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PAGE EiGITT

THE MTCI-TTCAN DATLY

TUESDAY, MARC 8. 1927

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publicaiion 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.

VOLUME VII

'iTUESDJAY, MARCH 8, 1927

NUMBEtt 112

Pre-Medical Students:
Dr. Hugh Cabot, Dean of the Medical School, will speak to pre-medical
students and all others interested at 4:10 P. M. Thursday, March 10, in the
Natural Science Auditorium. His subject will be "Medicine as a Profession."
All students who are contemplating the study of medicine are advised to
hear Dean Cabot.
John R. Effinger.
Postponement of Lectures by Mr. Lewis Mumford:
The lectures to be given this week by Mr. Lewis Mumford have been
indefinitely postponed because of Mr. Mumford's Illness.
Emil Lorch.
First Year Students, College of Engineering:
The Faculty of this College, at a meeting on February 24, approved the
following regulations:--
That attendance upon the Freshman Assembly shall be
compulsory, and that unexcused absences shall, be consid-
ered acts of insubordination;
That after two absences, unexcused by the freshman men-
tor, the student shall be warned;
That after two more unexcused absences the student shall
be placed on probation for insubordination, his probation-
ary period to last for the remainder of the freshman year;
That after two more unexcused absences the student shall
be suspended for the remainder of the school year.
The administration of these .rules shall be under the control and super-
vision of the Committee on Discipline.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
Exhibition of Stained Glass:
A collection of stained glass windows by Nicola D'Ascenzo is now being
shown in the Architectural Library, Room 205, West Engineering Building.
It is open from 10:00 to 12:00 and from 1:30 to 5:00 daily through Tuesday,
March 8, excepting only on Sunday.
Emil Lorch.
Freshman Group: ..
There will be a meeting of my freshman group at 7:30 this evening at
my home, 2008 Day Street. Out Washtenaw to Cambridge Road, left on
Cambridge Road one block to' Day Street, right on Day Street.
R. C. Angell.
Freshman Groups Organized By Dean Bursley:
The basketball game for the league championship will be played to-
night at 9:15 between Mr. Abbot's group and Mr. Clark's group.
Carl C. Brandt.
Mr. Olmsted's Freshman Group:
There will be a meeting at 8 P. M. on Thursday, March 10th, at my
home, 2007 Washtenaw. This is an important meeting as several men must
be picked to represent us in the remaining contests.
C. T1. Olmsted.
Psychology 31; Makeup Examinations:
Students who were given the grade of X in Psychology 31 in the Feb-
ruary report may take the make-up for the final examination on Wednes-
day, March 9,, at 2:00 o'clock, Room 250 Natural Science Building. Students
who were given permission to make up a deficiency in collateral reference
reading may appear at this same time and place.
Adelbert Ford.
Mr. Logan's Spanish Classes:
I shall not meet my classes on Tuesday morning, but shall meet after-
noon classes that day as usual.
Albert J. Logan.
Poltleal Science 32:
The make-up examination in Political Science 32 will be held on Fri-
day, March 11, at 2 P. M., Room 2035, Angell Hall.

l Mathematical Club:
Regular meeting will be held in Room .201 Angell hall, this evening at
8 o'clock. Mr. L. W. Cohen will present "Measurability and Continuity."
All persons interested are cordially invited. IV. W. TDentom.
Landscape Club:
There will be a regular meeting of the Landscape Club at 7:30 Wednes-
day, March 9. Profes<or Tealdi will speak. WVaynIe t.. Laverty.
Alpha N :
The regular meeting will be held tonight at seven-thirty.
Lyle E. Eiserman,P Pres.
Fencers:
Announcement of all classes in advanced and beginning fencing is
posted in the fencing room, Waterman Gym.
N. It. Benham.
Portia Literary Society:
Tryouts for the Freshman Portia-Athena debating team will be held
Tuesday, March 8, at 7:15 P. M. All freshmen must come prepared to give
a three minute talk on the negative side of the question, "Resolved: That
all upper class women be required to participate two hours weekly in some
elective sport, for which half credit will be given."
Miriam 1I. Olden, President.
Round Table Club:
There will be a joint meeting of the Round Table Club and the Negro-
Caucasian Club, Tuesday, March 8th, at 8:00 P. M. at the Michigan Union
on the third floor. See Bulletin Board for room. Mr. Norman Thomas,
eminent socialist and director of the League for Industrial Democracy,
will lead an informal discussion. Others welcome.
C. D. Breltel.
Music Section:
The Music Section of the Faculty Women's Club will meet with Mrs.
L. O. Case, 720 Whaley Ct. on Wednesday, March 9, at 8 o'clock, for chorus
practice. Marion Fisk, Secretary.
Chi Delta Phi:
There will be a meeting Tuesday at 7:30 P. M. in Room 204 S. W.
Mary Elizabeth Kibbey, President..
Athena Literary Society:
Tryouts for the Portia-Athena Freshman Debate will take place at the1
next Athena Meeting, Tuesday, March 8th, at 7:30 P. M. Athena will debateJ
the affirmative side of the question. "Resolved: That all upper class women
be required to participate two hours weekly in some elective sport, for which
half credit will be given."
All freshmen are required to try out.
Florence A. Pollock, President. j
Faculty Women's Club:
The Play Reading Section will meet Tuesday, March 8th, with Mrs.
E. R. Sunderland, 1510 Cambridge Road.
Charlotte M. Sundwall.
Le Cercle Francais:
There will be a meeting of Le Cercle Francais, Tuesday evening, March
8, at 7:30 in Room 204 of South Wing. An exceptionally interesting pro-
gram has been arranged. Al old and new members are urged to make a
special effort to be present.
Dorothy B. Tisch, Pres.

Kerenskv Arrives
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PRESENTS

Alexander Kerensky
Former provisional president and I
prime minister of the Russian repub-
lic, who is photographed as he sees
New York for the first time.
Stevens To Discuss
Boys' Schools Here
William 0. Stevens, headmaster of
the Roger Ascham School for Boys
at White Plains, New York, has been
secured to speak at 7:15 o'clock to-
morrow night in the library of Uni-
versity high school before the meeting
of the Women's Educational club. His
topic will be "Problems of Private
Schools."
Prof. Morris P. Tilley, of the English
department, who has recently made a
survey of the private schools through-
out the country, and Prof. G. C. Kyte,
of the School of Education, who has
studied the legal aspects of private
schools in relation to the recent Ore-
gon law, will assist in a discussion.
Stevens was recently appointed
headmaster of the new Cranbrook
private school for boys located near
Detroit which will open in the fall.
This will be the first opportunity for
any one in this region to hear him.
All who are interested are invited
to attend the meeting.

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Junior Engineers:
There will be an important class meeting Tuesday, March 8, at 11:00
in Room 348, West Engineering Building.
James C. Brier.
Organ Recital:
Palmer Christian, University Organist, will give a very interesting pro-
gram in the Twilight Organ Recital Series, Wednesday afternoon at 4:15
o'clock. The general public, with the exception of small children, is cor-
dially invited to attend. The program in full is as follows: Prelude and
Fugue in E minor (Bach); Largo and Allegro (Concerto in D) (Vivaldi-
Bach); Prelude (Schmitt); Choral Improvisation on "Indulci jubilo" (Karg-
Elert); Angel Scene (Haensel and Gretel) (Humperdinck); The Fountain
(A Chinese Garden) (DeLamarter); Traumerei (Strauss); Passacaglia and
Finale on Bach (Georg Schumann).
Charles A. Sink, Secretary.
Senior Electrical Engineers:
T. W. Barlow, '26E, of the Cutler-Hammer Mfg. Company, Milwaukee,
Wisconsin, will be in Room 271 West Engineering Building today to inter-
view anyone interested in work with this company and to arrange for con-
ferences with Mr. G. S. Crane, '10E, Genepal Sales Manager of the same
company who will be here on March 14th.
Joseph H. Cannon.
Senior Education Class:
Arrangements have been made to purchase class canes at Wagner &
Co. on State Street. Orders for Caps and Gowns will be taken at Pratt &
Dunn's on State Street.
Earl R. Lillie, President.
A. S. C. E.-Student Branch:
The regular dinner meeting will be held at the Union tonight, March 8, at
6 P. M. Mr. Nellis of the Detroit Edison Company will be the speaker.
Ralph B. Ehlers.
Adelphi:
Adelphi house of Representatives will hold its regular meeting Tuesday
evening at 7:30 in the Adelphi rooms on the fourth floor of Angell Hall. It
is of special importance that all freshmen interested in the coming debates
with Alpha Nu attend this meeting.
Visitors will be cordially welcomed.
J. 3f. Schrade, Speaker.
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