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PACE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAIN DAILY

SUNDAY, 1:1. 191'

PACJt BIGhT SUNI)AY, FEBRUARY 19, 1928

{ il review the regent work in palant genetics in the United States.
DAILY 0 FFICIAL BULLETINjItmieiu: l.i.
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of Terey will 21 ateet1n3o'ctl ok. nee Cuat tet ativited
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until ftsday, ebray2,a 5ocok daetiStU31n l afltSr n-~iU

I t1 H ~icli igahlensiilll:
Therea will he an important meet-
of 0 I the Enire 'editorial and ibusi-
'ie " t. I Cot, the Alielhiganensian Mon-
Qne.'. Wayne Brevvnell, llusines

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3:30 p .'m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)

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SUNDA'V, FEBR 'ARY 9.

Number 104.

To All Fraternities:
Attention is called
that "no student. shall
scholastic eligibility to

to a rulo. of the Interfraternity Council which provides
be initiated into a fraternity without a certificate of'
be issued by the Dean of St udents.'"
J. A. Bursley, Dean.

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Oratorical1 Association Season-Ticket Holders:
'The course tickets admit, to the lecture by Miss Florence R. Allen of tho
Ohio Supreme Court. Justice Allen will speakc in H1111 Audit oriumn Monday
night at 4 P.M. (Carl(G. Brant.
Oratorical Association Ushers and Tick et.-Takers:
Please report at the east entrance to Hill Auditorium Monday night; at
7: 15 o'clock for the lecture to be given by Miss Florence E. Allen, Junat ice of
the Ohio Supreme Court. ('arl G. Brandl.

Faculty, College of Lite~rature, Science and the arts : -
Faculty Program blanks have been distributed through the' Dean's mes-
senger service and all faculty mnenilhers are requestedl to fill out the program Joint Physics and Astronomy Collotultun:
blans ad rtur thm t thi oficeat hei ealies covenenc. Adi- Professor W. C. Rufus, of the Astronomy Department, will speak on "The
bil blands return sh curtothis oiegattheofir eris.oneine. A d-Stellar Spectra and Some Correlations" at 4:15 o'clock, Tuesday, February
tUonJ.blankrmaynh seccedetyrhontn the Dffic. 21, in Rodim1041, East Physics Building. All interested are invited to attend.I
---1. r- hScetr)t he D an . 1. Dennisotn.
Faculty College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
The February meeting of the Literary Facuilty will be held Monday, Feb- Chaliapin i n Choral Union Series:
ruary 20, at 4:15 pm., Room 2225- Angell Fhall. Professor J. S. Reeves will Feodor Chaliapin, Russian bass, assisted by Max Rabinowitch, pianist,
act as Chairman of the meeting, will give the following program in Hill Auditorium in the Choral Union
11, . ('orbin, Secretary to the Dean. Series, Thursday evening, February 23, at 8 o'clock. The general public is
w _ re'spectfully requested to come on time.
} ~Liszt: Sonetto 104 del Petrarea; Chopin: Valse No. 2; Max Rabinowitch;j
Faculty, Colleges of Engneering and Architecture: Songs tot be announced, Feodor Chaliapin; Schubert-Godowsky: Hedge
There will be a meeting of the faculty of these Colleges on Tuesday,I Rose, Godowsky: Little Valse, Moszkowsky: Etude in G-flat, Max Rabin-
February 21, at 4:15 p.m., in Rohoro 348, West Engineering Building. owitch; Songs to be announcedI, Peodor Chaliapin.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary. C r. CI),iiin w ill annoancot fromn the Stale the song -.whir h he will
ing-tt. They will be ronld ;:1 ooklet programs, which will dicrb'd
ShoofEieto SafLnho:throughout the audience. (Charles A. ~ih
Professor Yoakum, Director of the University Bureau of Research, willI
address the School of' E dulcation stalTf luncheon on Monday. February 20, at I-amia Section. Faclty 1i 'oiuens ('luhb:
th;e Un1ionr. Alon day eventing dramla sectioni will mneeta i lhe ( I ul) hiouse at 26 so(l]ih
C. (h. I~avif 1JIngallis, 7 :30 pam., Monday, Febr'uaryv 20.
V lien e It. Bl (-fly, SecretarIy-.
;(Illona<;ic-r Enlgiaa cs: 'iar1- ilc;at~lhg~, 'c1ioln--l"a,'ult y Il'oIuel's {'11111
'T'here xwill be a v ery fijpoi'tant ncet lug of the So phomoi'e Engin e~r '] 0TCa ly-taiigScto fteFt] tyWmn (,i ilme
e~as, 'f esay, 'ebr a v 21 at10 oIockin oom 48. Eey on e is reo'Tutesday, February 21. at 2 :2,0) Pn.. at the homenife 0AMr..>I.81(ie'; O
q uUee to at I tod.E.U. !Ietr 3,
.1,t) Cambridge Roa d. :Mrs. t'. It. Kauffmuan and IMr's. WV. F. liii t will a Ft as
St aim 4 C II i'aii, 1 'iesidt'nt. Iiotcss

Aeolyles:
.Acolytes will meet on Monday even-
i ', ebtruary' 20, at 7:30 o'clock in
Ron om06Mason IHall. IDr. George
F.Brtt will read a paper on "as
"asality in Modern Physics."
Ptaypnimd lfoekstra.
Chii Dfla 41h i:
Tryut committee will meet Mon-
day, February 20, at Room 204 Mar-
Ilha C'ook Building at 7:15 o'clock.
lathlryn Francis, President.
DU*ISCUSS METHODS OFi
Green] y Says Position Of Forestr$y
As Prev-entive Measure Should
Not Be Exaggerated
'MP1 HkC' .A DE.AN SPEAKS~
(iPy A ssociatr~i mess.)
j ST. LOUIS, Feb. 17 - 'The view-
point of the United States forest ser-
vice coiwerningi forestration as a flood
,'oti'rcI l asiive was announced by
Col . Willlam, 11. C reenley, chief of
lhe fore'(st service, in add~ressing the'
At'tii aForestry So( jation )h!! e t
l ,tia '-

STOCK SEASON
4th Big Week
Opening Tonight at8
BOOTH TARKINP TON'S
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Sen iot' Enug ieers:
There will11be a (Ilasa 711eIi ug l d a Ilmain g, Fehrtuincv21. at 1 0 o'c lock, Iou'l ia:
ins Room )'48. A n1 I at euda ine is i'X(j lCestedl. FI+Ji
Ia rmold L. . Ma1tiue somu, Piesideut. c u o (---: 'Hi l

al try'(oults hfo'Portia Liter''ryi' ocietyxNilli be l'elIlAlondav i iill "'
ron, 4th flour Anugell H allI. All members ac asked to >'e 11witi'<1a
ch.

''t iwre shomit i , )' 1no exal,'ggeatea
l i 101 of what forest rv !an accoml-
W iish in tout rol hn g 11he behavxior o,
st reamns" he said. ''i'Iiere shouldl he
11$N il[i XX'aiited a ssumlt ion that for-
st 11 i''cnidae Ithe place of engin- .
iv sh-tii c res ill 1n'ot ectl tg areas
slhi('1 itoovellow. NWe know that
hoi-s to01(1 iwth run-off and hind
soil ill place bet er t hanl any thler'
('otxr A1 .m'txvet' : noxv that forests' us-
x, f i'rtard the meltinig snows Afl(
as are ,eli' Hitr C a t{):ill ; waxvii"
Iul fot0 1''N Il iist lie filted' Iinlit's pV)-
i'- idace'Uintoil] 'ol liii g 11oods. Its
I"''s'0ii1-1i.5' 1o01 he exaggerated.''
tleall Sa iel '1. lDan1a or'the U iii-
xt~i city of '\lichiga nrmesti'y scho-ol
;11;'o <I'ttli'e s t. e tdel egates assembled
in. thisccity to discuss for'estry Pi'Oo-
l eir's.

A ii 'xvsection in 1{ r rii bColix ec sa ien r11 5 has bteii aepeni d oin A. Tu. 'bTh.-
ai, 9 tic lock, I hoon 20A18 ig Students who have had 114 1or' the equivalenL t i Iem1 iteraryf'1ii . ocict':
areelgibe.Youtr attention is called to the :sev'enth numrber of fte I 'niversi-': cetur''
R'ee 'FPlaal iniaeies at S 'lCot'h Al on day night inl1Hi11 Audito01) iii]i. 'T'hiis nit l)'' 1'is wei(iiI-
I y interestin lg to(1us becaus e of our reent disc <sanSii- 0on it S Si] l7105(t o
"Women ii int'ePl'ol'essiolls.''Mi. s Allen LII smaotet'a not xvo't liv situs ]
Fs sory 3 E"iuit I E A al ion : ]] t l' l'' )h'essiil 11an1 h r tatl k is siure t( rbe xwocthLxxliie. Ate 1)t(,1cofat?-l c n a
Those n 1liii ,scol tie final exaliiat ionin I List l'V 3 and( tearl ipretsent Ia are espe('' 11 y urged to attend1(1thisIN'ctu re.
satla ctlo YL':tnse ia< I a n1C' a iii k;i-up )examination Saitur~day, Febl'ua'y 25, I'a it]inc Zl 1cm, tPt't'dlnt.
.<- pill., inll oom 12041 AngellI Hall. .

IV. A. Fr'aser.

Llrivel'siy AX omen may have Friday evening privileges on riTesday,
IFetbruary 2:1.
Th'ie closing otur oxi Wednestday, F ebruary 22 will be 11 o'clock
Alice C. Lloyd.
Lcollamics Clb:
Meets Monday, Febr'uary 20, at 7:45 o'clock in Room 302, Michigan Union.
F rofesser F. E. Ross speaks on "Fifteenth Century Bookkeeping."
L. C. Dickinson.
G~raduate Clu) In Education:
'There will be a- meeting of the Graduate Club in Education, Monday
evening, February 20, at 7:30 o'clock, in the Educational Laboratory of the
University High Schoa!. All graduate students in education are cordially
invited to be presenit.
L. W. Keeler.

ALUMNI TO MEET MONDAY!
The Detroit alumni associatlon will
w.'c^et tomorrow night at. the club
house of the Detroit engineering so-
ciety fci' a, dinner' meeting in hon01101o
National Iowa Night, which will be ob-j
served at that time.
REGULARS 1
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a specialty for
twenty years.
Prompt Service, Experienced Oper-
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Everybody likes "CLARENCE";
with Charles Warburton,
Robert Henderson and Frances Dade
Clarence had no niedals, no shoulder bars, no greait aaic~aiui-
pihshnents. One of the "five millioni" in the 'wear, hie served
where he was, sent- though i. was nj, further than Texas wMicro
lie dri-ie jmules and 'was 'wounded at target practice!
Now,jreduicd to c'uh-1 111 ndsckn1 .joe, lie finds as pesi-
~tion in the huottie (fi31.r. Wheeler, a wealthy business jnuna with
-a F'AMILY. Andi because he'd "b1,eeni in the a-my" hle hecx'Iles
-guide aid frienud to all the miemubers of thuis distriwcted houseliold.
. Clarence mieactsth plumb~ig, tines- the plano, types anld
pl)ays~ the saxophlone. Amnd around him revolvea, group "elar-
aacters such as only Tarkingion counld 'rite. "Clar-ence" is a
real delight. It~ is as American as "Huckleberry Finn" 01'
=pumpkin taie. It is tine funniest Comnedy in years.
Every Night, including Suniday at 8:00--Uic, laic; $1. Weil. Mat. at 3:00
-Entire Heiuse, 50c, Sat. Mat, ' at 3:(4k-40c, 75c-(TI-hone 8411)
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Th le Botanical' Journal
Building, Tum sday evening,

229 So. State

Small Gifts

Club will meet in Room 1139, Natural Science
February 21, 7:30 o'clock. Dr. E. G. Anderson

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