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e3 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1923 Number ofW
To All Students:
It is requested that all students who have changed their address sine
the last Mxe A~3er call at the office of the Dean of Students, Room 2, Uni-
versity Hal, and fll out a change of Address card.
J. A. BURSLEY,
Dean of Students.
Graduate School, Graduate Scholarships and Fellowships:
All aplications for scholarships or fellowships should be received at
the office f the Graduate School not later than March 1. Information and
blankts on application at Room 9, U. H.
The Solis Prize: Nominations or applications for this prize offered to
women doing research in biology (including medicine), should he made not
later than March 1. ALFRED H. LLOYD.
All students who are preparing to enter the College of Dental Surgery
should submit- a schedule of studies to the Secretary of the ean of the
Callege of Dental Surgery In order that there may be full compliance with
the rapidly changing legal requirements for practice in the different states.
MARCUS L. WARD, Dean.
Lectures on 7ology:
The Department of Zoology announces that a series of lectures on blo.
logical eubjects by prominent American }biologists has been arranged for
the second semester of the present year. In general, the afternoon lectures
of this series are technical le Lures and are open to advanced students and
members of the faculty interested, in biology; the evening lectures are semi-
popular and open to the general public.
Professor fl. S., Jennings, of Johns Hopkins University, will deliver the
first'lectures In this series, on Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 19 and 20, at 415
p. . in Room 214, Natural. Science Building, and at 8 p. m. -on (Tuesday,
Feb. ;20, is 'the Natural Science Auditorium. The subject of Professor Jen-
niugs' evening lecture will' be "Can we observe evolution In progress ?"
A F. SHUtLA
Students -inthe :Sebouof ~Education:
There, will be an assezby of,.all students in the School of Education
Thursday, Feb. 15 at.4 in Room, 203, Tappan Hall. Professor Murtland will
preside at this meeting and Dean Hamilton will speak.
A. S. WHITNEY.
School of ;Educatio:
Changes' in elections for the second semester may be made Thursday
and P'riday,,Feb. 15 and 16. MARGARET CAMERON.
The registration slips for'signing out during January are overdue, and
mustt be sent to the Dean's office at once. The slips for December, which
ham ebeen overlooked in several ases, must be set in at the same time.
All womten who have changed their address at the close of the semester
are asked to report this change to the Ibean's office Immedately.
French and Spanish-Changes In Rooms and Hours:
French 2a at 8 Mr. Luker will meet in 216S instead of 109TH.
F5rench 4 at 1, Mr. Eddy, will meet in 31UH instead of 304M H.
French 13e, Professor Clavel, will meet in Room 204W at 10 instead
of I11 '-
French'43 at 9, Mr..Paterson, will meet in Room A Alumni Memorial
Hall itnstead of 3028W.
Fr~ech.84, Professor Clavel, will meet Wednesday at 9 In 204SWad
Friday a& 4 in 309 Library. A. G. CANFIELDI.
TOeebers'Courses in French and rSpanish:
Students who have elected either of these courses will meet beginning
today in Room 2018SW at 11. For the present Professor Wagner will lecture
to both'groiatps. CHARLES P. WAGNER.
NVe Secious in French:
The instructors: and rooms for the new sections in French are as
French 13a Mr 9. Room; C Newberry Hall, Mr. DesMarais.
French 13a TT 9, F216NS, Mr. Hootkns.
French 131b TT 9, Room C Newberry Hall, Mr. DesMarais.
French 15 TT ,.10, Z231NS, Mr. Patterson.
French 274 MF 11, 105MH, Professor Talamon.
A. G. CANFIELD
Geology 22--Field Geology:
Professor Scott's class in Geology 22, Field Geology, will hold its first
meeting in Room G 325, Natural Science Building, Thursday, Feb. 15, at.
4 .p. m,., to arrange for regular hours for meeting. b M. GOULD.
Thefinal examination in Chemistry 10d will be given, for those who
were absent frm the regular examination, Saturday afternoon, at 2, Feb.
17,r in room 274, Chemistry Building.
The conition examination will be held later in the semester.
F. FR BLICE.
Zoology .8a (Heredity) :
The additional section of the heredity class will meet Monday and Wed-
nesday at 3 p. m., in- Natural Science Lecture Room, beginning Mofay,
Feb. 19. All whose schedules already handed in show that they are free
Monday and Wednesday at 3 will toe-assigned to thg :seotlon. The whole
class will meet together Thursday, Feb. 15, when assignment to the sec*
tions will be explained. A. FRANKLIN SHULL.
Political Science It, ake~up Examntation:
Make-up examination for Political Science 1 will be held Feb 24 at '9
a. ., Room 101 Economics Building. J. S. REEVES.
#Political ;Science r;, Make-up Examination:
Make-up examination for Political Science 5 will be held Feb. 24 at 9
A. mn., Room 101 Economics Building. J. S. REEVES.
Political Science 14 Journal Club:
There will be a meeting of Political Scienec 14, Journal Club, Thurs-
dny, Feb. 15, at 3 p. i., Room 406 Library. All grauate students in Po-
litical Science are expected to attend meetings of the Journal Club.
J. S. REEVES.
Students electing Middle English -villplease meet me in Room 208,
aTappan Hall, at,5 p. i., Friday, Feb. 16, to arrange hours.
Aero 11 (Also Math. 11)-Stability of Motion:
Hours will' be arranged on Thursday, Feb. 15 at 4 o'clock in Room
340 Engineering Building. D. K. KAZARINOF.
Surveying 3, Summer Sessio:t
Those intending to elect the above course this year may call at Room
2, S. W. Library entrance to arrange as to personnel of parties, quar-
terp, etc. H. B. MERRICK.
The class in Clay Modeling wl meet on Tuesday and Thursday after-
noons from 1 to 4, in -Room 448, Engineering Building. E. LRCH.
IMathematics 74-Partial Differential Equations :
Preliminary meeting for arrangement of hours Friday, Feb. 16, at 12
o'clock, Room 314, New Eng. Bldg. T H. HILDEBRANDT.
M. E. 3 Iketure:
The lecture In M. E. 3 will be held in Room 411 Engineering Building,
Thursday, Feb. 15, at 1 ,p.,i., instead of Room 348.
C. H. FESSENDEN.
Aeronautical Students, CE4a:
Hours will be arranged Thursday, Feb. 15, at 4 p i.., in Room 301,
Engineering Building. E. L. ERIKSEN.
Gun and Blade:.
.At 7:30 Friday evening, Feb. 16, an important meeting of the Gun and
Blade Club, at which all Veterans Bureau students are urged to be present,
willl be held in the reading room of the Michigan Union.
J. F.- Ballenger, supervisor of training from the Detroit office, and Cap-
taiA Myron E. Adams of Chicago will speak on subjects of vital importance
to all trainees. Smokes, refreshments, and a general good time is prom-
ised to all present. FRED B. WAHR.
Tryouts for "Mr. Pinm Passes By" will be held Friday afternoon, Feb.
16, at 4' and Saturday morning, Feb. 17, at 9 in "Newberry Hall Auditorium.
Copies of the play have been placed in the Upper Study Hall of the Library
for the'rs e of members. J. RALEIGH NELSON.
Geological Journal Club:
There will be a meeting of, the Club in Room G 436, Natural Science
Building, at 7:30 p. m. on Thursday, Feb. 15.
"Volcanic Ash Bled in the Ordovician of Tennessee, Kentucky and Ala-
bama", by ;Wilbur A. Nelson.
Reviewed by Edward T. Ramsdell.
(a) "Intraformational -Corrugated Rocks", 'by William J. Miller.
Reviewed -by John W. Vanderwilt.
(b) "Exhibit of an Itraformational Corrugated Dolomite from the Ni-
agaran of Michigan", by Professor G. M. Ehers.
ll interested are cordially invited to attenld.
L. M. GOULD, Secretary.
The Cercle Is now receiving regularly the three following publications.
"L'Illustratloni', "Les Annalo-s", and "Je Sais Tout".
Members may read these magazines in Room 204 S. W. No numbers are
to be taken from the room unless by special permission of an officer of
the club or the faculty director. A. J. JOBIN.
All mnemblers of the Romance Club and their wives are cordially n I
vited to attend the performance of "L'Angais tel qu'on le pale" to be given
by Faculty members Friday, Feb. 16, at 8:15 p. i., Sarah Caswell Angell
Hall. A epeial section will be reserved. A. J. JOBIN.
Lectures on Education:
Professor B. R. ;Buckingham of Ohio State University, who will be a
guest at the Phi Delta Kappa Banquet Thursday ,eveninl, will speak at 8
o'clock at the Michigan Union on the subject "Influence of Sze of Class".
All mess taking work in Education are invited.
T. LUTHER PURDOM.
There will be a debate at the first meeting of this semester at 7:30 p.
mn Friday, Feb 16. Visitors are always welcome. At the bu3ness meet-
ing will occur the installation of the officers for this semester.
Litorary Students :
Unavoidable changmes in elections may. be made in the Registrar's of-1
fle Thursday and Fiday, Feb. 15 and 16, from 9 ,to 12 and 2 to 5.
ARTHUR G. HALL1, Registrar.
U~ All ;Students:
The Health Service Offices will be open with a physician and nurse in
attendance on school days 6 to 8 p. in. and Saturday 1 to 4. It is requested
that this time be used only for attention which cannot well wait for, the
regular hours. W. B. FORSYTHE, Director.
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Lenten Sesason Opens Today
Today marks the opening of the l
Lenten season, a period of fasting
for communicants of the Roman
Catholic church. Each year sees in-
creasing observance of the season in
the way of special services by the
protestant churches. Special cere-
monies of very ancient origin will be,
conducted in all of the Roman Catho-
lic churches today, Feb. 14 being des-s
ignated on the church calendar as
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