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TIHE MICHIGAN IDATILY

DAIL FFICIALI O BULLETIN,
Puiblication in the bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
thie university., Copy received by th .ssstnt t( the Frsdat until
3:30 p. M. (11;30 a. M. Saturday.)

iurne l
To The Deans :

T IIUBISIAY, JANUARY 3, 1924

Number 1

*The next conference ot the Deans will be hlcd on Wednesday, Jan 23.
Tlhere will be no conferences on the intervening Wednesdays.
N. L. Burton.
To TJ14 'Fieinbers Of The University Faculty:
Ani apIpeal has come to the Unive rsity of Michigan from the Tokyo
Imperial Uniers.ity for contributions of books to replace in some measure
the 700,000 volumes which the Tokyt Imperial University lost in the earth
quake and fire of last September. The General Library on behalf of the
U'niveity has responded to this appeal by sending to Tokyo certain dupli-
cates and sets of University publications. The invitation is now extended to
mjembekrs of the University Faculty to contribute whatever of their own
1,rblicat ion:, may be available for the purpose. Such contributions may be
dent or ta~ken to the General Library and the General Library offers to
soe that the y are transmitted to Tokyo.
X. L. Burton:
senatle Council:
Thle next regular meeting of the Senate Council will be held Monday,
January 14, 1924.
F. 1E. Robbiins, Secretary.
Tro New Memibers W ' The Faculties:
The Division of Cllege and University Personnel of the American
Council on Ed'_ucatin has requested the cooperation of this University in
kee ping up to date their records. Registration :blanks with envelopes for
return to the American Council on Education have been sent to each new
miember of the Faculties. If any-other members of the ,Faculties who have
not registered with ~ltlhe American Council on Education desire to do so, ad-
diitional lianks m ay Ile obtained at this office; F. E. Itobhjus.
F'acuilty Of College_ Of EngIneering:
Mr. IV. E. Wickenden who is to direct the investigation of Engineering
Educaticn under the auspices of the ( arnegie Foundation and the Society
for the Promotion of Engineering Education is to be in Ann Arbor for the
next few days,. In order to give members of the engineering faculty oppor-
unity to meet Mr. Wickenden and hear him outline heis plans, a dinner has
been arranged ;for Saturday evening, January 5, at 6:15 P. M. at the Michigan
Union at which all memibers of the engineering faculty are urged to be
present. Tickets are $1.25. Send your acceptance to Professor J. Raleigh
Nelson at once..I. Cooley.
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1..wculd greatly facilitate the work of the Bureau of Appointments if
all recommendations were returned to the office as soon as possible. Please
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fill in all the blanks you can now and keep only those for which you rneed
further data. Mrar uet (~amwnron, Secrotary.
Teachers Initerested In The Philippine Islands:
Information has been received at the 'Bureau of Appointments conccrnr-
ing openings 'for teachers in the Philippine Islands. If you are interested
plase call at the office or the Bureau any morning from 10:30 to 12:00.
11argaret Camecron, Secretary.
Students Enrolled With Bureau Of Appointmients:
If you have not already taken the recommendation blanks to the mem-
b ers of the faculty front whom you wilsh recommendations, you should do
so at onte. The blanks can be socured at the office of thec Bureau, room 1 02,
Tappan Hlall. Pictures should also be handed, in this week1.
3larga ret Camieron, Sec rotary.
Comittee On The Study Of Engineer ing~ Educaltion:
Tphe Committee on the studly of Engineering Edufeation will meet at
dinner at the Michigan Union Friday, January 4, at 6:15 P. Mv., to discuss
the result, of their investigations with Mr. *W. E.'Wicke-nden, thie newly ap-
pointed Director of Investigations of the Society for the P'rom.otion of En-
gineering Education. ,.laeg esu
Philwoophy 19a, 10, and 18:
Owing to sickness, P~rofessor 1). 11. Parker will be unable to re7umne
his cla sses, till Monday, January 7th. It. 31. Wenley.
3ilitary Sciece i5:
Section 1III, qdui7, Th. 9:00 A. M. will not meet this week.
Section I, Laboratory Al1. 3-5 will mieet. lMoflday Jan. 7, 1924 in r om1 on
2nd floor, main entrance Old, Engineering Shops.
Section I1, L1=. lrmatory Th. 3-5 will meet hereafter Tuesdays 3-5 beginn-.
Ing Jan, 8, 1924, in room on 2nd floor, main eitrance Old E ngineerinig Shops.
Geeorp'e W. Dunn, Jr., Capt, C. A. C'., DOT,.
' olcog carl ,ljoul Club:
The Zoological Journal ClIub will meet Thursday, Jan. 3, at 7:30 1). M.
in room 242, Natural Science Building. Reports by A. Franklin Shull on
Bouile's, "Fossil Men", ?tapers on mnimicry and parthienogenesis, andl reports
of cert.ain feature , of the business meetings of the American Society of Zoo-
logists-. Peter Okkellwrg.
Varsityy(Glee Club1t:
The University of Michligan.,Glee Clubs will have the regular rehearsal
to-night a~ 7:00 o'clock in the Union. John .11. Russehl Manager.

Mexican Leader
Put To J out B WHArl ,T';S GOING
Re4'-'els In JalapaI _____
'Union.
7:30 P. f-7 n n Bld
neadling room, Ion.
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12:10 P . 1.Lw ac v

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(Our mein ' hlfor This weeq will he held this e'vening. WI)tmprompt
Speches w ill consiute the pim#;'a~m. The group) picture oru:the.Michign- t
u siAlwill be tahwn Sat.Jan. 2rte t 2:00 P. AL at ,Spedi g.

TER N tN

As~ meas offacilitaing nO e-
Slarging its service to the strdent Lody,
9 the XWestori U'nion telegraph corn-
pany has opened a branch office withi
- 11 ect ire service at the Bmu M'aize
I .nshop in Nicel' arcade,
Mv.igild;at the ne~w branch wilt
* be t rsittedt promptly=, the delay
lunch i in ide[t to te1Plephoning messalgesh)
the (!: Li3wn town office thus beingove-
wtee"S lit come.
IMiss IEisie Petersoni, formerly nman-
:_ rofVte Wstern Union brarlc i
' _icp at ,iurnising<, Mich,., will be plac-
furbitc n 'eAin cl'a rgpof the,,new, office. Ser-
lvice will 1e"given:: from 8 o'clock inl Mo.
gnum eloloi :'Moriguntil 9 o'clok at night.
Daily Want Ads always bring goodi
rt+ ixrs. results,

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iPatronize The Dully Adve

No oth-1t/i vi

t C;. ,,I Pascal Morale s se ems {.to
have b) en ma4de imprjortant as a factor'
in the Mexican upheavel, for a time
at least,.lHe was in command of the
fe.,deral army defeated by the rebels
who capltured Jalapa.

Uiversity Of Michigani Band:
Rehearsal tonight at 7 o'clock. Band Hleadquarters. By orde
Director. Bring racks and capes.
William Granlich, Jr. Asst.r

er of th
Maniagei

1e Los Angeles, JIan. 2.--Skeletons of
human beings buried for a period es-
-timater to be between 7,000 and 10,'
''000 years were recently uncovered at
__.- Point Magu, Ventura County, Calif-
ornia, by a representative of the
Smithson ian Institute, of Washington,
D). C.

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