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THE

MICHIGAN

DAILY'

TUESDAY, 'MARCH 15, 19271

TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, MARCH 15, i927~

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publicaijion in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members 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..
VOLUME VII TCUESDAY, MARCH 111% 927 NUMBER 11S

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To the Deans:
There will be no conference on Wednesday, March 16.

(C. C. Little.

Exlihition. of Shyscraper Drawinigs:
The American Skyscraper Exhibition nlow boing shown in Alumni
Memorial Hall under the auspices of the College of Archiitecture will be
open daily throughbout this week from 2:00 to 5:00 o'clock.
Enill Lorcli.
French :11, Mr. Barn ett:
My French 31 at 10:00 o'clock will meet, beginning today (Tuesday), in
Room 205, North hallway of South Wing. H. C. Barnett.
French 5, Engineering:
French 5-Engineering College class-will meet Wednesday at 5:00
o'clock instead of today. A. J. Jobin.

'Senior Mechanwil Lit- neers :
Mr. J. S. h' rrwi:=eehaiiical Engineer, Nickel Plate Raihroad, will be
in Room 221 Ws niern Building Tuesiday, iia reli 15, to iat(,rviewv
stuldentitJt ,c, it (! iithe iiotive' power and mechanical eng,'ineering dep art-
ments of rail road wo crk. 11. C. A nders-,,a.
IPhysics ('olloqluin ra:
! The P11_ 077('Imaulm will me,(t at 4:13 P. M. Tuesday, March 15, in
l Rom 1-41, owh 4sbuilding. Mlr. J1ulian E. Mack will spteak on "X-ray
4K-absorptioniin'ilthe 1,ai-y UVV e iieiits, an l --screenlin g Numbers.'' All inter-
ested are cordially invited to )at tend. W. 1'. . Colby.
Senior IiEucaion Cla s;
Orders for Graduation Announcem ents wi ll be taken on ueday M rc
Seniors may also pay class dues at these hours.
Earl Is. bilic, President.
Inteli 7ence 'Tests:
I wanlt to get inl tou ch with severlm ore individuals wrho have t aken the
Army Alpha Test at least five years ag,-o, and who know their numerical
score. Few people answer these requirements so may I beg all who qualify
to phone me. Howard G. Scalilil, 2,12-N. S. Bldg. Plione I1531.
Romance Club:
Meeting of the Romance Club Tuesday afternoon, March 15 at 4:15
o'clock, Room 304 Michigan Union. . Bursley.
Dean Burslcy.s Freshman Group:
There wil be a meeting of Mr. P. E. Bursley's group at the Michigan
Union Tuesday, today, at 7: 30 o'clock. Prompt attendance is requested, as
delegates must be chosen for the spelling match which is also hell the
same evening. IP, E. Burlecy.
Tau Beta 1li:
There will be a meeting of the Michigan Gamma Chapter of Tau lBcta
Pi tonight at six o'clock in the Michigan Union.
Josephli 1. Ryanu, Secretary,
Adeiplil:
Adelphi, House of Representatives will hold its regular meeting on the
fourth floor of Angell Hall in the Adelphi rooms promptly at 7 :30. The
abolition of fraternities at the University of Michigan will be discussed.
All who are interested in forensic activities or in this particular discus-
Sion, are cordially invited to attend. J. iM. Schrade, Speaker.
IClassical Journal Club:
The Classical Journal Club will meet on Wednesday, March 16, at 4:00
P. M. in Room 2016 Angell Hall. Jamues E. lDunlap, Secretary.
Freshman Grouups Organized by D~ean Bursley :
There will be a combined meeting of the Adviser's groups in Room 316
of the Union, March 15, at 7:30 P. M. A spelling match, speeches, music,
and smokes will be had also. Every group member is urged to attend.
William V. Jeffries.

192 J-Hlop Comittee:
The 1928 J-H-op committee will me at 7 o'clock tonight in Room 306
of the Union. T__'1o uas C. I1,inier.
! 1usie Section
The Music Section of the Faculty Women's Club will meet at 8 o'clock
on Wednesday, March 16. with Mrs. B. F. Bailey. 1019 Baldwin Ave.
( lt Dela iitilnroua i :,d cretlry.
('li l~eta i Try outs:
Tryouts for Chi Delta Phi, formerly Black Quill, are to Ibo handed in
before Friday, March 18. Mary Elizabjeth Kibbey-.
Prescott (Club:
j Mr.. . Webster, of Detroit, formerly President of the National Asso-
ciation of Retail Druggists, will address the, regular monthly meeting of the
Club on Thursday, March 17, at 7:30 o'clock, in Room 303, Chemistry and
Pharmacy Building. A. C. L~udington, President.
Acolytes:
Professor C. R. Morris will read a paper to the society Tuesday even-
ing at 8:00 P. M., in Room 106 M. FLI, on the subject "Reasonable Conduct
Defended." C. 1)eloer.

The Ilispaiic Amierican ClOb:
Memnbers of the Club) and all peot:'
iteetdin Pan-Amerwiican relati;; s
are cordially invite~d to the Lecture ou
"'The Changing MmoroeIDoct rine,'' by
Professor A. S. Aiton, of the IHi~tom'y
Department, at 8:00 P. M., on Wednes- I
day, March 15 in Room 304 of the
Michigan Union.
P. Castrillo, Svc.
Alpha Nu :
Meeting tornight at seven-thirty-.
This is primarily visitors night for
all, preparatory to the second semes-
ter tryouts for membership. The pro)-
gram of the evening will be a report
on "A criticism of the Bolshevik
regime in Russia" followed by a gen-
eral discussion.
I ~Lyle E. Elsermnan, Pres.

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,Sociology 200-Independenut Reading:
Students assigned to me in the course in Independent Reading
Sociology will meet for lunch Tuesday at 12 at Paula'13 Coffee Shop, 221
State. Attendance is voluntary. H. T. Lansdale.

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T.ihe lialden of the Rocks Len solmu . . . . Ulpstreami
A 'Night in Luxemubourg Geising . ' ..New Grub Street
The Return of the dative Cabell .. The Cream of the Jest
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95c each.

Members of the Various Staffs iun East Engineering Building:
The usual luncheon of the combined staffs will be held Tuesday noon,
March 15th. C. WV. Goodl.
French Plays:
The date of the next event: on the Cercle Franca is program has been
changed from March 16 to March 23. Three one-act plays will be given in
Sarah Caswell Angell Hall at 8:00 o'clock. Tickets for the remainder of
the series, including this soiree, may be procured in Room 104 South Wing.
Rente Talamon.
Organ Recital:
Palmer Christian, University Organist, will give a very interesting pro-
gram in the Twilig~it 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:-Allegro agitato
(Sonata 11) (Rheinberger) ; Hora Mystica (Bossi) ; Liebestraum lLiszt) ;
Allegro vivace (Symphony V) (Widor) ; Lamentation (Guilmant) ; The
Kings Hunt (Bull) (1563-1628) ; Romanza (Wolstenholme) ; Rhapsody
(Cole).. Charles A. Sink, Secretaury.

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HANLEY, '27, WINS
FORESTRY AWARD'
John H. Hanley, '27, is the winner
of the Charles Lathrop Pack award
for the best paper on a forestry prob-
lem written each year by a student ofI
the department of forestry, accordingS
to 'an announcement of that depart-
ment. The subject of the winning
paper was "Public Regulation of Priv-
ate Cutting". The judges were mem-
bers of the forestry, rhetoric and eco-
nomics departments of the University.
The prize is an annual one, this be-l
ing the first year of its awarding. Itf
was made possible by the establish-
mnent of a fund by Charles Lathrop
Pack, the president of the American
Tree Association, and a well-known
American philanthropist who hasw
given huge sums for the encourage-
ment of the scientific study of fores-
try and forest problems in the United
States.
JOURNALISM HEAD
TO GIVE -SPEECHES
"Routines" will be the subject of an
address to be given before the Insti-
tute of Technology, by Prof. John L.
Brummn, head of the journalism de-
bartment, in Detroit Friday night. The
occasion is thie annual educational
banquet of the Technology institute.
Tomorrow afternoon Professor
Brummi will address the assembly at
Dowagiac high school.
PROF. AfTON TO SPEAK
Prof. Arthur S. Aiton of the history
department will address a meeting of
,the Army-Navy club to be held Thurs-
day night at the Union on the subject
"The Mixton War--A Foot-note To
Prescott".
AT THE' DETROIT TREATERS
GARRICK
BEGINNING Sl'NI)AY, 3MARCH 13
A Limited Ret urn Eugagenucuit
Anne Nichols' Laugming Success
"Abie's Irish Rose"
The Play that put U in Humor
Bonstelle ]Playhouse
Woodward at Eliot
It's Not a Thinking Show This
Easy Come, Easy Go
It's Not For Riuminationi
But Purely for Cachinations
CASSj
Lafayette at Wayne St. Cad. 1100
HELEN HAYES
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What Every Woman Knows
FIRST POP MAT. WEDNESDAY
75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00

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SIX CONCE*RT-S
HILL AUDITORIUM - ANN ARBOR
EARL V. MOORE Musical Director
FREDERICK STOCK Orchestral Cond.
JOSEPH E. MADDY Children's Cond.
Rosa Ponselle Soprano
Metropolitan Opera Company
Betsy 'Lane Shepherd Soprano
American concert and oratorio singer,
Lois Johnston Soprano
f San Carlo Ope~ra Company
Ernestine Schumann-Heink Contralto
Jubilee Anniversary
Sophie Braslau Contralto
Metropolitan Opera Company
Elsie Baker Contr~alto
American concert and oratorio singer
Armand Tokatyan Tenor
Metropolitan Opera Company
Arthur Hackett Tenor
American concert and oratorio singer
Lawrence TIibbett Baritone
Metropolitan Opera Company=.
William Simmons Baritone
American concert and oratorio singer
James Wolfe Bass
Metropolitan Opera Company
Lea Luboshutz Violinist
Russian Violinist
Ernest Hutcheson Pianist
Eminent American Artist
CARMEN Bizet
MASS IN D Beethoven
(Beethoven centenary)
CHORAL SYMPHONY Hoist
(American Premiere)
Season tickets $5.50, $6.00,,$7.00 (it Festival coupon is enclosed, deduct $3.00), ordered
by mail, will be selected in sequence and sent out about April 1, at purchaser's risk, unless fee
of 15c is enclo-ed for registration. CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary# Business Mgr.,
University School of Music

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ww Downstairs .........."". """". " """$2.50,
~First Four Rows Balcony , ..... " $2.00

THE 23rd
JUIO I01 LS' PLAY

Whitney Theofatre
!March 15-16-17-18-19

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