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EIGHT

THE MIC HIGAN DAILY

TIII'RSDAY, 'MARCH 10, 1927

1~IGHT TIIt~RSDAY, MARCH 10, 1921

DAILY OFFICIAL

BULLETIN

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PublicaLiion in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:3 p. mn. (11:30 a. mn. Saturdays). Copy must be typewritten.

VOLUME VII

RUJLS)AY, MAJUA

C'H 10, 1927 NUMBER 114

Students, College of Literature, Scienice, and the Arts:
All1 students of this College are, reminded that after this week no
courses may be elected for credit.
WV. R. Humphreys, Asst. Dean.
Executive Board, Graduate School:
There will be a meeting of the Executive Board of the Graduate School
on Thursday, March 10, at 4:00 P. M.
r *4 1A. H. Lloyd.
Pre-Medical Students:
Dr. Hugh Cabot, Dean of the Medical School, will.,speak to pre-mnedical
students and all others interested at 4:10 P. M. Thursday, March 10, in the
Natural Science Auditorium. 1Hs subject will be "Medicine as a Profession."
All students who are contemplating the study of medicine are advised to
hear Dean Cabot.
John B. Effinger.
Unilversity Com it tee on Accredited Schools:
The University Committee on Accredited Schools will meet on Friday,
March 11, 1927, at 3 P. M. in the office of Registrar Smith.
J. B. Edmonson, Secretary.
Postponement of Lectures by Mr. Lewis Mumford:
t The lectures to be given this week by Mr. Lewis Mumford have been
indefinitely postponed because of Mr. Mumford's illness.
Emill Lorch.
Russian Literature 122:
The special examination for students in this class who have not taken
Course 121 (first semester) will, occur on Friday, March 11, at 9 o'clock; in
Room 25 A. H..v
Lila Pargment.

Falt y 11ouin's Club :
There will be a meeting of the Newcomners' Section of the (Faculty
I*Women's Club on Thursday, March 10, at 2:30~ o'clock at the home of Mr's.
Paul A. Leidy, 1509 Granger Avenue.
Margaret Van Duren, Sc cretairy.{
It has been proposed t hat Ca nadian~ men anad women onJ the cai musII
and those nurses and ex-service men of whatevernationality who served
with Biritish or Colonial unit,, during the Wvoril war, celebrate the t enthI1
anniversary of the capture of Vimy R idge by having an informal dinner to-
gether at the Union on the evening of April 7th. (The .9th falls within
Spring Recess.) There will be music and goodtfeliowship hut no long
speeches and no very niaughty soldier songs. If you wish to att end such a
dinner please say so on a postcard addressed to the u~ndersignedl at 1 2
Observatory St reet. Norman t Aniiig.
Senior Ball allee1tig:.
A meeting of senior ball cla ss representatives will belheld at 7:.0
o'clock tonight inl Room :306J of the Union. Furt her lustruct ions will be
given appointed 'jommaitteemen.,
Stuart. H. Sj*inclaj*~i, Senolr Ball C airm ana.
1Phi Ita Sigma:i
Initiates will please pay the fee of $7.50 at the Of ice of the Do'an of Stu-
dents, Room 2, University Hall, not later than March 191th. Regular members
will pay the $1.25 banquet. fee at the same time.
WinI. B. Pailmter,LPres~ide nt.
Round TCable Club:
A ver'y important meeting of the Roundl Table Club wiii be held 'It
Paula's Coffee Shoppe, opposite Lane Ball, on Friday, M~arch 11th at 41:00I
P. M. C. 1). Breitl.
Iota Sigma Pi:
There wil be a meeting of Iota Sigma Pi, Thu1rsday, March 10, at 8:00
P. M. at the Alpha Eplison Iota House, 119 Park Terrace. Miss Catharine
Jarvis wvilspek on "Calcium Metahaolism." Alumnae members and Patron-
esses are cordially invited. Margaret. W. Johnston.
Pi Lambda Theta :
There will be a , short business meeting in the Library of Martha Cook
Thursday at seven-thirty. Virginia Eairl, Presitdent.

"GOOD WVIL L" HATE RS CONTINUE

Although Capt. Clinton F. Woolsey of Michigan, left, and Lieut. John
E. Benton of California. were killed wvhen their hydroplane, the "Detroit",
crashedl with the "New.York". in Buenos Aires. Major Herbert A. Dargue,
coinmanding. announced the American ''Good Will'' flight to Latin-Amter-
iean countries will continue. Lieut. Ennis C. Whitehtead, left inset, and
Major Dargue. right inset, flying in the "New Fork,"' escaped by lieaping
with parachutes.

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English-Professor de Selincourt's Seminary: WRITE IN REVIEW
This class will meet for the first time Thursday, March 10th, at 4j
o'clock, in Room 407 Library.' Copies of the March issue of the
Politlcal Science 31-. Michigan Lawv Review were placed onf
Make-up examination for all groups taking Political Science 31 during sho.Trefaftuernlat theeLa
the past semester, on Friday, March 11, at 2 P. M., Room 2035 Angell Hall. scol;he etreatce pei
It. T. Crane. in this latest addition.4
___________________The first by Robert W'. Wheeler, al
Zoology .urnal C'lub: prominent member of the bar inI
The Zoology Journal Club will meet in Room 242, Natural Science Cleveland, Ohio, is titled, "The Effect'
Bldg., Thursday, March 10, at 7:30 P. M. Dr. Byerly will give a paper on of Foreign Divorce Decree Upon
"Growth by Mistosis in; the Chick Embryo," and Dr. Dice will discuss "Meth- Dowver and Curtesy." The second,:
of keeping field Notes." All interested are cordially invited to attend. "'The Early Liability of a Bailee"' was;
Frank N. Blanchard. written by Norman F. Arterburn,
professor of law at Washburn college.
Geological ournal Club:, The author of the third, "The. Prim-
The club will meet in Room 436 N. S. Bldg. at 7:30 tonight. There" will itive Character and Origin of the Bo-
be a symposium on "Recent Developments in Paleontology." The following poteum ePoessiso," isGeoreM Bush,
/speakers will be on the program:-G. M. Ehlers, R. C. Hussey, C. F. Dice, Post.e Restante aas rne
D. A. Hlm.and issCooey.Thirty-three articles are includied
WaAlterm ndMssColy A. V Wlebe Secretary. .in the Recent Important Decision
Waltr ersection. These articles, for the most
'o All Students Interested in Mathenmatics: pr were prepared by the studentI
members of the Law Review board.
There will be a meeting of all students interested .in mathematics for The Note and Comment division con-
the purpose of organizing a Student Mathematics Club, Thursday at 7:30 tains articles by both student and fa-
P. M. in Room 3201 Angell Hall. Professor J. W. Glover will give a short culty members of the board.
talk on "The Opportunities for Students in Mathematics." Everyone in- There are also four book reviews'
terested is cordially invited to attend the meeting and take part in the in the current edition of the monthly
organizations of the club. N . C. Fisk. periodical.
Mr. Morris' Freshman Group:"S c n
'There will be a short but important meeting of my group at the Union, ."e o dC r s
Friday evening, March 11, at 7:30 P.' M. to organize teams for remaining
contests. A. R. Morris. "
American Chemical Society Lecture:.
B.. Hopkins, Professor of Inorganic Chemistry at Illinois, will de-
scribe his discovery of Illinium, Thursday, March 10, at 4:15 in the Chem- r. r:.::?:?:>.:«;>"::::::
futry Amphitheater, Room 165. All interested are cordially invited.I
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International INight.:.. r:.r:,:
For everyone taking part in International night at the Peave Auditori-j::,i
um, Ypsilanti, Thursday, March 10th," the Cosmopolitan Club has provided
transportation as follows: Special buss will leave Lane Hall at 6:15'P. M: :.:::
and wil retur afterthe peformance. Everyone is urged to b ntm
Lester P. Kauffinann, Chairman International Ilght .:",r.::;L r":,B"
Freshman Girls' Glee Club:
There will be a special meeting at 4:15 Thursday, March 10th, at the '";4: .:.......
School of Music to make arrangements for selling candy at the Junior '' ? , '::;':::;;:<'
Girls' Play. 'As this is a very important meeting, all chairmen and members : °.:::?:::::::;1,:;:
are urged to be present. :;>:">:"... .
GeorgiI.[. Vandawarker, Pres.
Public. Lecture: r.
Professor Dr. DeWitt H. Parker will lecture-on Tolstoy's book " What is
Art?" Thursday, March 10th, at 4:15 in Room 231 Angell Hall. The public. ..
is invited. . S. Onderdonk. "r;.'
Chinese Students' Club:
The dlate and the place have been fixed for the conference on national Gabre, Germanv's great tenor, for.
affairs by all the Chinese students in the state of Michigan.! It will be held whom Caruso predicted a great fI
in Ann Arbor on March 18 and 19. ture, now is called "The Second Ca-
S. K. Yee, President. ruso" in Ger many.
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