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



. No. 112

niversity Lecture: Mr. John C. Niedermair, of the Bureau of Con-
ion and Repair of the United States Navy Department, will speak
Phe Salvage of Submarines in the Open Sea," illustrated with
nd moving pictures, at 8:00 p. in., Friday, March 14, in Natural
ce Auditorium. The public is invited.!
Frank E. Robbins
niversity Lecture: Professor Alfons Hilka, of the University of
agen, will lecture on "The Wandering Scholars and Mediaeval
Songs (The Carmina Burana)" at 4:15 p. in., Friday, March 21,
Natural Science Auditorium. The public is cordially invited.
Frank E. Robbins
pparatus Exchange: The Regents at their meeting in March, 1927,
rized an arran.-ement for the sale of scientific apparatus by one
tment to another, the proceeds of the sale to be credited to the
t account of the department from which the apparatus is trans-
epartmnents having apparatus which, is not in active use are advised'
d descriptions thereof to the University Chemistry Store, of which
sor R. J. Carney is Director. The Chemistry Store headquarters
i Room 223 Chemistry Building. An effort will be made to sell
>paratus to other departments which are likely to be able to use
i some instances the apparatus may be sent to the University
istry Store on consignment, and, if it is not sold within a reason-
ime, it will be returned to the department from which it was
he object of this arrangement is to promote economy by reducing
nount of unused apparatus. It is hoped that departments having
apparatus will realize the advantage to themselves and to' the I
rsity in availing themselves of this opportunity..
Shirley W. Smith,
rgan Recital: Palmer Christian, University organist, will give the
ing program Wednesday in Hill Auditorium at 4:15 o'clock. The
al public is cordially invited to attend. Hanfi: Choral Prelude
in Festp Burg"; Corelli: Prelude; Wesley: Gavotte; Andriessen:
le; d'Antalffy: Drifting Clouds; Ferrata: Scherzino; Wagner:,
le ("Lohengrin"); Liszt: Prelude and Fugue in B A C H.
Charles A. Sink
ay Festival Program: Negotiations have just been completed for
'pearances of the following artists and organizations at the Thirty-
th Annual May Festival, consisting of four evening concerts and
,atinees, to be held in Hill Auditorium, May 14, 15, 16, 17.l
aire Dux, Dusolina Giannini, Nanette Guilford and Ethyl Hayden, ,

at the club during the Lenten season. Everyone is invited to come. Track Meet Tuesday, Mar. 11. Entries must be in Monday, March 10,
11.Stein a -t 9 o'clock.
Intramural Department
Senior Men in the Literary College: . Order your Caps and Gowns I
now from either of George Moe's Sportshops. Have your Class dues The Men's Education Club will not meet Monday night (March 10),
stub with you when you order. as was formerly planned. This meeting is postponed until the follow-,
ing Monday (March 17) at which time Dr. E. G. Johnston, principal of
The Interfraternity council will hold an important meeting at 4:15 the University High School, will speak.k
o'clock Monday afternoon in room 302 of the Union. Every Fraternity
is asked to have a representative present. h
Mathematical Club: The March meeting will be held Tuesday eve-
Eing at 8 o'clock in room 3201 Angell Hall. The program follows: H. K.
EVENTS TODAY Hughes,,"Analytic Expansion of Functions Defined by Factorial Series"; E
The Wesleyan Guild announces that Professor Earl V. Moore of the Huhs Aayi xaso fFntin eie yFcoilSre"
The eslyanGuil anounes hat rofsso Eal V.Mooe o th W. Q. Menge, "Canonical Forms and Differential Equations"; J. H. Bushey ;
University School of Music will give an illustrated lecture at Wesley Hall, "A0yMenge, "Canon For an ernil Equationt; JnteH.aBu ."e
at 6:00 p. in. His subject will be "Bells and Bell Music in England and rAsymptotic Expressions for a Certain Class of Definite Integrals.
the low countries of Europe." Everyone interested is cordially invited to attend.
Round Table Club: Mr. David Diamond, a student of economics, will Alpha Alpha Gamma will meet Monday, March 10, at 9 p. m. in thel
discuss before the club his book on a new conception -of property, League.
"Equilibrism," today in a room of the Michigan League to be noted on --
the bulletin board. Frosh Frolic Committee: The committee will meet Tuesday, March
G el at 8:00 p. m. in room 306 Michigan Union. Be prompt and be sure
Seniors: Chester H. Lang, Comptroller of Budget of the General to bring all your material.
Electric Company, is in Ann Arbor on March 9, 10, and 11 to inter-
view seniors interested in the business training program and other non- James Waterman Wise will speak on "Youth Movements Abroad"
technical opportunities with the General Electric Company. He can in Natural Science Auditorzum, MondayMarch.1U, at 4:10 under the
be reached at the Michigan Union or by communicating with the under- joint auspices of The Michigan Chapter of Avukah and the Hillel Foun-
signed at University extension 493 or 733. dation. -

"Fast Life" is at the Mich'
and DeMille's "Dynamite" al
Majestic, both pictures to bi
viewed in Tuesday's Daily. A
Wuerth is "Words and Music,
viewed below.
CoEegiatc Capers.
Used as a background for a
musical talking picture, colleg
is depicted none the more fait
ly but still more entertainingly
usual. "Words and Music" h
number of amusing moments,
mediocre, and none offensive.
Lois Moran is featured

F'rScalp and Blade:
Forsythe will speak.

Supper will be served in the Union at 6 p. m. Dr.

University Sena4e: A meeting of the University Senate will be held
in Room C Law Building on Monday, March 10, at 4:15 p. m.
Election of a member of the Board of Directors of the Michigan

Choral Union Ushers: Report at Hill Auditorium before 7:30 p. m.
for concert Monday, March 10.'
Varsity Glee Club: An important rehearsal will be held Monday
night, March 10. Full attendance is imperative.

with a couple of comp
males. Several- tune
numbers are included
sults. One scene whe
of women is brutal
aroused considerable
On advice of fair
film is deemed rather
entertainment. It rat
The surrounding p:
usually diversified, s
taining shorts includ
Dan Howley, manag
cinnati Reds, expects
ies of "heart to heart
his entire squad, in v
discuss methods of

a t '

Book-shelf and Stage Section of the Faculty Women's Club will meet
The Women's League Bldg. for luncheon at 1 o'clock, March 11. Mrs.
J. Hosmer will be hostess and Mrs. G. A. Lindsay will assist.


Faculty, Colteges of Engineering and Architecture:
a meeting of the Faculty of these Colleges on Tuesday,
4:15 p. m., in Room 348 West Engineering Building, to
unfinished business.

There will be!
March 11, atI
take care of

The Garden Section of the Faculty Women's Club will meet Wed-
nesday, March 12, at 3 p. m. in the Women's Athletic Building. Mr. Ralph
Carr will speak.

Romance Languages: . There will be a meeting of the staff of the
Department of Romance Languages on Tuesday, March 11, at 4:15 o'clock
in room 408 R. L.
Students applying for admission to the Harvard Business School
next year: Dean Theodore C. Streibert of the Harvard University School
of Business Administration will be in Ann Arbor at the Union Monday,
March 10. He is to have ten-minute interviews beginning at 3 p. m.
with the ten seniors who have already applied to him for admission.
He will be glad to meet others interested in applying..
John R. Effinger
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
Mr. Ruggles of the Associated Telephone and Telegraph Company
would.like to meet all seniors interested in communication, either from
the standpoint of technical operations or administration, in Room 205
Mason Hall at 4:00 o'clock, Monday, March 10, for a group discussion.I
Will those who want personal interviews please come to the office at 2011
Mason Hall for appointments?
Senior Engineers: Class meeting Monday, March 10, at 11:00 a. m.,
In room 348 West Engineering Bldg.

Drawings by Taylor
Placed on Exhibition

Six pencil drawings by Jonathan
A. Taylor, '29A., may now be seen in
the first floor gallery of the archi-
tectural building. These were done
by Taylor while he was attending
the Lake Forest Institute of Archi-
tecture and Landscape Design dur-
ing the last summer session.
The collection includes drawings
for landscapes of several estates
arounddChicago, and one of the
Chicago Tribune Tower.
Taylor will be remembered as
having won second place in the
competition for last year's Booth
Traveling Fellowship. At present
he Is engaged as a designer for
Smith, Hinchman, and Gryls, De-
troit architects.
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sIe and Merle Alcock, contraltos.
and Paul Althouse, tenors.
elli, baritone.
leo, bass.
ci, wunderkindviolinist..
! er, Guy M Aer anid Lee Pattison, pianists.
e, Musical Director, Frederick Stock, Eric DeLamarter
Symphony Orchestra, the University Choral Union and
al Chorus, organizations.
(Honneggar), Magnificat (Bach) and Requiem (Verdi)
Chafes A. Sink
I Students: Students now in the University who have
cessful vaccination against smallpox are notified that
from that disease at the present time. They are ac-
I to report to the Health Service for vaccination in the

Senior Mechanical
Chalmers Company of
Monday and Tuesday
any men inuerested in

Engineers: Mr. W. C. VanCleaf of the Allis-
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, will be in Room 221 on
of this week for the purpose of interviewing
employment with this company.
H. C. Anderson I

N OWADAYS t h e tradi-
tion is not the same as it was
about a dozen years ago. But
you can dine and dance to
soothing lilting music by the
Varsity Serenaders every eve-
ning except Monday.
Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday the dancing contin-
ues from eight 'tit ten, Friday
and Saturday from nine 'til
closing. No cover charge.
We're expecting youl

New York Listed

Warren E. Forsythe, M. D.

y: Junior Girls' Play: All girls whose first semester reports
, or grades Not Reported are ineligible until reports are
irls whose reports carry E in PE (deficiency in Physical
gust petition to be allowed to go on with their parts in the
hould give these matters their prompt attention and report
liss Richards without delay. Some 23 girls are concerned, I
ess of the play can be furthered materially by their imme-
Grace Richards
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: No course
cd for credit after Saturday, March 15.
W. U. Humphreys, Assistant Dean
kles of Detroit will speak tonight at 5:30 at the regular
he Lutheran Student Club oi the subject, "The Christ of
ament." This ,is the first of a series of talks to be given

Senior Mechanical Engineers: Mr. K. A. Taylor of the York Heating
& Ventilating Company of Philadelphia will be at the University on
Tuesday, March 11, for the purpose of interviewing any men interested
in employment with this company. Will those interested please make
appointments in Room 221 West Engineering Bldg. prior to his arrival?
ti. C. Anderson
The Faculty Dancing Class will meet at 7:30 p. m., Monday, March
The next class in Chamber Music will meet at the usual time on
Tuesday, March 21, instead of Monday. This change is due to the
Detroit Symphony Orchestra Program.
IHanes Pick
All Freshmen in order to be eligible, for All Campus, Fraternity,
Independent, and Inter-Class Track meets must enter the All Freshmen

Conservative margin
accounts solicited
Telephone 23271

Investment Securities
Ann Arbor Trust Bldg.
1st Floor


C.W. Kelsey Management



NOVELS-Brand New and Worth While

Special Sunday!

SChicken Dinner 60c


Wednesday at 4:15 P. M
pt that for obvious reason

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1. in Hill Auditorium une3s otherwise
s small children cannot be admitted.
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Good old fashioned home cooked Chicken
Dinner, just like mother cooks
combined with rcal college atmosphere here t
Our Regular Dinner 50 c

Christopher Wren-Ma nion ...... .........
0. E. Rolvaag-Pure Gold.
Stirting Bowen-Wishbone
Warwick Deeping-Exile.
Francesco Nitti-Escape..
Thornten Wilder-The Woman of Andros,.......
H. W. Freetnan--Down the Valley
Special Price to Libraries and Reading Clubs




1110%a South University

Serving Sunday 11:30 to 9:30 P. M.

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'A Different Place.'
t h e Frosh - tired
and weary, end up
The R & S Lunch



Hell Week

The Frosh


In the End

A Kick



started with a bang,
As usual

find that it is better
to receive than to
give, and no

what they do they
still seem to get it

-t h e upperclass-
men always get

out of it too, but
they get it in


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