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FHL MICHIGAN DAILNy

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1922

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lILY 'OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4,1922

Number 71

ants, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
)n account of the tearing down of a part of the old enl
llowng changes in class-rooms will be' made:.d,
41 sections which met in Room 22 Old Engineering
in Room 3 of South Wing of the Museum.
4l sections which metin Room 29 Old Engineering1
in Room 1 of South Wing of the Museum.
41 sections which met in Room 32 Old Engineering
in Room 2 of South Wing of the Museum.
Trench 2 which met at 8 in Room 36 will now meet

Odd Fellows in New Quarters
Odd Fellows of Ann Arbor recently
bought and remodeled the Hoag build-
ing located at 209 East Washington
street, in which they shall hereafter
hold their lodge mneetings. The build-
Ing will serve as a regular headquart-
erq for the fraternity. All University
Odd Fellows are welcome to attend
the meetings of the lodge on Tuesday
evenlpg.
Fire Hydrants Repaired
Several fire hydrants about the
campus froze in the past week due to
leaking and corroded valves. Repairs
were made immediately and the hy-
drants thawed out, all of them now
being ready for use again in case of
need.

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building will now
building will now
in Room 302 New

SHEEPSKIN COATS. We are sell-
ing a large number of these coats at
very low prices. N. F. Allen Co.., 211
So. Main St.-Adv.

1215 PROSPECT ,

1217 PROSPECT

ngineering building.
Math. la which met W. and S. at 8 in Room 36 will now meet In Room 21.
English 1 which met at 9 in Room 36 will now meet in Room 336 New
Minineering building.
Math. la which met M. and F. at 10 in Room 36 will now meet in Room
~32.
English 1 which met at 11 in Room 36 will now meet in Room 443 N.w
Rngineering building.
Math. 3 which met at 1 in Room 36 will now meet in Room 336 New
a "ng"neering building. a..m
Math. 4a which met at 2 in Room 36 wIll now meet in Room 336 New
Ongineering building.
_Math. 1 which met at 3 In Room 36 will now meet in Room 340 New
63 . eering building.
The Office of the Modern Language Department, formerly in Room 23
)ld Engineering building, is now in Room 4 South Wing of the Museum.
LOUIS A. HOPKINS, Secretary.
Basketball Tieket Announcement:
Each student and each member of the faculty may purchase one baset-
all ticket book of each series of basketball games at the office of the Ath-
etic association. All of these books remaining unsold will be offered to the
eneral public on the morning of Jan. 10.
ro All Students:
Students are advised to be tested to determine whether or not they are
mmune to diphtheria. This simple test can be made at the Health Service
ny Thursday 2 xto 4. We are prepared to immunize those who are found not
o be immune and desire it. WARREN E. FORSYTHE,
Health Service Director.
ugineers-Juniors and Sophomores:
Individual appointments for the required medical examination for mem-
>ers of your classes at the Health Service have been posted at the office of
Secretary Hopkins.
Please keep the appointment given. Those who have missed are
isked to report during the hours 8 to 12 this month.
WARREN E. FORSYTHE.
Director, Health Service.
ro thie Members of the Faculty and Students:
The Doubles event of the All-Campus Hand Ball Tournament will be
ield -in February starting the second week of the Second Semester. Entry
heets are now posted on the north door of the hand ball courts in the
Waterman Gymnasium. Quite a few faculty members took part in the sin-
les event last month and it is hoped that these and many others will also
ign up for the doubles. A silver cup will be awarded to each of the doubles
hampions. C. E. GEHRING, '23 (508J).
eior ElectricalEngineers:
Information from the General Electric Company and from the Wet-
nghouse Electric & Mfg. Company indicates that there will probably be
pportunity for employment of men graduating in June. Under present
conomic conditions It is desirable that you use every effort to get .your-
elves into line for possible employment. I advise that you call at my office
nd fill out interview blanks provided by the General Electric Company.
his should be done at once. Please note that these blanks are not appli-
atlons for employment. JOHN C. PARKER.
reshman, Engineers:
Prof. F. N. Menefee of the Engineering Mechanics Department will ad-
ress the Freshma Engineers on Wednesday, Jan. 4, 1922, at 11 a .m. in
loom 348 of the Engineering bulding. C. E. WILSON.
Head Mentor Freshman Engineers.
Kid-West Debate Preliminaries:
The Independent try-out for the Mid-West debating squad will be held
n Room 302, Mason Hall, Saturday morning, Jan. ? ,at 8 o'clock. All candi-
.ates who are not members of a Literary Society should appear in this pre-
[minary. Speeches limited to seven minutes.
Literary Societies are reminded that their preliminaries must be off by
aturday night, Jan. 7. RAY K. IMMEL,
Intercollegiate Contest Director.
romance Club:
The monthly luncheon of the Romance Club will be held at the English
ea Room today, Wednesday, Jan. 4, at 12:15 o'clock sharp.
A. G. CANFIELD.
ondition Examination in Chemistry 10:
All conditions given in Chemistry 10 (organic chemistry for dental stu-
ents), must be removed at an examination to be given in Room 122, Chem-
stry building, Saturday, Jan. 7, at 2 p. m. F. F. BLICKE.
[eehanical Engineering 35:
Both sections meet in Room 243 Engineering building 4-5 Wednesday,
an. 4. C. B. GORDY.
rniversity Band:
The University Band will meet this evening at seven (7) o'clock in Uni-
ersity Hall. WILFRED WLSON, Director.
he University Choir:
Will resume rehearsals this evening at 7 o'clock, in Lane Hall. The next
rnion Service in Hill Auditorium will be held Sunday evening, Jal. 15.
very member of the choir is requested to be present at the rehearsal this
vening. There are several vacancies in the soprano and tenor sections.
ingers desiring to become members may apply at the rehearsal this eve-
ing. GEORGE OSCAR BOWEN, pirector.
Immel Re-elected

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Wednesday night will' be the last chance for sending in the most
appropriate name for the new store. The winner will receive a box
of candy the following day.
WE SERVE HOT AND COLD DRINKS, ALSO SODAS AND
SUNDAES AND SPECIAL DISHES OF ALL KINDS; AT
REASONABLE PRICES
Everybody invited. We are sure your visit will be an enjoyable one.

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WHAT'S GOINq ON
WEDNESDAY
:00-4-Hop committee meets at Un-
ion.
:00-Wayfarers meet in room 306 of
Union.
:00-Chimes' business staff meets in
ress building.
:40-De Molay chapter of Ann Arbor
meets Detroit chapter at interurban
station.
:00-Varsity Bad practice in Uni-
versity Hall.
:15-De Molay hold joint meeting
with De Molays in Pattengill audi-
torium.
:1--Freshman Glee club rehearsal
and business meeting in Union.
THURSDAY
80-Gun and Blade club meets in
reading room of Union.
00-Christian Science society meets
in auditorium of Lane hall.
U-NOTICE,
he U. of M. branch of the A. I. E. E.
will have their 'Ensian picture takent
at Spedding's studio at 12 o'clock on1

At Teachers ' Peet
At the annual convention of the Na-
tional Association of Teachers of
Speech held in the Auditorium hotel in
Chicago on Dec. 28-30, Prof. Ray K.
Immel, of the oratory department, was
re-elected treasurer of the associa-
ton, which includes the business man-
agership of the Quarterly Journal of
Speech Education. Prof. G. N. Merry,
of the University of Iowa, who is well
known here, was elected president,
and Prof. Thomas C. Trueblood acted
as one of the presiding officers. George
Wilner, John Hathaway and P. H.
Scott, instructors in public speaking
here, were also in attendance at the
convention. Mr. Scott accepted a posi-
tion with the State Normal college at
Emporia, Kas., to take effect the latter
part of January.
DR. J. G. JONES NEW PRESIDENT
OF UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI
Columbia, Mo., Jan. 3.-The board of
curators of the University of M's-
souri, meeting in St. Louis late today
elected Dr. J. C. Jones president of the
university, to succeed Dr. A. Ross H1l
who resigned several months ago to
become connected with the Americanj
Red Cross.

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