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P'ACE ETT'

TI- IE MICF-TECAN DMLIIY

TU-ESDAY, JNAY1,12

DAILY OFFICIAL

BULLETIN

Publication in the Bulletin is consteuctive notice to all members of
the U7niversity. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. im. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays). Copy must be typewritten.
"Volume V11 T'E~~iiI)N , JVNV Al Y I8, 27 N e: 2

tMr. l ursley's vs. Mr. Dow's; Mr. Morris ' vs. 'Mr. Chrmstead's.
I R. C. Angell.
{IFresitiani Group~s Oanaized by v ln Bursli y:
! The first round of basketball gamnes will be played tonight at Water-
ma n Gymnasium. 'Teams must be0 on the floor,. ready to play, at 9 :15. Each
group 0-hall furnish a tim,--keeper and( a scorer.
Mlember: ; of 64reiip 2 1 as1lethall'lear:
S Our first gamUne is scheduiled for 10:00o 11. M. onl Tuu~day, January 18,
on court No. 1 'Waterman Gymnasium. Please 1)e on the floor and ready
to 1 pliy by t:15 P. 1.
~J. A. Rtoescli.

Reser-ve Band: r.
Practice this evening at 7:00 P. M. in Morris Tall. All members are
reouested to attend.
WIL11 Leslie.
11f'28 J-1l1) C(onanij1itee:
The 1928 i-Hop commhitee wil meet tonight in room 325 of the Union.

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Committee on Undergradate Stud ie:
First pleeting for organization and preliminary conference in office of
Graduate School, Angell Hall 1014, on Tuesday, January 18, at 4:00 P. M.
A. 11. Lloyd, TieporrChaira.
Memibers of the Adinistrativle Board, College of Lit rat ur, Siece, and
the Arts:
There will be a meeting of the A dministrative Board on Wednesday,
January 19, at 4:10, in Dan Effinger's ofice.
I1. Ilt. lunplreys.
Health Servce (Dispensary hours):
Until further notice the dispensary will be open Saturdays 45 P. M.,
in addition to the established hours which include Sunday 11-12.
Warreii E. Forsythe.
The Department of Buildings and Grounds has just mailed a letter to
the heads of departments requesting a list of items for any needed repairs
or improvements to buildings during' the fiscal year begining July 1, 1927.
It is requested that all concerned should bring to the attention of the
heads of departments such items of buildings or parts of buildings which
they occupy that need attention from the Buildings and Grounds Department.
F. C. Pardon, Superintenden.
university Lecture:
Mr. Arthur S. Coggeshall, of the Carnegie Museum in Pittsburgh, will
deliver a lecture in the Natural Science Auditorium, Wednesday evening
at 8 P. M., on the work of the Carnegie Museum in the collection and
mounting of giant Dinosaurs discovered in Utah. The lecture will be
illustrated by lantern slides and by moving pictures of models prepared to
{show the action of these animals in life.(Case
Faculty Members in East Engineering Building:
The regular luncheon of the East Engineering Building teaching staff
will be held Tuesday noon, January 18.
C. W., Good.
English:
Professor Samuel Moore will be unable to meet his classes in English
0.11 Tuesday, January 18.
L. A. Strauss.
Landscape Design Students:
There will be an important meeting; of the Lanscape Club on Wednes-
day evening, January 19, at eight o'clock.
Waye HI. Lavery.
Athena Literary Society:
The reguar meeting of the society will be held at 7:30 P. M. on Tues-
day, January 18.
Florence A. Polock, Preident.
Literary freshmen :
The dues of the Literary Freshmen are due and payable at the desk
in the main lobby of Angell Flail all this week. Receipts for dues will be
required for Frolic Bids.
'Farringon 'ne edy, Tlrasurer.
Physics Colloq11ul:
The Physics Colloquium will meet at 4:15 P. M. Tuesay, January 18,
in Room 1041, New Physics Building. Mr. R. A. Wolfe will speak on "The
Excitation of Arc Spectrum in Nitrogen."
'W. F. Coley.
MWUSIC Section :
The Music Section of the Faculty Women's Club will meet on We-
nesday evening, January 19 at 8 o'clock, at the hiome of Mis. L. J. Rouse,
1137 Michigan avenue.
Mur in Fis, 5e-rtar.
Iota Alpha:
There will be meeting, deferred from December 16, of the Michigan
Chapter of Iota Alpha at 7:30, on the evening of Thusday January 20, in
Room 3201 of the East, Engineering Building. All members and initiates
are invited.
J. A. Cissl, Pesident.
Alphia 1u:
Alpha Nu debuating society will mneet tonight at 7:30 in its chapter room
on the fourth floor of Angell, hal. The program will be in the form of a
toastmaster's night, which will be followed by a very important business
meeting. Visitors are welcome.
i{'bt. E. M1innick, President.
Freshmen Groups Organized by Dean Bursiey:
Schedule of bowling matches to be played at 7: 3 this evening at the
Union: Mr. Abbott's group vs. Mr. Agell's; Mr. Attwood's vs Mr. l3randt's;

(Irgan lizat ion, .Fraterif iicS anmd Sororities :j
All groupi pictures f'or tie M!ichiganensian mnust he takeh by January
25. As soon as possilie after the pictures are taken the prIoofs should be
r, tu'ned to the pihotogra pher, properly identified.
The full list of members miust be handed in immediately and payment
for the page made.
yLouis lRobertson, III a nag'in g Editor.
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cWel :and 1Flanage:
There will be an important meeting at 4:00 P. . in Room 307, W.
Eng. bldg., Tuxe day, Janiuery 18.
M. A. IMtvimlsoi, President.
Union Fresluana Groups :
The following basketball games will be played tonight at Waterman
jGymnasium at 10:00 P. M.:
Goddard's group vs. Roeseb's group.
Taylor's group vs. Russell's group.
W0aring's group vs. Fleming's group.
jNissan's group vs. Rusw'inckel's groulp.
All players of these various groups are urged to be present.
William nJeffries.
lWar and~ Ethics Study Group: -
Gur' next meeting will be held in the board Room at Lane Hall, on
Wednesday, January 19, at 4:15 P. M.
11. W. Denton.
'Le CereeFrauuaie:
The picture for the 'Ensian will be taken at Speddings, Tuesday, Janu-
ary 18, at 1 o'clock. Please be very prompt.
IDorothy Bd. Tischi, President.
SAdelphi House of IRepre'sentatfives:
Adelphi will assemble at Dey's studio at 7:15 Tuesday evening for the
group picture. In the business meeting which will follow the candidates
for Speaker for the second semester will be nominated. All members are
urged to attend.
i N. Rowersox, Speaker.
1La Sociedad l ispaic'a.
The picture of the group for the Michiganensian will be taken Sun-
day, January 22, at 10 o'clock. All dues must be paid by this time. The
meeting called for Tuesday, January 18, will be postponed until the be-
ginning of the secon'd semester.
(Charles T. Lee, Presidenut.
{ Moving picture eut itled "Flashes of Action," taken by Signal Corps
phetographe s cdueing the World War will be showrn at the Natural Science
(mliterium Tuesday evening, January 18, at 7 :30. It is desired that as
mraniy advanced ccurse students as possible see the picture in order to
strdy theo tactical formations shown. This picture is, however, of general
interest to all It. 0. 'T. C. students. The public is cordially invited.
Rlemold )Melberg.
Chil- eltraPhi :
There will be o, meeting Tuesday evening at 7:830 in 204 S. W.
iflary Elizabeth hielbey.

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The first step taken was that of ther
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