100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

January 26, 1923 - Image 8

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1923-01-26

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THlE

t..

,ICI l .f ,l J ..

y

r

OFFICIAL BULLETIN

11 L
blication in
University.
Ime 3

I

the Bulletin is constructive notice to
Copy received until 3:90 n. m. (11:301
FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1923

all members of
a. m. Saturday.)
Number 1

schedules of the Observation hours will be distributed, and class sittings
be reserved. This meeting, If missed, cannot be made up.
C 0. DAVIS.
Lecture by Hugh Walpole:
The sixth lecture in the Oratorical Association Series will be delivered
by Mr. Hugh Walpole In Hill Auditorium tonight at 8 o'clock. His subect
will be "Books and Friendship"
E. T. RAMSDELL, president.
Cosmopolitan club:
Important director's meeting Friday at 4 p .m. in my office, 302 Univer
sity hall. J. A. C. HILDNER.

BL UE BOOKS
Al Szs and Kinds

Fountain Pens
Waterman Conklin Parker
Wahr's Special

Students in the Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
Attention' is called to the fact that Registration (including payment of
fees, classification, and enrollment) must be entirely completed before the
first day of the semester, Tuesday, Feb. 13. Students failing to complete
t'heir registration and classification before the first day of the semester are
required to pay a fee of five dollars.
CLASSIFICATION COMMITTEE.
Lloyd's Scholarship in Marine Engineering:
Attention is called at this time to the above Scholarship on account of
its being determined on the basis of the Final Examinations in each Semes-
ter of the Freshman Year.
The value of the Scholarship-iS $500 per year and is awarded for three
years. For full particulars'see the announcement of the College of En-
gineering. H. C. SADLER.
All Students in the College of Engineering:
At a meeting of the Student Honor Committee it was resolved: "That
all instructors be asked neither to accept nor corrgct blue books until the
honor pledge has been signed." A letter to this effect has been sent to the
various instructors.
C. A. CAMPBELL,
Chairman Student Honor Committee.
Candidates - to Teach French and Spanish:
Candidates for the Teachers' Diploma expecting to teach French or
Spanish should confer with Professor Canfield for French, Professor Wag-
ner for Spanish. A. G. CANFIELD.
February Seniors-School of Education:
Diploma and Life Certificate fees are payable at the present time. All
who wish their names presented for Diplomas, or Certificates should attend
to this matter not later than Feb. 14. Blanks for this purpose can be se-
cured at the office of the School of Education.
MARGARET CA.MFRON, Secretary.
Examination in French 1:
All sections of French 1 will meet in Room B of the Law building for
their final examination on the first Saturday, Feb. 3, 2-5 o'clock. Mr.
Michaud will be in charge, assisted by Mr. Hootkins and Mr. Grant.
A. G. CANFIELD.
Examination In Spanish 1;
All sections of Spanish 1 taught by Mr. Herrera, Mr. Garcia, and Mr.
Eddy will hold their final examination n the Physics West Lecture Room,
Feb. 3. 2-5 o'clock. Mr. Eddy will be in charge, assisted by Mr. Herrera
and i .&. Garcia. All other sections of Spanish 1 will meet in the Natural
Science Auditorium, Feb. 3, 2-5 o'clock. Mr. Winter in barge, Mr. Ballou
and Mr. Purnell asgisting.
A. G. CANFIELD.
Rhetoric 12-Rook Reviewing:
Open to Juniors and Seniors who have had one year of English litera-
ture in college, or an equivalent. Sections at 9, 10, and 11, M. W. F., in
202 West Hall. H. S. MALLORY.
Political Science I; Final Examination:,
Final Examination in Political Science I will be held Monday, Feb. 5,
2-5 p. m., as follows:
A-L (inclusive) Room B Law building.
M-R (inclusive) West Physics Lecture Room.
S-Z (inclusive) Room 348 Engineering building.
J. S. REEVES.
Political Science 10:
Dealing wkth local government exclusive of municipal government, will
be offered the second semester. It is a two hour course, hours to be ar-
ranged with me. It is open to graduates, and to such undergraduates as
have fulfilled the proper requirements. The first meeting will be held Mon-
day, Feb. 12, at 4 p. m., in room 203 of the Economics building; and at that
time the regular hours of meeting will be arranged. Thcese desiring further
information may consult me by telephone. JAMES HART.
English 2:
All those students who expect to take English 2 in a section different
froli. that in which they have taken English 1, must come for assignment
t6 Dean Humphrey's Office on Feb. 5, 6, or 7, between 10 a.Ch. and 12 m"
0O. J. CAMPBE~LL.

UNIVERSITY
BOOKSTORE

WHAT'S GOING ON,
YOTiCE -Copy for this column should
be submitted by 5:30 o'clock o.
the day before publication.
FRIDAY
12:00-Law faculty luncheon in Un-
ion.h
:00-llstrated ieciure in Presbyter-
ian church. W. H1. Hudnut speaks!
on "Misions of South Africa."
4 :00-Directors of the Cosmopolitan
club meet in room 302, Union.
8 :00-Oratorical association lecture.1
Hugh .Walpole speaks.
SATURDAY
12:00-Board of directors luncheon in
Union.
1:00-Alumnae luncheon in room 319,
Union.
E :00---Movie in Wesley hall. Mae
Marsh in "The Foolish Age."
U-NOTICES
11 fraternities and sororities, and
other campus organizations must
have lists of members, and other
copy for the 1923 Michiganenslan in
by Jan. 25. Copy should be turned
in as soon as possible at the 'En-
sian office.
Sophomore class dues are payable.
They may be mailed to Ray Billing-
ton, class treasurer at 1102 Oakland
avenue.
Illinois ex-service men may receive
applications for Illinois state bon-
"1

Progressive Bloc
Endorses Illinois
Man For Speaker

i.

"* :
a l

ur Spring Woolens
The Choicest Selection for 1923 as Depicted by
THE INTERNATIONAL TAILORING COMPANY
CHICAGO
THE STORRS = SCHAEFER COMPANY
CINCINNATI
and the smartest styles of the Designers' Art are ready
and awaiting your inspection.
Our14OfmSale
On Entire Stock of Men's, Young Men's, Boys' and Chil-
dren's Suits and Overcoats is still on to make room for
Our Spring Stocks.

/mwf

14f

n

Rep. William J. Graham
Rep. William J. Graham, of Illinois,
has the backing of the progressive
and farm block in congress in the race
for the speaker's chair. Nick Long-
worth is the choice of the "old guard."

JrertC

I

FASHION PARK CLOTHIERS
NEXT TO WYERTH THEATER

r

uses by calling ior them in U a ages. Iowa and Wisconsin have run
board room, Lane hall. true to form although Iowa was not
the time for the photographing of the generally conceded a victory over
Delta Sigma Rho group picture for Michigan. c
the Michiganensian has been chang- Most of the other teams in the Con-
ed fom hursay o 12o'cockference have run their regular pace
Monday noon, Jan. 29. with Purdue and Illinois being a lit-
All juniors are asked to report at 1:30
o'clck omorowaftenoo atthetle below average. Chicago, Indianat
o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the Ohio State, and Minnesota may be
Engineering arch for the group pic~ safely counted out of the chase but
tore of the class which is to be tak- they are apt to make trouble for all
en, at this time. Everyone is re- telaes otwsen ude
questecho wear the distinctivedrs the. leaders. Northwestern, ,Purdue]
othe c a sdressand Illinois have a better chance than
of h s.the first four to close the season near
the top of the list while Michigan1
Court Team Ready 'Wisconsin, and Iowa are looked upon
For O State as the championship contenders.
Badgers Have Short Pass
Wisconsin comes here Feb. 10, for
(Continued from Page Seven) the first contest Mather's men will
at center, the latter probably in case play after tomorrow night. The Bad-
Cappon is in shape to take up his gers will show the most finished ex-
guard duties. Rice is a hard worker ample of the short pass game that
and is developing rapidly so that he has been seen here this winter as Dr.
shows promise of future brilliance but Meanwell,, Cardinal coach, is looked
naturally lacks the valuable experi- upon as the father of that style of
ence that either Ely or Birks can play. It has not proved successful
carry into a game. Miller and Hag- against Michigan this year as execut-
gerty will be at the forwards and Pa- ed by Illinois and Northwestern. The
per at his regular post at guard. Conference tiTle may depend upon
Run True to Form how much better Meanwell's own
Now that the first half of the sea- team can play it.
son is over it 'is interesting to note ____________
that the teams picked by Coach Math- RUHR MANUFACTURERS FINED
er at the beginning of the season to $20,000 BY COURT MARTIAL
be Michigan's greatest obstacle in the
championship race are safely enscon- ! ayence, Jan. 25.-(By A.P.)-
ced in first place with perfect aver- The six German industrialists
headed by Fritz Thyssen, who
were arrested by the French oc-
J-HOP NOTICE cupation authorities in the Ruhr
' for refusing to carry out orders
All fraternities, organizations given them to insure reparation
or groups having booths at the deliveries from their respective
J-Hop are requested to mail, plants, were convicted here today
as soon as possible, a complete by court martial.
list of their guests to the J-Hop In each instance fines were im-
editor, Michigan Daily. posed in francs . The aggregate
amount, translated into American
money, was $20,000.

r

es 40, Cost Accounting, Final Examination:
final examination in Economics 40 will be
o 5 p. ri. in room 101 Economics building.

held Saturday, Feb. 3,
F. E. ROSS.

eonomics 48 Auditing, Second Semester:
The section in Economics 43 scheduled for 2 o'clock on Mondays, Wed-
sdays, and Fridays has been changed to 11 o'clock on Tuesdays, Thurs-
, and Saturdays. F. E. ROSS.
ollge of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Department of Mathematics:
Examination in the following courses in mathematics will be held
riday, Feb. 2, from 2 to 5 p. m. in the rooms here listed:
Math. --Natural Science Auditorium. s
Math. 1-All sections except Bradshaw's, Johnson's, and Peterson's,
aw building, B.
Math. 1-Only sections of Bradshaw, Johnson and Peterson, West Phys-
r.Leature Room.
Math. 1E-Tappan I-all, 203.
Math. 2-Economics building, 101.'
Math. 51-West Gallery of Alumni Memorial Hall.
J. L. MARKLEY.
11 SeWtions in Drawing 1 and 3 and Others:
All locks mut be removed from the lockers in Drawing Rooms 436,
7, 438, 439, 418, 419, 423, 424 New Engineering building by Saturday noon,
e-b, 3. All locks not removed at that time will be cut from the lockers.
his is necessary in order that the students using the rooms next semester
ay have sufficient lockers for drawing equipment.
H. W. MILLER.
tudents Electing Highway Engineering Option:
Civil Enginering 'ia., three hours, Design of Highway Structures, has
en discontinued. A new course, C. E. 9, two hours, will be offered in the
econd semester, and will cover practically the same ground as C. E. 70,
ighway Structures, described in the Announcement of the Graduate Short
etiod Courses in Highway Engineering and Highway Transport.
A. H. BLANCHARD.
irst Meeting of Observation Classes:
Every student .elating any course in Observation is required to meet
7ednesday, Feb. 14, from 4 to 6 in the Auditorium of the Ann Arbor High
chool. Thn detailed plans of the Observation work will be given out, I

L

T 0aPB~

UNITED CIGAR STORE

p0

SPECIAL 98c DEAL

FREE - Two 15c Tins of any Smoking
Tobacco and Two Dozen Pipe Cleaners
with every 98c Pipe, while they last !
Gillette Razor Blades, One Dozen for..............79c
THE RIGHT STORE WITH THE RIGHT PRICE

Jetter & DeFries
118 EAST HURON STREET
PHONE 64-R

_

l.

_. M

TONIGHT!

t

ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION LECTURE

HILL AUDITORIUM

SUBJECT

Y

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan