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IHE MICHIGAN DAIL I

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AlLY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
ume I THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1921. Number 79.

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Second Semester Elections:
Election blanks for the second semester, in the College of Literature, Sci-
ence, and the Arts, must be handed in next week: By freshmen throughout
the week as explained in a sheet of directions; by upperclassmen Wednesday
to Friday, Jan. 26 to 28. A supplementary announcement stating the few
changes and new courses is now in press. In order that these elections may
be final, students (above freshman rank) should NOW consult instructors
for information and advice. ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
Committee on Rooms:
The Committee on Rooms will hold office hours on Thursday and Friday
of this week from 3:30 to 4:30 o'clock, and next week daily from 3:30 to 4:30
o'clock for the purpose of assigning rooms to classes not provided for in the
Announcement of the Literary college or for making necessary changes in
assignments. L. C. KARPINSKI, Chairman,
Committee on Rooms.
To Members of the Faculty:F
The representative of the railroads has given me information concern-
ing rates and arrangements for the Atlantic City meeting of the N. E. A. I
shall be glad to impart it to anyone interested.
ARTHURG. HALL.
Changes in Address:
All changes in address should be promptly reported to the secretary
of the students' School or College, in order that various communications,
including the February grades, may be received without delay.
ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
Changes in Courses:
Course 2 in Education will not be given this year, in the second
semester.
Course 5, section 1, will be given at the hours announced, but by Pro-
fessor Jackson, instead of Professor Whipple.
ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
The Housing Committee for women will meet in Barbour gymnasium
Thursday, Jan. 20, at 2 o'clock. MYRA B. JORDAN.
Senior Students, Electrical Engineering:
Men interested in securing employment in June may secure of Miss
Spiegelberg, in my office, an interview blank of the General Electric com-
pany. "These blanks are not applications for employment and students
are under no obligations if they fill them out." These blanks must be filled
out and returned by 5 o'clock Thursday evening.
JOHN C. PARKER.
Class in International Relations:
There will be formed a class for the study of international relations,
room 302, University hall, on Friday evening at 7 o'clock. Members of the
men's and women's Cosmopolitan clubs are eligible to membership. At
that time the class will be organized and a time and place for meeting
arranged. J. A. C. HILDNER.
Men's Education Club:
There will be a special meeting of the Men's Education club Friday
evening, Jan. 21, 1921, in the 'reading room of the Michigan Union at 7
o'clock. Superintendent Charles L. Poor, principal of M. S. T. A., will ex-
plain the 1921 Educational Program for Michigan. All men interested in

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ORGANIZE CLASS TO STUDY
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS I 'ENSIAN NOTICES
Discussion and study of internation- This is the last week for sen-
- iTis isohe lastuwees for en-r
al problems of the day will be the iors to have pictures taken for
aim of a class in international rela- the Michiganensian. Arrange for
tions, which will be organized at 7 sittings immediately.
o'clock tomorrow night in room 302,
University hall. The class, which will Organizations that have not
be carried on under the auspices of returned their proofs to the
the Cosmopolitan club, will be in photograhper, are requested to
charge of Prof. J. A. C. Hildner, of do so immediately. Otherwise
the department of foreign languages. photographer will use own dis-
The class is open to any student in- cretion in selecting print for
terested in the work it will take up. Michiganensian.
The Cosmopolitan club is also plan- -
ning a series of lectures on interna- _
tional subjects. The dates for thes
firt to, hic wil pobaly e gv- Martha Washington Candies, fresh
first two, which will probably be giv- every Friday. 90c. Tice's Drug Store,
en before the end of this semester, e1r Frida.i Store,
will be announced later. 117_So._Main__St.-Adv.
The date for the annual Cosmopoli-
tan entertainment has been set for
March 17. A trip is being planned,
to be taken through Michigan manu-
facturing centers, during the spring CORDS OF
vacation.
Pi
Occupational Therapy Course Begun
Miss Hazel Baxter, of Detroit, has
begun the instruction of occupational f
therapy at the Homoeopathic hospital.
Miss Baxter studied this work at the
Red Cross headquarters in Detroit
and at Berea college in Kentucky.

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or to attend to some business
matter. Just phone us when
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and quicker than any other
way of traveling. Not ex-
pensive either. We shall be
glad to send you our card of
rates.
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are being served at Tice's Fountain ulation; room 302, Michigtn Union,
117 S. Main St.-Adv. Thursday, 4 P. M.-Adv.

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J. B. EDMONSON.

WIIA'S GOING ON

THURSDAY
12:15-Barrister luncheon at Union.
4:15--Hermann Hoexter, music critic,
of Detroit Times, gives an illustrated
lecture in Pattengill auditorium.
6:00-Regular Conopus club meeting
at the Union. Prof. F. N. Scott will
speak.
6:30-Lecture on "Science and Bible
Miracles" in Upper Room, Lane hall.
6:30--Technic staff banquet at Union.
7:15-Varsity Mandolin club rehearsal
in assembly hall, Union.
7:30-Phi Sigma meets in room Z 231,
Natural Science building.
7:30-Alpha Kappa Psi meets at Un-
ion:
7:30-"Freudalism:. A Critique of Psy-!
cho-analysis," title of a lecture to
be given by Prof. Carl D. Camp, of
the Medical school, in Natural Sci-
ence auditorium
7:30-Meeting of PI Delta Epsilon at
Union.
1:30-Iron County club meets at Lane
hall.
8:00-Relief Spotlight in Hill auditor-
ium.
8:00-Christian Science society meets
in auditorium of Lane hall.
8:00-Workshop company meets in
Workshop.

8:00-Debate, Northwestern vs. Mich-
igan, in Hill auditorium.
8:00-Cercle Francais presents play
by Labiche, "Un Monsieur qui prend
La Mouche," in Sarah Caswell Angell
hall.
8:30-Polonia Literary circle meets in
Lane hall auditorium.
U-NOTICES
The president, or his representative, of
the following organizations is urg-
ently requested to be in room 306,
Union, at 7:30 Thursday evening:
Bayonne club, Craftsmen, Chinese
club, Commercial club, Cabinet club,
Forestry club, Men's Educational
club, Griffins, Mt. Clemens club, New
Art club, New England club, Quart-
erdeck, Rochester club, Round Up
club, Sphinx, Scalp and Blade, Sag-
inaw club, South African club, Tri-,
angles, Vulcans, Web and Flange,
Druids, Newark club. 'By authority
of the Student council.
Tryouts for the Union opera should
see Mr. Shuter in room 308 of the
Union, from 10:30 to 12 or from
2:30 to 4:30 o'clock any week day,
except Saturday.
The meeting of the Mu Alpha society
will be held Thursday hi room 319,
at the Union.
The Boxing club picture for the Mich-
iganensian will be taken at Water-
man gymnasium at 2 o'clock Satur-
day afternoon, Jan. 22. Members
and associate members are request-
ed to be present.
SIX CONTESTS PLAYED
IN BASKETBALL TOURNEY
(Continued from Page Three)
Alpha vs. Sigma Chi, 'Beta Theta Phi
vs. Phi Chi, Jerome's engineers vs.
graduate engineers; 9:15 o'clock,
Upstaters vs. Kalamazoo, Foreste's
vs. Craftsmen, New England club vs.
Youngston club, Straight its vs. Mar-
tin's pre-laws.
Nagdeman Beats Beale at Billiards
Nagdeman beat Beale 23 to 13 in a
three cushion billiard match at, the
Union yesterday afternoon. The game
was part of the tournament which is
now being run off.
For results advertise in The Mich
igan Daily,-Adv.

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4:15-Dr. L. H. Cone, of the National
Aniline and Chemical company, ad-
dresses the local chapter of the Am-
ericanhChemical society, in room
165, Chemistry building.
6:30-Dinner in honor of Dr. Crane at
Union.
7:30-Varsity basketball game in Wat-
erman gymnasium, Iowa vs. Mich-
igan.
7:30-Polonia Literary eircle meets at
Lane hall.
7:30-Methodist students skating party
and oyster supper. Meet at church.
7:80-Alpha Nu meets in University
hall, fourth floor, to attend Varsity
debate in body.
8 :00--Dr. David Fink speaks on "Prin-
cipals of Socialism and Organic So-
ciology," before Intercollegiate So-
cialistic society in room P 162, Na-
tural Science building.
8:00--Party at Baptist guild.

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