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Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15.
Automobile Permits z
All students who wish to re-apply for Automobile permits should call a
the Office of the Dean of Students on or before December 16, 1927 to obtain
application blanks. These blanks should be filled out, and handed in or
mailed to Room 2, University Hall before December 27, 1927.
Permits and plates will be ready for distribution on December 30 and 31
1927, and on January 2, 1928.
J. A. Bursley, Dean.
School of Education: Second Semester Elections:
Second semester elections for students in -the School of Education are to
be made in the office of the School of Education, Room 105 Tappan Hall, Jan-
uary 6, 7, (morning) 9, 10 and 11.
Further announcement will be made immediately after the holidays.
Gretchen Krug, Recorder.
Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors of the College of Literature, Science, and
thme Arts :
Beginning Wednesday, January 4, the Upperclass Advisory Committee wil
consult with those who desire help in making their elections for the Second
Semester. The Committee will meet in the Recorder's Office, Room 4, Uni-
versity Hall, mornings, and in Room 25 Angell Hall, afternoons, until further
notice. THE ELECTIONS OF ALL SOPHOMORE STUDENTS EXCEPT
THOSE WHO CONTINUE IN ALL SUBJECTS MUST BE APPROVED BY THE
UPPERCLASS ADVISORY COMMITTEE. Please report to the Committee
according to directions which will appear in this Bulletin beginning Tuesday,
C. C. Meloche, Chairman.
Bureau of Appointments: I, J, and K .:
All candidates enrolled with the Bureau of Appointments whose names
begin with I, J, or K, are requested to call at the office, Room 102 Tappan
Hall, for interviews this week. Office hours for this purpose will be held from
9 to 12 a.m., and 2 to 4 p.m., Decembcr 12, 13, 14, and 15.
1ellen I. Shaimbaugh.
31 echanilcal Engineers:
Mr. F. 0. Nicklin, '24E, representing the Atlantic Refining Company, will
be in Room 221, West Engineering Building, Thursday, December 15, for the
purpose of interviewing all Mechanical Engineers graduating in February,
1928. H. C. Anderson.
There will h2 a meeting o;' the class Thursday, December 15, at 11 o'leck
in Room :348, for the purpose of selecting Jackets.
WiliamI tI. Bough, President.
University Women in Rlesidence During Vacation:
Closing hours must be arranged with the house head for the period of
December 17 to January 1. Grace Richards .
There will be no Advisers' Tea this afternoon.
Beatrice W. Johnson.
Political Science 291, Journal Club:
There will be a regular meeting of the Journal Club today at 3 o'clock
in Room 2035 Angell Hall. J. S. Reeves.
Sociology 161, The Student Mind:
All students wishing to elect this course the second semester must give
their names to Miss Mabbs, Room 106 Economics, before Friday night. This
includes those who have already spoken to me. A list of those accepted for
the course will be published immediately after vacation. -.
H. C. Angell.
Dr. Wessinger will be unable to meet with Hygiene students for the San-
itary Survey on Thursday, December 29, at 2 p.m. He will meet the students
on Wednesday, December 28 at 9 a.m. ONLY.
John Sundwall, M.D.
sults of the 1927 C reenland Expedition." All interestei are cortlially invited
21. W. Senstius, Secretary.
The formal initat on will be held at the Michigan Union on Thursday,
Dec. 15. The in iia on ceremonies will begin at 5 p.m., and will be followed
by a banquet at : 15 o'clock, which will be terminated in time for the meet-
ing of the Journal Club. R. E. Taylor.
Christian Science Society:
The Christian Science Society meets at 7:30 o'clock tonight in Lane,
Hall. Alice Fouch, Secretary. I
Play Production Try-Outs:
The cast for the second public production in Mimes Theater, opening Jan.
17, will be chosen Thursday afternoon, Dec. 15 at 3 p.m., in University Audi-
torium. All who wish to be considered for a part should be there or get in
touch with the director tomorrow. The cast is open to any qualified stu-
dent in the university.
Earl E. Fleischman.
Regular staff meeting has been postponed from Monday, January 2, 1928,
to Tuesday, January 3, 1928. All members of the staff must be present at
4:30 o'clock. First issue of The Daily will be published Wednesday, January 4,
William C. Pusch, Business Manager.
Ann Arbor Art Association:
The American Federation of Arts Water Color Exhibition in the West
Gallery, Alumni Memorial Hall, closes Friday afternoon, December 16.
Bruce X. Donaldson, President.
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MVy classes will meet as usual Thursday morning.
A. J. Logan.
Position Open in Social Work:
Ford Republic, a boys' school in Farmington, Michigan, desires to secure
a man as teacher who will be able to take the position by the end of the
present semester. As there are a great many Polish boys in the institution,
the Superintendent desires, if possible, to get a Polish man with University
training. However, this is not essential. Any men who think they might be
interested in such a position should communicate with me.
A. E. Wood.
All Campus Organizations:
Contracts for organization space in the 1928 Michiganensian have been
-mailed to officers of all fraternities, sororities, clubs, and miscellaneous or-
ganizations appearing in the Michiganensian last year. There will be space
available for a few additional pages after the usual number is taken care of.
All contracts must be signed and presented at the Michiganensian business
office on or before Friday, December 16.
Public health Journal Club:
The Public Health Journal Club will not hold its regular meeting to-
night. John Sundwall, -M.D.
Geological and Geographica l Journal Club:
There will be a meeting in Room 4054 N.S. at 8:15 o'clock on Thursday,
December 15. Professor Hobbs will give an illustrated lecture on "The Re-
will EQUIP MUSEUM
Workshops To Ie Busy During Thea-
tion1 Period ; Many Buildings To
fet Improved Fixtures
ORDERS EXCEED $10,000
Up to the present time the Building
and Grounds department has received
orders for equipment for the new mu-
seum to an amount exceeding $10,-
000. The work which the department
is doing now for the museum includes
the mannfact uring of 50 tables, from
j fou' to eight feet long, 450 small
special drawers, and pipe frame con-
struction for the storage cells. They
are also installing electric lights on
the pipe frames, and are putting in
soapstone sinks with the necessary
plumbing and equipment, including
paneled woodwork on both ends.
Aside from this work the depart-
ments is also doing quite a few jobs
around the campus, most of which will
be completed during Christmas va-
cation. They are constructing a
stability dynanometer for the aero-
nautical department, an instrument to
measure the stability of a plane. For
the engineering department a sectional
house will be built to house instru-
ments for tests being made on high
power transmission lines. A Westing-
house electric dynanometer to mea-
sure the torque of engines under test
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patronize the dining rooms of the de-
partment of halls and commons is 29
cents, according to an announcement
made by Donald L. Halverson, direc-
tor of the department.
and Prosperous New Year.
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