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PAGE EIGHT

THIL" MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, JANUARY 13,

PAGE EIGHT THF MTCHTCIAN DAILY

DAILY 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 VI SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1926 Number 86

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Campus Parking:
After today, January 16, parking on the campus will be restricted to cars
bearing on their license plates University parking permit tags for 1926. All
permit tags of previous years should be removed.W
it ley w;, soth'
College f iterature, Science, and the Arts:
~e fowh ~tudents, who .in'curred afbflgafions at the University Li-
brary last year, will be expected to "make settlement a once in o der to' b
permitted to classify for the. secondsemester and to recive credit for the
fIrst semester's work:
Theodore Barnes, Ainsworth Booth, Robert T. Devore, Herman Hoek,
Riva Kulakofsky, Walter Metz, Harold B. Mthersiil, Bernise Siegel, Leland
S. Wilcox, Howard S. Williams.
Florence .ohr, Recorder.
Combined Curricula :
Students now in professional schools, who are enrolled on the combined
curricula, Letters and Law, Letters and Medicine; Letters and Business. Ad-
ministration, and Letters and Dental Surgery, must fill out an election blank
for the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts for the second semester
in the Recorder's office, Room 4, University Hall, January 18-21, inclusive.
Florence Mohr, Recorder.
Combined Curriculum in Letters and Business Administration:
Students who are planning to enroll for the first time on the combined
curriculum in Letters and Business Administration for the second semester,
should call at once at the Recorder's office, Room4; University liail , for
application blanks.
Florence Bohr, Recorder
Graduate Students:
Graduate students should make their second semester6 elections in the
office of the Graduate School on February 4, 5 and 6. New students or stu-
dents transferring from other Schools or Colleges should register on the
same dates. A student transferring at this time should at once ask the Sec-
otary of his School or College toPrepare and send to' the office, of, the
Graduate School an official transcript of his undergraduate record.
Ruth A. Rouse, Recorder.
February and June graduates who wish to meet representatives of firms
looking for men for commercial positions, may receive notification of
visits from representatives by filing requests on forms which may be se-
cured at the office of the School of Business Administration.
Edmund E. Day.
School of Religion:
Registration for the second semester for courses in the Michigan School
of Religion will take place. January 21-24 in Room B, Newberry Hall. The
hours of registration will be from 10-12 A. M. and 2-4 P. M.
L. Waterman.
Political Science 130:
A new course entitled National Administrative Problems, Political Sci-
ence 130, will be offered by Dr. Pollock in the second semester. This will
be a two hour course meeting Tuesday and Thursday. at 10 in. Rom 1299
Angell Hall. This course will be open to undergraduates and graduates
who have had Political Science 31 and 32. For information concerning the
course consult with Dr. Pollock, Room 2034 Angell Hall.
J. S. Reeves.
Geology 82, Historical Geology:
Laboratory one hour each week. Sections:-M, at 10, Tu, at 11, W, at
10, Th, at 11, F, at 10,
E. C. Case.
Public Speaking Courses:
The following changes in instructors for Public Speaking corses have
been necessitated:
Course 31, section 7, M, W, F, at 10, Room 3208 A. H., Mr. Densmore in
place of Mr. Brandt.
Course 42, section 1, T, Th, at 8, Room 3208 A. H., Mr. Eich In place of
Mr. Densmore.
Course 42, section 4, T, Th, at 9, Room 3209 A. H., Mr. Eich in place of
Mr. Densmore.
Course 42, section 5, T, Th, at 10, Room 3208 A. H., Mr. Harlan in
place of Mr. Eich.
Course 42, section 9, T, Th, at 11, Room 3209 A. H., Mr. Densmore in
place of Mr. Eich.
Course 42, section 11, T, Th, at 1, Room 3209 A. H., Mr. Densmore in
place of Mr. Harlan.
Course 144, Debating, section 2, M, W, F, at 11, Room 3209 A. H., Mr.
Brandt in place of Mr. Densmore.
Louis Eich.
Freshman Band:
All members of the Freshman Band are requested to assemble promptly
at 7:00 P. M. Saturday evening at Morris Hall before going to Yost Field
House. The uniform will be dark suits. Bring music racks with you.
. Clyde. R.. Flory.
'Women's Research Club:
The University Women's Research Club will meet in room Z-242, Natu-
ral Science Building, on Monday, Jan. 18, at 7:30 P. M. MisA E. K. Janaki
will talk upon "The Racial History of the Hindus."
Theodora Nelson, Secretary.
"Great Catherine":
To meet the continued demand for seats, Comedy Club is presenting a

fourth performance of Bernard Shaw's farce, "Great Catherine," this even-
ing at 8:30 o'clock in the Mimes Theatre.
Neal Nyland, Pres.
Men's Educational Club:
There will be a meeting of theClub Monday evening at 8:30 at the usual
place. President McKenna of Michigan State Normal College will speak.
A good attendance is desired.
Ralph Vanl oesen, President.

Head Of Interstate C
Commission
Leader Of Group That Will Conider
Van Sweringen Merger Proposal
Frowns On Consolidations
(By Central Press)
WASHINGTON, Jan. 15.-At a time1
when the Van Sweringen merger pro-
posal is before the Interstate Corn-
merce commission for approval, the
members of that body considered the
most radical in his beliefs, and thef
strictest on mergers, is occupying
the chairman's seat.
Under the merger plans 0. P. and
M. J. Van Sweringen, brothers, of'
Cleveland, 0., hope to consolidate a
number of roads with the Nickel Plate
as a nucleus. The other roadsare
the Chesapeake and Ohio,. Pere Mar-
quette, Lake Erie and Weste'rn, andl
the Erie.
Some ten years ago the commission,
which under the law elects its own
chairman, established a practice of re-
volving the chairmanship year by
year, the chairman moving up in thel
order of precedence fixed by length l
of service. This practice makes Jos-
eph B. Eastman of Massachusetts the
chairman for 1926.
Eastman, who is 44 and the young-
est member of the body, has been
known for several years as its "chief
dissenter."
In many of the important cases re-
cently decided, particularly those af-
fecting railroad organization or finan-
cing, Commissioner Eastman has ledl
a militant minority and has usually
written a scathing minority report l
teking issue with th ethings approved
by the majority.
The Van Sweringen merger propos-
al is to be acted upon soon and Chair-
man Eastman may write a minority
opinion opposing approval of the mer-
ger.
Zoology Faculty
Members Honored
Atits recent meeting in Kansas
Ci the American Microscopical so-
cie elected Prof. George R. LaRuej
of e zoology department president,
ana, Prof. A. M. Chickering of the
sage department, treasurer. This or-
ganization is one of the oldest of
An evican biological societies. Its
pub liiation, The Journal of the Aner-
ic 'Microscopical Society, is now in
itsf th year. Prof. Paul S. Welch
of e zoology department was the
edItad 'f this journal for several years,
unt 1be was obliged to resign on ac-
co~n of his leave of absence from
th iversityO
YOUR SUBSCR><PTON NOW.

ommerce
z Has Radical

Views'

Joseph Bartlett Eastman

LOCAL EVENTS
For notices not otherwise mntioned in
The Daily. Items will be published on
two successive days only. Copy must
be submitted to the Local Events
Editor by 4 P. M.
GENERAL
Saturday
Pi Lambda Theta meets at 12 o'-
clock at Spedding's studio for a re-
sitting.
Members of the osmopolitan club
will met, for the 411al luncheon of
the sem'ter lock in Har-
rshall. Prof. J. L.' Th'umm of the
journalism department, will deliver
a talk on "Newspapers and Newspa-
RELIGIOUS
Saturday
Presbyterian student.sleighing party
leaves at 3 o'clock fromthe c hurch.
Sunday
Student volunteers will meet at
! 9:15 o'clock at Wesley hall. Dr. Le-
roy Waterman of the School of Re-
ligion, will speak.
Student classes led by Mrs. Nellie
B. Cadwell and Harold Coman will
meet at 12 o'clock in the Presbyterian
church.
The Indian Club will have charge
of the Baptist guild devotional meet-
ing at 6:30 o'clock in the GUild house.
Social hour, to be 'olowed; a
discussion of the happenings at the
Evanston Student conference, will be
held at 5:30 o'clock in the Presbyter-
ian church.
public and private health. In the past
year more than 200 lectures have been
given under the couMPittee'8 diree-
tion in all parts of the state, Michi-
gan is the first state to adopt .such
a program and, accordin~gto Dr.Sund-
wall, the experiment is being observed
by the health authorities of other
states with much interest.
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