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THE miCHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, TAN

xY

1. 1 1 4

D-L OFCALBLITN
DA L L ~ NPublication in- the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
thietUniversity. Copy received until 3:2,0 pin. (11:30 a. in. Saturday.)
Volume 3 SITN1)AY, ,JA!NUARY.12 12i,. 123
To the W~ns:
Owing to, the, announced visit of the Senate Committee on the University,
Wednesday, January,31, it will be impossible to hold a conference of the
Deans on that date. There will, however, be a conference at 10 A. M. Wed-
nesday, February 7, in the Pres ident's office. M. B.TU RTO t.
SumrSsinAnucmn:The Preliminary Announcement containing full descr i~ctns of all
courses to be given during the Summer Session of 1923 in the College of
Literatutre, Science, and the Arts, the School of Education, and the Gradcu-
ate, School will be ready for distribution Tuesday morning, Jani. '30 Copies
may be obtained at the various registration toffices.
E. 11. IPAU;S.
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 daiy of the semester, Tuesday, Feb. 13.' Students failing to complete
their registra.tion and classification before the first day of the semester are
required to pay..a fee of five dollars.
CLASSIFICATION COMMITTEE.
Students in they School of Education:
The office of the School of Education will be open for' Registration for'
the second semester from 9 to 12 and 2 to 5 from Feb a' to 9, inclusive. Re,-
istration, including paymnent of fees, classification and enrollment, must, beI
entirely cozmplete4 before 5 o'clock, Feb. 9, or a payment of five dollars will
be required.s MARGARET CAMERON, Secretary.

C;,!,JAdtot! Studenits in Iatheniaties anid Physics:
T he following course should be adder to the list of courses in Mathe-
natics 0nn1) . 118 of the Announcement of the Graduate School:
Mathewatics 74: 'Partial Differential Equations. Second Semester.
Hours to be arranged. Three hours credit. Professor H-ildebrandt.
Solution of partial differ'ential equations of first order. 'The principal
partial differential equations of mathematical physics and methods of solu-
tion. T. H. HILDEBRANDT.
Play Prod .iction lkleetions:
I shall1 be in my office in the auditorium of University Hall from 1 to 2
en Tuesday, January 30, to consult with these whd wish to elect courses
14a., 14f, or~ 14g in Public Speaking. R. D. T. HOLLIST1 . I
I ,
University of 3Iiehigaii Chamber of Comnmerce:
Mvembers of the, University Chamber of Commerce who desire io attendl
the luncheon at the Chamber of Commerce ,Inn Tuesday noon will please
notify "Walter Nichols ~at 1128-J before Monday night. Mr. M. L. Garlock
of L.ansing of the State Automobile Association will be the speaker.
R. L. SMITH.
Fxi emporai neon s Speaking Contest:
The subject for the second semester extemporaneous speaking contest
is FRANCE'S INVASION OF THE RUHR VALLEY. Preliminaries will take
place sometime in the third week of February. All students eligible for
campus activities are invited to participate.
J. K. DUNN
ENFOCE TME LMIT Girls Vote On Ten
FOR 19~ iHour College Day

BEST AMONG 7 SHOL
Madison, Wis., Jan. 2 7.-Competing
with six other Conference year-books,,
the 1983 Wisconsin Badger was voted
the best annual representing a Big
Ten institution at a convention held
in Chicago recently.
Iowa,, Purdue, Northwestern, India-1
na, Chicago, Minnesota, and Wiscon-
sin entered their year-books for the
honor.
"We now have 3,900 orders for books,'
but we want more people to sign the
lists. Its #advertisement quotas and
circulation were larger than those of
other books, and it spent more money
on the Badger than other staffts did
on their productions" said Howard
Lynman, business manager.
To Set Styles For Men.
Detroit, Jan.; 27. - (By A., P.) -
Styles for custom-made men's clothing
for the present year are expected to
be set here during the fourteenth
annual meeting of th National Asso -
ciation of Merchant Tailors, January;
30 to February 2, inclusive. The
fashion decrees will b~e contained in'E
the regort of the fashion-comimittee.
Oldest Indian D~ies.
Harbor Springs, Jan. 27.-(By A. P.)
--Titatus Shaunessy,' who died here
a few days :ago, was the 'oldest Indian'
in this part of the state. He did not
know how old1 ho was. First settlers,
who came 40 years ago, found him
an old man at that time.
. Will Hold Races In Italy.
London, Jan. 27.-(By A. P.)-The
next International Grand Prize Auto-
mobile Race will be held in Italy iji
September of 1923. This is the first
time this race will be run outside of
France.

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1 UII IULU LIULIIULUt!
{ N EXTEN'SI0N OF PERIOD TO BE
(OiYEN STATE AIUTO
I)IVE RS

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 offilce of the School of Education.'
MARGARET CAMERON,, Secretary.
Seitic
Attention is calle&A6t the Supplementary Announcement for csourses in
Semnlics for the second semester which do riot appear in the Literary An-
nou~ncement.. L. WATERMAN.
All Seeilons in ,Drawing 1 and 3 ,and Others :
All locks miutt be removed from the lockers in Drawing Rooms 436,
437 438, 439, 418, 419, 423, 424 New Engineering building by Saturday noon,
Feb. 3. All locks not removed at that time will be cut from the lockers.
This i recessary in order that the students using the rooms next semester
may ha; :sufflclent lockers for drawing equipment.
II. W. MILLER.,
Examinations in Aeronautical Engineering:
Will be held as follows:
Aero 1. 1st Friday a. in. Room 340.
Aero 2. 2iud Monday a. m. Room 340.
Aero 3. 2nd'Tuesday p. in. Room 340.
Aero 6. 2nd Thursday ti. in. Room 338.
All problems and'reports in all Aeronautical courses are to be h2anded, in
before Wednesday of the first examination week. Only in exceptional cages,
upon individual request will the time hoe (xtendled until the (n'ldo 0 first
exaniihation week.
F.- tV. PAV fLOwsiJ I.
University of 3ficiigan Senate:
The second regular meeting of the University Senate for the year 1922-
1923 will be held in Room C of the Law Building on Monday, ,lannary 29,
-1323, at 8:00 p. In. JOHN W. I3RADSIIAW, Secretary.
Senal Coucil
The Senate Council will meet Monday, February 12, at 4:15 p. rn. i the
('resident's Office. F. 11. ROBBINS.
To the Teachers of Freshmen i the College of Engineering;:
Yu ate requested to note on the report cards which will be sent out
next 'Mday at the earlies~t date possible, the final. semester-gradesan
return, tbem to the me~ntors by the Dean's messenger so that the students
will hzave' au opportuinity °to consult with their mnentors before the time or
classftio~n. ALFRED 0. ZEE,
Chairman Freshman Mentor Committee.
Dian Jean Hamilton will be at ;homne to the women of the University at
1122 11I1l Street on February 6 and 20 and each Tuesday in March.
AllLtray Students:'
All class cards must be handed to the instructor at the first mneeting of
the class for the semester. No class cards should be accepted nor student'
aditted tol Ma~ss after the first meeting except by special permission.
ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.

Iansing, Jan. 27. - (By A. P.) -
There will be no further extension of
the titre limit for obtaining automo-
bile licenses,. In a statement, today,
Secretary of State Charles 3. DeLand
asks local peace officers to co-operate
with the state to p~revent operation of
motor vehicles not properly equipped
awith 1923 licuse plates after Feb. 1
'IIn view of the fact that every per-
son in Michigan, who sent in a proper,-l
ly' made out application prior to Jan.
1, has been furnished with a certifi-
cate of title., I now ask the law en-
forcing officers of Michigan to proper-,
ly enforce the license law after Feb.I
"I, and allow no automobile on the,
highways that does, not display 1923ff
license plates," Mr. DeLand. declared.
"'I lie blame for not having either cer-
tificates of title or license plates at t1
'this time is .that of N ie car owner- and
not the state nor the law.1{
"The work incident-to and the is- I
;wing of 600,000 certificates was thelI
largest -undertaking ever placed upon
the department of state. The benefits
{ e1rived fromr. the law in redu ng
thefIfs and preventing misrepresenta-!
t ion of cars have b~een worth to Mich-
ig-an p~eople many times the cost."

*New York,. Jan. 2 1.-(By A.' P.)-
With the eight-hour day for women
the predominant cry in industry, a
ten-hour day for college women, six
days a week, is the proposal just an-
nounced for Barnard College by the
Board ot, Student Pr'sidents. This
organization, after long study, has
presented the proposal to the under -
graduate body for ratification or dis-
approval.
The plan proposes a, new point sys-
tem to regulate extra-curricular ac-
tivity. The Barnard girl's twenty-
four hours,' it proposes, shall, be
divided as follows: eight hours for
sleep : two hours for exercise, four,
hours for meals and incidental duties
at home, and ten hours for college
activities,.
It is explained that the new method
of extra-curricular activities would
b e regulated by a point system, in
which each point would stand for-
three hours of work. No student of
Barnard, under the system, would be
permitted to carry more than an ag-
gregate of twenty points a semester
of academic and extra,-curricular wdirk
combined.
IThe plan is, now up to the student
body.
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DISCUSSES FINNCES

11rcfee sor Wenley T.ells of Gernianl
~jiation - in Lectore.
Prof. Robert M. Wenley, of \the Phil-
osop~hy department, speaking before
;,he Daughters of the American Revo-
lution at Grand Rapids recently, said
I that Germany had wrecked. its finan-
cial system..
"~The French are right from the
rat nt'.oint of their psychology", 'Pro-
fesrWenley said, "but they are
wrron g from the standpoint of facts.
Germ-,ny gave up the western bank
of the RhAine on condition that the
United Staters would guarantee it
agalvinst invasion. But' the Unite~d
States has faJi(l in this regard, Now
rMarshall Foch is °bent on obtaining
the Rhine as the French frontier.,,

Plans for the publication of a Cone- IIIIIII IIII filifilIIIfilIIIIIII1,1iIIIIflJilIIIIIIIil II11111lfIIil
ference football magazine at North- ,
western university beginining next fall = 2
are well under way, Favorable action *ra t ,.-
on the part of the Big Ten athletic = *. "'
directors necessary, and their permis- =-
sion will be asked at their meeting this .2
- ~Nickels ;Arcade Opp. Arcade Psofc
spring. . c 71 pp' .
The magazine has already received --- --- --9
favorable comment from WalterI
Eckersall, who has agreed to write -
a series of articles for it. A trcieLn
The issue,-which is to appear next=
fall, will contain the~ score card and '
the official. line up of all Conference Vae tie
games and a series of articles on! - ni e
Football by well known sport writers.
Illustratior4s and comments on the Plc
various Conference teams will also beCad
included. -
More than $30,000 of national ad- I = reeLing ard
vertising has already been received' e'Cad
end the financial success of the mana-~E g a e
zine is thus assured. The cost pr ice °. *aved Cad
w ill not exceed that of an ordinary '". m ad
souvenir program. _ ai
D)allas Sharp To Lecture Mere.
(Dallas L. Sharp has 'been engaged- a
by the Parent-Teacher council, of Ann _ =
Arbor to lecture in this city on Apr il
2. Mr. Sharp is professor of English j
at the University of Boston. He is a a 2 2
contribuitor to the Atlantic Monthly
and Harper's magazine, and has pufb-2
lished several books on. nature sub-
jects, and upon educational methods. iIlIIIfllllllllllllllffll~llfl IIIIIIiillllIIIIlflIIlllllIflillIIlllfllIffllllIIIIIIIIIfflllllllIIIIllifi~
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hiictore Course 1 ;
Final examinations in -Rhetoric Course I will be held Thursday, Febru-
ary 1 t 2 nim., according to the following schedule: r
Mr. Adais, Room 205, Mason Haul.
Mr. Bow~er, Room M-224 N. S. tl?
Mr.. Morris, Rtoom 202 West Hall. -
Messrs. Abbott, Greenland, Lasher, West Lecture Room, Physics LI
B~uildling.
M~essrs. Bouwsina, Coffey, Slusser, Newberry Hall.
Messrs. Schenck, Taylor, Horn, West Gallery, Memorial Building.
:Messrs. Walter, Wells, Wicker, Room 203 Tpappan Hlall.
Mr. Kiuiper, Room 30 Engineering Building. F. N. SCOTT.
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Professor Wenley asserted that the
nited States "was approaching in the
volution of the American system,
iat has been called the 'purposive
ge.This began. with Roosevelt,
i: was enormously accentuated by
wl wr. iHer e we 1find an attempt be-
Smade to carry out certain schemes,
respective of class or party, but hay-
>g as the ultimate goal the good of
e whole people."j
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