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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, YANUARY 14,

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D AI LY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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 V1 TiUR)SDAY, JANUARY 14, 1926 Number 84

College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Second Semester Elections:
Elections for all classes in this College for the second semester, 1925-
1926, will be made from January .18 to 21, inclusive. All election blanks and
class cards must be presented to the R corder before 5 P. M. Thursday, Jan-
>uary 21.-
Juniors and seniors will procure election blanks and class cards at the
office of the Recorder, Room 4, University Hall, in the mornings and after-
noons of the four days mentioned above. Freshmen who .are continuing
during the second semester the regular approved program for the 4first se
mester may have the second semester elections approved by a representative
of the Committee on Freshman Elections in the Recorder's office, any morn-
ing during the registration period. Such students, after securing the ap-
proval of, elections, will then go to theClassification Committee. All other
freshmen who make any changes must go directly to the Committee on
Freshman Elections in Room 1035, Angell Hall, any afternoon of the regis-
tration period from 2 to 5. All sophomores must go directly to the Commit-
tee on Sophomore Elections, Room 25, Angell Hall, any afternoon of the
registration period from 2 to 5.
The Classification Committee will be in session ,as follows: for juniors,
seniors, and students from other Schools and Colleges of the University,
from 9 to 12 A. M., January 18-21, inclusive, in Room 4. University Hall;
for freshmen and sophomores during the afternoons only of January 18-21,
inclusive from 2 to 5 P. M. in Room 1025, Angell Hall.
The Classification Committee is concerned with the. following courses,
and with no other courses. All elections of these courses, whether by
freshmen, sophomores, upper classmen, or members of other Schools, or
Colleges, must be made through the Classification Committee.
Botany 1 Military Science 2 (Lit. students only)
Chemistry 3, 6, 15 Physical Training for Women (fresh-
French 1, 2, 31, 32, 97, 102, men and sophomores)
112, 113, 114, 115 Physics 35, 36, 37, 38
Geography 2 Public Speaking 31,.42, 62, 143, 144,
Geology 2 172
German 1, 2, -31, 32, 34 Rhetoric 1, 2, 31, 32, 150
Greek 2, 32 Sociology 51, 111
History, 2, 4, 6 Spanish 1, 2, 31, 32
Latin Z, 4, 6, 8 Zoology 1, 52
Mathematics 1, 2, 3, 4, 7
Students electing Education Al, B20, C1, and C60 must have their elec-
tions approved for sections by the representative of the School of Education
before turning in their class cards and election blanks.
The Literary Announcement and Supplementary Announcement may be
obtained at the Recorder's office, Room 4, University Hall.
Florence Mohr, Recorder.,
University Lectqre:
Mr. William Bowie, Chief, Division of. Geodesy, United States Coast and
Geodetic Survey, will deliver a lecture on "Mountain Forming from the
Geodetic Surveyor's Point of View" on Friday afternoon, January 22nd, at
4:15, Natural Science Auditorium. The lecture will be illustrated. Students,
members of the faculties and the public are invited.
F. E. Robbins.
The following organizations have been given permission to hold house
dances on Friday evening, January 15th:
Delta Sigma Pi . Martha Cook Psi Omega.
J. A. Bursley.
Bureau of Appointments-M, N, and 0:
All candidates enrolled with the Bureau of Appointments whose names
begin with M, N, or 0 and who have not called at the office for personal in-
terviews this week should do so today or tomorrow during the following
hours: 10:30 to 12:00 A. M. and 3:00 to 4:00 P. M.
Margaret Cameron.
Spanish Instructors in College of Literature:
All instructors teaching Spanish 1, 2, 31 and 32 will meet in Room 205
South Wing, Thursday, 4:00 o'clock P. M.
Charles P. Wagner.
SenIors Preparing to Teach:
All students (except those in French and Spanish) expecting to elect
one of the Special Methods Courses in Education next semester and to have
observation privileges extended to them are required to report for a pre-
liminary conference with the instructor offering the course which they ex-
pect to elect. These conferences will be held on Thursday at 4 o'clock,
Friday at 4 o'clock, and Saturday at 9 o'clock, January 14, 15 and 16, re-
spectively. Students must present themselves on one of these days.
The places where these conferences will be held are as follows:
Latin (Prof. Carr) Room 301, U. H. S.
Science-all aspects (Prof. Curtis) Room 105, U. H. S.
History (Prof. Stephenson) Room 205, U. H. S.
Mathematics (Prof. Schorling) Room 112, U. H. S.E
English (Prof. Fries) Conference at time and place of the Comprehen-
sIve Examination.
C. 0. Davis.
Observation and Practice Teaching Off-Campus:
All students who have signed up for observation and practice teaching
in Detroit, Highland Park, Flint, or Grand. Rapids are 'requested to. meet
with me at 4 o'clock sharp on Thursday, January 14, in room 109 Tsappan
Hall. C. 0. Davis.
Sociology, Second Semester:
The beginning course (51) will be given as a three hour course instead
of a fonr hour course as announced. Elections require the approval of the
Classification Committee.
Professor A. W. Hays is giving Professor Wood's courses. See the Sup-
plementary Announcement.

C. If. Cooley.
Sociology 182; Second Semester:
All those intending to elect Sociology 162 for the second semester will
leave their names with the Secretary of the Department in Room 106
Economics Building before Thursday night, January 14. A list of the stu-
dents accepted for the course will be published in this Bulletin next Sun-
day. It. C. Angell.
Rhetoric 118, Junior Composition:
* Attention of juniors planning to elect this course is called, to the de-
scription in the announcement. The manuscript to be submitted in compe,
tition may be anything the student has done in prose, that he regards as.
representative of his ability. Manuscripts should be left in my office, Room
3228, Angell Hall or in the Rhetoric Office not later than January 18.
U. W. Cowden.
History 5:
Final examination Monday, February 1, 9-12 A. M. Mr. Manyon's classes
meet in Newberry Auditorium; Mr. Moody's classes in Natural Science Audi-
torium; Mr. Scott's classes in room 1025 Angell Hall. rs
reston Slosson.

Tau Beta Pi Engineering Faculty Reception:
The annual Tau Beta Pi Engineering Faculty Reception will be held
on Friday, January 15th, at 9 o'clock at the Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity.
For the benefit of the new faculty men, who may not know the tradition, be
it know that the reception includes the ladies.
Curt H. Will, Pres. Tau Beta Pi.
Tau Beta Pi:
The Tau Beta Pi picture for the Ensian will be taken Thursday, Jan-
uary 14th, at 5 o'clock at Rentschler's Studio.
A. .CCurt Il. Wi1, Pres.
The A. S. C. E. picture for the Ensian will be taken Thursday, January
.14th at 4 o'clock at Rentschler's Studio.
Curt It. ill, Pres.
Faculty Night at Skating Rink:
Faculty night at the Coliseum Skating Ring, originally scheduled for
January 6, will be held this evening, January 14. Admission will be limited
to members of the families: of the faculty and of the officers of administra-
'tion. The rink will open at 7:30 P. M.
Board in Control of Athletics.
Clavilux Recital:
Tonight at 8:15 in Hill Auditorium, Mr. Thomas Wilfred will give an
entirely new program including the Sheherezade which he recently played
in New York with the Philadelphia Orchestra.
Mrs. Edson Sunderland, President.
Choral Union Ushers:
All Choral Union Ushers and Extras are requested to be at their assign-
ments at 7:30 Thursday evening, January 14th, :oir the Clavilux recital.
W. A. Davenport,
Ass't. Supt. Buildings and Grounds.
Zoological Journal Club:
The Zoological Journal Club will meet in Room Z-242, Natural Science
'Building, Thursday, Jan. 14, at 7:30 P. M. On the program are G. It. La
Rue, L. V. Heilbrunn, Clara Hartley, A. E. Woodhead, and A. F. Shull. ' All
Interested are cordially invited to attend.
F. N. Blanchar'd.
Students in the School of Business Administration and Members of the
Business Administration Club:
The 'Ensian picture of the Business Administration Club will be taken
at Rentschler's studio Thursday, January 14th, at 5 o'clock. Business Ad.
students wishing to sign with Club should also appear at this time.
Merwin H. Waterman, President.
Michigan Dames:
All members of the Michigan Dames are requested to be at Rentschler's
Studio Sunday, January 17, sat 11 o'clock promptly for the Michiganensian
picture.f Mrs. J. L. Champagne.

LOCAL EVENTS
For notices not otherwise mentioned in
The Daily. Items will he published on
# two successive days only. Copy must
be submitted to the Local Events
Editor by 4 P. M.
G E NERAJL
Thursday
Coach Matt Mann holds his semi-
weekly faculty swimming and calls-
thenics class at 12 o'clock in theaUn
inpool..
Spanish instructors teaching cours-;
es 1, 2, 31, and 32, in the literary
college, meet at 4 o'clock in room 205,
South Wing.
Military ball committee meets at
o'cockin oom302, Union.
Men's class in social dancing meets
at 7 o'clock in Barbour gymnasium. .
NEW ORLEANS. -Hope of import-
ant revelations which would shed more
light in pre-historic habitation on the
northwestern hemisphere were enter-
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