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dical students are pdvised not to elect this course, as it is
narily for those not planning to specialize in medicine.
L. V. HEILBRUNN.

Number 91

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News of the
IN BRIEF

V

1922

the Arts:
e Literary Faculty Monday. Jan. 30, at
ider the final report of the Committee on
the Committee on Revision of Entrance
A. G. HALL, Registrar.

Twilight Faculty Concert Series:
The next number in this series will be givtn in Hill Auditorium, Sun-
day afternoon, at 4:15 o'clock. The following program has been prepared:
Thirty-two Variations (Beethoven), Maud Okkelberg; Aubade Provencale
(Couperin-Kreisler), Gavotte (Gossec-Burmester), Menuett (Bach-Burmes-
ter), Serenade Espagnole (Chaminadt-Kreisler), Valse Bluette (Drigo-Auer),
Anthony J. Whitmire; Les Silhouettes (Carpenter), The Street Organ (Si-
bella), Twickenham Ferry (Molloy), The Winds in the South (Scott), Mrs.
William Wheeler; Adagio, Op. 34, (Ries), Ungarisher, Op. 29 (Hauser), Mr.
Whitmire; Spinning Song (Wagner-Liszt), The Linden Tree (Schubert-
Liszt), Nachtfalter, Valse Caprice (Strauss-Tausig) Mrs. Okkelberg. The
concert will begin on time and the doors will be closed during the perform-
ance of numbers. No admission charge.
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.
!Mechanical and Civil Engineering Sttidents:
On behalf of the Detroit Section, American Society of Mechanical En-
gineers, I am inviting you to attend a meeting in the Grill Room of the Board
of Commerce, Detroit, Friday evening, Jan. 27, at 8 o'clock. Major Theodore
A. Leisen will give an ill'ustrated lecture on the City of Detroit Filtration.
Plant. JOHN C. PARKER, Chairman.

making elections for the second semester, students of the Col-
rature, Science, and the Arts. School of Education, and Graduate
;emplating summer study are advised to consult the Special
ent of the Summer Session of 1922, which will be ready for distri-
lednesday, Feb. 1. Copies of the Announcement may be obtained
us registration offices. E. H. KRAUS,
Dean of the Summer Session.
ester Elections - School of Education:
semester elections of all students In the School of. Education
lade In the office of the School, Room 105, Tappan Hal, Mon-
rsday, Feb. 6 to 9..
en should see the, Committee on Elections, Room 206, University
handing in their blanks.
vents to sections in certain courses in the College of Literature,
i the Arts mentioned on the back of the examination schedule
If students, be made by the .Committee on' Classification in the
of Univerity Hall.
MARGARET CAMERON, Secretry.
dueation Faculty:
burned meeting of the faculty of the School of Education wil be
r, Jan. 30, at 4:15 p. M., in the office of th School. The report
Oittee on Physical Education and other matters will be taken up.
A. S. WHITNEY, Dean.
ester Elections:
:ions by Literary/ students must be made Monday to Thursday,
n accordance with the directions on the back of the examination
'hese elections must be made at that, time in FINAL form. An
a prsquisite course is the only acceptable basis for unavoid-
al10'R d I ter. V
tions of Spanish 4 must be made through the Committee of
n in University Hall, as well as those of other courses so adver-
A. G. HALL, Registrar.
tudents:
e students should make their second semester elections in the
Graduate School on Feb. 6, 7, 8, or 9. New students, or students
from other Schools or Colleges, should register on the same
ident transferring at this time should at once ask the Secretary
1 or College to prepare and send to the office of the Graduate
fficia1 transcript of his undergraduate record.
A. H.,LLOYD.
- Attendance Committee. Meeting:
vill be °a meeting of the Attendance Committee of the Law
uesday, Jan. 31, 1922, from 2:30 to 3:30 p. m. in the Secretary's
EVANS HOLBROOK, Secretary.,
llowships In Yale University:
ton about four Bishop Museum Fellowships of $1,006 each, in
y, Botany, Zoology, Geology or Geography, and two Seesel Fel-
$1,500 'each, in Biological Studies, has been received from Yale
ad may be consulted at ta office of the Graduate School.
A. H. LLOYD.
[igh School Observation Next Semester:
s hereby given to all professors and students directly concerned
tion work in the Ann Arbor high school next semester, that a
'erence of professors, teachers, and students will he held Mon-
from 4 to 6 o'clock in the Auditoriumof the High School build-
3xceedingly important that every interested person should be
e plans of the semester's observatory work will be given out in
meeting will count for an observation credit and cannot be made
C. O. DAVIS,
In Charge of High School Observation Work.
;erature,' Seience, and the Arts:
tions -in Rhetoric,' Course 1:
ms, Room 205, Mason Hall.
k, Room 101, Economics building.
ris, Room 202, West Hall..
ot, Mr. Greenland, and Mr. Lasher, West Lecture Room, Physics
sy, Mr.,. Schmiledeskamp, and Mr. Quinnell, Room B, Law
meck, Mr. Taylor, and Mr. Thomas, West Gallery, Memorial
ter, Mr.'Wells, and Mr. Wicker, Room 203, Tappan Hall.
iinations In Course 1 will be held at 2 p. m., Thursday, Feb. 2.
F. N. SCOTT.
Iterature, Science, and the Arts:
tions in French 1 and Spanish 1 -will be held in the following
., all sections, in Room B, Law School.
1. Sections of Mr. Garcia, Mr. Herrera, Mr. Lincoln, Mr. Pur-
berry Hall Auditorium.
of Mr. Morehouse, Mr. Patterson, Mr. Rey, in Room 203, Tap-
of Mr. Antonio, Mr. Bement, Mr. Eddy, Mr. Hootkins, in Room
cs building.
of Mr. Mercado, Mr. Michaud, Professor del Toro, in Room 205,
A. G. CANFIELD.
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are In this course, second semester, will be held at 3 o'clock
I. Aud. W. A. PATON.
ire in this course, second semester, will be held at 1 o'clock
3. Aud. W. A. PATON.

examination in History 14 will be held at the scheduled hour
the Law building. NELSON VANCE .RUSSELL.
story:
, The Colonization of North America, and Course 57, The His-
are continued in the second -semester as Courses 56 and 58,
Course 56 will be given M., W., F., at 11, in room 403 Library;
Th., at 10, in room 403 Library. A. S. AITON.
[ag:
Hollister has arranged that his students in Interpretive Read-
not given their selections in class will have an opportunity to
delinquency on Saturday Morning, Jan. 28, from 10 to 12 in
orium.. .EJACK HOLDEN.

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Chicago, Jan. 26.~-Elmer Lampe, 20,
of Eveleth, Minn., University of Chi-
cago student who has been missing
since last Monday, was found asleep
in the rear of a small South Side ho-
tel tonight, a victim of aphasia.
Lampe, considered the best athlete
in the University of Chicago fresh-
man class, had not been seen since
Monday afternoon, when he left the
Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity house
to go to the university, drug store.
Washington, Jan. 26. - The house
today declared itself in favor of the
.federal government exerting its au-
thority in an effort to stamp out lynch-
ing, passing by a vote of 230 to 119
the Dyer anti-lynching bill.
The bill provides life imprisonment
or lesser penalties for persons who
participate in lynching and for, state,
Scounty and municipal officers who fail
through negligence to present them.
London, Jan. 26.-A dispatch- to the'
London Times from Vienna says the
Austrian cabinet has resigned.
Washington, Jan. 26.-The present
condition of agriculture is "but the
inevitable result of that p'olicy of forc-
*ible deflation accomplished through
the control of the nation's credit by
a few great financiers," Senator La-
follette, Republican, Wisconsin, said
oday in the -senate.

her study while there a
of the Zoological Journa
nightin room Z241, Nat
building.
Temperance Association
Chicago, Jan. 26. - TI
Christian Temperance u
announced a campaign t
truth about prohibition in
Mexico" in the hope o:
these two oases in the
desert.

WHAT'S GOING ON*

FRIDAY
9:00-Mr. Mulock, chief probation of.
ficer of Detroit Municipal court.
speaks in room 101 of Economics
building.
12:00-Pi Delta -Epsilon meets al
Spedding's studio for picture.
12:39-Cercle Francais meets at Sped.
ding's studio for picture.
4:10-Annl Arbor Bible chair, course
IV, meets in Upper room of Lane
hall.
1:15-Sigma Delta Chi meets at Dey't
studio for picture.
0:00-Dinner dance at Union.
7:00-DeMolay officers rehearse at
Harris hall.
7:00-Trogean club meets in room
302 of Union.
7:30-Alpha Nu meets in importani
session, University hall.,
7:30-African Students' club meets at
Union.
7:30-Cosmopolitan club discussion
group meets in room 302 of Univer-
sity hail.
7:80-Hobart guild sleigh ride from
Harris hall.s
5:00--Polonia Literary circle meets at
Lane hall.
SATURDAY
9:30-DeMoloy officers meet at Mich-
izan C(entral station.
4:10-University Men's Bible class
meets at Lane hall.
7:00-Upper Room Bible class meets
at Lane hall.
:00-Lecture by Sir Phillip Gibbs in.
Hill auditorium.

Know Your Alumni
(By Courtesy of Chimes)
Do you know-
That William James Mayo, one of
the Mayo brothers, is one of the most
famous surgeons in the United States,
hat he in association with his broth-
er own and operate one of the. most
'amous hospitals and sanatariums in
he country at Rochester, Minnesota,
,hat he has a world wide reputation
or the treatment and removal of can-
'er and goiters, and finally and most
important, that he graduated from the
dedical school of the University of
Vichigan in 1883?
MIANY MAKE RESERVATIONS
FOR UNION DINNER DANCE
Reservations have been made by
many people who wish to secure places
tt the dinner dance to be given by the
Union from 6 to 8 o'clock tonight in:
the main dining room. Others who
:lesire to attend should make reserva-
itons before 6:15 o'clock tonight with
')ennis Donovan, house manager of
the Union. A special five-piece or-
:hestra will furnish music' at the
dance the second that the Union has
iven.

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MONDAY
]:302-Literary faculty meets at New-
berry hall.
4:15-School of Education faculty
meets in office of the school.
::30-Course III in Bible study meets
"in Upper room of Lane hall.
U-NOTICE
III Cleveland men, regardless of
-whether they have attended the
meetings of the Cleveland club or
not, meet at Spedding's studio at
1 o'clock Saturday for 'Ensian pic-
ture.
BOARD TO HIEAR PLANS FOR
CHANGE IN LETTER AWARDS
(Continued from Page One)
nlaces first in a dual meet or second
°n two dual meets. Heretofore the
award has been made in a manner so
much stricter than in other Confer-
ence schools that the hoard thought
that members of the squad were not
getting a Just reward for their work.
Seniors Specially Honored
Other proppsed changes in the by-
laws, if passed, will allow the award
off a sweater coat with the "M" to a
senior who has previously won his
letter in the particular sport in which
the work was done in his senior year.
This, it is pointed out, will do more
to give the man who has won more
than one letter a special insignia.
The award is limited to seniors who,
'f they have served their University
as required in the ruling, have their
choice of the sweater coat, a V-neck
sweater, or a Jersey.
The wearing of a sweater c oat
would necessitate a regulation of the
size of the "M", due to the fact that
a large size letter could not be mount-
ed on the coat. A section to be pro-
posed at the meeting will require:that
the "M" be the size of the present
tennis letter, and that it be worn on
the left breast.
Other minor changes in the by-laws
will be introduced at the meeting,
most of them defining more closely
the present duties of the officers.
Zimmern SpeaksAgain Today
"Some Aspects of the English La-
bor Problem" will be dliscussed by
Prof. Alfred 7immern, of the Univer-
sity of Wales, at 11 o'clock today in
room 101 economics building. Profes-
sor Zimmern has had excellent op-
portunities for coming in contact with
the various phases of the labor sit-
uation in England, and is a graduate
of Oxford university.
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n Friday at 10 and 11 o'clock will be excused to hear Mr.
Probation Officer of the Detroit Municipal Court, who will,
k on Friday in Room 101 Economics building. All mem-
e are expected to attend.
'ades will be posted by Saturday morning on the Sociology
. the Economics building.

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