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THE MICHIGAN. DAILY

* THE MICHIGAN DAILY ____ TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1925

muust prcscnt his own election Bard to the Recorder. Before making elec-
tions students should consult the Supplementary Announcement p~rintedI by
the School "of Education as well as the one printed by the College of Litera-
ture, Science andl the Arts.
Education Courses
All studentsi electing courses in E~ducation where more than one section
Is given should obtain special class cards. These may be obtained in Room
106, Tappan Hll, from 9 to 12 and 2 to 5, Wednesday, February 4 to Friday,
February 6, inclusive, also on Saturday morning, February 7 from 9 to 12.
February Seniors
All Diploma and Teacher's Certificate fees must have been paid and
the receipts returned to the Recorder, School of Education, by February 14.
Office hours 10:30-12:00 A. M., 2:30-3:30 P. M.
Teachiers' Certificates
Blanks for the payment of the t'eacher's Certificate fee may now bc,
secured at the' office of the School of Education. All students who expect
to be kecommetded for the Teacher's Certificate at the end of the present
semester must pay their fees and return their receipts to the Recorder,
School of Education, by, February 14.
Ofiehours .10:30-12:00 A. M., 2:30-3:30 P. M.
Gretchen Thuig, Recorder.
-Finl'Examination ln Rhetoric 1:
Alsections of Rhetoric 1 will be examined January 29th from 2-F) in
thie afternoon. The schedule of rooms follows:
Mr. Abbott, Mr. Adams, Mr. Bower: Law Building Room D.
Mdr. Bouwsmia:, Angell Hall Rooms 2003 and 2203.
Mr. Conrad, Mr. Osborn: Physics Building West Lecture Room.
Mr. Donnelly, Mr. Pletcher: "Alumni Memorial Hall West Gallery.
Mlr. Horn : Angell, Hall Room 1025.
Mr. Powers: Angefl ll2Room 231.
Mr. Schenk: Angell Hall Room 35..
Mir. Smith: Angell Hal Room 25.
Mr. Solve: Angell Hall Room 1035.
Mr. Van der Lugt: Angell Hall Room 6.
Mr. Wells: Angell Hall Room 2225.
E. A. Walter.
-ewv Course in ta~bor Problems:
A course entitled Special 'Topics in Labor Problems is to be offered in
the Department of Eepnomics next semester by Miss Margaret Elliott, who
comies to the School of Business Administration as assistant professor of
Persconnel Management. 'The course will be open to juniors and seniors in
the Literary. College who have passed satisfactorily Courses 51 and 52 (or
53 and 54). The houtrs of the cour~e are to be arranged. Professor Elliott
will be at Tappan'108 during the forenoon of each day beginning February
5ath to consult, with. students who wish 'to elect the course.
Ednund E. Day.
1sirnish 1 Exartnatiojs: ,
*Spanish 1 general exam will be held the first Saturday afternoon,
January 121, as follows:
Mr. Gareia,- il setos-Room' 1025 James B. Angell Hall.
Alr. Thompson-all sections--Rooni 25 James B. Angell Hall.
Mr. Sanchez- ,411 sections-Room 23I. James B. Angell Hall,
Mr. Storer-both sections-Roamr 6 James B. Angell Hall.
Nlr. I:ogan-botlh'ectjons- oomt 35 Jamies B. Angell Hall.
Mfr. DeFilipPis-Room 1035 James B. Angel! Hall.
a. A. G. C'anfield.

Na mes A-F inclusive, WVest Physics Lecture? Room~.
Names G-L inclusive, Room B Law Buiding.
- -_____ - - J.IR. El aydeyi.
lxamI iation willI'.-e Held(I Tueistay, E'eb rirary 2,at {)A. ),i., in We t Gal-
leryp ot A lumani M emorial TI all. St udenuts mnay 1Ba ug ext books-, lnt e hooks,
or anry other bioob{s or larnlyb I ('Is they desir e. TI. 11. B('(5l.
O',sei'vation anid methods in thle Teaclug of flota iv :
Stuldenlts expecting to elect (curse 5(1 4 in I ot ; ny should t:4lce lnot e o
the following changes:
1. This course will be given for two biooris cediti jOsIC,d of ncele ho .,
2. l'ie observation will be1in 10te I.i i versi t iiighli School, not in tlip
A nn Arbor High School.
i ;. Thn, class will meet on Tu'resday anal Thursda:y at 4, in1 room 1 2)
u niversity fi gh School, a ml for thle first five weeks will be il c ha rge of D r,
Curt is.
4. All stud cnts who expect to offer thIiis courtse in partial fulill11ment of
the requireinentIs or the Lifle Certi ficat e must elect the cell s, as l"'du,a .io a
D.1.0) (Blota ny) , in the School of E~ducat ion. This applies also to those st U-
Sdents of Zoology who, on account of the absence of T'rotf. ( eurg e It. I :i Riue,
are reconinineded to elect coFurse l'dotit ion It) 10{) (Gol amy), int ed of 1) 150
R. 0. ''. C.:
Tlhere 'wvillbe no Ba id piaot t('o Tlu(,d~ry niThI !,, lrj1 I'llo iiexf
practice will be F'ebrrta ry 0Ii_~, 15. '8 im. TI. (frn ier.
It. 0. T. C.:
Af1. S. 3. Allmimmit ionl: I Ilwilig' of sOcl ic nalised lri.,n(V iia'; 1bo(ob-
tained f1 roiti ?IU/ offi(ce. L. 11. B ficier.
Fcally Wcenl's (CIO) Lec ture:
Onif Wednesday evening,, February 4 at S o'cloc, 0flown 122 ('iiemistry
BLd Iding, Professor 1-1. 0. Whitjteor e, under the dI re(Iiion oft thre Cardenl
Sect'on of the Faculty Monwen'" Club, will dleliver an illtustrated llct ure oin
Landscaping the Home Ground:-. Members aro in vited to bring friends.
I rene e-vvuirgii, Prog ramin('Iairia ii.
Chorail [nion l'sh('rs:
All Choral Union ushers report at the usual time 1'or concert toniorro~v
evening.
Admittance b~y cardl at Rast. entrance only. 11. A. D~avenplort.
Alpiha Au:
The group picture of Alpha Nu. will be taken Wednesday noon at 12:2
at Spedding's.. ~James J. 1)uiin.
IForestry Club Picture:
The Forestry Club 'Ensian picture will be taken at. Rentschler's studio
today, January 27 1925, at 12:45 P. 1\. All Foresters are requested 10 be
present. Paul 1% llie.
Lunchocon f'or the Club xwiil be served in the main dining room of the,
Michigan Union on Wednesday, January 28. at 12: 15.
___________11'. 11'. Denton, sec~y
Adelplii:
1h)( 'linsian picture Will be tal-en Tuewdry c f-nin - at 7 :20 P. M., Pont-
scelr' Studio. All active and associat~e i"ai1bcrs orc,' requested t.-3 be
present. 11' C. Dixonx, Sp noher.

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Rocms for Frrntli I Exam~s:
-The rooms for Frenich 1 general exam which will be held the firs
Saturday afternoon, January, 31, -will be,. as follows:
Poth 3:40 o'clock sections--Roorq,3017 James B. Angel! Hall.
*Both 10:00: o'clock, 'ections--Roomn 2225 .James B. Angel! Hall.
Both 1.:00 o'clock sections- Loomi 2023 James B. Angel! Hall.
Bothb 2:00 o'clock sections-Room i205 M. 1.

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French 8i1 Exaiis:
French 31- exams will be held as
All 8:00 o'clock sections Room 25
9:00± o'clock sections belonging
Room G James $. Angell Hall.
9:00 o'clock sections belonging tc
Room 2003 Jam~es D3. Angell Hall.
All 11:00 o'clock sections-Room
All 2:00 o'clock section s-Rooml
Puiblic SpeAking Elections:;
Before electing .courses in Public
rtudents nMust consult thie Pblic $4
section asIgnments. 'T'hls Committef
from 9 to 12 mornings and from 2 to
ruaty 6, ipelusive.

ii 4V0 J~lre~ ti.Angel Hal. Tlost. a P1051)f'ct th}e
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scheduled in the following rooms:
5 James B. Angell Hall.
to Mr. Muyskens aind Mr. Brown--_j
to Mr. Michaud and Mr. Wadsworth-
1025 James B. Angel!l Hall,.
,25 James B. Angell Hall.'
A. G. Canifield.
'p a i g f rt e s c n se et alspeaking Classification Committee for-
e will be in Room 3211 Angel! lail11
5 afternoons from February 2 to Feb-
________ G. E. Densnmore. Re d he W n A s
ry, 30, 2 P. M.f
A FOR FINAL. EXAMS

Electric Heating .Pads
Are Comfort Givingf Necessities Which
Every Home Should Have
We have very serviceable ones
with one heat control at $500
and thre heat control A p$7.50
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CITY OF ANN ARBOR
To be Operated by
PEOPLE'S MOTOR COACT I COMPANY
Commnencing Febiuary I
NO. I1--PACKARD - HURON
Star'tinigtroml)Glendale lDrive, east oil Jackson Avenue, east on
Iluron St reet to Main Street, south on Mai Street to Packard
Street, souitheast on Packard Street to Shadford Road, caSt on
Shadford Rtoad to Lincoln Avenure, north on Lincoln Avenuec to
Granger Avenue, west on Granger Avenue to Packaid StreetL
returning northwest on Packard 1S-treet to Main Street, northi no
MSain Street to II mon Street, west on II uron Street, west on
Jacks Ai Avenune to Gleiidale Drive.
NO. 2-MILLER ® SOUTH MAIN
Starting fromo floov r Ave~iue andI Green Street, west on hoover
A venue to South Main Street, north on South.1 Main Street to
Miller Avenue, west on Miller Avenue to Spring Street, north
can Suring Street, to H-Iiskook Street, west onil liscockc Street to
Brooks Street, south onl Brooks Street to Miller Avenue, east
onl ,'Hiller Avenue to Ma i Stree t:, .south onl Mains Street to
hloot er A venue, east on I oer Avenue to Careeni Street.
Starting from the intersection of Waslitenaw and Austin Ave-
inoes, northwest on Washtenaxv Avenue to South U;niversity
Avenue, ,west on South university Avenue to State Street, north
oit State Street to Williams Street, west on Williams Street to
Main Street, noirth on Main street to Catherinie Street., east on
Catherine Street to Detroit Street, northeast on Detroit Street
and Broadway to Moore, northwest on Moore to Pontiac Road,
south on Pontiac Road to Swift Street, southeast on Swift
Street to Mlloadway, southwest on Broadway and Detroit Streets
to Catherine stroet, west obi Catherine Street to Main Street,
youth on Mari Street to Williams Street, east on -Williams Street .
fo State Stree.t south on State Street to South UTniversity
Avenue, east on South University Avenue to W pshtenaw Avenue2,
oouthleast on Washtenaw Avenue to Austin Avenue.
NO. 4-LIBERTY - HOSPITALS
Staring arlternately fromn Soule Boulevard and West Liberty,
and from Seventh and Madison Streets north on Seventh Street
to West I ili rty Street, east on West Liberty Street to Fourth
Street, nort~h on Fourth Street to H-uron Street, east on Huron
Street to Ingalls Street, north on Ingalls Street to Catherine
Street, east on Catherine Street to Clark Street, south on Clark,
Street to Ann Street, east on Ann Street to Observatory Street,
returning came roulhte alternating the service from Seventh and
Liberty to Sevenith and Madison and Soule Boulevard and
Liberty Street.4
NO -M .D P TaB RSStarting from the Michigan Central Depot, southeast on Carey
Str'eet to State Street;, south on State Street to Monroe Street,
east on Mon~zroe Street to East Unriver.Sity Avenue, south onl East
university Avenue to Hill Street, east on Bill Street to Church
Street, south on Church Street to Prospect Street, southeast on
Prospect Street to Wells Street, east on Wells Street to :Lincoln
Avenue (Burns Park).
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