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Volume I


Number 94.1

To All Students:
Students who have been given permission by the University Housing
Bureau to move at the end of the first semester, are responsible for their
rooms up to Feb. 21. They must pay the rent on these rooms until that
date, unless the rooms are re-rented and the new occupants take posses-
sion prior to that time.
Save for those exceptional cases where releases may be given later
by the Committee, students who have not already been given permission to
leave at the end of the semester must keep their present rooms until
the end of the college year. I
The Housing Committee will not meet again until after the examination
period, but any questions relative to rooms may be taken up with Professor
J. A. Bursley, Director of the Housing Bureau, at his office, Room 239 New
Engineering building, telephone University 82.
Lists of rooms available for next semester may be found at the Michi-
gan Union and at Professor Bursley's office.
To the Members of the History Faculty:
Will all members please announce to their classes as they meet them
for examination next week the lecture to be given by Professor J. Franklin
Jameson on "American Blood in 1775," in the Auditorium of the Natural
Science building on Wednesday, Feb. 23? Since college opens the 21, and
Washington's Birthday, Feb. 22, is a holiday, there will be little opportunity
to announcesthis very important lecture in the opening classes of the
second semester. C. H. VAN TYNE,
Professor of History.
College of Architecture:
The classification for the second semester must be completed on Sat-
urday, Feb. 19. Classes begin on Monday, Feb. 21.
Professor of Architecture.
Lecture - Medical Jurisprudence:
Mr. Clarence A. Lightner will conclude his course of lectures on Medi-
cal Jurisprudence, for the present year, on Monday, Feb. 7, at 3:45 in Room
D in the Law building.
2-4-1921. HENRY M. BATES, Dean.
Zoology 1, Second Semester:
Students electing Zoology 1 for the second semester should meet their
quiz sections and laboratory sections on the first 'days for which they are
scheduled. They must not wait for the first-lecture period since, owing to
Washington's Birthday, no meeting of the lecture section will occur until
the second week. A. F. SHULL.
Literary College, Second Semester:
Immediate provision should be made for all classes not listed in the
Literary College Announcement. All reservations of rooms not made in
the Announcement must be made through this office. It is highly desir-
able that the enrollment cards now distributed, be examined and that pro-
vision for larger rooms, where necessary, be made immediately.
Office hour: Monday and Tuesday 3-4 p. m.
Chairman Committee on Rooms.
Attendance Committee:
In the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts the last meeting of
the Attendance Committee for men for this semester will be held Monday,
Feb. 7, at 3:15 p. m.
ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
College of Engineering:
All students must finish Classification for Second Semester, Friday and
Saturday, Feb. 18, 19.
Washington's Birthday, Feb. 22, Vacation for one day only. For ab-
sences before and after this date, doctor's certificates are required. In-
,trictors will report all absences Feb. 21 and 23.
Students must be present to begin semester on Monday, Feb. 21.
W. H. BUTTS, Assistant Dean..
Mathematical Club:
Regular meeting will be held in room 401 Mason hall, on Tuesday,
Feb. 8, at 8 p. m. Prof. W. F. Colby will present a paper, "Relativity Kine-
matics." W. W. DENTON, Secretary.
To Students Taking Honor Examinations:
Each student is expected to sign a pledge stating that he has neither
given nor received aid during the examination. Furthermore, each stu-
dent is bound to report any violations of honor which he may see to one.
of the undersigned members of the senior honor committee. He is per-
mitted to warn the offender once orally before the whole class, without
necessarily mentioning any names, before turning in a report.
R. C. Angell, Chairman Harcourt Johnstone Lois DeVries
C. Stewart Baxter. Robert Kneebone Alice Hinkson
Lawrence C. Butler Donald Porter Bernice Nickels
George Duffield
Rhetoric Course 1:
Examinations in Course 1 in Rhetoric will be held Thursday, Feb. 10,
from 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
Lecture Room, Memorial Hall
Mr. Crocker
Mr. Everett
Room 205, Mason Hall
Mr. Kuhn
Mr. Lasher

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9:00-Colonial ball by the Sarah Cas- ed in 1885 for students at the Univer-.
well Angell chapter of the D. A. R., sity of Michigan.
Union. t The names and dates of the preach-
ers are as follows: Feb. 13--Rev. Ed-
ward S. Travers, D.D., Pittsburgh;:
8:00-Emnmellme Pankiurst lectures ;Feb. 20- -Rt. Rev. William i. eming-,
on "The Woman Voter vs. Bolshe- ton, D.., Suffragan lishoo of South
vism, Hill auditorium. Dakota; Feb. 27- -Rev. John _; 1.Groton,
7:45-Gospel meeting, Lane hall. Jenkintown, Pa.; flar. 6---IRv.. :itlo I.
Gates, New York City; M .a-'t.
Rev. Charles D. Williams, D.D., LL.D..
FEBRUARY 21 - Bishop of Michigan; Mar. 20---Rev.
8:00-Concert by the Detroit Sym- Percy L. Urban, Philadelphia.
phony orchestra, Hill auditorium. On Ash Wednesday, Feb. 9, there
9 :00-Craftsmen club dance, Barboir nill be services at 7 and 10:30 a'clock:
gymnasium, in the morning and 7:30 o'clock in
the evening. Weekday services will

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and 6 per et. to investors. No propos-= A. A. Savings Bank Bik.. Main St.
ition absolutely safe offers better re-: Phone 536-J.--Adv.
sults. Do not endanger your money
by taking chances. We have never Are you going to have a party? Let
paid less than 6 per ct. dividends free Teet's Dining Rooms serve the dinner.
from taxes. Can withdraw your money -Adv.
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FEBRUARY 22 he on Wednesday evenings at 7:30
2:00-Girls' Glee club danee, Ariuory o'clock and Thirsday afternoons at
---4 4:30 o'clock. bLeetures for adults in =
FEBRUARY 23 preparation for Confirmation will be-
10:00-Morning session of Midwestern gin today after the morning service. -f- niVersity Students
highway conference, University hall. nishop Williams will administcr (on
2:00-Afternoon session of Midwest- firiation at his visitation on March
ern highway conference, University 13. *
hall. -
6:00-Highway conference banquet, s. C. A. CONSTITUTION W-L E
it_.A. fiddle".lI Lead WLthe
U .EA ETDon't go thru life "playing second fiddle". Lead the
U-NOTICES orchestra yourself.
The first day of practice for interclass (Continued from Page Onle)h1r Don't take the first job that comes along. Don't enter the
Time firstalldiy of naci eb. in2rca. smember of," "dependent upon whether ahzr
basket ball is Monday, Feb. 21. tis oe is filled by a man or a wousiness world in ahaphazard manner.
An exhibition of a selected group of'men" and insert the words "represent. Select your goal!
paintings by contemporary Americanme
artists can be seen in Alumni Mem- ied in."-
orial hall from 2 to 5 o'clock daily, Article 5 Duties of Oficers Section HUNT A JOB - MAKE THE JOB HUNT YOU
fromFeb.6 toFeb.27.4.Insert the word "similarly" in the
lrom Feb. 6 to Feb. 27. . last sentence and strike out the words But your college training alone will not make you independent.
Aill members of the Scroll who wish ,-
tickets for the winter term party "through the women's committee." Thousands of others have received such training. Only a
should communicate wite J.pa. Article 9, Amendents.--Change the small number, however, have received training in the commer- =
should commuca tret, 26AJ word "election" to "meeting." cial field. Our classes in
Starr, 1025 Packard street, 2663-J The members of the association are
before Feb. 21. referred to the offices in Lane or New- _ H R H N
No meetings or rehearsals will be held =frrdRTH- BOOKKEEPING
No metingso ehe aralsill hlu n-berry for information or explanations TYPEWRITING PENMANSHIP
by the Glee and Mandolin club un- of these amendments. =
til next semester:. h -
The initial baseball practice of the Bwill enable you to prepare for something really worth while.
Michigan team will be held at Wat- Ban Steil oilIIooeop Hospital . Let us tell you about our courses
erman gymnasium on Feb. 15. Quarantine at the homoeopathic
Members of the Richard N. Hall post ;hospital has not yet been lifted. Un FEB.
less new cases of diphtheria are dis- NEW CLASSES COMMENCE WEDNESDAY;, ED 23
of the Veterans of Foreign Wars . - .
ofy t Vtes ofForeign Wars covered within a few days, the ban
may obtain tickets for the post w'ill be lifted soon.
dance to be given Saturday evening, ill beliUAe4so
Feb. 26, from Ben Burbridge, 802 1 eumuhehabit.FollowI I"nes w-
Get the habit. Follow the "ones wlioIr C 0O Of S A1 AN
Monroe street any time this week. kno w" to the Chinese Gardens.-Adv.
VARSITY SWIMMING TEAM TO iCraftsmen's Club Dance at Barbour7V
MEET DETROIT 'GREmATIONS ym, Monday, Feb. 21, 9 to 1. Spec- Start now if you want to finish the course this. year
MS music by Rhodes Th' hest ea.All
mMasons invited. Tickets at Treasurer-
(CntnudnrotPgeTheeeICapfrom f Pagev -allllliThree)11111U Campbell'stli1118111111#office.-Adv.1tiitlt11lti

swim nearly every event on the
aquatic card, and swim it in time that
invariably brings victory. Whether
his phenomenal ability can spell de-
feat for Michigan is a question, the
affirmative answer to which is
Will Give Prizes
The D. A. C. has promised a big
time for the Michigan men who com-
pete against them, a bronze plaque go-
ing to the winner, and a spread after
the meet being given to the Wolver-

Will receive the usual careful and courteous attention.

Save This Announcement
to remind you that
Mrs. lukhurst

Friday, February 18
8 o'clock
SUBJECT: "The Woman Voter vs. Bolshevism"

Room 101, Economics Building
Mr. Mitchell
Mr. Quinnell
Room 202, Tappan Hall
Mr. Schenck
Mr. Walter
Auditorium, Natural Science Building
Mr. Abbot
Mr. Wicker
Mr. Wier


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