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THE MICHIGAN DAILY__________

LYOFFICIAL BULLE TIN
Y n in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
ersity. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
i(11:30 a. m. Saturdays). Copy must be typewritten,
VII SUNDAY, MARCH :27, 19l27 ~ NUMBER1 121:

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sere will b~e no Conference of the Deans onl Wednesday, March 30, 1927.
F. E. Robbins.
of the Discipline Commiittee:
x suant to the recommendation of the Advisory Committee, of the
t Council, the Discipline Committee has taken 'the follo wing action
ail to Mr. Karl Frederick Kraatz, '27, of Highland Park, Michigan,
as been found guilty of the theft of hooks from the R~hetoric Library
University of Michigan, and of the mutilation of the same:
}That Mr. Kraatz be immediately suspended for an indefinite period
That he be re-admitted only upon the recommendation. of the Ad.-
ative Board of the College of Literature, Science and the Arts
pThat notice of the action of the Discipline Committee be published
Daily Official Bulletin of the Mic bigan Daily.
Herbert F. Goodrich, Secretary, D~iscipline C'ommittee....
y, College of Literature, Science and the Arts:
e next meeting will be held ,Monday, March~ 28th, at 4:10 P. M. in
'225, Angell Fll.
'ohn 1R. Effinger.
Senate Comittee on Undergraduate Studies:
[ere will be a meeting of the Senate Committee on Undergraduat4i
son Tuesday, March 29, 1927, at, 4:00 P. M., Room 1014, Angell Hall.
Ira It. Smith, Secretary.
'sity' Lecture:
Alfred Adler, Professor in the Pedagogical Institute of Vienna,*
eliver 'a University lecture in Natural Science" Auditorium, at 4:15
Thursday, March 31, on the subject "individual Psychology and "Educa-
The lecture is under the auspices of, the School of Education.
e public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robins.
rhor Art Association:
e Second Annual Exhibition Of 'the "Fifty Prints of the Year" se-
by the American Institute of Graphic Arts,. New York, and cir-
by the Institute, closes Monday afternoon ,March 28. This' exhibition
equal recognition to Prints of the "modern" or post-Impressionist
and to those of the conservative or representative, school. Most of,
nts are for sale at studio prices.-
Bruce N.t. Donaldson.
ndlinlg wood may be had for the hauling at the Medical Ward, Con-
it Hotspital See Mr. MacNamee, Buildings and Grounds Department,
IE. C. Pardon, Suj1erintendelit.
sity~ Lecture:.
der the auspices of the local section of the American Chemical Sgo-
E. W. Washburn, Chief of the Chemistry Division .United States Bureau
ndards, will describe the work of his division, Thursday, March 31,,
5 p. in. in the Chemistry Amphitheatre. All interestedar cordially
t. B. A. Soulie..
Lrts 117:
uie Book covering Spanish Architecture and Sculpture will be held
lay, March 31. Note books aip due on that dlate.
J3rne N. "Donaldson.

Senior )leclumiical Eiiginecr t
Mri. F. A. Pope, representing the Worthington Pump and Myachiinery-
Company of Harrison, New Jersey, will be in Room 221 West Engineering
Building on Mlonday, March 28, to interview those interested in positions
with this comipaniy. 11. C. Anderson.
Economies (1111);
Professor Melchior Palyi, of Graduate School of Commerce, Berlin,
speaks onl "Social Foundations of the German Republic" at the: meeting,
to be held Monday,'March 28, in Room 302, Micigan Union.
Z. C. Dickin son.
Quarterdeck:
.A meeting of Quarterdeck will' be held in Room 304 of the, Union '1'>-
flay, Mar, 29, at 7:30.{ A paper is to be presented at that time..
L.,%) Weston, Steward.
University of Mielmigaii 4Mee Cl:
There will be a rehearsal for all members of the Club at the IUnion at
seven o'clock Monday, March 28.
L. Stuart BI lnian, Manager.
Senior A rchitects:
PInvitations and announcements must be, ordered before Friday, April
"1tt, in Room 206 Engineering Building.
!Arthur J. Zimmermtann.
Plii ltaSigma:
There will be an important business meeting Thursday, March 31, 1927,
Room 304, Michigan Union, at 5:00 o'clock. Election of officrswill take
place at that time.
William D. Paluier,, Presidn.

I
It is es to say "Heirloom Hiandmade Chinese Rug
the best and loveliest Chinese Rugs made" but quitea
different thing to make people appreciate them, ifth have ~ B p c a
K not seen these rugs. B p c a
Mere words will not do it. Pictures and literature I Arrangem ent
,~giving facts will help. But the best evidence of all is to see w t h
~:and examine Heirloom Chinese Rugs and let them speak for ~
i: themselves. Author
You are cordially invited to do this.
rl~c~e Rgsca obaiedOffers
TeeRiscnbe od tie hrouigh ino other source1. P,
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L4 Sociedad ilispanica:t
The next lecture of the Society Series
29th, at 4:15 P. M., in R-m. 201. South Wing.
speaker.

will be given Tuesday, March
Prof. Nelson Eddy will be the
Chairles T. ILee, President.

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Freshman 'Engineers:i
The freshmnan engineering debating.
team will have a debate Monday eve-
ning, at 7:30: o'clock, in room 348,
West Engineering building.
F. N. Men efee.
EX=SENA1 OR WILL SPEAK
IBEFORE FORUM 'ONIONITI
Ex-Senator Alfred MW. Cohen, of Cin-1
cinnati, 0., will address an open forum
of the H-ihlel foundation at 7:30 *o'clock!
I tonight at Lane hall. ,-Mr. Cohen, who
has a national reputation as a.. speak-
er, is, president of the National Inde-
pendent Order of B'Nai Brith, and is
also prominent in Cincinnati civic af-
fairs.

NAPOLEON

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THE MAN OF -DESTINY
By, EMIL LUDWIG
Translated by Edwin and Cedar Paul
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,ns in Cincinnati, Ohio:
concerning opport~unities and requirements for teachers,,
texperience, ini Cincinnati, Ohio has been received by the
ntments. Anyone interested may look over the 'material
he Bureau, room 102 Tappan Hall.
Margaret Cameron.

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MEMNON"

Xi Lecture:
r. W. F. Gerhardt, Vice President' and Research Director of .the Aero-
gal Research Corporation of Detroit, will give ,a lecture in the Natural.
e Auditorium on Tuesday, Mar. 29th, at 4:15. P. 'A. The subject of
Ature will be "Aeronauitkt~s as a mneans~ of World 'Transportation." The!
e will be illustrated. The pubic is cordially invited.
E. 11. Bragg," Pres. .
ion 14:
ssignment for quiz sections meeting Tuesday and Wednesdays; Chap-
an~d 7 in the text; also discussion on the basis of Professor Burgess '
e. A. E. Wood.
InD 106:
lie class in German 106 will meet at the regular time on Monday.
J. A. C. Hlildner..
ePublic:
ay Production and Direction of the public speaking department will
it Leonid Andreyev's "Iec Who Gets Slapped" for two performances,
esday and Thursday evenings, March 30th and 31st yin the New Un%-.
y theater, U~niversity Hall Auditorium.. Tickets on sale at 'Slater's
niversity Hall Auditorium. David O0wen.
es Colloquium:
hie Physics Colloquium~ will meet at 4:15 'p. nm. Tuesday, 'March
Room 1041, New Physics Building. Professor E: F. Barker will speak
'he Infra-Red Spectrum of Ammonia." All interested are cordially in-
to attend. W. F. Colby.
rical Association Patrons:
se to the pressure of business, Senator Pat Harrison has not yet given
iratorical Association a. definite date for his lecture. Announcement
date will be made as soon as it can be arranged. Please use Cou-
1urnber 10 for the Theodore Roosevelt lecture next ;Tuesday night;
ave Cqupon Number 8 for the Pat Harrison lecture.
Carl G. Brandt4 Financial tanager.
Ical Seminar:
;otanical Seminar meets Wednesday~, March 30, at 4:30, B 173 N. S
Paper by S. HT. Emerson-"An lnteppretation of certain genetical
ytological behavior in Qenothera." B. lN. Davis.'
ate English Club:
'here will be a meeting of the Graduate English Club Monday, Marcli
at 8:00 P. M. in Room 321 of the Michigan Union., Professor De'Selin-
will speak on Dorothy Wordsworth.
Thomas E. Casady.
roinen Interested in Dramatics:
'ryouts for "AKnna Christie", the Mimies-Masques play wilt be held by
Iuter at the Mimes Theatre, Monday, March 28. All university women
ig "ile to t ry out. M1ake appointments with Mr. Shatter by phoning
inwIs Theatre. Tryouts will be held by appointment only.
Ruth Kahn, Pres. of Masques.

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