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Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by tbo Assistant tf the 'lefi et until
3:30 p. m .{11:30 a. im. Satnr~av
Volume 4 FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1924 'Nitnier 84
Courseslit nuthropology:
During the second semester Col T. U. Hodson, Late Assistant Political
Agent in Manipur and Superintendent of the State, Fellow of the Itoyal
Anthr-o ological Institute, will be at the University as Special Lecturer In'
Anthropology. The following courses are offered:
32. General Anthropology. Two hours credit. Two lectures a week,
Tu, Th, at 11. Doom 207, N. S.
A survey of the physical characteristics of man, main ethnic elements,
language:, and their classification, social structure, economic and political
organization, religious beliefs, the cycle of life, and group life at cultural
levels, A description will be given of the main features of present day or
relatively recent conditions, with such historical and archaeological notes
as may be net'sssary.
102. The anthropology and reigions of India. Two hours credit. W.
F, at 11. R-oom 13 421, N. S.
In this coarse the outline of the general courses will be followed in
the main. E peeial attention will he given to. the relations of the lower
culureri with the higher. The history of Indian religious development
will he ytraced. TheC main tenets of Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Islam,
Sikzhism~ and of Parsilsin will be described and their contribution to religious
thought estimated.
202. Special area study. Assam. Three hour; credit. One lecture
and 'Iwo hours seminar per week. Tu, Th, at 1 (subject to change) and a
third hour, to be arranged. Tu, Room B 421, N. S., Th, Room B,. 173, N. S.
A special course on the anthropology of' Assam, which will acquaint
the student with the methods pursued in an intensive regional study. All
of the important groups will be discussed. John IL Effing'er.
Fa;culty of the Colleges of Engincering and Architecture:
There will be a meeting of the faculty of these colleges; on Monday, Jan-
uary 21, at 3 o'clock p. mn., in Room 41A West Engineering Building.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
Suplementary A unoutnceient-School of Edu cation:
Supplemecntary Announcement for the Second Semester can now be se-
curod at the office of the School of Education.
Margaret Cameron, Secretary.,
Finial Exnminations--Colleges. of Engineering and Architecture:
In order that prYoper adjustment may be made in all cases of conflicts
between assigned examination, periods, the conflicts must be reported by the1
Atudents involved b~efore the evening of Saturday, January 19th.
C. H. Fessenden.
ll tlt rtics-tcllcg , of Engineering & Architecture:
There will be- a meeting of the Mathematical Staff, Friday, January is,
at 7:.,:; p. m. in room 327. Alexander Ziwet.-
Esxteiupore Contest :
The general subject for the University Extempore Contest of the second
s emes ,ter will be the. Bok World Peace Plan. The try-out will he heldj
Mlonday, February 11, at four o'clock in room 302, Mason Hall. Any univer-
sity meni and women who have not ma de varisty debate teams may compete.
Each try-oult speech will be three minutes in leng-th; the speaker may treat
any phase of the general subject. The bc st s(4-, En contestants will be chosen
to participate in the final extempore Lase~ite following week.
Next May, in the Atkinson Prize Cer k ,;t. thi three' winners of this final
etxempore will compete with the thre winners of the final extempore or the
first semester. The awards in the At kinson Contest will be a first( prize of
fifty dollars and a gold mndal, andl a secoin ,rize ocf twenty-five dollars.
Norman B. Johnson, Mgr. Local Contests.
Player-, (lu):
I will be in room 203 Mason hall, south corridor, from 4:00 to 5:15 p.
in. to meat those people who tried out for membership last Tuesday.
Gloss. L. Taylor, Treasurer.

IWomnen's tc age:
All women on campus are cordially invited to the Annual Fancy Dress
Party at Barbour Gymnasium, Saturady Jan. 19, at 7:30). Prizes will he
awarded for the best indlividual as well as the best group costumes.
Helen Deibridge, President.

panizations must pay for the~ir space
in the Ychiganensian before Jan.

jIntramural Items1


C oolidge 'Double'
Attacks Decision
IOf Bok Committee,

12 :00--Law faculty luch, Union,
4: :0Qk-llhary ball comm~nit tee meets,
room 302, Union.
4 :15-C'ount Pyron ilaun de ProrokI
lectures on "Excavations at Cartli-
age." Illustrated with moving pie-
tures in Natural Science auditor-
5:00-Union fair committee, meets,
room 306, Union.
4 :30-Neiyark (fliJmeuets, room :304,l
17:30-:MathL staff meet s in roomi 317,1
Chemistry building.
8 :00-llockey, 1'icMseesifn Vst. ichi.ganl
and ice carnival in the Coliseum.
8 :00-Fresh medic swoker, rea ing
Iroom, Union.
810 -hob art guild dancing party for
fmembers and guests.

Organizatiov spdaee is still available at (Cniudfo aeSx
the Michiganensian office. Contracts (Cniudfo PaeSx
should be signed at once for this Six teams have entered the class
space by organizations which have hockey tournament which will start
not already done so. soon. This total is not up to last
The Westerners' club is a campus or- year's record and the class athletic
jganization whose membership is !managers are requested to form teams
open to any student who is from a enee steei oehce ae
stat lyng estof te Mssisipialntee thereamis tmor eoey ae
river. The purpose of the club is i vria fortecmu hsesnta
to bring together students who ee eoe
conie long distances to attend Mich-i
igan, and who consequently, may James Rice, former coach of the
experience dlifficulty in making ac- University of Columbia crew, has been
quaintances. To further the inter- signed as assistant coach 'for the Un-
ests of the student from the West; iversity of Pennsylvania crew to suc-
and to bring together for a social ceed Edward Marsh who held the po-
gathering these students who have sition last year.
much in common because of geo-
graphic and other reasons. According to the French Athletic
! Ml~iiganensian subseriptomis may be federation about 150 athletes will rep-
paid from 2 to 5"o'clock any after-j resent France in the track and field
noon this week, or from 9 to 12 on 1 events July 5 to 13, the. big week of
Saturday morning; in the 'Ensian of- the 1924 Olympic games.
flee in the Press building. Atten-
tion is called to the fact that sub- Melbourne, Jan. 1.-The Australian
scription rates for those who have dreadnaught Australia to be destroy-
signed up are $5 while the rate for ed under agreement made at the Wash-
those who sign up from this time ington Arms conference, probably gill
forwvard will be $5.50. Thbe sunk outside Sydney harbor, when



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Arcade--"Potash and Perlmut-
Majestic-"The Age> of Desire."
Wu erti- Jacque3 Gretil lat ins
Orphem---Larry Carey in "The
Canyon of Tools."

Stge- This, Week.

Whitney - Saturday, evening,
Jan. 19--Walker Whiteside'sI
mystery play, "The Hindu,". 1
Garrick -- (Detroit)-"The Love
Child," with Janet Beecher
sand Lee Baker in the leading
roles, I
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Pa ly classfiled tor real results.

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' ~ Fraik Ihendrick
frank Hendrick, a New fork lawyer
whose physiognomy often causes him
to be mistaken for President Calvin
Coolidge, has launched a polemic
against the Bok peace prize award
committee which he charges with be-
ing naturally too predisposed to favor
the League of Nations, so that no plan
!which ignored the League could re-
ceive favorable consideration. Iflend-
rick entered a plan in, the contest.
Organist To Give
Twilight Recital
The Tpwilight orgapn recital, which
was omitted WVednesd:y of this week,
will he played at 4:15 o'clock Sun day
afternoon in B ill auditorium. Palmer
Christian, 'University' organi :t, who
bas, been givin g recilals in several
towns'in the western part of the state
this week, will give the concert oil
Recitals will be resumied reguilarly
Wedne sday of next week, under r.
Christian's direction. The next Fac-
ulty concert will be given Sunday
Jan. 27, at which time various mein-
hers of the School of Music staff will
present an all-Mach: program.
Athens, Jan.' 17.-Serbia bas follow-
ed England In recognizing the new
:reek government, with officials still
hopeful that America, too, will extend
recognition. .

r :.00-hlaters club meets in Forestry 1 lIl~liiiIiI~tlll~Ihl i~It~IlI~llII'I~"I11110I111111
seminar. L. I. Barrett, '23, will'TE;o IE LIH NN
7: -Wni~ fancy dress par y it :
Barbour gymnasium.
8 :tl-B1asketbaIl in Yost field house. .:-O I~
Michigan vs. Iowa.,_ ___ ___ ___ __
An exhibition of paintings by -vestern
artists as well as by Leon Bakst is T E P I
now. hanging in the opper gallery of M$10 T E P I
Alumni Memorial hall. The exhibit=
is open daily from l : 3t to 5 o'clock.
All organizations and fraternities, H ' U niversityo k
must have their group pictures tak- ;=
en during the month of January. s
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