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THE MTCHITAN DAILY'°

WEDNESDAY, JAN-U ARY 29, 1927

PAGF~ ~ffGHT WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1927

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to thie President until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. mi. Saturdays). Copy must be typewritten.

French 32.-1425 Angell Mall. Proctors: Patterson (in charge), Cloppet, !at 7:30, in Room 202, South Wing. A short program has been arranged.
Trotter. All interested are invited to attend.
I J. E. Megaro, President.

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WE DNEKDAY,

JA-, WARY 2e9 1927 umber S9 t

Secial Facuilty Meeting, College of Literature, Science sandl the Arts:
The Faculty adjourned on Monday to' meet again on Friday next,
January 28, and I am calling the meeting at 4:05 P. M. sharp, in Room 222:)
Angell Hall. Adjournment was voted until Friday evening, but the evening
hour has been found inconvenient by many. Dean Lloyd who made tho
motion to adjourn, approves this change to the afternoon hour.
Senate Committee on Underg;ra duate Studies:
There Will be a meeting; of this commnittee on Wednesday, January
26, at 4:00 P. Mv., in the office of the Graduate School, Room 1014 Angell Ball.
{ J. A. Bursley, Secretary pro tet

Graduate Students:;
Graduate stuidents who have not responded to summons recently
ceived from the office of the Graduate Scxhool should (10 so at once.
NO hA. Mouse, lRecorder:

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Cnfl i3 LNI'Mxiis French anid Spanish:
CoStud-nrts having conflicts b~etween examinations in French 1, 2, 31 01'
32, and Spaish 1, 2, :31 or 32, fake their Spaniishi examiinations according
to the examnation schedule, t he 1st Saturday P. AMi., February 5, and will be
ex:anin (1 for French the 2nd Thursday ..2M., February 10, 200 South Wing.
r 'The followmn program will he given in Ilse Students' Recital Series,
S liOoi of luiO Ai(l uitorium, Thursday evening, January 27, at 8:00 o'clock.
T1he general pubic is corially invited to attend: Des Abends (Schumann);
D~ig i om i1t v U,3tz ;Margaret File; "EBose SoftlylBlooinmg" (froze "Azor
andiZ ~a')(S~poh ) ''One Fine I )ay'' ( roll "MIladlamne uttez fly") (Puccini)
Mrs.G,-,ca r ' esm Concerto A minor (First! movem eni m) ( Viotti) B~ernmard
i Dickstei'n; Elm Au c b (oszowski) llie'F iagg: "C'he Fatro Senza Fury-
dice" (Orph)1euls -'q Erydiee') (i luckS) I lope E'auer ; ('zthedrale Engloutie
(Debussy) y'lMinstrels (Debussy)' Frederick Sevald : Romeance (ftron1)minuor
IConcerto) (WVienia wski) Hielen 1-ays: "In the -Village'' (tSchubert) "The
Diver" (:\lcMillei)) l.lyron Burneson ; The Sw an (Painigren) P'relud e (each)
isaeFil;im W( a)rm Awa"(F oote ) "h oliday" (Curran) Ellen
Peelle; Ldotus Land (Scott) Prelude (Prohoiieff) Elizabeth Schwier.
Clharles A. Hink, Secretary.
Coure in 11%y-Construietion (English 1-l4)
Con adrction for Ulinen O pera hook-Writers :
Thle quota for the course in Play-Consi ruction (English 144) has been
filled, andl no more registrations can be accepted. The first meeting of the
class will be held in Rown 2219 Anigell Hall it. 9 o'clock, Tuesdaly, February
15.
I Beginning on Monday. January 31, a cony-ultation for students intend-
I ig to subinit books for next year's Michigan [;nion Opera will be held
from i 2-4 in Room 1044, East Enginecring Building, and will be held regular-
ly between these hours every Monday until further notice.
Donal H-amiliton Ilalues.
University Women:
Your cooperation is needed in order that the Women's League Candy
' Booth may be kept open during examination periods. A temporary schedule
is being arranged andi women who are willing to work at some time during
the examination weeks are requested to call Laura Joslyn, 2-1058.
E lizabeth Wellmian, ('hair mani.
Gelogical anid eora piical Journal (Club:
The club will meet in Room 4.37 N. S. Bldg., at 7:30 P. M. on Thursday,
January 27. Dr. Janes will talk on "The Ahaggar of the Central Sahara."
All interestedl are cordially invited to attend.
Wlater A. Ver Wiebe, Secretairy.
s Mathematical Clb:
Luncheon meeting will be held at the Michigan Union, Wednesday,
January 241, at 12:10.
11. W. Den toni.

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Freshinan Advisory Group:
Professor Aiton's Freshman Advisory Group will meet at his home, 613
Oakland Avenue, Thursday evening, January 27, at 7:30 P. MI.
A. S. Alomi.
Cerele Francaise Lecture :
Mr. C. E. Koella will give an illustrated lecture Wednesday, January 26,
at 4:15, in Room 25, Angell Hall, on "La Vie des Etudiants en Sui lse
Francaise."
This is the third lecture on the Cercle Francais program. Tickets for
the series may be procured from the Secretary of the Romance Languages
Department, Room 104, South Wying.
Itene Talanmon.
Colleges of Engineering and Architecture,
Contlcts In Final Examniiations:
Students with conflicts in final examinations must fill out one of the
cards which may be obtained at my office, Room 3223 East Engineering
Building, not later than noon, Thursday, January 27.
J. C. ier.
Public Aeronautical Lecture:
A lecture on Progress in Rigid Airship Development will be given in
Natural Science Auditorium today at 4:15 P. M., by Mr. R. 1-. Upson,
Chief Engineer of the Aircraft Development Corporation.
E. A. Stalker.
Spanish 1,-2, 31 and 32 Exacts; Satunrday P. 31'., February 5:
Spanish 1-Mr. Grahamn's section in Room 206 U-I. Proctor Mr. Graham,
Mr. Bartley's and Mr. Burnley's sections in West Physics Lecture Room.
Proctors are Mr. Bartley and 31r. "lta's ley.
.Mr. Logan's and Dr. Spaling's sections go to Room 25 All., Proctors
are Mr. Bartley az d Dr. Slpauldig'.
Mr. Eddy's and Mr. Sanchez' sections in Room 231 AU. Proctors are
Mr. Des Marais and Mr. Sanchez.
Spanish 2.-All sections go to Room B, Law Building. Proctors are Mr.
Eddy and 31r. Ilootkns.
Spanish 31.--Alt sections go to Ihoonn 6 Nowberry Htall. Proctors are
Mr. del Toro and Mr. Mercado.
Spanish 32.-All sections go to Room 2:UAH. Proctors are 31r. Des
Ifarals and Mr. Sanchez.
(Those whose names are in bold face typ~e are proctors.)
Philip " . Bursley.
French 1,, 31 and 32 Examinations; Saturday 1". X, Febiruary 5
French 1.-'Alumni Memorial -all (West Gallery). Proctors: Barnett
(in charge),Michaud, Berman, Pineau, Resweber.
French 2.-1035 Angell Hall. Proctors: Dow (ill charge), Koella.
French 31.-Natural Science Auditorium. Proctors: Pargument (in
charge), Finney, Bonasi, Sewell, Evans.

GET YU LUEBOO KSEAL
We carry a complete line of 1'ue
I ~Books in all sizes and kinds.
Phone 4744 1 111 South Univerity Phone 4744
Special Sale of Granite Ware f
t ~All this week we will continue to sell RacedGrnt
'TWare at one-fourth off the regular price.
Coffee Boilers Wash Basins
Coffee Pots SFink Strainers
Tea Pots Dippers
T[ea Kettles Cups
yDish Pans Double Boilers'
ISauce Pans Stock Pots
Pudding Pans Ba-king Dishes
I Milk k Pans Colanders
I If you are in need of any such ware, come to our
store this week.
STATIE STR'EETlIARWR
14310 South State St. Phone 5015
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A meeting of 11 Circolo will be held

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Club Starts Large
ExpansionPrograrn'm
M\~embership expansion campaign of
ithe Chamber of Commerce is well un-
tder way with pledges amounting to
$5,35 acceo'ding to a report made at
a fl a'eting of the team captainls Tues- 1
dlay noon. This is a little less than a
third of th3e amount desired to be
z: :N~ edieore the campaign terminates
Friday.
3. R. Allen, assistant secretary of
the Detroit Board of Commerce, was
the speaker at the luncheon Tuesday.
lHe emphasized the importanice of the!
work drone by the Chamber of Coin-
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