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THEIFMICIVIIGAN

DAILY

V IDAY, MARCH 8, 1929

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Political Science 31: !Baptist Guild:
lThe make-up final exanination ini this course will be given "at- The Twenty-third Annual Ban-
urday morning, March 9, from 9 to 12 in room 2023 Angell Hall, All quet of the Baptist Guild will be
students who missed the final examination must take this examina- iaddressed tonight by Dr. Gorg R.
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members tion. Baker of New York City. Dr. Bak
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi- James K. Pollock, Jr. University and at present is visit-
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. i. Saturday.) -- --ngUniversity Centers throughout
Psychology 101 and 105: the Northern States. His topic sis
Vol. XXXIX FIDAY, MIARCh 8, 1929 No. 11 Pyhlg601ad15 n Uiest etestruhu
Make-up examinations for Comparative Psychology, and for Psy- one of timely student interest.
chology and Religion will be held Saturday, March 9, at 2 p. in,, in K. M. Johnson, '30M,
Action of Discipline Committee: room 112 Natural Science Banquet Chairman.
The following action of the Discipline Committee has resulted from John F. Shepard
the theater rush and disturbance of last Monday evening: Beta Kappa Rho:
Clute, Henry H., '31 E, suspended f om the University until the Senior and Junior Electrical Engineers and Senior and Junior Mechanical Initiation of new members will
beginning of the second semester of the Academic Year 1929-30. Engineers: be held Saturday evening, March
Wells, Byron S., '29 E., suspended for the balance of the present Friday, March 8, Mr. A. . Hurlburt, Employment Manager, and 9, at 8:30 o'clock, in the W. A. A
semester other representatives of The Detroit Edison Company will interview building. It is important that all
Caii, Bernard M., '29 E., suspended for the balance of the present seniors and graduate students in regard to permanent employment and members be present.
semester. juniors who are interested in summer work with the company. The Louise Lingel, President
Kelsey, John A., '30 E., to be placed on probation for misconduct and room number will be posted on Departmental bulletin boards._
reprimanded by the Dean of his college. A. D. Moore, 11. C. Anderson
Hirst, Royal V., '32 E., to be placed on probation for misconduct and . r FOR
reprimanded by the Dean of his college.3 Junior Engneers:
rpiaddbthDenohicolg.There will be a meeting of the Junior Engiecs on r iday, March { S arc' a
Morse, G. L., '29 D., to be placed on probation for misconduct. Theinroom 343 a 10 a. J M 1k'sDay
8, in room 34. at 10:00 a. mr
,C. II. Fessenden, Secretary It. N. Gruow, resideat -arch 17th

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University Senate:
The third regular miectinig of the University Senate for the year
1928-1929 will be held in ioom C, Law Building, on Monday, March 11, at
4:15 p. m.
Order of Business:I
1. Election of a member of the Board of Directors of the Michi-
gan Union.
2. Memorial for Professor Edwin J. Mather.
John W. Bradshaw, Secretary of the Senate

Summer Emnployment For Women:
Will any girls interested in typing and stenographic positions
Detroit next summer kindly telephone 8316 or come in to see me.
Beatrice W. Johnson

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Xaculty,
The
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School of Education :
next Faculty Luncheon of the School of Education will be
the Union, Monday, March 18. Commissioner Cooper will

speak. Dr. Cooper will also speak at an Assembly at 4:15 o'clock that
day; consequently, the Faculty meeting scheduled for that hour will be
called at 3 o'clock on that day (March 18).
Kindly return Faculty Program Cards immediately.
C. 0. Davis, Secretary j
Commissioner Cooper's Address:
The Public lecture of U. S. Commissioner William J. Cooper, post-'
poned from March 1st,,,.will be given in the University High School
Auditorilrm on Monday, March 18, at 4:15 o'clock. The subject of his
address will be given in a later announcement. Students and the=
General Public are invited to this lecture.
C. O. Davis, Secretary
St dcnts--College pf Literature, Science, and the Arts:
No course may be taken up after the present week.
W. R. Ilumphreys, Assistant Dean }
C lege of Literature, Science, and the Arts: .
Students, who were marked Incomplete or Absent from Examination
at the end of the first semester, are reminded that Monday, March 11,J
is' the final kdate for the removal of these deficiencies. The final
grades must be reported to the Recorder's office by March 18. Cou-ses
not reported'by that time will be recorded as of grade E, unless a satis-
actory explanation is given and an extension of time granted by thei
Administrative Board.
Florence Mohr, Recorder
Cpllege of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Combined Curricula:
Students who desire admission to the combined curricula in Letters
and ,Medicine; Letters and Law, Letters and Dental Surgery, Letters
and Nursing, and Letters and Business Administration may file theirl
applications In the Recorder's office, room 4, University Hall. All appli-
cations must -be filed before April 20.
Florence Mohr, Recorder

All Senior Women:
Academic caps and gowns will be distributed from 2 to 5 o'clock
Monday, March 11, through Friday, March 15, in Barbour Gymnasium.
Those whose last names begin with letters A through K will come
Monday and Tuesday; L through T on Wednesday and Thursday; U
through Z on Friday. A deposit of $10.00 is required, $2.50 for cap and
$7.50 for rental of the gown. All payments must be made in cash.,
Jessie Church, Chairman of Caps and Gowns
All House Presidents:
As was announced at the meeting on February 28, February signing
out slips must be turned in at the League office by Saturday of this!
week.
Elizabeth Wellman, Chairman of Board of Representatives
Polonia Literary Circle:r
Mr. F. Jarosz, a former student at the University of Poznan in
Poland, will speak on the life of the Polish mountaineer, Saturday
night, March 9, at 8 o'clock, in Lane Hall. He will illustt'ate his talk
with lantern slides; acid will present also, a group of folk songs and
dances. Mr. Jarosz will be dressed in his native costume. All members
are requested to be present. Any others interested are cordially

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Michigan Union:
There will be an Executive Council' Meeting, Friday, March
1929, at 4:15 in the Student Ofices of the Michigan Union.
Kenneth C. Schafer, Recording Secy.

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Masonic Students:
The regular meeting of the Craftsmen Club will be held Saturday
evening, March 9, in the Large Lodge Room of the Masonic Temple, at
?:30. All Master Masons are urged to be present.
R. W. Webster, President
Stamp Collectors:
Regular meeting of the Ann Arbor Stamp Club will be held in
room 408, Romance Language building, at 8 o'clock, Saturday evening.
Collectors and visitors invited. An auction will beheld.
S. B. Conger, Secretary

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