THE MICHIGAN DAILY
'WEMNESDAV, FE RUARZY 16,
You are requested to call at the Office of the Dean of Students, Room
2, University Hall, Wednuesdlay, February 16. Kindly be prepared to fill out
the fraternity report for the first semester, including the following informa-
(1) Names of new oficers for second semester.
(2) Name of the chairman of the Alumni Committee and his addrss.
(3) Faculty advisor.
(4) Names of all active members during the first semester.
At the tne you call you may receive the report on the inspection of
J. A. Blursiy, Dea.
Fellowship in Biology:
There will be one or two fellowships at $1,000 per year each open to
students in Biology who are interested in doing half-time work on a re-
search problem in animal genetics in my laboratory (uring two years
beginning July 1, 1927. Dring one-hair of the time in each year the
tudent will be free to pursue studies towards a higher degree. Those
interested should apply to Miss Murphy at my office.
C. C. 1itle.
Conmmittee on Student Afairs:
There will be a meeting 01f the Committee on Stdent Affairs this ater-
noon at 3:00, in Room 2, University Htall.
J. A. B ursly, Ca~iran.
Changes of Fletois-Sehxol of Education:
Unavoidable changes of elections may be made on Thursday andFri-
day, February 17 and 18, in the ofice of the Recorder of the School of
Education, Room 105, Tappan Hall, 9-12 A. M. and 2-5 P. M.
Membership in a class does not cease nor does membership in a class
begin until all changes have been officially registered in the Office of the
Recorder of the School of Education. Arrangements made only with the
instructors are not official changes.
Changes in instructors should be reported at this time also.
After February 18 changes in elections may be made in Room 105,
Tappan Hall, only upon payment of a fee of one dollar and only during
the regular office hours.
Gretchen Krug, Recorder.
Mathematics 16. Hyperbolic Fuznctions and Elliptic Funct ions:
Class will meet Thursday, at 5 P. M., in Room 318 West Engineering
Bldg., to arrange hours.
11. F. Dosta.
German 214 (istoy of tie German Laguage):
Will meet to arrange hours on Wednesday at 4, in Room 201 U. HI.
A special course in Elementary German is tent atively offered by this
department to instructors and graduate students who wish to acquire the
reading knowledge of German required for the doctor's degree.
If interested please communicate at once with G. L. Michaud, Dial 851,
so as to arrange for hours and dlays.
Eng1Fe~h 123-Victorian Literatutre:-
English 128 will meet in. Room 205 M'~ason H-all on Wednesday, Feb-
W. 0. Raymond.
My section of IEnglish 31 at 1 o'clock will meet in Room 207 Tapal
Hall on Wednesday, February 16.
11'. 0. Raymond.
Comparative Philology 1 61:
This course, scheduled for Room 2006 Angell Hall, will meet hereafter
in Room 229 Angel Hall at the hour set.
Physcs 210, Atonle Structure:
First meeting Wednesday at 9:00 as scheduled, in Room 1041.
E. F. Barker.
Education 1140 The Teaching of Phrysis:
Will meet 'Thursday at 8 o'clock in Room 121 H. S. to arrange hours.
Gerald W. Fx.
111story 116 (Economis162):
The course will meet from now on in Room 1209 Angel Hal.
A. ,. JDunamn.
Physics 186; Light:
Meeting for organization Wednesday, February 16, at 2 P. M. in Room
3071 East Physics Building. Students wishing to take the course should
be present in this meeting or consult me beforehand. An afternoon for the
laboratory work, alternative to the regular one, may possibly be 'arranged.
Charles F. Myer.
Greek 164 (The Greek Drama in English Translation) will meet in
Room 2003 Angell Hall on Wednesday, February 16, and in Room 2215
Angell hall on February 18 and thereafter.
Palmer Christian, University Organist, will give a very interesting
program in the Twilight Organ Recital Series, Wednesday afternoon at
4:15 o'clock. The general public, with the exception o~ small children, is
cordially invited to attend. The program in full is as follows: Festal
Prelude (Dethier); En Bateau (Debussy) ; ~a Concertina (You) ; Choral
Prelude "Allein zu dir, Herr Joes Christ" (Pachebel) (1653-1706) ; Fugue
in C (Bustehude) (1637-1707) ; Choral in A minor (Franck) ; Dedication
(from the Suite "TFhrough a looking.lass" (Taylor) ; KammenoiOstrow
(Reve Angelique) (Rubinstein) ; Marche Slave (Tshakowsky).
Chaurles A. S ink, Secretary.
31emnblers of the R.. 0. 1'. C. Raie 'Teazm:
There will be an -important meeting of all students who are at present
trying out for the R. 0. T. C. rifle team Wednesday, February 16, 7:30 P.
M., in the Infantry Laboratory, Room 303 Engineering Annex.
t 11'. C. LouIsell.
'hrewill he a shortnmeei;,,ng!'fal1 . 0. T. C. Seior:, in the Infantry
Laboratory, Room 303 ;0O(1 Engineerintg Shops Buiildin,on W \id'1ei day at
4:00 P. :q. It i:> in: orltant that all conicerned be present.
IaeiaacIld 3sclhr .
The Fel:ruzary meeting of the Research (Club w~illbe held p~romp~tly at
8 P. M., in Room 22325 New M~edical Building, on Wedlnesdlay, February 16.
The following paper~s will be read: 1. M\r. A. Franklin Shull, "Effect of
Light on Wings aind Reproduction in Ophids."' 2. Mr. E. C. Case, ''On a
Spaecimn~c of 3 Coelurosatnrian D~inosaur. from the Upper Triassic of Texas."
S The council will meet at 4 :30 in Room 101, Pharmacology Building.
Louis I. Bred vold, Secretary.
.l Music CN0l :
The .11u :ic Section o fthe Faculty Womeon's Club will mieet on Thursday,
February 17, at S o'clock with Mrs. H. Turner, 1515 Brooklyn.
~Marion Fisk, Secretary.
Scabbard and lade:
Trfie will be an important meeting tonight at the u~nion at 7:30 P. M.
_________________ J. WIVlcknan.
tientieni1M.1114 all Imes and Husbandls:
The Annual Valentine Dinner-Dance will occur on Thursday night,
February 17, in harbour Gymnasium, 7 to 12 o'clock. Admission will be
charged. All married students and guests are urged to attend.
Mrs. Carl L. Whitchurcm. IPresidenit.
I'lh Epsiloni liappin:
Init'ation Wednesday, February 16, at 8:00 in Room 240, Waterman
Gymnatsium., All membders ars requested to be present.
1I. C. NcDouall,.
T here will he a nioeting of the Newcomers section of the Faculty
Women's Club, Thursdtay, Fc'.ruary 17, at 2 :30 o'clock. at the club house.
All newcomers are cord(ially invited to attendl.
Margaret YVan )urmm, Secretary.
Rhetoric 210 will meet Thursday at 1Q in Room 215 A. H.
C. E. WhtmorN
Pierrot To Address
Student Press, Club, MUM
for; IFPlerrot, managing editor' 1' der
ot the American Boy mag zine, will IV
addr'ess the Student Press club at'
7 :30 o'clock tonight in the editorial A.
1 oom of the jou rnalism department,
"locat ed on the third floor', 01(1 Md- LEN
( ratbtat ug less than seven years
ago from the University of Washing-
ton ,journalism (department, Mr. Pier-
rot became editor " of the D~etroit: ji
magazine in* October, 1924, having
been with them now for four years. At!,(If veral A
the University of Washington, from jlRecital
wrhich hie graduated in 1920, he was
editor of the student publication.
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architecture, will give an illustrated'
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