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FAWE EIGHIT

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN'
Publication in the Bulletin is, constructive notice t-, al menmbers of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to tha 1V'esident until
3:30 p. mn. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday
volume 6 WED)NESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1912:) Numiber 9-4
To Users of- the ILlily Official Bulletin:
The conditions governing the insertion of niotices5 in thet Biulletin arc
as follows:
1, All notices must b~e signied.
2. All notices must be typewritten'.
3. The samie notice ivi'I ordinarily be Iublished only office, but litt he
Editor's discretion a notice may be repeated if in his judlgnent such repeti-
tion is necessary.
4. The Bulletin is reserved for officil notices, that is notices cinanat-
ing from any school, college, division, or department of the University, 'o)
from any organization that operates in connection with or under the s..anc-
tion of any of tihe above. The Editor at his discretion may admit notices
that cannot strictly be thus described, b)ut are of wide interest to the Ui~u
versity. community generally. All notices should be either s gned or en-
dorsed by a University official, as a guarantee of their official character.
5. Notices are received up to 3:30 P. M., except,'Saturdlays, when tile
bulletin closes at 11:30 A. M. F. E. Robilns.
Action of Admninsfrative Board:
The Administrative Board of the College of Literature, Science, and the
Arts has placed on probation for tile second semester, with loss of credit in
Eicnomnics 53, Mr. Bernard A. Green and Mr. Milton Weinberger, for inn
proper communication during the final examination in that course.
W. IL H1ump~lhreys.
University Women:
All signing-put slips for the month of January must be brought to the
office of tl1i Dean of Women immediately.
Jean Ilailjtoin, I)enai of 1Womev.

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
l,_ren cli1,55 xvilhe gti v'n a ay,'i'la it iday, at 10I: 00, Room 2071111,
instra Idl I' t aI9:00 zaus stated in the annomia(cenrt.
F'rech14 17:
Tri~~ ewv semi ion of F'rcniic 157 will he MV.F. at 11 :00 llioonu 401 SWV, aiglil
Iby Mr. I foothills. A. C~. (C'uanfi& c.
m.iee>t oil W"An esday, eb. UlthI, alI. 4 P'. M. in 1boom 17 Angel1 Il all. St udlent s
in h.ese (courses wVho are dioing xvwork; other than the field4 study muay at tiled
this meting if they desire. K. C. lMc~trr3~.
History 116:
R1The c la :a will inect, beg inning today in t ooni 401 of the Lib ra ry.
1lygt. f*. (Child Hygiene) :
I 'T'hiis class willIneet in IBoon) 855 :NatI.. Sri. AM . at. 1I'. NJ.
lyg'.:5, (Fulilkiclealhn Nursiog)
Tis (lass wvill meet in I bon855 Nat. Sci. Ml.W.F. at 2 1'. AM.
lBarb~ara II. Barltaet.
BIaal ewtaa i(.s 1(lo-ah and 1711:
Math ennatt s 105~a and 170 wvillmu eet today (Wednesnday) at 5:00 to a r-
range~ hours. Tieomlore It ilnimninug,
M:00cnianfrs 2013. Part h ial O fer'eaint adl Eqafons of Ph~ysics :
Meet' 11 ilvib he d 4in R oomn 819 West UEnginaeering B u ilding, today at
4:15, P. I\-. to arrange hours. l..Icllatoln.
31Mi 4IaficJs 210- hlaii'uionrc Ailtalsix :
(lass will meet at 5 :00 F. Al. Thu rmday,. Vebrua iy 12, ini Room 20, 1>i
Ihall, to arrange-hours. L. J. Rouse.
r T'li/ tilies of mny courses, are as follows:
lifl]. 40 Acsthe~cs M.WV. at, 2 205 Mason 1Uall
Phil. 105 Aristotle M .W. at: 3 40(6 Library,
Phil. 152 (41) Political Philosophy T.Thn. at. 2 20)5 Mason Ihall
I'J1101. 173 Aesthetics Seminmar : I xVill meet studlents (to arrange an
hour ) at 8 onl Thursday next in 106 Mason Hall.
Consultate n : Tues, at 3, 1 06 M. IT.. E. F.C aritt.

]p"1d tI('i that. all the members be present., as all the re-maiting ava ilamble
j inne until presentation wvil1lhe needed.
F,~ alernitih's, Sororitie's aund Orgaunizat ions:
All copy for I le 1925 'Ensian imust be turned in to the 'Ensian othee
on the prov'idedl blanks lbefore' 5:00 o'clock 'Wednesday, February 11.
William I)lener, Organ izatlion Edit or.
Ii'«Wig. lj4 Organ iRecital:
On account of Mr.. Christ ian's ab~sence in New York where he has been
invited to play a conce'rto) with tile New York Philharmonic Orchestra Wed
nesday evening, the recital for Wednesday afternoon has been postponed.
The New York concert wili he broadcast from the following stations at.
S:39 Ea<stern Sitandardl Tinge: KDKA (Pittsburgh), WJC and WGY (Nexm
York). Chlies A. Sink, Secreta ry.

Rlegul ar' mehearsal1to'ni ht.
get the xwork for this seimester
at thelhand headquarters.

A full turn out is reqluestedI as we desire to
started at this time. Report at 7 :00 o'clock
Arthur Al. Smith, Student 31-4-m

WEDNI' 'D4 Y, FXiAWARY 11, 1925

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WHAT'S GOINGON(
Nol1i,'cs to 'appear in th1is coluwn trst t
lie Sef in 1th oxat ftheI) lly otheeir
llt "ixoleil for tn oji gopose befure s
()o h iO tirerceilri ntgthe (day of IJ uc ,
## EDN ESI)A.Y
:04 fra; E!tc ra init pea s to fos im
liil ildimINig.l('il
15 tl~tlisllg iaV 'leaslinTui
:0)- :1( -Open 10 ho n d 111 I te)InI I1v
('ong;reg at ional church paru~r.
:44 i: xemuporitneous c(-OI t5 o he
held iin roomi 802, Mason hail.
::34--11-eyel aa n choun s ave "snip.
l,er and replmrsal in church.
:00 -P.._lrof. S. A. Cort is span k s t
Gr'aduatec students in education inl
T,1nppam hall.
':00--F vaanacglical St udenuts' Club) ulert
at la;ne hall.
':34t--U. S. Navaiil Reserve force meets
in It. 0. 'T. C. (ill hall.
'31- lAc5 03'agilers mi11('1ili1il.
'"The Mann fad aroe of A rnco Ingor),
I rcna". in N. S. audhitorli.
o4 fi*.1:0}t1-- lniaon' l'iig'iat re's i' gaST"." up1
for jackets at the Engl(ine(ering buildl-
ing1,.
x.14- -31 . Bemient. speaks on "'Versanil.
les" in N. S. aud~itoriulm.
:00--R . . C. staff of thintL. 1 T.
Annual nmme'ts in old Eng,,inee ring
sihops .
':30--M ajor (Carpaenter'lec(-, oil 01
"The iDevelopnment of the CaGterpillarr
Tractor" in N. S. auditorim.
':1)-- ar. h iiebyi speanks on ".Ifis fits it
Indunstry" in rooms 328:-'25, ;Union.

C'ercle lFrneals Lectu~re :
lr. Penent of the Department of Romance Languages will give an il-
lust rated lecture on Versailles in Natural Science Auditoriumf Thursday
afternoon at 4 :10 o'clock.
This lecture will lbe given in 1English and is free to the public.
'huarles B. ('uauikaag', 1Pres.
I Roticn Pictures:
The student branich of the A.I.Ch.E,. present a series of films on "The
Manufacture of Arnmco Ingot I ron" on Wednesday, February 11th, at 7: e',,)
1'. M~. in thme audIitoim of the Natuaral Science Building.
The picture illustrates the various steps in the manufacture of iron from
the ore to the finished prodluct.
The public is cordIially invitedl to attend.
jIH. It. Polanid, Sec.

Gradaalate Studenuts:-
Graduate students, who- conipl eted the requirements for the Mast~er's die-
gree 'at the end of the first semester andl wish to have the degree conferred
at this time should pay the diploma fee by February 14 without fail. Blanks
for this purpose should b~e secured at the office of the GIraduate School.
Ituth A. Rouse, Recorder.
English 1o1:
All :studlents who have copies of Historical Outlines of English P~hon-
ology-and Morphology will greatly oblige me by bringing them to Room
2209 or 2216 Angell Hall as soon as possible. Samiuel Mo1(ore,
I'ilneerlug Mxlecllallncs 8:
Engineering Mechanics 8 will be given this semester, covering thme cant'
and pirevention of vibration iln machines (balancing of reciprocating parts,
critical speeds, etc.) application anmd dangers of gyroscopic action, etc. 2
hours. All interested meet in Room 441 West Engineering Building at 5
P. M." Wedn esday. L. 11. 1)onnell.
ChI. E 2' ti 17:
Ch. E. 22 and Cii. E. 17 meet Thursday, Feb. 12, at 12: 0j) noon, in 3046
East Engineering Building to arr'ange for hours. (G, G. Browni.
Freshmen I1ngueers:
The regular weekly asseumbly will lie held Wednesdaxy, Februlary 11, cIt,
11:0)1, Room 348 Engineering Building. "All freshimeni are required to In,
present. Dean E. 11. Kraus will give a'n illustrated talk.
.V.Brlem'.
Sfu4leit s-in AuitomlotIve-FEnginceerinlg Courses:
Major Will. T. Carpenter, Commanding Officer of time, 1.0. T. c., wi ii
live ia lecture on "The Develapinent of the Caterpillar Tractor." Th'is wil,
be illustrated by slides and also moving pictures of proving tests of a typical
tractor. In the Natural Science Auditorium, Th'lursday, February 12th, at
7:30 1. M. Open to the public. IV. F. llay.
Stndemts in 3fechanIcal Engineering 33:
First meeting of this class will be held in Room No. 209 01l1 Egiieering
Shops, at 5:00 P. M. Thursday, February 12. All senmester 'arrangenments
will be made at this time. IV'. E. Lay.
French 12:
M~r. Finney section of Frenclh 12 at 9:00 o'clock will mieet inm Rooma
206t!H where thme same class met last semester.
A. G. Canield.
French BSS:
Mt. Muysken's section of. French .32 at 9:00 o'clock will mecet. begimfuc;
Thursday, in RoomI 6 Jas. F. Angell Hall, the meetinmg place for last swic ter.
Mlr. Muysken's 11:00 o'clock section of French 32 will meet in Room 2225
Jas. B. Angell Hall instead of time room previously announceed.
A. G. Canfuield.
French 116:
French 116. conversation, will be given Tuesday. Thursday, at 1 :0f),
Boom 204SW by Mr. D~elattre. A. G. ('aanlielld.
Geography 202sand 204:
Students who are planning to woirk onm the field study this senctrr will

.Enrollument in (discussion sections of Pb ii 811: Frid ay, Feb. 13,
in196f MA If, tcetions arc, as toll ows : 1M. 11, 1. ' 'a. 9, 10, 11, 1.
Th. 9, 10, 11, 1. F. 9, 1 0, 11, 1 . All sect ions imeet in 110 Librar'y.

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9-12, 2-5,
W. t1, 1.

4. Tiraip.

I'llilosopli ' 1(12, Hist ory of 31ediev al 'and(31Moderun P"Ilosoply :
Th'ie charm; will meet in Tappan H-all 20)7, A. W. F., at 9.
i' soldil'68y Probemnas of liii an n duct:
'Pine class wvili meet in Library 407, M.I., at 11.

A. N.:Glt rl.

Ps3 chtolsig3110, Vv~j;,n1m sychnology :
t'hiss xwilli meet in Ro~omn 1035 Angell Hail, 'I'. Tim. at 9:10
C. IF. Rlagsdal e, A. Ford.
11,1 Ietone I1:
M dr. Abbott's sections in Rind onie If will Imct in Angell h~ail as follows:
TIime 9 A. M. section in Roonm11)17 on Monndays anal I Fridays, a nd in Room 22_2,h
on Wednesdlays tine 1t) A. 'MN. secionm in Room 220)3 onD1. W. F. ; theo 11 A. M.
section ini Roommu008 M1.W.F. Waldo Abbmt.
Spantish 165:
All t hose whio have reg'isteredl forn' Sanis 1 65 (Spanish Grammnam' for
Teachems) will please ne t in SotathiWing 4t03Wedniesday alt 4:00O.
Spain isI; I'Norman L.t'Willey.
T e n I iae cwn-t ortheI li panish pllay xwill 1h(1da rehearsal at 3 :45 Wed-
niesdiay aiftenoon, ebruary 11, in time aud(1itorium of Lanme Hail. It is iim-

Round 111140 ;lit):ii j
There wil be .a meetijig of time Round Table Club tommor4'ow nighime;''
Ipoenms 323-325 (if time Michigan Union at 7:30. Mr. Willianm Bibby, fammoums
e'xpert on imndustrial vocationail probliemms, will give a talk on "Misfits im
Ind~ustry." All personms interested in thme vork: of time club or this talk are
finvitedl to attend. Iouglals 11.('ie-plmmie, j
It. 0. T. C., SlaO' of theac i'.U. T. (C. Malnual:,
Thmere xwiili e ammeetinmg of thme members of thme staff in tine publication I
otfice, 01(1 Engineering Shops, at 7 P. M. Thursday, Feb. 12thm. An importanmt
disc'ussion wxill require time attendnce of all mnemnber. f
nrntniin 'PTme Freshm Air camp has takenm, since I
HIM N RESIGNS lfPOT t eras startedi fou'r years ago, a totalof120by frmwlaegncst
i C acu iescontains 170 acres and four
lakes, the largest lake Patterson. Of
E'.xpectiiig to1 devote full ~ine to the this 170 acres, 60 are said to be coy-
present needs of Presbyteiam and eredcxxwith virgin timber. Most of the1
student work, L. C. Rienain, '16, has wom'k of linprovement, the making of
severed connections with time S. C. A.'Vds etc., andI of leadershmip has been
Fr'eshm Air canm) of whmichm he had beOen! done by students at the University whmo
time director for time past four sumi- volunteered thmeir services.
miers. Mr. Rieman, wvho is thme secre- I
tary for time Presbyterian -;en at time I PATRONIZE DAILY ADVERTISERS
Studlent's Christiamn Association, assist-n
ed in timemraisinmg 1' funds necessary
for time maintemance of thme canmp andl
jwas also influential in imterestimng two'
Ann Arbomr business mmen lam tihelyro-
ject sufficicntly to warrant theirm'bumy-;
in the camip site 27 mmiles from this DO YOU KNOWI
cion lake Pattersonm. Mr. Rea
wasa i memmber of the varsity footballr
rqugad in '14 anmd '15 and was Confer-
cnewrestling cimammmliomm in '15. T a __your

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fclock Thursday, Feb. 12, in the
staff room in time Press inidmg
Any stundent wvho is eligible Ito
taCke part in caumpums activities
can try out for The Daily.
Freshmuen in their second se-
nester are urged to be present
at this meetimng.
Thmere is in work on The Daily
an excellent opportunity for
meon and women who desire'
either to grain pr'actical jontmal-
istic experience or to participate
in campus activity.I

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