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DAIY OFIIA L BULLEITIN
Publication In the Bulletin is constructive not~ice to all members
of the University. Copy received1 by the Assistant to th~f Prest-.
dent until 3:30 p. tn. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday.)
IHinshaw Heads Two
jAnnouncement was made yester-
day of the merger of the University
Music Shop and the University
Music house into one large busi-.
nes s, offering better facilita~tions
SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1929
Committee of the Senate oul University Affairs: The University Music Shop, own-
The second, meeting of the Committee of the Senate on University, ed by Herman D. Almendinger,
Affairs will be held in Room 2009 Angell Hll on Monday, March 4, ?will move from its present location,
at 4:15 P. M. at 305 Maynard street to the Uni-
John W. Bradshaw, Secretary versity Music House store at 601 E.
Williams. The Music Shop was'
Faculty, College of Literate:-e, Science and the Arts: founded in January 1915 and has
The next regular meeting of the Literature Faculty will be held been at the same location for these
Monday, March 13, instead of March 4, as previously announced. past 14 years. Mr. Allmendinger
John R. Effinger will be associated with the new
Concert: William W. Hinshaw, who pur-
Hanns Pick will present the following program of 'cello music chased the University Music House
assisted by Mabel Ross Rhead, pianist in Hill Auditorium, March 3, in 1923 and has managed the store
at 4:15 p. m. The general public with the exception of small children since that time, holds a formidable
is cordially ;invited to attend. No admission charge: M. Reger: Prelude! position in the musical world as an
(for °'cello unaccompanied); R. Strauss: Sonate in F for 'cello andj American operatic impressario.
piano, Allegro-Lento-Vivo; Jos. H-aydn: Concerto in 15 major, Moderato- I The merger of these two music
Andante-Allegro; A. Arensky: Chant triste; M. Ravel: Piece en form stores will afford the facilities for
de Habanera; G. Granados: The pendultun (lock, the spinning-girl, a larger stock, and all lines ofj
and her lover; Saint-.Saens: The Swan. goods carried by either store will
Charles A. Sink be featured by the enlarged house.
Hygiene 101, Make Up Examination: Cosmopolitan Club :
Hygiene 101 make up examination will be gieInRom2,wtr The Cosmnopolitan. Club will meet
manGymasumModayvMrch4,4nP MRoooaurdyMarh ,Waa3pemri
man Cly nasium Monda, Marcohn 4S. Mdwa l Lane Hall. Dr. V~i;/orio Ca nerani
_______________ of the International Institute
Zoolgy 3 (Ogani Evlutin):of Agriculture in Rome will speak
Those who were absent from the final examination in the first on the Library of the- Institute.
semester will take a supplementary examination Saturday, March 9, Mr. Duncan Gordon will give an
in Room 2091 Natural Science building, beginning at 8:30 A. M.. informal report of the National
A. Franklin Shutl. Convention held at Ithaca. Re-
fresh ments will be served.;
V'arsity Band: I All members and friends of the
Special rehearsal this afternoon at 1:30 at Morris Hall. Any ab-' Club are most cordially invited to
sences must be excused by the Director before the rehearsal. be present at this meeting.
Gilbert B. Saltonstall, Student Mgr~. Helen L. Clarke, Secy.
"Women's Research Club : i Hindustan Club :
The Women's Research Club will meet in Room 2116 Natural Sci-' The regular meeting of the Hin-
ence Building, at 7:30 P. M. on Monday, March 4. Miss Ella M. Hana-! dustan Club of the University of
Walt will spear on ."An experimental study of the relative effectiveness; Michigan will be held in Lane Hall
of the .whole and part methods in maze learning with white rats." : on' March 3, 1929 f at 2:30 p. mn.
After the paper those who wish may see the rats running the maze. sharp.
Olive M. Searle, Secretaw y I S. F. Husain-Khan, President;
Fraternity Foul Shooting: -
The first round of the Fraternity Foul Sotn hminhp There will be an important nWet-
will bie held Tuesday, March 5, frond 9:00 A. M. to 10:00 P. Al. Prater- ing at the Union Suinday, March 3,
nies should send their men downi.at that time.129t2:0
Initramu ral Department'199a2:0
_________Clifford Keene, Secretary
Masoic tudets:Upper Room Bible Class:
There will be No meeting of the Cr aftsmen Club this week, March All men students are cordially
2. The next regular meeting will be held on Saturday evening, March 9. invited to the "Upper Room'
Rt. W. Webster, President which meets every Saturday eve-
Juue raduaes: ning at 7 P. M. in the "Upper
All students graduating in June who wish assistance in getting W!Room"rat LaneAHall
permanent position, other, than teaching, should make atpGeorgeiGn At(f
onlce at the 'Office of the Committee on Vocational Counsel and Place- Reformed and Christian reformed
ment, 201 Mason Hall.I Students:
W. E. Parker, Executive Secretary I Rev. R. B. Kuiiper, of Grand
Rapids, Mich., will conduct serv-
Student. Assistantship:! ices for us Sunday, March 3, at
Written applications will be received by me for the position of sccond 110:30 A. M. and 4 :00 P. M.?
assistant in my office. The work requires six to seven hours per week, We urgently invite every one to
on the average and the pay is $50 for the semester. Good class stand- ;attend these meetings, Lane Hall,
ing is required and second or third year standing is preferred. Applica- upsair auditorium.
tin . dbelf wt y secretary, room 259, West Engineering........'eCoiitc
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George WV. Patterson, Associate Dean
Economics 172:' I
Examination Monday, March 4. A-L Natural Science Auditorium,
M-Z roomn 25 Angell Hall.
Geology 31, First Semester:
The supplementary final examination will
March 5, at 3 o'clock, in Room 4054 N. S. for
grade of X.
The supplementary final examination will
March 5, at 3 o'clock, in room 4054 N. S. for
g'rade of X.
be given on Tuesday,'
those who received a'
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Cosmopolitan Club : _____________
There will be an initiation meeting of the Cosmopolitan .Club on r'
March 16. Any persons desiring to become members of the Club should ; usrb t h al
notify me, at 410 S. Division Street, on or before March 9. iS bciet h al
T. T. Zee; Chairman, Membership Committee
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