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January 25, 1923 - Image 8

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eBulletin is constructive notice to
)nv 't'ereid until 3-."0 D. Mn. (11:30

all members of
a. mn. Saturday.)


yof the Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
ere will be a meeting of the faculty of these. colleges on Thur-~
a~.25, at; :4:15 p.,., in Room 411 Engineering building.
LOUIS A. HOPKINS, Secretary.
adents in the, College of Engineering:
a meeting of the Student Honor Committee it was resolved: "That
tractors be asked neither to accept nor correct blue boob., until thi
pledge has been signed." A -letter to this effect has been sent to the
Chairman Stuident Honor Committee.
it t the Colleges ofEngineering avd4 Arcbitevture:
tetoni called to the fact that Registration (including payment of
asstflcation, and enrollment) must be entirely completed' before the
ayof the semester. Stuxdents failing to complete their registration
the frst da~y of the semester are required to pay a late registration
fivye dolla~rs,
ttee for the Study of Engineering Education:
ie Committee tor the study of Engineering Education will meet in
Lry Hopkins' office at 3 o'clock Thursday.,
aiecal Engineering 29:
Lii' sections of Mechanical Engineering 29 will meet in the Natural
e Auditorium at 7:30 p. in. on Wednesday and Friday evening, Jan.
26. Thlere will be no meeting at,"tbe regular class period on Wednes-
'Frida~y. W. E. LAY.
Il Librairy Wants:
e 'Unvesity Library aims 'to keep at least two sets of all Michigan
itons. There has been great difficulty. in completing the second set
Ain J(-Mrnals.
The following are needed for binding:

( eologicai Journal club):
Th'lere 'will be a meeting of the Club in Room G 436, Natural Science
building at 7:30 p. m. on Thursday, Jan. 25.
*PROGRAM: A General Discussion o( the Programs Presented Before
the Geological Society of America and Affiliated Societies at the Christmu'
Mfeetings Held in Anni Arbor.
All interested arc cordially invited to attend. L. M. GO}ULD.
he Tenipest:
The classes, in Shakesperian Reading will give a recital of scenes from
"The Tempest" tonight at 9 o'clock in the auditorium of University Hall. Free
to the pulic. L. IM.' EICH.
There will be no meeting of the Craftsmen this week. The first meeting
is to be heQld after the beginning of the new senmester, announcement of which
will be made at a later date. J. W. HOSTRUP,.
The time for, the Delta Sigma Rho'; picture has been changed from
Thursmday, Jan. 25, to Mlonday, Jan. 29. Meet a~t Spedding's studio promptly
at 12 o'clock, noon. All members, including those recently elected, are
urged to be present.
There will be a short business meeting of the society at 6:45 p. mn. on
Thursday, Jan. 25, in Room 205, Mason Ha.01. All old mtem~bers are re-
iquested to be present if possible.
GEORGE +L' BIGGS, President.
au nd Blade Club:.
All memaber's of the Gun ar~d Blade club ara especially andi urgently

requested to come to the meeting of th~e club in th~e Union at .:30 to)night.
It 'will b2 held in room 323. Btisiness of the highest importance to the
future of the club w ill be transacted and no member or prospective mcm-
,ber can afford to mifss it.
Thie reguiar monthly meeting of the Prescott Club will Ebe held Thuirsday ,
evening,, Jan. 25, at 7:30 p. m. in Room 303 Chlemistry buldcing. 'Thie
principal speakers of the evening will be Mlr. Grnmniett ilA --MA."Wcbster,
two of Detroit's leading pharmacists. The public is invit"ed.



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x909 Vol. 1,. Nos 4-9.
194910 Vol. 2, Nos. 3-4.
190-1 Vol. 3, Nos: 1, 3, 4,'7, 9.
1911-1,2 Vol. 4, Nos. 1-5, 7-8.
1913-13 Vol. 6, Nos. 7-8.
1914-16 Vol. 7, Nos.1,5
191- -16 Vol. 8, Nos. 4, ,9.
1917-1.8 Vol. 10, Nos. 4-5, 7.
1918-19 Vol. 11, Nos. 1, 6.
If any member of the University
call be mos~t grateful.

1919-20 Vol. 12, Nos. 1, 4-6, 8.
InaeVol. 3, 1892-93, May.
Vol." 9, 1898-99, Nos. 2,. 3, 6.
Vol. 10, 1899-1900, No. 5.
Michigan Alumnus:
1894-95 Vol. 1, Nos. 3, 5, 6 8.
1895-96 Vol. 2,. No. -9 (2 copies).
can supply any of these numbers, we
VIM. W. BISHOP, Librarian.

"He's still sending his clothes to that(
Fashioned hand cleaning and pressing sh~o

He doesn't relalize that the White

;ish 30:
There ha.ve been a sufficient number of applicants for English 30-Thre
of Wodsworth-to insure the'giving of the, course. Students who have
Englilsh, or equivalent, may enroll in the course. Three hours, M., W.,
at 1, Room 208, T. H. S. F. GINGERICH.
dente Electing Highway EngineeringOption1:'
CIVU Engineering 7a, :three hours, Design of Highway Structur es, has
ri iscontinued. A new course, C. E. 9, two hours, 'will be offeredc in the
)nd seeter, and 'will cover practically the same ground as C. E. 70,
hway Struictures, described in the Announcement. of the G'raduate Short
od Courses in Highway Engineering and Highway Transport.
nck 1 Examination:
All sections of French 1I will meet in Room B of the Law building for
'r final exainat~ion on the first Saturday or Feb. 3, 2-5 o'clock. Mr.
haud will be in charge, assisted by Mr. Hootkins and Mr. Grant.
tmalnatlon in laiiishI :
All sections of Spanish 1 taught by Mr. Herrera, Mr. Garcia, and Mr.
Iy will 11o14 their final examination in the) Physics West Lecture Room,
3, 2-5 o'clock. Mr. Eddy will be in charge, assisted by Mr. HeIrrera
Mr. Garcia. All other ~sections of Spanish 1 will meet in the Natural
)nce Auditorium, Feb. 3, 2-5 o'clock. Mr. Winter in charge, Mr. Bllou
Mr. P~urnell1assisting. A. G. CANFLELD.
iooy Courses:
Attention of students is called to. the following courses offered in the
artmnent 'otf Sociology which do not appear listed in the general cats'-
Psychiatry: First meeting. at Psychopathic Hospital, Monday, Feb. 12,
o'clock, 2 hour~s credit. Dr. T. Raphael. For admission to this course
lent should consult Dr. Raphael at the Psychopathic Hospital.
Seminar in Psychiatric Social Work : First meeting, to arrange for
maneat time for course, to be held at Psychopathic Hospital, Tuesday,'
13, at 3 :30 o'clock} 2 hours credit.,
Sociology 23d: Dr. T. Raphael. For .admission, students should con-
Dr. R~aphae..
ModicaJ Social 'Work, Sociology 23e: First- meeting, Wednesda~y, Feb.
Social Service 'Departirnent, Uniyersity Hospital, 2 hours credit. 'Miss
oh ~Ketchamn. For, admission to this course student ".should consult
s etchami or Professor A. E. Wood.
Psychiatric, Social Work, Sociology 23c: First meoting, Friday, Feb.
at< 4 o'clock, Room 104 Ec. 2 hours credit. Dr. N. L. Perkins.
Racee Pr~oblemis and Americanization, Sociology 33a: first meeting,
day, Fdb. 16, at 2 o'clock, Room 205, Economic; building, 2 hours credit.
H. L. Lurie.
Institutional :Management and Problems, Sociology '36:. First meeting of
rse Monday, Feb. 12. Room 104, Economics building, 2 hours credit. Pro-
o? A. E.Wood.'
A- small am~ounut of Field Work is permitted to undergraduates in con-
tiozn with these courses, and a larger amount to 'graduate students. Stu-
ts should enroll for field work on, separate cards, as for regular courses,
shopuld state the courses in connection with which the field work i~s to
taen nd also the number of hours of field 'work applied for. Permis
~ifom Professor A. E. WoQd1 must be securcd. in each case,
itlc4l Science 1, Quiz Section 19)
Teewill be no mieeting of my quiz :section at 9 o'clock, Thursday,
L.2.Other section~s ,at this hou~r will meet as usual..

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heavy d.resses, scarfs, sweaters,. velvets, furs, soft
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Cost Atccounting, Final 'Examination:
exa~mnation in Economrics 40 will be held
m., in roonm 101 Economfics buildling.

Saturday, Feb. 3,

Auditing, Second Semester:
)n in Economics 43 scheduled for 2 o'clock on M1ondays, Wed-
Fridays has 'been changed to 11 o'clock on Tuesdays, ThZurs-
irdays. F. E. ROSS.
erature, 14elence, and the Arts, Decpartment of thnt:
in in the following courses in miathematics will be hei4~




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