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V&OE 1!1011T ~~~~~THEMICHIGAN DAILY_____UEDYFBRAY1,92

TU3?:>DAY, FEBRUARY 10, 110-15

DALYOFFICIAL BULLETIN
(Continued from Page Three)
for new students; should be made Tuesday afternoon between 2 and 4 in
Room 222, AngellI14all1.1. ans
French 11:
There will be a new class opened in French 113, Tuesday and Thursday,
11:00. Get cards in 1O4SW.
A. G. CanfieldI.
French 116:
All students whlo wish to take French 116 of Mr. Delattre meet in Room
100SW at 12:45 Tuesday ,February 10. Important.
Andre 1Jeattre.
Observation In, French and Spanish:
The courses in observation in French D115, andl Spanish 1D145 (Spanish
15,) will meet in Room 201SW, north corridor, instead of 205SW as statedl
in the announcement.

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A. G. Canfield.

German 1, gec. 11 and German III, See. 11 of first senesler College of Fn-
gineering :
My sincerest apprecjsatlon of and hearty thanks for the beautiful flowers
that came from you recently to cheer me in my illness.
PfJ111ca1 Science jg12p, Special Studies In American (Constitutional Lazy:
This course mneets Tuesday, 3-5, 401 General Library.
E. S. Brown.
Physles 210, Atomk $truture:
Physics 2A , a41atJoan:
The first meetinw for arranging hours will be Tuesday at 11:00 in Roonm
10.35, New Physics Building. Anyone interested in these courses who can
not be presen~t at this hour should submit his complete schedule.
E. F. Baarler.
Phtysiological Chemi$stry (3). Laboratory Work In Blood Analysis:
Students wh~o have enrolled for the course and who wish to be assigned
to the Laboratory Section for the first eight weeks will meet in Room 319,
Medical Building, at 5 P. M. Wednesday, February 11. Inasmuch as the
number of students Who can be accommodated in this course is limited, no
further consideratipn will be given to those students who (10 not attend this
,meeting. I.. L ewis~.
-Graduate Stuidents, Phiysicfoglepl. Chemistry:
The lectupes in. Physiological Chemistry (3) will be given on Tuesday
and Thursday at 11 'clock in Room 319, Medical Building
The seuinar in Physiological Chemistry (Physiological Chemistry 4)
vill meet on; Saturday from 10-12 in the same room.
If. B. Lewis.
Psychology.102:
Psychology 102 ;mental mneasuremenlts will meet Wednesday, February
11, at 4:00 P. M. Room 162 N. S. to decide on a regular meeting time.
C. E. hRagsdale.
Mr. Sanchez' Spanish 2 at,11:09) o'clock :
This: class will meet in Room 205SW the second semester Instead of
20ISW as stated on the cards. Frederick Satncetz.
Span~ishi 102:
M4ry section of Spanish 102, at 11:00 o'clock, will meet in Room 200SWN,
south corridor, the, second 'semester insteadl of 205SW.
L. A..I erea do.

meet in Room 302 Mason Hall at 5 P. ..\edncsday. The subject for the
contest will be chosen at this time.
AF. C( Iixon, Director Local Contester.
lvaIngelicaI Student Clubih:
'The Evangelical Student Club will hold its regular monthly meeting
lWednesday', Feb. 11, at 7:00 P~. MX. at Lane Hall. A discussion will be lead
by Rev. (G. A. Neumann, pastor of the Bethlehem Evangelical Church. All
Evangelical studlents are cordially invited to atted~.
Earl 1. IRleinscliuidt.
h~istory' 312 (Britisli Enipire) :
This class will me'et in Room 35 Literary Building.
j Arthur L. (Cross.
Hygiene 101:
'This coiurse will be given in Room B of the Law Building insteadl of in
the Lower, Leture Room of the Dental luilding beginning Wedlnesday,
F~ebruary 11. Nathran Sinlai.
L aniisc, ;le sC.OinI92" and 1112.(lyle linproveinent and City Iiinhg:
I The place of mweet ing for these ,e hay been changed fron thte West
Calery, ? emocrial [Tail, to 1loon 2 i, J,:nwes 11. An goll hll1. The time and
p-iVac(,,or meeting fc r the qu i:, z cse~Btios in Courne 11[2 will be arranged later.
I A ubrey ITealdi.
iillctt'i4 aft '- (Ef~t e ofu L. & rut oe., Sciene, andd Elhe Arts':
F 'roft*:sors lI ad -.a x', a i la vlcoywill nmod iasasin rooms as en-
nocn dnael~y:
j Profs:;-rorB;d11h c, nPoom I100, Ja son 11all.
Pmrofcsu:or Mri] cy, in room '1010 .13 . Aungcll Hall.
JIoseph L. 3Marlicy.
; Aatfie ai ts 1Ct0 or Aero 11:
Studlents electing the cour ;e on 'stability- of lMotion will meet in Room
,18 West Engineering I~n ilding, Weainesday at 5 to arrange hours.
P. Field.
lPhihc:!sophy 10 7. .;t !h'sh la~tc':
Students xxwho prol~os o to c(d this course are asked to meet for a few
mmii utes in Boon, 106 AMason [Mall at noon on Wednesday, February 11, to
decide upon a lperrna '1t hiour of 11meetingr.
'Brand Blanshiard.
Pho4ti's :
Students of my eour-e in English Phonetics No. 15G, who had pianned to
' take Course 1, 5 " ercnE-lish'' the seccnd semoster, may elect C en-
oral Linguisitics 110 (Si llleeift iiy announcemcnt) Introduction to the
Science of Languae as a substitute for 155, which will not be given except
to one section.
I would likze to Wreet th s sect ion February 10 at 2:00 oo'clock in 2006
IAnzgell Hall. J. If. AMiiysiells.

'Z vo First Y1v1 ud l i t Second And
I 1Third IYear (Courses Are
i Offered
ADD TWO PROFESSORS
Opening on June 16, the 1925 sum-I'
rarer session of the Law school willi
last ten weeks, the regular class workj
being divided into two periods of five
weeks each. Tphe work: given in the,
summer is the samle in kind and
amounts as that-given !in the corres-
I-nding subljects ill tho regular ses-
si-,doa atd LiwheoOloltion of any course
in rihe su:~lime ' gives the student full
(ceditin ,,ach subyct toward <a de-
gree.
j tai ent e c ii g th~e : uanner ses-
sion. of the Lawx school, inteuding to
Secur- a degree, must meet thle en-
tee znc eq re~arment s of t ie, regualar-
s;ession, tAccorjyin;; to the Ipresent
reg~ulatIions, Itle satisfato(ry (:ohple-
I ticn cf t"7 ;o full yearvs of colleg..iate
work in ant approved un iiter: ity of col-
l ege is required of tall candidates, for
a deg ree.
Two C~rst year subjects will be of-
fered next salmrnor-( ' ontr2acts, to be
given nine hours a woeek for ten weeks
wvith six hours crod it, eind Pleading,
wvhich will be 2given six hcow's a woee
for ten weeks with four hours credl-
i.
Second and third year subjects least-
ing ten weeks, six hours a week with
four hour, credlit, are as follows:
Conflict of iI aws, Eviden ce, Property
(future interests), and rt s. T1uingi
the first five weeks, six hours a week l
with two hours credit, courses will
h e given in Partnership, property
(rights in landl), and Public Utilities.
The threo subjects to be given dur-
ing the second five weeks of the ses- I
sion are Mortgages, Municipal Corpor-
ations, and Property (Wills lndl Ad-
ministration).
Two outside men have lbeen secured
by the Law school for this year's sum-
;mer school faculty-Prof. G1. P. Cos-i
tigan, Jr., of the Universit-, ef Califor-
nia, and lar. 11. B. Dibe",.

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fot ieall Science 121, 1Local (rovernni:
This course meets Tuesday and TFhursdlay at 10, Room 17
Poic'I Meif ive ilisto~ry of A nerIi( an Dpoa
This course inects Tuesdlay and Trfisda y at 9, Room 1213
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C'ourse 160). Theory of, Valmation :
There will be a mneeting of the class Thursday
Library, to determine hours.
Vector Analysis, Math. 234:
Vector Analysis, Math. 234, will meet at 12 M.
in Room 20 East Hall to arrange hours.

at 7 P'. All, Room 407,
Tuesday, February 10,
'Vincent C. Pocr.

Physics CGoolloquli:
The Physics Colloquim will meet at
Physics Building,'Tuesday ,February 10th.
speak on "Diffraction." All interested are

4:15 P. Al. in Room 1041 New
Professoor Nor W. Sleator will
invited to attend.
1.. N Ranall.

ADD'I~ONL NOTIC'ES IN VIII I)AILY OFFICIAL BU'LL IN il1B
FOTND ON IPACE3. I
Iwill take either cash payments o
II AT'S G 0 N' ON i signeod le,1ges. The price is $6 for all
1I' ) G O , tics xxwho-(10 not already have a con-U
No'tic" *on appear ini this column mufst it- C tfr he ''n l .
Le left in the box at the Da);1Y oft'e cfrte'nin
pr)ied for 1twat pu rpo~se before a
o'lckpre,:ediii the a. dy of issue. London, Feb. ,1.-A xwcman physic-
ian, Dr. Ann Gillett, claims to hold the
rrt'FI)AVrecord in England as an anesthetist,
-1:1A-- Preyf. .W ~~tII l. eaoSes OPil '1 having administered anesthetics inU
"Diffraction" to P hysics colloquium m uore tha,-n 25,000 cases.
in rooml 1041, Nexw Physics b~uild- _________________
-I :30---- Open liow~e for st udenlt;4 il Con. Re ad the W~ant Ads
grc'gationel celurch parlors. I I
S :01-d4a:60--- ltitcr1 laoitzaal (coilait cc 1i1
meeting oi' the S. C. A. at Lan,
hiall.
7 :15-Albncim leets inl maeting roolls.
7 :a30---Adelpl Ilmuse& of Iepreseiitrn - j
tives meets in An ;ell hall.
z :410< '-I'aIh iln "how v; 1-ld(10 hghI
shosudn! no thi ntlu-ma tic:;'' in room 3103, AngellI hal.
_ .just a word about Top {
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41:00-4 :00--0pen hjounse nd teaFn Ithe' The Bes~
('omgregational church marlor:!.
Sai1.00-Et 1Ilpur .laeOUS (Conte*st to I1e
hteld in room 3E;2, Mason hall.
5 .:;0- 'resl)Srt cia a chorus hai e sup-,
per a11d1mid mllearsal in church.
7 :OO0- -Prob. S. A. ('oui'I i speais to
CI duatluittri tudlit s in te meat-ion in
rpl~hanlt hall. ;PIerfectly Styled and
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Internationa*l Committee Meeting of the S. C. A at Lane IBall Tuesday,
February 10, from 6:00-6:00 o'clock. All members are requested to be
present. A. Y.. Boehringer, Commu. VCh.
U. S. Naval Reserve Force:
The regular meeting will be held Wednesday evening, F~eb. 11th, at
7:30 P. M. In the R. 0. T. C. Drill Hall.
flatleniatlelca Clubh:
Regular meeting will be held in Room 3003 Angell hall, this evening,
at 8 o'clock. The report of the Committee on Curriculum in Mat hematics
will be considered. Mr. Raleigh Schorling will present a paper, "How wvell
do high school students know their mathematics, and what are some sug-
gestions for improvement?" All persons interested are c'ordially invited to
attend the meetings of the Club. W. 11'.lDent on, see'y.
Athena will hgld an important business meeting at 7 :15 o'clock tonight.
All mnembers are requested to be present.
Ellura Harvey, President.
Adeiphi:
The Adelphi House of Representatives will meet Tuesday evening at
7:30 in their rooms on the fourth floor of Angell Hall. The Child Labor
Amendmenrt will be discussed. All active members are requested to ire pres-
ent at executive session. Officers for the semester xill be elected at this
time. W. C. Dixon, Speaker.
xdenilyorsi e~ru Cclntesl:
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