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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY____

?AGE~ 1~TGHT 'I'UkSDAY, JANUARY 20, I91~

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Blluetin Is constructive notice t, all members of
the University. Copy reoeived by the Assistant to th Pesident until
3:34 p. m. (11:30 a. tn. Stirday
Volume G 'TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 95 Numbi1er 87
University Lecture:
Attention is called to the fact that the University Lecture by Professor
Marston T. Bogert, of Columbia University, will be given Thursday evening,
January 22, at 8 P. M. Instead of Tuesday evening, as was announced.
F. 1:. Robbis.
Executive Board, Graduate SC110o:
There will bea meeting of the Executive Board of the Graduate School
on Wednesday, January 21, at 4:00 P. M.
A. It. Lloyd.
Mcimlwrs of the Admistratve Board, C'olege of Literature, Science uand the
Arts:
There will be a greeting. of the Administrative Board on Wednesday,
January 21, at 4:10 in 1beaEt'finger's ofce.
W. R. lrmuphrey.
Board In Cntntfof IRtudeutPublitions:
A meeting ,of the Boatd lip Cojtrol of Student Publications has been
called for Wednesday, Janury 21, at 4 P. M. tn the Press Building.
Grover C. Grlsmore.
Course Ill. the Summer, Se44lon t
The Abridged Airtmouncement for the Summer Session of 1925 will be
ready for distribution ii the registration offices of the various schools and
colleges on 'Saturday, au~y 24. The Announcement will contain a list of
the courses, to be given next summer. Students planning to attend the
Summer Session are. advied tb consult this Announcement before filing
their elections for the seeto semester.
E. l. Kraus.
Dr. Richard ,L. Sutton., 1rofssor of Dermatology at the University of
Kansas iMedic al I lipgl, wvil give an illustrated talk on "An African Lion
Hunt".on Tuesday night, January 20, at 8:00 P. M., in the Natural Science
Auditorium. Studeuts 05 the Medical School and any others interested are
invited to attend. Adnmlslon free. U. J. Wile.
Senlqs and Grdza* te 104ts~ of Educato:
Opportunity will b4 given next semester for a very limited number of
superior students to tQ~I~praice tearebiug in Detroit and possibly in Flint.
To dg so, students, illl t ,( t )eep one day per week entirely open for the
work." Those 84 esf41lW pmpleting the assignments will stand in line
for permanent positionsl nthle toit or Flint school systems. Any inter-
ested in, availing th4.0s*e p this opportunity should consult me in room
106 Tappan Hall; We4jooy jjnuary 21, between 2 and 4 P. M.
-C. 0. Davis, Chairman of the (ozuutte.
Economies J18-1'kalV itlba~e
The assgnnient6ithebp ~ce of the week will be Chapters 32, 34 an
35 in Jensen's "Puhite -Vl~'nnp&."1i. L. Caverly.
Advran~ecd _f'.I I S 4IN* , It
Senios and. g4u4 ae.s tudents *ho hve been promised places in thi~
course shoulad see mne W1edngsay or Friday of this week at 12 o'clock, Room
302 Mason Hall,. Tos. C. Trebood.
(liange of ('ourse, keouoAay lE1usxfi .
Secondary F u at101ft $3$, sfhediled .for Nlonday, Wednesday, and F+ri-
day at 9:00 o'clock to iie-coidute~i by' Professor Moehlman will not be given
next semester.t' k C. 0. Davis.
Promwetive Teac1ers ofEijsli:
All those whlo xpect to reeive fin June, 1925, the Teacher's Certificate,
with English as a ua'or or mir subject, are required to tae the exmina
tion to be riven Saturday morning, January 24, at 9 A. Al. in Room 1025
Angell Hal.
This examination is aso a prerequisite for admission to the courses in
the teaching of English ,scheduled for the second semester.
Earier announcements of this examination are to be found on page 17
of the announceenet of the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
and on page 55 of that of the School of Education.
C. C. Fries, Cairman of (omiltee.
The Tuesday section of the Women's Rifle Class will meet at Room 330
W: Rrgineering UoIlding, at 4:00 P. :l. today, and shooting will start. All
otherclasses "wl be resumed as previously scheduled. Beginner-, may sii
enter ajny section. L. )T. Brcher.
Pternisslon to Fleet Corses lit,'Play Productilon:
Thbose WhoQ wsh to. t'a application for permission to elect any of the
followling, courses in Public Speaking, ""The Art of Acting," "Stagecraft,"
"Play Production"-.or. "Play- Direction," may consult with me on Thursday,
January~ 22. froh l :to 5, FPriday, January 23, from 1 to 2 and 4 to 5, and Mn-
dlay,,January 261 from iI to l; In the ofce at the south end of the stage in
University Hll. 1. D.'T. Hololister.
Jutnior Enineerr.
Assembly this- morning at 9 o'clock in Room 34.

A. 0. Lee, Cla,.s Mentor.i

j(Cotiege of Phairmacy Stuts~i~:
All students of the College of Pharmacy should make their secondl
semester election of courses on January 21 and 22, in Room 250 Chemisti~
Building. Office hours 9-12 and 1:30-5.
C'. C. (f Iover, Secretary.
East Eigiimeeiriig Building Stiff:
Tphe regular monthly luncheon will be held Tuesday, January 20, in
rom 3201. Alfred 11. White.
Romance Club:
Nest meeting of the Romance Club, Tuesday evening, January 20, at
63:00 P. IkI., Michigan Union. Please notify Prof. Kenyon, telephone 3427, if
you cannot be present. A. G4. Canfeld.
Wloinen's Education Club:
T [here will be a meeting of the Women's Education Club Wednesday,
January 21, at 7:45 P. M. in Room 214 UT. I. S. Professor Carr of the Uni
versity High School will speak on "The Reorganization of Latin in the
Secondary Schools. All women interested in Education arc invited.
Lucille (1haiiners, P~res.
Play lProduictioni Plays:
I "The Playboy Of The Western World," a three act drama by John AiV.
Synge will be presented by the classes in Play Production Wednesday, Jan-
nary 21, at 8 P. M. in University H~all. Admission will be charged.
It. D.'T. iHollister.
Hoiiuse Presidents:
The picture for thelie Micliiganensian of the Boardl of Representatives
of the Women's h *,ague will be taken at )ey's Studio, Tuesday, January 20i,
at 12 o'clock. Please be promlpt. Margar'et C'. Dixon.
jPolonia Literary Circle!~
l 'Ensian picture will be taken at D~ey's Studio tonight at 7 :45. All mem-
bers out. Leo J. Nowieki, Pres.
1Mathematical Cijuh,: -
Regular meeting will he held in Room 3003 Angell Hall ,on Tuesday,
January 20, at 8 IP. M. Prof. A. L. Nelson will present "Adjoint Differential
Equations." All persons interested are invited to attend the meetings of
the Club. AV. W. D)enton, Seely.

Alumni News In
Brief
'.I1Hawleyv Ta pping, '1-6L1, field sec-
retary of the Alumiii association, had
reaichied Odlgel, Utalh, thie middle of
last week and the University of :Mich-
wanrclub of UItaliryas organizedi duir-
ing his stay. Prior to that time he
bad ,fto,,pto 0 ldr "s;;club's in 1Des;
Moines. Ia., Oiuai 1NC)., Cheyenine.
\Vyo., Casper, Wyo-, Denvecr, Col.-, and
Salt Lake City, Utah.
M12r. Tappimi; left.IJan. 4 0on an ex-
tendedl tour of the Pa,(ific Northwest
and the south ern nart of the coon- I
try. Ile is not e(xpeOcte(d to return to
Ann Arbor until the ididle of March.
The following were ejiecd officersj
of the Utah club at the re: ent organ-
ization meeting: presidlent, George Ift
Smith, "9T.,; vice-president, James If.
Devine, '0414; secretary-treasurer,
F'redl E. Arnold,'9 . The remainder
of the board of dlirectors of the club
is : John C. D~avis, '04L, K. S. Il ink-
ley, '93DB, Joseph IF. Merrill, '91, and
Richard It. Lyn.'n, F

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Noic ",aoi,ear P-h this eol'mA tn List
be etin ithe box at the Da~1y otb.e '
1 r'ni, ed f;ir tnnt T'rpose before a
oclock precet-C~inL the 'Ly of issue
1 TU'ESIDAY
9 :00--junior en-inleers assenmbly in
f rom 3-18 Enginecc' ing building. !
:3--Wotneln's RWile class nmeets in
i-)c-:n 320 West Engineering build-
n.
4:1 5--Clsayton Ilu ill ton speakls on
"The Old English Comedy," in Na-
tural Science auditorium.
6 :0(l-oaa L cEe '111) meets ini Union.
7 :45-Polonla Literary eilide 'IEnsian
picture at Dey studio.
8 :00-Talk oil "Dion limnthig" in Na-
!tural Science auditorium.
8:0-:1 l etimatic:l chlb Imeets ill
room 3003, Angell hall.
4:00-- Roard in Control of Stn lenti
Publications nmeet s in Press build-',
4:001-A. LI. E . prf sciut Yamama Can-
al and electzic -lower films in .Na-
tural Science auditorium.'

1 4:00 --Executive board of (:Kraduate
Sschool meets.
4 :10-Literary college administrative
board meets in Dean Effinger's of-
fice.
7 :1-1t Clemiens club meets in room
3163 of Union.
E :4.,-Women's Education cilb meets
in room. 214, University High
school.
S :00--Play Product ion classes present
"Playboy of the Western World," in
Univer sity hall.
F--NOTICES
''esu reiAs of organization s--- Every
organization appearing in the 1925
Michiganensian must have paid for
its space and have its picture taken
before Feb. 1, 1925. There will be
no extension of time.
Thiiiiiscripts for the February issue of
The Inlander will be read until Feb.
10. Manuscripts of every descrip-
tion are acceptable.
Clarcnce De Witt Thorne of the rhe-
bmis dlepartment has completed a. vol-
ine enititledi -Tle Mind of John
Keats," which will be pub~lished bly
'The Oxford university Press, of Lon-
don and Newv York.

rflht current nu t erT? of leAu-
ntis, ora teAun soito, :-PRIINCETON --(-'H liAIliaL ()IX A- N 1 'AIIE110z=
fcontains another n oiunwe to it's I11 ;ii
of Fame, Charles' F. flush, '69E, Se.D.
-most famous leaders in the fied of I Suits OJvercoatsIufes ei
electrieal engineering, the inventor of I
the successful Bush are. light.T es Sweaters, s, eta.-Ell in the m s
Edwardl N. Munns, '12, another pro- I. -
ofthlnieriyhad stylish designs and patterns. " For
according to the magazine, just com-
lltda trimp of investigation to thle y
forest experiment sthtions of the Tin I 1 he most up-to-d ate and fash1 -I
ited States government in the far1.
foest investigti.oneinsWahingofton y m ke i
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