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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, 1TAPCH 18, 1528

THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MARGH 18, 1~28

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Acolytes:
Acolytes will meet on 'Monday, March 19, at 7:30 o'clock in Room 106,
:Mason Ball. Professor It. W. Sellars will read a paper on "Some Thoughits
About Religion." Raymond4?II(lo&'ksti'a.

Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until ' The 1'1i~ilfpiile-3ljcl1ign 'hit):
3:30 p. mn. (11:30'a. m. Saturday.) There will be a meeting of the Philippine-M ichiigan Club today. :March TS,
in? Lane Hall at 3 o'clock sharp. Every member is urged to attend.
Faculty Women's ('1111)
11niversity senate: The Play-Reading Section of the Faculty W\omen's Club) will meet Tues-
The third regular meeting of tha. University Senate for the year 1927- day, March 20, at 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. 1lax Winkler, 1520 Cambridge Road.
1t925 will be held in Room C. Law building bn Monday, March 26, at 4:15 p.m. Assistant Hostesses: Mrs. Walter L. Badger and airs. Albert: 13. Peck.
Order of Business: Election of a member of the Board of Directors of Mr11s. A. 1). 3iMoore.
the Michigan Union.I
Joh W B ad ha , ec et ry of th Se at . nn Ar or Ary ss ci ti n:The Print M akers' Society of California exhibition of Etchingts, Dry
Business Administration L~ectuire: Points, Lithographs, and Wood Blocks op-ns Sunday afternooni, Marchl 18,
Mr. 0. A. Montgomnery, Secretary of the Detroit Association of Credit 'Men, al.ti closes Sunday afternoon, April 1. Bruce 31. Ion,1ldson, Priesident.
will speak on Wholesale Credits, Mondlay, March 19, at 4:15 p.m., Room 206, _-.- ____
Tappan Hall. This is the third lecture in the special series of Credit; 111le1 Foundation:
Lectures given under the auspices of the School of Business Administration. Bernard Hartzel will give his paper at the Foundlationl ot 7 : 30~.
The public is invited. C. E. Gr~iffin. 'Tuesday. Discussion will follow. Pilip S. Sternz.

Work On New Organ
For Hill Auditorium
Progressing Rapidlyl
W\ith the work of wiring almostl
completed, the new Skinner of ganI
whbich is being erected in Hill audi-
torium is rapidly nearing completion,
acicording to Palmer Christian, the
L nivei'sity organist and designer of
the organ. T'he framework is all in
plane, and work was in progress, yes-
terday afternoon, upon putting back
lihe front. of the organ which faces
upon Itlie auditorium itself. The 01(1
pipes which used to face the
audience andi which have formerly
beeni in use, will now act as scenery
aim 1'31 1-,1n.n , nn I

WHITNE
THEATRE
STOCK SEASON
9th Week

Shool of Education Stabf LunIcheonI:
Dr. Sohn Sundwall will address the School of Education staff luncheon on
Monday, March 19, at the Union. C. 0. D~avis, Secretary.
Senior Electricils, liecianicia Is an11(1 (i1ijs:
Representatives of the Bell System will lbe in Room 153 West Engineer-
ing Building, Monday, Tu~esdlay, and Wednesday, March 19 to 22, to inter-
view those interested in positions in the communication industry. This in-
cludes the Development and Research Department and the Bell Telephone
Laboratories in New York City, the Western Electric Company at Hawthorne,
Illinois and Kearney, N. J., and the eighteen Associated Operating Companies
of the B3ell Syst-em covering the entire United States. It.. C. Anderson. j
J. It. Cannion.

('hi )eltaPhi:The c'onsole arrived recently and
Initiation will be held this afternoon at " o'clock alt Martha. Cook Build- aleetknouofhecvrg
Ing. IHelen sll tle, 1-' rsitleit.
______ _______ for inspection, but will not be put
French Lecture:: out. until it is ready to he used. Some
Mr. J. B. Cloppet will lecture Wedlnesday, Mla re 241, at 4:15 ,o'clock, il ppe have ,not yet arrived from the
Room 1025, Angell -lallI, on "La Vie (les Paysans -en France." fcoyi otn u h eto h
This is the fifth lecture on the Cercle Franca is program. Tickets f aterial sthere.utheroterfpipe
the series may be procur-ed from the Secretary o1 the Romance Languagemarilshe.Teotrpps
Department, Room 104, South Wing, or at the (door. Itene 11"".pin. will arrive sho'rtly. Tphe m'an whbo
_____will aid Christian in the work of
'lass Officers$ Medical School:f tuning the new instrument is expect-
A meeting of the presidents and treasurers of aMl classes in the Medical; ed here today or tomorrow, andl will
SSchool will be held in the Student Activity Room of the Union, third flIoor, at 1 art the work of tuning which will
5 'o'clock. Monday afternon. S11141 Cll(ouincil ;robably onueunv the hbe1te Hrt of

I MPORTANT
NOTICE?~

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1. 1 ctiotn-Seniors4: _
Invitations anti announcements will be on sale in Tappan Hall, Monday,
Tuesday, andl'Wednesday. T.1his is the only time they will be on sale. Dues
may also he paid at that time. No orders wvill be taken for Invitations or Ani-1
rouncements until (1ikes are paid. Earl A. Kelly, President.
Sendors, IAerature, Sclence and141tle Arts~:
All seniors miteretsted in hit eiviewing representatives of the American,
Te lephonie and Telgrapli Comp-any and Associated B3ell Companies see Mr.I
Par ker in Room 201 Mason Hil this week. Representatives cf the Company
wi11ll i- in Ann Arbor, Mairch '19-23 inclusive. V. 1?. Parker.

Mail for the following list of persons is being held at tli ' ostoffice, undo(1-
liverable. It may be claimed by the owners if they will call at the General
Delivery .windlow, Main Office, on. or before= M-arch 24, 1928.

Latin and1 G eck Stmidetts:
There will hbe a meeting of upper clatismen and gradluates at 4 o'clock
: "-nday, In 2013 Angell IHall to (iscuus's the constitution for the chapter hvnre
ofthe national honorary classic org;anization and to discuss future pro-
(Cletus Fag'an.

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Padro R. Agor.
Stanley Banning.
J. Rt. Barton.
R. S. Begg.
D)avid I3. Bishop.
Anne Bohning.
Prof. lEdwi n G. Burirow's.
:Miss 1V. L. Carroll.
Edmund E. Davis.
Blaine M. DeLancey.
Floy W. DeLancey.
Herbert Detwiler.
Gerard B. D~oben.
Theron IDonohoe.
Louis Elliott.
Emiliano Enim.
Louis Ernst.
Dr. J. M. Ravid.
C'has. A. Reineke.
Norman Ross.
Albert L. Scott.
Florence M. Smith.

Margaret Stair.
Rose S. Taylor.
Irving Weisberg.
Jesse L. Wvilliamsi.
Tomm Fi"ske.
Louis VFolley.
Ona N. Fowler.
Ellen flampson.
3 iazc 1e-f a r-ington.
1Pleanor Harris.
Ilenri St lill.
Augusta Rh gler.
'Magaret A. Kraus.
Floydl W. Lashinel.
V. A. Lesch insky.
Sydney 13. Mitchell.
1f. 1loelberg.
Dr. WI). Muliens.
Albert IHall Nabuirg or
Charles P.1'.lRmsey, Jr.
Ililia Ratliff.

ji ,01'orfive weeks.
All. Skin ner, head of the Skinner Or-
:gan compa1ny which is building the {
ist runient, has been here to look
ovcr' the wor'k several times and will
le here many times during the next
two monthls to p~ersonally supelcrvise
lie work, according to Christiar.
"Skinner is undoubtedly the grea est.
mrtist in Iieis field,'' said Christ ian,
"011(1 his company is t,.le standard of
'om parlison in organ building.'' The
organ heredbhas been bun ~t to order,
am w xillI havye every modern imnprov, -
nment: and duality inl the fine organ
field of today.
REINHARD MADE EDITOR
Prof. Johin R. Reinhard, of the
Romance languages dlepartment, ha,
bleen made consulting editor of the
"It ali('a." The "Italica" is the official
organ of the American association of
Teachers of It alianin l this country.

The Rockford Players are
turning over the Whitney
Theatre to the annual Jun-
ior Girl's play this wreek.
The stock season will RE-
OPEN Sunday night
for a week's run of Kenyon Nichol-
12sn's sensational melodrama of the
tank-town carnival
Opening Sunday, March 25
ENTIRE WEEK

ngineering Opeit. [ouse Cor ni te:
There will be an imiportantI meeting na at 4:30 o'clock in thee En-
gineerinig Society room.

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Kenyon

Nicholson's Sensational
Melodrama

P. U1. Shoemtaker.

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Cradliale ('lub in ElIn acat ion:
The Graduate Club in Education will meet Monday evening, at 7:30
o'clock, in the -education laboratory of the University N-igh School. Dr.
Wood,)(y will address the club and all graduate students in education are
c''rdial ly invited to be p~rese(nt.
v 1. IW. Keeler.
The Research Club will meet in Room 2528, Feast Medical Building, on j
Wednesday, March 21, at 8 pm. The following papers will be read: "Ameri-
can Codification of Ititernational Law," by Professor J. S. Reeves, and "The
'Growth of Phenomena of Plants," by Professor F. G. Gustafson.
The Council will meet at 4:30 o'clock in Room 1., Pharmacology Btuild-
ing. Lottis 1. Brediyold. Secretary.
Phi cs Colloltittum:
'Mr. J. S. Donal will speak on "Unexplained Sources of Energy in Gaseous
Diseharges," and Mr. L. :B.' Headrick on "T ]he Theory of the Normal Cathode
Fall of: Potential in Glow D~ischarge," at 4:15 o'clock, Tuesday, March 20, in
Room 1041, East Physics Building. All interested are invited.
Vacuity Women s Clubi:.
The Monday Eveniing Diama section will meet at the Club House at 226
South Ingalls, 7:30 p.m.. Monday, M~arch 19.
Ellciie B. Byerly, Secretary.

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STUDENTS Yo
OUR BARGAIN TABLE OF NE ,W AND SECOND-HAND
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with CHARLES WARBURTON
in the Richard Bennett role of
"Nifty" Miller
Don't Miss "THE BARKER"
Don't Miss the Junior Girls' Play!

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March 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, and 31
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