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r .i. i I v J. J. T A N

DAILY

Tru A7, '"g-TAR? M,

TH~ MICHT~AN DAILY Y~A?, ~TB~UA~Y ~0,

* * ' II I TExhibits are being held in the Galleries of Alumni Memorial HalllI OUR SEP AATE ART EXHIBITIONS
0 AI L Y 0 F H I L IJVLL L [TI K Iofvewi m ii
OilPitnsb lidAtseo mria1 O IP A O E TO M NH Paintings by Ernest I. Barnes4
P'ubication In the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members I Oils and Watercolors by Jean Paul Slusser dfern rtehbiin i- truhotte-ot
or heUnve'sty Cpyrcie yteAssatt h rs- Schirol of Architecture. i the various campus galleries are tectural school. The exhibition in-
netutli:0p . (11:30 a. m. Saturday) -oefoinecondrgter- eludes sculptures of nudes, of heads,
VoL. XL. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, No. 97l Mthwnaties Assistants: There will be a very inportant meetingI mainder of February. A collection';ado nml feeydsrp
ited i the ground floor galleries Fu medallions by' Julio KilenfyiI
NOTICESiarshw.hecommrtte
Part-Time Enpdyrent: Mr. Reese, representing the Gooclwear, I of the architectural building. In150tarson.eray ommtemorate tshe
Faculty, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts-Special Meet-I Inc. company will be in Room 302 Michigan Union from 10:00 a. n. to; the west gallery of Alumni Memo- ,~h niesr fteetbih
ing: There will be a special meeting of the Faculty of the College of 5:00 p. in. to interview students wanting part-time work. I ial hall art-lovers may view a col-2t ment ofe transoceanic cables; the
Literature, Science, and the Arts in the ballroom of the Michigan Union _______ lection of oil paintings by members20t anniversary of the Saturday
Thursday evening, February 20, at 7:30 p. m. rren~ minute papers on I Roance Philology 202, TI~oos and Methods: Students deiring to !of the American National Acade- EnigPs;ndte0hani-
the general topic "The Aims of 1h p College of Literature, Science, and !take this cool ~e please meet hilmy office at 4:00 o'clock to agree on an' my, while in the north and south vnanersy ofl Edisons invention of theI
the fAts" will be presented by Profes'-,ors Aiton, Bartlett, Bogner, Eaton, h~our. II. P. Thieme f galleries are hung paintings by itcndsetlmp . The fourth me
Gomberg, Parker and Shull, and d[ ,cuse by Professors Campbell, Davis' Jean Paul Slusser and Ernest ll.dalion was racino of Miso-i
Goodrich, Hobbs, Hayden, Mor is, and Reneri.J Colloquium in Appfied Mechanics: Mr. Freyberg will give a talk on (Barnes respectively. A .nude, rnio" Msor.The White Torso," b
John R. Effnger his experience on the construction of the railway around Lake Baikel in: In the exhibition by Professor Sbra h etn ilb ediiro 4 Ws nr lg t8Sisr fteCleeo rh-Alexander Arcienko, is included
u~niversity Telejihore Directoery Cha~nges- It is planned to issue a p. m This~ meeting is open to the public. ecture, are water colors done on, ture byearhipetinkotrns~ ask
uplmntoteTlpoeLrcoy o h University of Michigain his recent trip to Europe, where he ,nild"Th Pst"ishwn
Telehon Sytemsoo aftr Mrch1st Th Buines Oficewil apre- The Glider Section meets tonight in Room 3483 of the West Engi- painted in Germany, Sicily, Italy,__________
ciate reports of any error, or ornissionis in the Directory. Please notify nering Building. All members are requested to be there promptly at and Austria. There are also in-
the telephone clerk in the Business office, iJriversity hal. 17:30. eluded several water-colors of AnnApaetyP r, gd
Shirley W. Smith __ Arbor scenes, and several still lifes Widow Hoards Fortune
Bryant }talker Schoa lrsh;iip in Zozilogpy: 'This scholarship is aailaP-s rictn t7:0p n n h aaazoRo f The ois 21 paintings by Ernest H. (By Asocated Press)
ble achyea fo stdy t aiapove bilugcalstaion Th stpen Women's Leagie. Bring dues. Crls interested in riding are invited,
bl ahya o td ta tjrvdbooia tto.Tesiedto cmTe. Barnes also a professor in the SEATTLE, Washington, February
is $75.00 and six to eight hours credt may be obtained at the Univer-______ architectural school, are oils, They 19--Although she lived alone in
sity for work done at such station. Aplication must be made to the 330pintdyThcatepcurI depict New England mountains, squalor in a small cottage here for
Secretary of the Zoology 'Department before March 1.j Sigma Delta Chi: Meeting at 3:vlley moutain stramsold;manyyearaMs.eFanceiJacson
1 Pee will be taken immediately afterwards, the exact time to be announcedvalles, mounan stresolquietn83yearold-idow Fnesea t-n
Okklbrg in meting. meen.Announcement of committees for grid banquet and otherhometeseehbtosaabd,' arysemot atis o
discussion.Okebr Thsean sretsexibtinsofmy b l' al taba atis't
The new Msber Jordan hlls1 bulletin is nlow being' distributed from I________seen daily from 1:30 to 5, and Sun- day was revealed as the possessor
the office of the Advisers of Women. This bulletin is descriptive of the d cays from 2 until 5 through Feb- of a fortune.
building and contains detailed floor plans of the student rooms. The The Beta Chapter of Iota Alpha will hold a meeting for the purpose rary 27. The widow, whose son, William
doritoy illbe eay fr o cpatcy t he eginig o th fll iof initiating new members in Room 3201 Past Engineering Building.
doritrywil e eaiyfo oeuane a te egnnngofth fllse The speaker for the evening will be Dean Herbert C. Sadler. Under the auspices of the Art ,T. Morley, 61, had her committed
mester in September. Center. of New York, a group of 61 to a saitarium last Saturday, had
,Inez V. IBozorih, Drcetor University Girls' Glee Club-Girls who did not receive their tickets sculptured works is being shown hoarded $90,000 in cash, bonds and
IfrainCcengFllshpadShlrhpAas:Teefor the card party Saturday, March 1, will please obtain them at the - sok naccei h aeor
InfrmaionConernngFelowsip nd chuarhipAwads:Thee candy booth in University Hall from 11:00 to 12:00 fronm Ada Alman Comprehensive English Examin- behind her kitchen stove, The
is on file in the Graduate School Office material concerning fellowshipI or from 1:00 to 3:00 from Wilena Kalmbach. tion: A make-up examination for woman, neighbors said, was obses-
and scholarship awards offered by other institutions, both American seniors who for any reason failed sed with the idea she needed to
and foreign. Students who wish to examine this material should call Jnos colo dcto:Pyyu ls ustdyi n-t perls alwl ehl a-sv en o h uue
atRo 04Agel Hall. C,.(Car} Huber, Dean v JniorSolofEuHto:aalyullasdustda n urdtaaymrnlast Fleiberelrysveevr2pnn2frth ftue
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School of EduEcat on---.Chaing t-sof setion: q~s: Changi es of sections or
of instructors should be rceportedl at the office of the School of Educai-
tion, Room 105 Tappan hall, as soon as they have been made.
E'siz cth B. C}.ark, Recorder
School of Education--Chan-(23 of Elections: Changes of elections
may be made today and tomorrow. February 20 and 21, in the office of I
the Recorder, Room 105 Tappan I-all.
Membership in a cla ss(does not ceatse nor does membership in a
class begin until all changes have been officially registered in the'
office of the Recorder of the School of Education. Arrangements made;
with the instructor only are not official changes.
After February 21, changes should still be made in Room 105 T~app~an
Ma~ll, but only after payment of a fee of one dollar.
Elizabeth B. Clark, Recorder

Elizabeth Crozer, Prnes.,, Helen Kerwin, Treas.
Class Instruction in Clogging will be given this semester for men
Cin Barbour Gymnasium on Tuesday and Thursday evenings at 7:30.
!registration fee is $3.00 For three weeks. First meeting is tonight. It
is important for those who wish to enroll to be present at the first
meeting.
Inlander Business Staff Tryouts: Second semester freshman or
sophomore wishing to try out for the Inlander Business Staff report
to Inlander office in Press Building between 3 and 4 o'clock today or
Friday.
rThe Michigan Dames C'ub will entertain at a bridge party at 8:00
o'clock in the second Lounge Room, Third floor of the League Building.
All members and their husbands are cordially invited to attend,
and all wives of students and their husbands will be welcome.
The Newcomers Section of the Faculty Women's Club meets at 2:30
p. in., in the Women's Athletic Building. An interesting and. varied
program will be given by talent from the Newcomers Section.

Roomx 2225 Angell Hall.
! C. D. Thorpe
English 294: Methods of Research
-Graduate students who have
elected this course please meet at'
2220 Angell Hall on Friday, Febru-
ary 21, at 3:00 p. m.
The Chamber Music Society of
Ann Arbor presents the New York
String Quartet in a concert at the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre on Fri-
day evening, February 21, at 83:15
p. i.
Michigan Union Executive Coun -
cil will meet at 4 p. mn. Friday in-j
stead of today as previously an-
nou nced.
Kenneth M. LloydJ

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Socio'ogy 162: Leave research project plans with Miss Mabbs in
106 Ec. before next Monday noon. Because of the undue size of the
class I would appreciate it if those who can take it next year would
drop the course. Robert C. Angell
Econorics 52: The following sections will meet in rooms as follows:
Section 3--TuTh at 9--Room 202 Ec:
Section 5-TuTh at 10-Room 301 Ec.
Section 7 -TuTh at 11--Room 202 Ec:.
Section 1Q.---WF at 1---Room 202 Ec.
11. L. Caverly
Classical Archaeology 128: The seating arrangement will be found
on lists posted in Room 2003 A. HI. To avoid confusion please locate your
seat before the, lecture hour.
EVENTS TODAY
University Lecture: Major General H. L. Gilchrist, Chief of the
Chemical Warfare Service, U. S. A.,: "Chemical Warfare in Connection
with our National Pefense,"> at 4:15 . rin., Natural Science Auditorium.

The Instrumental Division of the!
Music Section of the Faculty Wo-
jmen's Club rieets tonight at 8:15
p. in. with Mrs. M. P. saminger, at~
1502 (Geddes.
COMING' EVENTS
University Lecture: Miss Agnes.
Conway: "Recent Excavations in
Petra," Friday, February 21, at4:15
p~. in., Natural Science Auditorium.
Scnior Mlechaniical En-ineers: Mr.I
EW. G. Millen of the Carrier Engi-
neering Corporation of Newark,}
New Jersey, will be in Room 221
West Engineering Building on Fri- i
dlay, February 21, for the purpose
of interviewing seniors interested
i employment with this company.
H. C. Anderson

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