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THE TCf-TTGAN DATA Y

THURSDAY, JANUARY 24,

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assiatant tc the . edent ufitil
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. in. Satur'av
Volume 4 TIURSDAY, ,JANUtARY 2 1924 Number S
University Lecture:
Professor Raymond M. Alden, of Leland Stanford, Jr., University, will
deliver a University lecture on "The Relation of Poetry to Drama", Friday
afternoon, January 25, 1924, at 4:15 o'clock in the auditorium of the Natur-
al Science Building. The public is cordially invited. F. E. Robbins.
University Club:
The visiting Deans and Administrative Officers of Engineering Col-
leges will be the guests of the University Club at a smoker after their even-
ing session Friday, Januray 25. Members of the Club are urged to be pres-
ent to meet the members of this group. C. T. Johnston, Pres.
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.
Graduate Students :
Graduate students should make their second semester elections in the
office of the Graduate School on February 6, 7, 8, or 9. New students or stu-
dents transferring from other schools or Colleges should register on the
same dates. A student transferring at this time should at once ask the
Secretary of his School or College to prepare and send to the GraduateI
School an official transcript of his .undergraduate record. A. H. Lloyd.
To All Freshmen Engineers:
All Freshmen Engineers should remove locks and materials fiom1
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 and placed in storage
for the owners. H. W. Miller.
Department of Rhetoric and Journalism:
Members of the staff of the department of Rhetoric and Journalism will
hold a luncheon at The Michigan Union on Thursday, January 24, at 12
o'clock W. M. Abbot.
Rhetorie I an II Examinations:
The various instructors of Rhetoric I and II will hold their examinations
Thursday, January 31st, from 2 to 5 p. m. in the following rooms and build-
ings:
Mr. Abbot-Room 202, Tappan Hall.
Yr. Adams-Room 208, Tappan Hall,
Mr. Bowsma-Room G 217 Natural Science Building.
Mr. Brown-Room 427 F, Natural Science Building.
Mr. Bower-Room A, Memorial Building.
Mr. Conrad-Room B, Law Building.
Mr. Coffey-Newberry Auditorium.
Mr. Fletcher-Room B, Law Building.
Mr. Greenland-Natural Science Auditorium.
Mr. Horn-Room D, Memorial Building.
Mr. Johnson-Room 302, ilason Hall, Rhetoric II.
Mr. Lasher-Room 110, Library Builin.,
Mr. Smith-Room B, Law Building.
Mr. Slusser-Room 205, Mason- Hall, Rhetoric I and II.
Mr. Schenk-Natural Science Auditorium.
Mr. Wells-Room 206, Tappan Hall.
Mr. Wicker, Room A,Newberry Hall.
W. 'I. Abbot, Chairman Examination Com.
Automobile Engineering Students:
For the benefit of students taking courses in Automobile EngineeringI
there will be shown on Wednesday evening, January 23rd, at 7:30 p. m. in
Natural Science Auditorium a series of moving picture films loaned by the
Motor Transport Corps and by the North East Electric Company. Open to
the public. W. E. Lay.
Mathematics 49:
During the second semester the lecture for statistics, mathematics 49,
will. occur Tuesday, at 1, instead of Wednesday at 1 as previously announc-f
ed. H. C. Carver. I
French 24 (Moliere):
This course will be given the second semester at 11:00, Room 100 S. W.,
instead of at 10:00 as announced.
A. G. Canfield. ;
Alpha Epsilon Mu:
Meeting Thursday, Jan. 24, at 7 p. m., Room 302, Michigan Union.
J. D. Miller.
A lp ha gNs:x
There will be no more meetings until after the examinations.
Earl Cory, President.I

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Geological Journal Club:
There will be a meeting of the Club in Room G 436, Natural Science
Building, at 7:30 p. m. on Thursday,January 24th.
Program:
"Algae as Limestone Makers and Climatic Indicators" by W. S. Glock,
Reviewed by Professor Ehlers.
"The Nomenclature and Genetic Relation of Certain Calcarceous Rocks"
By E. IVI. Kindle.
"The Physical and Biological Characteristics of Certain Types of Marlyte
Balls from Manitoba and Michigan" By E. M. Kindle.
Both papers by Kindle reviewed by Mr. Mitchell.
All interested are cordially invited to attend.
L. ll. Gould, Secretary.
Delta Sigma Rho:
The pictures for the Michiganensian will be taken Friday, Jan. 25 at
12:00 noon, Spedding's Studio. All members are urged to be present.
Frank 31. Rackstrom,President.
Cercle Fr&ancais:
The Cercle Francais picture will be taken at 12:30, Friday, January 25,
at Spedding's. Vivian North, Secretary.
Chaulialin Concert:
Feodor Chaliapin, assisted by Rudolph Polk, Violinist and Feodor
Koenemann, Pianist, will give the following program at the Choral Union
Concert in Hill Auditorium, F riday evening at 8 o'clock.t
Attenton is called to the fact that Mr. Chaliapin will announce from
the platform the songs which he will sing, the English translations of which
will be found in his repertoire books which will be distributed with the house{
programs.
Aus der Heimat (Smetana), Sereande Espagnole (Chaminade-Kreisler),
Caprice Basque( Sarasate) Rudolph Polk;) Chaliapin, songs to be announc-
ed; Sonette del Petrarca (Liszt), Valse Carpice (Rubinstein), FeodorC
Koenenann; Prize Song from "Die Meistersinger" (Wagner-Wilhelm),t
Souvenir de Moscou (Wieniawski) Rudolph Polk; Chaliapin, songs to be 1
announced.
A limited number of standing room tickets will be placed on sale at the c
School of Music, Friday morning, January 25, at 10:00 o'clock.
Charles A. Sink, Secretary.Y
"Beyond The Horizon," Public Production:
As the final program in the Play Production series for the first sem-
ester Eugene O'Neill's three act drama "Beyond The Horizon" will be pre- r
sented in University Hall tonight at 8 o'clock sharp. An admission charge
of 50c will be made for those not holding tickets for the series..
I. 1). T. Hollister.
- " -- of Whimsies wil be received at the
Press building nuntil Feb. 1.
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HOCKE Y PR A CTICE
IS AGAIN HALTED;
THURSDAY
12 :10--Rhetoric staff dinner in Union. (continued from Page Six)
12:14--Round-Up club meets for We.- )provement with each pratice.There

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The entry in the 115 pound event will,
be picked from DeFoe, who until re-
cently has been on the disabled list
and Doty who in his first match gave'
such an excellent account of himself
Palmer is the only man who is out
for the heavyweight division and he
is a fixture in that class. Either
Grubb or Ferenz will start in the 158
pound match and from Curran and
Meads will be chosen the man to han-
dIe the 175 pound assignment.
Complaints have been heard decry-
ing the so-called slowness and inac-
tion in evidence at the meet last Sat-
urday night. In explanation of thie

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ture at Rentschler's studio. I are several other possible switches it might be said that almost anything Nest." It's an especially good dance number and
3:i0-Repblicun club picture at( that the Coach is contemplating, but would appear slow after the almost and just as attractive, if not more so, than his other
Spedding's, jte has not yet decided anything defin- dizzy speed and action of the basket-
itely. ball game that preceded the wrestl- two great sucCesses.
7:00-A. p!Elon Mu meets n- Coach Barss was disappointed at ing matches. In spite of this let-
the news that Harold Blinco would down in excitement however, most of
7:30-Glee Club meets in Union read- not be able to play next semester the crowd stayed in their places and HEAR IT TODAY AT
ing rOQU due to a combination of sickness and watched the matches through to a
7:30-Geological Journal club meets scholastic difficulties. Blinco is an finish.
in room G-46 Natural Science Ontario lad who showed great prom-
building. ise at the start of practice, but ill- Patronize The Daily Advertisers.
7:30-Rho (lai society meats in room ness forced him to the hospital where
.100, Chemistry building. he has remained for several weeks
S:00-"Beyonud the Horizon" presented Consequently, his studies have suffer-
by class in play production in UII- e and ie nik h at he wiO
1 vesiy ai.able t ak p his work in time te 3 Iew Victor !O n
ivesit Hal.play hockey. Blinco is an able puck-
FRIDAY ster, and the Coach would have used Re1rs.0 E. WASHINGTON ST
7:00-a. m.-Holy Communion in Wil- him to advantage had he been in 1 EVERY FRIDAY
liams Memorial chapel, IHarrishallposition to compete.
ed rakfast. ' It is unlikely that Coach. Barss will! UNIVERSITY MUSIC 616 E. LIBERTY ST
12:10-Law faculty luncheon in U1- make any more cuts in his squad as HOUSE
ionf he has pruned his list down to the I
!op:he--r oe n e Fran1iis:plcture taken point where he can work convenient- I 'Iu lIIgnu nuItiiiiujiini i9mlMMEMM
12:30-C rcle Franais picture taken ly and where the men remaining on
at le gs o cmmtt the squad are all hockeyists of abil-
4:06-Members of J-hop committee ity. I . THEY CO LIKE LIGHTNING
I booth 47, "Wolverines" meet in Un-_
ion reading room.
4:15-Prof. R. M. Alden, of Leland WRESTLERS WILL ESTOR JOH SON $KATES
Sanford university, lectures in Na- FACE OHIO NEXT TOR____________________
tural Science auditorium.
8:00-Chaliapin concert in 11111 audi- (Continued on Page Eight) FOR MEN AND WOMEN
1 torium. team and in his initial attempt at the
U.Nt'OTICES grappling game showed much prom- $1® THE PAIR
ise of developing into a good wrestl-
All classe campus societies, and or. er. Barker as yet has not announced 2
ganizations must pay for their space the final choices for Saturday's meet
the 10chiganensian before Jan. It is a certainty however that RoseWUytie
28. ( will start in the 145 pound division R
Sectlonal clubs and any other campus I as will Karbel in the 125 pound class
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
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