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Publication" in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the "University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi-
dent until -3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday.)




No. 126

Research Club: I ngiueering Students:
The eserchClubwil inet i, ram 5213Eas Meical13ulcing! The Classification, Committee has placed the limit of time at which 1 U N O N I oremyb rpe ihu eoda h n fteegt ekWL
on eesea, arch l20,llmt p n oing28papersic wildgacuremye rpebwueeora ee
oresW ednesdaytMarches20,,atr8Ap.il, ,The2followepging i caswillfheonfithe isemesterCoroAprilr et192aiexceptingtainecases oflcontinued cilsnessePshouldQCLASSrGIR D S
'in "The Blacktstone Valley of Massachusetts and Rhode Island: A Study orsutothexnuigcrumtcs.nalcse the clssstrrholdcKtuor. 11
i the Cho. ography of Southern New England," by Professor Prs on ulwihtensrto.H*LI)
P. James. Louis ANpkinls
"Th German Party Sse, by Professor James K~ Pollock Jr Class Officers Council Will Make
f eiryiear n BsnssAmnitaiomcootdet:Annual Selection Of Three
I A meeting of the Council will be held at 4:30 p. m. in room 1053LteayadBsiesAmnsrainSho Suet:Nw or ebr
' ast Physics Building. Seniors interested in positions with the Bell Telephone system may ;_Nwoademer
IEverett S. Browni, Secretary meet with representatives from the Companyin room 304 of the Mi'i-
gan Union from 10:00 a. m. to 5:00 p. M. Wednesday and Thursday, SESSION OPENS SATURDAY
A Clss n Scialatrirt: 'March 20 and 21. Those wishing definite appointments can make them,
A ls nSca acn:previous to the interview, in room 201 Mason Hll. The election of three new mm-
A Class in Social Dancing for University men and women is being W. E. Parker bers of the Executive committee
organized for Tuesday and Thursday evenings, 7:30 to 8:30 p. m at_______ will constitute the main work of
the Women's Athletic Building. There will be individual instruction Psychology 31: the annual meeting of the Class
for those who desire it. Orchestra music. Six lessons for $3.00. Stu- According ton my reo'rds the folltnww iiijudets isiil ,e e, I Officers Council which convenes


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'There will be a meeting of the StIudent Council at 7:30 tonight,
the Union.

F<'ivderick M. Asbeck, President
Co!mmite of the Senate' onnidversiiv Affars:

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Afarmwl eheldino h om mi009 ofte e nateal onnWe nesayeMrcht Women's Athletic Building. The first class meets Thursday, March 21. A. S Bas::ce, V. Harrington I. P. Easton, R. J. Petersoh, and J. L
.Affirswil be eldin oom 009Angll Hll n WdnesayMarh jWomen's Physical Education Club i Pickering. A make-up examination for these people will be given' on a lunch
20, at 4:15 p. m. Ethel McCormick Thursday afternoon at 4:00 o'clock in room 1121 N. S. If any of the i igimn
Jahn V.. Bradshraw, Secretary above students have left my sections will 'they please noify me of the posed o
FrehLeture Varsity Hand: tact at their earliest possible convenience. alth
There will be the regular rehearsal tonight at Morris Hall at lac hum tre n
Mr. Charles E. Koella of (.he Deparuinent of Romance Languages will; 7:15 o'clock~lce
give the fifth lecture on the Crcle I1'Lancais Program: "L'Esp± it de la 1 Gilbert B. Saltonstall, Student; Manager Rhetoric 190 (Drama 11): !member
Literature Suisse Frarucaise," Wtldnel.'day, March 20, at 4:15, in room Class will meet next week on Wednesday night -(March 20) instead; year, th
1025, Angell Hall._1 of Tuesday. The place of meeting will be 3227 Angell Hall as usual. T. Hast
4,1ll Campus forum: KnehIoe gsn
ReeTlmnDean Henry M. Bates of the Law School, will discuss "Law and Kbu
m iMorals" in the reading room of Lane Ball at 4:05 p. in., Thursday. ingsu
Dean's Advisory Committee, Colle ge of Literature, Science, and the Arts: I All men and women students and members of the faculty are invited. Classr diesrare playallhswe:a al nUiesiyHl.iasi
There will be a meeting of the Dean's Advisory Committee Friday, payThe Forums Committeel thenivesitpasll
March 22, at 4:05 p. m., in' the Dean's office. John Webster, Julius A. Zink Herbert S. Ripley, officio nT
John R. Effinger ____ Chairman Finance Committee j cordanc
{{ Vrsit Gle Clu: -,-- - - !ganizati
Trtd nAvsVyCpan:_AsityllreearClub. h lu.ilbehl ongta teuul ie1Senior Engineering Class: Iing its t
FresmanAdvsor Catain: Aful reearal f th clb wll e hld onigt a th usal ime Orders for commencement invitations and announcements will be cording
Th4ere will be a meeting of the Captains of the Advisers for Freshman instead of Thursday evening due to conflicts at that time. Complete !ae nWsInierngBidn rm83 o4:0o ensamnn
Week In the Office of Dean Bursley, Wednesday, March 20, 5:00 o'clock1 attendance is necessary due to the proximity of several concerts. thursdayestan inFridayildnMarch 200t t00on2. hiwllbet e s ayhanc nnot
p. m. L. M. Goodspeed, Manager to turn in an order. I of allc
P. E. Bursley
MoigPcue fIdsr:Opera MscWrtr:Chairman Invitation Committee the clas.
'loigPcue fIdsr:There will be a meeting of the people who are writing music for WilliamB._____ I eldtin
The thirteenth moving picture program by the School of Business1 next year's opera tonight at 9 o'clock in the Michigan Union (room',offier
dmnfistration will be held in Natural Science Auditorium at 4:05 p .. umber will be posted on the bulletin board in the lobby). The book P.mGrderatingLitatusadn oneets;ebigtae nUi- m si
Thulrsday, March 21. Please note that the program will begin 10j will be discussed more in detail and music will be accepted at that time. verittHalnllthiawek
minutes earlier than many afternoon meetings. The following films will! Roy S. Langhamn, Chairman of Music Committee estHalllhiwek
be hon: ___ Charles 11. Selheimer, Subsc

rits first session at 12:30
Satunrday, at the Union for
peon and a business meet-
niediately afterwards. Each
,e council, which is comn-
f the alumni secretaries of
graduating classes, elects
er members to take the
if the three executive board
,s whose terms expire. This
Lose who retire are Donald
Ings, 107E, Lynn A. Fer-
'15, "17M, and Gordon W.
iry, "11.
bury, because of his chair-"
jof the committee during-
t year, becomes an ex-
nember of the body in ac-.
:e with the rules of the or-
'on which is just complet-
third year of existence, ac-
to Charles J. Rash, per-
secretary of the council.
nnection with this meeting;
class secretaries, a special.
of the' representatives of,
>ses from '21 to '28 is being'
order to acquaint these
with' the latest develop-
n connection with the Bur-
ribe to The Michigan Daily,


The Stoky of Rock Drillingz- 2 reels.

Through Oil Lands of Europe and Africa-Italy, Hungary, The Dan-
ube, and, Rurana--3 reels.
All, persons interested are invited to attend these programs which
ore designed particularly to give business students background mater-
r Carl N. Schmalz
Camp Day!slit Wyoming:
-The next session of Camp Davis will be held near the Yellowstone
National ,Park . in Wyoming. Only a limited number of students can
b~e -accommodated this summer. Some work will be available for students
preceding- the session. Through a loan fund, financial aid can be
a, ranged for those who need it. Assistance in solving transportation
problems, will- be given.
Please confer with the undersigned as soon as convenient in roomj
207 W. Eng..Bldg.
WV. J. McFarlan
Pre-Medical Students, 'College of Literature, Science, and. the Arts:1
Applicatiorl's for the °combined curriculum in- Letters and Medicine,
filed in the Recoirder's office, do not constitute applications for admission
to: the -Medic l School. Neither do applications' to the Medical School
constitute. applications for the combined curriculum in Letters and
Medicine. It- is necessary for all pre-medic students who. expect to
enter the Medcal School next fall on the combined curriculum to fill'
out two appllcations, viz., the application card for the combined curricu-
lum which 15, to beI filled out in room 4, University Hall, and an appli-
cation. for admission to the. Medical School which must be filed with
Miss Noble, room 127, West Medical Building.
Florence Mohr, Recorder
Choral Union Rehearsal:
Where -will be a. double rehearsal for the Choral Union Members,~
Thursday, March 21.
Earl V. Moore
Twillght Organ 1gecital:
Palmer Chri~stian, University organist, will give the following pro-1
gram in Hill Auditorium, Wednesday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock. Trhej
genieral public, with the .exception of small children is invited to attend,
No admission charge.
Rogers: overture in B minor; Rachmaninoff: Melody; Jenkins:
Dawnt; Jon: Minuetto antico e Musetta; Handel-Guilmnant: Sinfonia;
llgar: Sursuin Corda; Vierne: Pastorale (Symphony 1),; Wagner: Eliza-I
beth's Prayer (Taunnhauser); Schmninke: March Russe.

Point System Committee: '4airma&U .nnvkiJbLonuomm.iULLee ! 2.25or the af year.
There will not be a meeting of the Point System of the Women's I lll oudaio:,
League this week. _________________________Foundation:_______________________
May(lceMor, hira The luncheon for Thursday,1
MaryAlic Mooe, Cairmn March 21, has been called oft., i=
-Palmer Christian has found it im- '
rFrosh Frolic Committee: rosbet ak h naeet
There will be a meeting of the committee uon Wednesday, March psibetPmk hellengagement,t :3I.:n, ooI06oAteInon Gt1n rs o -l
Kenneth MMv~ill un, Chairman Sigma Delta Phi: W ysiY
There will be a meeting andl w
11 Circolo Italiano:- luncheon for Sigma Delta. Phi at,] he answer is attributed to any or all of the
Prof. James K. Pollock will lecture on the 'contemporary and inter- the Lantern Shop at 12 oclocr, k following-
esting subject .,Politics and Government in Fascist Italy," at 4:15. Wut ednresy, ac 2.pllamebers t
Wednesday, March 20, in room 103 Romance Language. Prf. ollckmusetobeilpreenoaspletantfothn-is ucy.odn n.isMcignW lvrns
has studied the question at its origin and will be equally interesting to vninwl!ecmltda hs-Bdd odnadHsMcia ovrns
j he public. We welcome you. time. 1= ckntowledged to be one of the best collegiate or-
HlnMLatnPeiet _Vera Johnston, Pres.L i h on
Hen..LtngPesdet! . - '-czestras i h onry.
Michigan Dames: -" -
The next meeting of the Michigan Dames will be held Monday New Yal .~e o udxceletblromwtntswnefl.lo
instead of Tuesday) March 18, at 8 o'clock, at the Faculty Women's Stocks ordacig
Clubiouse, 226 South Ingalls Street. This change in date is made ! -
so that the members and their husbands may attend the Faculty Dance .! rivate wires to all2 The- collegiate, pleasing, peppy environment
Tuesday, March 19..C.=.Frrs reietI~akt always seen at Granger's.-
Mrs._C._ W Farriestablished
_______ I ~~~Conservative margin aeccutt u rpttinaons'hesu
Students' Recital: Isolicited'Oresaldhdentatos.ogs hesu
F A students' recital will be given at the University Scnoo of Music! Telephone 22541 dns
Auditorium, Thursday evening, March 21, at 8:15 o'clock sharp. The;-
public is invited. No admission charge. The program is as follows: Brown-Cress& Coot
B c : C r m t c F it s e a d F g e ( V r i i T i e ; M n ls so h n : A n d a n te fro m V io lin C o n c erto ; (M a ry A lice C a se ); L iszt: S o iree n - A0E
de Vienne (Virginia Hamister) ; Chopin: Preludes; (Burnett Bradley);, Investent Securities -
Wagner: "Good Friday Spell," for four celli; (Lawrence Goodspeed, s
Elizabeth Searles, Kathleen Murphy, Mary Minnick) ; Brahms: Inter- 7th Floor Fiat NisI a
mezzo op. 76; Scott: Passacaglia; Fantasie C minor; (Rexford Keller) ; Bank fld, .a
MacDowell: 1620 A. D.; Schumann: Bird as Prophet; Debussy: Arabesque,
(Roussealu CrsLwel) Acomnmiment yVrgnaTie ' ~~T"/I/- - J(
! ~Charles A. Sink
_____ Make Your -
Oratorical Association Ushers: IJ-Hop S
Reassignments have been made as follows considering the furtherest .- .-
aisl1e west as aisle 1 and the first name appearing as aisle head: Appointments I- -- every
Ail-: rw, emn uciso;ase2aetD og el
Vapile; aisle 3: O'Connell, Gemski, Gale, MKinnie; aisle 4: De Hann, EarlNESBA
Aily1 ronWeuaEuDNno;Eile2SenDDJnAelY-
Meyer, Hloch, Mulliken; aisle 5: Pennington, Mapes, Donovan.
lcnail 1.Heit edemn;asl : ufmn Woso;810a
Balcoy ase1 HwtGndra;ail :Crfmn oosn (lf j~75c per couplea
f'd e 3 a k , D w e ; a s e 4 u w t , P w r ; a s e 5 e k tIA d a m s . RF I A $ 1 .0 0 p e r c o u p le S T R A
' Doormen: Kliger, Wrist, Howell, Edwards, Campbell. HAIR SHO 9-1 Tickets at Slater's 9-12
Wilthese ushers kindly report promptly at 7:30 Wednesday evening; (bv n ro aig _________________________
at Hill Auditorium. z
L. Walkley, "rice President Bank) -
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Charles. 1A. Sin

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TEdication Seniolrs:
This -week is your chance to order Commencement Invitations and,
Announcements at the table in University Hall. The Invitations ' are1
55 cents and the Announcements are 15 cents each. Pay cash with your
Odeyne Gillette Chairman, Invitation Coin.
Glider Movies:
Motion -Pictures of the Aeronautical Society's G-lider will be shown
4t the Michigarn Theater Wednesday, March 20, at 5:00 o'clock p. mn.
The management of the Michigan extends this invitation to all who
,ire interested.
h.. M. Ball, President
Bo.tanical Seimiar:
Botanical Seminar' meets Wednesday, March 20, at 4:30 p. in., roomI
1139 N. S. Bld4'. Paper by V~. G. Gustafson-"Respiration in Fruits."
B. M. Davis
A. S. C. E.:-
*Special, meeting, of A. S. C. E., Wednesday, March 20, 1929, at 8.001
P. rr.., at Michigan Union, for election of new members. It is necessary
to have 80, per cent of the members present for the election. Juniors
are urged to attend as the new members will be elected from their
L. D. Kirshner


Oratorical Association Lecture Course:
Dr. Nansen will speak in Hill Auditorium at 8 o'clock tonight oni
ithe subject "Why the Arctic Calls Me Again." The coupons for theE
ISaint-Gaudens lecture wild admit. General admission tickets may be:
purchased at the door. The auditorium will be open at 7:30. -
Carl G. Brandt, Financial Mgr.
Michigan-Northwestern Debate:
The. University of Michigan will meet Northwestern University in' a4
debate in Hill Auditorium at 8 o'clock, Thursday evening. The subject
is: Resolved, That, a judge or a board of judges be substituted for the
jury in all trials throughout the United States. The public is cordially
invited- to attend. There is no admission charge,
t -Carl G. Brandt
Owing.- to thec fact that Wednesday evening is Intramural Sports
evening the Archery Equipment Class will be postponed until Thursday,
March 21.

We invite your inspection. of, our complete line ofa
The superior, quality and the reasonable prices will please you.
WAHR'S University BoStre

Frank Lynam


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