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January 23, 1926 - Image 8

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Publication in the Bulletin Is constructive notice to all members of
the.University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Preidnt until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays).
Volume 'PI SATURD)AY, JANUARY 23, 1926 Nufber 92
To All Members of the University:
In so far as possible, copies of the 1926 telephone directory have been
distributed to the various University Offices Anyone not having received a
copy of the new directory may have one delivered bynotifying the Scr-
tary's,.ffice. S. W. Smth.
Faculty, College of Literature, Scence aud te Arts:h
The next meeting of the .Faculty will be held Monday, Jnuary 25th,at
4:10 P. "M. in Room 2225, Angell Hall. The Special Order which has been
mailed to membes of the Faculty will be uip for discussion, as wellas sev-
eral petitions from students. A full attendance is desired.
w John R. Iflinger.
Graduates, Colleges of Enginering and Architecture:
All seniors who expect to graduate in February must pay their diploma
fee by Febuary 15. Blank may be obtained in the office of the Secretary,
263 West Engineering Building
Camilla B. Green, Assistant Secretary.
College Chestry Teachers Association:
The college chemistry teachers of the state will meet in Ann Arbor to-
day. The morning session starts at 11 o'clock in Room 303 of the Chemistry
Building. Luncheon. at 1 o'clock at the Union.
1. 1. Hodges.
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-
curred at the office of the School of Business Administration.
Ednund E. Day.
Forestry il1:
Final Examination will be given in the auditoriupn of Newberry Hall,
January 26. L. J. Young.
Sociology 154. Modern Social Probleums (Second'Seester):
This class will meet for organaton", and 'assignments at 11 Monday,
February 8, in Room 225 Angell 'Hall, not in the Economics buildingas
announced in the catalogue. Discussion sections to mneet on Fridays in place
of the Friday lecture will be organized at this time. Everyone electing the
course will be held responsible for the first week's reading assignments.
L. J. Carr.
Sociology 16,.%1Publc Opinion (First semester) :
Students desiring an outline and study questions before the final may
obtain them in the office of the Secretary of the Economics Department
after Tuesday, January 26.
L. J. Carr.
Economics 51 and 52:
Final Examination Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2-5 P. AT.
Mr. Bosland's Sections-231 Angell Hall
Mir. Selby's Sections-1025 Angelal:
Mr. Oppenheim's Sections-1035 Angell Hall
Mr. Devo's Sections-35 Angell Hall
Mr. May's Sections-35 Angel Hall
Mr. Whitlow's Sections-25 Angell Hall
Mr. Woodworth's Sections-25 Angell all
Mr .Dewey's Sections-201 Economics Building.
Mr. Ellis's Sections-Natural Science Auditorium.
C. H. May.
Department of Matheiatis, College of Literature, Science, and te 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. I$arpinski's section, Room 1035 AnelI alI
Prof. Bradshaw's section, Room 35 Angel ball
Asst. Prof. Coe's sections, Room 1035 Angel Hall
Asst.,Prof. Aing's sections, Room 25 Angell Hall
Mr. Johnson's sections, Newberry Hall Auditorium
Mi'r. Peterson's sections, Natural Science Auditorium ,
Mr. Field's sections, Room 231 Angel 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 "1,
Mr. Maslow's sections, Room 25 Angell Hall
Mir. Lemon's sections, Room 35 Angell Hall 4
Mr. Menge's section, Newberry Hall Auditorium
Course 51: 7
All sections, West Gallery, Alumni Memorial Hall
Any students who are taking course 51 and any of the other courses

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. i fexico Antagonizes Washington;
Through A.lien Ban [n tOil Fields
.. . . ... ........ ....

+clashes with the present Mexican administration. -
The law which bars aliens from doing business in Tam pico, Vera LEARN THE
Cruz and areas 35 miles around themr, has the effect of imperiling the mnil- LATEST' DANCES
lions of dollars Americans have invevested in the rich oil fields in these
districts. British interests are also hit, and London is leaving no stone n- 1925, the Charleston
turned to let Mexico know its views. C ~~'. h er Wdw1a

Fo-r notices not otherwise mentioned in l
The Daily. Items will be published on
two successive days only CopYE fiust
be submitted to the Local Events
Editor by i p. M.
'Ensian contest for the Vest collet-1
tion of campus feature pictures. All
contributions to be mailed before V'eb.
tipper Room 'Bible class will " mectj
at 7 o'clock in Lane hall.
SMotion pictures, depicting the life
of Martin Luther, showing at 3, 6:46,
and 9 o'clock in the auditorium of the
Zion Lutheran church.

Doctor Smith has been doing -re-)
search work in tropical diseases.

Let The Daily sell it for you thrun 1 Un~vUI w" U n U 1wUwi
the Classified columns.--Adv. 1220Wurt Arcade Phone 8328

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volunteers will meet at 9:15'
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Photos show Ambanssador Sheffiecld of his desk, Aaron Samn and the Cerro
Azmil No. 4, the siorid's greatest oil well (located 85 miles south of
Tamnpico, Alex.
(By Central Prcss Correspondent)
WASHINGTON, Jan. 22.-Mexico, "Bad Boy of North America," is stick-
ing out his' tongue at his Uncle Sam, but there appears nothing Uncle
Samn can do about it but write notes, unless he can find an excuse for tak-
ing a club to the cut-up.
State department officials, as they write out further and additional
representations for Ambassador Sheffield to make to the Mexican govern-
m nent regarding the new land and oil laws of the republic below the Rio
rad;can only have small faith in their efficacy remembering previous

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i sted above at the same time will report as here announced for courses 1,
2, ':3, 41, and 7, and report for the final course 51 in Room 3003 Angell Mall at
7 P. M. Tuesday, January 26.
J. L. MarlelotChatirman.
Intercollegiat e Debate Tryouts:
The tryouts for the Intercollegiate Debate Class will be held this
iornii~g (Saturday) at J o'clock in Room 302 Mason Hall."
All students wishing to try out must assemble at 8:30, when the speak-
in order will be determined and final instructions giveiK out.
G." E.' Densmnome


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