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FACE

THE MICHIcAN DAILY

TUESDAY, JANUARY 4.

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D"A I LY OFFICIAL BIULLETIN
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. in. (11:30 a. n. Saturdays). Copy must be typewritten.
Volume VII TUESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1927 Number 7")
University Lecture:
The illustrated lecture by Captain R. A. Bartlett on "The Cruise of the
Nlorrissey" which wos announced for January 12, has been postponed until
the evening of February 16.
W1illiali t . lHobbs .
Action of Discipline Committee:
Edwin R. Morine, '29 Law, has been found guilty of public intoxication
about the premises of the Lawyers' Club and of having driven an automobile
while under the influence of intoxicating liquor. It is ordered that he be
suspended for the remainder of the first semester of the University year
1926-1927 and that his readmission be only with the permission of the
Dean of the Law School.
11. F. Goodrich, University Committee on Diseiplinc.
Any orders for new equipment contemplated during the current year
will have prompt attention of our department if released at this time, as we
are running extremely low on orders and are in need of additional work.
E. C. Pardon, Supt. Buildings and Grounds Dept.
For ent-:
Five garages on East Washington Street across from the Power Plant;
$5.00 per month. See Mr. I. W. Truettner of the Buildings and Grounds
Department.,
E. C.iPardon, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds Dept.
Professor F. N. Scott's Classes in Rhetoric:
Classes in Rhetoric 167, 169, 209, and 211 will meet this week as usual.
T. E. Rankin.
Physics :i, 36, 45, 46:
Owing to the death of Mr. Ritz, curator of the West Physics Building,
exercises in this building will be suspended on Tuesday morning. The
funeral occurs at 9:00 o'clock at St. Thomas Church.
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Auxiliary officers refreshments 'will be served. All students and faculty
members of the post are urged to attend this meeting.
Reuel 1. Blake, Adjutant.
Black Quill:
There will be a meeting of Black Quill Tuesday evening at 7:30 in
1204 S. WV.
Mary Elizabeth Ribbey.
f ure-au of Appoitments-1, N, 0 :
All candidates enrolled with the Bureau of Anpointments whose names

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j Hall, for interviews this week. Office hours for this purpose will be held
from 10:30 to 12:00 A. M. and 3:00 to 4:00 P. M., January 4, 5, 6 and 7.
Margaret Camieron.
C'laushsication Committee, College of L. S. and A.:
This Committee will be in room 1035, Angell Hall, Tuesday forenoon,
and in Room 25, A. H., Tuesday afternoon. Since the publication in the last
Official Bulletin of the list of courses with which this Committee is con- 7
cerned, two more courses, Astronomy 31 and Psychology 31 have been added
to the list. Elections made in these courses must be made through this
Committee.
Appointments may be made at the Recorder's Office.
D. L. Rich, Chairman.
De an Effinger Tells graduate work was one of the sub-
jects discussed at the convention, and
Of Dangers Of First at this time it was decided that the
most feasible plan for advanced
Semester In College aeronautical study was that each
school should institute a different
phase of research, for there was not
(Continued From Page One) enough demand for several schools to
Just because a student can make an have the same advanced courses and
"7" and "B" record. in his first and go into them thoroughly. In this way
second semester in the University, each school would specialize in one
then, is no real assurance that when advanced subject. Due to the strategic'
he comes to courses where more in- position of the University, Professor
dependent judgment is required he Pawlowski believes that Michigan will
can make the same record. The be asked to specialize in lighter-than-
chances are, however, that if the stu- air craft research in addition to the
dent getting this high record contin- regular courses now being offered.
ues to display real sincerity and effort Other subjects suggested for other
he will succeed. schools are aeronautical engines,
"There have been many instances photography and surveying, and aerial
where thehstudent has had a poor transportation.
record for his first semester, but after
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Physics 45:
The assignment for Wednesday is 35-42.

N. It. Iwillianis.

Business Aministration 131:
Mecha n.l Engineering 35:
These classes will meet in Room 34S West Engineering Building at 9
o'clock Wednesday, January 5th, 1927.
Charles B. Gordy.
Organ Recital:
Palmer Christian, University Organist, will give the following program
in Hill Auditorium, Wednesday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock:
Concert Overture (Rogers); Carillon (DeLamater) ; Minuetto (You) ;
Prelude on the Welsh Hymn-Tune "Rhosymedre" (Lovely) (Williams);
Toccata, Adagio and Fugue in C (Bach); Cantilena (McKinley); 'Scherzo
("Storm King" Symphony) (Dickinson); Traume (Wagner); Marche Russe
.(Schminke).
Charles A. Sink, Secretary.
Tau Beta Pi:
There will be a meeting of the Michigan Gamma Chapter of Tau Beta
Pi tonight at six o'clock in the Michigan Union.
Joseph D. Ryan, Secretary.
Michigan Dames Meeting:
The Michigan Dames will hold their next meeting on Tuesday evening,
January 4, at 8 o'clock in the Faculty Women's Club Rooms, 226. South
Ingalls Street. All wives of students are cordially invited to be present.
Mrs. Carl L. Whitelurch, President.
Edwin Prieskorn Post No. 46, American Legion will hold a joint meet-
ing with the Ladies' Auxiliary in the Legion rooms at the City Hall Wed-
nesday evening at 7:30. Following the installation of the newly elected

while record.
"The freshman should systematize
heis work, and work consistently not
intermittently. He should not be con-
tent only with answering questions
that are asked him; he should gets
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course. Many students say that theyL
dislike certain courses because they
o not work hard enough to really
,,grasp their signifi cance."
Pawlowski Returns I
From Washington I
Aero' Conferences
Prof. Felix Pawlowski, head of the
department of aeronautical engineer-
ing, returned recently from Washing-
ton where he was appointed to lead
the discussion concerning the question
of "Practical Experience and Special
Shop Courses," during one of the se-
ries of conferences which were held in
connection with a meeting -of the'
leading aeronautical educators of the I
country. The meeting was held under
the auspices of the Daniel Guggen-
heim fund for the promotion of avia-
Irof. A. E. Stalker, and Prof. D. K.
azari noff, represented the University
at the conferences.
Aeronautical specilization in post
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For Summer Session'
Intensive public health information,
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tinuing until Aug. 5. The institute
method will be introduced for the
benefit of those who do not find time
available for attendance at regular
coures. The lectures will cover a,
wide field and will be given by mem-
bers of the University faculty, health
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the health work of the summer ses-i
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