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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 FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1926 Number 91

Engineering Mechanics III:
A demonstration of synchronous vibration and critical speed will be
given on Friday, January 22, at 4:15 in Room 330 West Engineering Building.
Any one interested may attend.
I . T. Liddicoat.
Mechaniaal Engineering 7:
Examination schedule for all sections is posted on the bulletin board.
C. F. Kessler.

Mr. and Mrs. Win.
Max Bayne
M. Gould Beard


University Lecture:
Mr. William Bowie, Chlef, 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, Janary 22nd, at,
4:15, Natural Science Auditorium. The lecture will be illustrated. Students,
mdmbers of the faculties and the public are invited.
F. E. Robbins.
To All Members, of the University:
In so far as possible, copies of the 1926. telephone directory haYe been.
distributed to the various University Offices. Anyone not having received a
copy of the new directory may have one delivered by notifying the Secre-
tary's Office. S. W. Smith.
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
The Committee on Classification will continue to function through Fri-
day afternoon,' January 22. Students who have -received the approval of the
Committees on Elections and who have not yet been able to finish their
classification may do so on this day without the payment of the late fee.
Representatives of the Committee on Classification will be in the Re-
corder's Office in the morning to meet Juniors and Seniors, and Freshmen
and Sophomores may consult with the Committee from 2 to 5 o'clock in the
afternoon in Room 1025 Angell Hall. The Recorder's Office will receive
class and election cards throughout the day.
Florence Mohr, Recorder.
Committee on Student Loans:
There will be a meeting of the Committee on Student Loans, on Friday,
January 22, 1926. Students applying for loans should present themselves
at Room 2, University Hall, at the following hours:
School of Education ...............................2:00
Graduate School .......... ...........................2:20
Literary College ......................................21:30
Law School ...........................................3:30
Engineering College ....... ...........................3:50
J. A. Bursley, Chairman Committee on Student Loans.
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.
New Course in Elements of Business 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 business career but not carrying
a comprehensive program in the Business School; those preparing to enter
other lines of work in which nevertheless they are likely to meet many
problems of Business Administration; and finally, those who are interestedj
in the study of -business problems in order that they may understand im-
portant social institutions. The course is open only to seniors. Those in-
terested in taking the course should consult Professor J. P. Mitchell at Tap-
pan 202. Edifndt . Day.
Bureau of Appointments-P, Q, R, and S:
'All candidates enrolled with the Bureau of Appointments whose names
begin with P, Q, R, or S and w'ho have not called at the office for personal
interviews this week should do so today during the following hours: 10:30
to 12:00 A. M. and 3:00 to 4:00 P. M. On account of the great number of
candidates to be interviewed this week, consultations will also be held from
10:30 to 12:00 on Saturday morning.
Margaret Cameron.
Edu. F 1. Introductory Hygiene:
Hours have been changed from Monday and Wednesday at 10, to Tues-
day and Thursday at 11. Room 20 Waterman Gymnasium.
Emory W. Sink.
Students in Drawing I, II and III:
All of the locks on lockers and drawers, and materials in drawers, in
Drawing Rooms 418, 419, 421, 423, 424, 436, 437, 438 and 439, West Engineer-

Students Eleting course of Professor C. Cestre (French.
Required Reading:
A. Daudet, Fromont Jeune et Risler aine
Estaunie, Le Ferment
Boylesve, La Becque
P. et V. Margueritte, Femnihes nonielles
Romain Rolland, Dans Ia Maison (Jean-Christophe,
Rene Bazin, La Terre qui meurt .--- ---
H. Bordeaux, Les Roquevillard
E. Henriot. AriCie Brun
Perochon, Nene
F. de Curel, Le Repas du lion
Les Fossiles
E. Brieux, La Robe Rouge
Les Americains chez nous
Recommended Reading:
Estaunie, L'Appel de ia route
L'Ascension de M. de Baslevre
M. Prevost, Les Vierges fortes
J. H. Rosny, Sous le fardeau
A. de Chateaubriant, Monsieur de Lourdines
H. Lavedan, Le Duel
Anatole France, L'Anneau d'amethyste
Marcel Proust, Du cote de chez Swann


Robert L. Blakeslee
L. M. Blumenthal
Malcolm Boylan
E. N. Bryant
Alvin -. Cahiem
Laurie Campbell
Susan Campbell
Agnes Carr t
Vurginia atzore
Morgan Chan
Nelson NChanrg
Miss Yan'g Dzoen Chuig
Mr. and Mrs. ,Clarenc' Clark
W. M. Coates
Prof. Stewat .; Cour-C l ..tis
Peggy Crain
S A. Curtis.
Mrs. Anna-Dan-
L. Dannecker
Ruth Darsie
Clyde Davidson
Sarita Davis
Mr. and Mrs. Blaine DeLancey
Dr. Edwin DeBarr
Jane Duemling
George L. Ehman'
John L. Elliott
M. Elliott

Bolin Emrile
Gladys E. Evans
Mary Finnegan
Dor Flick
Eileen Foley
Beatrice Ann Fraschi
Prof. Karl Guenthler
Hazel Hannon
Louise Hastings
Ralph A. Hayward
Henry Hazelton
H. Henderian
W. L. bleu
G0o: C. Heusel Mb.
Ruth Hopper
Prof. R. D. Horn
L. R. Hough

F. W. Hutchings
John K. Ihling
J. G. Jantz
Julio Jauregin
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Jenkins
Edward W. Jones
Mollie Jones
Violet C. Kammerer
Clifford Keen
Geo. Kennohan
Geo. Kiekendall
Lens Kirkpatrick
Elvet Lewis
Rev. and Mrs. Lonsdale
Catherine Maclarep
Mrs. F. C. Macomber
Additional D. 0. B. on Page Three


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Le cote de Guermantes
As the copies available in the Library are limited in number (from 2 to
4 copies of each), students electing this course would find it greatly to their
advantage to secure personal copies of at least some of these books. If
ordered at once they would be on hand within the first week of the semester.
A. G. Canfield.
Department of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
Final examinations in courses 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, and 51 will be held Tuesday,
January 26, from 2 to 5 P. M. according to the following schedule:
Courses 1, 2, 3, 4, and 7:
Prof. Karpinski's section, Room 1035 Angell Hall
Prof. Bradshaw's section, Room 35 Angell Hall
Asst. Prof. Coe's sections, Room 1035 Angell Hall
Asst. Prof. Anning's sections, Room 25 Angell Hall
Mr. Johnson's sections, Newberry Hall Auditorium
Mr. Peterson's sections, Natural Science Auditorium
Mr. Field's sections, Room 231 Angell Hall
Mr. Reid's sections, West Gallery, Alumni Memorial Hall
Mr. Raiford's sections, Room 231 Angell Hall
Mr. Craig's sections, Natural Science Auditorium
Mr. Maslow's sections, Room 25 Angell Hall
Mr. Lemon's sections, Room 35 Angell Hall
Mr. Menge's section, Newberry Hall Auditorium
Course 51:
All sections, West Gallery, Alumni Memorial I-Tall
Any students who are taking course 51 and any of- the other courses
listed above at the same time will report as here announced for courses 1,
2, 3, 4, and 7, and report for the final course 51 in Room 3003 Angell Hall at
7 P. M. Tuesday, January 26.
J. t. Marldey, Chairman.
Faculty Concert:
The following program will be offered Sunday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock
in I-Till Auditorium by Andrew C. Haigh, Pianist, and Royden T. Susumago,
Tenor, with Helen Blahnik, Accompanist:
Prelude and Fugue C sharp major (Bach), Improvisation, Op. 31
(Medtner). Mr. Haigh; Se il mio nome (Barbiere di Siriglia) (Rossini), Pur
dicesti 0, bocca bella (Antonio Latti), Bluie are Her Eyes (Winter Watts)
Mr. Susumago; Balade, Valse, Nocturne, 3 Etudes (Chopin); Aria "La Doma
e' mobile" from "Rigoletto" (Verdi) Mr. Susumago; Prelude (Haigh), Poem
(Scriabin), La Jongleuse (Mosz owski) Etude-Caprice (Dohnanyi) *-r.
Haigh. Charles A. Sink, Secretary.
Mail addressed to the followin.g persons will be on call at the General
Delivery window, main office of the United States Post Office until January
30, 1926:
Dr. and Mrs. Roy Abbott Dr. R. Bailey
Ida C. Baar Prof Harold Balou
Geo. Babcock Abraham J. Barkman
Mabel Agnes Bailey Mrs. Daisy Barritt

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