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blication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
e University. Copy received by tN Assisant tc the .#dept until
30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturr'a
am 4 TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1924 Number 93

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JIstory of Education:-
All classes in the History of Education will meet in room 122, University
High School. G. L. Jackson.
Hours will be arranged Tuesday at 4:30 in room 341 Engineering build-
ing, I1. K. Kazarinoff.
OBhserivatiio and Special Methods in English:
The room for recitation has been changed to 105 University High School.
All students electing this course are required to report to Room 105 U. H.
S., for assignment to sections, on Tuesday, February 12, 9-12 a. m. or 1:30
,t 2:30 p. m. C. C. Fries.
'iPhilosophy 1:,
The discussion sections in Phil. 1 are as follows:
M. 11, A-L, 110 Library.
M. 11, M-Z, 206 U. H.
M. 1, 3, 110 Library.
Tu 9, 10, 1, 110 Library.
W. 11, 1, 110 Library.
T 9, 10, 1, 110 Library.
I .,i 122 U. H. S.
F. 10, 11, 1, 110 Library..
Opportunity for enrolling in these sections will be given on Friday, 9:00
to 12:00 and Saturday, 9:00 to 12:00 and 1:30 to 5:00 in room 106 M. H.
Wim. J1. Tra.
Philosophy 114:
Philosophy 14 will be held in Library 301.
DeWitt I. Parker.
Plilosophy, Course 21, Theory of Value:
A preliminary meeting to decide upon hours will be held Thursday at 1,
Room 106, Mason Hall. It. W. Sellers.
Political Science 1, American Government:
This course, areptition of Political Science 1 offered in the first sem-
ester, will be given Tuesday and Thursday at 11, Room D, Alumni Memoral
Hall. J. R. Hayden.
Political Science 2:
Students who received a grade of "D" in Political Science 1 in the past
semester may continue with Political Science 2. Students who received a
rade of "E" must repeat Political Science 1 before taking Political Science
R. T Crane.
Polifical Science 22x:
This course will be given Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 11, Room
101 Economics Bldg. il. 1. Kalaw.
Political Science 28x:
Government and Administration of the Philippine Islands.
This course will be given Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 2, Room
207, Economics Bldg. '1. N. Kalaw.
Psychology 44:
a 1Psychophysical Methods, will meet in N. S. 364 Monday, February 11,
at 10. 1. L. Dimmick.
syeloogy ..2.
Genetic Psychology, will meet in N. S. 364 Tuesday, February 12, at 10.
F. L. Dnmick.
Physics 16:
There will be a short meeting of those electing "Vacuum Tubes in Radio
Communication" at noon today in room 301 of the Physics Building for the
purpose of arranging hours. D. W. Bronk.
Physics Laboratory Sections:
All laboratory sections in Physics 1, 1E, 2, 2E, will meet as scheduled
begnning at 8 A. M. Wednesday Feb. 13. 1). L. Rich.
Physiologleal Chenistry 3:
Laboratory work in blood chemistry. All students who have signed up
for this course or who are interested in such a course will meet on Tuesday,
Feb. 12th, at 4:30 p. in. in Room 319 Medical Building to arrange hours.
Howard B. Lewis.
Physiological, Chemistry:
Students enrolled in the advanced lecture course in physiological chem-
istry will meet Tuesday, Feb. 12th, at 4 p. m. in Room 320 Medical Building
to arrsnge hours for the course. Howard B. Lewis.
I"Ttovihc12:
C s RuOktri 12 will meet as follows: Wier, M. F. W., at 9, 10,
and 11, in Rocnm 212, 123, and 121, respectively, University High School;
Mallory, M. W. P., at 9, 10 and 11, all in Room 206, U. H. S.
T. E. Rankin.

Rhetoric 16:
Rhetoric 16 will meet in Room 302, University High School.
R.-IV. Cowden.
Spanish 18:
Please meet for arranging schedule Tuesday, February 12, at 4:00 p. m.
in Room 205 S. W. Norman Willey.
Extempore Contest:
The general subject for the University Extempore Contest of the second
semester will be the Bok peace plan. The try-out will be held Wednesday,
Fbruary 13, at 4 o'clock in room s 302 Mason Hall. Any university men and
women who have not made the varsity debate-teams may compete. Each
try-out speech will be three minutes long; the speaker may treat any phase
of the subject. The best seven contestants will be chosen to paticipate in
the final extempore contest the following week.
Next May in the Atkinson Prize Contest the three winners of this final
extempore contest will compete with the three winners of the final in the
first semester. In the Atkinson Contest the first prize will be fifty dollars
and a gold mdal; the second, twenty-five dollars.
Norman B. Johnson, Chairman Local Contests Com.
Mathematical Club:
Regular meeting will be held in Room 401 Mason Hall, this evening, at
eight o'clock.Professor Ford will present a paper, "The Behavior of Analytic
Functions in Distant Portions of the Plane."
All persons interested are cordially invited to attend the meetings of the
Club. H,d : R
W. W. Dnton, See'y.
Comedy Club Menihers:
Tryouts for the annual play will be held Tues., Wed., and Thurs., even-
ings at 7:30 p. m. in Newberry Hall. All members of the club who are
scholastically eligible are expected to tryout. C. D. Livingstone.
Acolytes:
Acolytes meets tonight in Room 106, M. H1. at 8 p. m. Prof. R. M. Wen-
ley will read the first of the series of papers on Kant.

Cercle Francais Lecture:
Mr. Robert V. Finney will lecture in French at 4:15 o'clock, Wednesday,
February 13, in the Physics West Lecture Room, Physics Building. For
Cercle Francais and associate members. The subject to be "Les Americian-
sen France". Romance instructors please announce this to Tuesday classes.
Helen Nancy Woodruff.
R. 0. T. C. Band:
R. 0. T. C. Band practice at 7:15 tonight at Morris Hall, corner of State
and Jefferson streets.
Advanced Course:
Those who are eligble and who intend to enroll in the Advanced Course
for this semester should call at the R. 0. T. C. Headquarters and sign the
contract at once and have measures taken for uniforms.
Wm. T. Carpenter.
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They have been asked to return lat-
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VAN TYNE TO, TEACH AT
LOS ANGELES, IN SUMMER
Prof. Claude H. Van Tyne, of the
American History department of this
University, has accepted an invita-
tion tendered to him by the University
of California to teach two of his cours-
es at the summer session next summer}
at the Los Angeles branch of that in-
stitution.
. Professor Van Tyne has taught twice
before in California, once at the north-
ern branch of the University of Cali-
fornia, and once at Los Angeles, and
was so delighted at the conditions
there that he has decided to take his
family with him on this next trip.
The summer session lasts six weeks,
although Professor Van Tyne has not
as yet decided to limit his stay there
jto that period.
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