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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY OFFICIAL

BULLETIN

January 7; will please meet me at my office, Angell Hall, Boom 3216, on
Tuesday afternoon at 1:00 or 2:00 o'clock.
Philip L. Schenk.
College Literature, Science, and the Arts:
Attention is called to the fact that my course in Rhetoric 32, an-
nounced for Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 1:00, will be given instead
t . 2:00 o'Crloc.k on the same da s in Room 3221

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. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays). Copy must be typewritten.
Volume VII FRIDAY, JANTARY 7, 1927 Number 73

UnAV rsity Lecture:
Mr. Gorham Munson- of New York City will speak in Natural Scienct
Auditorium on Thursday, January 13, at 4:15 P. M., on the subjiet "Newr
Movements in American Letters: What do They Mean and What May oe
Hope From Them?"
The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbhin.
Campus Parking Privileges:
The 1926 parking permits have expired. New permits should be applie'.
for at once by all persons eligible to park on the Campus and desiring to
avail themselves of that privilege. By the advice of the University Senate
issue of parking tags will be restricted hereafter to the following classes.
(a) Members of the various faculties with the rank of instructor or
above.
(b) Administrative officers.
(c) Other members of the University staff who in the opinion of a
committee consisting of Mr. S. W. Smith, Mr. H. G. Watkins, and
Professor J. W. Glover may "need such parking privilege for the
efficient performance of University duties."
Shirley W. Smith, Seerviary.
Faculty Wives :
Will all faculty wives who wish University women to work in their
homes in exchange for board and room. second semester please telephone
me as soon as possible at 8316?
Beatrice W. Johnson, Adviser of Women.
To AllHouse Presidents:
All signing-out slips for December should be turned in before January
12 to the office of the Advisers of Women.
Norma Mansfield, Assistant Adviser of Women.
To the Faculty of the School of Education:
There will be a meeting of the Faulty of the School of Education,
Monday, January 10, 4:15 P. M., Tappan Hall. A full meeting is desired.
A. S. Witlney.
Examination. For Prospective Teache'rs of English:
The examination required of all those who expect teachers' certificates
with 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
the 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 iurnished except pen and ink..
C. C. Fries.
Sociology 115; Urban Sociology:
Students who have taken Community Problems (Sociology 121) will not
be admitted to Urban Sociology (Sociology 115),
it. T. Lan sdale.
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
I shall not be able to meet my classes on Friday, January 7. Freshmen
having appointments with me as their Adviser at 11:00 A. M., Friday,

Rietoric '32 (Second Semester):
' Professor Schenk's 1:00 se
efaiged to 2: 00 (M. W. F.) Ro(
To All R. 0. T. C. Students:_
At 5:00 P. M. today in the
port ant meeting of those men int

Philip L. Schienk.
ction (Mi. W. F.) in Rhetoric 32 has been
om 3213 A. I1.
E. A. Walter.
old Eng. Shops Bldg. there will be an im-
terested in trying out for the rifle team.
W. C. Loulsell.

FRIDAY, JANUARY 7.1927
Randall Addresses FORESTERS HEAR New Models To Be
Annual Meeting of KOENIG, MASON Shown At Detroit
Physics Convention At the regular meeting of the For- Automobile Exhibit
estry club last night, Otto Koenig, '25,
grad, and Ira T. Mason, '25, provided
Prof. II. M. Randall, director of the the feature talks of the evening, fol- DETROIT, Jan. 6.-Detroit's 26th
physics laboratory, addressed the an- lowing the regular business meeting. I automobile show is to be held in Con-
nual meeting of the American Physi- Mr. Koenig, who is a former president vention hall, Jan. 22 to 29, when mo-
cal society, in affiliation with the of the club, gave a description of his tor manufacturers will announce a
SiAthwork in "cruising," or estimating of great many new models. The local
meAt of Senc en y ftra-Red Slpe- ForeK service, told of his wor nr the show will be the largest in the coun-
tm Fores)>'irvie, ol fores ok n jhetry from the point of floor space. The
tos copy," in Philadelphia, during the great Snoqualmie forest. Detroit exhibition, as usual, comes be-
recent vacation period. Professor tween the national shows of New York
Randall has been for the past year TEXANS TO HAVE I and Chicago.
a vice-president of the American IBecause of commodious quarters,
Physical society and the chairman of CAMPUS VILLA the Detroit show will be more com-
s ction B of the American Society for " plete than any other of its kind in the
the Advancement of Science. His ad- AUSTIN, Texas, Jan. 6.-For the country. Besides the display of motor
f dress was made as the retiring vice- purpose of providing a center for the cars, there will be several airplanes
president. ! activities of advanced students in and motor boats shown, as well as an
In addition, Prof. O. S. Duffendack i Spanish at the University of Texas I exhibit of shop equipment by nine
and Prof. J. C. Black, of the physics during the next summer session, a Detroit automotive jobbing houses.
department, delivered a paper upon Spanish house for women students The Society of Automotive Engine-
"Energy lvei studies on metallic will be conducted, according to an an- ers will again hold its annual conven-
vapors using a high temperature tung- nouncement by Dr. E. R. Sims, pro- tion in Detroit the week of the auto
sten furnace." fessor of romance languages here. show.

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Choral Union Ushers:
All ushers are requested to report at Hill Auditorium by 7:30 Friday
evening, January 7th, for the Will Rogers entertainment.
W. A. Davenport,
. Assistant Superintendent Building and Grounds Dept.
University Club:
The reguiar club night for Janyary will be held Friday, the 14th. Pro-
I fessor Hobbs will speak on his Greenland expedition. His talk will be
illustrated with moving pictures.
Entertainment Committee, A. S. Aiton, Chairman.
P'ortia :
Portia picture for the Michiganensian will be taken at Rentschler's
at 4:30 Monday, January 10th. All members please be there promptly.
Ruth Lambert, Secretary.
Campus officers who have not obtained a page in the Michiganensian
for their organizations must do so at The Press Building before Jan. 15.
C. B. Kramer, Org. i1gr.
IForestry Club -Nembers :
A picture of the club will be taken at Rentschler's Studio on Huron
Ave. Friday noon at 12:15 sharp, January 7, 1927. A full turnout is
requested.
C. H. Soulter, President.
Phi Delta Kappa:
Phi Delta Kappans will meet at the Lantern Shop for luncheon this
R. A. Honn.
Phi Kappa Phi:
Members of Phi Kappa Phi from other institutions who have not yet
affiliated with the Michigan chapter and wish to do so, are requested to
notify me.
Edwin M. Baker, Secretary.
d'olonha Literary Circle:
Polonia Literary Circle will meet Friday evening at 7:30 P. M., in Lane
Hall. All members are requested to attend.
J. W. Klimek, President.
Senate Couneil:
There will be a meeting of the Senate Council at 4:15 P. M. Monday,
January 10., in the President's office. F. E. Robbins, Secretary.

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