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Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to fall members of
tie 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


Numbnler 92

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Tc All Members of the University :
To insure as far as possible against duolication of effort and over-
soliciting of willing afumni andl friends of the l'uiversity, and "to protect the
various privately supported activities of the University, certain policies
have, al'te: conference with the lDeans and repres7entativeps of the Faculty,
been adopted by the Board of Regents.
A coimmittee, known as the President's Conmttee on Special 'Needs of
the University, has been appointed (Regents' Proceedlings, P. 107). This
committee consists of seven [acuity members. Its Chairman is Librarian
W. W. Bishop and its Secretary ig-. F. E. Robbins, Assistant to the P'resident.
All projects which involve financial :support of $1,000 or more from private
sources should be submitted before soliciting of funds begins to the Sec-
retary-'of this committee.,
The committee will at its earliest- convenience consider the project and
the list of those proposed as possible donors. On the basil of the advice
of the committee wer shall all be much better informed as to the most
desirable method of p~rocedure than we are at present.
The object of this policy is to encourage research and to insure its
successful support. Every effort should be made to cooperate with the
committee and to strengthen its influence.
V. C. Little.
University Lecture:-
Dr. Fritz Paneth, Professor of Inorganic Chemistry of the University
of Berlin, will lecture on Thursday, February 3, at 8 :00 P. M. in the
Chemical Amphitheatre, on the subject "The Use of Radio Elements as
The public is cordially invited.
F. F. Robbins.
Furf lier Change, Faculty Meet ing, College of Literature, Scienice and thae Arts :
Another change has been necessary in the date of the postponed faculty
meeting. It will be held dlefinitely Tuesday evening, February 1, in Room
2225 Angell Hall, at 7:30 P. M.
John R 1. Effinger.
The, Building and Groundls Department is compelled to make certain
repairs and will therefore be unable to furnish compressed air to any
building from 7 o'clock Thursday, January 27, to 7 o'clock Monday, Jan. 31.
Herbert G~. i atiis,, Assistant Secretary.
Juior.11op House Parties:
All fraternities planning to attend Junior-Hop or having parties the
week-end of Junior-Hop (Feb. 11-13) must file their request cards and signed
pledges i~n the Office of the D~ean of Students not later than Friday, January
28. No permits will be granted after Saturday noon, January 30.
J. A. Bursley, P~ecan of Studeis.
Librairy ('onnilitee, College of Litratnre, Science and the Arts:
There will be a meeting of the, Library Committee of the College of
Literature, Science and the Arts at 4 P., M. -on Tuesday% February lc
Members of the Faculty having requests to lay before this Committee are
asked tq (10 so in writing before noon of M~onday, January 31.
Win. A.V. B ishop, Librariani.

Psyc0hology 31, Final Exafnij1Ation :
Students whose names begin with letters A to F will take seats in the
!Natural Science ,AuOitoriuni; students whose ILA ,s C; }.-gin with C"I to N will
take seats in Newberr y Hall Auditorium; students whose names begin
with 0 to Z will tape seats in University Hail Auditorium.C
A delbert Ford.
school of 1Educat ion :
r e)istration for sfudents cut ering the iSchoot 0o E(uaintescn
sC'eeter wi~lI I?,ke place on Saturday morning, February 12, and Monday,
IFebruary 14i. I louns 9i:00-12:100; 2:00-5:0(1).
G~re& chen Iirag, R udr
I I ~lECE..o ic aL to swi}) Ib ihcld lthis a fternoon 1:00 ti :u (l 1. _14, Ream
348 W. Engitnee:-ing building.;
On a, cunt of i'~:n rs to the oirgan in Hlll Auditorium, the recitals will
be omittedl during the two weeks 0f examinations.
C hailes A. S ak, Keere1liry.
('hor.il Uion:
Rehearsals: February I., Men ; Februiary 3, Women; February 8, Men
and Women; February 10. omnitt ed.
j Earl V. Moore, D~irector.
Choral Union Ushers:I VIENNA.-Don Loro Zaka, Insurree- -
All ushers are requested to report tion leader has fled across the frontier.
at Hill Auditorium by 7 :30 Monday
evening, January 31, for the concert
by Fritz Kreisler.
W.A. D)avenport, Ass't. Supt. For Exam s -
iBuildings 'and Grounds iDept.{
IJunior 11esear'clh Clii: I F o u n ta in1
The regular meeting of the Jlunior.
Research Club will be held on Tues-
day, February 1, at 7:30 P. M. in Room
162 N. S. Two pap~ers will be pre-; B lu e B o o ]
sented :.
1. "Household Refrigeration," by I
L. A. Phillip.
2."icovery of a Devonian Fauna
from Deep Well. Drillin,'gs in South-VA
eastern Michigan," lby (G. M. Ehlers. )%E ahan ertr. W4
' rc w r RssO"Architects' Buildino~ aL
Construction of the new ar chitec-
tural building which is to house the
architectural college upon completion, j I ~
has been steadily progressing, and at'
the present time, brickwork on theVIA 4a f 1
south and west sidIes of the- building'
has been erected up to the second IR N A S (orf
floor'. R T L-(ou-
"The walls; of the new building rep-
resent a very interesting experiment in! SALE-We are autht
blending the brickwork," according to ables, and cal
Prof. Emil Lorch, (lean of the archi-ofc mci
tectural college. Twelve different kinds ofiemci
of face brick are being used to pro-I
du1ce a bl~endi in, thle texture of the!IRP IIGAlr
Iwalls. This is the only building of its!I results and gi
kind that will contain such a variety ofI
face brick, believes Professor Lorchi.; SUPPLIES--Includi,
The building is expectedl to be finish-
ed by thle fall of this year.IR
BERLIN.--Chancellor Marx's new
t cab~inet, to succeed the one which tre-I
pigned early last month, was consti- I
tuted today. Dr. Stresemann con-
Stinues as foreign minister.





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To All House Presidents:
Signing-ou~t slips for ;December arc dune in the Office of Advisers
Women before February 5. The followiin liaises have not handed
their slips for December :
Asmnan Howser Scott
Augspurger Jocelyn Schwartzbeck
Blackaller Keppel Sheahan
Coon Leatherman Vogt
Dauner AR-Each ran Wood
Eastman McNeill Betsy Barbour
Fawcett Mason Helen Newberry
Feiner M~atthias Martha Cook
Frink O'Nara Chi Omega
Hall Probst Collegiate Sorosis
Hanselman Rock Kappa Alpha Theta
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Norma iMansfield, Assistant

Adviser of Women.

French and Spanish Exanms Conflicts :
Students having conflicts in examinations in French 1, 2, 31, or 32, and
Spanish 1, 2, 31 or 32 will be examined in Spanish according to the exam
schedule, the first Saturday P. M., February 5. (for rooms see another
notice in this bulletin), and will be examined in French the second Thurs-
day afternoon, February 10, Room 200 South Wing of U. Hall.
" Philip EL Bursley.
Spanish Examnations, Saturday, February 5, P. )L:
Spanish 1.--Mr. Graham's sections in Room 206 University Hall. Proctor
Mr. Grahiam.
Mr. Bartley's and Mr. Burnley's sections in W'best Phy sics Lecture Room.
Proctors are Mr. Bartley and Mr. Bursley.
Mr. Logan's and Dr. Spaulding's sections in Room 25 Angell H-all.
Proctors are Mr. Logan and D~r. Spauliding.
Mr. Eddy's and Mr. Sanchez' sections in Room 231 Angell Hlall. Proc-
tors are Mr. IDes arias and Mr. Sanchez.t
Spanish 2.-All sections go to Room MB, Law Building. Proctors are
Mr. Eddy and' 4r. llootkins.
Spanish :31.-Ail sections go to Room 6 Newberry Bail. P'roctors are
M1r. del Tora)fand Mr. il ercado.
Spanish ft.--All sections go to Room 231 Angell hlall. Proctors are
Mr. Pes ifltirais and MVr. Sanchez.
(Those whose names are in bold face type are in charge).
Philip E. Bursley.
School of Education:
February Seniors. All Diploma and Teacher's Certificate fees must
have been paid and the receipts returned to the Recorder, School of Edut-
cation, by February 11.
Of~ce hours 10:30-12:00 A. M., 2:30-3:30 P'. M.
Teacher's Certificates. Blanks for the payment of the Teacher's Cer-
tificate fee may now be secured at the Office of the School of Education.
All students who expect to b~e recommendedl for the Teacher's Certificate
at th egend of the present semnester must pay their fees an~yl retturn their
receipts to the Recorder, School of Education, by February i1.
Office hours 10:30-12:00 A. M., 2:30-3:30 P. M.
GIretchien Krug, -Ale orter.
('ollege of Engineering and ,Archiitecture. Mthl. Z antji1a:
The following examination periods havo been assignedl for mny classes
in Math Z, Solid Geometry:
Sect. 1 (Tu. and Th. at 4) Sat., Feb. 5, 1927, 9 to 11 A. MW.
Sect.2 (Mon. at 7, Wed. at 9) Friday, Feb. 4, 1927, 2 to 4 P. M.
My class in Trigonometry, IMath la, Sect. 8 (Wed. andI Sat. at 8) will
have its examination on Friday, Feb. 4, 1927, 8 to 12 A. M. All these
examinations will be hteldl in Room 317 W. Engineering Bldg.
Those who were not p~resent when these periods wvere arranged and
have conflicts with this schedule should see nc at once.
N. J. Thmpson.
Boapy IL Final Examination Feb. St ih at 9 A. M.:
Dr. Pollock's section (Sect ion 5) will meet for t he final cexa..ninal ion
in,Room B207 N. S.
All other Sections in the Natural Science anudit oriuni as announced].
11. 11 . Tuphper,'.
social P11ychitltr3- 216:
Enrollment in Social Psychiatry 246 will be limiited to those who have
taken 245 and 249 aid( who are registered for 2<i0.



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Corner State and Wash. Sts.
Arthur WV. Stalker, 1). D)., Minist'er
Parley C. Binghiam, Associate
Minister and Student Director.
j Miss Largare't Stair,
Student Director.
10: 30-Sermon: "P1rayer--Is 11 Out
of lDate "
12:00-Student Bible Classes at
Wesley Hall.
6:00---Prof. Thomas Reed will
speak before the Guild.
7 :30-Missionary pageant present-
ed by the Young- Women's

R. Edward Sayles, Minister
Howard R. Chapman, Minister for
10: 4: - Morning worship. Mr.
Sayles will preach on: "The
12:00-Church Bible School.
12 :00-Student group at' Guild
5:30--Fsiend ship Hour.
6 : 30---Devotional meeting in
charge of World Service
Committee. Mrs. Robert
White, formerly ra medical1
missionary in In~dia, will
give an address. i

Corner Huron and Division Sts.
;aerie IH. Anderson, Minister
Lewis C. Reiniann
Mrs. Nellie B. Cadwel
Secretaries for Students.
9:30-Student Class led by Prof.
A. R. Morris.
10 :45-"Friendship as i asset."
1 : 00-Open Forum for students.
5:30-Social Hour and Supper.
6:30-Young People's Society

Eerbecrt A. Jumnp, Minister,
I elen I ams:)y, S udeynt Director
Re-. Nicholas Vandler°Iyl of Ober-
lin-, 0., will preach at 10:45
and 8:00.
'Mrs'. Miry Kirkspatrick, matron
Starr Commonwealth, will ad-
dlress thie Fellowship at 6:30.
Re, Perch's -Barrier" will be the
-motion picture.





Slate and Huron Fis-
Sidney S. 111)11114, P11.D), Minister
January 30, 1927.
10:45 A. Al.
VIorninb service:
"Sharpening' the Conflict"
5:45 P. 1M.
Candlefight Supper
In formal Examination Period

409 South D~ivision St.
10:30 A. 14.-Regulnar morning ser-
vice, subject: "Love:"
11:45 A. M.-Sunday school follow-
ing the morning service.
S: 45-Wednesday evening testi-
monial meeting.
The Reading room, 10 and 11
State Savings Bank building, is
open daily from 12 to 5 o'clock.
except Sundays and legal holidays.

Fourth A ve. near Packard St.
G. A. Neummann, Mtinister
9:00 A. M.-Sunday school.
10:00 A. M.--Regular morning ser-
vice. Sermon subject: "For-
giveness - Mfall''s Dty to
11:00 A. 14.-Germian service.

Dhiision and (>therie Streets
Fourth Sunday After the
8:00 A. M.-HIoly Communion
(the Church).
9:00 A. M.-Holy Comnmnunion
(Harris TBall).
10:00 A. M.---Student Study Circle.
(Hlarris Hall).
11:00 A. M.-Mvorning prayer and
sermon by the Rev. Henry
3:00 P. M.-Student and adult
Confirmation class.
4:0(0 P. M.-Study Class in lHar-
ris Fll under the auspices
of the Men's Class. Leadler,
Mir. Lewis.
6 :00 P. MV.-Student supper and
meeting in IHarris IHall.

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himself he can
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Slinday, Jilmmary 30

Washington St. and Fifth Ave. 1
E. C. Stellhorn, Pastor
9 :00 A. M.-Bible study hour.

Corner 11i1lanid Tappan
Kienneth R . Bowen, Past or
10 :80-Morning worship.

(MIssoufi Synod)
Third and West Hluroni Streets
C. A. BRAU7EI, Minister.
9:00 A. NT.--Germnan service.
10:00 A. M.--Bibie Study.
11:00 A. lw-Em dish service


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