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PACE EIGHT

THE1 MICHIGAN DAILY

TUATYrgr, EB-AY 21, 79°i

DAILY OFFICIAL' BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:'20 p. m. (11:30 a. mn. Saturdaiy.)

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iollmle S~.

S17I)YFE1:1I"AIIy 19.

Number 104.

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1' Ea2 ilty, College of Lltrire, Seience anid the Arts:
Facuslty Program bAnks hrA e been distributed through the Dean's mes'-
senger ~~rv:( (,n id al L taclty niembers are requested to fill out the program
bLankhs tane return 2them71 to this office at their earliest convenience. Addi-
tional blanrks may be scred;2r. by phoning the office.
11. J. C'orbin, Secretary to the Dean.
Faculty C'ollege of L~e~tue ecre and the Arts :
The February mewting fthe LUterary Faculty wvill be held Monday, Feb-
ruary 20, at 4:15 p .m2., Room 2zZ5 Angell habll. Professor J. S. Reeves will
act as Chairman of the flu'; n.
1l. .1. ('rbini, Secretary to the Dean.
Faculty Mefi i', sc hofI of Education:
There will be a meeting of the Faculty of the School of Education on
M.ionday, March 5, at 4 :15 o'clock, Room 109, Tappan Hall. Consideration will
b1e given to the question of the University College.
C. 0. Dads, Secretary.
"2n;2earsify Wo 2ct o
LUniversity XWoniea me,' ve liday ev-ni-ng privileges on Tuesday,
I' 1bru1ary 21.
The (108 in g hlin oil \\ I <ley, Feb ituw 22 v, illIb(, 1I o'clU(ck
Alice C. Lloy3d.
Thl~ere wvill be"a, o i np ~~a lu i etiiig oftbe Sophlixnore iugineet ing
classii, T'ii ;taty, l' Oi V , :I,-a 1}0 O(1clei 221 Room}232i. Evvvo'(ne iisre'-'
(tlesitEd 1 to i .
Stan C(ochiranI, I 'rciiclt.
ld tYios{: w'"ita tL :1',: it ' it 'T mc i t' i oal (xitittitatiO(t 0in 1History 3:111a!(11all preSf ilii
. s ;aclo'v ('.'ita i ao .omak'.-2113ex"1m1iiatioun Sattiu'datv. 1'Obriiit ty2),
w-5 plm., il(tin om IAl my it I lt.
I(S11A 1E'. I0IiI id
u ("I tle !uuc lo ofbr ' >f( i is paper1, '11101 1ir t eeol)])rtliulitivs o50
ra±tins iS j1112 1 ;:. ra:'..
Students a [sezut loi heIin'aul exeiin at ion inlHi st ory 5 shoi''uld report to
1100111 4001, Angell hIall, 8a I arda, Feb+ ~lruary 25, at e2 i).
Students absoent. froin the linolt xouinatio.n illTHistory 93 should report to
R oom 4001 Angell Hail, laliuday, February 25, at 2 p.m.
Prestont Slossoun.
Will not meet Tusday n;rning at 3 O'clock. It will meet as usual Thurs-
day at 8 o'clock .
0..1i. Stephenson.
Pecause of the class meeting that is called for 10 o'clock on Tuesday,
there will be 11o lectures in Physics.
N. 11. Williams. I
A cmeeting of all Froslminienvcrneir is called for Thursday, February 23, at
4 : 15 o'clock, in Un1iversi v I 11<il1Auditorium, to hear the reading of the
;rohan Pag Tant.
Jane Hlowardl, Lice President, Class '31.
Graduate English Club:
The,'re will be a meeting; of the Graduate English Club, Wednesday,
February 22 at 3 p.m., in Room 306, of the Union. Dr. George F. Brett will
speak on "Science and Literature."
Thomas E. ('asady.

tonai ance Club:
There will be a meeting of they omnc Club, Tu:,,dayFebnu' 1.a
4:15 o'clock at the Michigan Union, Roomn 304. Graduate stagy t aeioxtd
~Joint Physics an d Ast ronomuy ('olloqn ia n:
Professor W. C. Rufus, of the Astronomy D)epartment, will sp-ica :)on "Tu
Stellar Spectra and Some Correlations'' at 4:15 o'clock, Trueslay, Febr-tr
21, in Room 1041, East Physics B~uilding, All interested are invited t:,tted
D~eserve Band:
Reliearsaal tonight at 7:15 o'clock sharp aat the D,-nd hall.
' Nichiolas I1. F'alco ne.Drt~
WHOelFounidaitioni:
There will be no meeting of the regular bi-monthy open Forum ilstcu -j
sionl Grou p at t Ito I illel Foundat ion t~onigbt . Bernard I Ia rizel's papo'r will 1)",
giv'en at 'Soine fu1ture (l ate.
- ~Bear ' (-liaun!.
Play-R cad ing Section-Faculty Woinen's Clubl:
The Tuesday Play-reading Section of the Faculty Women's Club will mleet
jTuesday, February 21, at 2:30 p.m., at the home of Mrs. E. R. Sunderland,
1510 Cambridge Road. Mrs. C. II. Kauffman -and Mrs. W. F. Hunt will ;act as1
hostesses.
SSt udtemits, H cciit i er ics:
j Ille following plUr'itn will ito givi'Tl ill tbe tti'ills' R itit V'.vit
t0 eSchool !of ';,ic Aiittoril i, Ttue.sday event Rur, <11- S a<clot 1.. '!lt(ic cento, al
pubic. with the exception of small childrenu. i " <V idllhyincited 1t,) attenid.
J c;'tbovenla; omance, F majei.o. ). , l2 it ,toi n;i Bci : I 'i 1c ai C(
tu'.a~or, Scaa tti : Giglio. Scarlatti : i'atstoial'.. , .' ' i .r'. erl t,ti l .
l!1.zeo;lt llxxhuiet 11' t (titocett : (Qttit1't('iC( nito'°, Op. I S, o. I, I'yx i'
('ase anti \ era Johnsoni, violin.>lernar:1i l. s~ti ut e u va,)Jl(i l'it3 I lta'.l s.
\J;ion(ceijo : leethoven : Somatia, (01), 53.:La;>.N e12.'t m11
.\ltrion JoltttsenI.

25, t which Dea. n L"Iw ard 11i. KrausI
sill spak on "he De,-elopment of
Vill 1 lh, girls in('horuses 1, 2, 3,
and l o please go to thle Campus Bootery
to ';e lit ed for their shoes before
','eucday at pm C (horns 1 to be
Iiltcd in hI ack, patentfi leather, Chorus-
es 2, r, and 6 in white satin. If you
do not know the number of your
chot s -c ( 11 1 in Iathawa' y at7817.
,me i!lathrtiayi, A istnt it Clhairman.
WORDING REVISED
.0iteotr 0 0i han a. week. of discus-
snonl by mxail and telegra ph, thle ques-
tion 1for the intercollegiate debates be-
twon IllinioiF, Wisconsin, and Alichi-
g_;on to takez place here March 16 has
1, en reworded, Prof. James M. O'Neill
of the speech department announced
x stertlay.
_°t'E'tt. tion lrend "Resolved,
ih~ thprec v-t oli'y of the United
t'u'rrnteni in Central A mer.-
oloi jilL, of treo o e<{iontas thim,ll
WNill it'.' hell;,It 1 o'clockt I'llhutrdaiv
l I ('Oi2ilmul ht' Aduph i roomni in .-
: a..'', ' ~'.u O'Neill stated.
5'. 1 ~ll Co'. I titi.iliV' Speecit
, i.m uuuu '011)Lltitat st''.'Ciu.

Whitney

STOCK SEASON
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Tb'' 'society V xI tl n t in rsd~v. VYct-
maux ? v 21. n1t,7: :0 F) Cit'. i\ 21Tthe Al ph}t(
ao Looln.M
Theito tuguni is itt the ~itimniof i
ANi wtto privileged to p,](?ill ie0-( di-
.All t '.tIo s '0. lli 1;'heard ill a.t iv' -
' tl f tr, ccttia! 7 o<clh
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rooms xWvI]in' )w Ilesol ved thai thi s
Hiou so approves Comnpaniotnat e ntari-
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'Lindsey.'' An imnportant exeemi tive
'meetinig will follow tihe open >F S iCOt.F
Visitors ate welcome.
1 . :11. Sanderscmi, Speaker of time
house.
Portia Literary Society will enter-j
Itain. the members of Athen'a Literaryj
Society at a social meeting 'Ttuesday
evening at 7:30 o'clock. Portia's new
as well as old members arL invited to
Iattend.
Ruthi Fine, Vice President.

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r vr° wssn-huhi a : utt hnlie drel-e mules and wvas wounded at target practice!
" Now, reduced to civil life and seekinga join, lie finds a. pwsi
tion ilate home of Mr. Wheeler, a wealthybuiss anwt
a FA)MlY. And because he'd "been in the army" hl bec ,mes ;
w gide and friend to all the members of this distriacted lo.meal
- Cla.'ence mends the plumbing, tunes the piano, ,ye nd
Splays the saxophone. And arounid fhim revove a. -5 oup cha-
Sasters such as only Tarkington ectuld write. "('lai'ence" is a
real (elight. It is as American ats "Hluckleberry Finn" or'
puimpkin pie. It, is thme funniest comedy in years.
Every ':ight, includig Sunday apt 8dl- 0e, c, c $1. Wed. Mita at 3:01)
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Tat: Beta I'1:
A regular meeting of Tan Beta Pi
will be held at the Union, Tuesday,
February 21, at 6 o'clock.
L. I). Weston, Secretary.
There wil be amn initiation amid ban-
quet of memb~ers of Phi Kappa Phi
at thle Michgan Union at 6:30 o'clock
on01. thme evening of Saturday, February

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