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PAEEGTTH-E MICHIGAN DAILY ____

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

SFUNI)AY, JANI-AiY 30, 1927

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To All Members of the Universitfy:
To insure as far as possble against.(duplication of effort and over-
soliciting of willing alumni and friends of the University, a).l to protect the
various privately supported activities of the University, certain policies
have, after conference with the Deans aad represetativ s of the Fcul~y,
been adopted by the Board of Regents.
A committee, known as the President's CommitteeC on Spciai Needs of
the 'University, has been appointed (Regents' P roceedings, P'. 107). This
committee consists of seven faculty members. Is Chairman is Librarian
W. W. Bishop and its Secretary Dr. F. H. Robbins, Assistant to the President.
All projects which involve financial support of $1,000 or more from private
sources should be submitted before soliciting o funds begins to the Sec-
retary of this committee.
The committee will at its earlist convenience consider the project and
the. list of those proposed as possible donors. On1 the basis of the(, advice
of the commttee we shall all be much beter informed as to the most
desirable method of procedure than we are at lpresent
Trhe object of this poicy is to encorae research and to insure its
successful support. Eivery efort should be made to cooperate with the
committee and to strengthen its influence.
C. C. Little.
l7nivesity Lecture:
Dr. Fritz Paneth, Professor of Inorganic Cenistry of the University
of Berlin,- will lecture on Thursday, February .3, at 8: 00 P. M. in the
Chemical Amphitheatre, en the subject "The lase of Radio Elements as
Indicators."
The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbin.
Further Change, Faculty Meting, Colleg of Litrature, Sience and the Arts:
Another change has been necessary in the date of the postponed faculty
meeting. It will be held definitely Tuesday evening, February 1, in Room
2225 Angell hall, at 7:30 P. M.
John kI. Effiger.
Lecture in Economics :
Mr. George C. Smith, Executive Vie-resident of the Baltimore Asso-
ciationk of Commerce, will speak in Tappan Hall, 206, on Monday afternoon,
January 31, at 4:30 o'clock on the subject "Industrial Analysis and Logical
Community' Development." Business Administration students and Grad-
uate students in Economics invited.
Ernest N. Fisher
Graduate Students:
Elections for the second semester should be made at the office of the
Graduate School, Room 1014, Angell Hall, from February 8 to 12.
Registration for students not enrolled during the first semester takes
place at the same time.
Students who complete requiremnts for the bachelor's degree at the
the second semester should see that a complete statement of recordl is in
the office of the Graduate School before the registration dates given above.
Rth A. Rouse, Recorder.
Graduate Students :
Graduate students who expect to receive the Master's degree at the
end of the first semester and expect to enroll in the Grauate School for
close of the first semester should pay the diploma fee by February 10.
Blanks for this purpose may be secured at the office of the Graduate School.
Ruth A. Rowse, Recorder.
College of Literature, Science, and the. Arts, February Seniors:
Students who plan to take their degrees in February, should pay their
diploma fees and return their receipts to the Recorder's ofice, Room 4,
University Hall, before February 11.
/ Florece Mo hr, Recorder.
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
Registration and classification for students entering the College of
Literature, Science, and the Arts at the beginning of the second semester
will take place on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, February 10, 11, and 12.
Students now in residence who have not classified may classify on the
dates given above upon the payment of one dollar penalty for late calssifia-
tion.
Florence M1ohr, Recorder.
School of Ediicalioii, Teaclhers' Certificates:
Blanks for the payment of the Teacher's Certificate fee may now be
secured at the Office of the School of Education. All students who expect
to be recommended for the Teacher's Certificate at the end of the present
semester must pay their fees and return their recipts to the Recorder,
School of Education, by February I.
Office hours 10:30-12:00 A. M., 2:30-3:30 P. Al.
Gretchen Krug, Recorder.
School of :Educat ion, February Seniors:
All Diplomas and Teacher's Certificate fees must have been paid and
the receipts returned to the Recorder, School of ducation, by February 11.
Office hours 10:30-12:00 A. NI., 2:30-3:30) P. Al.
Gretchen lTug, .Recorder.
College of EDgiieering and Archtitecture. Mtath. Z and la:
The following examination periods have been assigned for my classes
in Math Z, Solid Geometry:
Sect. 1 (Tu.. and Th. at 4) Sat., Feb. ,;, 1927, 9 to 11 A. M.
Sect.2 (Mon. at 7, Wed. at 9) Friday, Feb. 4, 1927, 2 to 4 P. M.
My class in Trigonometry, Math la, Sect. 8 (Wed, and Sat. at 8) will
have its examination on Friday, Feb. 4, 1927, 8 to 12 A. M. All these
examinations will be held in Room 317 W. Engineering Bldg.

These who were not present when these periods were arranged and
have conflicts with this schedule should see mie at oncet.
.1. . Thomapsoni.
Bolian . 1'ialEx'11111imlFeb. 4,il i1)9A. L1:
Dr. Pollock's se'ction (Section 5) will mneet for the final examninationi
in Rooin B207 N. S.
i All ether Sections in the Natural Science auditorium as announced.
11'.W.V.1Tupper.
1 nrollini cut in Soicial Psychiatry 246 will lie limited to those who have
takien 245 avidi 249 and who are registered for 250.
c 'V'. Ranphael.
lli ioso~>hy 31, !iual II mwat ion:
Jlei will write their Philosop hy 31 finalI in ;'at. Science Aud., iwomen
in Alumni 4enioral nail( West Gallery).
J (ill 1ii uier.
j Th:e fol lowing; extra se tlon cf Macheiniat ics 36, Calculus, four hours
credit, is a nnonne(l for the secondl semester:
Sec. [11, M~, Tn, Tb, F, at. 10. Room 304 M. 11.
E Stuldenits le sir ng to Be enrol led in this section should attend the first
meeting ofthtle class on iMonid;'y, Fcbrn ary 14.
J a~aes WI. Glover.
Pl 'siolcgFsial % 'iwiistry 101 :
The c a: inmtion ini Physiological Chemistry will be held on February
a9, at 1:30 11. M. 'Students from the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences,
jSchool (fit Pharmacy, School of Edncaton and the Glraduate School will be
eamlinedI in Roomi 311, West M1edical Building.
Ifire-it r(:of Ik eor W ons at Parties:
In planning parties in nonl-fireproof buildings at which decorations
will be used, attention is called to the fire regulations which require
fireproof material.
At only a slight additional expense, fireproof decorations can be ob-
taned which will comply with the tire regulations in this respect.
E. C. Paragonm, supt., Buildings anid Grounds D)ept.
(111 ichigan Dames Neeting:
The regular meeting of the Michigan Dames will be held at the home of
Professor and Mrs. HI. S. Mallory, Washtenaw Road, Wednesday, February
2, at 8 o'clock promptly. All memblers andI guests are asked to meet prompt-
ly at Pilgrim Hall, William Street, at 7:30, and take a special bus from there.
Mrs. Carl L~. Whitchurchi, President.

(By Associated Press)
a AINN']APOLIS, Jan. 2.- IHigh;
school and college girls are not reallyi
smarter than boys. Their applarent'I
superiority is dule to inefficient mark.-
ing systems which emphasize the
wrong things.t
Donald G. Patterson, head of the1
department of psychology, and T. A.!.
Langlie, instructor in psychology at l
the University of Minnesota, join in
this theory of why sister can out-'
- mart brother in the classroom. Pat-
terson andl Langlie studied the ques-
tion and mnade a report on it.
"We beleve," they said, "these1
peculiar sex differences in marks are
dlue to a constant tendency to over-

They exp~lain this statement b~y as-A1 SIN G, Janm. 291.-The state
serting that irrelevant factors ente r rinw problemns which have provedt
inlto the old'-style metiehoil of awaryding be the leg-islature's chief concern di
marksarfrrl.in its first three weeks are apparew
D)ata obataijied fr-om twin cityN high ly as undefined as when the legish
schools in which teachers were aske~d teis; started their- trek to the stat
to rate the ability of their pupils wvas capitol armned with opinions and sub
used as the basis for part of the gestions.
study. Tw o bills which' would establi:
____ death by lethal gas .as a major penalt
MOC()Wl.--M embacrshifp in the lied for murderers were amiong the firstt
Trade Union international has been' reach the legislative committees. Tn,
granted to the Central Union w orkhers resolut ions proposing legislative inve
of C l m i ,a d ab e t .af n o l e e a l s n s n Fiforwarded to the Colom ian :u;organiza- and Detroit and a half dozen or m ot
tioun. other bills touching upon crimninr
The ; law are also before the lawmaker
Subscribe for Th Michia n'Daily. but opinions apparently are as muc

Psychology'T'eacher 1 wods w1blive'tht b lctve
IUpholds M\/ere M ales prevent in part, such over-irating of
the girls."

T.he Faculty Wonmeu's Club:
The club will sponsor a dance for Faculty and Alumni ,it Grngr'1
Academy, Tuesday evening, February 1, at nine o'clock. One dollar per
couple.
Thle Faculty Wozmen's Club:
The nest meeting, which will obe in charge of the Art Section, will be
held Thursday afternoon. February 3, from three to five.
Mrs. WI'V11:14noF;ayei'.
Forestry 1.31. l1inaI Exanminl on:
Students whose names begin with letters A to C will take sa. in Roomt
13 Angell Hall; students whose names begin with D to G' will take seats
in Room 221 Angell H-all; students whose names begin with II to Z will
take seats in Room 231 Angell Hall.
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Choral Union Ushiers:
All ushers are reqquestedl to report at Hill Auditorium by 7:30 Monday
evening, January 31, for the concert by Fritz Kreisler.
W. A. Davenport, Asst. Supt. Buildings and Gronuds D~ept.
History Ii')t (Economics 161);:
Final examination Tuesday, Februiary 8, 2-5 P. M., in 1209 Angell IHall.
A. L. D~unhami
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