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VOLUME Vii THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1927 NUMBER I120
The third regular meeting of the University Senate for the -year 1926-
1927 will be held in Room C, Law Building on Monday, March 21, at 4:15
in the afternoon.
Order of Business:
I. Election of Senate Members of the Board of Directors of the Mich-
II. Memorials to Dr. N. S. Hoff and Professor 11. B. Merrick.
John W. Bradshaw, Secretary of the Senate.
To Senior Women:
Will any senior girls wishing positions other than teaching for next
year, come to my office at Barbour Gymnasium for possible assistance.
Beatrice W. Johnson, Adviser of Women.
International University Cruise:
Students wishing information regarding the "Floating University"
World Tour for 1927-28 may consult with me in my office, Room 3224
Angell Hall, Mondays, 3-4, Thursdays, 2-5, Fridays, 9-12. The Tour will be
Carlton F. Wells.
Dr. Arthur Haas, Professor of Physics, University of Vienna, will give
a lecture on "The Atom as a Source of Energy." Dr. Haas writes: "It will
be a lecture without mathematical formulae . . In the second half of this
lecture I shall deal with the problem of the transformation of radiation into
matter." This will be, given on Friday evening, March 18, at 8:00 P. M. in
the West Lecture Room of the Old Physics Laboratory.
H. M. Randall.
Applications have been received for all but a few places at the Station
this summer. Students who wish to attend should see me in person or
apply by letter as soon as possible. I shall be in my office, Room 449,
Natural Scince Building, at 11 A. M. Thursday and Friday of this week
and Monday and Tuesday of next week to confer with students who may be
interested. Copies of the Biological Station announcement may be secured
at the Summer- Session Office.
George ft. La Rute, Director.
Seniors, Literary College:
The 1927 Lit. Class will have an important meeting at 4:00 P. M. today
in Natural Science Auditorium. Class Prophet, Historian, etc., will be
elected, and orders will be taken for Commencement invitations, canes, etc.,
at this time.
Henry S. Maentz, Pres.
human spermatogenesis; and W. S. Murray will review an article on the
biliary system in the mouse.
All interested are invited to be present.
F. N. Blanhelarid.
Mr. J. H. Webster, of Detroit, formerly President of the National Asso-
ciation of Retail Druggists, will address the regular monthly meeting of the
Club tonight at 7:30 o'clock, in Room 303, Chemistry and Pharmacy Build-
ing. A. C. Liiington, President.
Michigan Glee Club:
All members are requested to take part in the Michigan Night Broad-
casting. Meet in old University Hall at twenty minutes to seven, Friday,
L. Stuart Bulinan, Manager.
Armny and Navy Club:
There will be an Army and Navy Club dinner Thursday evening, March
17th, at 6:15 P. M. at the Union. The speaker will be Professor Arthur S.
Aiton of the History Department whose subject is "The Mixton War-a
foot note to Prescott." All Reserve Officers and others interested in Na-
tonal Defense are invited to become members of the Club and join with us
at this time.
H. W. 3iller, President.
Sigma Gamnina Epsilon:
Sigma Gamma Epsilon will hold a short business meeting in Room
4363 N. S. at 7:00 Thursday night, March 17th.
Donald i. Chapman.
Senior echanileals and Electricals:
Mr. M. M. Boring of the General Electric Company, Schenectady, New
York, and Mr. W. J. Hockett of the General Electric Company, Fort Wayne,
Indiana, will be in Room 153, West Engineering Building on March 17 and
18 for the purpose of interviewing those interested in employment with this
H. C. Anderson
J. H. Cannon.
Senior Mechanical Engineers:
Mr. R. J. Gordon, Engineering Division of the Procter and Gamble Com-
pany of Ivorydale, Ohio, will be in Room 221 West Engineering Building
Thursday, March 17, to interview students interested in positions with this
H. C. Anderson.
P1 Lambda Theta:
There will be a meeting for the consideration of new members Thurs-
day at seven-thiry at Martha Cook.
Virginia Earl, President.
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CHRISTENSON AND MILLER WIN CASE
IN HOLMES CLUB FRESHMAN FINALS
After a short deliberation, judges freshman arguments is a "contracts"
Prof. Joseph II.lDrake, Paul A. Leidy tas. she argunets are limited to
and Burke Shart ell all of the i v 12 inutes eacxh, withi every speaker
school, declared the team of George limited to 15 citations. The cases are
13 Christenson and W. A. Miller vie- tied on an agreed statement of facts.
torious over P. G. Omar and George IThe briefs of the arguments are re-
Gale in the freshman finals of the quired to be handed in to the judges
-olmes case club which was held yos- two days before the trial as is ti
terday afternoon. The winning pair custom in the appelate courts.
had the plaintiff side of the argu- The case clubs are exclusively law
ment, while the losers pleaded the studetnt organizations. Each of the
defendant case. four clubs has both freshman and
The freshman finals in the Story junior law student members. A facul-
club and the Kent club will be held ty man and a senior law student su-
this afternoon. There will be no inter- pervise the preparing of the briefs.
club competition of the freshman
teams as this privilege is reserved CHINESE STUDENTS WILL
fthe junior teams who t
for e heHenryCampbellaCONVENE AT LANE HALL
l In the Story club match, Phillip N.
Krasne and L. 0. Dahlberg will be Delegates from nearly every Chi-
pitted against Gerald E. White and nese Student club in the state of
Roy I. Callahan. Profs. Edgar N. Michigan will meet tomorrow night to
Iurfee, H. Blythe Stason and Burke begin a two-day convention in the
Shartell, all members of the Law Lane hall auditorium. Special speak-
school faculty, will be the judges. The ers, as well as the official delegates,
Kent club match will find the team of will talk at each session.
Robert Kerr and Leonard Keller op- The chief object of the conference
f posed to Howard Wilson and Leo j is to discuss in open forum various
Rosen. I ways by which true information re-
Eamon de Valea
Lflader of the Irish Republican
party, who is in the United States in
connection with litigation arising
from an injunction obtained by the
Irish Free State, tying up approxi-
mately $2,500,000 of the Irish Repub-j
lican bond issue of 1920-21. DeValera1
is former president of the short-lived
The winning freshman teams will
be awarded with fully paid for sub-
scriptions for bound volumes of the
1927 and 1928 copies of the Michigan
Law Review. The last of these fresh-
man finals will not be until March
23, when Charles Sabel and S. W.
Hill will meet Azel Bean and Sidney
Wilsh in a contest to decide the fresh-
man team supremacy of the Marshall
The case that is being used in the
S OMENEW-TITLES IN
ISOME NEW TI'TLES IN
THE MODERN LIBRARY
The Maiden of the Rocks
A Night In Luxembourg
The Return of the Native
The mid-semester examination will be held Saturday, April 2, at
o'clock. Those having other classes at this time will please arrange
once for examination at a period other than the one announced.
R. H. Holmes.
Coming Real Soon!
There will be a make-up examination Saturday, March'19, from 9 to 12,
106 M. H.
C. De Boer.
It Circolo Itallano:
Prof. Bruce Donaldson will lecture on "The Sculpture of Donatello"
Thursday evening, March 17, at 8:00, in Room D, Alumni Memorial Hall.
The public is cordially invited.
J. Megaro, Pres.
Zoological Journal Club:
The Zoological Journal Club will meet Thursday, March 17, at 7:30
P. M. in Room 242, Natural Science Building. M. H. Pike will review articles
from the Pasteur Institute; Mrs. M. H. Langlois will review a study on
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