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him I WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1921. Number 84.
WilAPS GOING ON
10:00- '21E class meeting in
348, Engineering building.
7:1&--Ticket takers for the Oratorical
association should report at Hill au-
ditorium for Stephen S. Wise lec-
7:15-Student council meets In room
7:15-Meeting of Glee club, Union.
7:30-Forestry club meets In room
F 214, Natural Science building.
S:00-Stephen S. Wise lectures in
9:00-Colonial ball by the Sarah Cas-
well Angell chapter of the Daught-
ers of the American Revolution, as-
sembly hail, Union.
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,
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Seniors who failed to reti
or fill out senior record blal
at time of having picture tal
for Michiganensian must call
the photographer's where I
ture was taken and fill out sa
To the Deans:
There will not be a meeting of the Deans Committee this morning,
Jan. 26. M. L. BURTON.
"Elements of Political Economy, II. Current Problems" will be given
the second semester, 1920-1921, by Prof. David Friday. Three hours
credit. This course is open to students who have had Economics 1, la,
or 1E. DAVID FRIDAY.
Ann Arbor Art Association:
The annaul meeting of the Ann Arbor Art association will be held Wed-
nesday evening at 7:45 o'clock in Memorial hall. After the annual meet-
ing Mr. George Swain will give a lecture on "Palestine from a Motor Car."
L. A. BOYNTON.
The January Assembly will be held in Room 348 Engineering building,
a'8 a. m. on Friday, the 28th. Prof. A. E. Wood, of the Sociology Depart-
ment, will be the speaker. A. H. LOVELL,
Labor Problems Economics 3:
Due to Mr. Robertson's inability to come to Ann Arbor, the blue book
will be given on Monday as originally planned. The Thursday section will
meet at 11 o'clock as usual. ISADOR LUBIN.
History Sa, the Roman Republic, will be given next semester in place
of History &b, as announced, at the hours stated in the Announcement.
ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
Those who want to see the Valley Forge Memorial Chapel stained glass
windows should visit the Engineering Library before Saturday of this
week, on which day it will be necessary to take the windows down to be
shipped to New York for exhibition. VIVIAN BAKER,
Wednesday afternoon will be the last opportunity for applicants to eaf-
roll as charter members. The Treasurer will be in University Hall from
1 to 5 o'clock. Members will please present their cards and get their tick-
ets at this time. ROBERT B. RITTER,
Treasurer Players' Club.
To the Members of the University:
Until further notice, the President of the University and Mrs. Burton
will not be "At Home"on tneir regular days.
To the Members of the Medical Faculty:
After conference with Dean Vaughan and with his concurrence, I de-
sire hereby to call a meeting of the Administrative Faculty of the Medi-
cal School to be held on Wednesday, Jan. 26, at 4 p. m., in the Faculty
room of the Medical building. A full attendance is very desirable.
M. L. BURTON, President.
To the Students:
As you plan your courses of study for the second semester. It will be
wise to keep in mind the very unusual advantage which the University
offers to you through its Summer Session. If you consider these possibil-
ities now and plan ahead for the summer it may solve some of your most
difficult problems. Under normal conditions you can earn eight hours
credit during the summer. The Ficulty is composed almost entirely -of
regular members of our staff. The program of studies offered is more ex-
tensive this year than ever before. You can secure the abridged announce-
ment in the Registrar's office. Regular students of the University attend
the Summer Session in large numbers. It will be to your advantage to
give serious consideration to the opportunities offered here during the
summer. M. L. BURTON, President.
The next meeting of the Regents will be held in the Regents' room in
the Law building, Feb. 4, at 9:30 a. m. All communications for that meet-
ing should be in the President's office not later than Thursday, Jan. 27.
SHIRLEY W. SMITH, Secretary.
To Students in Mechanical Engineering 3:
The lecture on Wednesday, Jan. 26, will not be given, on account of
conflict with assembly of senior engineers in room 348.
University women are expected to attend only those dances which are
given by University organizations, or which are authorized by, and under
the supervision of, the University.
MYRA B. JORDAN.
Will have their next assembly on .Wednesday, Jan. 26, at 10 o'clock
in room 348. Professor Hobbs will address the class.
H. H. HIGBIE, Class Mentor.
Seminary in General Linguistics:
Course 2 in General Linguistics will be conducted the coming semester
as a seminary. The subjects will be: (a) the historical development of
conceptions as to the nature of language, (b) methods employed in the
Investigation of language, (c) modern methods of. language instruction.
Undergraduate students will be admitted by special permission. First meet-
ing to arrange hours on ° Friday, Feb. 25, at 4 o'clock in room 107 M. H.
C. L. MEADER.
Second Semester Elections:
Election blanks for the second semester, in the College of Literature. Sci-
ence, and the Arts, must be handed in this week: By freshmen throughout
the week as explained in a sheet of directions; by upperclassmen Wednesday
to Friday, Jan. 26 to 28. Freshmen do not need to consult the Dean or the
Registrar personally. See the Committees. In order that these elections
may be final, students (above freshman rank) should NOW consult, in-
structors for information and advice.
It is highly desirable that the advisability of attending the Summer
Session be given serious consideration. Announcements of the Summer
Session may be obtained in the Registrar's office, so that a proper sequence
of courses may be arranged at this time.
4:00-Special meeting of the Student
volunteers with Miss Ruth Roche,
traveling secretary, Lane hall.
4:15-Public recital by advanved stu-
dents of the University School of
Music, School of Music hall.
4:30-Prof. W. A. Frager talks on
"Europe Since the Armistice," before
the meeting of the Y. W. C. A.
forum group at Newberry hall.
4:30-Meeting of the entire business
staff and tryouts of the Gargoyle
at the Press building.
5:00-Meeting of the entire editorial'
staff of the Michiganensian,- Press
7:00-Varsity band practice, Univer-
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