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Y n In the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
rsity. Copy received until 3:30 D. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)
IUN)DAY, JAkNUARY 7, 192.: Nubetr7

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Zolg Department Arranges
Lectuares For Next Sentester,

Lillie, of the University of Chicago, that the classificatioii : pp~
also ;a former Michigan instructor, ed by intelligence teo. ~ r
who will sneak on Biology of Sex". liable and useful 'cL >
Two other speakers are yet to be sew~ is afforded by any off
cured. We, do not argue that o
_________________examinations and ot 1
subject matter exami.
Whipl- e.nd
;, Y ipp e. ete 5 abolished despite the fact ta
Intellect- Te 3ts readily be demonstrated t tle cJ s
-examinations is distinctly 1*5 acr-

-, that afforded by intelligence
far as tie tests,,given
Saprobation in the li-
Y! igan is concerned, those
;~3 s it is to make use of
v r convinced, unless I ami
'ujredthat the success in the
inte iwcteAs are important factors
r: u, .~ngAOn the treatments of the
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eo Deans:
ere will be no, conference of the Deans on Wednesday, January 10.
ext conference will take place Wednesday, January 17, at 10 a. in., in
>re~ident's office. M. L. BURTON.
,rsty Senate:
'e second regular meeting of .the University- Senate for the year will
4d in Room C, Law Building, on Monday, 'January 15, at 8: 001 p. m.
-of business:-
eport of Board in Control of Athletics
Qemorial to.,Dr. Van Zwaluwenbr-erg
Report of committee appointed to formulate a plan for Mid-week Vespers.
JOHN BRADSHA'W, Secretary of the Senate.
fe Council:
he fourth regular meeting of the Senate Council for the 'year will, be
in the President's office Mondlay, January 8, at 4:15 p. m.
F. E. ROBBINS, Secretary.
4t Records :
Cw years ago there was' established in the Pr'esident's Office a con-
tal academic and personal record of the members of the faculties.
a. view to makting this record complete, blanks are now being sent to
members of the faculties who either because they have recently come
e University 'or for any other' reason have not filed such records.. The
Las proved to be of real and practical value, and the co-operation of
ty members ini maintaining it, by promptly, filing their records, will
ppreciatetd. F. E. ROBBINS.
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01 members of the class, will report to Dr. Barrett at the Psychopathic,
ital, Tuesday, January 9 at 2 p. gyn. E. B. SKAGGS.
Pest Debate:
?relminaries for the Mid-West d, bate must be completed in Alpha Nu
.Adelphi by Friday, January 12. The independent try-out for others
e Campus will be held Saturday morning, January 13 at 8 o'clock.
question is as follows: "Resolve 1, that whatever statutory or constl-
nal changes are necessary to re Eder impossible the use of injunctions
bor disputes in the United States should be immediately made."
RAY K. IMMEL, Contest Director.
[es--Tryouts for Mkembershp:
Cry-outs for membership in MasQ'ies will be held in Sarah Caswell An-
Hall at 4 o'clock Monday, Tuesd y, and Wednesday, January 9, 10, 11.
bers of Masques are expected to be present to assist in the choice of new
hers.J. RALEIGH NELSON.

IEleven lectures, dealing with bio-
logical subjects, will be given at reg-
ular intervals throughout; the second
semester under the auspices of the
zoology depar'tment. Men of national
reputation have been secured for this
series and each wil deliver one lec-
ture, to which the general public is
invited. Several talks of af technical
nature, especially provided for a~i-
vanced students, will also- be given:
Although dates have not yet been
arranged,' a number of men have ac-
cepted invitations to speak in Ann
Arbor during, the second semester.
Prof. T. H. Morgan, of the University
of California, an authority on heredi-
ty, will be the most important figure
in this series. The: topic of Dr. Mor-
gan 's talk will be0 announced at a lat-
er date. Prof. Raymond Pearl, o1
,Johns- Hopkins Medical school, bot-
anist, and student of vital statistics,
will discuss the problems raised by
increased pofiulation bearing upon the
results of the war. Prof. T-. S. Jen-

"nings, also of Johns, .Hopkins, will
speak on some phase of genetics. Dr.
[Jennings and P rofessor M organ were

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department here.
Others who hav~e accepted invita-
tions are: Prof. C. A. Kofid, of the
University of California, who will'
speak on "The Relation of the Amoe-,
ba to Human Disease", Dr. L. 0.
Howard, of the bureau of ethnology of
the U. S. department of agriculture,
who will discuss economic ethnology
and son-e ipractical applications, Prof.
L. J. Henderson of the University of
Pennsylvania, a biological chemist,
'who will talk on "The Fitness xof En-
vironment", Prof. C. R. Stockard, head
of the anatomy and embryology de-
partments at the Cornell medical col-
loge, who will discuss the effects o1
alcohol on various animals, Prof. C.
El. McClung of the University of Penn-
sylvania, an emrinent cytologist, who
will talk, on chromozones and their
bearing on heredity, and Prof. F'. R.

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really. is. But educational psycholo-
*i.iare. fairly well agreed that Intel-
igence tests do measure in a fairly
accurate. mannier that intrinsic -cap-
acity to learn' that is at the root of
school progress, and, as far as that
is concerned, physicists do not hesitate
to measure electricity while they de-
bate about its. ultimate nature, and
simrilarly, the experimental psycholo-
gist proceeds with his elaborate tech-
nique of laboratory investigation de-
spite the fact that few of his. kind'
would agree -as to the ultimate nature
of mind, itself.
Riesuits Are Realable
"In the second' place, there is an!
imposing bulk of evidence to show
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"e will be a. very important m~et ng of the Players Club in room 205
fall, Monday at 4 o'clock. Any others interested in the. work of
are invited to attend. ROBERT S. TUBBS, President.
Societies, Editorial B~oards and Similar {Organizations:
all memnbers of the Universl y faculties holding office in learned
for the current year have reported, as requested. Will the de-
3, please write~ to me' at 9nee. The information, as nearly complete
ble, is desired by a special committee investigating the whole mat-
tedac at scientific meetings. The committee would like to have
nams of all -who attended s ?ch meetings during the recent Christ-
%tion as officers, as readers o' papers or only °as members. Address
y, Hall 9. ALFRED H. LLOYD.
4uctioin Plays, Final Rehearsils:
following appointments for rehearsals, apply to the use of the
University FIall andl must he promptly kept. Other rehearsals 'must
in other rols.
January 8 at 2, "Six Why Pass"; at 3,, "The Exchange"; at 4
ch Ado", Act 1, Scene 1, Act III, Scene 2, and Act IV, Scene I..
~January 9 at 3, "Much. Ado", Act 111, Scene 1, Act I, Scene 3, and
I, Scene 2; at 4, "Much Ado", Act- III, Scene 3, Act III,' Sceite 5,
IV, Scene 2; at 5, "Much Ado" Act V, Scene 1; at 7:30, "Much Ado",
It, Scene 3 with musicians; at 8, "Much Ado", Act I. Scene 1 and.
V, ,Scene 4 with musicians.
lay,1 January 10 at 2 ,"Eugenically, Speaking"; st 2:3~0, "The Perfect
'y at 4, "Six Who Pass"; at 5, "The Exchange",
y, January 11 at 4, "Much Ado", Act V, Scene 1, Act III, Scene 5.
Janua~ry- 12 at 1, "Eugenically ;Speaking"; at 2, "The.Perfect' Cure";
Free pu~blic review of " Six Who Pass" and "The Exchange".
Y, Janu~ary 13 at 9, Dress rehearsal of "Eugenically Speaking"; at
Dress rehearsal of "The Perfect Cure'; at 1;,30, All scenes from
ch1 ;Ado" - in order. Entire cast~ and stage !crew must be present.
Janary15 at 7, Dress rehearsal of "Much Ado".
,,anuay 16 at 4, Stage set for. "Eugenically Speaking" and "The
Iect Cre"; at 8, Public perfjarmance of "Eugenically Speaking"
"The Perfet Cure" Make-up at 7.
lay January 17 at 4, Stage sc 3nery rehearsal for "Much Ado".
,y,,g ry 18 at 6:34, Make-aip for "Much'"Ado"; at 8 (sharp),
le, perfomance of "Much Ado".
--- R. D. T. HOLLISTER

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