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THE DAILY

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DAILY O FFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication 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. Saturday.)

Si Ia (;iililli Epsilon EXPElr"ADI TION FIN -DS
The regular m onthi lunr.~con Will ho flch 1: h 1 rIoi:c~. +! 1'':1.;iOi R
jThursday, Februrly 23. Vi, . 'alo. e., E I7A T ERIAIQ

Will the girls in Choruses 1. 2, 3. and (6 please ogo t I to (.i ijl U ait aty

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Exhibition of Photographs in A rcbhitectural Corridor:
Tre ~...is anf interesting col' ecti.ii 0of pho.tographs now on display int
ground floor corridor cases. Thepo'Jict ures show the work of the Kod
Park Camera Club of Rochestra, Ni w fork.
Fmil Lorch.
Ifygiena 2NO, Public Health Admnisktrationi:
For the remainder of the semester, Dr. Vaughan will meet this class
Fridays from 1 to 3 o'clock instead of Wednesdays. from 3-5 o'clock.
John Sundwall, M.D.
American Chemical Society-Public Lecture:
Mr. James Wl. Schade, Director of Research of the B. F. Goodrich C
Akron, 0., will talk on "Rubber," Thursday, February 23, in the Natui
Science Auditorium, In order that there may be time for two reels of moti
pictures showing various phases of the industry, this lecture will stz
promptly at 4 a.m. All interested are invited.
Byron A. Soule, Secretary.
Third Spanish Leture:
The Third Spanish Lecture will be given by Prof. Gustavo Michaud4
Thursday, February 23, at 4:15, Room 2003 Angell Hall. The subject of l
lecture will be : "Panama, Antiguo-Panama Moderno." This lecture will
illustrated. Julio del Toro.
Freslhmen Women:
A meeting of all Freshmen women is called for Thursday, February 23,
4:15 o'clock, in University hlil Auditorium, to hear the reading of t
Freshman Pageant.
tiane Howard, Vice President, Class '31.
,1niversity Women:
The Advisers of Women will serve tea from 3:30 to 5 o'clock Thursd:
afternoon, in the Parlors of Barbour Gymnasium. All University womena
invited to come. Girls of' the Ilioren, Howser, Icheldinger, Ireman, Jeffr a d R nnih u e ilb sit n:h sess
G Beatrmice 11. 401fon ~i.
r jut System ('eni lici'
There will be 110 0101 inig of the conmmittee this week.
Hlen Hlawiiis, Chairman.
D~r.1Ph ill ips ~to~asof ho (c tsea reb l)eipar lewnt. WestinghIiouseEliectr
aioid A'anufacturiing ( 'mu a ny, xill loci ure on "'Radio and Power TEra nsmi
,don by Radio," Friatelrua ry 241, at Sp.m., in thye West Lece RicIoorni
the Wcst Physics IBuilclin Th'Ee leot urco will b)u denonst rated.
L.1. N. 111h1114.
( cutx i' lporairy ft'inc ai ho up
All tlb a ic who fail0ed to tak e ie 1final examlination inl EngIlii 14: (Col
temonirary I) ranla ) will bo gi vc i i makeup, Sat ii rday moriing, Februa ry2
at 9 o'ock, Room 221 5 Aligc II IIHall. This will be the oiil v opport uniity Ill
.temesterI (o tlake ll is oxalitini tian. Berelt ice Lowe.
C'horal Uiuiiin Usluers :
M~embers of fies he 'ratI Uliio 11ush ering force are re'cnsl ed to be in t he
pliaces at ill A 01111orinin, for thei t' (1ii a pinI concert, not later I ha:n 7:'
o'clock, 1ur'wday, . ua-2, asthle doors will lie opened at that hour.
11. A. Niinellport.
"Varsity Bandtl:
Rehearsal tonight at 7:15 o'clock at the Band Hall.
{=filbert B. Saltonstali., Assistant Manager.
The M ichilgan 'technic--Office hIours:
Th ihgnTcncofc ilb pnfrslsproe ntfollowing days of each week. Monday: 2 to 4:30 o'clock;. Wednesday:
to 4:30 o'clock; Thursday: 2 to 4:30 o'clock.
L. W. 1anning, Business Manager..,
Scabbard and Blade :
There will be a regular meeting Thursday night at -the Union at 7:3
p.m. It is very implortant that every member should be present at tha
time. P. F. Slayton.
Chii Delta Phi :
There will be a meeting tonight at 7:30 o'clock at 511 Kingsley.
Hielen Smytihe, President.

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to be fitted for their shoes before Wednesday rat 5 p.ml., (lioruos I ~ tfilin a ilimont, "as the joint exlied tions of
in 1)1ack patent leather, Chioruse's 2, 3, anll(3 in xvl a sati n. If You do not 'the 1Uversi y of Pennisylvania and
know the numiiber of you r chorus, call ,lean llafbIiaway at. 7'x.17. , i e _rifi sliAltisen tr' recen tly found
Jean i Hatl away, Assistant hla irmla i. } ill at 1alit . undist urbed is very un 1-
usual andl valuable." According to Dr.,
Freshnemi Girls' Glee Club : Woirc-11 very lID is known o' the
13; cause of the reading of the Freshmen Pageant. there w~xill lt5 nto meeting rel igpjous beliefs a nd racial affinit ies
of' the Freshmen Girls' Glee Cluj) onl Thursday, February 23. lIof the Sumerians, which fact greatlyi
Kathlerinie l(,M array, I 'rosidlenl:. iiitensi ties thelie rest arou sed by
Tolsto e - I he announcement that a Sumerian
T Lto eague: Queen's; tomb has been found in thes
Mr. Oakley C. Johnson of the Literary College will lecture Tlhursday, E.r of C(haldea.
February 23, at 4:15 o'clock in Room 231 AngelHall 0o1l'"Lynching aiid 'oulnd hil.the tomb) of the Queen
Civilization." The Public is cordially invited. wvere tint old riches and jewels, a
C. Stl1l1i. coresponlding amount having been
Psychlogy142:stolen from the tomb) of the nearby
Psychlogy102:King's tomb more than 5000 years
The Makeup examination for last semester will be held in Roomx 2134 ago. "It. is most. unexpected to find
Natural Science on Thursday, February 23 at 1 p.m. this thing," said Dr. AWorrell, "es-
.Ednm' 11 Grene pecially when is born in mind the
THLET S EQr A- STU ENTS great amountf of treasures unearthed
ATLTSEU LOHRSU ET and in the museums of the world
ACCORDIhNG TO SCIIOL ASTIC RA 'ING today. Thbis shiows that it is still
- )'sible to make discoveries of the
first.,niagnitude. It appears that the
"With respect to the class of 1925 and to reach a much greater validi-, soil of the Near lEast is almost arch-
at Columbia college, those members tY." cologically inexhaustible."
who participated in sport and those 'Commenting on his survey of Co--__________
who didnot, alumbia he adds, "On the basis of j'
wh ldnt ppear to be of about course grades, however, theatleslF r lD nc Gi n
the same intelligence," says Dr. lo- in their studies fell below Form l D nce-ive
ward D. Savage in lisa report on the athletes. rThe athletes tended to car- By Legal Stud~ents
much mooted relationship between ry light programs although both Ithe-
athletics and scholarship in the col- athllete s and non-athletes elected 1 Aeiners of the Lawyer's club gave
leges. Dr. Howard, who has prepared easy courses lnuk) frequlen~ly thlan their annual winter formal dance last
the report for the Carnegie Founda- hard, and in them receiv~ed In ,hier Inight in the Lawyer's club with mu-
ion after a year of research, has not grades than in the courses that are 'spleyte eri onr
ansere th qustin athogh ie emostiabl sttisiraly s mre .at' lub orchestral, a Jean Goldkette or-
[-ias investigated conldtlinsat 44 col- difrtcuilt. IFilatllythle rat; of aitii- ~ in
leges. aI1 nd uni .eisitie, lete s olit :I <"t 1 'tl:. 1 }. . ;.::".' ?t) ,,1 i owilt('e w; 'r- est rioted to stu-
ACcoi'ding to D~r. Savage, Ilht ? :]'('!- ' i'litofei ,11 31.(i;l'(! t' 1)I: t I 1;1' (I4t u l iti t' I a Law schl2ol. The affair
1011 caiit1)e answered lid With l 0 th )Btlt l Iift lcties f(t 11aon -tit~ d Iol i i]{ ,to h drc jl 1 th ac
11( a niversit ics in supplyintig cola- l- iallc - o n ' ita it tt'':fr- ''le, *22T .1 ('ha lF. 1M ('althy, '?4.L,
parable data, (iciii usiolts c(1111 l a's.5 V>''> '>(s't.'

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STOCK SEA'SON
5th Big Week
MATINEE TODAY at 3!
Entire House, 50 cents
TONIGHT AT 8
BOOTH TARKING TON'S
Cleverest of All Comedies

LITTLE WILLA DHElSS
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his; addit';s will Ibc siv(-,ni°befor'e loft
IK nsa s ('it y TEn h rsit r of I ict iga a'
alIumn i (.club tt the [lot ''I Mucl inb]ha i
eron tM,] lta ad wvill be thle roe'asila
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et'ii tiltninriiiof tteUfLniv(rsii y.
M:1ort I han 11 SO r' ee'vatio1)s ha v('
been made for thle 1ba1mi i1'et , w ii his
under the ('ha irniish ill (itLuc'ian
Lane of that city, and in addition to
the night meeting President Little will
address a Chamber of Commerce
heluncheon at noon of the same day.
2I This will be one of the largest
alumni gatherings held west of the
Mississippi in recent years, and it is
expected that the President will give
first hand to the group his plans forI
30 the Alumni university, which lie pre-
iat sented at a meeting of the New York
alumni last Friday* night.
It is planned its a result of these
meetings to get the Alumni university
plan well under way by the time of
the class reunion in June.

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(Phone 4814)
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