100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

January 05, 1927 - Image 8

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1927-01-05

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

1'AGE EIGHT~

THE MICAN DATLY

*4~~t~

- _ --- - - -

FOUR NEW SENATORS

WEDNESDAY]_ 7, JANUARlY 5,1927
Seven Professors Attend Meeting Of PROFESSOR FORD
s'soci~tion For Science Advgm. ecnt RCEVS ONR

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is consthuctive notice to all mie-bers of
the University. Copy received b)y the Assistant to the 1resid6& t util
3:30 p, in. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays). Copy must be typewritve-n.

i

Tolume I

WYEINESI)AY, JANA ITA RY

e3g 1927 17\11110,'vr 's

Casiicaticn Coninifffee, College~ of 1. S. and A.:
This Cormmittee will meet in Room 231, AngelI l I, ;Wed ss'a fce
neon, and In Rocm 25, A. H., Wdnesday afternoon.
1. L. Rich.
Rhetore and Journal isitiia ff:
The staff of the department of Rhetoric and Jurnali'sn) wllme at
the Union for lunch at 12 o'clock, Thrsay January 6.
Educational ('ourses:
St d n s myCc r si n en st d c to a o r e l, A2, 40, and C60 in Room 106, Tappan Hal, during the period of re~is-
tration.
Gretchen Krug, ecorde.
School of Education:
Second semester elections for students in the School of1 Education
should be made in the office of the School of Education, Room, 105, Tappan
Hall, January 6, 7, 8, 10 and 11. Hours: 9-12 and 2-5, except on January
, 9-12 only.
All blanks must be in by 5 p. in., January 11.
Those wishing to elect academic courses where action of the Classi-
fi~ation Committee of the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts is
necessary must arrange for conferences with that Committee through the
Office of the Recorder of the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.
These appointments may be made in Room 4, University Hall.
Gretcheni Kug, Recorder.
Sociology 102 (Lnmnigration) -Second Seme ser:
Admission to this course will be through the Classification Committee.
R. I. Iolnhes.
Medical Latin, Course 41:
Medical Latin- Course 41--will be given next semester. The time
of meeting as stated in the Announcement is tentative, and may be changed
to suit the requirements of the class. Students who are interested should
consult the instructor in Room 2030, A. H., at their earliest convenience.
Bruno Minecke.
Pharmacy Students :
All students in the College of Pharmacy should make their class
elections for the second semester on January 5th or 6th in room 250 Chem-
istry Building.
C. C. Glover, Secretary, College of .Plar macy.
Math Z, Solid Geometry:
Students in my classes in Math. Z, Solid Geometry, may obtain thir
grades and final bluebooks in my office, 315 V. Engineering Building. Those
who receive a grade below C will report for class at the reglar hours.
31. J. Thoipso.
Business Administration 131:
Mechanical Engineering 35:
These classes will meet in Room 348 West Engneeing Building at 9
o'clock Wednesday, January 5th, 1927.
Charles Bt. Gordy.
Sociology 162, Second Semester:
The following students have been accepted for Sociology 162 and may
proceed to elect the course: Lynn Barrett, Richard Bliton, Eleanor
Bond, Osabel Callahan, Charlotte Haler, Ralph Kemper, Dorothy Mal-
comson, Marjorie Miller, Minerva Miller, Sohn Parker. Elections by oter
students will not be accepted.
It. C.Agel.
I shall not be absent during the second semester as stated in the
Announcement, but shall give the lectures in Course 51, the Graduate
Section, 251, and Social Proems, 253, as in the first semster.
C. 11. Cooley.
Rhetoric 210:
Professor Whitemore's class in Rhetoric 210 should be elected for
10:00 o'clock for the second semester instead of for 11:00 as given on the
Time Schdule.
T. E. Ranki.
Mlr. Morris's Freshmitan Group:
Members of my group will meet at the Union 7:30 Thursday evening
of this week.
A. IR. Morris, Men or.
Geograph~iy 1:
Bring Lobeck's Panorama of Physiographic 'Types to class on Thursday.
S. 1). 1Dodge.

' ein : t ea m < .n 1 A. C " ' iat Esl > i . 1, iio C -C oll t'
201 r)'AdVam;,mH 0 'ifLa0h(h l . Roeoichiatedl as pres-
1P. 1'hlla d O')i ?ia Ql r 27-x ). 1(ICW of lIII e Am C'.1h an Miroseopical
If lnueLs ~.I. Limmh 11, n .X A relinmiia Y :t;t mly of the Stu-
1 fl. I Pf'ry '1 c ! ' i l . I ' oessolr.,11 ... ,l
(7_- ct i eCrf' lt) OLt' Anmer1it- 1t2 , tPrecipitat li 111,ca'tlofl 111 1I~c
£0 -i P0f) >e1V (0Neuraiif.Pr'ofe.ssorCiIQT lt"oe te . ily 5~
AV f 1.h1 ,0ii eek p ill a symposium onl of the Ame rica a tSoci one o f ooiegs1 s.
i i'4]Li _e1; of Ihiv(es :nation iin i1itemyOP .,o'erroad ia paper beboeeli
I1? i !'..1'- ilOm0.log befCore the En- the sam:' eftoJ on ''oan'ons to
io~i A)1ical Society of.America." His ULpiht by M'yra arenlaria inl Retlation to
.Ui)jec:. v. a. "'.ln Physiolog;Y.'' Ten 'hle Bmnsen--Roseoo Law."

IN (j. W.B. Frd, of the mathemnat-
moo01,,vt:1 11 olearmnetwaselcd (pre idnlt
of 11he.American As' sociation forth
Ad "Ine mont f Science held la,_t
; i],''<]admenlitir^al assoction is an:. ;
mtl'nizies in Amiericanm college
bold the posit ion of eio-ncif
unin te xitfour years, of the
. AmIt fwmnat ical Monthly, th:^ ofliciatl
pa ±etain, of the organization.
Pal 1ronize IDaifly Advertisers.

* Sm u-t.rr r e* .*Jm,-."ln- 4 c¢:*-WV, .:wtt0~rtSxr.m t ,.'.O m~zcsflr..... ..

For r2 senators w Nho were swo~rn in at the final session of the sixty-
nlinth congrecss. They are left to -right: Dav d W. Stewart, Rlepulalcea, of
I . o harryB. IHawes, Democrat, o'_ Missouri ;Davidi I. Walsh, Dcimocrat,
of M ma.t ota and Arthur R. Gou'd, Repulhlican3, of Maine. Senator
Ixhor:; .f. lith, TDemocrat, of Mont ana, chao llne Snto oudsrt
wLoI.; s~eat, lirau e of chiarges of lar go expenditures.

"""FFICE

127

SUPLIES

CALENDARS

DIARIES

of iMrusie, 'aril all memblers are requested to be present. Yhle meetng vv
lier very brief'.
There will be a meeting of the Committee on Accredited Schools in t
ct icy of Registrar Smith onl Thursday, January 6, at 2 P. Al.
# J. U. Edmoim11Sii, seerete ayy.
There will be a meeting of Players' Club, January 6, at 7:30, in Ro 46 .nvriy.al
Edinond hioben.
Forestry (Club:
rpllf;e will be a regular meeting of the Forestry Club Wednesday, Jan
ary 5, at 7:30 P. M., 213 N. S. Building. Talks by Mason and Koenig.
Ranidal M(Caiu.
Landscape (CIO):
Ml eeing of Landscape Club Wednesday, January ,5, S :00 P. M. Electi
of (officers.
11. 11. Graff.
IUn iversity Glee 'liub:
There will be a rehersal of the Glee Club in the University School
It isi e o seven o'clock Wednesday evening, January 5, 1927.
L. Stuart Bulmnan, ifaiintr.

rill
thne

BLANK BOOK Etc., Etc.
Wahr's University Bookstore

- II

ii

, 1 ,;

L
i :' v

1

cmC I -m
I -*
Or N
ii a- IY
1='
ForTeeswf h Ya
I D
it rs BidnManr t
I _________________

Y1

H I L L

AUDITORIUM

January
All eaiis Reserved
All Main Floor, $1 .00
(except 100 at $1.50)
IFirst Three Rows
Balcony, $1.00
Remainder, 75c

7, 1927
Tickets on sale at
Wahr's Book Store
Mail Orders Now
Address
WILL ROGERS
Ann Arbor, Mich.,

Coast Artillery Corps Adianced Course:
Students substituting surveying for Military Science
meet in mny office at 11:00 A. M., Wednesday, January 5, 1927,
inability to do so.

5 will l1ow c
or report their

4I

George W. ])un,'Jr.
Music Sectioni, Faculty Women's Club:
The Music Section of the Faculty Women's Club will meet on Wednesd y,
January 5, at S'oclock at the home of Mrs. E. V. Jotter, 1413 Granger Ave,
1Marion Fisk, Secetdary.
University. Girl's Glee Club :
There will be an important meeting today at 5 o'clock at the School

Read The Daily "Classified" Columns

ME OI;

V' '

I

Overcoats and Suiqrts iratyReuedP

m l_

$3 .00'v °AT

$29 5

.09

OVEROT
AND UT

.50
$ .50

t} r
h

1

. ,
r ;:

* -
* -

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan