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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1928
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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETINK
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. SATUl)AY, JANUARY 11. Nuimber 85.
Elections, College of Literature, Science and theil Arts:
Today is the last day on which students, now in residence, may make
their elections for the second semeist r. The Recorder's office, Room 4, Uni-
versity Hall, will be open until 12 :. pm m.
Florence )Iehr, Recorder.
Classification, College of Literature, Seience and the Arls:
The Classification Committee, meeting in Room 231 Angell Hall, will
be in session until noon today, at which time its work for students now in
residence will cease.
I). IL. Rich.
Faculty, Colleges of Engineering and ArchitIccltu re:
The meeting of the faculty of these Colleges, which was announced for
Tuesday, January 17, has been postponed to Tuesday, January 24.
Louis A. liopkins, Secretary.
Graduate Students:
Graduate students should mae their second semester election's in the
office of the Graduate Schom, Roonm 1011, Angell Hall, on February 2, 3 anid
4. New students, or students transh errng from other Schools or Colleges
should register on the same dates. A student transferring at this time should
at once ask the Secretary of his School or College to prepare and send to the
office of the Graduate School an official transcript of his undergraduate
record. Ruth A. Rouse.
Juniors Engineers:
Orders for jackets wIl he taken Monday and Tuesday above the Arch, on
the second floor of the West Engineering Building. A $2 deposit must ac-
company each order. The price of the jackets will be $8.
W. R. Rough, President.
Rhetoric 1-Exatmination Uoos s
The examination in Rhetoric I, Thursday, January 26th at 2 p.m., will be
conducted by the various instructors in the following rooms:
Prof. Abbot-Room 2225 Angell Hall.
Mr. Bader-West Call-ry-Memorial Building.
Mr. Binkley-Room 1025 Angel Hall.
Mr. Bouwsma-West Gallery--Memorial Building.
Mr. Conrad---Room 209 Angell Hall.
Mr. Donnelly-Room 3017 Angell Hall.
Mr. Gates-Room 231 Angell Hall.
Mr. Kreider-Room 25 Angell Hall.
Mr. McMahon-Room 25 Ang'Jlflhall.
Mr. Proctor-Room 1025 Angell Hall.
Prof. Schenk--Room 212 Angell hall.
Prof. Solve-Room 35 Angell Hall.
Mr. Stevens-Room 231 Angell faU.
Mr. Van der Lugt--West Gallery-Memorial Building.
Mr. Wells-Room 216 Angell Hall.
Waldo Abbot.
Eugene E. Rovillain French 101:
My sections of French 101 at 8 a.m., and 2 p.m., shall take their examina-
tion on Wednesday, January 25, from 2 to 5 o'clock, Room 2225 Angell Hall.
Eugene E. Rovillain.
Aeronautical Society:
All members of the Aero Society will meet at Spedding's Monday, Jan.
16, at 7:30 p.m., for the 'Ensian picture.
R.I W. Miller, President.
Organizations:
Time allowed for signing contracts for space in the Michiganensian has
been extended to Monday, January 16. No contracts will be accepted after
this date.
Appointment for group picture must be made with photographer im-
mediately.
Organizations Department.

ductor, Maud Okkelberg, piano soloist, will give the following program in
Hill Auditorium, Sunday afternoon, January 15 at 4:15 o'clock. The general
public, with the exception of small children, is invited. No admission charge. STATE ARCH LULUGIMT
For obvious reasons concert goers are respectfully requested to be seated on .n e m r"r T° irnnii rn I I

time.
Mehul: Overture to "Joseph;" Mendelssohn-.Tungnickel: Rondo CapriC-
cioso, Op., 14; Beethoven: Symphony No. 5; Grieg: Concerto, A Minor.
Charles A. Sink.
Phi Eta Signia:
The 'Ensian picture will be taken at Dey's Studio today at 1 o'clock.
Please be prompt.
Leonard A. Scheele, President.
Phi Delta Kappa :
All members of Phi Delta Kappa are urged to be present at the lunch-
eon today at the Michigan Union. Lionel Crocker, Instructor in Speech, will
be the speaker for this occasion. Please be there promptly at 1 p.m.
Reginald D. illacNitt, President.
Csniopolitana Club :
Members are requested to be at RentschleY"s Studio, 319 East Huron, on
Sunday, the 15, at 3 o'clock for a group picture which will be used for the
Michiganensian.

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I10old Society Meetings, In New
3111selliii Building; itaniy
Addr~esses Planinedl
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ILLINOIS TEACHER
TO GIVE ADDRESS
Pro Coleman C. Griffith of the
Psychology department of the Uni-
rersity of Illinois will give an address
before a joint gathering of m-embers
and faculty of the School of Educa-
tion at 4:15 o'clock next Tuesday in
the University High School auditori-
um. Professor Griffith has announced

Raja llowran i, President.

La Sociedad Ii ispanica:
There will be a sitting on Monday, January 16, at the Rentschier Studio,
at 3:20 o'clock for the 'Ensian picture. Please be there promptly as this is
the only opportunity.
Julio del Tore.
Scalp ai Ba1Ie .aMen:

TheMiciga Stte rcheolgicl tthat his subject will be "Psychology l
The Michigan State Archaeological inAhetc.
-. . in Athletics."
society will hold its annual winter According to .Dean Allan S. Whit-
meeting Wednesday in the new Uni- ney of the School of Education, Pro-
versity Museum building, according to fessor Griffith has made more ex-
a ao. ilbe tensive studies in the field of psy-
an announcement by Dr. Wibert Ichology of athletics and athletes than
Hinsdale, custodian of Michigan any other man in the country. "He
archaeology in the museum of anthro- is probably the greatest authority in
pology. this field of applying psychology to
Addresses will be made at the con- athletics," declared Dean *Whitney.
bProfessor Griffith has worked quite
vention by ,Dr. Emerson F. Greenman, extensively in his field with the ath-
curator of anthropology in the mu- letes of the University of Illinois, and
seum; Dr. Carl E. Guthe, associate has made some very interesting dis-
director of anthropology; Prof. E. C. coveries concerning the various phas-
SCase, director of the museum of es of the subject, according to Dean
CrsWhitney. One of his most interesting
paleontology; and members of the so- studies was made with the Illinois
ciety from throughout the state. football team of 1924, during the year
The convention will open Wednes- that Red Grange starred for that
day morning with a business session school. He has also studied the psy-
chology of baseball players and re-
presided over by George R. Fox, of cently wrote a most interesting work
Three Oaks, president of the society. "Psychology in Baseball"
Following the business meeting, Dr. While this event has been planned
Grenman will speak on "The Earth- primarily for those persons who are

Schorling Inspects
Teaching Practices
In Normal Schools
Prof. Raleigh Schorling of the
School of Education left last Wednes-
day for a short trip throughout the
Middle West, with the purpose of in-
vestigating and studying practice
teaching methods in various teachers'
colleges. He spent all of yesterday in
the School of Education at the Uni-
versity of Illinois where he ended his
study for this trip.
In addition to the University of Illi-
nois, Professor Schorling has also
visited the Universities of Chicago and
Wisconsin, among many schools for
the training of teachers. The objects
of his trips are to study the methods
used in practice training for teachers
in the various schools, with the idea
of applying some of the better ones
in the Education school of the Univer-
sity.
allied with the School of Education,
it is open to the public, according to
)ean Whitney, and he has extendeC
an invitation to any interested to at-
tend the address, next Tuesday aft-
ernoon.
Col. Charles Lindbergh has declin-
ed the gift of a fund collected for him
in Sweden by Svenska Dagbladet, a
Stockholnr daily newspaper.

Meeting Sunday, Jan. 15, Room 302 Union, 2:30) o'clock.
Roy B. Blass.
Pi Lambda Thela:
Members of Pi Lambda. Theta will meet at Spedding's on Sunday at
c'clock for the group picture to be taken for the Michiganensian.
,jen a mries, President.

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The Michiganensian picture will be taken at Rentschler's Studio on Sat-
urday, Jan. 14 at 1:30 p.m.
W. E. Berger, Secretary.

Universt'y of Michigan Band: ..
Formation tonight at 7 o'clock sharp to march to the field house for
Indiana game. Uniform with cape. Bring your coupon books with you.
is very important that every man be at this formation.
Gilbert 13. Saltonstall, Assistant Manager.

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laculty Dance:
A dance for Faculty Members and Alumni of the University will be heldj
at the Michigan Union, January 16 at 9 o'clock.
Mrs. E. 14. Leslie, Chairman of the Dance Committee.
Philippine-Michigan Club:
The Philippine-Michigan Club picture for the Michiganensian will be
taken on Sunday morning, January 15, at 9 o'clock sharp in Rentschler's
Studio. Every member is urged to be present on time.
Donato T. Suyat.
REQUIREMENTS FOR TEACH ER'S LIFE
CER T IFICA T ES CHANG ED BY FACUL TY

work Enclosures of Michigan." Harry'
L. Spooner of Detroit will also read
a paper on "The Big Mounds at
Springwells."
Five papers will, be presented at the
Wednesday afternoon session, includ-
ing "Some Ancient Fire-beds in Sagi-
naw County," by Fred Dustin of Sagi-
naw; "The Rise and the Fall of the
Fur Trade," by Prof. R. Clyde Ford
of ypsilanti; "Speculations of an
Amateur Archaeologist," by Dana P.
Smith of Paw Paw; and a paper by
Wilbur Marshall of Paw Paw on the
classification of the common rocks
and minerals used in the manufacture
of Implements. Dr. Guthe, of the
University, will discuss a state sur-
vey of archaeology.
Visiting members will be the guests
of Ann Arbor members of the society
at a dinner Wednesday night at the
Union. Following the dinner Profes- -
sor Case will speak on "The Geolog-
ical History of Michigan in Relation
to Indian Occupation."
Two exhibits will be on display in
the Museum building during the ses-
sion of the archaeologists. These will
be an Indian grave which Dr. Hins-
dale excavated in Montmorency coun-
ty, reconstructed by Carleton W. An-
gell, artist for the museum, and a dis-
play of grooved axes from Michigan,
part of a loan of several collectors.
General sessions of the society will be
open to the public.

ORBETT'S COLLEGIATE
LOTHES SHOPS
For Saturday this week-end we will give you one of the
greatest buys in shirts you ever had. All fancy collar at-
tached shirts of the latest patterns and style in the city.
All sizes 14 to 18 at
$1.65
3 for $4.50
Act quick if you want real shirts at a price
TO 16CO.'ibRBETT
116 E. Liberty St.

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Important changes in the require-
ments for the Teachers' Life certifi-
cates which are issued by the Reg-
ents on recommendation of the
School of Education were voted at the
last meeting of the faculty of the
School of Education, it was announced
at the office of Dean Allan S. Whitney,
yesterday afternoon. The new and
modified plans will go into effect at
the start of the school year 1928-29,
next September.
Several of the courses which are
now in the curriculum will be
changed, some in the number of hours
credit and some in the material to be

covered. A few of the courses will be
combined and new material incorpor-
ated. Among the changes will be the
reduction of the present course, A 25,
from three hours of credit to two
hours, and Educational psychology,
C 1, now giving three hours of credit,
will be reorganized aAd will include
certain parts of present courses C
60 and C 40, to be known as C 1 with
four hours of credit. The two-hour
course in directed teaching will be re-
quired for a certificate.

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University Symphoiny Orlmchstra:
The University Symphony Orchestra,

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Samuel Pierson Lockwood, con-

Announce DateAnd'
Subject Of Annual,
Oratorical Contest;
Definite announcement was made
yesterday concerning the subject and
the date of the Extemporaneous speak-
ing contest which is held every year
and is sponsored by the Oratorical
association.
According to Lyle E. Eiserman, '30f,
vice president of the association, the
contest will be held during the last
week in February. Eiserman has
been appointed director of the con-
test. The general topic which has
been chosen for the preliminary trials
is the educational policy of the Uni-
versity. Some phase of this will be
assigned to each contestant. Under
this general topic a contestant may be'
required to discuss the tniversity
college project, the physical education
policy, the two-team plan, Freshman
week, and other subjects.
First a preliminary trial is held, at
which all those who are entered nust
compete. From this trial six men are
chosen for the final trial from which
the winner is chosen. The judes of
the contest will be members of the
Speech department of the University
and seniors in the Law 'school. The
award for the winner will be determ-
ined at the next meeting of the Ora-
torical board.
Last year the contest was won by
Paul Kern, '29. Kern is a member of
Alpha Nu and was a member of the
Inter-collegiats debating class lastj
spring.
test should sign their names to a
Those who desire to enter the con-
paper which will be posted at room
302 Mason hall. All under-graduates
of the University are eligible to com-
pete, according to Eiserman.

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SUNDAY CHURCH SERVICE

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FIRST METHODIST
CHURCK
Corner State and Washington Sts.
Arthur W. Stalker, D.D.,1 Minister
Parley C. Bingham, Assistant
Minister and Student Director
10:30-11 ishopNicholson of Detroit
twill speak on : "ThIe Present
Status of illrohibition,"
12:00-"God and Science' will 1)
Ralph Johnson's topic. Mr.
Wilbur R. Magee will lead the
Bible Study Class.
6:00-Nelson J. Budde, Grad., will
beI the leadt' of the Wesloyan
Guild Devotional Meeting.
7:30--No Service.
THE UNITARIAN CHURCH
State and Iuron Streets
Sidney S. Robins, Minister
January 15, 1928
10:45--Laymen's Sunday Service.
Dr. Carl E. Guthe on: "The
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
It. Edward Sayles, Minister
Rev. Howard Chapman,
Minister for Students.
10:45--Worship and Sermon. Mr.
Say!e s preaches on "'2le Inner
1)ramna."
12:00-Biblie School Session.
12:00--Student group meet at
Guild House. Mr. Chapman
leader. "The Peasant Prophet."
5:30-The Friendship Hour for
young people.
0 :: 80-- -The devotional hour. Mr.
Sayler, will discuss "TherWeak-
ness of an Idealist."
FIRST CHURCH OF
CHRIST, SCIENTIST
409 South Division Street
10:30 a. m. -- Regular Morning
Service; Subject, "ife:"
11:45 a. m.-Sunday School follow-
ing the morning service.
7:45 p. m.-Wednesday evening
testimonial meeting.
The Reading Room, 10 and 11
State Saving Bank Building is open
daily from 12 to 5 o'clock, except
Sundays and legal Holidays.
ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
Washington St. and Fifth Ave.
9:00 Bible Study.
10:30 a. m.-Service with Sermon.

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Corner Huron and Division
Merle It. Anderson, Minister
Dale H. Moore, Associate.
Mrs. Nellie B. Cadwell
Secretary for Women.
9:30-Church School. Student
Class led by Rev. Dale H.
Moore.
10:45-Morning Worship. Sermon
on "Is The World Growing
Better "
12:00-Student Class led by Prof.
Howard McClusky.
5:30-Social Hour and Supper.
6:30-Young People's Society.
BETHLEHEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
Fourth Ave., between Packard
and Williams
G. A. Neumann, Minister
9:00-Sunday School.
[0:00-Regular morning worship.
Pastor's topic: "A Jealous and
Merciful God."
11:00-German service.
5:30-Young People's social hour
followed by discussion meeting

CONGREGATIONAL
CHURCH
Dr. Carl S. Patton,
Acting M1 inister
9:30-Sunday School.
10:45-Morning Worship. Dr. Pat-
ton, preaching.
5:30--Student Supper at Pilgrim
Hall.
ST. ANDREW'S
(EPISCOPAL) CHURCH
Division and Catherine Streets
Rev. Henry Lewis, Rector
Thomas L. Harris, Assistant
Second Sn day After Epiphany
3:00--Holy Communion.
9:30--holy Communion Service
for Students.
[1:00-Morning Prayer and Ad-
dress by Sir Wilfred T. Gren-
fell.
6:15-Student Supper and Meeting
7:30-Evening Service.
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New $10.00 Styles now
150 Pr. Broken Sizes at

$8.85
$7.85

Other makes go at $5.90 and
$6.90. Values to $9.00

Nenv Refornim
5:45-Candlelight Supper.
6:45-Discussion of the morning
sermon topic.
HILLEL FOUNDATION
615 E. University Dial 3779
DIPORTANT NOTICE!
The place of services has been
changed from Lane Hall to our
own 'Foundation.

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Corner Hill and Tap
Rev. Frederick CoN
10:30-Morning worship.

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ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Third and West Huron
C. A. Brauer, Pastor
Parsonage: 420 West Liberty
January 15
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