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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TT'TRSDAY.'MATIC IT J 12

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) ,t11 J CV 1('L ( Lj plns fr thi semsterhave been ,"1 3
CHIN E iSLDIE R EEUTON ER 0workedRY ANNOccNCdi0g to Jeffries. (/ T '
, ICVHANUCDNotice-, of tonight's meeting have',.
I bei~nra ~ hen mailed to members of the tre COUiNT'i
' II4IF HI lIk gioups.I One Way, Reuznd Tip
"{SAN ''AGO, Chile.-The government AUTHORIZED 5 STE& , mP AT.
S l n i( htIin ii 1has decided to arrest Communist me-E .KBE,IA
..."'' '/h oology d(eparitmenit and dliiec tor hers of parliament.1 601 F, HURON.,.N~..

Publicadion in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all memubers of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President untiljS
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays). Copy must be typewritten.
VOLU 1E II THURSDAY, MARCH :3, l1427 gNUMBi131 R'
Uiversity Lectures:
Dr. John Alfred Mjoen, of the Winderen Laboratorium, Oslo, Norway,
will give a lecture on "Criminality and Genius as Biological Probelms" oil
Thursday, March 3, at 4:15 P. M. in Natural Science Auditorium.
Dr. Mjoen will also give a lecture on "What Does the 'Minus-Indivridual'
Cost State and Society?" on Friday March 4, at 4:15 1'. M. in Natur<l Science
Auditorium.
The public is cordially invitcd.r
F.'. llRqlwi.
Committee oni Student Affairs:
At a meeting of the Committee on Student Affairs held March 1st, 1927,
the Phi Delta Tpheta fraternity was placed on indefinite probation for con-
duct detrimental to the best interests of the University.
H. C. Anderson, Secretary.
Ann Arbor Art Assoclton :
The Michigan Artists exhibition is open to the public every afternoon
until March 7th.
BI. X Donialdson., President.

of the Museum, and the (conservation'- ---_________
experts in his department have re-!
cently made, a discovery enabling
scientits to tell whether' a fish taken] WITE
from a stream wars snawiied and;
hatched there natunral1ly or whether it FIIDAjY
camle from 11plantedI fry, artificially
raised, it is an nonunc'ed. 'This can be C r1
done, it is claimed, by noticing certainIr
physical, characteristics p~eculiar to'
fish artificially hatched.
Teipracoftidicvrlies in the fact, that if it works as S K
expected, the conservation authorities 1 1
wlbealfothfrstietsecure data on the success or failure of - M
past fish planting. 'With this informa - 1lhail orders nowv. O rchestrai,
Lion, experts can work toward the a-t- Enclose s'allf-addres5sed stamped envelc
taininent of methods that may bring
'more appreciable returns than any- D o I
thing attempted in this state or else-
wheri'e.

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To All Rouse Presidents:
February signing out slips are due in. the Advisers' office on or before
March 8th. Presidents of houses whose signing out slips for January have
not yet been handed in- will have until March 8th to get them in also. All
Presidents whose; slips are not in by March 8th will be called into tihe
Advisers' office.
Norma Mansfield, Assistant Adviser of Women.
M1ake-up Exaininalioxi in Aero 1:
Will be given Friday, March 4, at 5 P. M., Room 2049 East Engineering
Building.
F. WV. Pawlowski.
History 6:
Seating lists have been posted in front of Rtoom 4001 Angell Hall. (toll
will be taken Friday.
' R. A. Billi1ngton.
Mechanical Engineering:
Those men who have taken work in the Mechanical Engineering Labora--
tory and are still holding instrument checks will please turn them in at
their earliest conv.enience.
This sloes not apply to those taking work in the laboratory at the
present time.
H. J. Watson.
Student Recital:
The following program will be given in the Students' Recital Series,
School of Music Auditorium, Thursday evening, March 3rd, at 8:00 o'clock.
The general public is cordially invited to attend :
Bonata, Op. 10, No. 3 (First Movement) (Beethoven) Ruth Moore;
Canto Amorobso (Sammartini-Elman) Dorothy Simmons; Reflections in the
Water (Debussy) Etude, Op. 10, No. 3 (Chopin) Lucille Graham; "Posate
dormite" (Bossant) "Mother Dearest" (Russian Folk Song) Arranged by
(Kurt Schindler) Mrs. Lottie Hutzel; Concerto A Major (First Movement)
(Mozart) Vera Johnson; An Convent (Borodin) Pres de la Mer (Aren~ky)
Kate Keith Field;Alla Zingarsca (Tschetschulin) Carolyn Wise; Sonata
Op. 31, No. 2 (First Movement) (Beethoven) Helen Hunt. Accompaniments
by Ruth Moore, Helen Hays, Blanche Wise and Marion Johnson.
Charles A. Sink, Secretary.
Zoological Journal Clubs
The. Zoology Journal Club will meet Thursday, March 3, in Room 242
N. S. Bldg. at 7:30 P. M. Reviews of recent research will be given by Miss
George Sehan, Mr. W. T. Dempster, and Mr. Lonard P. Schultz. All in-
terested are cordially invited to be present.
F. N. Blanchard.
Gargoyle Staff Meeting:
There will be a meeting of the editorial staff and tryouts of the Gargoyle
Thursday at five o'clock. New tryouts may report at the same time.
C. R. Swinelhart.
Senior Education:
Class dues are payable in Tappan Hall on Thursday and Friday, Marcha
3 and 4. This must be done in order to participate in all class functions
and commencement.
Ernest G. Ilildner.

4 Closeup view of one of the execu tion:'r-soldiers oif the northern forces
in Shanghai, China. The knife in hi s hand is madec especially for lopp-
ig off heads. According to report s from China, the, northern military
defenders of Shanghai creCated1 synliathy for the on-marching Canton-
ese by decapitat ing, without trial, st rikers and student agitators. Stu-
(ents' heads Avere susp~endedI on fen ces and telephone poles and some
were carried through the streets o ii pikes. The executioner, accom-
panying a -r'ouel of sdldiei's, quickly dispatched allyi)ody fo1un(d distribunt-
ing literature of fomenting a strike.
Senior M1 ehaicail Engineers :
Mr. P. 1L. Gumar of the Texas Oil Company will be in1 Room 221 West
Engineering Building Friday morning, March 4, to interview those interested
in positions with this company. iM. C. Anderson.
Senior Eiigj",r,:
Mr-. A. M. Dudley, '0i i,, Supervisor of ;"~ gineerirng Dovelopment of the
[ Westinghouse Electric Sr- Mfg. C'ompany, will give a talk on "'The Work of
a IesinigLn gi-ieer" :-i: Roo~m 24 West Eigineeriig Buildinig, Trrtsdiay,
March 3, at 4:00 1'. M. Beni. F. Bailey.
3lasques lDraintttic w Society
'Tryouts for f(m~eership to M~asqu es will be held Thursday, March ,
ffrom four to six in Newbeirry '11 all Auditorium. Those trying out should
come prepared wvithi a readh 11.
Ruth Raclina, Pres.
-Negro-Ciiucasiaii Club):
The members of the club are reOquestedl to assemble at the home or
Mrs. Nettie Lapradc, 818S Green St.. at S 11. M., Friday, March 4, 1927.
Win. Howard, Pres.
Faculty W'omen's Club:
Members interested in joiniiig an art class under Mlrs. Chapin with a
view to designing hiooked rugs, batiks, lamp shades, hangings, etc., call
3 052 or 9424.
Facu It) 3rs. Jns. R. Pollock.
Faclt 1rImue's Clb:
Members and their g;ues s wAvIi play cards at the Michigan Union Thurs-
clay, March .3, at two o'clocL. in :ervtinneys:should be made with Mi's. 1Dow
(telephone 9127).

COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN
WILL GIVE ADDRESSES
TO FRESHMEN GROUPS
Thomas Winter, '28, who was chair-
man of this year's J-Hop committee,
and James U. Hughey, Jr., '28, chair-
man of the Union house committee,
will speak tonight to three of the
1 freshman groups organized and di-
rected by the Union underclass de-
partment, William V. Jeffries, '27,
chairman of that dlepartment stated!
yesterday.I
These groups which were organized
during the fall met individually andi
together several times last semester,;j
when the underclass department pro-:
v ided student and faculty speakers;
and usicfor the gatherings. Similar l

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Theo regu;lar ihi-weekly 11) i'Ijn.';of Si(mla Gammnia Epsiloniwill 1be held
in Room 4.3 N. S. T',u rs1a y, :Miarch 8 . it 7:3)0. Mir. Senstius will give his
second lect urie on ''P] utograph lli' a«t : in Room X137 N. S. Mr. Zinn will
also speak.

Sociology Club:
The Sociology Club will meet Wednesday, March 9, instead of this even-
ing as announced.
A. K. Hall.
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- Luncheon, 11:30-1:30
- Dinner, 5:30-7:00
Special Parties by Arrangement.
Phone 9646 205 South State St. :j

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