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THE MICHIGAN DAIL'

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West Lecture Room, Physics Building
Mr. May's Sections.
Mr. Ross' Section.
Mr. Taggart's Section.
F. M, TAYLOR.

JAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1921.

Number 93,1

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otice to Members of the University:
The last issue of The Michigan Daily for this semester will appear on
unday, Feb. 6. Publication will not be resumed until Feb. 23. Conse-
uently the Daily Official Bulletin will not be printed during that period.
mportant notices, however, may be handed 'in at my office and special
ulletins will be posted as occasion requires on the bulletin boards in the
pace reserved for the Daily Official Bulletin. Faculty members should
'atch that space for official information.
0. L. BUHR,
Assistant to the President.
iterary College, Second Semester:
Immediate provision, should be made for all classes not listed in the
iterary College Announcement. All reservations of rooms not made in
he Announcement must be made through this office. It is highly desir-
ble that the enrollment cards now distributed, be examined and that pro-
ision for larger rooms, where necessary, be made immediately.
Office hour: Monday and Tuesday 3-4 p. m.
L. C. KARPINSKI,
Chairman Committee on Rooms.
Uttendance Committee:
In the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts the last meeting of
he Attendance Committee for men for this semester will be held Monday,
'eb. 7, at 3:15 p. m.
ARTHUR G. HALL,+ Registrar.
'edera'l Board Vocational Education:
The following notice has been received from the District Vocational
9fficer. Doubtless it refers to Section Two men only.
"All Federal Board Trainers are subject to the Income Tax
Law and should file their claim before the first of March if possi-
ble." Signed: CHAS. W. SYLVESTER.
F. B. WAHR, Counselor.
olleges of Engineering and Architecture:
Students graduating at the end of the first semester should pay the di-
loma fee of ten dollars before Feb. 18.

WHAT'S GOING ON

9:00-Highway
Union.

conference

banquet,

U-NOTICES
The Newark club meets in room 304,

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SATURDAY Union, immediately after tue basket-
11:00-Sophomore engineers meet in ball game tonight.
room 348, Engineering building. The initial baseball practice of the
6:30-Mihigan informal hockey team Michigan team will be held at Wat-
meets the Varsity News, Coliseum. erman gymnasium on Feb. 15.
7:00-Upper Room Bible lass meets All members of the Scroll who wish
in upper room, Lane hall tickets for the winter term party
7:20-Members of Varsity band meet should communicate witbJ . A.
in Waterman gymnasium to play for- Starr, 2663-, before Feb. 21.
M. A. C. game. Full uniform. Tick- Members of- the Richard N. Hall post
ets not necessary. of the Veterans of Foreign Wars
7:30-Ann Arbor Radio association i may obtain tickets for the post
meets in room 248, Engineering dance to be given Saturday evening,
building. Feb. 26, from Ben Burbridge, 802
7:30-Varsity basketball game, iMich- 1Monroe street any time this week.
igan vs. M. A. C., Waterman gymnas-
ium. INTERCLASS BASKETBALL TO
7:30-Craftsmen club meets, Masonic COMMENCE FEBRUARY 21
temple.
(Continued from Page Three)
SUNDAY A new system will be tried in this
9:30-University Men's Bible class tournament. By this method the
meets in the upper room, Lane hall weaker teams will have a chance to
4:30-Student volunteers meet, Lane stay in the fight longer than usual.
hall. A separate league will be formed
6:00-Social half hour at the Meth- composed of the homoeop, forester,

R.O.T.C. TARGETS
SHOW GOOD SHOTS
Scoring 74 points out of a possible
75, R. S. Moore, '22E, established the
record in the R. O. T. C. rifle contestL
that is being held at the Armory.
Moore is high man in this week's
shooting. L. R. Gillis, '22E, is second
with a score of 67. The next six high
men, with their scores are as fol-
lows: M. K. Jessup, '23E, 65; L. B.
Stokesberry, '24, 65; O. H. Richen-
brode, '24, 64; J. R. Polhanus, '24E,
64; R. A. Granger, '24E, 64; and S.
Standish, '23, 64.
Major Willis Shippam, who is in
charge of the contest, said that all
members of the R. O. T. C. have not
as yet shot. Every member is re-
.quired to shoot and it is hoped that
those who have not will soon do so.
Football Rules Body to Meet in N. V.
New York, Feb. 4. - The annual
meeting of the intercollegiate football
rules committee probably will be held'
in this city Saturday, March 5, ac-
cording to tentative arrangements an-
nounced here today. Acceptance of
all of the members of the committee
is expected and several proposed
changes or amendments to the play-
ing rules will be discussed.
Band Will Play at Game Tonight
Music by the Varsity band at the
M. A. C. game tonight will do its part
in helping the team continue the spurt
made in the last four Conference
games. The members will meet at
7:20 o'clock tonight in Waterman gym-
nasium in full uniform and will be
admitted without tickets.
Learn Shorthand and Typewriting
next semester. Hamilton Business
College. State and William Sts.-Adv.

OVER THE WIRE
Chicago, Feb. 4. - Wholesale prices
of meats in the large consuming cen
ters have dropped 15 to 40 per cent
since last September and retail prices
have declined from 11 to 40 per
cent, according to statements issued
tonight by the institute of American
meat packers and by the. United Mas-
ter Butchers of America.
"Fifty cents now'will purchase meat
which cost ,$1 five months ago," said
the retailers' statement.
Denizia, Calif., Feb. 4.- Brigadier
Gen. Thomas McGregor, retired, vet-
eran of a dozen Indian campaigns, the
Civil and Spanish wars and the Box-
er rebellion in China, died here at the
age of 84. His funeral will be held
this week at the Presidio, San Fran-
cisco.
Melbourne, Australia, Feb. 4.-Aus-
tralia has cabled a challenge to the
United Mtates for a match for the
Davis cup, the International Lawn
Tennis trophy, recently won by an
American team.
Chicago, Feb. 4.-- The Western
Open Golf championship meet was
awarded to the Oakwood club of Cleve-
land for August 24, 25 and 26.
SPECIAL 90c Chicken Dinner, Sun-
day, 12 to 2 p. m., Chinese Gardens.-
Adv.
Come to Teet's Dining Rooms, 805
E. Huron St. for your Sunday Night
Lunches.-Adv.
Use the advertising columns of The
Michigan Daily to reach the best of
. Ann Arbor's buyers.-4dv.

LOUIS H. HOPKINS.

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Allege of Engineering:
All students ihust finish Classification for Second Semester, Fridhy and
turday,- Feb. 18, 19.
Washington's Birthday, Feb. 22, Vacation for one day only. For ab,
nces before and after this date, doctor's certificates are required. In-
ructors will report all absences Feb. 21 and 23.
Students must be present to begin semester on Monday, 'Feb. 21.
W. H. BUTTS, Assistant Dean.
athematical Club:
Regular meeting will be held in room 401 Mason hall, on Tuesday,
b. 8, at 8 p. m. Prof. W. F. Colby will present a paper, "Relativity Kine-
atics" "W. W. DENTON, Secretary.
Students Taking honor Examinations:
Each student is expected to sign a pledge stating that he has neither
ren nor receivedAlfi during the examination. Furthermore, each stu-
nt is bound to report any violations of honor which he may see to one
the undersigned members of the senior honor committee. He is per-
itted to warn the offender once orally before the whole class, without
cessarily mentioning any names, before turning in a report.
R. C. Angell, Chairman Harcourt Johnstone Lois DeVries
. Stewart Baxter. Robert Kneebone Alice Hinkson
Lawrence C. Butler Donald Porter Bernice Nickels
leorge Duffield
ietorie Course 1:
Examinations in -Course 1 in Rhetoric will be held Thursday, Feb. 10,
om 2 to 5 p. m., according to the following schedule:
Room B, Law Building
Mr. Bouchard
Mr. Hall
Mr. Schmiedeskamp
West Lecture Room, Physics Building '
Mr. Adams
Mr. Conkey

odist chinch followed by Wesleyan
guild meeting.
7:30-Rev. V. H. Shahbaz, of Persia,
will lecture on "Held Captive by the
Turks," at the Baptist church.
FEBRUARY 7
4:30-Twilight lecital, Hill auditorium.
FEBRUARY 8
4 :30-Twilight recital, Hill auditorium.
8:00 - Sascha Jacobinoff, violinist,
plays, Pattengill auditorium.
FEBRUARY 9
7 :30-Meeting of the University post
of the American Legion, Union.
FEBRUARY 10
4:30-Twilight recital, Hill auditorium.
FEBRUARY 11
4:30-Twilight recital, Hill auditorium.
FEBRUARY 14
4:30-Twilight recital, Hill auditorium.
FEBRUARY 1)
4:30-Twilight recital, Hill auditorium.
FEBRUARY 16
9:00-Colonial ball by the Sarah Cas.
well Angell chapter of the D. A. R.,
Union.
FEBRUARY 18
8:00-Emmeline Pankhurst lectures
on "The Woman Voter vs. Bolshe-
vism, Hill auditorium.
FEBRUARY 21
8:00-Concert by the Detroit Sym-
phony orchestra, Hill auditorium.
9:00-Craftsmen club dance, Barbour
gymnasium.

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architect, graduate, and- pharmic
teams, and the winner of this league
will probably play with the winners
of the other tournament. Awards to
the winners will be ' composed of
sweaters and class numerals to first
and second places. If the classes wish
to defray expenses sweaters will be
given to third and fourth places
also.

Blue Books.

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of All

Sizes

and Kinds at

FEBRUARY 22
2:00--Girls' Glee club dance,.

Armory.

Lecture Room, Memorial Hall
Mr. Crocker
Mr. Everett-

Room 205, Mason Hall
Mr. Kuhn.
Mr. Lasher

Room 1019, Economics Building
Mr. Mitchell
Mr. Quinnell

Room°202, Tappan Hall
Mr. Schenck
Mr. Walter

Auditorium, Natural Science Building
Mr. Abbot
Mr. Wicker
Mr. Wier

FEBRUARY 23
10:00-Morning session of Midwestern
highway conference, University hall.
2:00-Afternoon session of Midwest.
e'n highway conference, University
hall.
Teet's Dining Rooms for dinner
parties. 805 E. Huron St.-Adv.
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ing. If your home isn't prop-
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us up on th phone and let us
figure out with you just what's
needed. Our prices are correct.
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the FINAL EXAMINATION, Tuesday, Feb. 8, 1921, 2 to 5, the Sections
in ECONOMICS I Are Assigned as Follows:
Room B, Law Building
Mr. Benner's Sections.
Mr. Clark's Sections.
Mr. Ellis's Sections.
Mr. Chamberlin's Sections.
Mr. Adams' Section. t

Room 101, Economics-Building
Mr. Seltzer's Sections.
Mr. Nutter's Sections.
Natural Science Auditorium
Mr. Walker's Section.
Mr. Thorp's Sections.
Mr.' Berger's Sections.

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Lecture Room, 2nd Floor, Memorial Hall
Mr. Fleck's Sections.,
Mr. Hanselman's Sections.
Mr. Cahow's Sections.

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320 NORTH MAIN STREET

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