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ire will be a conference of the Deans on Wednesday, February 13,
o'clock in the President's Office. M. L. Burton.
16 fWealth, Service dispensary will be open regularly Sunday morning
1" to 12. It is desired that this hour be used for such conditions as
be ,atteaded to during the regular hours of week days.
Warren E. Forsythe.
adents who have made a change of address should report their new lo-
.at the office of the Dean of Students, Room ,University Hall.
J. A. Bursley
* action of the Administrative Board the following students were sus-
U "or' the second.,semester for dishonesty in examinations or written
bnd' given an E grade in the course': B. E. Scanlon, F. P. Wilcox, Wil-
l. Ruten, Axel J. Lampinen, M. M. Osmnun, Z. G. Czaja, F. C. Ward, and
Filer. For a similar offence, Milton Prag was suspended for one year,
.n E grade in the course. J. B.I Effinger, Dean.
iu4eats taking Aero courses shall meet their respective instructors in
341, -to arrange the hours as follows:
AMro 4, 4a, 5, Mr. W. A. Stalker at 4:15,
'Aero 7, 8, 9, Mr. Ralph H. Upson at. 4:30, Thursday, Feb. 14.
A( Mr6 11, Mr,.DD. K. Kazarinoff at 4:30, Thursday, Feb. 14.
Aeto 3, 6, 12, 13, .14, Mr. F. W. Pawlowski at 4:45.
F. W. PawlowskI.
4"~t; Sections t and 3 x
~' i t1..t above sectlo& s must' procure two $5 laboratory coupons
~tt Ay Treasurer's office, which opens at, 8: 30, a. i, and also a.
Tr tbi*1tory Manual of General Cheriltry,:before reporting at
b*~rMjry ectiozi in Room 430, Chemistry Building.
*. IL Hodge*.
v' ill be a dpen.ial meeting of the class tot organiatlon and lecture
e q t,~M9 in Room BlAw building. H« L. Ciavrlry.
! '3 6riOfTatLion:
4 * nieeting of the class, for organization and rrankement of
0 -kll be imd Wednesday at 3 in Rtoom 104, E. Bldg.
M. L. Clarerly.
f[s e*ting of this course will be Wednesday at 1, in Noatural Science
dri tt.W. A. Paton.
' tith I- 10 anid 105 will be givei on '1'1iurstday instead of on Fri-
qwgten VI-10I. 'vocational Guidaice and Placemient will meet M.,
du otelrewat ftratnenjb ab h iligr h ~' e d1this division of athletics whichprsnyeligcashsroud the chne fpaigrglrywl with Everett Scott about to stcp oc , tt d
Entries for the different events will be better if he can deliver. With Bob
L fx-,be accepted any time after this morn- Meusel, Babe Ruth, and Whitey Witt WIV
ing. on the job for the gardlening w cr. M'ihe $10 to $20 a da selling1our
I____ so to speak, lie sees a benuch jobJ $1 a pouid bitter swect . The best
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stiefor th initial poiin in bt The managers of the different in- Iha.cnynie e( 1frsml
diiindependent basketball teams which area-iiun adistcios}ivtoelf
divisions.Daily classified for real results. Addlreiss M. N. Neil in. Iu louc1,rd Ill.
Falwn r h eann lds i~iigi hswne' neednto be played before the finals in theI basketball league can lie reached on
singles division: PEaer, 751WG, vs. Reid-i the following telephones: League 1,
leman, 204411, Abramns, 1485J. vs.!I Detroit Jlunior college, Beattie, 609;
Scarnechia, 152881, Hoffman, 3104, v..] Fletcher hall, Memmier, 1271W; Olds!I
Langlois. 1328W. In the doubles 'di-!house, Gates and Rockwell. 1597J; SECO, N D ISEMESTl"ER
vision the following teams are yet to; Saginaw-Bay City club, Schieb, 1920J;
meet: Reilley-B~owers, 842J, vs. Segal- Toledoans. Tanloff, 1420J; League 2~,
Baer, 751W, Rockwell-Scarnechia, vs.! Phi Elks, Harllick, 1153W; Forman1
F Pronzack-Kline, 1366. D ouse, 1226W; Barnes All Stars,
]-Barnes, 1420J; Gobs, Neidelman,~
IIndependent team basketball gamc.5j,20441R; Black and BlueAidusse, 143.1;!jX tJW J
Iwill start at 9 : 15 o'clock, Thursday League 3, Detroit, Richards, 28781R,1 NEW ANDht SFCgaeONlDe-uHo al oo oyClaglo 68R'
the league system, the original, 15. Agony Five, Anderson, 354J; Harmon-
teams entered having been divided up ies. McKelvee, 2695R.
into three leagues of five members _l__________
Ieach. ana rc et ~ h t
bigThenbig indoor tak et I ,pOrtSnapSh t
for the fraternities and class teamsB
wih is one of the unique features of (Continued' from Page Six)
the Intramural program i slated to WiHggins that he would like to be tried
bigger and better than ever this year out at shortstop instead of the gard-
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102 will not be given this semester.
-42a, 48a, 486, will meet in the Field House this semester.
$"ti$wtb~.t:,#shing to take French 13c, 13d, 136 (hours to be arranged)
'Pla imkin R oonm 302: S. W., Tuesday, February 12, at 3: 00 o'clock
ra~r that all the members may come to an agreement as to what time
re, t&e most convenient for everyone. Jean B. Cloppet.
I Alould'like to meet all persons interested in this course Thursday,
'nary.14th, 12 o'clock, Room 102 South Wing. ' Tours to be decided upon.
logy 13b. Orkanlc, Evolution:
Geology 13b, Organic Evolution, will not be given this semester.
R. C. Hussey.
Lures On, Gialeiai geology:,
The first lecture of this course will, be given at 7 p. mn., Tuesday, Feb-.
"y 12, in Room 217. Nat. Science Building.
The signing out (slips for the month of January are due and must be
ed in to 'the office of the -Dean of Women without delay.
Jean Hamilton, Dean of Women.
I~ean Jean Hamilton will be at home to women of the University on
sda.y, F'ebruary 12th, from 4:00 to 6:00 o'clock, at 17212 Cambridge Road.
Dr. Ernst J. Berg, Professor of Electrical Engineering in Union Collegj
Conslting Engineer of the General Electric Company of Schenectady,
rYork will deliver three lectures upon "Heaviside's Operators and their
Ikfatieni in Engineering and Physics." These lectures will be given in
vast 'Physics Lecture. room 'at 4 P. M., Wednesday, Thursday and Fri-
,ejir 13, 14 and 15. The subject is one of great interest to students
ath.1itcs, physics and'engineering.
At '7 P. M., Wednesday,,Feb 13, in. the West Physics lecture 'room, Dr.
g will give a talk upon his personal relations with Dr. Steinmnetz. This
will be of interest to the general public. Benj. F. Bailey.
cla ha been changed from Room 105, Ulniversity High School to Room
Fair t, Weetiug of course in Child Welfare *ill take place on Tuesday,
rizaft i t 11 i o'clock in Room 407, Gien. Lib. H. L. Lurie.
le , egicng:
Mjr. JItschman's section of Public Speaking I, Monday, Wednesday, and
day -at 4 o'clock will meet Wednesday, February 13 in Room 214,. Univer-
I.Vgli School Building and regularly thereafter. The text is Imnmel's
ivel-y of a Speech. IE. E. Filechmnan.
k Schiool Observation:
All students electing courses in Observation and Special Methods will
it for a detaled outline of the work, on Saturday, February 16th at 10:00
.ock in the Auditoriumi of Newberry Hall. The several section meetings
1 be held throughout the week as scheduled. C. 0. Davis.
(denits in History 2a:
Tho Freshmlan history class 2a will meet Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock
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