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EFICIAL BULLETI

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1922

Number 89

of the University and Mrs. Burton will
ay afternoon from 3:30 to 5:30.

be "at home" as

no conference of the Deans today.

M. L. BURTON.

ilty Lectures:°
Atessor Alfred E. Zimmerfn, of Oxford University, England, will speak
day, Jan. 25, upon the subject "Greek Political Thought in Relation
ern Problems", and Thursday, Jan. 26, upon "The Political Frame-
f Economic Policy". Both lectures will be given in the Natural Se-
ailding Auditorium at 4:15 p. m. The public is invited.
{ F. E. ROBBINS.
nentary Intelligence Examination:
students, both probationers and non-probationers, who were unable
the second part of the intelligence examination (that given -on Jan.
st report without fail at Room 203, Tappan Hall, Thursday, Jan. 26,
n. to conclude the examination. A. G. HALL.
ig Positions in China: ' y
e Bureau of Appointments has received college and high school calls
anton, China, to begin September, 1922. Unmarried men are wanted
itions in physics, economics, and business administration. Men or
are desired for English, imathematics, and modern languages. For
i the languages only Americans are wanted but for the other depart-
properly qualified Chinese are particularly desired. A teacher. for
science in the high school is needed. Appointments are made for
r five years. All persons who are interested are asked to call at the
f the Bureau of Appointments, Room 102, Tappan Hall, for further
ars. MARGARET CAMERON, Secretary.
nor System in Examinations:
t year the faculty of the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
d the holding of examinations under the Honor System in accord-
ith the following conditions:.
In classes not. exceeding fifty in which juniors, seniors, and gradu-
dents predominate.
A petition to be started by a senior or junior fn each such class and
ed for the purpose of ascertaining how many are willing to take an
ation under the honor system. The signers-of the petition thereby
themselves to see that honor is observed by others as well as ob-
it themselves.
This petition to be handed to the instructor at least a week previous
xamination. He has the right to accept or reject it. In case there
ie who would prefer a proctored examination, the instructor, if he
the petition, will give the same examination to such students in a
t room if possible.
All violations of honor in examinations to be reported to the student
ommnittee, whose decision in the various cases will be subject to the
i1 of the faculty.
the honor system is desired for examinations this semester, steps
be taken without delay for selecting the honor committees and for
ing and presenting the necessary petitions.
ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
lents in Engineering and Architecture:
requested to report immediately conflicts between periods assigned
for final examinations, at the office of Professor Higbie, Room 270,
ering building. Report forms and necessary instructions are posted
e door of that office, which should be carefully observed.
time and place assigned "for examination periods may be learned
spies of the schedules which have been sent to the instructors and
lave been posted on the bulletin board opposite Room 251.
- H. H. HIGBIE,'**
For Committee on Classification.
Semester Elections:
ore making elections for the second semester, students of the Col-
Literature,.Science, and the Arts. School of lducation, and Graduate
contemplating summer study are advised to consult the SpeciW.l
cement of the Summer Session of 1922, which will be ready for distri-
on Wednesday, Feb. 1. Copies of the Announcement may be obtained
various registration offices. E. H. KRAUS, \
Dean of the Summer Session.
of. Literature, Science, and the Arts:s
L.minations in the following courses in Mathematics will be held on
Feb. 3, from 2 to 5 p. m. in the following rooms:
sections of Mathematics A and all sections of Mathematics 2 in
Hl.
sections of Mathemiatics C in 101 Ec.
sections of Mathematics 1 except Professor Bradshaw's and Mr. Pet-
in room B, Law building.
sections of Mathematics 1E and Professor.Bradshaw's and Mr. Pet-
sections of Mathematics 1 in Natural Science Auditorium.
sections of Mathematics 2E in T.' H. 110.
sections of Mathematics 51 in West GalleW' of Alumni Memorial
J. L, MARKLEY.

High School Observation in Physics:
Inasmuch as a sufficient number of students have not signified their in-
tention to elect Secondary Education 4h (Observation and special methods
in Physics) so as to warrant making provision for observation work in that
subject next semester, the course will be withdrawn.
C.O.DAV IS,
In Charge of High School Observation Work.,
Gymnalum mincing Class:
Girls interested in organizing a beginning class- in dancing for the
4econd semester are requested to sign lists on the bulletin board at Barbour
Gymnasium before Friday, Feb. 3.
CHARLOTTE J. MAC EWAN.
Recital bf Mechant of Venice:
The classes in Shakesperean Reading will give a public recital of The
Merchant of Venice, Thursday, Jan. 26, at 8 p. m., in Sarah Caswell Angell
Hall. LOUIS EICH.
Players Club:
"'The Wonder flat" and "Neighbors" will be presented this evening at
8 p. m. in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall with a fine Musical program. Members
will be admitted upon presentation of their membership cards.
R. B. RITTER, President.
English 2, Second Semester:
All students who are not now enrolled in English 1, bait who intend to
elect English 2, are directed to apply for section assignment to the depart-
ment committee on classification, which will be at room 6, University Haal1,
fromh 10 to11 o'clock and from 2 to 2:30 o'clock, on Monday, Tuesday, Wed-
nesday, and Thursday, Feb. 6 to 9 inclusive.
W. R. HUMPHREYS.

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municate with the undersigned.
Engineering Lecture:
Mr. R. C. Loughea, Chief Engineer
of the Michigan Inspection Bureau,
will address a joint meeting of the
Detroit-Ann Arbor section and the U.
of M. branch of the American Institute
of Electrical Engineers on the sub-
ject "The Relation of the Electrical
Engineer to Fire Prevention and Fire
Protection" to be held Wednesday,
Jan. 25,. at 7:30 p. m. in the Natural
Science Auditorium. The address
will be illustrated with motion pic-
tures. All interested in this subject
are invited to attend.,
F. D. JOHNSTON,
Chairman, U. of M. Branch.
Freshman Engineers:
Professor R. S. Hawley of the Me-
chanical Engine~ering Faculty will ad-
dress the Freshman Engineers on
Wednesday, Jan. 25. 1922, at 11 a. m.,
in room 348 Engineering buildiig.
Major F. W. Hoorn of the U. S. Signal
Corps will also give a short talk.
Every Freshman must be present on
this occasion.
C. E. WILSON.
.WHAT'S GO.ING ON
WEDNESDAY
12:05--Rotary club luncheon at Cham-
her of Commerce Inn.
12:15-Mathematical club luncheon In
the mai dining room of Union.
12:16-Rainbow club luncheon In room
319 of Union.
12:30-Western club meets at Sped-
ding's studio, for picture.
I:00-Lecture by Prof. F.N. Scott on
- the "Genesis of Speech" in room 162
of Natural Science building.
t:15-Prof. Alfred E. Zimmern speaks
in Natural Science auditorium.
7:00-Tvouts for freshman orchestra
meet rn room 308 of Union.
7:00-Varsity ,band practice in Uni-
versity Hall.
4:00-University choir rehearsal at
Dane hall. '
7:3-A. I. E. E. meets in Natural
Science auditorium.
7:30-Quarterdeck meets in room $02
of Union.
7:30-Advanced students' recital at
School of Music.
7:30-University post, No. 303, meets
at Union, regards bonus legislation
a'd dues.
7:30-tudent council meets at nion.
7 :30-DeMolays meet at Hrrs hail.
8:15-Players club presents two plays
in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
U-NOTICE
The joint meeting, of the A. I. E. E.
with the Detroit-Ann Arbor section
today in the Natural Science au-
ditorium will be addressed by R. C.
Loughhead. His subject will be "The
Relation of the Electrical Engineer
to Fire Prevention and Fire Pro-
tection." The public is invited.
Know Your Alumni
(By Courtesy of Chimes)
Do you know-
That Avery Hopwood, the playwrite,
Is probably the most popular fashioner
of frothy plays on the American stage
today, that he is the first author ever
to own the.distinction of having five
plays on Broadway at one time, that
his "Demi Virgin" has caused no end
of trouble to the New York censors,
that his "The Bat," in Ann Arbor Sat-
urday and Sunday evenings, has run
for nearly two years in New York,
and finally and most importance. that
he is a full fledged alumnus of the
University being a member of the class
of 1905?
Grosvenor's Condition Improves
According to the attending physic
ian, the condition of Herbert L. Gros-

venor, '23, who has been seriously ill
with cerebral meningitis was consid-
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