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D AILY OFFICIAL BU:LLETIN
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.)
Vr iI~ialue K
sFIN1D tY, 1, CIA' 1-t1?AItY 12.
Thle meeting of the Senate Council scheduled for Monday, February 13,
will be postponed unless otherwise requested by any member or members.
F. F. IRobbins, Secretary.
There will be a meeting of the committee on the administration of the
Brosseau Foundation on Monday, February 13, at 2 p.m., in Room 2, University
Students applying feva loans from this Foundation shouldl present them-
selves before the commnittee at this time.
J. A. Bor sley, Dean.
Speech 31 and 3::
T1he make-up examination in these two court,,; will b1w held i7'tua 1;5
at 0 anm., 4200 Angell Hall. Lionel' (rocker114
Mr. Bursley's section of French 114, Tu., Th. at 11 o'clock has Jna cnd to
Room 204 S.W. P. E. Putrsh'y.
The examination in Mineralogy 18 (Dental Mineralogy) 1ev hose a iiserlt
from the final examination and for the removal of conditions wilIl be In Id i i
Room 4082, Natural Science Building, on Saturday, IFebruary 18 at 9i a.I.
Blue books should be brought. Albert It. Peck.
Tryouts for University Girls' Glee Club:
Second semester tryouts will be held Tuesday, February 14, from 4 to
6 o'clock in Room 216, School of Music. All girls interested are invited to
tryout. This will be the last opportunity. Bring your own music if you wish.
Urnive~rsity Club-ROTC Shoot:
The Club Rifle Shoot, held under the joint auspices of the Univecrsityr
Club and the R.O.ANC., will occur on the remodeled rifle rang-e Fr idlay,
F'ellruary 1.7 at '7:30 p.mi.
Please sign up .It the 1 niversitv Clibormtrb 0 i V (.imiI, 1
Rviiilfld Mells'r .
a. I). 1o()IC<,
R11,'.C. Rifle 'ill.iI
tryouts for R.O.T.C. Rifle T1eam wxill. be leld lurii Nv we' h l rua r I 8 -
I1S. The range wil1 be open durinag time followinig lnoUmS:
Tuesday-1-5 pJm. Fid;2W -1's? - ., nd7I' pe
A edncisday--1--5 p.m. Sat urda y- -12 a.m0.
lii1esca el'(101l) wil meet ini
2 i''w ;,1,.!';l M dilVa IBuilding oni
\ViuesayFebruary 15,, at 8 p.m.
Th'ie following papers will be read:
"The Case or Mohammed," by Profes-
of k 1. \Xorrell, and "The Form of
ilu i. mmonia iMoleeille," by Professor
I (' o uncil wxill meet :a#. 4.,20 o'clock
i11Rnm) 1a, I.1'11a1i'nimco(gy 1building~.
ILolill, I. Brelivo()l, Secretary.
TI,:i(' Seeciojll of the Facilty Wolnen'
The 'htusic Section will meet Tues-
da, evo'nig, February 14 at 8 o'clock
at thc e br of Mrs. Max Peet, 2030,
qtrs. L. 0. Case, Chairman.
St udent Volunteers:
T.'here will be a meeting of Student
Voluntccr5 and others interested in
mrsi-icn s at 9:30 o'clock on Sunday
101 105 a Z11\1'h x -Hail. Th1e tlh~i
;' i wpi of ihm'i:,i ian oices Arounid
.tie W( -ld" N'vill ble (discussed.
is rhm-es 111lson.
1111 Iodu'dall Chllb:
cwiI bhe anmeetii~g of the
:1 htliistai(li'a<1,83pin., ill Lane IBali
oi ~'~\,Ilo~ 12, :1 2. Elec-I
i~1 (, (li i flee rs shaill la lc, ilace,
a1,1 oi ( ;i ie t po t irn ltershall be
( I05('(aisodf1 AI!IucllheIi 81a0 ic eiQt (
to li he 'if It..S. 1Bird i,
3rd Big Week
Uniivers it y [clie :
Prlofessor Job a ij . \Val'iehc
Benedetto (Croce(, intel'rrck. o
the Naurial Science Auditoriuml.
Of A0o11 ii t olie College will speak
Art,"' at S p-.,L Monday, February 13:,
Th'1e public is cordially invited.
l?. E. .Robbinis.
Mir. J. J. (ham penois, ofci a I lectuirer of the All ianice Francaise. wil
g ve thm0iiir~d lecture lUoni Iii 'CoclV('l(' rise program: "Jule(s Renaid
h<i, iii;'5T e fra maisoe'' esa lay, VI erNa ry 141, at 4: 15 o'clock, in Room 1 025
Angeol l ll1.
Tickel ts for lthe - idesries ofal Iectruyes anI lays liiavbe procured ironl
the secret arvy of lia hOIa 0(2 Lang liag.l Delmit mciii, Room 104, Sout h Wing
or at, the door.i. Rie '~aui~n.
1 luring my leavye of1 a I seli foe10t'le, 'second semester, P rofessor ..R
R eeves hass kildly (coiise lled to(I pl es iei~ t ithe F+aculty m eetings of the Col l go i o a u k c o (- 3m i t a d t a t a h~ r i n o h eang1°iz ,y C 3n ri t e o n R fi g r
S 4 . Il - --r- -. c e i ( i e A l , a i o a t a s ( h l l l a n o h e n
Themre will Jc' ali, ecin,;of thle lNxecut ive B oard o1 the Graduate Schoc
en 1\londay, Febriia ry 1I, tr 4 p.mi. Ruthi A. Rouse.
Faeully. (ollete vofLii eraitm-e. Science anid the Art$: i
Faculty Program b~laniks have been (list rib)uted through the D~ean's Ties-
Se0e I service a lid all laa I .y ii>Irnlm s~ are reqjuestedl to fill out Ithe pr'ogranm
blanms and re turntihel(m to this, offlice At their earliest convenience. Addi-
I ;anal blanks may be seeniredl by phoning the office.
11. J. (Owbill, Secretary to thle Dean.
You have all heard of
stafIf luncheon wiil be,11h1ld on Monday at 12:15 p.m., at the
Dean Mlarcus L. Ward will speak on"Thle Profession o1
C. 0. DaviS, Secretary.
Bureau of Ap])Infl'ents :
All candidates enrolled with the Bureau of Appointments should call
at the office this week to fill (oit. Location Blanks for the second semester.
The office will be open froni 8 to 12 a. in., and 1:30 to 6 ip.m., daily, with the
exception of SaturITday afternoon.
Mlellen R. Shalai'h.
School of Education Assembly:
Mr. Edwin Miller, Assistant Superintendent of Schools of Detroit, will
address an assembly of the School of Education in the University High School
Auditorium on Monday, February 13, at 4:10 o'clock. Mr. Miller's topic will
be "How to Secure a Position in the Detroit School System." All persons
interes~ted are invited. (Instructors in education are requested to call the
attention of all their classes to this notice.)
C. 0. Davis, Secretary.
C'horal Union Ushers:
Members of the Choral Union ushering force are requested to he in their
places at H-ill Auditorium, for the Myra Hess concert, not later than 7:30
o'clock, Monday, February 13, as the (doors will be opened at that hour.
W. A. Davenport.
Graduate students who have changed their second semester elections by
dropping or adding a course, or substituting one course for another, should
notify thme office of the Graduate School by Saturday, February 18.
Ruth A. Rouse, Recorder.
Men's Education C'lub:
Mr. Edwin L. Miller, Assistant Superintendent of Schools in Detroit, who
was originally xschieduled to speak before the club, will address an, assembly
in Univer ity11 igh Schiool Auditoriin, Monday. Febr iuary 13 at 4:10 o'clock.±
Yembevts arce rgeod i1o(" I lte atciiiicii of those interested'( to tils lmeet -
13! ;1lr.M 1c~lr xxII pi s wa con ernring;po itions and teniure inl the Detroitj
11. . .irA old, I Pres'iden't.
Annii Arbor Art s~ci o
The Ex li bi ion ofif;1 Ipiaint inig,,sected(0(1 roiii 11beFort iethliAim al xh i-
bition of Ameirica nI ',amiig anid Seri ptnuie at the Art Ist itute of (Chicago
opens Sun daiy af[Icriioon , Februarmy 12, inl the W1est (Gallery, Alumni M4enmoria I
Bruce 31. 1)ouaidson,, President.
Scal 11141 I I Blde )]1en:;
Meletinig Sunda y, Fe b. 12 at 2 :38 0 cR ot. Rooni :802 liiioii.
Roy 13. Blass.
lailutvend Greek N talarlll':
All iipjirc lass and(Igraidloat e 1 0(10111 5of Latin anid Greek whvlo arme ill-
tet, edPAiil esta blisliin g at(J iiga ii a elmaipi ciof thle nat ionalI honorary vfra-
fer,.ily, l ta Sigma I 1'111, are urged io atend( a meetimig on Monda y, February'
1:>, at 4 o'clock iill1l210111 2(11 8 An ;ge ;11 i. Kha lii'ri Beimel I.
Ifoologv :32 (levedilly);
The as-Aignent of seats wxill be
posted by Mlonday n1001 in the corri-
dor near ftooum 2091, Natural Science
Bil ding. To 4ave tinie in st ainting
'tihe lecture'(, it is ilmpotiant that all
li embrs of the (lass go to the audi-'
tolill some time on1 Mondlay to aseer-,
t ain precisely wvhere their seats are.
jThie seating list will be removed be-
fore tihe lectur'e Tue0sd1ay morning, and
Iwill not he accessib~le at thle lectmmre.
sclaicr M'Iechanical Enigineers: I
!Mr. .NV. Hendershott of the Good- j
year Tire and Rubber Company, Akron,'
0., will be in Room 221, West Engin-
eering Building, Tuesday and Wednes-
day, February 14 and 15, for the Jur-
pose of interviewing those interested
in positions with this company.
11. C. Anderson.
A new Esperanto Course starts
Monday, February 13, at 4:15 p.m., in
Room 1021 Angell Hall.
Myra R~ess Piano Recital Program :,
Myra Hes's, pianiste, will give the
following program in the Extra Con-
cert series in Hill Auditorium, Mon-E
day evening, February 13, at 8
Bach: Allegro from Toccata in G
Major; Bach: Chorale "Jesu, .Joy of
Man's Desiring" from Cantata 147 (ar-
ranged by Myra Hess) ; Schubert:
Sonata in A Major, Op. 120; Brahms:
Sonata in F Minor; Schumann: Papil-
Ions, Op. 2; =Ravel: Pavane pour une
Infante defunte, Ondine, Alborado del
Charles A. Sink.
Regular meeting will be held, Tues-
day, February 14, at 8 p.m., in 3201
Angell H411. Mr. Kazarinoff will pre-
sent, "On Poncelet Principle of Con-
tinuity." All interested are cordially 11
invited. W. W. Beniton.
} nesday evening, February 14, at
7 :301 o'clock: in Roonm 165 ('henlislry
I Buildin1g. AIr. Robert ..Muthi of the
i scientiLfic'si ff of 1'.'. USquibb andi
R Sons -xxii Ia ddr'ess thme ('clb)1on"Iin-
nouni ty fromi the Laboiat ory S i
St nd o int." Several ic ''Is of motion pie-
tnri'si will be( uised to illust rofIe i(be ad.
(dress. Members of the(' (liii)and lall
1 others.! interested are cord~(ially in-
vit('d to )e pmresent.
l'it sics ('ooeiiin :
; lr. AV. I1. lBennett.xxill speak on
''The Jlect rue Monmen t ofC the Sulphumr
Coiplex,'' and Al r. 11. I-I. Nielsen on
''lnteW''vcmm cc Phenomena in flteInfra-
red Absorption of ('inst ais'' Tumesday
at 4:15 o'clock in Room 1041, Vast
Physics Building. All inter'ested nine
1). .11. Dennisoni.
the new scemester has sJair(d I we
all can be
at least wit l !nli - )eictme
OSCAR SA YS
I'= 11c It is sulrly a
get finals and the J-Hop out
the way. Now that
Comedy with AMY L OOMIS as
( Miss Loomis' Only Appearance this season)
Charles Warburton as Edstaston-
Robert Henderson as Patiom kin
NOW IS YOUR CHANCE TO SEE IT I
After all the talking
Alex used to, do, and the
of water. Then look aroun~d.
You will see toemptimr 1meals,
tasty; sandwiches apd
the best chocoate calt and, to
complete the uea!, a fourl' in
dish of some kined. Ater
l y I'Ata sarhsna
to ay,~ ouarestl
aouttteaR & s rh as you
to come right o-ver and get a
MRS. RICHARD MANSFIELD
in James Barrie'. Moving "Echo of the Ware'
''THE OLD LADY SHOWS HER MEDALS'
A Superb Company in a Superb Bill!
TO O RWSPECIAL. ADDED PERFORMANCE
of the Uproarious Mary Boland Farce
with Velma. Royton and Robert Henderson
Also, "AREN'T WOE ALL?" Wed. Mat
By Popular Demand!I
Every Night, incl. Sunday at 5---5Oc, 75c, $1
Wed. Mat. at 3-Entire House, 50c.
Sat. Mat. at 3-54c, 75c.
tWTT^.-r,, :: ' R ~ I tIn~fW rnit SA76g31p,
;, A" , Lc xviii often
Read Oscar's Orallo ns 117
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THE MIMES PRESENTS
Ge. M} . C ohan's Hilarl is
NEW YORK TELEGRAM-"Broadway em-
braced "The Home Towners" with all the enthusiasm
to which they have already become accustomed in their
Chicago run"-C. S.
with a mixed cast including
FRANCES K. KLEUTGEN
T. LYMAN CRANE
NEW YORK AMERICAN-"We laughed and
we chuckled and we ha-ha'd at scores of ingenious bits
.... the kind of a play thap a Sphinx must smile at"-
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