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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by t' Assistant tc the Preident until
3:30 p. in. (11:30 a. m. Saturxtav.)
Volume 4 TUESDAY, JANAURY 8, 1924 Number 75

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Commissions In United States Marine Corps:
By a special concesion made by the Honorable Edwin Denby, Secretary
of the Navy, "to preserve the memory of the recent historic visit of the
Marine Corps to the University of Michigan", the University will be allowed
to designate four graduates of the class of 1924 for appointment as Second
Lieutenants in the United States Marine Corps. Their diplomas will be ac-
cepted in place of the customary examinations as to educational qualifi-
cations and it will be necessary for each candidate designated to be recom-
mended by the President of the University. A physical examination will be
the only other requirement. Applications are to be in thQ hands of the
Major General Commandant, Headquarters MarinedCorps, Washington, D. C.
not later than March 1. Application blanks and information concerning
these appointments are available at the President's Office.
M. LBurton.
University Lecture:
UnivThere will be a public lecture at 4:30 p. m. today in Natural Science
Auditorium by Mr. Leslie Vickers of the National Industrial Conference
Board., The oubject will be "Some Major Problems of Industry."
F. E. Robbins.
To Members Of The University Staff:
Applications for 1924 parking stags are being received at the office of the
Secretary of the University. As the 1923 tags will not entitle holders to
privileges with the 1924 license, all members of the staff are requested to
procure the new tags at their early convenience,
Paul Buckey, Asst. Sec'y.
Dean's Advisory Committee, College of Literature, Science and the Arts:..
The next meeting will be held Tuesday afternoon, January 8, at 4 p. m.
in the Dean's office. John I. Effinger.
Freshman Elections:
All literary freshmen who did not hand in their second semeter election
sheets at the Registrar's office before vacation are directed to do so at once.
Arthur G. Hall, Registrar.
PreoMedical Requirements:
The attention of all pre-medical students is called to the following very
important change in the requirements for admission to the Medical School
on transfer. All applicants for admission next fall, September, 1924, must
have eqrned in residence at least one-and one-sixth times as many points
as hours. All applicants for admission in September, 1925, and thereafter,
must have earned in residence at least one and one-third times as many
points as hours.
These changes apply only to students transferring not on the combined
curricula. The requirements for admission to the combined curricula have
not been changed, except that in September, 1926, and thereafter, the entire
75 hours of required Literary work must have been completed before the
double registration is begun.
Arthur G. Hall, Registrar.
College Of Pharmncy Faculty:
There will be a faculty meeting of the College of Pharmacy Friday after-
noon, January 11, 'at 4 o'clock in Room 212 Chemistry Bldg.
C. C. Glover, Secretary.
North Central Association Workers:
Will all the persons on the North Central Association reports please
meet me today (Tuesday) at 4:00 o'clock, Room 109, Tappan Hall. Bring all
reports and all record sheets with you.
C. 0. Davis.
Political Science 15, World Politics:
Make-up tests on the following books will be held Tuesday, January 8,
at 5 p. m. in room- 101 Economics Building:
George Young, "The Machinery of Diplomacy."
L. S. Woolf, "Economic Impearialism."
R. T. Crane.
'Philosophiy 6A and 18:
I shall not be able to meet my classes until further notice.
D. H. Parker.
Economics 3:,
I shall be unable to meet my section of this course to-day on acc&unt
of illness. Z. Clark Dickinson.
Sociology 19:
The semester examination will be held the second Tuesday morning.
The women will meet in Room B, Law Building; the men in West Gallery,
Memorial Hall. R. H. Holme.'
Oratorical Board:
The members of the Board will meet tomorrow afternoon at 5 o'clock
in room 302, Mason Hall. J. K. Dumi.
Physics Colloquium:
Meeting of the Physics Colloquium, Januray 8, 1924, at 4:15 in East
Lecture Room of Physics Building. Subject:-Discussion of Symposium
on Scattered X-ray Radiation, at Cincinnati Meeting. H. M. Randall.

charge of the Class in Story Telling of the Public Speaking Department,
and will continue on Tuesday and Thursday for the next three weeks.
Children and others interested are welcome. Ray K. I mel.
Tryouts For Annual French Play:
Members Mf the Cercle Francais are especially urged to try out for the
French Play, as well as other students eligible for campus activities. Try-
outs are Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, January 8. 9, nd 10, in Room
202SW, at 4:00 o'clock. .elen Nancy Woodruff.
Masques Tryouts:
Masques Tryouts will be held Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 3
to 5:36 in the auditorium of Newberry Hall. Dorothy Jeffrey, Pres.
Glee Club:
The Glee Club will meet tonight at 7:00 o'clock in the Reading Room of
the Union. Everyone must bring their Michigan Song Book.
John M. Russell, Manager.
Trryouts For Comedy Club :
Tryouts for membership in Comedyp Club will be held Saturday, January
12th, from 9 to 11 a. m. in Nefberry Hall. All members of the Club are
urged to be present to assist. fCharles Livingston, Pres.
Mathematical Club:
Regular meeting will be held in Room 401 Mason Hall this eevning at
8 o'clock. Professor Poor will present a paper, "The Rigid Body with a
Fixed Point Moving in a Resisting Medium." Mr. Craig will present "A
Brief Review of Osgood's Transactions Paper on the Top Problem." All
persons interested are invited. W. W. Fenton, Secretary.
Junior Research Soclety:
The regular meeting will be held at eight P. M. Tuesday evening Jan.
8, in Room 161 Natural Science Building. Initiations of new members will
take place, The papers of the evening will be,
"Electrocardiography and Cardiac Pathology" by George R. Herrmann.
"Accent in English, An Objective Study" by John H. Muyskens.
George R. Herrmann.
Acolytes:
Acolytes meets Tuesday evening, Jan. 8, in Room 106 M. H. at 8 p. m.
Frof. C. Bonner will read a paper entitled, "Greek Mysteries."
0. K. Bouswma.
Members Of The Adelphia:
The regular meeting will be held Tuesday, Jan. 8 at 7:30, in the Adel-
phi rooms fourth floor University Hall. There will only be a short program

WHAT'S GOING ON
TUESDAY
12:20-medical factdty lunch.
4:00-French play tryouts, room 202
S. W,
4:00-Soph Prom committee, meet in
room 302 of the Union.
4:30-University Girls' Glee club meet
in parlors of Barbour gymnasium.
6:00---Civil Engineering society meets
in the Union.
4:00-Tau Beta Pi dinner in room 319
of the Union,
WEDNESDAY
12:00-Klawanls directors lunch in
room 319, Union.
12:30-Natinee Musicale lunch in room
319, Union.
4:15-Palmer Christian, Universfty or-
ganist, rectial in Hill auditorium.
7 :30-Nava Resreves meet In room 321
of the Union.
:30-V. F. W. meets in Union.
7:30-Fresh Froile meets .in room
323 of the Union.
8:00-Highland Park cub meets in
room 325 of the Union.
7:30-Youngstown - Michign . club
meets in room 302 of the Union.
7 :30-Sigma Alpha Beta meets in room
304 of the Union.
7:30-A. S. C. E. meets in room 307 of
the Union.
8:00-Prof. J. G. Winter lectures on
"Ancient and Modern Rome," in
room D, Alumni Memorial hall.
U-NOTICES
All organizations, and fraternities
must have their group pictures tak-
en during the month of January.
All classes, ampus societies, and or-
ganizations must pay for their space
in the Michiganensian before Jan.
28.
Organization space is still available at
the Michiganensian ofice. Contracts
should be signed at once for this
space by organizations which have
not already done so.
There will be an impor$ant meeting
of the upper and lower staff of
Chimes at the Union at 4oclock
toady.

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