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AlLY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
ilication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
University. Copy received b tb Assistant tc the 'e=deit until
0 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturloa~
SATURIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1924 .
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A. S. M. E. Picture:
All members of the A. S. M. E., Student Branch are requested to be at
Spedding's Studio at 1:30 Saturday, January 26, for the group picture.
The next number in the Faculty Concert Series will be given in Hill
Auditorium, Sunday afternoon, January 27, at 4:15. The general public
with the exception of children under twelve years of age is cordially in-
vited to attend. An all Bach program will be given as follows:
Toccaga, Adazio and Fugue in C Major, Palmer Christian; Spiritual
Songs, (a) The Day is Done, The Sun Descends in Glory, (b) 0, Saviour
Sweet, 0, Saviour Kind, (c) Come, Welcome Death, Come Blessed Repose,
Aria 'Tis Thee I would be Praising, from "Christmas Oratorio", William
Wheeler; Gavotte en Dondeau et Bourree, Marion Struble-Freeman; Capriccio
Choral-Prelude "0 Sacred Head, Now Wounded", Mr Christian; Concerto,
D Minor, transcribed by Albert Lockw ood, Albet Lockwood.
Charles A. Sink, Sec'y.
In Senate Quiz
University Library Sunday Service:
The main reading Room and the Periodical Room only are open on Sun-
day from 2 to 9 p. m. Books desired for Sunday use, will be reserved in
the Main Reading Room Saturday evening for use on Sunday upon a per-
sonal request presented at the desk where such books are usually drawn.
William W. Bishop, Librarian.
Change of Address:
Students who have changed their Ann Arbor addresses since registering
last September should inform the Secretary of their School or College at
once in order that they may receive their grades.
Arthur C. Hall, Registrar.
Dr. Alfred F. Hess, Professor of Pediatrics at Bellevue Hospital Medical
College, New York City, will deliver a lecture on "Rickets and Scurvy", in
the West Amphitheater of the Medical Building at 7:30 p. in., Tuesday,
January 29, under the auspices of the University Pediatric and Infectious
Disease Society. Dr. hess is distinguished for his reasearch into the cause
and cure of these important diseases.
The public is cord:ally invited. 1D. Murray Cowie.
At the request of the Deans, President Burton recently appointed a Com-
mittee to consider the desirability of developing more systematic vocational
guidance and placement work here at the University of Michigan. This
Committee will report to the President's Conference of the Deans. Obvious-
ly, one of the Committee's first tasks is to ascertain the facts of vocational
guidance and placement about the University campus. One important line
of information which the Committee wishes to have in its possession con-
cerns the present vocational choice of the seniors in the Literary College.
To obtain data along this line a simple blank form will be circulated among
the seniors at the time of their registration for the second semester. A
personal interview will be sought in some instances. The cooperation of all
members of the senior class is requested that this important phase of the in-
vestigation of the Faculty Committee may be satisfactorily accomplished.
Professor Edmund E. Day, Chairman.
Dean J. A. Bursley.
Denn Jean Hamilton.
Professor G. E. Myers.
Professor J. S. Reeves.
Professor H. E. Riggs.
Economics ia (General Econoznies)-Second Semester:
A second section of this course has been scheduled for 11:00, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday in Room 202, Ec. G. S. Peterson.
School of Education :
By ruling of the Faculty, students in the school of Education may elect
the following courses for credit toward graduation but not toward the
Hygiene - Professor, Bartlett.
Educaton VII-9-School Health Problems-Dr. Forsythe.
Education VII-8-Community Play an :1 e t en-Mr. Mitchell.
A. S. Whitney.
February Sniors-School of Education:
All students who epect to complete he work for their degrees in Ed-
ucation in February should pay their diplon a and teacher's certificate fees
by February 9. The coupons must be returned to the School of Education
office. If any students desire to receive their degree and certificate in
June instead of :n February this fact should be stated on their coupons.
. . Krug, Recorder.
Teacher's Certificate Fee:
All students in the Literary College, Graduate School or School of
Education who expect to receive a teac her's certificate in Feb. should pay
the necessary fee before February 9. Blanks for this purpose may be se-
cured at the office of the School of Ed ucation and the coupon should be re-
turned to that office immediately. G. Krug, Recorder.
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 (ate will be destroyed and materials removed and placed in storage
for the owners. 11. W. Miller.
University Oratorical Contest:
Orations for the University Oratorical Contest must be submitted by Feb-
ruary 1. Orations are limited to 1850 words. The preliminary class con-
tests will be held during the week of February 1. For further information
consult members of the faculty of the Public Speaking department.
L. M. Eich.
There will be no meeting tonight. Next meeting will be on Saturday,
Pobruary 8th. Degree team will have picture teaken at Rentschlers today
at 1:45 p. m. R. C. Coutts, Pres.
La Socledad Hispanica:
The picture for the 'Ensian will be taken at Spedding's Sunday morning
at 10:30. Milton Peterson.
University of Michigan Banal:
Fomation tonight at 7:45 at Yost3
game. By order of the director,
WHAT'S GOING ON
Field House for Minnesota basketball
WIlliam Graulich, Jr., Asst. Mgr.
St4.5--Social hour, at TPresbyterian
church, Lutheran chapel, and Con-
G.:00-Social half hour at Niptist guEd
followed by the devotional meeting.
:630-Young Peoples' society, Presby.
terian church. M. R. Lyons, '26,
All na n-m Aneletesnd ir.
2:00-Congregational students' outing
club meets at church for skating
4:00---Mllitary lal committee meets
in room 302, Union.
6:00-Reception for deans, room 318-
7:00-Upper Room Bible class meets
in Upper room, Lane hall.
7:30-Basketball at Yost field house,
Michigan vs. Minnesota.,
Larry F. Sinclair
tI C~a S. ~ uafjJ .....v-jH. F. Sinclair is before the senate
ganizations must pay for their space; committee investigating the granting
in the IVchiganensian before Jan. of the lease on the Teapot Dome naval
28. oil reserve in Wyoming while Albert
Manuscripts for tMe February number B. Fall was head of the interior de-
of Whimsies will be received at the partment. Loans by Mr. Sinclair to
Press building nuntil Feb. 1. Mr. Fall of $25,000 are known.
9:30 a. m.-University
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10:45-Rev. H1. A. Jump opens a series TYPEWRITING
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the Congregational church, of all makes -
12:00-Baptist students' guild meet- Sold, rented cleaned
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Chapman in the Guild house. 0. D. MORRRILL
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2:45-Cosmopolitan club meets at
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