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January 13, 1926 - Image 8

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Actual appearance of 1926 parking permits on the license plates ~will be
required for,-Varking on the U~nivrersity campus after January 16. In accord-
ance with action of the Unxiversity m1at~e permits will be limited to mem-
bers of the University Fa~culty, of, te ran k' of' inscrv tr -of above, 'to lixi- ~
versity officiajo, and td,,ther it nbers"5f the Uh~er'sjt-y whoi e~cent
performance" ©f their University duties requires the right to park their cars
upon the Carzus.
A consider~able number of parking permit tags, applied for but not yet
called for, O4e at the Secretary's office. All permit tags of former years
should be removed at once.

Senior Mechanical Engineers:1
You are urged to attend the lecture to be given by Mr. C. M. Eaton,
Chief Mechanical Engineer, Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Com-
pany, at 10 A. M. Wednesday, Jlanuary 13, in Room 348 W. Eng. Bldg. All
seniors attending the lecture will be excused from classes at that hour.
Ii. C. Andlers.on. I
Curriculumi in Social Work:
Students planning to elect courses in the Curriculum in Social Wktork
second semester, and students who desire information concerning courses
preliminary to work in the Curriculum should consult with me att. one of. the
following periods in Roomr 107, Economics Building:
Friday, Jaiauary 15, 2-4; Saturday, January 16, 9-12.
MNonday, , azitary 14 9-11; Wednesday, Jan=,ry 20, 2-5.
Robert. T. 'Lanisdale.
Sociology 111 (Mural) ; Second Semester:
This class will be organized with two sections, meeting Tuesday, Thurs-
day S and Tuesday, Thursday 9, in 203, Ec. The sections will be open to a
limited number, and admission must be secured through the Classification
Committee. An attempt will be made to reserve places for graduates and
seniors who communicate with me prior to the time of general classification.
Ii. II. htolnies.
New Coarse in Elements of Buiness Administration:
This course is designed to meet the needs of those students, not mem-
bers of the Business School, who desire a general survey of the field of
Business Administration. It will be of interest perhaps-to three classes of
students--those planning to enter upon a b usiness career but not carrying
a comprehensive program in the Business School; those' prepxaring to enter
other lines of work in which nevertheless they are likely to meet many
problems of Business Administration; and finally, those who are interested
in' the study of business problems in order that they may understand im-
r portant socil nlinstitutions. The course is open only to' seniors. Those in-
~terested in taking the course should consult Professor J. P. Mitchell at Tap-
:pan 202." Edmund E. D)ay.
Freshmn iEngineers:
Professor H. E. Riggs, head of the Department of 'Civil Engineering,
will address the Freshman Assembly in Room 348 at 11 o'clock this morn-
ing. His subject will be "Some Achievements by Michigpn Alumni.'
All mentor reports should be called for this week,
C, o.IV Isher, Ihead Mentor.

111" [f T i . y:
All R. 0. T. C. students will, assemble for roll call in the R. 0?. T. C.
Drill Hall at four o'clock this after'noon . The Corps will attend talk by Col.
C. C. Chambers of Culver Military Academy in Natural Science Auditorium.
This hour will take the place of next week's drill periods. Uniforms are
I optinal, Belnold Melberg.
Froshi Glee Clubl:


ing at seven, room 308 of the Union.
I Kurt ,J. )remhlck, Maniager.


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The sixth lecture in Hygiene for men will be given in Waterman Gym-
nasium, Thursday aid Friday, January 34th and 15th, at 3, 4, and 5 P. M.
This requirement includes all freshmen in the regular physical training
groups and 'Others that have been excused from these groups.
George A. May.
All University Men:
On the ?invitation of the University Advisory Committee to the R. 0. T.
C., Colonel C. C. Chambers, Technical Officer of Culver Military Academy of
Culver, Indiana, will speak in the Natural Science Auditorium at 4:10 on
Wednesday,, January 13, on 'the subject "Training for Citizenship." The
lecture will bie illustratedi by motion pictures.
r , ,,Afred1 . Lovell.,
Mechapicafl Engineering' Course 3:-
The Wednesday lecture section in M. E. 3 will not meet J~aury lath.
You are Invited to attend -the .lecture to be given by Mr. C. M. Eaton, Chiet
Mechanical. Engineer of the Westinghouse :Company, 'at, that-'hour)i Room
348. H. C. Anderson.
r Li~nbdTheta:
Pi Lambda Theta will meet at 8 o'clock, tonight, in the library of Mar-
tha Cook building. All of the new members whose certificates are not
stuamped with the officinal gold seal should bring them to this meeting.
DOrisGlines, President.

Faculty Women's Cad Gardeu Seetlon: .
The January meeting will be held Wednesday afternoon at the home
iof Mrs.L. H. N bark, d 4 ad. t lroSirlA ,.mith qhue
170 'SuthUnivestk rpi laeN t 4. .'
Twilight Organ Recital:s'"
Palmer Christian, University Organist, will present the following pro-
gram W Hill Auoltorium W dnesday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock:
'Allegro maestoso (Elgar) , Evening snow at Fuji Kawa (Marsh) ; A Young
Girl in, the. Wind- (Marsh) ; Marche Slave (Tschatkowsky) ; Lento from "Or-
p jheus" (Glucjk) ; Prelude and Fugue in E minor (Bach) ; Gavotte (Martini) ;
Fantasita from the Symphonic Suite "Sheherazade" (Rinsky-Korsakoff);
Prelude in D flat, "Op. 38, Ito. 15 (Chppin) ; Allegro gioso (Dethier).
Charles A. 1Sini, Secretary.
Pi 1,unibda Theta SceholaCshipfor 'Women s
For the year 1925-26, Pi Lambda Thetta, the National Educational Honor
Society for Women, will offer a research scholarship in education amount-
ing to $1,000. A candidate must hold at least the degree of Mnster of Arts,
have shown notable skill in teaching and significant accomplishments in
research, and must have defluite 'planus fur further research.
Any young woman-on br olt the cam pus-interested in this award isj
requested' .to c~rnmunicata witb Dbea ' Whitner, $Profeor Myers, or Profes-
sor DavYis.'k . T.- D,-19
V ereeFraneaIs:t .. ti
There will b a ui1 p ~the VercJ4 .rs ct.ia730 this evening in
room 317, of the lunion. 'b$
The picture for the Enslau will bei taken at 12:00 o'clock on Thursday
at Spedding's 'Stuidio. , ~ '''' EN.KAfy
1wembers' of :len's Edae tlou Club:t
jThe 'picture of the M~en's Educational Club will be tak~en Wednesday,
January 13, at 12:30 o'clock in Dey'~ Stilsio.
Bsiph Vaniloesen, President.

For notices not otherwise mentioned in
The Daily. Items will be published on
two successive days only. Copy must
be submitted to the Locale Events
Editor by d P. M.
tCoach Matt Mann holds his semi-
weekly faculty swimming and "calis-
thenics class at 12 o'clock in the Un-
ion pool.
The picture of the Men's Education-
al club~ for. the 'Ensian will be takeni
't 12 :&O0 'c qck n ey~s studio.
Senior education class meets 'at 5
o'clock in room 110, Tappan hall.
Polonia literary society meets 'at 7
o'clock in Lane hall.
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U. S. serval Reserve Force:
The University Unit will meet Wednesday,
the R. 0. T. C. Drill Hall.

Sall. 13tH, at 7: '0 P. M., in
IL. C. Leever.

Catherine, Empress of Russia, had but one ambition-to be a woman. But
she was keen enough to appreciate that her desire could be, realized only as a
delightful avocation.
Comedy Club presents Bernard, Shaw's maddest farce, "The Great CMII-4

erine" tonight in the Mimes Theatre at 8:30 o'clock.

All ets5cents..

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r ~After.' tw enty years of experimentation
r2Wilfred has succeeded inperfecting a y
COLOR ORGAN which he, calls the Clavi-
lux. ',L
He has no competitors. The 'people of
Ann Arbor should not miss the opportu-
nity of seeing this wonderful recital again.'
A Screen Image Produced by M
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