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THE MICHIGAN DAI SATURDAY,

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ILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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Publication in
the University.
Volume :)

the Bulletin is constructive notice to
Copy received until 3:30 p. m. (11:30
sATCRDAB, JANUARY 6, 1923

all members of
a. m. Saturday.)
Number 74

SIGN "XASQN DIXON SEVEN"
AFFAIR; OTHERS WILL
FOLLOW

FOR;

Students, College of Engineering:
At a meeting of the Faculty of the Colleges of Engineering and Archi-
tecture April 3, 1922, the following resolutions were passed:
Be it RESOLVED
(a) That average semester grades and general average grades shall
be computed for each student at the end of each semester and that these
average grades shall be made a part of his permanent record.
(b)' That ┬░the averages grade shall be determined on the basis of A
equals 4, Bequals 3, C equals 2, D equals 1, and E equals zero.
(c) That the average grade shall be computed by multiplying the
number corresponding to the grade in each course by the hours of credit
for the course and dividing the sum of these products by the total number
of hours represented by all of the courses considered.
(d) That no student may graduate whose general average grade is
below 2.0.
(e) That when the average semester grade of a student falls to 1.5
or less he be automatically placed on probation.
(f) That students on probation may not elect less than 12 hours
work.
(g) That when the average semester grade of a student on probation
becomes 2.0 or more he be automatically removed from probation.
(h) That when the average semester grades of a student on proba-
tion falls below 2.0 he be automatically placed on the home list.
(i) That in cases of extenuating circumstances, at the discretion of
the Committee on Delinquent Students, students placed on probation may be
removed fronm probation and students placed on the home list may be
con'tinued on probation.
() That students- having an average grade of less than 3.0 may not
elect extra hours but students' having an average grade of 3.0 or more
may elect extra hours; the number of extra hours which such students may
elect to be determined by the classifier.
(k) That insofar as practicable the average semester grades and gen-
eral average grades of all students in the College be computed before the
beginning of the College year 1922-23.
(1) That this resolution shall become effective at the beginning of
the College year 1922-23 except that Article (d) shall apply only to such
students as matriculate subsequent to the date of passage of this resolution.
Copies of these resolutions will be found upon the bulletin boards in
the Engineering Building.
LOUIS A. HOPKINS, Secretary.
Faculty Records:
Two years ago there was established in the President's Office a con-
fidential academic and personal record of the members of the faculties.
With a view to making this record complete, blanks are now being sent to
those members of the faculties who either because they have recently come
to 'the University or for any other reason have not filed such records. The
file has proved to be of real and practical value, :nd the co-operation of
faculty members in maintaining it, by promptly filing their records, will
be appreciated. F. E. ROBBINS.
Cond :- Seryice:-
It is earnestly requested .that all those who now have pamphlets con-
cerning the consular. service return them to the office of the Dean of Stu-
dents as soon as possible. The supply of these pamphlets is exhausted,'
while many students are desirous of obtaining the information contained
in them. J. A. BURSLEY.
Junior Research Club:
The regular meeting of the Junior Research Club will be held at 8 p.
n. Tuesday, Jan. 9, in Room F427 Natural Science building. Dr. J. II.
Hodges will talk on "The Compressibility of Elements and Compounds",
and Dr. H. R. Roehm will give a lecture on "Gas Production by Bacteria".
J. C. GENIESSE,
Acting Secretary.
Graduate Women:
The women of the Graduate School will meet for tea in the Betsy
Barbour Dormitory from 4-5 on Monday, Jan. 8.
EILEEN W. ERLANSON.
University of Michigan Varsity Band:
Check out band books between 1 and 2:30 Saturday at Lane Hall.
. All capes that are still out must be turned in.
Formation for Illinois Basketball game at 7:15 Waterman Gym. Sat-
urday. WILFRED WILSON, Director.

"The Mason Dixon Seven" orches-
tra, which is known in the East as
"The Invincible Entertainers," and
which was made famous by Paul
Whiteman himself, will play for they
J-HoP, Feb. 9.
The musicians, who hail from the
South, have played at prominent East-
ern affairs for the 'past few months.
One of their most recent engagements
was at Young's Million Dollar Pier,
Atlantic City, N. J., which ended early{
in June. Two other places of note
where the orchestra has played lately
are State College in Pennsylvania, and
the Walton Roof in New York, where
they played as the Palais Royal or-
chestra with Paul Whiteman.
The other orchestra which will play
for the affair will be secured as soon
as possible. Irving's from Pennsylvan-{
la, Smith Brothers Eight from Ken-
tucky and other groups of national
repute are now under consideration.
It is possible that a contract with
Irving's may be made very soon. j
Tickets for the Hop will be sold
Wednesday and Friday at the UnionI
to those who have cards of accept-
ance. Extra tickets for the affair
coming from a reserve and from the
fund of those uncalled for will be

distributed Friday, and notices to
those to whom the tickets are award-
ed will be given Saturday.
Groups may sign up for Hop booths.
from 2 to 5 o'clock Friday afternoon
in the main lobby of the Union, and
representatives from the various
groups will draw for the booths Mon-
day, Jan. 15. Stewart R. Boyer, '24L,
is chairman of the committee in
charge of the booths.
Communist Leaders Resign
Paris, Jan. 5.-M. Frossard, general
secretary of the French Communist:
party, and other leaders, have resign-
ed, due to orders form Moscow to ex-
pel all members not favoring the
Russian program.
New Tuxedos for rental purposes.
Wild and Company.-Adv.
Got something for sale? A "Daily'
the Daily will find it.-Adv.

Gift Box Stationery
One-third to one-half off regular prices.
This sale lasts until Saturday night. It
includes first-grade clean stock of the best
known manufacturers.
0. D. MORRILL
17 NICKELS ARCADE
THE TYPEWRITER AND STATIONERY STORE
Open Evenings
960-ForDa-y Wa-tAd-- --
!96th For Daily Want Ads.

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1923

1923.

CALENDARS AND DIARIES

EXCELSIOR

- NATIONAL

- STANDARD

Dr. Frederick P. Keppel
Dr. Frederick P. Keppel, former;
dean of Columbia university and ad-
ministrative commissioner for the Un-
ited States International Chamber of
Commerce in Paris, has been chosen
as president of the Carnegie Corpora-
tion to succeed Dr. James Angell, now
president of Yale. He will take office
next October,

OFFICE SUPPLIES IN GENERAL,
WA RS NIVERSITY
BOOKSTOR E

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TRINITY LUTHERAN"
CHURCH
Fifth Ave. and William St.
REV. L. F. GUNDERMAN, Pastor

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~crvc es

FIRST CHURCH OF
CHRIST SCIENTIST

409 S. Division Street

Sunday Morning
Service, 10:30

What Others Say

9:30 A. M.-Bible School.

10:30 A. M.-"The Lord's Supper-A
Revelation and Inspiration of
Love."
6:30 P. .-Luther League Meeting.
7:30 P. M.--"A Guide-Board Psalm."

Happy the man, of mortals happiest he
Whose quiet mind from vain desires is free;
Whom neither hopes deceive nor fears torment,
But lives at peace. within himself content;
In thought or act accountable to none
But to himself and to the gods alone.
George Granville-"Enistle to Mrs. Higgins."

Subject: "God." ..
Sunday School, 11:45.
Wednesday Evening, testimony
meeting, 7:30.
Reading Room, 236 Nickels Arcade.
Open daily 12 to 5 except Sundays and
Holidays.
ALL ARE WELCOME.
ANN ARBOR
BIBLE CHAIR

EVERYONE IS .WELCOME

UNITARIANCHURCH
State and Huron Streets
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister

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WHAT'S GOING ON
)TICS -Copy for this column should
be submitted by 5:30) o'clock of
the day before publication.l
SATURDAYI
00-..Holy Communion feast of thO
Epiphany will be held at St. An-
irew's church, corner of Division
and Catherine.
0-Freshman basketball ear prac-
ices in Waterman gymnasium.
M0-Alpha Chi Omega dance in Un-
on.
*--Alpha Delta Zeta dinner in room
319, Union.
0-Liberal club nezts in room 302,
Jnion.
X)--Upper Room Bible class meets
n Lane hall.
30-All Craftsmen meet in Masonic
temnple.
30--Student Volunteer group meets
n Wesley hall. William T. Williams,
23M%. speaks.
i0-Iilinois - Michigan basketball1
;ame in Waterman gymnasium.
0-Movie at 'Wesley hall, "The
Histress of Shenstone."
0-Fred J. Libbey, of Washington,
peaks on "The War Against War"
n -Natural Science auditorium.

4 :00-Xmzs music by the Ypsilanti
Normal school orchestra in the Un-
ion.,
S:3--Social hour at Piesbyteria i
church.
6:00-13apfist Guild.. Frienithip hour
in Baptist church parlors. Refresh-
mentu.
6 :30-Presbyterian Young Peoples' so-
ciety meets. William T. Williams,
'23M, speaks on "The Scope for
Christian Activity in My Chosen Pro-
fession."
6:30-Congregational Students' Fire-
side chat. Mr. Libbey speaks on ex-
periences in reconstruction work in
Europe.
7:30-Edgar A. Guest: speaks in 11ew
Methodist church.
U-NOTICES
All group pictures for the 1923 Mich-
iganensian must be taken during
the month of January. All frater-
nities, sororities, house clubs, and
campus organizations must pay for
their space in the' 'Enslan before
these pictures can be taken. Ap-
pointments should be made with -
photographers direct.
All freshman lits -who are interested
in trying out for class, basketball
team, are urged to attend practices
in Waterman gymnasium. The prac-
tices are scheduled as follows: Fri-
day, 6-7:30 o'clock; Saturday, 2-5
o'clock, and Monday, 6-7:30 o'clock.
Army-Navy Football Date Set
New York, Jan. 4.-The annual
Army-Navy football game will be
played at the Polo grounds, home of
the national league baseball club,
Nov. 24, Secretary Tierney, of the
club, announced tonight after a con-

10:40 A. M.
Sermon topic: "The Partial Con-
flict o' Faith and Hope."
9:45 A. M.
The Sunday School
5:45 P. M.
Young People's Supper
6:30 P. M.
Discussion led by E. Doral Bartley
A Cordial Welcoine
"Faith is not the opposite of doubt,
which is a 1?ecessary part 'of knowl-
edge, but of timidity, which is a dis-
ease of the soul."-Kirsopp Lake.

ZION LUTHERAN
CHURCH
Fifth Ave. and Washington St.
E. C. STELLIIORN, Pastor
9:30 A.M.-Pastor's Bible Class in th'
Church parlor. Lesson, Luke 1
10-1 '
10:30 A. M.-(German) Sermon, "Tb
Anointing of Jesus." John 1, 29-39
5:30 P. M.--Student Forum. Discum
sion, "Why a Divided Christianity
Arthur A. Theuerkauf, leader.
7:30 P. M-Sermon. "The Odd Spar
rov." A' lesson in encouragemen
Luke 12, 4-9.

BETHLEHEM EVANGELICAl
CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
4th Ave, near Packard
G. A. NEUMANN, Pastor
lunday School at 9:00 a. hn.
*hurch Service 10:00 a. m. English.
,hurch Service 11:00 a. m. German.
'ubject: "FULL EQUALITY IN THI
KINGDOM OF GOD."
Students Cordially Welcomed
ST. PAUL'S.LUTHERAN

R. EDWARD SAYLES, Minister.
HOWARD R. CHAPMAN,
Minister of Unliersity Students
10:30--"The Bequest of Peace." Mr.
Sayles.
12:00-Students' Class at Guild House.
Mr. Chapman.
6:00-Students' Friendship Hour at
Church.
6:30-Guild Devotional Meeting.
"A Roman God with Two
Faces." Norman J. Johnson,
leader.
7:30-Sermon on "Dr. E. L. Trudeau
by Mr. Sayles.

FIRST BAPTIST
CHURCH

LANE HALL

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"UPPER ROOM"
BIBLE CLASSES

See "Upper Room" Bulletin
and Printed Schedule
Sunday Class for Men from

9:30 to 10:15

CHURCH

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH

y Missouri Synod)
Corner Third and West Huron Sts.
CARL A. BRAUER, Pastor

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REV. A. W. STALKER, D.D., Minister

XiSS ELLEJN W. OGRE, StUdent Direetor
1f:30 A, M. Morning Worship. Pastor's subiect: "LIFE. A GAME."
12:00 Noon Five Bible Classes (for students) in Wesley Hall.
6:30 P. M. Wesleyan Guild Devotional Meeting. Miss Margaret Stair, leader
7:30 P. M. Weslevan Guild Lecture. Mr. Edgar Guest. sneaker.
Snecial Music: "Prelude F Minor" (Salome). Mrs. Rhead: "Benedictus"
(Gounori). the. chorus choir; "Before the Heavens were spread
abroad" (Parker). the chorus choir; "Call me Forth with Thine
Elected" (from Mangoni Requiem) (Verdi), Mr. Dewey: "Elevation'
(Lemaigre), Mrs. Rhead; "Almighty Show thy Grace to me (Krem-
ser), the chorus choir; "People Victorious" (from Hora Novissima)
(Parker), Miss Howe; "Grand Chorous" (Dubois), Mrs. Rhead.
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
"THE STONE CHURCH WITH A WARM WELCOME"
HERBERT ATCHINSON JUMP, Minister
E. KNOX MITCHELL, JR., Student Pastor
MARY KIMBALL MILLAR, Women's Secretary

SERVICES

9:30-German

0:30-Bible School.

1:30-English.

7:30-English Service.

7:30 Wed.-Midweek Service.

SUNDAY
--TiiversIty lien's Biblb class
ts in Upper room, Lane hall .
-Fred J. Libbey, of Washington,
ks in Congregational church.
ject, "America's Place in the

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CHURCH OF CHRIST
(DISCIPLES)
S. UNIVERSITY
F. P. ARTHUR, Pastor
lible School at 9:30 A. M.
(Prof. Barnhill, Supt.)
'0:30 A. MT.-Subject: "Beginning w,
Jerusalem."
3lble Classes for students at noon.
(H. C. Coffman, leader.)
Vfen's Club at noon-Dr. Stauffer.
teacher.
C. E. at 6:30 P. M.
7:30 P. M.-Service-Pictures from
memory.
All Students Cordially Invited

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
DIVISION AND HURON
REV. L. A. BARRETT, D.D., Minister
LEWIS C. REIMANN, Seely Men Students
MISS HELEN SHAW BROEKSMIT, Seey Women Students
10:30
"THE TEST FOR THE NEW YEAR"
12:00
STUDENTS' CLASS
Fredericl: J. Libby. Executive National Council for Prevention
o1 War. will sneak on
"NO MORE WAR"
5:30
SOCIAL HOUR. ALL INVITED
6:30
C. E. MEETIN(
William T. Williams, '231, will lead
Tonic: "Why I have chosen the nrofession for which I am
preparing. Its scope for Christian activity."
zt. Inbrew's Epfscopal Cbuvcb
COR. CATHERINE AND DIVISION STREETS
HENRY LEWIS, Rector
CHARLES T. WEBB, Student Pastor
MISS RACHEL HAVILAND, Secretary
First Sunday after the Epiphany
8 00-Holy Communion.
9:00-Church School at Harris Hall.
10:30-Holy Communion and Sermon by the Rector. Subject: "The Lost
Radiance of the Christian Religion.
5:30-A small chorus of the Ypsilanti Normal choir will give Christmas music
and Mr. Alexander will give an address on the music.
6:15-Student Supper at Harris Hall.
4:00-6:00-On Wednesday Open House at Harris Hall for Men and Women.

:00--Students' class meets in Church
>f Christ. Subject, "Nicodemus the
[nquire:."
:00-BaptIst guild meets in Baptist
Guild house. Mr. Chapman leads.
:00-Fred J, Libbey, of Washington,
speakM in Presbyterian church on
'No More War." 4
0----atinee MusIcal in Assembly
hall, Union.

ference with Col. Koekler, of West
Point. The financial arrangements,
were not made public.
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Movie in Wesley Hall tonight. "The
IMistress of Shenstone." Everyone
welcome.--Adv.
-
New Tuxedo Suits for Rental. Wild
and Co. State Street.-Adv.j
For Taxi 25c 445.-Adv.

10:30 a, in.--Frederick J. Libby of Washington will speak on "The War
Against War."
12:00-Women'4 Student Class conducted by Prof. Humphrey.
6:30 p. m.-Students Fireside Chat. Topic, "A Student's Creed for 1923."
All Congregational students who have resolved to attend church more diligent-
lv in the New Year are invited to remain behind at the morning
service and receive the thanks of the ministers..

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