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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.)


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Volume 8.,


Number 92.




To All Men Students:
You are hereby reminded of the ruling passed by the Board of Regents
at their meeting of May 27, 1927.
"Resolved: That beginning with the University year 1927-28 all men stu-
dents in the freshman class be required to live in approved men's rooming
hou'ses, and that no unmarried male student be allowed to live in an apart-
ment not under the direct supervision of a landlady in residence. The Dean
of Students is given authority to make exceptions to these regulations in
cases where in his opinion conditions warrant a departure from the rulcs."
F. B. Wahr, Assistant Dean.
University Lectures :
Professor C. Caratheodory of the University of Munich, will lecture on:
"Applications of Lebesgue Integrals to Analysis, Geometry and
Mechanics," on Wednesday and Thursday, January 25 and 26 and on "Theory
of Functions of two Independent Variables" on Friday, January 27.
The lectures will be given in Room 1035 Angell Hall at 4 p.m.
W. 13. Ford.
Faculty, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
There will be a meeting of the faculty of these Colleges on Tuesday,
January 24, at 4:15 p.m., in Room 348, West Engineering Building.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
Faculty of the School of Education:
Dr. Hugh Cabot will address the staff at the weekly luncheon, Monday,
January 23. (. 0. Davis, Secretary.
Pharmacy Faculty:
There will be a meeting of the Faculty of the College of Pharmacy to-
morrow at 4:10 o'clock in Room 121, Chemistry Building.
C. C. Glover, Secretary.
School of Education-February Seniors:
Seniors who expect to complete the requirements for graduation from the
School of Education in February and wish to be recommended for their de-
grees as soon as possible thereafter must pay their Diploma and Teacher's
Certificate fees and have the receipts deposited in this office by February
Blanks for this purpose may be obtained in Room 105 Tappan Hall.
Office hours: 10:30-12 a.m.; 2:30-3:30 p.m.
Gretchen Krug, Recorder.
Teachers' Certificates:
Blanks for the payment of the Teacher's Certificate fee may now be se-
cured 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 thier receipts to the Recorder, School of
Education, by February 3.
Office hours: 10:30-12 a.m. 2:30-3:30 p,m.l
Gretchen Krug, Recorder.
Firsit Year Men Students:
First year students who are electing military science for the first timef
next semester should call at the ROTC office before February 5 for tentative
assignment to the Signal Corps, Infantry or Ordinance Unit.
First year students who enroll for the second semester will be able to
qualify before graduation for a commission in the Reserve Army of the
United States.
Reinold Melberg. '
Zoology 1, Dr. Byerly's Sections:
My quiz sections in Zoology 1 will meetin Room 2116, N.S., for the final=
examination. The examination will be held on Friday, January 27, from 2-
5 p.m., as announced in the schedule.
T. C. Byerly. 1
Material in Architectural Lockers and Drafting Tables:
All material in drawing tables and steel lockers in the Architectural
Building must be removed by owners before 5 p.m., Monday, January 23.
Any material remaining will be taken out on Tuesday morning, January 24.
I. Mathews.
Rhetoric 48:
The examination Tuesday, January 31, 9 o'clock, will be held in Room
212 Angell Hall. .... :......I. T. Solve.
Logan's Spanish Sections:
All students in my classes are reminded that they must hand in the com-
plete set of this semester's written exercises at the time of the final examina-
Next Wednesday, 9-12 o'clock, I shall be in my office for consultation.
A. J. Logan. F
Student Volunteers:
There will be a meeting of Student Volunteers and all those interested int

Foreign Missions at Wesley Hall at 9:30 o'clock on Sunday morning. A dis-
cussion on the first chapter of "Christian Voices Around the World," a series
of books gotten out by the Student VVlunteer Mvement, will be led by
Wells Thoms. Frances Wilson.
Choral Union:
Choral Union rehearsals during the period of examinations will be
held as follows:
Tuesday evening, January 24, 7 o'clock.
Tuesday evening, January 31, 7 o'clock. Sopranos and altos will join with'
the tenors and basses for combined rehearsals during this period. There will
be no rehearsal on January 26 or February 2. Earl V. Moore.
University Women and House Heads:
Out of respect to women who are studying for examinations, moving
operations should be confined to the week-end, February 3 to 6.
Grace Richards.
University Women and House Heads:
House rules are in force during the examination period.
Closing hours are as prescribed in House Rules, section C.
Girls who wish to leave town should register their plans in the oflices of
Advisers (House Rules E, 2, b). Grace Richards.
The New York Symphony Orchestra Program:
The New York Symphony Orchestra, Walter Damrosch conducting, John
Erskine, pianist, will give the following program in the Choral Union Concert
Series in Hill Auditorium, Wednesday evening, February 1.I
Brahms: Symphony No. 2, in D-Allegro non troppo, Adagion non troppo,
Allegretto grazioso quasi andantino, Allegro con spirito; Liszt: St. Francis
Preaching to the Birds; Schumann: Concerto in A minor for Piano with Or-
chestra-Allegro affettuoso, Intermezzo, Andantino grazioso, Allegro vivace.
Charles A. Sink.
St. Olaf Lutheran Choir Program:
The St, Olaf Lutheran Choir, F. Melius Christiansen, director, will give
the following program in the Extra Concert Series, in Hill Auditorium,
Thursday evening, January 26.
J. S. Bach: Jesus, Priceless Treasurer; Shumann: How Fair the Church
of Christ Shall Stand; Edward Elgar: Go, Song of Mine; F. Melius Chris-
tiansen: Hosannah; Rachmaninoff: May Our Mouths Be Filled With Thy
Praise;' Tschesnokoff: Salvation Is Created; Georg Schumann: From Heaven
Above; Georg Schumann: The Morning Star; Norwegian Folk Melody: So
Soberly; From the Spanish of Vega: "Marienlied" Sacred Lullaby; Philip
Nicolai: Wake, Awake For Night Is Flying.
Charles A. Sink.
Research Club:

nesday, February 1, as the doors will
be opened at that hour.
W. A. Davenport.
Hygiene 101 Examination Schedule:
Hygiene 101 Exam, January 25, 9-
12, as follows: Students names be-
ginning A-M meet in West Amphi-
theater, West Medical Building; stu-
dents names beginning M-Z will meet
in Newberry Auditorium.
J. Sundwall.
Explains What Scientists May Expect
In Future Concerning
Research Problems

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The January meeting of the Research Club will be held in Room 2528
East Medical Building on Wednesday, January 25, at 8 p.m. The following
papers will be given: "The Greenland Expeditions of the University of
Michigan," by Professor W. H. Hobbs; and "Research Units in Industry," by
Professor Z. C. Dickinson.
The Council will meet at 4:30 o'clock in Room 1, Pharmacology Build-
ing. Louis 1. Bredvold, Secretary.
Jean Gros French Marionettes:
Play Production Classes are sponsoring the engagement of this well-
known company of artists now on their sixth American tour. They will ap-
pear in two performances in Hill Auditorium, Thursday, February 2. A
special matinee at 3:45 p.m., will feature Mark Twain's "Adventures of
Huckleberry Finn." At night, "The Blue Bird" by the Belgian poet, Maurice
Maeterlinck will be given with complete musical acevompaniment. This is
an unusual opportunity for students of the theater to see artists of interna-
tional reputation in these unique presentations.
Earl E. Fleischman, Manager.
Acolytes will. meet on Mog y, January 23, at 7:30 p.m., in Room 100
Mason Hall. There will be a Symposium on "Emergence."
Raymond hloekstra.
J-Hop Independents-Literary Booth No. ':
There will be a meeting of the members of this booth on Tuesday, Jan-
uary 24 in Room 306 of the Union at 7:30 o'clock. Please try and be
present. L. H. Walkinshaw, Chairman.
Music Sectin of the Faculty Women's Club:
The Chorus will meet Wednesday, January 25, at 7:45 p.m., at the home
of Mrs. C. E. Griffin 1107 Michigan Avenue. The new music has come and
all those who ordered copies may get them at this time.
Mrs. L. 0. Case, Chairman.

Featured with an article entitled,
"Opportunities for the Engineer In
Industrial and Scientific Research,"
by Prof. Albert E. White, head of the
department of epgineering research,
the Michigan Technic, quarterly
publication of the students of the
Colleges of Engineering and Archi-
tecture was placed in the mails yes-
terday morning.
Professor White, who is described
by the editor of the Technic as
one of the best authorities on the
status of engineering research, has
explained in this edition what the
future research man may expect to
find in the way of research prob-
lems and financial support.
"The Interlocking Equisignal Bea-
con," is the otpic of an article by
Richard T. Schlosberg, first lieuten-
anti in the United States signal corps,
The third article is by Edward R.
Nell, '29E, and concerns, "The Uni-
versity Gas Research Program."
"Unifying Arhcitecture in Ameri-
ca," an article by a prominent De-
troit architect, is the contribution to
this issue of the Technic by R. W.
Sexton. Roy B. Blass, '29A, has writ-
ten an . article titled, "Architectural
Models and Their Value.'
"Cranes and Pumping Machinery,"
is the subject of Donald Hamilton
Haines' sixth article on industries of
Michigan which are being printed in
each issue of the Technic. "The
Why of the Televox," is the title of
an article by R. J. Wensley, switch-
board engineer of the Westinghouse
Electric and Manufacturing company.
Describing many of the historic
events of the early days of the Uni-
versity, Dewitt C. Millen, '01, resident
of Ann Arbor, has written a series
of letters, recently published by Ed-
wards Brothers, under the title of
"College Cut-Ups." The book is on
sale at State street bookstores.

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Choral Union Ushers:
iMembers of the Choral Union ush-
ering force are reque'sted to be in
their places at Hill Auditorium, for
the St. Olaf concert, not later than
7:30 o'clock, Thursday, January 26,
as the doors will be opened at that
Members of the Choral Union ush-
ering force are requested to be in their
places at Hill Auditorium, for the
New York Symphony Orchestra con-
cert, not later than 7:30 o'clock, Wed-


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