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DAILY OFICIAL BULETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays).
Volume VI WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 191 Number 61

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University Women-House Presidents:
Signing-out slips for November are due immediatly in the office of the
Dean of Women. Jean Hamilton.
The Fourth freshmen lecture in Hygiene for meti will be given in Water-
man Gymnasium, Thursday and Friday, December t3rd and 4th, at 3, 4 and
5 P. M. George A. May.
Foreign Students:
All men students wishing to spend a few dps during the-Christmas Va-
cation in American homes should consult with ume as early as possible.
Homes in Grand Rapids, Lansing, Kalamazoo,and other Michigan cities
are available. Office hours, 9-12 on Wednesday and 2-5 Thursday, 9-12 Fri-
day in Room 3224 Angell Hall.
Carlton Wells, Actin Foreign Student Adisor.
Candidates for the Teacher's Certificate, Febuary and June:
Regularly, all students seeking to obt -n a teacher's certificate must
pursue the courses outlined on page 58 of the School of Education an-
nouncement. However, students who have ursued courses in education in
other colleges or normal schools, students seeking positions in elementary
schools, and students who have no teaching major may have these require-
ments modified slightly. Will all senior a9d graduate students included in
these three classes see me in Room 106, ,T ppan Hall, on Thursday, Decem-
ber 3rd, from 9:30 to 11:30 or from 2:00 t 4:00, unless such persons have
already had their specific requirements adksted.
C. 0. Davis.
Junior Class of Education:
Junior Class dues of $1.00 should be pid to Miss Mae Keller at Tappan
Hall Wednesday, Dec. 2, sometime between the hours of 8 and 4.
Marlow 0. Tubbs, Pres.
Seniors, School of Education:
Class dues will be collected in Tappain Hall on Wednesday, Dec. 2, be-
tween the hours of 8 A. M. and 3 P. M., excepting the noon hour. Dues are
$2:50, cash or personal check. A 100 per cent report is urgently requested.
John K..Osborn, Treasurer.
Freshman Engineers:
Professor John S. Worley of New York City will address the Freshman
Assembly in Room 348 at 11 o'clock today. Everyone should be present.
If you have not called for your mentor reports please do so at on'ce.
C. 0. WIsler, Freshman Mentor.
Logan's 10 o'clock Spanish: j T N *'
Notebooks for review work re to be found on table in Room 106 South
Wing. A. J. Logan.
Geography 41:
Elementary Field Course meets Saturday, December 5, at 9 A. M. in
Room 17 A. H. Field maps and notes are due at this meeting.
P. E. James.
History 5:
Make-up for students unavoidably absent from the midsemester ex-
amination Saturday, December 5, 11 A. M., in Room 4001 Angell Hall.
Preston Slosson.
University of Michigan Band:
Assemble in uniform at the corner of State and Packard streets today
at 1:00 o'clock, with instruments. The car leaves for Dearborn at 1:10, and
will return at 4:30 P. M.
Paul F. Shlanderr, Student Manager.
Frosh Glee Club:
Frosh Glee Club rehearsal tonight at 7 o'clock, room 308 Michigan
Union. Bring tickets and money.
Kurt J. Kremlik, Manager.
Faculty Women's Club:
The Christmas tea of the Faculty Women's Club will be held at 3:00
o'clock on December 3rd at the Faculty Women's Club. A short business
meeting will precede the program of music.
Ella T. Aiton, Secretary.{
Junior Engineers:
Orders for junior jackets may now be placed at Pratt & Dunn's Varsity
Sport Shop, 322 South State St. It is not necessary to pay for them until
they are received. Leonard F. Finkler.
*Botanical Seminar:
Botanical Seminar meets Wednesday, December 2, at 4:30, B-173 N. S.
Bldg. Paper by B. M. Davis-"The history of oenothera floras in England."
B. Ill. Davis.
La Socledad Hispanic:'
La Sociedad Hispanica will meet at 7:30 Wednesday, Dec. 2, in room
318 of the Union. About 25 new members will be initiated.
Simn Rosenbaum.
Cerel. Francais: -4
The first of the Cercle Francais' serie of lectures will be given Wednes-
day afternoon, December 2nd, 1925, at 4:15 in room 231 of Angell Hall. Pro-
fessor Talamon will speak on "La France en Afrique." (illustrated with
slides) Tickets may be had at the door.
t Halfred C. Brown, Director.

The Senior class of the School of Education invites the School of Edu-
cation to a mixer in the University High school gymnasium Saturday from
3:00 to 5:00 o'clock. Stunts! Dancing! Refreshments!
MarIon Branch, Chairman of Social Comm.
Polonia Literary Circle:
Polonia Literary Circle will meet tonight at 7:00 P. M. in Lane Hall.
All interested are invited to attend.
J. W. Klmek, Vice-Pres.
Geological Journal Club:
There will be a meeting of the Geological Journal Club in Room;.436
N. S. Bldg. at 7:30 P. M. on Thursday, Dec. 3: .Mr. T. L. Reitsema will
speak on "Gel Metasomatism" being a review of-two papery by W. Lindgren,
and Prof. C. W. Cook will speak on- "A Possible Case of the Depositio1n of
Galena by Gel Replacement."
Walter A. Ter Wiebe, Secretary.
t. S. Naval Reserve Force: .
The -weekly meeting of the University Unit-will be held Wednesday,
Dec. 2nd, at 7:30 P. M., in the R. 0. T. C. Drill Hall.
L. C. Leever.
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Scabbard and Blade:
Meeting Wednesday evening at the Union, Room 304, at 7:15 sharp.
Election of candidates. D. A. Holm.

ILOCAL ARTISTS EXHIBIT ARR AY New Prei
OF WORKS AT MEMORIAL HALL
(Continued from Page Seven)- which he painte some years ago.'
Nelson Chang's still lifer were in- The two sets showsa contrast which
teresting solely because he is work- illustrates the advance he has made
ing in a typically Chinese medium and in the rendering of this medium.
seems to be saturated with the spirit The older ones are perfectly executed
of the ancient Chinese artists. His and worked' over, while the newer <
paintings are decorative, clear cut and cones show a sureness in himself, a
vivid. One of his exhibitions is a 50- deftness and correctness of touch
foot Chinese painting which is a com- which are lacking in the others. Each'
'e sory in itself. stroke of the brush is put on to stay.
Dr. Lombard has four delicately ex- The scenes, especially "Winter
cuted ighland scenes he made while Landscape," are vivid and clear cut.
t'in England: "Clovelly Cottage" is M
particularlyeffective. Mr. Pak also yron Chapin has a group of three -
has four etchings which are sceesso batiks that are especially noteworthy.
about the citys caioreintrisaOne, entitled "College." is particularly:
as he has Combined etching and soft- inte resting to this audience as It gives
rudaoh~tp fecig- his impressions of college life. Every
ground-another type of etching-- mr clesh uya
shadedt more iellow and grad- tivities,'buildings. etc.
Miss Zoe Shippen has five portraits "Five O'clock," by A. M. Valerio, is
in sanguine that are well done and a portrait study of his wife, done
pleasing. Sanguine is a red medium ;while she was attired in a Japanesej
muchuse byHolein a 5thcenuryI costume and standing before a Jap-
artist, who has many of his portraits"ase lamp. The picture shaws an
of royalty in the castle at Windsor intimate acquaintance with Oriental ~a _ - -
Miss Emilie Perry has four soft past- customs and a remarkable handling Aristle Briand, seven
els of landscapes. Miss Perry's pic- of a subject under artificial light. 1cf the French republic
tres were popular at the exhibition Mr. Leon Makielski and Mrs. Mary i selecting his eighth ca
last year. Mrs. Everett S. Brown has Johnson are both showing a number',
two batiks which deserve mention. of examples of their skillful work but a new photo, the latest
Both are marine scenes which, were their works are so familiar to Ann
it not for their brightness, would ap-- Arbor that comment is not necessary.! His human studies are
hpear much like a tapestry because of P. H. Aldrich, Jr., has four splendid action.
the figures scattered throughout. With .landscapes on view. His "Indian Sum- H. A. Fowler has thr
that we must leave the amateurs and mer" shows a woodland scene with a ings on exhibition, wh
make a passing comment about the bather standing in the soft, mellow able for the mastery of
professionals,. fsunlight peculiar to that time of year. also a tinted pencil dra
Although Jean Paul Slusser is In the field of sculpturing, two very Ware," which is extrer
showing both oils and water colors, a ble artists are represented, Carlton There are numerous
his water colors are much more pre-- W. Angell of the art department, and! mentioned because of a
these foHe is re esented by six of Victor Vaughan Slocum of Dexter. I which are no less meri
toe, andtwoMr. Angell's bust of "Baby Pelican" hibit is excellent and1
is the most appealing work in the ex- i headed by Myron Chap
bibit. - Of a different nature, but also 'Angell, certainly deser
LOCAL £well done, are the animal studies by tion for the splendid w
C ENTI Mr. Slocum. His statues show strength lone in collecting and
For notices not otherise mentioned aiam
I c~iThe Daily. Items will be n A and an acquaintance with animal life, a vast amount of work.

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a change in routes with a tariff re-
president of the company, several
E1weeksago when he stated that his
company was losing over $5,000 a
month, and that continued -operation
-- I depended upon some kind of changes
Petition Of Company For Tariff Re- being made.
vision Under Consideration
- LANSING.-Beginning Monday the
Changes in the bus routes, granted state ferry service across the Straits
to the Peoples' Motor Coach company will be reduced.
by the city council last week, be-
came effective yesterday. The re-rout-
ing provided for slight changes in two
of the liies, and the abolition of the t r o it
Broadway-Washtenawy branch, most
of its territory being covered by the
new Consolidated line.
The Packard-Huron line is the only Trip
line to remain unaltered. The newi
time schedule gives 10 to 30 minute Frequent Service
service over the routes.
Revision of the tariff rates, also ,
asked by the bus company, in its pe-I H
tition to the council, has not been
made, although the matter is stillun-i
der consideration. The proposals forl
SELECT YOUR CHRISTMAS
Greeting Cards now. Nothing carries the holiday spirit to anyone
more than an appropriate Christmas message. Conie in and take
advantage of our line selection now.
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times premier
c, is now busy
binet. This is
one of him.
full of life and
ee pencil draw-
ich are admir-
f technique and
awing, "Willow
nel'y decorative.
drawings not
a lack 'of space
itous. The ex-
the corpmittee,
in and Carlton
rve commendax
work they have
hanging such

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be submittedothe Lolcal Events
EPGENERAL Frog, Chicken and Steak D iners E
Pro. RneWednesday
Prof. Rene Talmon, of the Romance i - Served at
languages department, will deliver
an illustrated lecture in French on
"La France en Afrique" at 4:15 o'- BOEVA RD INN
clock in room 231, Angell hall. This
is the first of a series of lectures to Two blocks from city bus line on Jackson Road,
be given under the auspices of Le l from noon till midnight.
Circle Francais.?
CSpecial attention given to parties. Phone 6534.
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obvious. It relieves him ef that tedious task of deciphering
longhand, and keeps him in perfect "reading humor". Then
too, you'll find the New Remington Pkrtable a great time-saver
in compiling notes and keeping up with your correspondence.
Students prefer the New Remington Portable because it is
the lightest, smalest, and most compact of all standard key-
board portables. It fits in a ase only four inches high and can
be tucked away in a desk drawer or bookcase when not nt use.
You will be interested to see the sany advantages of this
ndispensable helper and hear about our easy paynent plan.

Lursay
The Christian Science society will
meet at 7:30 o'clock in Lane hall au-
ditorium..
GENERAL
Thursday
Coach Mann will hold the regular
weekly swimming and calisthenics
drill for faculty members at 12 o'-
clock at the Union pool. Open to all
faculty members.
There will be an'important meet-
ing of the Round Up club at 7 o'clock
Thursday in room 302 of the Union.
We have an exceptionally
large assortment of personal
Xmas cards for your in-
spection.
APPLIED ARTS
2 Nickds Arcde
The Shop for Unique Gifts

vrtising in Coee Papers '
W AO -is like radio broadcasting the one you ran in the
which is delivered to an unseen Princetonian this morning it
audience, and the"broadcaster" would be a pleasure to read
kn s snothing of the message a paper of nothing but ads." '
regisation unless responses are "The students here in Han-
sent In. over not only read the ad-
In December the John Hancock vertisements but also patron.
ran in this paper an advertise- ize the advertisers."
q . dents Read Advertisements?" Illini is written from the col.
Here are some of the responses: lege students' point of view.
lq "You r advertisement In the b elieve in insurance "be-
Dartmouth was an unusual cause of the sound economic
o and I want to express erciples which underlie it. b
maelThere remans then only the
my approval." kind of policy and the com-
"If there were more ads like pany. What have you got?"
The John Hancock Mutual is partieutarly interested in insuring college men and
mand obtaining ambiious college graduates for thepersonncl of its field staff.
; ~ Over Sixty Years in
SBusiness. Now Insuring
Over Two Billion Dol-
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Ann Arbor, Mich.
Student Representative
Remington Typewriter Co.
Detroit, Mich.
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