey.
Bureau of Appointments; Persoiial oti li iw,':
Those who enrolled late with the Bureau of Appointments and others
who were unable to have their p~ersonal interviews at the regular time, should3
call at the office for these interviews this week. Office hours for this punr-
pose will be from 10:30 to 12:00 and 3 :00 to 4 :00, Monday, Wednesday,I
Thursday and Friday.
111ai'ga ret tCamieroni.

IAUTHOR CONTEST'
IOWA ciT,r , i., Feb). 22. 1 i, a r:o_
to determine what Armerica ant u
was worthy of a paein f,?'I-L h
eye's "Gzeatest A~:ia' win
:freshunianal sophornr,: s of C-I':- a
vei-sity of Iowa voted nlmo ;a:~ t
mously for Harold Dll Wright. : ane
Grey and C one St rat! ot- Por _'aIS
rankhed lhigh 7inlthe etimtino
tliee iathors.

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L.ON ON.-A ip)ling -society has
bee formled hetre with some ef ,ithe
,,ctal )pototypes of the no[vlist's
famous story, "'Stalky and Com1pan1y,"
as its officers.

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The World's Gre omedian
GIVE YOU ONE GUESS _ !

Bureau of Appointments :
All students enrolled with the Bureau of Appointmients ;should fill
location blanks this week. Office hours-- x :00 to 1 2:00, daily, and 1 :30
5:00, with the exception of Saturday.
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Regarding Lochers and ilirifihzig r'l(lesIn Arcvhitectural A1111x:
Students in Decorative IDesgn and Architectural courses 'during pre-
vious semester must remove contents of lockers andl drafting tables in
Architectural Annex by 'Wednesday, February 23, in order that these lockers
and drafting tables may be assigned for present semester. All materials
not removed on or before this date will have to be taken out.
It. Mat hews.

Directed Teaching:
D100 will not meet on. Tuesday, March 1st.

ItadeigltScijorling'.

Women's E~ducational Clulb:
The W~.omen's Educational Club will meet tonight at 7:1O0, inl the library
of the University High School. MT'. MvcCusky will speal(onl "The Teacher
and the Community."Ir
Elilen Joiiisoz.
W~omen's Rtesearch Club:
The February meeting of the Women's Research Club. meets in Room
13173, Natural Science luildig, this eveninmg at 1:30. Mrs. Melvin T. Solve
will speak on the subject ",The Poet Chapmnan and Stuart Politics."
Frances J1. Thorpe, Secretar'y.
Players' Club:
:. There will be an important m'eting of Players' Club tonight at 7:30 in
Room 406 University Hall.
Iota .Alusa:
There will be a mieeting of the mleinbcors of' lot a Alpha at 7:30 Thlursday
evening, February 24, 1927, in Room :120.1 of the East Enigineering Building.
.1. I . (Cissel, Presi e4Cit.
Fretch Ltecure:
Professor E. El. Rovillain will lecture Wedlnesday, February 23, at 4 :15
in' Room 1023Ving ell Hall, 'on "Souvenirs d'u ancien marin vollier.''
This is the fourth lecture onl the Cerecle F'm'aicais, program. Tickets for
the series may be procured from the scti .. y (of the Roman-e L.angunage,
department, Room 10-4 South Wing. Rene T1a I anklon.
F'roshniajiLecture:
Th it r s m nl cu o l ye eS l 1 il b i e n ,a.aman Gymnasium, Thursday and F{riday, February 24th and 25th, at :, 4, :End
5-P. Mv. This requirement includes all frecshm en in regular p~hysical train-
in1g classes and others that have beeni ecutszmi fromthes cases
( eorgc A. s lse.May.
Senior Engineers:.
There will be a class meetinwg m' the Senlior lau reers ouN WedileSday,
Feb. 23rd, in Room 834$, at t9 A. M. >E. M.Braggr.
Sigma XI Lecture:
Di-. Paul S. W elch, Arsociate lPr a,,'or in thf- lh parttImntl()f Zoology,
will deliver a lecture upon Biological Itseseatch Co adit ions in 11,10'09e, 0o1
Wednesday, February 23, -At 8 P.M. ' in the Naturial 5cienlce ~Auitoi'iukf.
The public is cordially invited.y
Public Lecture :
"The Responsibility of the Community for the Prevention of Poverty"
1s the subject of the lecture by 'Joel- ). Hunter, Executive SecretarWy of the
Chicago tUnited Charities, to be given in Natural Science Auditorium,
Wednesday, Feb. 23, at 4:15 P. M. The lecture is in connection with the
Seminar of the Michigan School of Religion on "The Moral Issues of Modern
Life."

Thellse menr have heen appointed as a result of President Coolidge's
preference for trained nien in t he fo reign servi(c rather than for political
appoitntees. Left to right, Leland Harrison, now an assistant secretary of1
state, will succeed Robert Woods Miss at Stocltholm, Sw den; J. B~utle-
V~ riigiht, also an asslstzait secretary of state, will be American minister to
HTungary displacing ~Teodlore Brentano; and hTugh R. Wilson, now chief I
of the division of currrent information, state department, who will suicceed
lHagh S. Gib:son at Berne, Switzerlan 1.
-Geolci(al anMd Ge~gr phlv;al Joeurnial Club:
The clubi will meet in Room 437 N. S. Bldg. at 7:30 P. M. on Thursday,
Feb. 24, 1927. Mr. Maurits NV. Senstius will talk on "Half Around the
W \orld." All 1hose who are iunterestedI in a geological travelogue are in"-
\ri~edto atend.V. A. Ter Wiebe, Secretary.
ThIe C hvmical Jo~urnaml ('1111)
Will mneet at 4 :09 P. M. on Wednesday, February 23, in Room 2016
IAngeli Hall. All gi aduat ! students and inembers of. the Greek and LatinI
depar'tmntns are invited to attend.!
IRhetoric:
Th olwn (dnsnwerle nReoi 2a :0ocokare asked to meet hereafter with Mi'. lBini~iey's section at 8:00 o'clock,
lboomi 8017 A. 11.:
Riena G-. Pav itt, Cecilia Wells, Ticelen Boughey, Frederick M. Asbeck,
Win. :=empliner, IPrini'ose Robinson,. Cameron 11. Woods, Howard Rauich,
Mlary 'Boyle, A. Shirley (Olmstead.
E'rilch Walter
Hlarold C. Binkle t
C. D. Thorpe.1
The oquality of our Dairy
P rod.ucts establishes our -
success and insures your
rod hat. You (get
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Student To Discuss
South American Trip SECOJND SEMESTE.
At a meeting of La Sociedad Hlis-
planica, at 7:30 o'clock tonight in
room 303 of the Union, Charles T. T
Lee, '27, president of the organiza-"
tion will talk on "A Trip Around3
South America," describing a comi-
plete. tour. of the southern continent
which the speaker himself made some
time ago. - F~
Preceding the lecture, there will
be an important business ineeting.
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