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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1928

DAILY -- OFCIAL BULLETI 3
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.)
Volume 8. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10. Number 9.
Entering Students:
Will all students (except Graduate Students) enrolling in this University
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.

Greek 157-Lucilan. Selected Dialogues: Phi Kappa P11i: . ALUMNI TO HOLD
The first meeting in this course will be held at 10 o'clock Friday i There will be a Phi Kappa Phi initiation banquet at the Michigan Union TO
2019 Angell Hall. Allison's Selected Writings of Lucian is the text which at 6:30 o'clock on the evening of Saturday, Februry 25, to which all mem- i DETROIT MEETING
will be used. ber~s are invited. Those desiring to attend should notify the secretary, 302 -
James E. Dunlap. West Engineering Annex, prior to Wednesday, February 22. There will be an important meet-
R. S. Swinton, Secretary. ing of the executive committee of the

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University Lecture:
Professor John M. Warbeke of Mount Holyoke College will speak
"Benedetto Croce, Interpreter of Art," at 8 a.m., Monday, February 13,
the Natural Science Auditorium. The public is cordially invited.
F. E. RobbIns.

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French Lecture:
Mr. J. J. Champenois, official lecturer of the Alliance Francaise, will
give the third lecture on the Cercle Francaise program: "Jules Renard,
humoriste francais "Tuesday, February 14, at 4:15 o'clock, in Room 1025,
Angell Hall.
Tickets for the whole series of lectures and plays may be procured from
the secretary of the Romance Language Department, Room 104, South Wing,
or at the door. Rene Talamon.
Changes of Elections-School of Education:
Unavoidable changes of elections may be made Thursday and Friday,
Febrary 9 and 10.
Changes must be made in the office of the Recorder of the School of
Education, Room 105, Tappan Hall.
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.
RTrran gements made with the instructor only are not official changes.
After February 10, changes should still be made in Room 105, Tappan
Hall, but only after payment of a fee of one dollar.
Gretchen Krug, Recorder.
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.
Mellen R. Shaambaugh.
Graduate Students:
Graduate students who have not called at the office of the Graduate
School to make 'second semester elections should do so before Saturday noon
of this week.
Persons who were not enrolled during the first semester but who intend
to do so for the second semester should complete registration this week.
Students who have completed the requirements for the Master's degree
and wish to take the degree at this time should pay the diploma fee within
two weeks. The proper blank for this purpose should be obtained at the
Graduate School office. Ruth A. Rouse, Recorder.
Graduate Students:
Graduate students who are interested in electing Zoology 136 (Human
Anatomy) during the present semester should meet Dr. Huber on Saturday
of this week at 8 a.m., Room 3501 New Medical Building .
Ruth A. Rouse.
Psychology 203 (Advanced Systematic):
Psychology 204 (Advanced Comparative):
Psychology 210 (Color Vision):
Psychology 214 (Comparative Neurology):
All students interested in any of these courses meet at 4:30 p.m., Friday,
February 10, in Room 3126 N.S.
John F. Shepard.
LUTHERANS HOLD
CONFERENCE HERE
Lutheran students from western
Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Michi-
gan and Canada will assemble today
in Ann Arbor for the annual confer-
ence of the Ohio Valley Lutheran Stu-
dent association. Sessions of the con-
ference, which are to be held in the
parish of the Zion Lutheran church,
will be held under the auspices of the Ann .
Lutheran Student club of the Univer-
sity. Harold H. Neilson, Grad., pres- I
ident of the club, will act as toast- ! 1108 South University
master at the opening banquet to-
night at which Carl Schneider, of
Leipsig, Germany, at present a pro-
fessor of psychology at Wittenberg
college, will speak on "What Is Luth-
eranism'?"
IDr. Otto Mees, president of the
Capitol university at Columbia,. Ohio,
will deliver the conference sermon at
10:30 o'clock Sunday morning at the
Zion Lutheran church. The confer-
ence will close Sunday noon.
There are now more than 1000
varieties of wheat and new and finer
varieties are constantly being pro-
duced.
Some 30,000 tons of sawdust are
used yearly In the meat-curing in-
dustry in the United States. j
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Sociology 246-Social Psychiatry:
I will meet this class on Monday, February 13, at 4:30 o'clock in Room
102 Economics Building.
Spech 32:
New section will meet in 203 University Hall at 10 o'clock, M. W. F.
Written quiz on Chapter XXXIII.
Lionel Crocker.
History 992:
As it has proved impossible to fill the proposed new Tuesday-Thur3diy-
Saturday section of History 92, Room 1035 Angell Hall will be vacated by the
course, and the entire class will meet Monday, Wednesday and Friday in New-
berry Hall Auditorium. at 10 o'clock.
Preston Slosson.
Logic (Philosophy 38):
Sections 4 and 5 will hereafter meet in Room 205 Mason Hall.
C. DeBoer.
3lathiematics 212:
Selected Topics in Analysis. (Lebesgue, Stieltjes integrals, asymptotic
evaluation of definite integrals). Meetings will be held Monday, 3:15 to 5
p.m., in Room 318.
J. A. Shiohat.
Mechanical Engineering 32, Section 1:
Mechanical Engineering 32, Section 1, will meet for a few minutes Fri-
day, 4:30 p.m., to arrange squads and work for first regular period.
W. E. Lay.
Aeronautical Engineering:
Final schedule for second semester 1927-1928:
Aero 1 Tu and Th. 8 a.m., Room 2300 East Engineering. Prof. Pawl-
owski.
Aero 11 Tu and Th., 9 a.m., Room 2300 East Engineering. Prof. Stalker.
Aero 4, 4a, lecture Monday, 1 p.m., Room 2049 East Engineering. Prof.
Stalker.
Aero 4, 4a, Drawing Mcnday, 2-5 o'clock Room 306 East Engineering.
Prof. Stalker.
Aero 4. 4a, Drawing W and F 1-4 o'clock, Room 306 East Engineering.
Professor Stalker.
Aero 5, W 9-12 o'clock and 1-4 o'clock, Aero Laboratory East Engineering.
Prof. Stalker.
Aero 6 Lecture Fr. 10 Room 2300 East Engineering. Prof. Pawlowski.
Aero 6 Drawing Th. 1-5 o'clock Room 306 East Engineering. Prof.
Pawlowski.
Aero 6 Drawing Fr. 1-5 o'clock Room 306 East Engineering. Prof.-
Pawlowski.
Aero 7 M and W 8 a.m., Room 2300 East Engineering. Prof. Stalker.f
Aero 11 Fr. 3-5 o'clock Room 13 E ast Hall. Mr. Kazarinoff.
Aero 16 T and Th. 5 p.m., Room 2300 East Engineering. Prof. Kerber.
Naval Aviation Th. 7:15 p.m., Room 348 West Engineering.
Prof. F. W. Pawlowski.
Positions in Social Case Work:3
Miss Ella Weinfurther of the American Association for Family Social
Work will be in the office of the Famiiy Welfare Bureau this afternoon from
1:30 to 4:30 o'clock to interview students who have had the courses in case
work and are interested in being placed for next year.
A. E. Wood.
Lutheran Student Club:j
The Ohio Valley Lutheran Student Association will hold its annual con-
ference in Zion Parish Hall, 309 East Washington street, February 10-12.
All Lutheran students at Michigan are invited to attend the opening banquet
at 6:30 o'clock Friday evening, and the conference sessions on Saturday and
Sunday morning. Make reservations for banquet by calling 6463 or 7464.
R. N. McMicihael, Lutheran Student Secretary.
University Club:
The February Club Night has been omitted. The next program, which
will include Mr. R. Ray Baker, editor of the Ann Arbor Daily News, will
occur on the first Friday evening in March.
Program Committee.

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3Iichiganensian:N
There will be a meeting for the men's business staff at 4 o'clock this Ie
afternoon. Any sophomores, or second semester freshmen interested in this Fe
work are asked to be present. T. L. Yates. Pr
be
Try-outs for the 'Varsity and Reserve Bands: wi
More men are needed in both the 'Varsity and Reserve Bands. All Men De
who are interested (except saxophone players) are asked to try-out this
afternoon. Reserve try-outs are at 1 o'clock and 'Varsity try-outs at 3 o'clock,
both at the Band Hall on State street.
Nicholas D. Falcone, Director.
Philippine-MichIgan Club:
There will be a meeting of the Philippine-Michigan Club next Sunday,
February 12, in Lane Hall at 3 o'clock. Important matters are to be dis-
cussed. Every Filipino in the city is urged to come to the meeting with -
suggestions for the International Night. t.
Donato T. Suyat, President. y
Play Production:
A repertory of Southern-mountain folk plays opens at Mimes Theater
Wednesday, February 8. "Sun-Up" by Lulu Vollmer and "Hell Bent Fer=

atonal AlummnAvisory ow-- umI'
e Feb. 15 in Detroit. Dexter M.
rry, Jr., of Detroit, will preside.
esident Clarence Cook Little will
present at the conference which
ll take place at 12:30 noon at the
troit Athletic club.
Detroit Theaters
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FAST 2 WENS
Wednesday Mat....$1.0) to $2.50 .
Eves. .... .....$1.00 to $3.50 5
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the Oftener You See It
SCHWAB & MANDEL'S
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Heaven" by Hatcher Hughes willalternate L1I1uut TI weex. ies
plays should be of special interest to all students interested in native Ame-
rEarl E. Fleischuman.

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MANY REGISTER
FOR TOURNAMENT
More than 60 teams have already
registered for entrance in the annual
Union bridge tournament. Registra-
tion will continue all day today and
until noon tomorrow at the main desk
in the lobby of the Union. There is
no entry fee for play and cards will
be provided by the Union.
_eFour cups are being offered. Two
will be won by the team which suc-
cessfully survives the finals of the
elimination series of matches, which
start Monday, while the team which
the former defeat-will also be winners
of two smaller cups.
At the end of registration Saturday
noon, charts of the matching of the
various teams entered will be made
up and will be posted on the bulleti4
board on Monday afternoon so that
play will start at 3 o'clock. The
teams will be phoned by the commit-
tee in charge regarding the time at
which they will be expected to play
off their matches. All matches must
be played in the Union lobby.
FORENSIC SOCIETY
TO HOLD TRYOUTS
All men wishing to tryout for Alpha
Nu, or who filled out application
blanks at the last meting, are request-
ed to present themselves ready to give
a five minute tryout speech at the so-
ciety's room on the fourth floor of
Angell hall at 4 o'clock this after-
noon. All second semester freshmen
and upper classmen are eligible for
membership, it was announced by the
officers of the organization yesterday.
Porto Rico produced more sugar
last year than in the previous season.

FIVE ENGINEERS
RECEIVE AWARDS
A scholarship of $100 for the coming
semester has been awarded to each of:
the following men from the Robert'
Campbell Gemmell Memorial Scholar-
ship fund: Clarence Edward Larson,
'31E, Charles. Adrian Ringman, '30E,
Ira Nankervis Curtis, '31E, John Ed-
ward Jones, '29E, and Earnest Warner
Posse, '30E.
This scholarship, in memory of her
brother, Robert Campbell Gemmell,
'84E, wa's founded by Mrs. Lillian
Gemmell Boal of Oakland, Calif., by a
gift of $10,000 to the University.

Woodward, at Eliot
BONSTELLE
PLAYHOUSE
NIGHTS, 75e, $1.50. Mats. Tes.,
Thmurs. and Sat., 50c, 75c
I Recommend
"THE DEVIL IN THE
CHEESE"
By Tom Cushing

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Shubert-Lafayette
LAST WEEK
Eve ......... 511c1t) $.2.)0
rhurs. Mat .........)Oc to $1. 4)
Sat. hat..........c to $2.00
BLANCITE YUIIKA i1
The SQUALL
A Tense Emotional Drama of
the Sexes

Whitney

Theatre

STOCK SEASON
3rd Big Week
LAST PERFORMANCE
onight
The Uproarious Grant Mitchell Success

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THE POPULAR
ROCKFORD PLAYERS
in the Season's Most Popular Comedy
Is the Company Good?

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/fowers-
Send
Flowers
Valentine
Day,
Feb. 14

Open SAT. NIGHT, Feb. 11-6 Performances Only.
Shaw's "GREAT CATHERINE" with
AMY LOOMIS and
MRS. RICHARD MANSFIELD in Barrie's "THE
OLD LADY SHOWS HER MEDALS." Playing
Sat., Sun., Tues., Wed., Thurs., and Fri. Nights
"CRADLE SNATCHERS" Sat. Mat. and Mon.

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