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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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LILY OFFICIAL BLLETIN

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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1921.

Number 99.

Psychology 25:
Psychology 25, lectures will be held hereafter on Thursday at 9 a. m.
in Room B, Law building.
Quiz sections:
Ia. Room B 207 Science building, Tuesday at 9.
lb. Room G 437 Science building, Tuesday at 9.
II. Room G 437 Science building,-Tuesday at 11.
IIIa. Room Z 155 Science building, Wednesday at 9.
IIIb. Room M 441 Science building, Wednesday at 9.
IV. Room P 162 Science building, Wednesday at 10.
V. Room P 162 Science building, Wednesday at 11.
Consult the bulletin board outside Natural Science Auditorium for as-
signments to quiz sections, aild laboratory sections, which will begin the
week of February 27.
Laboratory sections.
I. Room P 476 Science building, Tuesday at 1-3. f
II. Room P 476 Science building, Wednesday 3-5.
III. Room P 476 Science building, Thursday 1-3.
Psychology 46 will meet on Tuesday and. Thursday at 11 in Room P 476
Science building. HENRY F. ADAMS.
Engineering English 21a:
Two newsections will be organized in English 21a as follows:
Section V. Monday at 5 in Room 26, Asst. Prof. Schneider.
Section VI. Wednesday at 5 in Room 26, Mr. Langworthy.
Engineering English IX:
All students conditioned the first semester in English 1, 2, or 3 will meet
Mr. Wenger in Room 26, Tuesday, at 5 p. m. to arrange for the organization
of English IX (One X). J. RALEIGH NELSON.
Junior Research Club:
The regular meeting will be held at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening in Room
426 N. S.
Subjects: "Filtrable Viruses in the Causation of Certain Dermatoses."
Dr. L. B. Kingery.
"Allied Problems of the White Pine Blester Rust." Profes-
sor L. J. Young.
R. O. BREGHAM, Secretary.
Economies Course 2:
The regular lecture will be held on Monday in University Hall Audi-
torium at 2 o'clock. Sections will be announced at that meeting.
DAVID FRIDAY.

START INTRAMURAL HOCKEY Teet's Dining Rooms for dinner
AND BASKETBALL TIS WEED parties. 805 E. Huron St.-Adv.
Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv.
Interdepartment hockey - will open
Monday with the lits vs. dents, at Get the habit. Follow the "ones who
5:80. On Tuesday the law-medic team know" to the Chinese Gardens.-Adv.
meets the engineers.
Interclass basketball starts Tues-
day at 8 o'clock when the architects
meettthe foresters, the homoeopaths F o r E c
play the pharmics and the junior en- Fr B
gineers oppose the senior engineers.
At 8:45 the upper medics meet the
lower medics, Stonel soph lits play
Merner's fresh lits. Sterling's freshI
lits meet Crawford's soph lits.

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Have you company coming? Bring
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Tuesday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Wednesday
Wednesday
Wednesday
Wednesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Friday
Friday
Friday

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Ec. 203.
Ec. 207.
Ec. 203
Ec. 207.
Law B.
Law F.
Ec 6.
Ec. D.
Ec. 207.
Ec. 301.
Ea. 102.
Ec. 202.
Ec. 202.
Ec. 104.
Ec. 102.
Ec. 203.
Ec. 203.
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Following is the revisal schedule of Course 4 in Rhetoric. All sections
meet on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday:
Sec. I, at 8. Room 102, W. H. Assistant Professor Cowden.
Sec. II, at 9. Room 102, W. H. Assistant Professor Cowden.
Sec. III, at 10. Room 206 U. H. Professor Rankin.
Sec. IV, at 11. -Room 155 N. S. Dr. Wier.
Sec. V, at 8. Room 101, W. H. Dr. Grim.
Sec. VI, at 9. Room 213, N. S. Dr. Grim.
Sec. VII, at 11. Room 213, N. S. Dr. Grim.
Sec. VIII, at 11. Room 427, N. S. Dr. Scott.
See. IX, at 1. Room 105, W. H. Dr. Scott.
Sec. X, at 2. Room 207, N. H. Dr. Scott.
Sec. XI, at 10. Room 441, N. S. Mr. Peterson.
F. N. SCOTT.

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BERNARD Shaw once stated that Music would reduce
taxes. We'll not venture an opinion as to the soundness
of Shaw's statement, but we will say that Music will reduce
worry and add just that refreshing element to our lives that we
all need. In other words, Music promotes efficiency, and when
is efficiency needed more than during the days of preparation
at college?

WHAT'S GOING ON
SUNDAY
9:30 a. m.-The University Men's Bible
class meets in the upper room at
Lane hall.
3:00-Leon A. MakielskI gives a gal-
lery talk, Alumni Memorial hall.
3:00-Concert by the University Sym-
phony orchestra, Hill auditorium.
4:00-Discussion group of Chinese
students, Lane hall.
4:30-Mrs. Hass speaks to the Student
Volunteers, Lane hall.
5:46-Supper and social hour follow-
ed by an address by Prof. A. E.
Wood, Presbyterian church.
6:00-Wesleyan Guild social half hour
and meeting at Methodist church.
7:30-Bishop Thomas Nicholson, .of
the Chicago area of the Methodist
church, lectures at the Wesleyan
guild meeting, Methodist church.
MONDAY
4:00 - Meeting of the officers and
chairmen of committees of the Juni-
or engineering class in room 302,
Union.'
7:00-Eomplete east of Zaragueta
meets, University Hall.
Are you going to have a party? Let
Teet's Dining Rooms serve the dinner.
Lightweight imported golf ,hose.,
$3.00 upward. Wild & Co., State St.-

TECHNIC WANTS WORKERS
Freshmen and Sophomore try- |
outs are wanted at once for the I
Techhic. .
7:20-Varsity band meets for the Pur-
due game, Waterman gymnasium.
7:30-Varsity basketball game, Michi-
gan vs. Purdue, Waterman gymnas-
ium.
7:30-Delta Tau Delta meets in room
302, Union.
8:00-Concert by the New York Cham-
ber Music society, Hill auditorium.
U-NOTICES
The 11 o'clock section in American
literature will meet on Tuesday in
room 208, Tappan hall, instead of
room 208, University hall.
WOLVERINES DEFEAT
ILLINOIS 24 TO 18
(Continued from Page One)
Summary:
Michigan Illinois
Karpus ........ LF..........Walquist'
Miller, Whitlock. RF......Mee, Carney
Dunne ..........C............Reitsch
Williams ......LG..............Vail
Rea ...........RG......Sabo, Collins
Summary-baskets, Karpus 1, Mil-
ler 2, Dunne 3, Rea 1; Carney 2, Vail
1. Foul goal, Karpus 10-14, Mee 4-7,
Vail 8-14. Referee, Nichols, umpire,
Peckinpaugh. Score first half, Mich-
igan 11, Illinois 6.

Prepare!

For the

Soph. Prom.

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latest sheet music, Victor and Brunswick machines and records,
the finest pianos and an exceptional selection of stringed instru-
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Book.

OR ANY OTHER DANCE
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AND WE WILL HELP YOU
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