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TEN THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDA

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DA I LYOFFICIAL BULLETIN I
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.)

time. All wives of students and their friends are cordially invited to attehd.

(.roiip Discussion (Sociology 166) :
The class ill meet to arrange hours Tuesday at 7 o'clock in Room 104,'
Ee.
L. J. (arr.
Sociology i1:
Members of my sections will be expected to have read the Introduction
to Cooley's "Human Nature and the Social Order" before the first lecture.
L. J. Carr.

Refreshments will be served.

Mrs. Zorn Webb, President.

Volume 8.

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7.

N umber 93.

Entering Students:I
Will all students (except Graduate Students) enrolling in this Universityi
for the first time report Tuesday or Wednesday in Room 429, 4th floor of
West Engineering Building, between 8:30 o'clock and 12 o'clock or 1:30 and
5 o'clock to have record picture taken.
J. A. Bursley, Dean.
University Lecture:
Professor W. Lepeschkin of the Charles University, Prague, will lecture
at 4:15 p.m., Tuesday, February 7, in Natural Science Auditorium, on the
subject "The Chemical and Physical Composition of Protoplasm." The public
is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins.
General Committee on the Uiniversity College:
The eighth meeting of the General Committee on the University College
will be held in Room D, Alumni Memorial Hall, at 4:15 p.m., on Tuesday,
February 14, 1928.
The revised report of the sub-committees will be discussed.
Please note the change in date of meeting.
Ira M.Sniith, Secretary.
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
Reports for students who owe University fees will not be mailed from
the Recorder's office until these fees are paid.
Florence loir, Recorder.

Sociology 41:
Quiz sections will
Friday of this week.
the Social Order," the

have their first meetings on Wednesday, Thursday
The first assignmenjis Cooley's "Human Nature
Introduction. H. H. Holmes.

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Rhetoric 2:
Mr. Proctor's section at 9 o'clock, Monday, Wednesday and Friday will
meet in 3056 Natural Science. S. K. Proctor.

Mail for the following persons is on hand and undeliverable at the Main
Office of the Postofice. It may be secured by the owners if called for at the
General Delivery window on or before February 11, 1928.
Rowena Baird Frances McLennan
lHelen M. Bialosky Robert Dale Martin
Azel E. Blan Evelyn Morgan
Herman E. Boxer Horace Reed
J. M. lBreakie Vincent Russell
Bertrand Harris Bronson Elmer Salzman
! Louisa Brown Henry W. Seelwright
' Ethel Carmick 11. Sharpman
Dr. Edith Casmore Fred Stickney
Theron Donahoe Lydia Tanner
Milliard Flemming Zavern N. Tenekejian
i Frank L. Floyd
Mrs. M. E. Frakes
iWm. Golub J
Willis B. Goodenow
Roland Hansen
John Haug
Edwin Jezewski
Maurice F. Karp
J. L Kawasaki
Mary Kedov'ski
Betty I. Lancaster
Prof. Chas. A. Langworthy
Samuel T. Lee
Bob Lewis STOC
John F. McGee

this first meeting.
Visitors are heartily invited to at-
tend this and future meetings.
J. Webster, President.
Sigma Delta ('Ii:
There will be an important meeting
of Sigma Delta Chi at 3:30 o'clock
Wednesday in the Press Building. All
'members must be present.
K. G. Patrick.
Tan Beta ii:
rThere will be a regular meeting of
the "ichigan Gamma Chapter of Tau
Beta Pi on Tuesday, February 7, at
6 p.m., at the Michigan Union.
W. E. Berger, Secretary.

Rhetoric 1i4, Modern English Prose:
This class meets in Room 407 General Library.

It. 11'. 'oideii.

Rhetoric 202:!
Rhetoric 202 will meet in Room 18, Angell Hall, at 5 o'clock, M. W. F.
II. P. Scott.
To Seniors: Philosophy 31A:
Seniors are advised that they may elect Philosophy 31A, room having b
provided for Juniors and Sophomores who were excluded last semester.
} I. Wenley.
Philosophy 31A Lectures:
The lectures in Philosophy 31A will be given in Newberry Hall and
in 348 West Eng. Building as announced in the Time Schedule.
John Ruiper.
Phiosophy 38 (Logis):
Section 4 (WF at 9o'clock) and Section 5 (WF at 10 o'clock) will m
in Room 105 Mason Hall, and not in Room 16 Angell Hall as announced
the Time Schedule of Courses.
C. De Ber.
Psychology 220:
First meeting, to arrange hours, Wednesday, February G, in Room 4
N.S. at 4 o'clock. C. H. Griffiths.
Geology 31:
Owing to registration in the Engineering College, the first lecture in t
course will be given on Friday, February 10, at 11 o'clock in the Scie
Auditorium. There will be no recitation or laboratory sections in the coo

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Bureau of Appointments:
All candidates enrolled with the Bureau of Appointments who did not
call at the appointed time for personal interviews should do so this week.
Office hours for this purpose will be held Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday- February 7, 8, 9, and 10 from 9 to 12 a.m., and 2 to 4 p.m. It is
absolutely necessary that each candidate report for this interview if they
wish to be considered for positions. Those unable to come in for their in-
terviews this week should call 7612 and make later appointments.
Hellen I. Shaambaugh.
Public Lecture:
Mr. Guy W. Ellis, President of the Guy W. Ellis Company, will talk at
4:15 o'clock, on Tuesday, February 7, in Room 206, Tappan Hall, on the
subject "Real Estate Brokers and Problems of Urban Land Utilization." This
address will deal with the study of business locations and the uses to whichI
they are adapted. It will be illustrated will instances from a number of
larger cities. All those who are interested are invited to be present.
4. E. Griffin.
Junior Research Club:
The regular meeting of the Junior Research Club will be held in Room
1221, Natural Science Building, on Tuesday, February 7, 1925, at 7:30 p.m.
The following papers will be read: Dr. J. M. Cork-"The Determination of
Crystal Structure by Means of x-rays;" Mr. William S. Murray-"Develop-
ment Defects in Descendants of x-rayed Mice."
Paul S. Barker, Secretary.
University of Illinois Research Gra dut.e Assistantships:
The Engineering Experiment Station of the University of Illinois has 14
research graduate assistantships, to which appointments are made for a
period of two years with an annual stipend of $600. Some of those assistant-
ships are to be filled from those who file applications before April 1, 1928.
Half of the time of an assistantship may be devoted to graduate work in
engineering or architecture leading in two years to the degree of Master
of Science.
For further details see the circular posted on the bulletin board outside
the Office of the Secretary, College of Engineering and Architecture.
George W. Patterson, Acting Dean.
Student Brasnch, A.SJ.E.:
Two films produced by.the Norton Company, "The Age of Speed" showing
the importance of grinding in industry, e specially in transportation, and "The
Thirteenth Part of a Hair" which includes scenes on the "Los Angeles" and
the 200 m.p.h. British racing car, will be shown on Wednesday, FeFbruary
8 at 7:30 p.m., in Natural Science Auditorium. These films will be entertain-
ing as well as instructive. Everyone is welcome.
Frances A. Norquist, Secretary.
Aeronautical Engineering:
All students taking Aero. 4, 4a, 5, 6, 7, 11, and 16 will meet in Room 306,
East Engineering Building, at 4 p.m., Tuesday, February 7, to arrange the
hours.F. W. Pawlowski.
Economics 222: Seminary in Trade IUnionisnm:
Brief organization meeting Wednesda; at 5 p.m., in 205 Economics Build-
ing. Carter Goodrich.
English 40, Section 4:
English 40, Section 4, will meet in Room 207 University Hall, Wednesday
at 9 o'clock. A. A. 1ill.
English 12S (Victorian Literature):
English 128 (Victorian Liteature) will meet in Room 231 Angell Hall,
Wednesday at 10 o'clock. W. 0. Raymond.

before Monday, February 13.
Lectures in Glacial Geology:

ITihilam HIIobbs.

I will meet the students in this course Tuesday, February 7, at 7 p.m.
Room 3056, Natural Science Building. Frank iLeverett.
Differenlial Geometry:
(Plane curves in ordinary, equiform, equiatfine, inversive, and projec
geometries.) This course will be offered if a sufficient number of .persons
interested. Those interested are invited to come to Room 3012 Angell H
on Tuesday, February 7 at 9 or 11 a.m., or at 12 or 2 p.m.
G. Y. l"a1i1ich.

Mathiemzamtics 194. Integral Equations :
This course will meet M. W. F. at 8 o'clock in Room 202 M. H.
C. J. Coe.
Physics 186: Light:
First meeting on Tuesday, February 7, at 8 a.m. in Room 1035
Physics Building. An afternoon for the laboratory work, alternative to
regular one, may possibly be arranged. Ch'arles F. Meyer.
Speech 32:
The new section of this course will be held in Room 203 W.H. at
M. W. F. Lionel Crocker.
Reserve Band:
Rehearsal tonight at 7:15 o'clock at the Band Hal..
Nicholas Falcene, Director.
iembers of Mimes:
There will be a meeting of Mimes this afternoon at 4:30 o'clock in
theater.
James I. Yant.
Comedy Club:
All members of Comedy Club are urgently requested to be present at
outs for "You and I" the next Comedy Club production, which will be1
from 3 to 5:30 o'clock in Newberry Hall on Tuesday, February 7.
Roy G. Curtis, President.
Michigan Dames:
There will be a regular meeting of the Michigan Dames on Tues
February 7, at 8 o'clock, in the faculty womens' club rooms. The "Mumm
organization of the campus will present the play-"Jeannie d' Arc" at

not Unlve'rsity Women:
All women students who have
chan'ged addresses for the second
semester will please report the new
addresses to the Office of Advisers be-
eet fore February 11. Grace Richards.
in
Signing Out Slips:
Signing-out slips for January must
be in the office of the Advisers of
Women by February 13.
129 Alice C. Lloyd.
Freshman Union Groups:
The inter-group basketball tourna-
this ment starts Wednesday, February 8,
nca at 9:15 p.b. All teams play the first
rse round at this time. Waterman gym.
J. C{ Weaver, Chairman Under-class
Department.
Pertin:
in There will be a meeting of Portia
Literary Society tonight at 7:15
o'clock. Second 'semester officers will
be elected. It is important that all
tive members be present.
are Katherine Lardner, President.
Hall
Junior Girls Play Rehearsals:
There will be general rehearsals for
the cast and all, choruses Tuesday,
Wednesday, and Thursday afternoons
from five to six in Sara Caswell Angell
Hall. Attendance will be taken.
Every girl who has not already done
so will be requested to, hand in a com-
E. plete report of her grades for last
the semester, and her class schedule for
this semester. A schedule of chorus
rehearsal-s will be announced tomor-
row. Everyone must be dressed for
10 dancing. Elizabeth Wellman.
Tryouts For Athena:
Second semester tryouts for mem-
bership in Athena Literary Society
will be held tonight at 7:30 o'clock in
the Athena Room on the 4th floor of
Angell IHall. Tryouts may talk for
the three minutes on any subject. Anyone
is eligible for membership, Freshman
are especially invited. All members
are expected to be present.
Pauline Zoller, President.
try-
held Alpha Nu:
Alpha Nu will hold its first meeting
of the semester on Wednesday, Feb-
ruary 8. Professor Jack will speak
and will be followed by a general dis-
day, cussion.
ers" Those wishing to enter the 'society
this will have an opportunity to do so at

In the latest Grant Mitchell success
Matinee Tomorow a
Tonight at 8 through Friay
Henry Adams was the eldest son of the whole Adams
tribe-from Murray Hill in Boston. One day Henry
got married and the whole Adams tribe still tried to run
his life; until Henry took his first drink! And then this
meek little worm nearly turned his home into an earth-
quake!
"Best American Comedy in Years!" And Is the Com-
pany good? Ask Anyone. Every Night, including Sunday,

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Frepxh 32-1 p.m.:
My section of French 32 at 1 o'clock will meet regularly in Room 301
South Wing. A. E. Evans.
Tr outs for French Play:
Tryouts for the French Play, every day this week from 4 to 6 o'clock,
Room 202; South Wing. Open to all students interested in French. .
Renie Talanion.
I'hysiological Chemistry 201.
The first lecture in advanced physiological chemistry will be given on
Wednesday, February S, at 8 a.m., in Room 319, West Medical Building.
11. B. Lewis.

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A Big
MID-WEEK DANCE
Wednesday Night, Eight to Ten
Start the new semester right by Dancing
to Bill Watkins' Wolverines. Their specially
numbers will keep you pepped up every
moment.
Dancing every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday Nights
Granger's Academy

plhysichlogica'1 Chemistry 20x!:
The first seminar will be held in Room 319 West Medical Building on
saturday, February 11, at 10 a.m.
f. B. Lewis.
ASsigInment 1f IDesks in General Cheiistry.
Chemistry 3, 5El and 6:
Each student must obtain two Clhemical Laboratory Coupons at the office
of the University Treasurer, and then report at the first possible laboratory
period assigned to his section after the opening of the University. No desk
can be given without two coupons. I'. F. Weatherill. I

50c and 75c, $1.

Wed. Mat., Entire House, 50c

Sat.

Matinee, 50c and 75c. Phone 4814 for Reservations.

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