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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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EXAMINATIOiNS ISSUED1:
Opening, Tests'1YiI1 Be Given Monday,
Jan. 91; Closing Date Fixed As
Saturday, Feb. 12.
FOUR SCHOOLS ON LIST
Schedules. for the first semester ox-!
aminations in the literary college,
School of Education, Graduate School,!
and the School of Business Adm iin-4
istration wvere issued yesterday in the
Recorder's- office. The examinations '
will last two weeks, beginning on
Monday, Jan. 31, and ending Satur-
(lay, Feb. 12,' there b~eing two periods;
every (lay; from 9 to 12 o'clock, and
from 2 to 5 o'clock.
The comhplete schedule for the se
sctlools follows, the time of exailna-
tion being dletermined by the time of
the first meeting of the class.
Monday, Jain./ 31: A. MV.-Monday at
11; P. M.-.r1uesday at 10.
Tuesday, Feb. 1: A. M.--Monday at
9; P. M.-Math 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 51. j
Wednesday, Feb. 2: A. M.-I'donday
at 8; P. M.-Ec. 51, 185.
Thursday, Fe]). 3: A. M.-Tuesday at;
9; P. M.--Rhet. 1., Psychology 31.
Priiday, Feb. 4: A. M.---Tuesday at
2; 1'. M.-Tuesday at 11.
Saturday, Feb. 5: A. M.---Tuesday at
8; P. M.-French 1, 2, 81, 32, Spanish
1, 2, 31, 32,'
M~ondlay, Feb. 7: A. M.-Tuesday atj
1; 11. M.-Socioiogy 51.
Tuesday, Feb. 8: A. MV.-Monday at
10; P. M.-Monday ait 3.
Wednesday, Feb. 9: A. M.-MondayI
at 2; P. M.-Tuesday at 3. '
Thursday, Feb. 10: A. M.-Monday
at 1.
Irregular classes which cannot be
examined as scheduled without canls--
ing conflict, will be examined at one
of the following periods: Feb. 1, 2-5;
Feb. 2, 2-5; Feb. 3, 2-5; and Feb. 7,
2-5.
nBUCHAREST.-Rumors in Belgrade a
of the possibility of former Crown
Prince Carol's -ascending the Hungar- i Ka'hoeweedsrbdheeofc1i
ially as Wild ,and fantastic. e

GASOLINEFIRE1 AL . MS PARIS

lPollack 'Addresses
Political Science
Meeting Recentlyv
Dr. Jarres K. Polloc k of the politei-1
cal scioece partmieut was one of the
speakers at Ithe an nuah meeting of the
American Political Science associa-
tion held in St. Louis during the va-
cation pleriodl. The subject of his talk
wa's "The Elections of 1926."
Prof. Joseph It. Hayden of the po-I
litical science department who is sec-
ret ary-treasurer ot the organization
was _re-elected to offie for the coming
year. Other members of the faculty
present. were Prof. Thomas II. Reed
and Prof. Everett S. Brown.
nong t le speakers on the three
Jay progralm were ex-Governor Frank
0. Lowden of Illinois and the presi-
U 'nt of.the or'ganiz.ation, lProf. eharles
P0.OR--'t'he Italian government (Ie-
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lt~ is concentrating troops on the
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