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THE M CIGAN DAILY

SVNAY, FEBRUARY 20, 11127

DAIY OFICALBULLETIN
F0A L FF C A ublicaion in the Bulletin is constfuctive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p, gin. (11:30 a. in. Saturdays). Copy must be typewritten.

li l)OI'rtaj nt l i tiig Ioday at (he t'II iou, 2.;i{} M ). t111'-I
getIYre se as is punctuality,
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VOLITVME VII

SUINDAY, 1'E1IRtAR Y 20, 19-21

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University Lecture:
Frank Jewett Mather, Jr. Marqu'and Professor of Art and Archaeologyy
in Princeton University, will deliver a lecture on the subject "The Roman-
tic Movement in Painting" Thursday, February 24, at 4:15 P.M., in the
~Natural Science Auditorium. The lecture will be illustrated. The public
is cordially invited.
F. E. Robins.
tAction of 04I Admnilstrativ'e Boardl:
The Administrative Board at a meeting held Wednesday, February 16,
,took action as follows:
John D. Penglase was suspended for the second semester on account
of, help received in the writing of a theme in Rhetoric.
Samuel Levine was suspended for the second semester for cop~ying
from a' neighbor's paper in a final examination in German.
Saul Entin was placed on probation for having allowed a student to
copy from his paper during an examination in German.
W.. Ii unplireys.
Fraternity Presidents :
You are requested to call at the Office of the Dean, of Students, Room
2, University Hall. not later than Monday, February 21. Kindly be pre-
pared to fill out the fraternity report for the first semester, including the
following information:
(1) Names of new officers for second semester.
:(2) Name of the chairman of the Alumni Committee and his address,
(3) Faculty advisor.
(4) Names of all active members during the first semester.
At the time you call you may receive the report on the inspection of
your fraternity.
J. A. Bursley, ]Deani.
Bureau of Appointineits; Personal Interviews:
Those who enrolled late with the Bureau of Appointments and others
who were unable to have their personal interviews at the regular time, should
call at the office for these interviews this week:~ Office hours for this pur-
pose will be from 10:30 to 12:00 and 3:00 to 4:00, Monday, Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday.
iMargaret Cameron.
Sigma Xl Lecture:
Dr. Paul S. Welch, Associate Professor in the Department of Zoology,
will deliver a. lecture upon Biological Research Conditions in Europe, on
Wednesday, February 23, at 8 P.M. in the' Natural Science Auditorium.
The public is cordially invited.
F. 31. Bragg.
Botanical Journal Club:
A meeting of the Botanical JIournal Club will be held Tuesday evening,
February 22, at 7:30, in room B 173,: Natural Science Building. Papers will
be reviewed by Dr. F. G. Gustafson, Miss E. B. Fluster, and Mr. J. E. Sass.
Bessie 13. i arouse, Secretary.
Riegarding Lockers and'1Drafting 't'ables ini Architectural Annex:
Students in Decorative Design andl Architectural courses during pre-
*vious semester must remove contents of lockers and drafting tables in
Architectural Annex by Wednesday, Februtiry 23, in order that these lockers
and drafting tables may be assigned for present semester. All materials
not removed on or before this date will have to be taken out.
R. Mathews.

S i :-foturIry-out s for1 Atlbi(iw Li t era ry ,' iej y will take place
T E..-,: >hrar 22, at 7 :230 1~ in the Athenna ro,oionthe fourth floor
oif A gel hul. Allwoe of the Unliversity 8 Q (1 igil)le to t ry-Dill. The
I ry oU4 :>spee h1.3art 1.0 1ltree 181881.to originual 5 peeches onl '11y so lject the
Specaker choose(s-.
Florenice A. Pollock, P~residentt.
Senior Literary Studets :
Orders for senior (lass programns and invitations for cornineucernent
will be onl sale at the Michigan Union Wednesday andl Thursday instead of
Monday and Tuesday as previously announced. TFhe women's programs
will b~e on sale 'Wednesday morning in University Hall. Cash payments
must accompany each sale.
P1. 31. Pfaffimnii, Jr., Clitmt., Programii (oni uittee.
IFacility IWomen's ('1111:
The flay Reading Section will meet Tuesday, February 22, with Mrs.
Paul S. Barker, 335 Tappan Court.
Mrs. Jlohn Sundwall.
lWome~n's Resarch Club:
The lFebruary meeting of the XWomen's Research Club will be bold in
R:oom B173, Natural Science lBuilding, Wednesday evening, February 23, at
7:30. Mrs. Melvin T. Solve will speak on the subject "The Poet Chapman
Frances J) Thorpe, Secretary.
Fslwranto Course:
An Esperanto Course will be started Monday, Feoruary 21 at 4:15, in
Room 1021, Angell Hall, by an introdluctory talk by Mr. Ch. W. Hunt.
F. S. Onderdonik.
La Sociedad Ilispanica:
The next regular meeting will be Wednesday, February 23, at 7:30 P.M.
in Room 302, Michigan Union. As most important business will be taken
up a full attendance is requested. (Charies 1'. Lee, President.
Choratl1.7nlon Ushers:
All Ushers are requested to report at Hill Auditorium by 7 :30 Monday
evening, February 21st, for the concert by Detroit Symphony Orchestra.
W. A. Daxieiiport, Asst. Supt. Buildings and G~rounds D~ept.
He Who Gets Slapped :
The following are requested to appear for further tryout in University
Hall Auditorium, Monday, at 4:00 P. M.: Constance Kidder, Leone Lee, Ken-
neth King, James Doll, Boice Gross, D~onald G~ary, Miriam Selker, Sophia
Stolarski, Tybel Burman, Jean Curree, Marshall Levy, Harvey Lodge, Carl
Kraatz, Robert Caine, Manning Green, Morris Zwerdling, Samuell Bonell,
Dorothy Lyons, Robert Wetzel, Edward. Deane.
D)avid Oweni.
Hen's Educational Club:
T~he Men's Educational Club will meet Monday, Faeb. 21, 1927, at 7:00
P. Ml. (Sharp) in room 304 of Michigan Union.
I Prof. Ryan, Principal of the University High School will speak on the
subject "Who's a Dumbell?". All men interested in Education are urged
to be present.
Election, of officers for second semester will be held at this time.
,J. . Cooper, President.
S. C. A. Schedule iMeetings Which Mr. Sherwood Eddy Will Address While
in Ann Arbor:
1 1. Sunday--Febr'uary 20th --S :1 P. It.--Hill Auditorium
I Subject: "The Challenge of tbe Present W~orld Situation."
2. 31onday-February 21 st-4 :15 P. N.-Natural Science A uditoriumi
Subject: "Dare 'We Think ?"

3. Tuesday -February said--t?:30 A. M.r lilI ioimSTATISTICS SHOW NAL
ADebate on the prevention of war. Msss.lo bbs andlit'd10,00 SUsETs OR
Mr. Eddy.10,0 ST DN SW R
]F1. I.Grafftol.
A or ding to recently compiled sta-
xerioin '2: ti-tics, n:early 100,000 stuldents area
horing :ll or part of their way
My3o'c.lock set,.ioll of C ermaii 2 will meet Monda ','ill room 8,,{2, Ui
rrsitv hall. through American colleges andi uni-
. C versttl ities. Of this number nearly 40
per-cent are entirely self-supporting.
ileoans of support listed include near-
R. 0. TU. C. Uniforim :a; ly as great a variety of occupations as
The tailor will Ibo in the it. 0. 'h. ('.IDrill Hall Ii Wed ne-sdlay, I 'ebruclry aye found among graduates.
2,to take measo rmeilt S forAdvanc(ed (Course I i nIorms.
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EnJglsh 154 (Theory of Grammiar) :
English 154 (Theory of Grammar) will meet on Thursday, February
24, at 10 o'clock, in 2216 Angell Hall. Students who wish to consult me
in regard to taking the course may see me in Angell Hall 2216 between
4:30 and 5:00, or may telephone me for an appointment at some other time.
Samuel Moore.
IM. E. 15:
After this, the section in M. E. 15 will meet in Room 2049 of East En-
gineering Building.
Economics 10.2:
Lecture section will meet Monday at 3:00 in Room 101, Economics Building.
L. L. Watkins.
Ithetorle 31, Professor Everett's sect ions:
The following students, now enrolled with Professor Everett, will re-
port to Mr. Conrad in a new section to meet in 225 A. 1I., Tuesday at 9:00,
and Thumrsday from 9:00 to 11 :00:
Paul C. Cook. Arthur L. Bailey
Ben H. Wells Terry F0. Greil, Jr.
George Decry Irving Cecargreen
Esther E. Edwards Martha Mick
Janet Symonds Edw\ard Dubpernell
Louis Perentesis
Lawrence H. Conrad
Edward S. Everett
l1Industan Club:
There will be a meeting of the Hindustan Club at 3:00 P.M. on Sunday
at Lane Hall. -All members are requested to be present.
Lail C. Vermnan, Secretary.
Iota Alpha:
There' will be a meeting of the members of Iota Alpha at 7:30 Thursday
evening, February 24, 1927, in Room 3201 of the East Engineering Building.
J. 11. Cissel, President.
Pl iKappa Pi:
E Business meeting of Phi Kappa Phi in the office of the summer session
on~ Thursday, February 24, at 4:30 P.M.
E. '. Baker, Secretary.

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