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tive notice to all members of
ssistaut to the President until
CII 31. g Number 141.
o Members of the University Senate:
The committee, appointed by President Little to receive and formulate
uestions relating to finance for presentation at a meeting of the Senate,
equests that suggesti us be submitted promptly, and if possible beforet
iednesday, April 4. They may he handed to any member of the committee
hich consists of Professors Crane, Edmonson, Hobbs, Thieme and White or
ddressed to me at Room 2028 East Engineering Building.
Alfred H. White, Chairman. I
wo Public Lectures:
Dr. Alfred Adler, Profcssor' in the Pedagogical Institute of Vienna, will
iv o two public lectures under the ;auspices of the School of Education on
[onday and Tuesday, April 2 and 3, respectively at 4:05 !o'clock, in the
'atural Scienco Auditorium. Dr. Adler's addresses will concern themselve's
rith individual psychological differences and their educational implications.
'he general public is -cordially invited.
C. 0. Davis, Secretary.
aeulty, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
A special meeting of the Faculty of the College of Literature, Science, and
ie Arts, is called at the request of President Little for Monday afternoon,
pril 2, at 4:15 o'clock, in Room 1035 Angell Hall for the purpose of con-
idering the creation of a committee to set forth the points of view of this
aculty with reference to the Univer'sity College to the Board of Regents.
IL. C. Carver, Secretary.
o Students Having Library .Books:
1. Students having in their possession books drawn from the University
ibrary are notified that such books are due Monday, April 2 before the im-
ending Spring vacation, in pursuance of the Regents' regulation:
"Students who leave Ann Arbor for an absence of more than a week
ust first return all borrowed book's."
2. Failure to return books before the vacation will render the student
able to an extra. fine.
3. Students who have special need for certain books between April 2, and
i:e beginning of the vacation may retain such books by applying to the
u-perintendent of Circulation on or before April 2.
4. Students who have ,special need for certain books during the vacation,
ill be given permission to draw these books, provided they are not in
eneral demand, on application to the Superintendent of Circulation after
F. T. D. Goodrich, Associate Librarian.
Invitations and Announcements will be placed on sale Monday and
uesday in Tappan Hall. This is positively the last time they w,ill be on
SECO ND READING HERE
Robert Frost, noted New England
poet who is visiting the University
f::r one week, gave the second and
last of his two public readings during
the present stay in the Mimes theater
yesterday afternoon. Mr. Frost ar-
rived Monday, and in addition to his
two public appearances has spent the
week in interviewing students under
the auspices of the rhetoric depart-
OTnt. He is former holder of the
fellowship in creative arts and thej
fellowship in letters of the U.ni-
D1uring his 'stay here Mr. Frost has
been the guest of J. A. Bursley, dean
of students, and Mrs. Bursley.
homer Grafton, secretary of the enough to run in a column cf a new,;-
Student Christian association, yester- paper. and must be given to the camp
day announced the opening of an art as part of its private property. It is
contest for the best drawing by a
student of the University depicting hcped that the winning drawing may
the work of the student councilors typify the spirit' of the camp which
'with the poor boy's, members of the the Student Christian associatin runs
camp. Prizes for the best three draw- each summer at Patterson lake for t1;
ings will be $12, $8, and $5 respect-
ively . pool- boys of lhi,; district of Michigan.
Three judges will be.Tappointedlbh'-Ie campers Carc h1s( 1by various
fore the closing date of the contest ocial agecies around Ann Arbor and
April 25, one (being from the facully 'lDetr::it, which insures their character
of the architectural school, one from and worth. The councilors are all
the staff of the Gargoyle, and one from cho<sen fromthe stuidents of t11 Uni-
the camp committee of the Studenit .Asty:, andl are t his year being hcadl-
Christian association. ed by George . Rich, '30L, captain of
The drawing should ble small the 1928 football team.
ANNOUNCE ART CONTEST O
OF STUDENT COUNCILOR
Auspices Ann .Arbor Theatre League
riaCEs: $1.00, wit a few at $.)0 and $2.00
Rear Rows Balcony, 7e
Earl A. kelly, President.
Canes may be ordered at Wagners and Company.
Earl A. Kelly, President.
11 Women on Campus:
Bowling will be open to all women on campus every afternoon, 4 to 6
'clock, except Saturdays, at the New Athletic Field House, for women.
Laurie E. Cam pbell.
econd Semester Sophiomores and Upperclass Women:
Students intending to take riding for credit for the spring season must
ign up at office, Room 2, Barbour Gymnasium, March 31, April 2 or 3.
The mid-semester examination will be given Monday, April 2, in Room 231
L. J. Young.
reshimen Hygiene Lecture:
The sixth freshmen lecture in hygiene for men, will be given in Waterman
ymnasium, Monday and Tuesday, April 2 and 3, at 3, 4, and 5 p.m. This re-
uirement includes all freshmen in the regular physical training groups and
thers that have been excused from these groups.
C. A. May.
Alpha Nu's Fall Initiation Banquet will be held Tuesday, April 3, at the
lichigan Union at 6:15 o'clock. Dean Edward H. Kraus will speak. Ar-
angements should be made before Tuesday, if possible.
J. Webster, President.
aculty Women's Club:
The regular meeting,cf the Monday Night Drama Section will be held at
le club house Monday evening, April 2, at 7:30 o'clock.
Lilah Ellis, Secretary.
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K. C. McMurry of the geography de-
Gifts of four men to the new mu-
seum were approved at the Regents'
meeting. These include funds to
carry out a zoological expedition to
I Texas, wrought iron gates for the
corridors of the new museum, and a
collection of books on scientific sub-
Otto Hans, '01, Ann Arbor, has pre-
sented the University five pairs of
wrought iron gates to be used in the
corridors of the north wing -of the
museum. These gates were designed
by Mr. Roscoe Wood of the School of
A letter was received from Mr. Wil-
liam G. Fargo, of Jackson, offering to
[provide funds for a zoological ex-
pedition into th.e southern Ideserts
Held At Postoffice
Mail for the following persons is on
hand, undeliverable, at the Ann Arbor
postoffice, and may be secured by the
owners by calling at the General De-
livery window, main office, not later
than 5 o'clock today.
Gerald.Barnes, Helen Bialosky,
Warren Bower, Ralph Broody, Ros-
coe Bullock, Cecil P. Burns, Dr. Wm.
Clark, Jean P. Cooley, A. Lyman
Crane, Valentine L. Davis, W. T.
Doran, Bernard F. Dostal, Albert D.
Emiliano N. Erum, Urban Farns-
worth, Augustus W. Foscoe, James D.
Glunt, Charles, C. Hammill, Eleanor
Hodge, Mrs. Theda Holen, Mart A.
Jordan, Oscar B. Klein, Robert Lin-
coin, Harry Markman, Allen J. Martin,
John Mitchell, Nuttall, Pierce Pelier,
George E. Plagens, Len Reynolds,
Verne B. Schuman, Vere Sedgewick,
H. S. Senseman, Steven J. Stachowiak,
Harry Vernon, Prank Waters, Paui
Wilcox, Jesse L. Williams, Miss M.
Fliers who yesterday established
a new endurance record by flyingI
more than 54 consecutive hours. The!
old mark was set by the Germans,
Risticz and Edzard, last summer, who
remained in the air 52 hours and 23
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