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DAILY Off ICIAL BULLETIN

FOlilical Scielice'291, Jioulrnal C'lul 1:
'lhere rillI be a meinjg of Ithe (Clubiitoda y t

it Ulock, 203.5 At; gel I 11all.

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Publication in the Bulle(tin is costruct(1ive not ice to all imem~bers of An lll'IU I Stileiil s :th11i A('lntngi 5 f ]pitc tur 1011te Iusinss aini I d iistaffs will
the University. Copy received by the Assist ant to thie President until A meeting 1'o,1 Iist iien s htoare nit ('t-l Ied in l; s'oatua 'lIprufes si n ' tI an at oa I O'u ic's Sut o at 4 o'clock this a fternoon,.
3:30 p. m. (11.:30 a. m. Saturday.) wii e hell in Nat ural Science A udit o in on Friday, ;Jaury 13, at 3! iI. N, leua14.
o'clock.
! Ttn'S rsll i )AV I 'AI 1.? ubr ;14" . lovr. 11haipI'aN
____________________All 111 1iiS' Ult are (sgneSIUtL t e wi~seit at te Spedj;g Sudio thi
teori l1} '. ii: att'i'i0t0tii t J.: ;;;t 0ih(h ial1 0 1' thaC' hI~i4it l i~i ( .
. Siection BN atI 1 1, Blocki willit noti mostt todit(afoyt-T(hu Ni nher8 t 10( ocaWil ntEeettedy-. mrsea y Lye '..Li President. ci ~
Thle seconid regula etn ftelnvest eaefrt1year 1t7- i
1928 w~ill be held in Room C, Lyawxv ti iding, oni Monday, January 164, at 4:15 Geograiphy 1l: 1li amda Tlheta:
P. M. My s ction at 1 o'cloc'k onlThulrsday will not met Iblis'4week. 11W c i'(ehtlU I helug(t.i i G ~Lntd Tha lI Pidon'PuraJn
Order of 1business: I E. C. tiop1(1. I oart , ;' 1 7 iap.m., at the P emo ' of21 s. (l reee, 82 Chiiu rch street
1.Ana lot2. Report of the Commit tee on iUniversity 1Puliatio..Teai bFor All lUiversity Womien: --H - 11 O49l. e Vesdt'hitiiit
3. Report of Ithe ('omn,iI e on Vocal ional C (ounsel end Ilacci. t. A1lUinversity women are'c (ordially invited to tea with the Avise Is of ' l,, . ame ugo Iineednto heEgnern ue
nt {1i ' Jlruau kiSecretary of the Senate. Womn today at arbour Gymnasiumn iaror:;fronm 3 0 to a oclock. pGirls l)ooris, Thirsda y, Jan. 1, at :30 Lp.., in h0thenion. See bulletin
of the lBrumiit, Carney, and Cauighey hoaxes wil act as assisant }Io:tes~ oard in the Vimon lobby fr room number. Please come or cblie senda rep-
Comithee wilo e Student. aeettalirs: Former assistant hostesses are especially invitedi to come.
g ftBeatrice W. J(lhiS4,ilJhn A. Maurer.
University Halll, Friday at 4:15 p.m. ~~-

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Bureau of A ppoint iiemit,-,anid M:
All canldidatets enrolled with the Blureau of Appointments whose names
begin with L or Ml% and who have not ga lled at t he office for personal inter-
views this week should do so today (luring thet following hours: 9 to 12 a.m.,
and 2 to 4 p.m., or Friday or Satuirday mrn ng s, 9 to 12 o'clock.
liellen Sliambaugli.
.Sehpol of 'Businues s Addn!,4istl op! Lectutre :
Robert F. JBinglmani of Thompsnon, IKline & Flory, attorneys, Cleveland, will
lectur'e on TrfuIsdoy, Janatry 12, at 4 o'clock in Room 204) Tp.panl i-all, on
the subjct '"Recent Developments, in 'Real Estate Financing with particular
reference to the Use 0o' Land a 0(1 L easehol Trust Certificates." Those who
are interested are cordially invited.I
C. E. Griffini, Acting Dean.

P'ortia:
Mviembers, of Portia will have their pictures; taken for the, 'EIi'ian on Fri-
da8y at 12:30 o'clock at iDey's Studio. All members arie re(luested to bo there
promptly.

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Ka therine Lardner, P resident.

Ise Cc:cle Franudls:
There will be a meeting of Le Cerele at 7 :30 p.m., Thursday, J ntiary 12,
at Lane Ball Auditorium. All members, both new and o1(d, are uirged to be
present. An interesting program of dramatics has been arranged, and re-
freshment'n will be served. MIlo S. Ryan, President,
La Sociedad Hispanica:
The Spanish lecture series will open Thursday, Jan. 12, at 4:15 p.m., in
Room 25 Angell Hall instead of 1025 Angell Hall as previously announced.
Prof. 11. A. Kenyon will 'speak on "Monumentos Historicos de Espaina."

New e,v ore s of Frenmch C(on versatIion 113 have been op u ned, MF at S
('clock a idillI" at1i) o'clock, each one hour croi ciI, a uid one se ctoni of ('on-
vei' ation 11 , iIP'at. 9 o'clock, one hour credit.
IPitipjiE. ; ursley.4
All s-niior ROTC sd ltient, and ROTC graduates a Fe hereby notified that
General Lassiter's visit for Friday, J1aniuar'y 13, hias been cancelled.
________________________ eifnid Melhergr.
Harvard Geology IDepartment' To Offer
Foreign 'Ifour As Sumpmer Session Course

LECTURE IS ILSR~5
rnl1ess the pulrtic ..is b i aouti.l '1
Ow ptm hi 1(' buow what yo_( u haveC, :an1d
you.' eason. toor-sellingit0,"'stted J.
I'. 1 ;i'tm i,, u l}(' ot marke ing I°«a
avetiugfor.thle Fl-edlel-ick Stearns5
r1Detroit, in his addr'ess on "The M_1ark-
e'ting of New Products" at a meeingi
of the Pr'tescott club Tuesday night in
the (Chemistry building.
"In former years, the sma;ll (.oil-
cerns managed to exist, an1 eke o<it
}a fairly' substantial income; but coli-
pe'titioni has ]'uined more mtrrie
ill the last: tw o year's than has been
thouight possible. All modern inn-
p rovenien ts have succeeded in s peed-
ing up the world so that concerns
must adv.'i'tise in order to keen in
the parade.''
Mr. Wordlei concerned his atddr-os,.
Iprincipally with Ii mt1 X1(1:d:of advertis-
ing, thli modei'n publicity require-
mulets, and thle inah'ked change that
hias takeni place in thla1ist 10 ,years
in the style and fom of advertising.
The address was illustrated by several
large cam'ds, revealing the national
'form's that are used in publicity.
REPRODUCTIONS OF EARLY
PAPERS IS SPEECH TOPIC
SHead Librarian William A. Bishop,
>i at the last meeting of the American
IHistorical association delivered a
speech on the "Photostatic Reproduc-
tions of Rare Early American News-
papers." At the same meeting Regent
L. L. Hubbard spoke on the accuracy
of certain statements in Las Calas's
account of Columbus' third voyage,
and also gave several bibliographical
'notes on the edition of Robinson,

Pulcletr b re ode paid members.
Professor Pu lefrel of the Imperial Acdm at Perga Julio del Taro.
and now at the University of Rostock, will 'speak:
1. Friday, January 13 at 3 p.m., in the Chemistry Amphitheater on "Thej Sigma Gamm~a, Epsilon:
Spirit of Chemistry." I All members will please be present for the 'Ensian picture which will be
2. Saturday, January 14, at 11 am., in Room 2,03, Chemistry Building on 1 taken at Rentschler's Studio, 319 East Huron street, on Thursday, Jan. 12,
"Stereochemis try and Optical inversion." applrntrtescn I at 1 p.m.R ETylr
It is expected that the first talk will be ofapourntrethscnd XETyl.
primarily for teachers and studcnts in chemistry. These lectures will be___________
under the auspices of the local section of the American Chemical Society. Assistants at Advisers' Supper:
All :interested are cordially invited.I Will the following girls please call at the Secretary's Office for their pay
Byron A. Soule. checks:f
- Y Beata Sebold, Genevieve Campbell, Della Forrest, Hillegarde Schueren,
Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors of the College of Literature, Science and Frances Jennings, Fay Barrett, Jean Gilman, Elizabeth Fekete, Elizabeth
the Arts: Sawyer, Helen Norris, Mayme Barnette.1
All sophomores who have not yet had their elections approved by the - Beatrice W. Johnson.
Upperclass Advisory Committee should secure appointments as soon a's pos-_j
Bible at the booth opposite the R.ecorder's Office in the corridor of Uni-
versity Ball. Juniors and senior': are also urged to secure appointments. Student 11atlenatical Society:
C. C. )leloche, Chairman. There will be an important business meeting Thursday, Januiary 12 at
_-___ , 7:30 o'('lock in Room 3017 Angell .Hall. Mr. A. Jacobson will give a talk.
Senior Enginwers : 1Mad elyn C. R ingsley, Secretary.
Dean Mortimer E. Cooley will talk to the class on Friday, Jlanuary 13, at - --
11 o'c'lock in Room 348. A full attIendiance is r ettuestAed. Economnies Club:
Ifa1'4id L. Miii Ieson, President. f Meets at 7:45 o'clock in Roonii 302 'Michigan U'nion Thursday, January 12.
Mir. 0. S. Beyer Jr., Consulting Engineer of Washington, D.C., will sneak on
('leninhal E ugineem's : ISome aspects of the cooperative plan in which he has beenm assisting the
Dr. 11. II. Dow, President of t i' 1)ow (item teal Companmy is to speak before ; hop cmaft unions oil the 11. & 0. and other railroads.
the AlT. Cli.E. on Monday cxciiin'.s Ja nua ; y 16. at 7:30 o'clock in Room 320)1 L. C. 1)iehiisoui.
East Engi neeiring Butildin:g. 1'ircedi it g btheIa i k a dznner will be given at the -
Union. All throse ihm to a'i endm should reserve plates by calling Mr. I Fou'estry Cltub :
Thornthwaite. Rmoom 8219 Eat. Eng iimeemin Bidilding, at Uiversity 23(;. Aichiganensian picturte of the Clurb will b1e taken 't'hurtsday ,January 12,
V. 'ioi'nlh waife, Pr'e.id('nl. at 5 p.m., at Rentschler's Studio.

Harvard wvill offer in its 1928 Sum-
mer Session curriculum a geology and
geography tour of France, Italy,
Switzerland, and Spain under the di-
rection of Prof. Kirtley F. Mvather, of
the Harvard geology department, with
the cooperation of Thos. Cook and
Son, Lint., authors of the Cook tours.
A phamphlet recently received here
announces that "a limited number of
qualified students will be given oppor-
tunity to study geology, physiography,
and archaeology in selected regions of
the countries mentioned." For three
and a half weeks the party will be
'bined with a similar group of
students from the, University of
Geneva for Alpine study and travel, I
under the direction of Prof. Leon W.
Collet, head of the geology dlepartment
mat Geneva, and authority on Alpine
structure.
The part= will he taken on several
"PDEN SENDS OUT
lore I Pa ii5,0004)('Prist'llas gh'eet ings
acid m1essage ptamnpil ehs wer'e mailedj
'to I'ormfner iiie'llbel' of the Upper' Roonm
ilIe ('lass by ''Pat her'' Ideni, condu('-
t~om' of tlbe Ilujpem' Ro'n Bible class at
Lanme hall. Not all of thlese members

climbs of the lesser Alpine pleaks, andl
at the close of the workc those whio
are able to make the climb will be
given a chance at the Matterhorn,
Tihe course, to be known as S-5,
will be open to those who have had a.
year of elementary geology. Mrs.
Mather will accompany the tour,
making it open to women as well a's
to men. The course will be accepted
toward eithexz an A.B, or S.B. degree
at Harvard univErsity and it also
carries credit for graduate degrees.
The cost of the trip will include a
$25 tuition and registration fee, fare
amounting to $1,175, exclusive of per-
sonal expenses such as laundry, tips,
passports, and food not ordinarly
served without extra charge.

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Core uRf;mLwadStudents are req nest-6 tI I nosel he follo wingmig odific'-O ion~s w'itIh regajrd
to the election o1'f1 hese (c(uhti5s;.
Course 1(1. Tb e La v ofI' 011 igimions). lmst be,.precedIedhby Course 101.
TIhis preqluisit e, however, does, o ip i Py tom Course 14)4, The Philosophy of
Law. Nei tem'coumrse is -;open i fa I1u'eslu ficutom' Spliotmores.
Course 106. lcugal Analysis. WillI not, he givent the secomu l semxest cv.
J. If. E rake, Sr. j

un1iiversity, a Ithomugh the greater per'-I
IBeta lKappa. Rhot (drls : cent age have been pr'"senh diuriing Ithe
Tive wll eua meeting Sat urday evening, J1anuary 14, at b o'clock at iLatecr years of thare('lass;.
181 FoestAveue.These nmessage(s 'went to pt'U('t ica hhy
Lautra Johnlson, Presimdent. ('ever~y (countiry of t he worltd, and eac(h
______ cmivlope swas addrhiessedl by Fatlmcr
Oratorkda Boar'd :Iden hiiimself. Tlo (10 this, the a (dress-
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