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DAILY OFICIAL BULLETIN
T'ublicadion in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays). Copy must be typewritten.f
VOLUME VII TURSDAY, MARCh 31, 1927 NUMBER 112
University Lecture:
Dr. Alfred Adler, Professor in the Pedagogical Institute of Vienna,
will deliver a University lecture in Natural Science Auditorium at 4:15
P. M. Thursday, March 31, on the subject "Individual Psychology and Educa-
tion." The lecture is under the auspices of the School of Education.
The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robins.
University Lecture:
Under the auspices of the local section of the Amer'can Chemical So-
ciety, E. W. Washburn, Chief of the Chemistry Division, United States Bureau
of Standards, will describe the work of his division, Thursday, March 31,
at 4:1.5 p. m. in the Chemistry Amphitheatre. All interested are cordially
invited. B. A. Soule.
All House Presidents:
Signing-out slips for the month of March are due April 6th.
Norma 31ansfield, Assistant Adviser of Women.
University Women:
All students taking required work in Physical Education will sign up
for outdoor season during regular class periods Thursday, March 31.
1thiel McCormick.
New York Times Current Events Contest:
I shall be in room 2032 Angell Hall, Thursday afternoon from three to
four and Friday morning from ten to twelve o'clock to consult with stu-
dents who may desire information concerning the New York Times Current
History Contest. E. S. Brown.
Faculty, College of Engineering and Architecture:
The mid-semester reports on students in your classes whose work is be-
low passing must be made on the cards which are provided for this purpose
and filed In the office of the Assistant Dean, 255 Engineering Building, not
later than Monday, April 4.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
Mathematics Staff, Literary College:
Thre will be a meeting of those who teach first year courses in Room
108 M. H. at 4:15 P. M. on Thisday, March 31.
James W. Glover.
Oratorical Contest on the Constitution:
Tryouts to select the university representative for the Intercollegiate
Oratorical Contest on the Constitution will be held in Room 3209 A. H.
at 4 P. M., Monday, April 4.

open meeting will follow at 8:00 P. M. in Room 437 N. S. M. W. Senstius,
John Todd and Ralph Taylor will present papers.
Florence A. Pollock, President.
1928 .-lTVp Coml.itec:
The 1928 J-11op committte will meet promptly at 7 o'clock tonight in
the Union.
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Mineralegy 18 (Dental Mineralogy) :
The final examination for the removal of conditions will be given Sat-
urday, April 2, at 9 A. M., in Room M-441, Natural Science Building.
Albert S. Ptek.
Woman's Research Club:
The Woman's Research Club will meet in Room .173, Natural Science
Building, Monday evening, April 4, at 7:30. Dr. Caroline Robbins will
;peak on the subject, "A Journey into Muscovy in 1665."
Frances & Thorpe, Secretary.
Athena Literary Society:
T'he Portia-Athena Debate has been postponed until Tuesday, April 5th.
It will take place in the Athena room, at 7:15 P. M.
Florence A. Pollock, Prtsident.
3iechanical Engineers:
Mr. C. A. Thinn of the C. A. Dunham Company will lecture on "Heating
Systems" at 9:00 A. M. Thursday, March 31, in Room 348 West Engineering
Building. All senior Mechanicals are urged to attend; they may arrange to
be excused from classes at that hour. An invitation is extended to all others
interested in this subject. It. C. Anderson.
Iota Sigma Pi:
There will be a short business meeting of Iota Sigma Pi at 7:15 P. M.
Thursday, March 31, in Room 410, Chemistry Building.
Margaret W. Johnston, President.
RHETORIC INSTRUC TOR 'FINISHES
'TEX'T BOOK ON WRITING STYLE'

"Technique in Descriptive and Nar- of writing,
rative Writing" is the title of a new Mind." He
book which Lawrence H. Conrad of number of

called "The Author's
has also contributed a
stories and articles to

the rhetoric department is about to
publish through the Houghton Mifflin
company, of Boston. The book is de-
signed for use as a text in second'
year college classes in rhetoric. The
manrscript of the textbook was re-t
viewed for the publisher by Prof.
Robert Morss Lovett, of the University
of Chicago who was especially inter-
ested in the material and its arrange-!
ment, and expressed the belief that
the book should find wide use in col-
lege classes.
Publication of the work will be
completed in June, manufacture being
under way at the present time. Mr.1
Conrad attracted considerable atten-!
tion with his novel "Temper" which;
was published in 1924, and later with
a volume of essays on the technique

magazines during the past five years.
IHis most recent publication is an-,
article in the current April number
of the Michigan History magazine,
tracing the development of the chem-
ical industry in Midland county,
Michigan.
STUDENTSTO EDITI
IOWA CITY, Ia., March 30.-Stu-'
(dent journalists at the University of
Iowa will take over complete control
of the Des Moines Register's editorial
department for one day on April 16.
All five editions of Iowa's largest
daily paper will be issued by the stu-
dents of the University School of
Journalism, according to Frederick J.
Lazell, acting director.

Top photo shows the huge "Leviathan" in war paint, carrying thou-
sands of American troops to France, while the lower photo shows her now
as flagship of the American mercantile marine, a gigantic, luxurious
passenger liner.
ANNOUNCING THE ARRIVAL OF
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Make Up Exanmination in Acro I:
All grades of the above examination are now in the office of the Sec-
retayry of the College of Engineering. All examination papers should be
call d for before Spring Vacation, April 8,-Room 304 East Engineering
Building; otherwise they will all be destroyed.
F. W. Pawlowski.
A Draftsman Wanted:
To do detail work and tracing for the designer of Aero Lab. apparata.
Only men who can work 3 to 4 hours a day and who have some experience
in machine drawing ne-ed apply.
F. W. Pawlowski.
Geography 2 and 32:
I will not meet my class at eight o'clock, Thursday. Assignment for
Tuesday, the chapter on France.
S. D. Dodge.
Zoological Journal Club:
The Zoology Journal Club will meet ThursdayrMarch 31, at 7:30 P. M.
in Room 242, N. S. Bldg. Miss Yi Fang Wu will review a paper on Sex
Hormones and Gynandromorphism; Edwin P. Creaser will review one on
Cave Fishes; and R. Chester Hughes will review some short papers on
parasitology.
All interested are cordially invited to be present.
F. N. Blanchard.
Senior Chemical and Mechanical Engineers:
Mr. L. R. Sanderson of the United States Gypsum Company will inter-
view seniors about employment with the U. S. Gypsu.m Company in Room
2028 East Engineering, Thursday, March 31.
.Albert S. Peck.
Sigma Gaumma Epsilon:
Sigma Gamma Epsilon will hold its regular business meeting Thurs-
day night, March 31st, at 7:30 in Room 436 Natural Science Building. An

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