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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. mn. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)

IOrganizations: 'aldesraus clter, Raff: Rigaudon, Rexford Keller; Bach: Prelude and Fugue Ma 1eos/rd t
Time allowed for signing contracts for space in the Michiganusian has ,No. 22, Chopin: Pantasia Impromptu, Etude Op. 25 No. 12, Dorr Legg; Liszt : Ma y e ltd In
been extended to Monday, January 16. No contracts will be aiccepteti after l Obie cibn Pe p 2N.2 agre il ah ocro
thlisul dateihn:Pem0) 3 o.2 araetFe. ah ocetooJ.1E uc to
thi date. 2v1u or (u'eond and third movements) Vera Johnson; Beethoven: Sonata Sc o l1JApitetfrgoppcuemsbemdwihpoorpeir-;O.5(irtmvmn),Rzk:PlshD cLuseNsn;euai
meiacl Ogniaton eparment.x Vogel As Prophet, Chopin: Mazurka, Vivian Cro eeussy. Thee Pre- More than 400 people have regis-
i l;:1r.(le-DanvsBuses de, Dephes, La file aux chevuex do lin, La4 cathedrale ; terecl in the School of Education for
Aeronaautical Society:_ engloutie, Stewart Churchill. Accompanist: Retta McKnight. 3tie second semester, according to an
All members of the Aero Society will meet at SpedIding's Mlonday, Jan. Cliarles A. Sink.
16, at 7:30 p.m., for the 'Ensian picture. R. IV. Miller, Presidenit. announcement made yesterday by,
'Miss Gretchen Kug, assistant secre-
ha Soiedad IHispanics; - 4'li DeltadPli:i ae b ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ tryadrcre o h colo
There will be as itting~n n rdav. Januarv -16(i_. at ....i, .cs.. inithe'Ensign pIicture Cwill b ae hsmriga 1ocoka )v ttyadrcre o h colo

Volum Sii .

S[:7-N1)AY, JANUARY 15.

-Number 86.

University Senate:
The second regular meeting of the University Senate for the year 1927-
1928 will be held in Room C, Law Building, on Monday, January 16, at 4:15
p. M.
Order of business:
1. Annual Report of the Board in (Coutrol of Athletics.
2. Report of the Committee on University P~ublications.
3. Report of the Committee on Vocational Counsel and Placement.
iolin W. Bradshiaw, Secretary of the Senate.


at 3:20 o'clock for the 'Ensian picture. Please be there p~romptly azs this is Studio. All mnembers will report at the studio at that time.
the only opportunity. 'Julio (l Toro. iKtrnFtniPeiet
EPhysics Colloqu~ium: Actilen of Ile Funversity Discipline Committee:
Dr. . F Bret wll peakon Caualit inModen iiiyics"at :15 Mr. James H. Hays, '29, having been found guilty of public intoxication
Tuesday, January 17, in Room 10E41, East Physics Building. All interested are hasi beeni indefinitely suspended from the University.
cordially invited. IV. F. fColby. J. S. Reeves, Secretary.
Botanical Seminar: Alpha 1EpSilon 1tu:
Botanical Seminar meets Tuesday, January 17, at. 4: (0 o'clock, B 11 9 Theie Ensian p~icture of Alpiha Epsilon Mu will be taken today at 12 o'clock
N.S. Building. Paper by J. B. Pollock "The Amount of the Last Downward ]carp~, I )ofs Studio. Walt er 1Norit, itr., Librarian.
Shift of Sea Level on the Island of Oahu, Hawaian islands." ___-

:Iducat ion. There are about 50 more
registrations due, according to Miss
tr ug, and she pointed out that on ac-
count of the fact that the regular reg-
istration period closed, last Wednes-
day, there is now a fee of $1 for
late entrants.
iMiss Krutg also announced that
those who intendl to receive their
teachers' life certificates in February
mnay now obtain the blanks at her
othece in room 105 T1appan hall, and,
pity the fees at the treasurer's office.

Sophiomore Engineers:
There will be a meeting of the Sophomore Engineers in Room 348
Tuesday morning, Jan. 17, at 9 o'clock.
Everyone is requestedl to be there. Shan. (Cochrani, President. I
Juniors Engineers :
Orders for jackets will be taken Monday and Tuesday above the Arch, on
the second floor of the West Engineering Building. A $2 deposit mtist ac-
company each order. The price of the jackets wvill be $8.
V. It.iHough, President.
Chemical Engineers :
Dr. H. H. Dow, President of the Dow Chemical Company is to speak beforei
the AI. Ch.E. on Monday evening, January 16, at 7:30 o'clock in Room 3201
East Engineering Building. Preceding the talk a dinner will be given at the
Union. All those wishing to attend should reserve plates by calling Mr.
Thornthwaite, Room 3219 East Eng.ineering Building, at University 236.
F. Thorntliwaite, President.
Scalp and Blade Men:
Meeting Sunday, Jan. 15, Room 302 Union, 2:30 o'clock.
Roy B. Blass.
Cosmopolitan Club:
Members are requested to be at Rentschler's Studio, 319 East Huron, onf
Sunday, the 15, at 3 o'clock for a group picture which will be used for the
Michi ganensian. IRaja Jlowraani, President.
Faculty, Colleges of E ginecrin g anmd ArchIiitecture:
The meeting of the faculty of these Colleges, which was announced for
'Tuesday, January 17, has been postp~oned to Tuesday, January 24.
Louis A. Ho~pkinis, Secretary.
Iii Lambda Theta:
Members of Pi Lambda rTheta will meet at Spedding's on Sunday at 12
o'clock for the group picture to be taken for the Michiganensian.
Jeau de Vries, President.
Business Administration Lecure:
Mr, Thorndike Deland of New York, executive personneIl and phicement
specialist for department .stores, will (deliver a lecture on the subject, "Pro-
curing Executives for Department Stores," in 101 Economics Building, at 4:15I
o'clock on Wednesday, Jan. 18. The talk will be especially helpful to students
who have not yet decided upon their work after leaving college, as well as to
persons interested in retailing or in personnel problems. All are invited.
C. E. G4riffin.
Zoology I Lecture :
There will be no lecture in Zoology I on Tuesday, January 17.
G~eorge It. Lai ne.
Students Takinig Macine Shop Practice:
Arrangements have been made to visit the Cadillac Motor Car Company's
Plant on Tuesday, January 27, 1928, We shall meet at the company's of11ce
at 9:30 a.m. Those leaving Ann Arbor rTuesdlay morning should take the
interurban car leaving State and PackardI streets at 8 :15 o'clock.
0. W. Boston.
Economics 101:
For the examination Mltlay, students will meet in Room 25 and 1035
Angell- Hall as on previous examinations. Leonard L. Watkins.
Creek 123:
,Final hour test of the year on Tuesday, Jani. 17. Wil cover last three
assignments of reading. W1arreiu E. Blake.
Graduate Club In Eduacationa:
Tfhere will be a meeting of the Graduate Club in Education Tuesday,
January 17, at 7 o'clock, in the edlucational laboratory on the fourth floor of
the University High School. All graduate students in Education are cordially
invited to attend. L. IV. 1eeler.
ltaison Franeaise :
Anyone interested in a vacancy at the Maison Francaise please se Miss
Lloyd during the coming week. Alice C'. Lloyd.


Le Ce._cle Franctis:
The group picture of Le Cercle will be taken at Speddi'" Tuesday,
January 17, at 12:30 p.m. All member's must be present.
31i10 S. Ryan, President.
Paul Kochanski in the Choral Union Series :
Paul Kochanski, violin, will give the fourth program in the Choral Union
concert series in Hill Auditorium, Wednesday, January 18, at 8 o'clock. For
obvious reasons concert goers are respectfully requested to come on time.
The program is as follows: Vivaldi: Concerto A Minor; Bach: Allero-
Adaigo Ma Non Tanto ,Praeludium E Major; Mozart; Andante; IMozart-
Kreisler: Rondo: Dvorak: Slavonic Dances G Minor, Boulanger: Cortege;j
Chopin-Kochanski: Nocturne;. Moussorgsky-Rachmaninoff: Hopak; Wagner:
Walther's Prize Song from "Meistersinger;" Brahms: Waltz in A Major;
Wieniawski: Carnaval Russe. Charles A. Sink,
Students' Recital Series:
The following program will he given in tile Students' Recital Series in
the School of Music Auditorium, Tuesday evening at. 8 o'clock. The general
public, with the exception of small children, is cordially invited to attend.
Beethoven: Sonata Op. 28 (first movement) Edith Mary Woodard; Liszt:

2%11 the present itime the United
States Civil Service Commission hasI
announced open competitive examina-
tions for a number of positions. In-
format ion will be furnished to anyone
tluponl request.
IIncluded in the list are chief of
radio service, Department of Agri-
culture; special agent in the intelli-
gent ulnits; junior medical officer; as-
sistant medical officer, associate med-
ical officer, medical officer, seno
mediical officer and1 various other
branches of the same service; and
social economist in the bureau ofefi
ISeveral positions a ussada
(ietitian in the PublicW Health serv-
ice are also open for examination, it
is announced.

Very soon you will require a

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tUniversity of 31icigan Band:I
Formation at 7:15 o'clock tomorrow
night (Mon. 16.) to play for the Ohio
State game. Uniform with cape. Bring
your coupon books. Come 'either to
the band hall or to the field house
but please be there and on time.
Gilbert B. Saltonstall, Assistant
Scotch Historian To
Lecture Here .Friday;


How toGet 7ckets by al/
Address lett ers, numlkie chIecks and money orders payable
to D)on M~1cIntmyre, lila nager Whitneyv Theatre, A niaArbor,
.Mich. If thiose writi'g for 4tiekets will enclose self-addressed
stamped envelope their tickets will be mailed to thiemu before
~edlnesday, Jan. 1'", the datc of the puiblic sale of seat's at
the box office; otiherwise, they wvill be hlcd at the box office
k) be called for. Prices including, tax: $31.30. $2.7t), $2.9,



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However, with finals so near
eve have to be careful. He


"New Lights on Mary Queen of
Scots" is to be the subject of a lecture
which will be delivered by Dr. Robert,
S. Rait, p~rofessor of Scottish history
an(1l literature at Glasgow university
and Royal Historiographer of Scot-
land at 4:15 o'clock Friday, January
20 in Natural Science~auditorium.
For 14 years Dr. Rait was a fellow
{ and for 10 years of that period a
tutor of New College, Oxford. Dr.'
Halt has written many books in the
past few years, several of which have
been very widely read. Among his
long list of published works are such
books as "Relations Between Eng-
land and Scotland," "The Parliaments
of Scotland," "King Jame's Secret,'
and "Thoughts on the Union Between
England and Scotland.'
Speaking of the coming lecturer,
Prof. Arthur L. Cross of the History
department recently said, "In addition
to being a foremost authority in his
field, Dr. Rait is a speaker of unusual

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Fraternity and Independent, J-HoI p
Booth Chairnmen :
It is necessary that those in charge
of the booth arrangements for the
J-Hop in both the fraternity and in-j
dependent groups call at 1)ean Burs-
ley's office as soon as possible and ob-
tain copies of the J-Hop rules for
their groups.
The pledge contained in timerule:,
must be properly signed and returned
to Dean Bursley's office not later than
January 21.
This matter should be given im-
mediate attention.
It. IL. Petrie, Chairmami, J -Hop Booth
Booths 11 and III Engineering will
meet Tuesday, Jan. 17 at 8:30 p.nm., in
Room 304 of the Union.!
Frank ('lingan.
John Matrer.
J-Hop Independents:t
Booth I Engineering will meet Tutes-
day, Jan. 17 at 7:30 p.m., in. Room
304 of the Union.
E. Cilig'.



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In addition to the comfortable roonis we have here we maintain
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