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________________________________TI-L IE iV14CIGAN DAILY TUSAFBTAY1,12

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DAILYOFICIAL BULLETIN.
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of

JFellowslilp in Biology :
There will be one or two fellowships at $1,000 per year each openl to
students in Biology who are interestedl in doing half-time work on a re-
search problem in animal genetics in my laboratory during two years
beginning July 1, 1927. During one-half of the time in each year the
student will be free to pursue studies tow~ards a higher degree. Those
interested should apply to Miss 'Murphy at my office.
C. C. Little.
Faculty, College of Literature, Science, and the Arta::
Second semester program blanks have been placed in the Messenger
Boxes. It is requested that these be filled out and returned to the Dean's
office as soon as possible.
Johan It. Effiiiger.
Changes of Elections, College of Literature, Science, antd the Arts :
"Unavoidable changes of elections may be made on Thursday acid Friday,
February 17 and 18, in the Recorder's office, Room 4, University Hall. 'A
change of election slip must be obtainedl first from the Recorder's office,
and returned to that office only after the signature of the instructor whose
course is dropped and the signature of the instructor whose course is -elected
are secured. Change slips not signed by instructors will not be accepted.
Membership in the class does not cease until the change of election slip
has been filed in the Recorder's office and official notice scent to the instruc-
tors. Verbal arrangements with the instructors are not official changes.
After February 18, changes may be made only by permission of the Ad-
ministrative Board and upon the payment of a fee of one dollar.
Florence Mlohr, Recorder.
College of Literat ure, Science, an(] the Arts, Clispnges of Sections Only:
Students desiring to change sections in any course should consult the
department concerned. If permission for such changes is secured from the
instructors and the department involved, neither the Recorder nor the
Classification Committee need be consulted.
.1lorejice - olir, Recorder.
Departments, College off Literature, Science, and the Arts:,
Because of the great demand for classrooms it is requested that any
rooms which, have been reserved for classes, but which are not being used,
be reported to my office at once.
W~ . .Humphireys.
Chjange' of Elections-School of Education:
Unavoidable changes of elections may be made on Thursday and Fri-
day, February 17 and 18, in the office of the Recorder of the School of
Education, Room 105, Tappan Hall, 9-12 A. M. and 2-5 P. Mv.
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 E~ducation. 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.
Economics 171:
Section II of this course will meet Monday, Tuesday and Thursday at
1:00 P. M. 'beginning Thursday. Section lists will he found on the bulletin
boar~d in the Economics Bldg.
IT. F. Taggart.
Philosophy -S:
Mr. Wild's Quiz section in Logic (Philosophy 38) Tuesday, Thursday
at 11. will meet in room 216 Angell Hall.
JolhniiWild.
Mathematics 216. General Theory and Application of ehiebychieff Poly.
nomninals :
Meeting for arrangement of hours, Friday, Feb. 18, at 4 P. M., in Room
319 West Engineering Bldg.
J.' A. Shohaat.
Comiparative Philology IN~:
This course, scheduled foi Room 2006 Angell Hall, will meet hereafter
in Room 229 Angell Hall at the hour set.

The n, ext meeting will be tOly7hur .day, at 5:00 o'clock in IRoom 205,
South W-.Vin. A. (G.(Ca-ti i.d.
Thereo l l be, a (~la ,s meeting Friday1, Febr';iary lam, 10;00 A. NT., Room
1411 A% ngneering Building. ..4C. Brie-r.
IZoology Journial ('hu}:
i h: Zoology Journal Club will meet Thursdiay, FWebruary 17, in Room
I>2 11. S. Bid -., at 7:'0;o11. M. Plans for the secondl semester will lbe ccn-
da-:d recent articles will be review ed by Messrs. ol(d anid Pik~e.
Frank N. IBancliard.
j '1lleSociology Club wiliave al iportaWt meet bya this evening at
A. 1%. Hall.
SI '"reopl) 14'i I'(ture:
An iliuttrat( dI lec(ture~ on "'Life ¬ęs a f Fin,- AA-t'' wirll be given by Dr. F. S.
Onderdenk Thursd ay, Feb. 17th, at 4 :15 in Room 231 Angell hll under the
auspices of the Tolstoy League. The puolic is cordially invited.
A. A. L'irwhrant.
MJusic seciln:
Tb 'e iMusic Section of the Faculty Women's Club will meet on Thursday,
February 1?, at 8 o'clock with Mrs. 11. Tur3:er, 1515 Brooklyn.
I Narion lsk, Secretary.
D~elta Sguria 1ho:
Members of the Michigan chapter ofIDelta Sigma Rho will meet at 5
P. M. today (Thursdjay) in Room 302 Mason hall.
'n~onias V. Iioylia, lPresidenjt.
Pi Lamdia Tbeta:
Tihe alumnae of Pi Lambda Theta have invited the active memnbers to a
party at the Tappan School kiindergarten (near Burns Park) Thrsayat
3 :00 o'clock. Let's all be there. If you don't wanta to walk take the Burns
jPark bus. Tire; inia Earl, Presi~dent.,
Phlysics 268, Radioactidl- y:
A meeting to arrange hours for the above course will he held Friday,
February 18th, at 11 A. M. in 'Room 2051, East Physics Building.
Students wishing to take this course should attend meeting or consult
me beforehand. J. 11. Nuttall.

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