THE MICHIGAN DAILY m
I DAILY ICIAL BULLETIN I
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.)
'1'l 6UR SDAY, M1ARVCH 22. Number 131.
Faculty, College of Literature, Science and the Art:
At the request of President Little, there will be a meeting of the Literary
Faculty Thursday, March 22, at 4:15 p.m., in Room 1025 Angell Hall.
II. J. (orbin, Secretary to the Dean.
Faculty, Colleges of Engineerihg and Architecture:
The mid-semester reports on engineering and architectural students in
your cla'sses whose work is below passing should be made on cards which
may be obtained in+ the office of ths secretary, 263 West Engineering Building,
or from the messenger bcxes. These reports are to be filed in the secretary's
office not later than Friday, March 30.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
Facu.lty, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
There will be a meeting of the faculty of these colleges on Monday,
March 26, at 4:15 p.m., Room 348, West Engineering Building, to consider the
report of the special committee appointed to present to the Regents the action
of this faculty on the University College,
Louis A. llopkins Secretary.
Business Administration Lecture:
Mr. E. B. Schick, CreditManager, The Crowley-Milner Company, Detroit,
will deliver the fourth lecture in the special credit series this afternoon,
March 22, at 4:15 o'clock, Room 206, Tappan Hall. Subject: Department
Store Credits. The public is invited.
C. E. Griffin.
Union, Thursday evening, at 7 o'clock in the University School of Music
Earl V. Moore.
Meets Thursday evening, March 22, at 7:45 o'clock in Room 306 of the
Union. Professor Henry E. Riggs, Head of the Department of Civil Engin-
eering, will speak on "Depreciation and Reserves." Z. C. Dickinson.
The Nurses Alumni Association ha*, kindly invited members of the Cos-
mopolitan Club for a social evening, Thursday, March 22, at 8 o'clock to be
held in the Pemberton-Welsh Residence, near the old hospital Building on
Catherine street, between the Psychopathic Hospital and the Contagious
Building. Don't miss such a"(delight fl evening's entertainment!
R1. F. Howrani, President.
Student Branch A.S.M.E.:
Every member is asked to meet at the mechanical laboratory tonight,
March 22, at 8 o'clock, in order-to put it in shape for the Open Housy. Every-
one helping, an hour and a half's work will make it the outstanding exhibit
of the week-end.
P. J. Shoemaker, President.
Newcomer's Section, Faculty Women's Club:
The Newcomer's Section of the Faculty Women's Club will meet promptly
at 2:30 o'clock on Thursday afternoon at Martha Cook Dormitory. The pro-
gram for the afternoon will include the reading of a play by the Play
Reading Section. All newcomers are cordially invited to attend.
Mrs. Arthur Van Iluren, Jr.. Secretary.
SE.NIOR LAW FUNCTION"
Offenders To Answer Charges Before
Gray Fawn Orchestra On
Night Of March 30:
HELD IN LAWYERS' CLUB
Crease court warrants have been is-
sued demanding the presence of cer-
tain male and female characters be-
fare that body in the Lawyer's club
where these characters will appear
before the Gray Fawn orchestra of
Cleveland in - the lounge by order of
Warrants of regular standard form
have been made out by the "State of
Somnolence" for the Crease court as
part of the features of the traditional
Crease (lance to be given by the senior
Law c'ass on Friday night, March 30.
The warrant is issued through a
special deputized sheriffess of a myth-
ical "County Debates" and says in
part "Whereas, the Senior Law class
have this day made complaint in writ-
ing and on oath to the Crease court
that, heretofore, to wit, on the tenth
day of Hilary term, it was averred and
braggadociously affirmed in an intol-
erant manner that the aforesaid averr-
er and afIirmant declared that he
could dance, and that they, the afor-
mentioned Senior Law class have just
cause to suspect that said defendant
did make the previously mentioned
averrment and affirmation.
"Therefore in the name of the peo-
ple of the State of Somnolence you
are hereby commanded forthwith, to
arrest the said defendant and bring
his body before thesCray Fawn or-
chestra and the Crease court at their
March session in the Lawyer's club'
of the Usniversity of Michigan, where
he will be given a fair trial on the
veracity of the above averrment. And
fail not, 'at your peril, to make due
service and return hereof, as the law
Prof. R. H. Curtiss, director of the
University observatory, testified re-
cently to the remarkable accuracy of
modern instrument makers from the
experience which he has had in the
erection of the observing station of the
University in Bloemfontein, South
According to Professor Curtiss, in
erecting the telescope at this station
it was necessary to have a, certain
wheel in the mechanism of the re-
fracting telescope made after the tele-
scope itself had been set ip.
This wheel was ordered -after the
I -7 r
Lamont tele'scope had arrived in
Africa and had been erected. It is a
large wheel about 4 1-2 feet in diam-
eter on the main axis of the telescope.
The central hole in the wheel was
ordered to be of a certain dimnsion,
9.3011 inches in diameter. The shaft
was measured in Africa and the ica-
sarement was sen to a firm in the
United States who had contracted to
make the wheel.
When this wheel arrived, at the ob-
servatory in South Africa and was
put on the axis about a month ago it
fitted perfectly, according to Profes-,
NTs [gJ CURTISS RECOUNTS EXPERIENCES IN
AT BLOEMFONTEIN STATIO
Women's Research Club:
Will meet Monday, March 26, at 8 p.m., at the home of Dr. Margaret Bell,
904 Church street. Dr. Martha Guernsey will speak on "The Psychological
Phases of the Social Service Program of the City of Vienna."
Faith P. Hadley, Secretary.
Phi Eta Sigma:
There will be an important business meeting on Tuesday, March 27, at 5
o'clock in Room 302 of the Union. Officers for the coming year will be
elected at that time. All men initiated since September must be present.
Leonard A. Scheele, President.
Christian Science Society:
Thursday, :March 22 at 8 p.m., in the Chemistry Amphitheater, Mr. C. V.
Balke, Chemical Director of the Fansteel Products Conpaiy, will talk on
"Metallic Tantalum." This is a timely topic, in view of the growing use of
Tantalum in place of platinum.
This lecture is under' the auspices of the local Section of the American
Chemical Society. All interested are invited.
Byron A. Soule.
All University women are cordially invited to tea with the Advisers from
3:30 to 5 p.m., today at Barbour Gymnasium Parlors. Girls of the Nelson,
O'Hara, Osgoacd, Phelps, Probst, Reeves and Ritze. League housese are es-
B. W. Johnson, Adviser.
Senior Elecrlcal, Chemical, Mechan ical, and Chemists:
Mr. Lampkin, representing the Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation,
will be in Room 221 West Engineering Building, Thursday, March 22, for the
purpose of interviewing thoe interested in positions with this corporation.
J. H. CCannon.
A. H. White.
It. C. Anderson.
Colonial Boquets and Corsages
f or the Junior. Girls, made and
delivered with special care.
Place your Easter orders early,
and be assured 'of firstchoice.
Wire orders can be sent more sat-
isfactorily and at less cost early.
Christian Science Society cf the University of Michigan meets tonight at
7:30 in the Upper Room of Lane Hall.
Alice Louise Fouich, Secretary.
Beta Kappa Rlho (ils:
Thele will be a meeting of Beta Kappa Rho on Saturday evening, March
24, at 8 o'clock at 1111 Michigan avenue. Come in costume if possible.
Laura E. Johnson, President.'
Gargoyle Stafi and Tryouts:
Meeting Thursday at 4:30 o'clock for all art. and editorial staff members
Frederic W. Ziv.
"Flowers by Wire"
Seniors and raduate Students in Chemical Engineering:
Dr. J. A. Almquist and Dr. Beckley of Lazote, Inc., Wilmington, Dela-
ware, a subsidiary of the DuPont Company engaged in the manufacture of
synthetic ammonia and methane, will be in Room 2028 East Engineering
Building, to interview Seniors on March 22. Will those interested please make
appointments with Miss McKim. Alfred I. White.
Englisl Honors Course:
Meeting Friday, March 23 at 3 15 p.m., Libraray, Room 402.
Louis A. Strauss.
Political Science 29!4 .ournal Club:
There will be a meeting of the Journal Club today at 3 o'clock, Room 2035
J. S. Reeves
There will be a mixed rehearsal for the men and women of the Choral
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Service With a Smile
705 S. State St.
Friday, March 23
Balloons, Favors, Everything for a Good Time
Music by Paul Omer and his Union Orchestra
Under the direction of DON LOOMIS
Featuring this week-end: Vocal Selections by Burnette and Kressler
$1.00 Per COUPLE
Box Off ic
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March 26, 27, 28 29, 30, and 31
Mimes of the Michigan Union presents
George Bernard Shaw's Famous Drama
With a Costumed|
Cast of Sit
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