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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Y OFFICIAL BULLETI N
in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
ity. Copy received by tbe Assistant tc the Pes'dept until
(11:30 a. m. Saturr'.v.

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TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1924

Number 811

epartment Heads:
UB an aid in listing the items and preparing detailed estimates for the
irs and Maintenance Budget for the coming year, I would like to have a
f all the items which, in your opinion should have our attention in the
ig year.
'here should be included in this list of items any painting which you
necessary, improvements in plumbing, heating, ventilating, and
ng and such items as locks, doors, -windows and curtains needing at-
in.
n the past, complete lists have, in some cases, not been turned in as
which were asked for in previous years were not takencare of through
of funds or other reasons. I should like very much to have your list
le any items which you have asked for in the last few years anid which
not taken care of.
would also appreciate any suggestions for the better carrying on of our
or any criticisms in janitor or other service.
would like very much to have the above information within the- next
x .~.1...1

E. Pardon, Supt. Bldg. & Grounds Dept.

quirements For Graduation:
All Literary students, below the rank of Senior, are hereby officially
Ified that the requirements for graduation in February, 1925, and there-
er are changed so as to read "One hundred twenty or more hours and at
st as many points." In other words the students entire record must show
average of C grade. Arthur G. Hall, Registrar.
'shrnan Elections:
All Literary Freshmen are directed to come to the Registrar's office this
ek to fill out and file their election blanks for the second semester in
ordance with the sheets previously handed in.
Arthur.G. Hall, Registrar.
arses In Sociology:R
Sociology 21 (Social Evolution), announced' for the second semester,'
been withdrawn. It will be offered in the summer session of 1924, also
he year 1924-25.
Sociology 22 (Rural Sociology) will be given as announced. It is plann-
however to omit it during the year 1924-1925. Owing to this fact, it is
n for next semester to those juniors whd care to elect it, even if they have
1 no previous work in Sociology. Those not having had Course 19 will
expectd to take it next semester to accompany Course 22.
IL H. Holmes.
lor Engineers:
Assembly in room 343, Tuesday, Jan. 15. at 11 o'clock.
P. Field.
lthenatics: College of IiP'raiure, Science, and the Arts:
There will be a meeting of the Mathematics Staff, on Tuesday, January
at 4 p. m. in Room 110, Tappan Hall. J. L. Markley.
Ptoric Instructors:
The instructors of freshman Rhetorie will nlase meet in the Rhetoric
rary, Wednesday afternoon, January 1(i at 4 o'clock.
T.. Rankin.

Zoological And Geographical.Clubs:
At 7:30, Thursday evening, January 17, Mrs. Hilda Hempel Heller will
give a lecture under the auspices of the Zoological and Geographical Journal
Clubs in the Mineralogical lecture room, 224 New Science Building. The
title of the lecture will be "Mammals of the Peruvian Pampas." An in-
vitation is extended to all who are interested. The lecture will be illustrat-
ed with lantern views. Peter Okkelburg.
K. C. Mclt irry.
Art Exhibition:
Thre will be a Gallery Talk, by Mr. Leon A. Makielski, on the painting
of Californian artists, of members of the Taos Colony and other Western
artists, now on exhibition in the West Gallery of Memorial Hall, Wednesday,
Jan. 16th, at 4:00 p. m. Admission free to University students.
Warren P. Lombard, Pres.
Organ Recital Postponed:-
The next Twilight Organ Recital will be given by Mr. Palmer Christian
University organist, Sunday afternoon, January 20, at 4:15 instead of Wed-
nesday. The postponement is due to Mr. Christian's tour under the aus-
pices of the University Extension Department. Charles A. Sink, Sec'y.
Detroit Symphony iOrchestra:
Ossip. Gabrilowitsch will be the conductor at the next concert by the
Detroit Symphony Orchestra in the Extra Concert Series in Hill auditorium.
January 22. Tickets are still available at the University School of Music.
Charles A. Sink, Sec'y.
Choral Union Tryouts:'
There are a few vacancies in all sections of the Choral Union and those
wishing to tryout please report at the School of Music Tuesday evening at
8:00. Earl V. Moore, Conductor.
Public Speaking For Engineers:
Program for Wed. Jan. 16, Room 348 Eng. Bldg., includes C. E. Meyer,
chairman; Sanders, Thompson, Tsou, King, Vielmetti, Elwood, W. H.
Arnold, Woolley, as speakers. J. K. Bulmer.
Players Club Tryouts:
Tryouts for The Dover Road will be held today Tuesday, January 15th
in Room 205 Mason Hall-beginning at 3:00 o'clock. Tryouts may be nade
in groups at the option of the tryouts..Application for membership may be
made at this time. Stacy R.Ilack, Pres.
Tryouts For The Spanish Play:
Tryouts for the annual Spanish play will be held this afternoon at 3
in Room 201, South Wing. All those interested will please report to Mr.
Mercado at: that time. Miton Peterson.
Cerele Francais:
Important meeting of the Cercle Francais in the parlors of Barbour
gymnasium, Tuesday, January 15, at 7:15 p. m.
Helen Nancy Woodruff.
I. 0. 1 . C. Baud:
Band practice at 7:15 tonight at the former chapel, corner of State and
Jefferson Stretts. Win. T. Carpenter.
Delta Sigma Rho:
All members or Delta Sigma Rho on the campus who are not members
of the Alpha Chapter are requested to send their names and addresses toC.
E. Hodgman, Sec. 114 12th St. The National Convention will be held in
Ann Arbor May 1, 2, 3 and the cooperation of all inember is expected. T'

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OPERA WRITERS WILL,
MEET UNION COMMITTEE
The Book and Music committee of
the Michigan Union Opera will meet
all those interested in writing either'
the music scores or the book for the

# 1925 Mimes production at 4 o'clock meeting what is wanted in the way
Wednesday afternoon in room 304 of of scores, and will endeavor to hell:
the Union. The reason for holding writers in working out of their ideas.
the meeting at this early date is to' As an added incentive for the pro-
enable the more careful selection of duction of a bigger and better Opera.
the books submitted, and to make the Alumni association is conducting
possible a certain amount of prelim-' a campaign to raise $250.00 to be
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in the spring, it is said. i book. All who are interested are
The committee will explain at this asked to attend this meeting.

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English Department will me
tuary 15, at 12:10 o'clock.
Colloquium:
he meeting of the Physics Co
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R£ed The Da ly "Class d" olumns1.
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H. X. Randall.-
and business meeting of the A. S.1M. A rtlr! WI rg a I
15, at 7:30 p. m. in the Union. Im-
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Julian Feows, Sec'y. iving body through the dry bones and then ma ing
others see it also." -Theodore Roosevelt.
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