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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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A I L V ! I A L BULL[T IN '

Publication in the lluin i 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. Sturday.)

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Ui 13. Number 123.

ecutive Board, ( aut 1oI
Tere will be a meerin, the Executive Board of the Graduate School
Tuesday, March 13, at 4 o'clcrk. Ruth A. Rouse.
search Fellowships I 'i I c a College (1 11ining and Technology:
The Michigan Colege of ilning and Technology offers 12 graduate
owships, of $1,200 cach, which may be of interest to men specializing in
mistry; chemical, iecl ical or mechanical engineering; physics or
logy.
For complete informanti n ee Ihe announcement posted on the bulletin
rd of the secretary of the 2: leges of Engineering and Architecture.
Ceorge W. Pattersen, Acting Dean.....
vinig Pictures of industry: -
The School of Business Administration vill present its third program of
ustrial moving pictures in Natural Science Auditorium at 4:15 o'clock on
dnesday, March 14. Three pictures will be shown as follows:
1. "The Manufacture of Remington Typewriters," (one reel).
2. "The Story of Portla:nd Cement," (two reels).
3. "The Manufacture and Usv of Wire Rope," (three reels).
The public is invited. Carl N. Schmalz.

Choral Union:
There will be no rehearsal for members of the Choral Union Tuesday
evening, March 13. Both men and women of the Choral Union will meet for
a massed rehearsal Thursday evening, March 15; 1928, in the University
School of Music building. Earl V. Moore.
Oratorical Association Number:
George Palmer Putnam appears in Hill Auditorium tonight presenting a
lecture illustrated with remarkable motion pictures "Baffin Land and Be-
yond." This number replaces the Syud Hossain lecture and season tickets
admit. Holders of season tickets are urged to retain them after tonight's
lecture as the Oratorical Association intends to present a complimentary
number to it-s patrons on next Tuesday night.
Carl G. Brandt, Financial Manager.
Ushers for Oratorical Association Lecture:
Ushers are requested to report promptly at 7:15 o'clock this evening
for the lecture to be held in Hill Auditorium this evening.
I1. 1. Sanderson, Chairman.
Mathematical Club:
Regular meeting will be held Tuesday, March 13, at s p.m., in Room
3201 Angell Hall. The following papers will be presented: Prof. Coe, "On
the Normal Form's of the Equations of the Line and the Plane." Dr. Craig,
"An Application of Thiele Semi-invariants to, the Sampling Problem." Mr.
Peterson, "On Tri-cuspidal Quintics." All interested are cordially invited.
W. W. Denton.
(Xeological and Geographical Journal Club:
There will be a meeting in Room 4054 N.S. at 8 o'clock on Thursday,
March 15. Mr. R. L. Belknap will present an illustrated lecture on "The
Village of Ivigtut, Greenland." .11. 1'. Senstius.

students are urged to be present and all others who are interested are
cordially invited to attend. R. C Byce, President.
comedy Club:
There will be an important meeting of Comedy Club, Tuesday, March 13,
at 3 o'clock in Room 203 U.H. Roy G. Curtis, President.
Athena Literary Society:,
Regular meeting of Athena will be held at Chi Omega Sorority, 1503
Washtenaw Avenue, at which time initiation will take place. Any member who
cannot arrange to be present please inform Julia Wilcox of her intended ab-
sence. Pauline Zoller, President.
Phi Eta Sigma:
All members of Phi Eta Sigma are urged to attend the initiation and ban-
quet to be held at 5:30 p.m., March 13,-in the Michigan Union. A banquet fee
of $1.25 should be paid at Dean Bursley's office before that time.
Leonard A. Scheele, President.
Phi Eta Sigma:
Initiation into Phi Eta Sigma will be held in Room 302 of the Michigan
Union at 5:30 g.m., on Tuesday, March 13. All candidates are requested to be
there promptly. All members are also requested to be present.
Leonard A.-Scheele, President.

of the house tonight at 7:30 o'clock.
All members are requested to be
present as there will be an important
executive session. Committee chair-
men and officers are requested to meet
the speaker in the society rooms at
5 o'clock this afternoon.
. 1. Sanderson, Speaker of the
House.
Hillel Foundation
Professor P. M. Jack of the Rhetoric
Department will be the speaker at th,
Luncheon today'at 12:15 o'clock in the
Michigan Union. Harry Seligson.
Forestry Club:
There will be a special meeting
Tuesday, March 43, at 7:30 p.m., Room
2039. Dr. John S. Boyce, Director of
the Northeasterii Forest Experiment
Station will speal.
F. P. Struiasaler.

Icta Alpha:
There will be a meeting of the mem-
bers of Iota Alpha at 7:30 o'clock,
Thursdaly evening, March 15, 1928, in
Room 3201 of the East Engineering
Build!ng. Prof. Louis Pcopkins,
speaker. It, . Sherlock, President.

PE NM AKER S

nlor ils:
Senior programs, invitaticns, and announcements will be on sale in thej
bby of Angell Hall, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, March 13, 14, and
J. Albert Roesch.
nior Electrla ls-:
Mr. T. W.,Barlow, '25E of the Cutler-Hammer Manufacturing Company,
ilwaukee, will be in Room 153, West Engineering Building on Monday and
iesday, March 12 and 13, for the purpose of interviewing those interested in
aployment with his company. Joseph H. Cannion.
irs Engineers:
In order that canes wi', surely be here for Cane Day on the 29th of
>ril it i' essential that th i'rd;'s be gotten in promptly. A last minute
sh'just prior to vacation necessitats hasty manufacture and that is most
desirable. Order from Wagners a- soon as possible and get it off of your
nd. The deposit s $2. h total (cSt is, $4.
P. M. ;oemaer, Chairman of Cane Committee._
eslunen Hygiene Lec ,re:
The fifth freshman lecrre in hygiene for men will be given in Waterman
,mnasium, Thursday and riday, March 15, and 16, at 3, 4, and 5 p.m. This
luirement includes all freshmen in the regular physical training gi'oups and
hers that have been (ex2U 'Cetl from these groups. Geo. A. May.
ectrical Students
Mr. A .M. 'acCutchun, lngincering Vice-President of the Reliance
ectric and Engineergg omany, will speak at a meeting of the Student
anch of the Amnerli lstito of Elcctrical Engineers on Wednesday,
rch 14, at 7:30 O"( lok. a Ioom 348, West Engineering Building. His
bject is "An American U :: ,'s impression of European Electrical Manu-
:ture." L. S. Van Tuyl, Chairman.

Rouailce Club:
The next meeting of the Romance Club will be held on Tuesday, March
20, at 4:15 o'clock at the Michigan Union. Julio del Toro.
English Seminary:
There will be a meeting of the English Seminary, Tuesday, March 13, at
8 p.m., in Room 306 of the Michigan Union. J. H. iHanfcrd.
Men's Physical Education Club:
The fifth meeting of the Men's Physical Education Club will be held
Wednesday evening, March 14, Room 20 Waterman Gymnasium at 8 p.m.
Mr. William G. Robinson is to be the main speaker and his subject will be
"Recreation in America." We ask that all students and faculty members be
,present. It. S. Jones, Secretary.
Botanical Journal Club:
The Botanical Journal Club will meet in Room 1138, Natural Science
Building, on Tue'sday, March 13, at 7:30 p.m. Papers will be reviewed by
W. C. Steere, T. E. Weier, Mrs. E. G. Whitney, and M. L. Woollett.
F. J. Hermann, Secretary.

Student Branch A.S.M.E.:
There will be an important meeting
Wednesday afternoon, March 14, at
4:45 o'clock in Room 229. It is es-
sential that every member be pre-
sent.
Francis A. Norqulst, Secretary-
Treasurer.
hardlen /Section, Faculty Women's
! Club:
The Garden Section will meet.
Wednesday, March 14, at 2:30 p.m., at
the home of Mrs. E. C. Goddard, 1212
Hill street.
Dora L. Dice, Secretary.
Scabard and Blade:
There will be a regular meeting
Wednesday, March 14; at 8 o'clock in

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Room 302 at the Union.
'iransportation (C'ub: C. E. Staff.
The meeting scheduled for Wednesday evening, March 14, on the subject
of "Modern Motive Power Development" has been changed at the request Alpha Lambda Delta:
of Mr. W. H. Winterrowd of the Lima Locomotive Company to Wednesday, There will be an important meeting
April 4. The next regular meeting will be held on March 28, at which time Mr. of the pi+po'sed chapter of Alpha
Wm. B. Stout, President of the Stout Metal Airplane Company will talk on Lambda Delta at 4:15 o'clock today at
"Commercial Aviation." Perry i. Shoemaker, President. !Barbour Gymnasium. As installation
plans are to be made, it is necessary
Prescott CIOb: that all members be present.
Mr. F. E. Bibbins, Chief of the pharmaceutical division of Eli Lilly and Margaret Ohlson, Chairman.
Company of Indianapolis will present an illustrated lecture before the club
this evening at 7:30- o'clock in Room 303 Chemistry Building. The lecture Adelphi House of Rtepresentatives
will deal with the scientific work of the 'Lillv.Lahoratories All nharmacy There will be an important meeting

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siness Law (B.A. 10 )::
The examination whfch was scheduled for Monday, March 12, at
lock will b.. given WdAO' 7iay, March 14, at the same hour.
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nan G4ronp ilcenetiiig IJPysics Coloquium:
ere will be a mn g of Mr. ufrsley's freshman group at his home Mr. C. J. Humphreys will speak on
uesday evenin, . E. Burslcy. "Mtiltiplet Separations," and Mr. Ed-
nan Group: ward Baker on "The Polarization of
y group willimcet ul my house at 7:30 o'clock this evening. Resonance Radiation" at 4:15 o'clock,
I. C. Ange21. Tuesday, March 13, in Room 1041,
East Physics Building. All inter-
n~lei-' Iy;i~a ii l ....l-h'ctinCou imnltite:ested are invited.

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Al eligible secol s t mn desiring to try out for the Union
ption Committee to m e plans f.:r Father and Son's week-end should
rt to the Union Student OflIes between 3 and 5 o'clock any afternoon
week. William INissen, Chairman.
or Women:
'ickets for the Seni r :uppcr prceeding the Junior Girls' Play on March
,re on sale at Barbour (lymnasium from 2 to 5 o'clock on March 12-16.
ets are $1.60. ThU supper wii be given at the Unicn, the time to be
unced later. ;Jea ilchaig, Secretary Senior Lit. Class.
hwnan Pageant:
There will be a meet-i " of the Freshman Pageant committee in Barbour
nasium, Tuesday, at 4 o'clock. llelen S. Jones, General Chairman.

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Alipha Nu:
Alpha Nu will meet this evening in
i the Alpha Nu room at 7:30 o'clock.
Pi Kappa Delta, honorary forensic
society of Detrit City college will de-
bate Alpha Nu on Resolved: "That the
present policy of the United States in
Central America be condemned."
Visitors are cordially invited to at-
tend this inter-college debate. Pledges
are requested to be present.
J. Webster, President.

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ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION

LECTURE

GEORGE PALMER PUTNAM
Head of the American Museum Expedition to Green-
land, 1926, and Baffin Island Expedition, 1927

The Gripping

Story of the most

A Lecture Illustrated With Remarkable
Motion Pictures
"Baffin Land and Beyond"

fascinating woman in the theatre-she-
devil, witch-woman, mighty huntress
of men-played by a ibrilliant artist
and a superb supporting cast.

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HILL AUDITORIUM

Note: Because of. the scope of
"Hedda Gabler" the curtain will
rise PROMPTLY AT8:05SHARP

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