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'ruEspi\y JANU

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blication in the Bulletin Is constructive notice to all members of
e University. Copy received by tik Assistant tc the P-esdent urtil
30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturrs.v t

To All Freshmen Engineers:
All Freshmen Engineers should remove locks and materials from
their lockers in the drawing rooms on the fourth floor of Engineering Hall
by Saturday, January 26th. All locks remaining in the drawing rooms after
that date will be destroyed and materials removed anil placed in storage
for the owners. R. K. Miller.

Sp ort Snap Shots
(Continued from Page Six)
baseman recently given his uncondi-
tional release by the Detroit Tigers,
inay Ise seen in a managerial capacityi

olumne 4' TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1924

Number 87 1

Dean's Advisory Committee, College of Literature, Science and the Arts:
There will be a meeting 6 the Dean's Adivsory Committee Thursday
January 23rd at 4:05 p. m. in the Dean's office. John R. Effinger.
To All Students:
Students intending to change their rooms at the end of the present
semester are hereby reminded of the fact that they are to inform their,
landlady of such intention at least two weeks prior to the end of the first
semester. It is advised that notice of such intention to move be made in
writing and dated, each party keeping a copy.
J. A. Bursley, Dean of Students:
Courses in tie Summer Session:
The Abridged Announcement of the Summer Session of 1924 will be
ready for distribution in the registration offices of the various Schools and
Colleges on Monday, January 28. This Announcement will contain a list
of the courses to be given next summer. All students planning to attend
the Summer Session are advised to consult this Announcement before filing
their elections for the second semester. E. H. Kraus.
Sociology 28:
9 o'clock quiz, Tuesday, January 22nd, will not meet. Students are ask-
ed to attend quiz sections Wednesday or Thursday, at 9 o'clock.
R. L. Lurie.
Spanish 2-Mr. Ballo :
The two sections of Spanish 2 belonging to Mr. Ballou, that meet
at 9:00 and 2;00 o'clock, will have their final examination on the first
Saturday, February 2, 2:00 to 5:00 o'clock, Room 202 Tappan Hall.
Mr. Ballo.
Changes In courses in Education:
Elementary Education 10 and 10d will be given on Thursday instead of
on Friday.
Educational Administration and Supervision 103: This course will not
be given second semester.
Vocational Education 102: This course will not be given second semes-
er. Margaret Cameron.
College of Pharmacy:
Students of the College of Pharmacy are requested to file their elect-
tos for the second semester in Room 252 Chemistry Bldg. on Friday, Jan-
:ary 25th. C. C. Glover.
.ollege of Literature, Science and the Arts, Mathematics Department:
Evaminatons in the following courses in mathematics will be held
Friday, February 1 from 2 to 5 p. m. In the rooms here indicated.
Math. C. Natural Science Auditorium.
(AIf'but Mr. Johnson's sections.)
Math. 1. Room B, Law Building.
(Mr. Johnson's sections) Natural Science Auditorium.
Math. i1E. West Phystes Lecture Room.
Math. 2. 203 Tappan Hall.
Mlath. 2.110 Tappan Hall.
Math. 51. 348 Engineering flu'h21n
J. L. Markley.
erele Francals Play:
The following persons are requested to be present at the Cercle Fran-
ais Rooms, 202 S. W., for assignment of parts in the French Play, at 4:00
'clock on Tuesday. z
Wm. Randall, Esther Kern, Herbert Sewell, C. E. Hodgman, P. J.
'renevost, D. E. Snyder, Evelyn Smith, Clara Law, Elwood Fayfield, E. N.
aaray, Samuel Bonello, Tom Montgomery, Robert Henderson, E. Parnall,
. L. Ireland, E . Tobin, M. Mansfield, Germaine Baer.
John H. Muyskens.
tOdents' Press Club:
The Students' Press Club will meet at 7:15 this evening, in Room 207,
rniversity Hall, to elect officers for next semester. Any persons interest-.
d may join the club at this time. A full attendance is requested.
J. L. Brumm.
nierican Cheieal Society, University of Michigan:
the next meeting of the section will be held on Thursday, January 24th.
t 4:15 p mln room 1042 of the East Engineering Bulding. Several mem-
ers of the Chemical Engineering Faculty will tell about their new building,
and following the meeting there will be a "personally conducted tour" of
tlr new quarters. P. F. Weatherill, Sec'y.
hanmier of Commerce:
There will be a meeting of the Chamber of Commerce in the Union,
Tednesday, Jan. 23. Proofs of the Ensian Picture will be decided on.
,oom of meeting will be on the bulletin board.
R. J. Chick, Jr., Publicity Director.
onor Couneil:
The members of the Honor Council will meet Wednesday, January 23,
five o'clock at Spedding's Studio to have their pictures taken for the
ichiganensian. Helen Locke, Secretary.
athematical Club:
Luncheon will be served for the Club in the Michigan Union on Wed-
csday, January 23, at 12:15. A room will be reserved.!
W. W. Denton, Se'y.
a Socledad Hispanlea:
There will be an important meeting of the Sociedad Hispanica this
rening in Room 110 at the Library. All members are urged to be there.
Milton Peterson.

dlelphi Notice:
The regular meeting of the Adelphi will be held Tuesday night in the
delphi Room, fourth floor, University Hall. Officers for next year will be
Aed on at this time. Thy Alexander, Speaker. 1
Iysics ColloquIum:
Professor A. W..Smith will speak on "Effect of Carbides on the Mag-
tic Properties of Steel", in the East Lecture Room at 4:15, January 21. t
H. X. Randall.
xtra Concert Series: ,
The next concert in the Extra Concert Series will be given by the De-
oft Symphony Orchestra, Ossin Gabrilowitsch, Conductor, Arthur Shat-
Eck, Pianist, Tuesday Evening January 22 at 8:00 o'clock.
The program is as follows: Prelude, Choral and Fugue (Bach); Fourth
rmphony in D minor, op. 120 (Schumann); Fifth Concerto, in F major, for
anoforte and orchestra, op. 103 (Saint-Saens) Mr. Shattuck; "Omphale's
)ining Wheel", Symphonic Poem Op. 31 (Saint-Saens); Scherzo from the
usic to a "Midsummer Night's Dream" (Mendelssohn); Overture to the
>era "La Gazza Lad'r (Rossini). Charles A. Sink, Sec'y.
rimance Club Meeting:
Romanice. Club meeting, Room 302, Michigan Union, Wednesday, Jan-
,ry 23, at 4:15 o'clock. A. G. Canfield.



ill:0-12( --:01i-liick dilpltheria ii-!
munity tests in Health service. i
12:00-Sigma Delta Rho pic;u're at1
12:00-PR1)ali a Epsilon picture at!
12:16-Aedical faculty lunch, Union.
1:00-State board musical lunch in
room 319-21, Union.
I-. 00--Tryouts for "Thfle Sweetest:
Kiss" at the Mimes theater.
4:00.5:00-Schic ktests.
4:30- University Girls' Glee club
meets in Barbour gymnasiumn.
5:0(l-Delta Sig na Rhoi meN in onm
302, Mason hall, for election of mein
5:0$-Alpha Delta Sigma meets in
room 32 1, Unioi.
5:30-Alpha Delta Sigma mianebers
meet in room 325, Union.
6:00-Mimes' dinner, roont 318-20, Un-
0:30-Alpha DeIta Sigma Initiates
meet in room 325, Union.
7:00-Sleighride for Baptist students.
Meet at Guild house.
7:30-Frosh Frolic committee meets
in Union.
'8:00 - Detroit Sympiony orchestraj
concert, Hill auditorium.
12:00- KiwaFnis dIrectors' lunch,
room 321, Union.
12:15-Maithematics club lunch, room
319, Union.
4:00-Romance club meets li room
302, Union. ic o
1:00-6:00-Open house in harris hall.t
t>:30-Washitenaw County Medical so.
ciety dinner, room 318-20, Union.-
7:0--Sigima iasta Chl nects in room!

on the Pacific coast the coming seas-
:- teran f Freign rs meet on, it is said. Incidentally Ty Cobb
in reading room, Union. # and Owner Navin have shown their
g73-aul Blanchard speaks at Conum appreciation of his services last seas-
,. : gron by telling Cutshaw that should he
4 :30-l~uican :11) meets in roomI fail to land something by the* time
A04,eion.t1rthe bell rings he will be welcome on
:306. Union. the Detroit payroll again.
30:,- Uno yn.sIllness kept him in the hospital for
i: 5--igeolak meets in Harris ball. a time last season. Cutshaw himself
I -PLane hall is not sure whether or not he will be
in shape to play the coming season.
'1His release was given him recently
U-NOTICES primarily to allow him to dicuss freely
tAn nvhii n n, inio h.trĀ®.

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I n exHI 011 of paintings by western
artists as well as by Leon Bakst is
Inow hanging in the opper gallery of
Alumni Memorial hall. The exhibit
is opel daily from 1:30 to 5 o'clock.
All organizations , and fraternities
must have their group pictures tak-
en during the month of January.
All elasses campus societies, and or.
ganizations must pay for their spaceE
in the Y chiganensIan before Jan.
28. 4(
0r.1anizatioi' space it; still availal at
the Michiganensian oice. Contracts
should be signed at once for this
space by organizations which have
not already done so.
" ,ciQO!ail clubs and any other campus
organizations that have not signed
for a booth at the Union Fair must
do so before Friday. All fraterni-
ties are asked to have their choice
of acts for the Fair in the hands of
Charles Livingston before that time
Manuscripts for the February number
of Whimsies will be received at the
Press building nuntil Feb. 1.
Phillips May Succeed Child
Rome, Jan. 21.-William Phillips,
under secretary of state at Washing-
ton, will succeed Richard Washburn
Child as American ambassador to J
Italy, it was reported in diplomatic
circles here today. Ambassador Child

any offers that might come his way.
Intramural Items
(Continued from Page Six)
soon after the end of the February
examinations. All men who intend
competing in the event would do well
Ito begin and get in trim for the'
events. Coach Botcher is in ther est
Send of Waterman gymnasium every
day and will coach all men who sig-
nify their intention of wrestling.
Basketball for the independent, so-
ciety, and chuich teams will not start
until after the ex-aminations. Entries
will be received any time until the
first Monday after school starts. These
teams can practice on the courts at
Waterman gymnasium any night be-
tween 6 and 7 o'clock, by calling the
Intramural office and having a space
reserved for them.
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