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THlE MICHICAN JQAILI

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LILY OFIILBLEN
[ation in the Bu~lletini* constructive notice, to all memfiers of
!J$rlrsity. Copy received until 8 : D nu.m.,,(I11:30' a. iatuwdtar.)
soe 3 FRIDAY=.FHBRAAY 16, 192,3 Number 97

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To All Students:
It is requested that all students who have changed their address since
the last semnester call at the office of the Dean of Students,' Room 2, Uni-
versity Hall, and fill out a change of Address card.
J. A . BURSLRY,
Dean of Students.
Pre-Dental Students:
All students who are preparing to enter the College 'of Dental Surgery
should submit a schedule of studies to, the Secretary of the Dean of the,
College 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.
Zoology 3a (Heredity):
Memnbers of the class- must ascertain before Monday at 3 to which sec-
tion they are assigned and their seat numbers. They, should also go to the
lecture, room in advance and discover where their seats are so as to pre-
vent confusion at the beginning of the lecture hour. The subject of the
next lecture is one that requires the full hour and there must be no delay
in starting. The seating list will be removed before .Mondaiy, at 3.
A. FRANKLIN SHULL

Tuesday evening at $ ocloc k In Pattengill Auditorium.
CHARLES A. SINK,
Chairman Concert Conmnittee,
May Festival Tickets:
Mail' Orders, accompanied by remittance to cover, for May Festival
Course tickets will be filed and filled in order of receipt. Tickets will be
mailed about April 1. by ordinary mail at purchaser's risk unless registration
fee of 10 cents is inclosed.
I Subscribers of record to Patrons' Tickets are privileged to retain their
same locations provided their orders are received on or before March 3.
After that date their location rights will be forfeited. Special blanks, as
usual, are being mailed to subscribers of record to patrons' tickets.
In: ordering tickets, please write briefly -and plainly. The management
will assume no responsibility for errors mnade in connection with orders
written illegibly or in telephone or other verbal communication.
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.
Faculty Concert Postponed:
The Faculty' Concert announced' for Sunday afternoon has been post-

{Prof. Wood's Condition Unchanged Architects, Enrolh l n In-easesf
The condition of Prof. Arthur E. An increase of 2"" sti ,?-ts for tile
Wood, of the sociology department. second semester ha., been an~inounced
"ho has been ill at his home since by the college of r~cc lcit. ?Te
Monday night, is unchanged. Profes-, total enrollment for 1921-1"22 wvas 186!
sor Wood will not meet his classes forI students. Enrollment for thle present
an indefinite period, semester is 225 students to date.

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G1IARLiS A. SINK, Secretary.

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WHAT'S GOING ON ',

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Course 4:
uictors, in Rhetoric, Course A, are asked to meet in Room 207, W
ty, reb. 16, at 4 p. mn. Please bring students' enrollment cards.
P. N. SCOTTe.

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French and Spanish-Changes in Rovoms alid ,Hours:
French 2a at 8, Mr. Luker, will meet lin 216NS instead of 106TH.
French 4 at 1, Mr. Eddy, will' meet in 3O1UHf instead of, 304fH.
French 13e, Professor Clavel, will meet in Room 2045W at 10, instead
of 11.
French 42 at 9, Mr. Patterson, will meet in Room A. Aumni Memorial
Hall instead of 302SW.
Fren~ch 64,, Professor Clavel, will meet Wednesday at 9 in 2048W and
Frida~y at 4 in 309 Library. A. G~. CANFIELD.
New Sections In French:
The instructors and rooms for the new sections in French are as

French 13a MF 9, Room C Newberry Hall,
French 13a TT 9, F216NS, Mr. Hootins.
French 13b TT 9, Ro om C Newberry' Hall,
French 15 TT 101, Z231NS, Mr. Patterson.
Prenc~h 27a MF 11, 106MH, Mr. Talamon~i.

MVr~ IDesM4i aia.
Mr. DesMaa is.

A. +G..CANFIELD.

XathehL-.'xs 5:.
Anialytic Differential; Equations, three hours.: This' course will1 develop a
study of the two, three and n. body problemns with applications of .periodic
motions in celestial mechanics and atomic structure. The "class mzeets to
agree upon hours at noon Friday, Feb. 16, Room 340,, Engineering, Building.
LOUIS A. HOIPKINS.
English 2:
All late registrants, must come for assign ment to sections to 208 Tap'
pan Hll, on Friday, Feb. 16,, between .3 and '4 p. mn
0O. J.--CAMPBE~LL
Psychology 4s:
Students enrolled ins th=i- course will please meet at 10:30 Saturday
morning in Room P251 to arrange. hours.
.HExRY P. ADAMS.
English 2U:
Students electing Middle English will pleae meet me in Room 208,
Tappan Hall, at 6 p. n, Friday, Feb. 16, to arrange hours.
SAMUEL MOORE.
Clay Modeling:
The class in Clay Modeling will meet on Tuesday and Thursday after-
noons from 1. to 4, in Room 448, Engineering Building. E. LOROM.
Cerele Franals:
.Owing to the illness of one of the cast" Of "L'Anglais tel qu'on le' parle"
the performance and dance that were to be given this evening at Sarah
Criswell Angell Hall have been postponed. Announcement will be made
shortly of the new date. A. J. JOBIN.
Oratorical Contests:
Orations for the Northern League Oratorical Contest must be in my
hands not later than Feb. 20.
Two preliminaries to the Junior Class Contest will be held Wednesday,
Feb. 21, at 4 and 7 o'clock. Two preliminaries to the Senior Class Contest will
be held' Thursday, Febj. 22,. at 4 and 7 o'clock. Names of those in each pre-
liminary will be ,posted in room 302 Mason Hall, Wednesday' morning,
Feb. 21.
The Sophomore class "contest will be held F'riday, FM.'*23, at 4 o'clock,
'The Senior contest Feb. 26' at 7 o'clock .and the Junior contest Feb. 27 at 7
o'clock. All contests are scheduled for room 302, 'Mason Hall.
RAY K. IMMEL.'
University of Altchlgan Varsity:'Bands
F"orimation at the D. U. R., Station, Huron Street at 4 p. mn. Friday, Feb.
16. U~niformis full dress without capes-R-acks.
WILFRED. WILSON, Director.

'4OTi CE. -Copy, for this column should
be oubmiltid by 5 :80 o'cloelk ofj
the day before publication'. I
FRIDAY
12;15--law faculty luncheon in Union.
4 :00-Instructors in Rhetoric 4 meet
in room 207, West hall.
4:0--Varsity band meets at the D. U.'
R. station on state street.
4-00-Instructors in Rhetoric 2 meet
in- room 202. West hall.
400-Comedy club holds tryouts in
Newberry, hall.
6:00 -Harbor Springs club meets in
room 319, Union.
7:30--All student social In the parlov'
of the Congregational church.
7:00-Intercollegiate Zionist associa-
tion. meets in directors room, Lane
hall.
7:30-Gun and Blade club meets in
reading room, Union.
7 :30-Alpha Nu meets in Alpha Nu'
club rooms on the fourth floor of
University hail.
0 :00-Capt. Myron E. Adams and J. F.
IBallenger, of Chicago, speak to the
Veterans Bureau students in reading
room, Union.
83:00" Presbyt !ran Young Peoples',
society Valentine party in the Pres-
byterian church parlors.
, :00-P-odo club prescnts play at the
jPlodo playhouse at 716 Spring street.
9: :--DeMolay dance at Packard ac-
{ SATURDAY
9:00,--comedy. club tryouts In Newber-
Iry hal,
2: :30-Benefit dance in the Union given
by the Alpha Gamma Delta sorority.
U-NOTICE S
All stoaets interested In .education,
are Invited to attend the dance and
party' at: Barbour gymnasium on
Feb. 17.
A free demonstration of electropure
!process of pasteurizing milk will be
given at 8 o'clock on Friday, Feb.
16,, at Wurster's electropure cream-
ery on the corner of First and Lib -
erty streets.
The book exchanuge service conducted
by the Union will open every day
this week from 4 to 5:30 o'clock.
Posters for thme Tarsity band concertI
tour must be in the hands of William
Graulich, '24E, before Saturday.
Thickets for the Alpha Gamma Delta
sorority dance for the benefit of the
University of Michigan league will
be on sale at Wabr's, Graham's or
at the door in the Union. The dance
will be 'given on Saturday at 2:30.

To Lead Colleagues
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Senaor JsephT.eobinon,,r 1
nonwrrnAn ro oayeeyoyi
ka!s OFlotcrti obecoe
Oscar~~~Tw .Unerod.Hehasered ahsgene " lcrp "le asrprectic lly =
in the senate since 1915. . -
[Gives Credit For SCIENTIFIC ACIEVEMENT OF TH''E AGE
Tour l~htA~xl?"Electropure" is one of the sintifc achievements of the age. It has.
A European tour with full college passed every blue book with a x100 per cent grade. See Congressional
credit for those enrolled, an innova - special reports December 8, 1921 ; Robison Laboratories, Inc., report inW
tion in educational circles, is being 1
planed b admnistativ offcial atDetroit, 1922; see several other later reports by separate investigators covering
New York University. Courses willf the past eighteen months.
be conducted under the direction of-
college professors, and will. include s
studies in : Human Geography,: the
European Background of English Lit- = KILLS "ALL" THE GERMS
erature, and Contemporary European =
Problems. This is the first time a Ia en boueydtrmndb h ihetIdsual
program of this type has been offer- Ithsbe bouel eemndb h HgetIdsual
ed. Evidence that "Electropure" is, 100 per cent efficient in dsryn all Typhoid,
Students who enroll for the tour -
will study, map in hand, battlefields 1 Diphtheria, Scarlet Fever, Streptococcus and Tuberculosis Bacteria, however=
of the world war, visit scenes made'S -
famous by poets and novelists of all E abundant or virulent it may be in milk.=
times, and spend considerable time in r.
a study of altered national policies Y
and economic conditions following the-
war. r PRESERVES TASTE
The party will sail from New York
June 30 on the Saxonia, travel from This process, moreover, preserves the taste,, cream line and all the
Paris to Rome, return by way of theE
Rhine, tour England and Scotlandi food properties of the milk. A most critical butter dealer in Pennsylvania,
and sail for homeAugust 18.I placing an order for "Electropure' Butter says, "Electropure Butter sets
Education Students to Hold Party . a new standard of butter excellence"
Members of the School of Education=
1will hold a party in Barbour gymna-
sium at 8 o'clock ;Saturday evening.
benford's o orchestra 'of Ypsilanti has YOUR, UNIVERSITYED C TO
been. engaged dto play..E U ATO
Wanta RmintonPortble Ca] -Your University education will not be complete without a knowledge
1128-J. 94271- of this wonderful process of purifying milk. The students, faculty, and all
Lose something? A classified in others interested are cordially invited to inspect our new plant and see how
classified ad will sell it for you-Adv we "Kill th Bugs" ti eveningr at 80 'lc.Orcemr so
r Liberty, two blocks west of Main Street.
mwOVER '
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"Electropure" Milk our wagons deliver any- _~
"Eetrpr" ra where in the city. When
Elecropre Ceamit concerns the health, the
"Electropure" Cheese
best is none too good.
"Electropure" Butter Phone 114 for trial order,

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Jlietorle, Course 2:
Tlhere w ill be a meeting of instructors .in Course -2 at 4 p. mn. Friday,
Feb. 16, in R~oomi 202 West Hall. F. N. SCOTT.
netroit Symphony Orchestra Concert:
The next Concert in the Extra Concert Series will be giver. in Hill
Auditorium, Monday evening, Feb. 19, at 8 o'clock Eby the Detroit Symphony
Orchestr'a, Osssip Gabriicrwlitsch, Conduictor, Maurice Dur esnil, Pianist, Sol-
oist.. The following program will be given: Fifth: Symphony, "in, C, minor,
Op 67 (Beethoven) ; Symiphonic Poem, "The Sirtns",Op. 33 (Gliere) ; Fang-
tasia on Hungarian Melodies for Piano. and Orchestra (Liszt) ; Dance of
the Spt4vbs from "The 'Damnation of Faust" (Berl iot); aprlccio Espagnol,
O.3,(Ainsly-Korsakov).
Op. 4:CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.
IVusic 3*mory Contet:
On, ~u account of the Detroit 3Symphonyr Orchestra Concert, Monday eve-
ning, the Va~urth Weekly Music, Memory Concert has, been postponed :to

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