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"iTI THEMICHIGAN DAIL\"

DA ILY -OFFICI AL. BULLtE T I N
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members ofj
the University. Copy received until 3:lSO v. 'gy.. (11:30 a. in. Saturday.)
Volume 3 SU DAY, FEBRUARY 18, 192"Number 90

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To All Students:
It is requested that all students who have changed their ad.dress since
the last sementer call at the office of the Dean *of Students, Room 2, U~ni-
'versity Hall, and till ouit a. change of .Address card.
J. A. BURSL T,
Decan of Students.
Zolg 8(eeiyMembers of the class must ascertain before Monday at 3 to which sec-
tion they are ;assigned and their seat numnbers. 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 startixg. The seating list will be removed before Monday at 3..
A. FRANKLIN SHLTLL.
Faculty, College of iterature, $ciene,; and the Arts:
The regular February meeting of. the Faculty will. be held Monday,
Feb. 19, at,4:10 p. in. in the auditorium of New berr~y ;Hall. At that time,
a final decision willble reached in regard to correspondence courses. Copies
of tho Con mittee's report -have been' mailed to all members of the Faculty.
JOHN R. EFFINGER.
Postponement. of Lecture:
Professor Ii. '& Jennings, who was to have lectured, Monday and Tues-
day, Feb. 19 and 20, has been forced by illness to postpone these addresses,
Which also constitute part of. Course 44 in Zoolog-y.
A. F.* SIUL.:
To the Deans:
There. will be a conference of the Deanos Wednesday, Feb.. 21, at
10 a. m. 111. L. BURTON.
French and Spanish--Chianges, in Rooms and Hours:
French 2a at 8, Mr. Luker, will meet in 216NS instead, of 1")TH.
French 4 at 1, Mr. Eddy, will meet in 301U11 instead of 304M11.
French 13e, bPtofessor Clavel, will meet in Room 2048W at -10 instead
of 11.
French f42 at 9, Mr. Patterson, will meet in Room A Aumni Memoial
Hall instead of 302.
French 64, ProQfessor Clavel, will meet Wednesday at 9 in 2098W' and'
Friday at 4 in 309 Library. A. G. CANFIELD.
New Sectioni in French:
The instructors and rooms for the now sections In French are as

"The Relation of the Adrenal Glands to the Action of Certain Alka-
loids" by Professor C. W. Edmunds. i
"The American Intellect at the Turn of the Nineteenth Century" by 'Pro-
fessor R. M. Wenley.
The Council will meet for a short session at, 7:45 p in.
T. H. HILD ~BRANDT, Secretary.
Detroit Symphony Orchestra Concert.:14
The next concert in the Extra Concert Series wil take place Monday
evening at 8 o'clock in Hill Auditorium when the Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra, with Ossip Gabriowitsch conducting, wrill give the following pro-
gramn:
Fifth Symphony, in C minor, Op. G7, I Allegro con brio, II Anda.nte con
moto,.. III Allegro (Scherzo) ; Trio. IV Allegro (Finale) (Beethoven) :
(Gliere) Symphonic Poem, ~The Sireus", Op. 33: Fantasia on Hungarian
; Melodies for Piano and Orchestra (L'iszt) Mr. Dumesnil ; Dance of the
;Sylphs fom "The Damnation of flaust" (Berlioz) ; Capriccio Espagnol, Op.
344 (a) Alborada (b) Variations (c) Alborada (d) Scene and Gypsy song
(e) Fandango of the Asturias (Played without a pause).
CHARLE~S A. SINK, Secretary.
Men's Educational Club:
The Men'ts Educational Club will meet Monday, Feb. 19, at 7 p. mn. in
room 302 Michigan Union. A program has been arranged in which sev-
erali rmembers of the Club will take part.
14 H. BEACH, Secretary.
asques :
The first meeting of Masques for this semester will be held in Sarah
Oaswell Angell Hall Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock. As the groups will be
organized, for the production of the five one-act plays which form the
program for this semester, it is very necessary for every member to be
present. J. RALEIGH NELSON.
Uiersity of Michigan Chamber of Commerce:
Memgbers -of the University of Michiga~n Chamber of Commerce who
desire to attend the luncheon of the city Chamber Tuesday noon. should
notify Walter J. Nichols, 1128-J, before Monday night. Prof. Thomas 0..
Trueblood will read Washington's Farewell Address and Prof. Bruce M. Don-
aldson will talk on the Paintings and Statue~s of Washington. The latter
talk will be illustrated. R. L. SMITH.
Freshtmeni With Debating Experience:
The Department of Public Speaking and organizations allied with it are
interested in having the names of all freshnmeu who have had experience
in High School debating and oratory. Will, all, such, both men and women,
please write their names, addresses and telephone numbers on postal
cards and mnail to 303 Mason Hall? There will be something of interest
to you. RAY K. IMMEL4,
Intercollegiate Contest Director.
-"--n - church.
9:30-University Mlen's Bible clas'
GOINGmeets in Upper room, Lane hall.
WHAT'S GOING ON-Raone lu meets In Union.
112 :00-Baptist guild meets In Baptisi
guild house. Mr. Carleton Wells
NIOTICE-.Vopj for this columnu should speaks on "Bible Reading and Every-
lie submitted by 5:30) o'clock ofj day, English."
!fie day before publkcation.! 12 :00-Student clash, Church of Christ,
- meets in Upper room, Lane hall.
ISUNDAY 112:00-Open forum at Congregational

an additional charge of 25 cents perI are Urged to turn their namies in t.,
person will be collected. Ladies' Cs-! the public speaking department. Thie
torts not members may be admnitted «-~ ill be kept on file and ,will be
by paying 50 cents. used froni time to time by the depart-
niwit and allied organizations.
Nime ofSpekers11"nte I Names, addresses, and telephone
All first year students, Doth men niumbers should be sent to Prof. R. N.
nd women, who have had debating or !Imm11el, room 303, Mason hall, as soon
ratorical experience in high schoolI as p~ossible.

1e st TMF 9, Room C Newberry Hall,11
French 13a '1T 9, F216NS,. Mr,. 1{Wtkibhs.;
Frenlch 13b TT 9, Room C Nevterry Hall,S
French 16 TT 10&, Z231NS," Mr. Pattersona.
n-ench 27a WTF 11., lOSME, Mr. Taalamnon.

Air: DesMarais.
Mr. DesMarais.
A., G.', CANFIELD.

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English X.: "
All students in the College;, of En gineering and Architecture -who were
conditioned lat-semester in English 1,' 1is, 2,+3, or 4 will meet Mr. Walton in
Room 26, Ede Hall, Monday~ after~noon at 6 o'clock.
.: . J' .YR.ALIGt NE 'SON.
Psychology 7:
Th~e imake uVexasinnatlon for those, who, received an X for the first
semester gradc will be held° Saturday, Fib. 24, at 9 a. -m.. in-Room P 162.
HENRY . ADAMS,'
Graduate School:.
Students: who .lave not- made their° electiop~s for the .second senmestet,
should do so at the office of the Graduate School not plater, than Wednes
stay, Feb. 21. A. R: L LOYD.
Spai-h Instructors:
All instructors in Spanish in the College :of Literature who have been
asked to recommiend candidates for tea(ehera' pgitil 'sin S'panish, will
p_ et in Room 2068-r at 4 o'clock on Monday, Feb. 19.
CHAS.: P.WAGNER.
To All Sop amore aq~ Junior Engineers:
it lhas been observed that a large number of sophomore and unior en-
gineers who should have registered in Drawing 3 ,this year have failed to
do so. This suxbect wilt be given during both semester3 of next yeah and
will then be discontinued. All engineers who fail to take this subject dur-
ing either semester of next yea~r will ;be able to satisfy their requirement in
Dra'wing- thereafter only by taking the three-hour course in Drawing 1.
This warnin~g is ]~sued thus far in advance in, order that'all concerned may
have ample opportunity to plan their schedules properly.
H:. W. MILLER.
Mili1ta ry Science .:
Men in sections III and IV which normally meet ,on Thursday, will this
week meet with other sections on Tuesday at 9 ,or 1 in room 338 or WRe-
nesday at 11 in It':. 0.T. C. offce.

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Congregational Aten's nBil
meets at Congregational

church. RalpnhiM. Carson , ZL
speaks.

.Every friend, every, rela-
tive will enjoy receiv-
ing a photog;raph taken
on yo0u r b irthday

V irthday portraits
record to be held

give a
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less in later years. Tele-
phone 604- W for appointment
Prtraits
Qual iav
619 East Fiberty Street

ROBERLT A~RHUR.

a',

an Institution that will
he helped biy what.
ever helps the

listent this music
A"Ltoer the country the whistle is blowing for
Athe kick-off, the start of that great game-
another. college year.
Be on your toes when the whistle blows. A good
start wvill carry you well on toward your goal.
Let the football candidate start by working
away till his muscles ache from bu~cking the line.,
Let the aspirant for manager put in careful
study of his team's needs, always eager to help
-,arranging a trip or carrying a pail of water..
Let the publications man be alert for news and
tireless in learning the details of editorial work:
Whatever activity you come out for, crowd a
lot of energy into these early Fall days.
And if a-good start helps w~in campus honors,+
it helps win class room honors, too. The sure way
to be up in your work is to aim now for regularity
at lectures, ,up-to-date note-books and particular
attention to the early chapters of text-books, thus
getting 'a grip on the basics.
This is best in the' long run, and-selfishly-it is
easiest in the long run. That is, if life after college is
hjn de easier by the things 'a bigger income can buy,
t rn ifi/ectric orna
Since 1862 makers and distributors aT electrical equipment
N amber 21 of a series/

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Ordnance Adyanced Coaurs#:
AdvancO course mien'in the Ordnance unit of the R. 0. T. C. are re-
quested to mt in R 0. T. C. office at 3 p. mn. Wednesday. All other Ord-
nance Men rho. expect to go to cam-p thki summner are also requested to
attend. ROBERT ARTHUR.
P'sychology ',!S(Abnormal and Occult):s
A lift ha~s beenu posted on the psychology bulletin board of students who
must drop the course. In case of vacanc(ies preference will be given in the
order of the' list. A seating clxarti will be put up.
FORREST L. DIMMICK.

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The F'ebruary mtinIg of the It.esearch Club
tologioal 14aboratorYr on Wednesday, Feb. 21, at 8S
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