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THF MiC'HMAN DA:TT Y

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(DAILY OffiCiAL BULLETIN*,,

IA. Cli.F.
S There will be a meeting of the A.I.Ch.E. Wednesday evenxing at 7:301
o'clock in Roomn 3200. ;. S. Pettyijohn, Director of (las, Research, at 11, 0ofVM.
will speak ca n the "lDevelopulent 01f 1the y-Prodin t ((1(0o xen.W
I'M Tltorntiw aide, ( 'al rii,:)n

ONlldli®11F3"eA1M alRMml{ li l ll

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. ni. Saturday.)

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volumieS.

1VEi)NtESI)AYX]'I FE

IIA RY 911) Number 112.

Collo4-tulnta for Applied t~r Iariks :
Thie second Imeet ug xwil bo eldtehi TiurSday, Mn rolh1,
229, Vest Kngineering Btildinig. Mrh. iJe. If. Donnjell will
All intoes ~t (ed ar o cordially invited to ttii.

at 7:3{} pan ., in ts zf4 c
IV. XM. 1t.t).

ITOHL RLMNR
SPEEP}HS IN CONTEST
W ion~ of 1 t lefct that the sdates
_t r, h pre1 linnav c ontests of the
A l~ ~Oratorical league tare rabidly
aal r a Mi ng. inunbrs cf the speech
dl2 t'rin., stuff d are stressing the Wm-
po 'tt 8 Iue or st udenlts beginning work
on War ir OXtiota5.,

Dickinson Returns
IFrom L.aw NMeetingj
Pr~of. Edwvin DI) lkin son iof the oI.:iwx
school returned this week frouii Ne
York city where lhe :tteni i UIImetl
ing of a coop)erative research g rai p
consisting of prominent lawvyers an 1d
law professor, mm alii over tlie
country. The work was organized 1
originally by the H arvard law school 1

faculty.
The work is bewing ldone Ii rpr-
,tion for the ILeag ue 0ofNtions con,' -
(,r1;nc('inl1929 at 111ih :ell (ttmpt t
jcr,1".m latr if vin xs r 1u tbigto ilii reCc';;tilu!°res
of ijtternat inna I r! lation1ships,"tld
illg I te I ilcie.-At lOll ofI eritnria I xva I ems
i,7 Xxii ichl l'Ia)1 ;;1' Iickinusol's ati-
eat iou is ctl~ent ered inlthen v ork of thle
i ea rl'<It gJo p. P rof'. .1 eSreS. 1Ite '!-;
of l he l)Olit ic:11 ,;(_il'nce departmentil. isI
<<a 1memiber of this ?group and ihat,
bee xxorkitg xbill 11i')fes-)r 1)ilckin-
s on in the stutdy of the cooe.

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To the Deans and eiraiuOifhl:
The Secretary's re port on non-quota immigrant students enrolled at theI
Lniverfsity of Alichiganl for the first, time this semester, and on those who have
withdrawn since the beginning of wo rk last fall, should ble sent to Washington
at the earliest possible mlom'nt. Will you, therefore, kindly get this in-
formation to rue, on tblWan]~s xx hich you have for that purpose, with the
least delay p)ossible. . Slfirley WV. Smith, Secretary.
Seniors:
Class dues are being collected today in Lobby of Angell Hall. Five
dollars ($5.00). These lxu t be paid in ordler to get invitations, announce-
ments, tickets to Sinior ball and canes. aldes A. Knapp, Treasurer.
An all School ci'l Eduet 10)1 ian~tilet is being planned for Friday, March
1. PIlDelta Kappa ', Yatbun!itei>' < (eIi'':itiolt f tetrrify, is splls0I'-for
snub ai ('.n '-'sien lti ( iit yeill1 )1'. A'Morrisonit, I'roli 550orof1 (It l'(ltlion iIand
1 _ire t(>r o'f abol'atory Se lloolsI1 i v ersity of ('H ligo, will be the guest
speake-' for th5 (is, l l Istuidetuts atnd n1Cn~bevsof the i aOitty Who are°
lo'es(1 In ELi Ica 1Yi'm {11 :itie(I. Tick(ts for tfhe b)anrquet turar b1e ottliitt(l
a.t the offlieof, Philti 'l l'C;<l)i1. .,)l"Iliversitll1]ghSchool. 'Thlursdly 83 to :I
w o'rlocl- +"rlvid(lIN 20froln I i 11 7 (iyk, h' olt tis xx' eK and(1neat.
l$ . I. 11 iuty t'c itenOaIn;a tChalpter IM Delta. i',1'lia.
r ' I11 l 4'3r l 'r iiii itit 1E11in ittl'c ( 'iny 1:
Ali e(XUPm i ti~i o ci ot ii't'i s xtli llisst_'(l I 1w final ('Xltltlll iouiil i ' t at ,
11 l it weles ter will )1'ii t'( ; ,I ?-1 12 o(clock, Sn t indlly. March 8, in Room
"IU03 Nat ural Seine 131111Th 82. ( an 11P. La livte.
Illistory 1
Tlmv, nlak-up e) ('ltlillatl ifi ll, 1I'vill be Ihe'd il ttat rudalo, Match
3, at 9 aml., in 101l Amgli I1lil. A .H lu
(;tC' 1 o ll p y 1 3 lc i nui i
The likeitp (Xltitnlnai oct tot St it{ill ;ill s-ecltis in (leog;rljhiv1I>xvii
be giveti i Rooln21 Anll Ilaa tlar. :\l''l' ar(li 3,front 9-12 atl i, '117:s \ill
be the only ollport'u ii]yitlo a ?:i itfl mlim (- X8121..1C. 111-i:. (
(keraolly tt-11- 3, eup I>~al tluuC,; sc ii.
Tni ikeipe%,iim r::0 ii lt i (;(( ;raplix 31 wVill be gi V('1in111 oom 21
AngelI hall Saturdlay, A tei roio 9-12 Ii atno.1te 111hat this exlinia Iion lhas E
heeni po(stponledl trolli \\ uti'lay a~ftIernoonti1o Sat ur(1avatninng.
E'. C. rophlet. 1
S. 13. hed("e. 1

sitiidit RP'r2liA.S.Mf.E.:
Thete willI he a joint meeting xith the Tm impart at inn (l ii' an Uk t
7:30 o'clock in Room 1042 East Engineering Building. M'detinix s;il oel, in-
cludle "The J!" ollion of the St cain Locol ivie," '"The Ilolia ad Tunnel ," 4 n1 1
the "Moffat Tuntel.'' 1. 31. Shoemaker, P~residen t.

I. silhenatjcal (Clubh: 111e daties for the preliminaries as
Lunch. on for the Club xwill be served Wednes~cla- , brc'rv 2.9_ at *- 12_1nei5b Prf.Jaes 1'Nil

pin the -Michigan Union.'.,.!~n~n
X1h1 Sigma :1Biologicatl Society:
The regular business meeting of the Phi Sigma Society xviii be helmd
W ednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the Botany Semnina1roa, xatural
Sine1139. Professor C. 1). LaRue will provide thepoga
t re urged to be prtesenit. E. 1'. U('clt''t f-, t t
I1;1111)(Ii1n I iteting o*all tryouts Wte~l- 'tr y ':"Vl
sq"51'1:1 Dllta (lii:
TFhete xxill be a;I mcet lag i11 lhe front. olice' oftl)' 'eK I:b a
31111' t; iN' Play Iicliea r~a I:
?l'he seond act wixxll]bei(ri('lit ;""d 'tl oighi at 7 o'cloci 0 1il(l1"-m-1
o1' chunsI (,lc.
iit'i 11l11
' 11)ma1 f' icth rnom-rl]. i1 ii le 'oiire clog, 1t 11Mal e c bloiloa. 1 111.1 V 2 'cl 0
ia".hand hbrown, aad IItane11 lt:'Sh"ard 1itotgrll. i1r{,;1. 1 ct 2(',.l~ 2,

are Mt. day, and Tuesday, March 12,
'ndl 12. In the tryout on Monday,
.ollemores and juniors will speak,
with 0,vO juniors and one 'sophomore
b21n1,';~ acd for the final contest.
%11:~ x 1 ('iozapete oil Tuiesdaiy
1 0 008.'il'-o of their numibor xwill
41 tofr}1 cil".151) Al.lli2Itg 1 GIgroup of five.
rIll. , p':Nk v xxill (oiflitp l e in a
~i,~t nvr'o .conte st to be held] at
r,'clc'Ilh iTleola y night, 'March 2i0.}
Piw ,1 ?ii of1a,10 s contest xwill be
ix', < r :1t a ca't )11Cc(izof 1100, xVhiit'
1 I', 118of 2o iiD ie 1made to tixe;
Ii 'dil 1t1i1(1 te xwitnr xVHI ii p8111(-?
"o he le ld iiiitt\iinnen p0>li t
faze l 31;1 o [i FneoG JaPI
a specialty forI
r I iWetu3'yea11rs.
1'rslnt"ti e'~'j e xilirieneeid Oper-
"t' , '31 i*elite Rates.
I0 7? M RR!11LL
i'ol. A V(5)(14. 1,114114e 4;6V-'.

Whitney Theatre
STCKSEASON
6th BIG WEEK
onigi. t8

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''lbte will bha a 1181nicetiag x 11
hle St udient,111'tcklwji01 il' A.S.I .I1

1-a i ~ugit 'eijg l1(111dig. IM]eeting
Political Seience :31---.Mahollp Exa itit1411o: subjects include '"ThoEv1xolit ion of
A makeup examlinat ionfori cia8ll si ta l1ts ,io ni ssc-d tlile fina1in iPoliti cal h< St Oain Loeelno 1 c,;'''The I loliand
Science 8>2xvillI be givenl this afternoon, at 3 o'clock, in 2035 Antgell.I lill. 'Pu on ci''andl the ''\1 offal Tu1nneL''
J. S. R eeveY s. 1°.'31. Sh oe mtaker, P r e'idcnt. 4

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G~eology 1:
Th'le makeup examination in (olegczy 1 xilli be givren on rTIliuXcd(a, Manch
'1, from 3-63 o'clock in Rom) 4054 Na',ural, Science. This is the only oppor-
tuinity to remove thne prude ofX. in twe ourse. 1 L'~Co4t
Zloolog~y 32 (Heredity):;
Corect or corrected a?:sxera to the first three review questions have
been posted beside the seating ls near Room 2091 Natural Science. Members
of the class are invited to inspect them befor-e the examination Thursday.
A. Franklin Shull. i
Fr nch APlay's:
rphe ;soiree Drai'tique, xvhic'h vas to take place March 1, in Sara
('iii ,d) hilt 8 o'cloc k, ha lbe' _i n ineinitcly lpostponed. .
Ace T 'alaamoit
A nmeenting will 1we betd 1'lthiun day, 1Al1arch 1, in Untivrsity Hall at 4:15
O'coc to re-read the 'agc. i lzt and1(1 lcuss future planis.
.Jazw loward, Vice-President, '1
.-ni ersity Wo~jlen:1
I will not hold office hours Tuesday and Wednesday, February 28 and 29.!
Dr. Sapping'ton will take charge of my patients. Margaret Bell, M.D.
Xong Picetures oUIndustry:
g "From Mine to Consumer, the story of Anaconda Copper," a five reel
mov;ing picture by the Anacnema Copper Company, will be projected in Natural
?cC-!c( Auditorium at 4:1l5 p.ml on Wene-.day, February 29. This is the
aecnd l~mt in I he series cX'~ing lp?'Cucanted by the School of Business Adminis-
tration. The. public is inxLi d. C. E. Griffin.
Point System Conll!! , ce:
There xwill be a c te l ata:8 0clock t aday in flarhouzr Gym.
Hle ilaw'kitus, ('hairtuan.
There Nvill lie 8a12.! b p (,1111 radio operatoirs itetrestedh in for-muitn"'
Radio ('In b on T itr rk' x Iiih 1, at 7::30 p.111- at the tll' o)01.

' YU ERDANA TESTIMONY'
[)can Samuel T. D~ara of the :ScholO1
of Forestry and Conservation lofll
recO('itly for Washington, D". C
Where lie has been called to testify
before congressional, committees on
the MVc''ary-McSxveeney forest appro-
priation bill.j

1 rep re for ta def alt,
vocaion. IReaize the u
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