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flAILY flFFICIAL BULLTIN

GRIFFIN ANNOUNCES REAL ESTATE MEETING

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Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members The fifth annual conference of After the luncheon, there will be Regent Perry Shorts will talk on' meeting will be held. J. G. Lloyd
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi- the Michigan Real Estate Associa- a session for discussion, at which "New Competition," while Dean j Alexander, of Grand Rapids, vice-
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday) tion will be held in Ann Arbor at Hugo J. Hesse, treasurer of the as- Griffin will discuss "Education for president of the assooiation, will
VOLXI. SATJRDAY, FEBRUARY 22, the Michigan Union March 6-7, it sociation, will preside. Professor Business." preside, and three addresses and
was announced yesterday by Dean discussions will be given. Gerald
-- -- C. E. Griffin, of the school of busi- Roy R. Ray, of the Southern Meth- Friday morning another session Healy, of Flint, will talk on "In-
NOTICES ness administration. ie also an- odist university at Dallas, Texas, wl be held under te ledership1 vestments, Sound and Speculative,"
To All Freshmen: Judging from articles recently appearing in The nounced tae program for the con- will give an address on "The Con- of M. L Niehuss, instructor in Real Guy W. Ellis of Detroit on "Crea-
Daily, the writers are unfamiliar with the eligibility rules governing the entiono demnation of Real Estate for Pub- Estate Lous Brownow, of the tive SellR-g, and F. B. MKiddin
participation of freshmen in extra-curricular activities. In order to Theconvea nont, whicheopens ,City Housing Corporation of Rad- ofLansing on ''The Mechanics of
p oi Purposes," and will conduct the br.N . iltl n"h elCohn. l h pacr r
clear up this misunderstanding, the regulation in question is quoted in Ilurdaiy noon with a luncheon, is discussion on that subject. Pro- brn N. J will talk on "The RealClothing.n rAll the speakers are
full, as follows: held in cooperation with the school. . - Estate Developer and the Automo prommnent real estate nmen in the
"No student shall take part in any public activity during his first f business administration. Prof. fessor Ernest M. Fisher will give an bile Age," and Louis Palmer, the state.
y "o rsudent shll tae Uparty, exneaby spacivity dringssi ft Ernest M. Fiher, professor of real address on "Observi1 on Real president, will talk on "What the- _
year of residence in the University, except by special perissiorr of the ,state in the business administra- Estate in European Capitals" and University of Michigan is Doing for UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO -
auCmsp permittee on StudentwA~ir. D g g teir fstsdestr ofe rank efcion school, will be the presiding also lead a discussion group. Pro- the Real Estate Vocation-An Ap- The coeds here are preparing ,for
.ich special permission will not be granted to students with the rank of1 oficer. President Alexander G. fessor Fisher spent last summer in praisal." their annual musical revue, en-
freshman, but may be granted to oher first-year students, providedl- ?uthven will welcome the dele- Europe investigating real estate Friday noon there will be a titled "Yours to Date,"'which will
their work in the institutionfrmiom which they came meets the require lte, and Louis G. Palmer, presi- conditions. luncheon, after which the final be presented Feb. 28 and March 1.
ments of the Eligibility Cnmittee. Special permission may also be lent of the association, will re- The dinner Thursday evenin
granted t freshmen during their r1mcond secner of residence provided ispondl. Then Dr. Louis Webber, will be attended by Leonard P
they have completed one full semester's work (fifteen hours or more) the secretary of the organization, Reaume, the president of the Na- !
with at least one mark of Ai or B and ith marks of rot less than will give a talk on "The Work of tional Association of Real Estate
C in the balance of their work." the Conference," in which he will Boards; who will give an address.
J. A. Bu'sley, Dean of Students outline the schedule of the confer- Louis G. Palmer, president of the
-ence. . state association, will preside, and
Organ Recita: Palmer Christian, University organist, will give the.-
following program in Hill Auditorium, Wednesday, February 26. The invited. Arrangements are made for examination of strangers. Final
general public is invited to attend. Bach: Prelude and Fugue in A arrangements will be announced regarding Battle Creek-Kalamazoo E
minor; Bossi: Idylle; Guilmant: Pastorale, Finale, Sonata 1; Matthews: (trip of next week.
Caprice; Karg-Elert: Symphonic Choral on "Ach, bleib mit deiner--
gnade"; de Falla: Pantomime (from "El Amor Brujo"); Saint-Saens: The Ann Arbor Stamp Club will meet at 8 o'clock tonight'in room
Prelude; Elgar: Allegro (Sonata in G). 408 of the Romance Languages building. Prof. Howard B. Lewis will

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Charles A. Sink exhibit and lecture on his collection of charity stamps. There will hot
be an auction. Visitors and collectors are cordially invited.
German I, Section II (new section), will be held on Monday; Tues- COMING EVENTS
day, Thursday, and Friday, at 1:00 p. m. in 305, South Wing. Drawing 12: Will meet every Thursday from 2 to 5, Room 443 West
J. W. Eaton #! Engineering Building. A..L. Clark
Forestry: Mr. J. B. Taylor, Supervisor of the Deerlodge National
Geography 2, See. 10: The assignment for Monday is pages 399 to a
408. Hnry . Kendall oForest, will be in Ann Arbor during the early part of next week. He is
scheduled to speak as follows:
Monday, February 24, 9 a. m., Room 2039 Natural Science Building.
Mathematics 51: Th'e eight o'clock section of Mathematics 51 con- Monday, February 24, 7:30 p. m., Room 2039 Natural Science Building.
ducted by Professor Carver will meet in room 1042 East Engineering Tuesday, February 25, 11 a. m., Room 2039 Natural Science Building.
Building. James W. Glover Wednesday, February 26, 11 a. m., Room 2039 Natural Science Building.
All interested in forestry are welcome. Students in pre-forestry
IHygiene 101: Tue seating list for lectures in Hygiene will be posted Mcourses are eprwilly urged toavailablefo present cesMondayt any evening.
on both entrances t Natural Science Auditorium. Roll be taken be foundn Tyoom 2, aral r Scinerng ytime, and can
on othentancs t Naura Scenc Auitoium Rol Fillbe ake lbe* found in Room 2046, Natural Science Building.
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b gnning Wonlay, P -oruary ~.
Dr. lsaminnger
Engineer Seniors: Westinghouse Elec. & Mfg. Co. is being represent-
ed here by Mr. A. K. Baker, '29E, who, as advance man, will be here
to give information to those interested in employment with the com-I
pany, until the end of next week. Mr. A. M. Dudley and others will
recruit here February 27 and 28.
Mr. Baker may be found in Room 271 West Engineering Bldg., or}
appointments may be made by calling 443. Mr. Baker will schedule
interview appointments with Mr. Dudley. A. D. Moore

Junior Year Abroad: All students in French interested in the Jun-
ior Year Abroad Plan should see me at once.
Rene Talamon
Notiec: On and after today, all stray dogs found on the Univer-
sity Campus will be picked up by this department. They will be cared
for by Dr. B. E. Miller, veterinary surgeon, 1308 Broadway, to whom
application for release can be made.
E. C. Pardon, Supt., Buildings & Grounds Dept.
EVENTS TODAY
Exhibits are being held in the Galleries of Alumni Memorial Hall
as follows:
Oil Paintings by Allied Artists of America
Oil Paintings by Ernest H. Barnes
Oils and Watercolors by Jean Paul Slusser
An exhibit of Contemporary American Sculpture is on view in, the
School of Architecture.
Varsity Band: Formation at the Coliseum (Cor. So. Fifth and
Tul nt 1rf~ tlp Mnn~fif~-Michivan hoekey game. Uniforms and

R. Craig, Jr.
Physical Education for Women: There will be a practical and writ-
ten examination covering the work on posture given Monday and Tues-
day, February 24 and 25, in all Fundamentals classes. Come in costume
and bring materials for writing.
Women's Educational Club will meet Monday, Feb. 24, at 4:00 in the
Women's Athletic Bldg. A very interesting program will be given. All
girls interested in Education are cordially invited. Dues are now pay-
able.
Geological Journal Club: There will be a meeting in Room 4065
N. S. Wednesday evening, Feb. 26, at 8 o'clock. Prof. Case will present
"Discussion of the Shinarump Conglomerate."
Seniors, School of Education: Meeting of class officers and all group
and committee chairmen Monday, February 24, at 4:00 p. m., room 4017
University High School.
A. i. E. E.: Professor E. B. Stason will speak at a meeting of the
Ann Arbor section Monday evening, February 24, at 7:30 p. m. in room
248 West Engineering Building. His subject will be "Audions and Cork,"
and all are invited.

Pleasant Days
Mvake You Think
of Spring Duds
Well its time to get
busy looking them over.
The New Woolens are
in and also Hats. They
are here too in the Dobbs
at $8.50 and the Berg at
$5.00.
Tinker & Company
South State St. at William Street

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J-Hop Committee Meeting at the Michigan Union on Sunday, Feb.
23, at 2:30 p. m.
Students of the Reformed Churches: Rev. W. Stuart, associate
Pastor of the Lagrave Ave. Church in Grand Rapids, will address uni-
versity students in Lane Hall, Sunday, Feb. 23, at 10:30 a. m., and 4 p. m.
All are welcome.

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coats. Alpha Nu: There will be an important business meeting of Alpha
Morris Hall will be open from 7 to 7:10 and a short time following Nu Tuesday evening at 7:45. Com- _ -_
ame.mittees will be announced and
Special rehearsal at Morris Hall Friday afternoon at 5 p. m. dlso .the coming year will be TYPEWITER
Wonalslpha____ph_,G__-.m All makes of ma-
xtional Alpha Apha Gamma -- -------- chines. Our equip-
Exhibit open daily, Michigan ~'~ ment and. person-
ue Theatre bobby, second floor. nel are considered
umber of water colors, pencil among the best in the State. The
ches, pen and ink drawings, and result of twenty years' careful
;n plates submitted by womenlbuilding.
ents from the University of 0. g Q D. MORRI,,
fornia, University of Southern 14 South State St. Phone 6615
'ornia, Vriversity of Illinois,_3_4_Phone_6615
the University of Michigan are
isplay, "*;QF F
imprehensive English Examina-JI,
A make-up examination forBy George Kelly Washi
)swofrayrao alpear last fall will be held thisf

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THEATRE
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Matinee at 2:30

orning, Room 2225 Angell Hall.
C. D. Thorpe I
Children's Rhythm Classes: Chil-
'en's rhythm classes will not meet
day.
Theta Sigma Phi meets at the
ichigan League Building at 10 a.'
Inlander Business Staff Tryouts:
ny freshman or sophomore wish-
g to tryout for the Inlander busi-
ss staff report this morning to!
lander office in Press Building
tween 9 and 11.
Craftsnen will confer the third
gree on a Senior Medical Stu-
nt at 7:30 at the Masonic Tem- 4
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Theatre
FRIDAY - SATURDAY
NIGHTS
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HE knew men, and knew
economics. And never
did he make a wiser move
than when he appointed
Alexander Hamilton Secre-
tary of the Treasury. Hamil-
ton was the founder of our
national banking system, the
redeemer of our currency;
the man whose foresight has
made our country the richest
as well as the greatest in the
world's history. Yes, George
Washington knew men.

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Washington's man Hamilton did for your country's?
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