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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, JAAR 17, 1,.923

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DAILY O rFFICIAL BULLETIN
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. in. Saturday.)

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Volume 8. TFFSI)AtY, . AN( IllY 17.,-imbner S7.
Fraternity arid Sc r oril y P' resident s :
There wil be a meeting of thle presid,"nts of all fraternitie's and sor-
orities in Roomr 1035, Angell Hall, Wednesd ay, January.18, at 4:30 p.m. As it
is e-xtremely imp~ortant that e'ither'i the Iprosidenlt. of ceach of these organiza-
tions, or a duly authorized representative, be lpresent, attendlance will be
taken. J1. A. Bulrsley, Dean.
School of FEducationl:
Professor Coleman GIriffit h of t he Vunivr sit y of Illinois will give an ad-,
dress before the Assembly of the school of Pidneat ion on Tuesday, January
17, at 4:10 o'clock, Universirty li gh iSwli ooi Auditor ium. IDr. Griffith's sub-
ject is "The Psychology of' Atlletics.'' All persons interestced are invited.
C'. 0. Davis, secretary.
Schrool of Eduction-February Senilors:
Seniors who expect to complete the requirements for graduation from the
School of Education in February and wish to be recommended for their de-
grees as 'soon as possible thereafteL must pay thei'rIDiploma and Teacher's
Certificate fees and haze the rec eihts detposited in this office by February
3.
Blanks for this purpose may ire obtained in Room 105 Tappan Hall.
Office hours: 10:30-12 amri.; 2:30-3:2,0 .m.
(rch'eentKrug., Recorder.

13otaitical Seumiar:
Botanical Seminar meets Tuesday, January 17, at 4:30 o'clock, Bi 1139
N.S. Building. Paper by J. B. Pollock "The Amount of the Last Down ward
Shift of Sea Level on the Island of Oahu, Hawaian Islands."
B. X. Davis.
Physics Colloquium:
Dr. G. F. Brett will speak on "Causality in Modern Physics" at 4:15
Tuesday, January 17, in Room 1041, East Physics B~uilding. All interestedl are
cordially invited. W. F. Colby.
Comedy Club:
'Ensian picture will be taken Friday, January 20, at Rentschler's Studio
at 12:05 o'clock instead of this noon.
Roy G~. Curtis, President.
Geological Journal Club:1
r't'here will be a meeting in Room 4065 N.S. at: 7:30 p.m., on Thursday,
January 19. Mr.Chapman will speak on "Theories Regarding the Formation1
of Dunes," and Mr. Sensitius on "What Is a Dune?"
X. W. Senstius, Secretary.
Landscape Club:
Meeting will be held on Wednesday, January 18, at 7 :30 p.m. The
spring trip will be discussed. Geo. It. Kraneniberg.

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Students who lavcor Si it 15 1 V'e French and Spanish exams take
their Spanish exams at -iIt -h r regarmi, limary 28, pin. Th(:y will beexc-
amninedl in French January W .,Room 200 SW.
1. S. 1'arg'illent.
Thes(~iscrit icisills a ad .'r' s may heuobtin ed in 1I.+.1c:. next Frmiday be-
tween the Hours, of 11:1t;an nd4pm
The final exami111t inn wi, Ie 'irasiiliris : A-11illinNat ial Science
Auditorium, I-1? in 25 Alot iI sl I. { -%in I'0'15 Angell H al11.
~. 11. H ol macs.
Zoology I Leed ire:
There wii i b w)1 ,tlr'lii'iii /Aoilog4y I ronlTniiay. .Iawiry 17.
G~eorg'e It. La ile.
I'llrsi( 5-- Final F XII Iii ia i 411
The finial examinat ion inll 'yi4jr's 5 will he g ivenl on Saturda, January 28,
from 7 to 10 p.m., in the Wc(st Lect ure boom, WestlPhysi cs Building.
];. Kheyit.
Geology I1:
'The supplement ary examinaition for those who missed the written quiz
of January 11 will he givf.T ulnr,,day, Jianuary 19 at 4 o'clock in Rloomi
3056 N.S.
1. 1). Scott.
History 5:
Final examination Wedlnesday Janu ary 25, 9-12 o'clock. Mr. Heyns'
sectionls meet inl West Gallenry of Alumni MVemorial 1-all; Mr. McGee's in
NatunralI Science Auadit oriuma; Mr. Scott 'i in Room 1025 Anugell H all.
I1'reston 1Slossoii.
Nath and Solid Geouzeriy:
The final examination in my sect ion of Mathi 5, Tuesday andl Thursday at
11 o'clock, will be held Thur'sday evening, January 19 from 7:30 to 9:30
o'clock in Room 317, West Engineering Building, instead of Wednesday as prev-
iously announced. Those who cannot he present at this time should see me
at once. I. 4J. Thompson.
Capital Puunishleut:
Prof. Arthur E. Wood will lecture Tuesday, Jlanuary 17 at 4:15 o'clock
in Rioom 231 Angell Hlall on "Capital Punishment," under the auspices of
the Tolstoy League. The public -is invited. C. Stillmanu.
U. of N. Reserve Band:
Rehearsal tonight at 7 o'clock sharp. Important dertailu of the coining
semester's program will be gone over. E'very member must be there without
fail. Niholas I). Falconue, Director.
U.' of 31. Band :
Formation today at 5:30 p.m., at Morris I-ail to go to Detroit to play
for the Hockey game. Full uniform.
R., A. C'ampbell, Faculty Manager.
ltaion Franecase:
Anyone interested in a vacancy at the Maison Francaise please see Miss
Lloyd during the comning week. Alice C. Lloyd.
Business Administratlon Lecture:
Mr. Thorndike Deland of New iYork, executive personnel and placement
specialist for department: strs ill deliver a lecture on the subject, "Pro-
curing Executives for Depar ie n.t lorest,'' in 191 E'onomics Building, at 4: 15
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 per' sonnel problems. All are invited.
('. F. Griffin.
Tihere will be a ine''ing I Vtad c iii ain sh of Owliemacvit NDInsti-
tute of 14lectrical Enginrs IFoi ci e:sd{ly., January 18 at 19 am., in Room 348
West Engineerring i ng .Ali. Iis,'. I,Iames of' tle \esiingl ouise hectric
anmd Manufact uring C'l pr.'i1i1 tw k m pn thle subject 0f "Ill (1ist1 iial
Motor Contr'ol .'" S ii' i ll u or"il in I':ie'tI'h'alI i xlelm ~a y he <?x-j
cured from heir ''c , - 'owfeil ti:: licire.
1e~aaiII 1. BIiley.
L.. V 'an inyl. {

French i1 1 UII(1III:
:studentsa in F'vnch 11 -nd 1ll will he examuined at the same time as those
in French 1, 2, 31, 32, that i, Januarmy 23, a.mn.

Men's Physical Education Club:I
The fourth meeting of the Men's Physical Education Club will be held
Wednesday evening, January 18, at 8 o'clock in Room 20 Waterman Gymnna-
siumn. All members and faculty of the four-year course in Physical Edu-
cation are expected to be present. Mr. L. M. Post, Director of Health Edu-
cation of the Detroit School system will be the speaker.
11. S. Jones, Secretary.
(quarterdeck:
A meeting of the Quarterdeck Club will be heldl at. the Union, Tulesd,(rl
January 17, at 7:30 o'clock, in Room 130k ~ .
t. ).Weton Ii-: ie:'
aLuncheon andl special mleeting at the union Tunesday, .Januar'y 47, at 12:15
o'clock. lpayneIt. Sc'hroder'.
Atlelphi House of Replre ,eetatives :
The last meeting of the semester wxill lbe heIl this eveninlg wheni fres l-
m:nca representa lives will discuss the Int ernational Drat11Bill favor'(d by the
A merican Legion. Insta 11atil of officers ailad thec'omnplem ion of1the(1&'=
Iflonl for the coining senme'll st em' wiiIlibe hold (daring I Iheclo ed sess.ion.
Rlobert 3. t (ess11er, huSlwhler.
Ali in : t
S There wvill be a mneeting, tonight at 7.-30(1 o'cloc'k. Theb progran will ,o l-
sist: of the first round of inter-class debates. The lusimmess mlecting will be3
important because o1' the election of officers an lb er Special business. Thle
'E'nsian pic'ture will be dilsplayed for those who wish to purchase one.j
Lyle i.I',. iS%'VIIHII, P ei h'C t1l('f
11 ('ircolo lhllianm, :
There wiii he a meeting of 11 Circolo I taliano on Wednesiday at 4 : 5
p.m. in 1209 Angell Hall. Professor McLaughlin will give a tall,, tI' l-
ject of wvhich is "Hei'e anti There in Italy.'' AllI persons i ntei'ested are 1
cordially invitedl.
A. D)i Giulilo, President.
311chigan Dailies:
There will be the regular meeting of the Michigan Damel this evening,
Tuesday, January 17, in the Faculty Rooms, 226 South Ingalls at 8 o'clock.f
All wives of students and their friends are cordially invited t(o be present.
Refreshments will be servedl. 3lrs. Zora, Aebb, President.
J-Hop Independents:
Booth I Engineering will meet Tuesday January 17 at 7:30 p~mu, in Room
304 of the Union. IF. Gillig.
J-Hlop Independents :
Booths II and III Engineering will meet Tuesday, January 17 at 8:30
p.m., in Room 304 of the Union.
Frank Climigami.
Jlohn 3Maurer.

Tea chers' (l1erihicat-es :
Blanks for the lpaymcint of the Teacher's Certificate foe may now be se-
curedC~ at the office of the School of Educat ion. All students in) oexp)ect to be0
recommended for the Teacher's ('ert ificate at the e snd iof the present senmestem'
must pay their fees andl return thiem' 'eceipts to time Recorder, School of
Education, by February 3.
Office hours: 10:380-1.2 a.m. 2: 30-3 :30 p.m.
Gretchen hm'ug, Recordem'.
Bureaun of Appointments: Y, 0, P', anid 1:
All candidates enr'olledl wit h the Bureau of Appointments wxho.we names be-
gin with N, 0, P, or Q are requested to call at the office, Room 10)2, Tappan Hall,
for intem'views this week. Office hours for this purp~ose will be held from 0
to 12 a.m. andl 2 to 4 p.m., Janiuary 17, 18, 19, amnd 20.
Hlellenm Slianua ugh, Secretary.
East, Engineering Building Staffs:
The monthly meeting and noon luncheon is today, January 17.
E. l1. Baker.
Executive Staff Hlospital:
There will be a meeting of the Executive Staff on Tuesday evening, Jan-
uary 17 at 7:3~0 p.m., in Room 2040 Administrative Puilding, University Hlos-
pital.
Secreary.g list, of topics: Tar. Peterson: "Question of Vaccination."
C. I). C'amip, Secretary.
, ;, lalogy of Education-1O and 11 o'clock Sections:
There will be a special meeting of Psychology of Education, 10 and 11
o cloeck set ions5, in I ucom 408 of1 the ibratry fromn 7 Ito o'clc£k on. TIuesda~y
evollniii, . an anm y 17. to disiors ou alplica t ox'.; of -the principles of -lenta I
i I 'Icmm. T' l'h e poiiss wOl.",,he meting is to supplenment the work of (the
"l ass per WcIl. At tend Inoe is itionial.
tlo warld tM ('('Jim ky
ShQ,-1inn Delta ('1i:
T1'me ' Fis ian ph'tumrc will be taken at 12 :10) o'clock at; Rentscmler's
st mlioi. X All iihiers stioii Id I'.licm'her
K. ('. Paatrich~, Prmesident.
At '.Sila xxvii Ii nit ii''f hi';; i Ia s at.W2 O'ti('ii today. "To esdavl, .Janunary
i IT tlmis seCctiouil xxiii unset inmstear l n Wednesday, J anuary 18, 2 p. in.
31.11. Sellati..

jMore hani 600 eople who should'
have classified ma courses for the com7-
ing semester failed to do so, a check-
up of the blanks in tihe recorders of.-
lice for the Collegte of Literaturme,
Science and~ the Arts revealed today.:
Thmese people will have to wait until
the r'egular registration period for
the second semester, andl at that time
will have to pay tme penmalty which is
levied upon those who fail to classify
at the appointed time.
The work of classification this year
was hmandled in a different way and all
officials have declared themselves
well-pleased with the way in which
the system functioned. The new plant
of disposing of some of the registra-
tion procedure by allowing the stu-
dents to 'sign in their classes for con-
tinuation courses proved itself a suc--
cess, it is believed, and it is probable
that the plan will be continued with
some minor changes in practice.
Prof. Daniel L. Rich is the chair-"'
man of the committee on classifica-
Lion fou' the College of Lit eraturo,
Scion co acmid thle Arts, an('[ it, was underI
lis dlirectionl that the new plainalO",
evolvxed andl aduninist ered. The foiuda-
b omm's for the newv system iwere laidc
early ill the spring sealest ,or of las;t
year, anad thle committ e (rew lib-
erally oin past experiences, and on the
vies of (f aculty men andl many stu-
(lents5 on the c'anmpus.
State str'eet,, Chic,-ago, will soon be
the world's most.hmilliant White Way.
rSeventy specially designed standards
wvill car'ry 2,000 watts, or 13,000 candle
power .Mazda lamps.

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Fraternity and Indepenident J-llop 1 hotht Chairmn:
It is nece'ssary that those in -charge of the booth arrangements for the
J-Hop in both the fraternity and independent groups call at Dean Bursley's
office as soon as possible and obtain copies of the J-Hap rules for their
groups.
The pledge contained in the rules must be properly signed and returned
to Dean Bursley's office not later than January 21.
This matter should be given immediate attention.
Rl. L. Petrie, Chairman, J-Hop Booth Committee.
J-1hp Indepenidents :
There will be a meeting of ail Independents of the Business Adminis-
tration Independent Booth on Tuesday, January 17, at 7:30 p.m., in Room 316
of the Michigan Union. Final arrangements will be made.
A. R. Collin.
J-Ilop Favors:
Favors will be available at the side desk at the Union Tuesday and
Wednesday from 2 to 5 p.m. Tickets must be presented in order to secure
favors. Booth a'ssignments will also be made at the same time.
Robert J1. Gessner, Chairman of the Favors Committee.
1)eiionstration (of lVori: in Phy3sicafl Eduication1:j
Your attetcitn0 is called to a demonstration of regulam' class xvork given by
the Major School of hi mvical Educeat ion on 'lueslai x'e x'emung_, Januam'y 17.
at 71:30 *p.111.1in lBaiholi' Cui- o
Hose S'tras ser.
Buin r'iIl~le's-\ l"1'4 l'S~IuiGroUP:
There wxiil be a niC't ing of In\lr.. E. Jur:8tey's group ait, his house rf'ues-.
(lay eveningJ1anuar y 1 7, iusul HoIiur1. 1'lea so catll hli if you can tuot camie.
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Nana ...............Lucette Moulin
Recan ........William M, Lewis, Jr.
D~iane ............. Phyliss Loughton
Bmrissac ......... Thomas J. Dougall
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