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THE MICHIGAN DAILY'

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DAILY OFFICIAL

BULLETIN

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Publication in the Bulletin is constr'uctive notice to all mrembe,:rs of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays). Copy must be typewritten.
Volume V11 THURSDAY, JANUrARY G, 1927 N u11<i' 4"

Ora torical A ssopial ion tUshers anud't'icket-Trakers:
Roy Chapman Andrews speaks tonight on "Prehistoric Life in Asia."
Please report at Hill Auditorium before 7:30.
Carl (). Lrandt.
Alpha hl'4ilon .11a:
There will be an important meeting of Alpha Epsilon I\Iu Thursdaiy
evening at 7 o'clock in room 308 of the Michigan Union. All menibers are
rec;uestedl to be present.
Walter Niorti, Jr., Librar ain.
Ialayers' (CIO):
'there will be a meeting of Players' Club, January 6, at 7:3,InDoomf
406; tnversity Hall.
Edmund Ho lie:-.

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u1 9 ilr;y Th'jarniental Consultation Hours:
The following additionial consultation hours will be observ (l by rep re-~
sentatives of the History Department (luring the period from January~ 4- 5
an:l January 10-15, inclusive: Prof. William A. Frayer, daily 11:15, Rooyn
1204 A. 11; Prof. Earl W. Dow, Monday, Wednesday, 10:00, Room 1011 A. 11.
Florenice Molar,', lt{'urder.
Dtu 'oau of Appontments-M, 't, 0:
All candidates enrolled with the Bureau of Appointments whose namies
'begin with M, N or 0 are requested to call at the office, Room 102 Tappan
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.
Mlargaret Camiieron.
Educational Courses:
Students may secure assignments to Educationai Courses; Al, A2,5, 1320,
Cl, (340, and COO in Room 106, Tappan Hall, during the p~eriodl of regis-
trat ion.

Gretehen IKrug, lRecorder.

School o hia n

Second. semester'°-elections, for students in the School of Elducation
should be made in the office of the School of Education, Room 105, Tapp~an
Hall, January 6, 7, 8, 10 and 11. Hours: 9-12 and 2-5, except on January
8, 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-
fication 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.
G retclhen Krug, .I eoidor.
Sociology 115; Urban Sociology :
Students who have taken Community Problems (Sociology 121) will notj
be admitted to Urban Sociology (Sociology 115).
/ 11. 1'.Lanisdale.
Rthetorlc 167, 168, 248,"and 211:
Professor Scott's classes in Rhetoric have been assigned for the re-
mainder of the semester as follows:
Course 167, Section 1, Everett; Section II, Mallory.
Course 169, Thorpe.
Course 209, Whitmore.
Course 211, Morris.
T. P. ilukin
Dpartwimental Recomimendation in French and Spanish:
All seniors in the Literary and Education Schools andl gradluate :;tudent:s
who will have completed the requirement by the end of the 2nd semester and
are desirous of the departmental recommendation to teach French or Simnisb
from the Department of Romance Languages are requested to leaveo their
names, if they have not already done so, in the office, No. 1'04S ouh Wipg.
This recommendation 'is independent of the' individual recommendations
from instructors, and only those who, leave their name,, will be consi5deretd.
I1 '.P. Tlii4 4.
11Iciical Latin, Course s41:
Medical Latin- Course 41-will be given next semester. T'i 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. II., at their earliest convenience.
Brumno M einecke.
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 De'pt
For Rent:
Five garages on East Washington Street across from the Powrer Plant;
$ .GO per month. See Mr. 1. *W. Truettner of the iBuuildIng, a:;a Go:
Department.
E. C. Pardon, Superintendent of Buildings aind(! roaicds 1)cd.
Univ1ersity Club1:
The regular club night for January will be held Friday, the 7th. Pro-
fessor Hobbs will speak on his Greenland expedition, lhis talk well be1
illustrated with moving pictures.
Entertainment Commnittee, A. S. Mimoii "!--)%!wn.
Choral Union Ushers:
All ushers are requested to report at Hill Auditorium by 7 :30 Friday
evening, January 7th, for the Will Rogers entertainment.
WV. A. IBaivemport,
Assistant Superintendent Building and Grounds Dept.

Iii Lamblda rt'heta:
There will be a meeting of Pi Lambda Theta Thursday at 7 :30 o'clckl
t: the home of Mrs. Marin, 539 Thompson.
j Virginia Earl, President.
There will be a meeting of Iota Sigma Pi Thursday, January 6, at. 7:30
P.. MW, room 410 Chemistry Building. Members are requested to be preparedl
to pay their dues.
Margaret W. Johunsoni.
Facult y Wives :
Will all faculty wives who wish University women to work in their
I homews in exchange for board and room second semester please telephone
Ime ase soon as possible at 8316?
Beatrice 'v'. Johnson, Adviser of Womten.
Zoology Journal Club:
The Zoology Jounrnal Club will meet Thursday, January 6, at 7:00
P. M. in room 242, N. S. Building. Several of the staff members will give
reports of the Philadelphia meeting of the American Association for the
Advancement of Science. All interested are cordially invited to be present.
I F. N. Blanchard.
(hargoyle Staff :Meeting:
M~embers of the editorial staff and tryouts of the Gargoyle will meet
Thursday at five o'clock. New tryouts are requested to report at that
time also.
r C. R. Swinehart.
SExamination For Prospective teachers of English:
The examination required of all those who expect teachers' certificates
Iwith English as the major or minor subject will be held Saturday morning
January 8, in room 1025 Angell Hall, from 9 to 12 A. M. See page 60 of
tie Bulletin of the School of Education and page 125 of the Bulletin of the
' College of Literature, Science, and the Arts. All materials for the ex-
amination will be furnished except pen and ink.
C. C. Fries.
F ench~ 196 by Prof. Canfield:
Novel of Realism, with special emphasis on Balzac, will be given the
seconad semester. Tfwo hours credit, hours to be arranged. Teacher-Prof.
ICtiifiid. Not given in the announcement. Students who wish to take this
c'-)urse may leave their names in 104 South Wing.
11. P. Tltiemae.

BDETSATO SPECIAL WORK
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mL & ) U i 'btto manufacturers1
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(0 nti mE;1:> inot ice ithis field hasl
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Eich Made Officer
Of National Body
Prof. Louis M. Eich of the public
speaking decpartment was elected sec-
r: Lary of the National Association of
Teachers of Speech at their annual
conovention, Dec. 28 to 30, at Chicago.
Professor Eich is the first member
of the piublic speaking department to
be made an officer of the association,
'although Professor Immel, a fot'mer
miembor of the department and now a
inemlber of the faculty of the Univer-
si1ty of Southern California, has been
lresident of the association since
leaveng; Michigan.
Through the influence of Professor
Fa"!, it is; hoped by local members of
tle asso( iation that the next annual
convcnt.oui will be held in Detroit.
UNIFORMS ARRIVE
IAll faze special uniforms, that were
ordered in October to supplement the
regular stock kept for the men taking
basic courses in the R. 0. T. C. depart-
i mnt. have arrived from the United
: States army quartermaster's depot at
Philadelphia, Pa., and are being dis-
mibuted to the students. These suits
are the first to be received here for
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