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TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Notivw ro, i-tthis c~ounur% must
l~ ift it ihe box at the lDaly office
proivmal fr tit ni prpose Before q
o(Iock prccerinngthe cay of issue.

Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice t,, all Jibers of
jthe University. Copy received by the Assistant to tiph. idlent until
20':30 P. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays
S Volume 5 TUESD)AY, JANUARY 27, Id~ umber 19
lthe Deans :
rqThere will b~e a conference of the Deansl Wednesday, January 28, a
40:00 A. M. in the. President's office. 1 . It IIlrihirs.
L~ecture by Dr. die Bosis : -
Dr. Lauro de Blosis, of the University of Rome, will p1eak to the faculty
'°adstudents of the Classical and Romance IDepartinents on re'cent ,reliaeo-
+lo ical discoveries in Italy, in Room 110 Uni\ ersity Library, at 4:10 P. M.
Tuesday, January 27. W ;n i. WH ip aof.
'Posiioneient1(If ean's Advisory (Commiittee, ('olhge of isf lt rt ure, ? 'i
once and the Arts:
ii The meeting announced for Monday afternoon has beens post~)oiccl
Sigtil Tulesday, January 27t0, at 4 P. M. in the D~can's office. The clhangE!
Asmade on account of the lecture Monday afternoon.
John IR. Pffittrr.
,1 embets of thle Ad iiinistrative Board, (Colege of Mlid t'iu re, 1-1cjCe aIrr
teArts:
lbTerc> will be a meeting of the Administrative BoUardt on XV&cIMslayr,
xmary2, at 4: 10, in D~ean Efiinger's cllice.
Regis1 t on---oege of Literature, Seience, and thfie Arts:
SRegisitration will take place during the second week of examiinations
,~roan 9-12 and 2-5, February 2 to February G, incluasive,. a'so on Satardar
orniing February 7, from 9-12. No one, who hiar registered theo first
4(nmester will b~e allowed to hand in elections on Mllonday, February 9. That
:pay is for new studlents only. Each student must present his own election.
Registration Rooms
All, Freshmien--Room 1025.Janes B. Angell Hat
All1 Sophomores-Room-1035 James B. Angell. Wall.
Juniors a knd Seiors-Registrar's Ofice,, University Hall.
Lilliran A. Ifulics, Assiji it Ristrar.
+' reh uen Reistration :
SRegistrat ion for Freshmnen on Monday, F+ebruary' 2, from = 5,andl on
ednesday, February 4 from 9-12 ,will he held in the halil outside the-Reto-
c Library, instead of room 1025 Angell Flall. WV. it.I~ flatliuireys.
a eilwrs o4f the Stininier Sessioni Staff:.
SCopies of the Abridged Announcement of thae Summier Se:-sion of 1,925
iia'.oJlus Edition) are being distributed by University Messenger to all
,,6einers of the faculty. Any corrections or changes in they Announcement
should be reported before January 30, so that the second- edition, intended
nrgeneral distribution, may be as free from error as possible.
3clool of Education:
Registriatio
~jRegistration will take place in the office of the School' of Education,

12 '15-twit kQuill rneiimbers haie 'En.I
Sian jictt nrot tken at Rent 5Vhler's.;
picture tatken ;at Rentschler%% I.
1.;,(. aattl_I . laxilbiticzu 0g 814)ek priits
and lDe Y,*is etchingr:; in 1Aluni
l\enmoria I Ball.
J:60-_ ea~s Advisory coiiiiuitltee
nmeets in Dmean 1,,tinger': office.
I 10t-- Dr. I."s tro ale B(i4slpeds ol
"Ii pcent Archapologic alDi)sc overiea
Iin Italy" in room 110, Library. ;
' : ii'- -- al * ial I mernukers hIave 'Ensiana
i;)iture taken at. llentschler's,
t?:60-- -P1rf. E. I6. JDichirlsoil spak~s onl
the "Intel-natic na lConit of Just~i c''"
a)t tl e II asgue'' in Lane hallI.
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t Credo 5V_=
T- loday's (tuesijoil : Xhich final - V;
~~nination (10 you exoect to lbe- ru F -
o detand which the easiest? Why?
;lalero uisl-,c~I: r"yhe Library. Now Through Wednesday
anaswers : Francis Light, '25.-
V'Astronolny will he tlt ht ardest, I., e- :
-cueiispurely a lecture cours" ___
l'ndl the scientific laws an(1 facts must A
)@ ' memorized. Public, speaking,'wl willi(n. OIna %Greo iu kig i 'l
easiest, because it's anl oral course, ,P- 'Ai oundIn iiSul)i e, Sfold fal-
,,T"with little outside prep~arat ion." rae pj
Ca'rl M. Boswell, '25.--"M~y hardest,
;? ill be History .43, for I ami little;
_lapted to memory work. The easiest '
*ill be Economics 171- a practical, -I
(teresting, business course."
Mollie 1-onuitc, '28- H istory will E Wht 3t a Nigh i-Oh I0N w+,N!
lse my ;hardest, because it. requiresa
,";eat deal of 3'eviewing, and mathe I c There--r
4m tics will Ibe easiest. i liM: it atna -
ka et un 11)with the dlly wcrk ."
M argaret Mlilnes5, '25.--"Psycholofry 11
Z thle course l expect to be mnost lif ;
cult, since my instructor has bseen 1--- AD!)EI)-____
't lsent so often. Too many bolts an e- _j
~3bad as too few. Rhetoric will be - _______-
1aeasiest final, since I have no text t j
r cok to study." BOB "KID, NE i AESOP
-' Jerry Benson J'25 Forestry.-"Silvui - IAL AL LE SPALEEAEO
I~uture is the hardest cour se, chiefly .. Tril Flld YMR()-J1A 7?
,Because I have not studied it. Tim -_ fl'1 S.RA;
~ber physiology is the easiest-because Sral s So te and Steps Miot of Fuin lRISh
,hiere is no final in it."
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S'Prof, H. 0. Whittemore; of the Land-IEM TlSIltR'RNC
; scape Designing department, will give =,,
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tiieeting of the garden section of the I=
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