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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

SUNDAY, MARCH 20.:1927

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DAILY OFFICIAL

BULLETIN

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

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VOLUJME VII

sLTNPXY, 3MARC:

A 20, 1927 NUMBER 123

Tio the D)eans:

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There will be no Conference of the Deans on Wednesday, March 23.
F. E. Robbins.
University Senate:
The third regular meeting of the University Senate for the year 1926-
1927 will be held in Room C, Law Buding 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-
igan Union.
II. Memorials to Dr. N. S. Hoff and Professor W. B. Merrick.
John W. Bradshaw, Secretary of the Senate.
Faculty, College of Literature, Science and the Arts:
The next meeting will be held Monday, March 28th, at 4:10 P. M. in
Room 2225, Angell Hall.
John R. Effinger.
Maison Francalse:
In order that we may know whether there is a demand for a house in
which French is generally spoken, I am asking, at the request of the French
Department that all girls interested, leave their names at my office in Bar-
hour Gymnasium before Thursday, March 24.
Alice C. Lloyd, Chairran, Advisers of Women.
Ecnoomics 131:-Combinations and Trusts:
My 10 o'clock quiz section will please meet in Room 101 Economics
Bldg. instead of 1009 A. H. Monday, March 21.
l Ii. Waterman.
Senior Civils, Electricals and Mechanicals:
Representatives of the Bell System will be in Room 153 West Engineer-
ing Bldg., Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, March 21st to 23rd, to inter-
view those interested in positions in the communication industry. This
includes the Development and Research Departments in New York City,
the Western Electric at Hawthorne, and the seventeen Associated Operat-
ing Companies of the Bell System covering the entire United States.
L. M. Gram
.. H. Cannon
H. C. Anderson
Electrical Engineering Students:
On Monday evenring at 8:15 P. M. in the Michigan Union, a Smoker of
the Student Branch of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers will
be held. Mr. Deller, of the Bell Telephone Research Laboratories, New
York City will present an illustrated talk on the telephone business. Former
Brig. General R. I. Rees, will also address the meeting. All electrical stu-
dents are urged to attend.
Maurice H. Nelson, Chairman, A. I. E. E.
Electrical Engineering Students:
On Monday afternoon, March 21st, at 4:15 P. M. in the Natural Science
Auditorium, there will be a meeting of the Student Branch of the American
Institute of Electrical Engineers at which Robert R. Swain, Grad., will
present a talk on"RadioEFrequency Measurements." A small model will
be used in illustrating 4the properties of high frequency electric flow on
wires. Everyone interested is invited to attend.
Maurice H. Nelson, Chairman, A. I. E. E.
Scalp and Blade Men:
There wfil be a meeting this afternoon at the Union, 2:30, on the third
floor. As this will be the last meeting before the Easter holidays, attend-
ance of all members will be vitally important.
W. J. Dodge, Sect.
Economics Club:
The Econo'mics Club will meet on Monday, March 21, at 7:45 in Room
104, Economics Building. Professor C. H. May will discuss Foster and
Catchings "Profits." Members of the staffs of Econpmics and Business
Administration and graduate students in these departments are invited.
Please note change in place of meeting.
Z. C. Dickinson.
len's Educational Club:
The Men's Educational Club will meet Monday at 7:00 P. M. sharp,
March 21. Dr. Marvin S. Pittman of the rural educational department of
Michigan State Normal College will speak on "Four Eras of Rural Educa-
tional Effort." Room 304, Michigan Union.
Wm. F. Wilcox, Vice-Pres.
Ilindustan Club:
There will be an important meeting of the Hindustan Club in Lane
Hall on Sunday, March 20, at 3 P. M. Members are requested to be punctual.
P. 5. Singh, Secretary.
The Philippine Michigan Club:
Our regular meeting will be held at Lane Hall on Sunday, March 20.
All members are requested to be present.
L. R. Salvosa, Secretary.
Physlcs Colloquium:
The Physics Colloquium will meet at 4:15 P. M., Tuesday, March 22,
in Room 1041, New Physics Building. Professor G. A. Lindsay will speak
on "The Nature of X-Ray Absorption Edges and the Values of Certain
Energy Levels." All interested are cordially invited to attend.
1' . Colby

Old Copies And Reproductions Of Plavs COOK WILL FACE
Of 18th Century Shown In Library OHIO INDICTMENT
CLEVELAND, March 19-Dr. Fred-
Genuine age-stained copies and which was revised and adapted to erick A. Cook, if his parole from the
many reproductions of early editions the tage by a Mr. Theobald, who as- Federal penitentiary at Leavenworth,
of eighteenth century plays by fa- serted that th original manuscript KarsCeisladeauthectie, will
for Cleveland authorities, who will
mous English dramatists and play- had been written by Shakespeare; but bring him here to face indictment!
! wrights are now on exhibition in the which critics declare does not show charging use of the mails to defraud.
main lobby of the Library. A few of any mark of Shakespeare's hand. day by A. E. Bernstein, United
the plays still have their original Several of Colley Cibber's dramas are This information was rceived yester-
covers, but many of them have been shown including "The Lying Lover" States district attorney, from Warden;
Srebound. which is considered his most sie- P. D. White of the prison. BernsteinI
Several plays by Dennis are ex- cessful play, "The Tender Husband," immediately went before Federal
hibited, the more important of which and "The Lady's Last Stake." bench wastfor D Cook's a
are "Appius and Virginia," and " Marianne," a tragedy by FentohD
"Gibraltar" or "The Spanish Adven- given in 1723 in the Theatre Royal The indictments were returned in
ture." The former with a classical in Lincoln-Inn-Fields, is also shown. 1923. Dr. Cook was named with 23
theme in which are found traces of IThe emotional nature of the play made associates, all of them charged with
patriotic enthusiasm aroused by Marl- it a success and reconciled this thea- using the mails to defraud in' connec-
borough's victories was unsuccessful, ter. to the town which had neglected tion with the sale of stock of the
running only four days and four it for the Drury Lane show house. Petroleum Producers association of
nights in the Drury Lane theatre. It 'The Fatal Curiosity," 1736, and East Liverpool, Ohio.
was ridiculed by the author's con- "The London Merchant," 1740, by }
temporaries because of his style. The George Ciilio were domestic tragedies,
latter play, which appeared in 1705,i this author being considered as the
was an attempt at farce, and of which predecessor of Hendrik Ibsen. outdo
Dennis himself said "the first day it There are also copies exhibited of
was well acted * * * but was E 'School for Wives," which went
not suffered to be heard." One may through five editions in two years, your
also see Addison's "Cato" a pseudo- and "False Delicacy," 3,000 copies of
classical tragedy which Voltaire re-! which were sold in one day and which -thats particularly
garded as a masterpiece, and which ! was translated into a number of lan- When picture opportur
is still considered by many critics guages. Sheridan's "School for
as the most sincere drama of the S Scandal" and "The Rivals," Samuel Stock up here m
eighteenth century. Johnson's "Irene," and Oliver Gold- and return it for
A number of Rowe's plays of "she smith's "She Stoops to Conquer" and
tragedies," as he called them, are "The 'Good Natured Man" have been Kodaks
shown. "Tammarlane" was first given placed in the same case.
in 1702 in the New Theatre in Lin- 'New Hay at the Old Market" and
coin-Inn-Fields, and was presented "The Heir at Law" by George Col-
annually until 1815, on November 5, man, the younger, were of a roman- GOODY
that day being the anniversary of tic nature. It is said of the young-
the landing of William III in 1688. er Colman that "his characters 107so. MAINN A
Kemble's copy of "The Gamester" is possess sentimental gentility which ANN ARB(
is placed near these plays with his J the spectators admired, and they
alterations and Anthony Trollope's were attended by servants whose un- _
book-plates. couth manners and dog-like fidelity
In another case many dramas are passed for humor." Nearby is a copy
exhibited that suggested the immor- of Horace Walpole's drama, "The
ality of the restoration period such Mysterious Mother," which was writ- IEDs et
as Mrs. Centlivre's "The Perjur'd ten in 1768 but never acted as pro-
Husband"; John Weaver's "The Rape ducers considered the theme too re-
of Colombine" or "The Flying Lov- pulsive to be presented upon the Merricle Heirlo
ers"; and the "Double Falsehood" stage.

ADVERTISING STUDENTS
IMAKE SURVEY OF LOCAL
BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS
Ultimately aiming to acquire a
closer understanding of the principles
and workings of modern advertising,
students of advertising in the journ-
alism department of the University
are at 'present making a survey of
business houses in Ann Arbor.
The survey includes a study of
store arrangements, merchandising
methods and advertising as employed
by those business establishments.
Each of the 150 or more students en-
rolled in the advertising courses has
selected a certain establishment for
critical study. Eventually a check-
up will be made showing the kind
and extent of the advertising each
concern does. and possible recom-
mendations and criticism will be of-
fered.
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with Kodak Film
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$5 Up
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Seniors, Literary College:
Bell Telephone System representatives will be at the Michigan Union
in Room 323 Tuesday, March 22, and Room 304 Wednesday and Thursday,
March 23 and 24, for the purpose of interviewing those interested in em-
ployment.
J. A. Bursley, Dean.
COLLEGE MEN AND WOMEN.
When in the vicinity of State and Packard, will find the
PACKARD RESTAURANT, American cooking, a good place
to eat. Under new management, and everything else new.
703 PACKARD
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Chines

are so Different from Other Chinese Rugs.
Because they arel designed from examples of old Chinese
art by real Chinese artists of highest rank. Not, as is
the case of most commercial rugs--in the American
studios of importers, by Americans.
That they may be more readily appreciated and because
I feel that nothing that can be printed about the rugs
will convince people of their quality and beauty as will
the actual rug itself, I am going to give the buying
public the money I would otherwise use in advertising
by pricing twelve 2x3 ft. rugs at $18.00 each, and
twenty-eight 2x4 ft. at $24.00 each. Come while the
selection is good.
MERRICK, Importer
928 Church St.

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For
Laughing
Purposes
Only-
If You
Don't
Want
to Laugh,
Don't
Attend
the
Mimes
Theatre
Week
Starting
Tuesday
March
22...
Lal"es
By George S. Kaufman
and Marc Connelly,
Authors of
"THE BUTTER
AND EGG
MAN"
and Just as Funny
"Do you know where
some of the biggest deals
in the world are pulled off?

In people's house's, over the
-coffee-or whatever it
is."-CHESTER.
SEATS AT BOX
OFFICE
TOMORROW
PHONE 4151
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SECON WEEK
Wed. Mat., 50e-$2.50

-Nights, 5OC-$w.5(l

Sat. Mat., 50c.$2.00

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A Limited Return Engagement

Anne Nichols' Laughing Success
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The Play that put U in Humor

lDrama ~tSection:
The Drama Section of the Faculty Women's Club
house, Monday evening, March 21.

will meet at the Club
Pauline F. hall.

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A car with good tires, good top and side curtains,
and a real nice running motor is worth just $45.00
regardless of the make.
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We have plenty of these cars in stock now and=
you can make a real buy if you come down here
and look over our stock of used cars.
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Chevrolet
Sales
= Corner of Huron & Ashley Sts. Phone 9314
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Pittman To Address
Educational Society
Prof, Marvin S. Pittman, of the ru-
ral educational department of Michi-
gan State Normal college, will be the
principal speaker at a meeting of the
Men's Educational club, at 7 o'clock
Monday night, in room 304 of the
Union. Professor Pittman will dis-
cuss "Four Eras of Rural Educational
Effort" before the men students of the
School of Education.
Alpha Omicron Pi announces the
pledging of Virginia Ruckman, '28.

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