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TEN THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY,

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DAILY-OFCILBULLETIN
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.)
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Volume S.

FRIDAY, JANUARY 20.

Number 90.

Driving Permits:
All students desiring special permission to operate a motor vehicle for the
recess period (February 3, noon, to February 6, 8 a.m.), should apply at the
office of the Dean of Students between 10 and 12 a.m.
All students who desire permits to drive during the regular session should
apply at the office of the Dean of Students between 1:30 and 3:50 p.m.
J. A. Bursley, Dean of Students.
Driving Permits:r
Students who already have permits to operate motor vehicles during the
school year need not register their cars for the period beginning noon, Friday,
February 3 and ending Monday, 8 a.m., February 6.
J. A. Buarsley, Dean of Students.
Brosseau Foundation :
There will be a meeting of the committee on' the administration of the
Brosseau Foundation on Friday, January 20, at 2 p.m., in Room 2, University
Hall.
Students applying for loans from this Foundation should present them-
selves before the committee at this time.
J. A.Bursley, Dean. I
Notice to all Possessors of Keys for Rotany Departnxent, Natural Science
Building: 4
In pursuance of the Regents legislation with regard to keys, I will be
in Mr. W. F. Jewell's Office, Room 2011 on Friday from i to 5 p.m., for the pur-
pose of stamping and re/ording keys. All those of the Botany Department
having keys for Natural Science, kindly call at above room.
H. Glenn Bixby, Building and Grounds Department.

section on Wednesday a.m., January 25, and the 2 o'clock section Wednesday
a.m., February 1. This supersedes previous notice's. H. P. Ti'ueme.
Political Science 31, Professor Hayden's Section:
I.shall meet my section in Political Science 31 at the regular hour this
morning. J. I. Hayden.
Military Science 1:
Final examination will be held in Room 348 West Engineering Building
tonight 7 to 10 o'clock. It. B. Turner.
Comedy Club:
'Ensian picture will be taken today, January 20, at 12:05 o'clock at Rent-
schler's Studio.
Roy G. Curtis, President.
Aeronautical Society:
All members of the Aero Society meet at Spedding's Friday noon at 12:30
o'clock for the 'Ensian picture.
It. W. Miller, President.
Portia Literary Society:
The play cast, comprising of Tennant, Fine, Banfield, Soule and Neu-
becker, will meet in the Portia Room at 4 o'clock today.
Mary Kent-Miller, Chairman.
Phi Kappa Phi
There will be a meeting of the Executive Committee at the office of Dean
H-uber in the Graduate School on Saturday, January 21, at 4 p.m.
R. S. Swinton, Secretary.

Univ rsity Lecture:
Professor Robert
Queen of Scots" at
Science Auditorium.

S. Rait. of Glasgow University will lecture on "Mary,
4:15 p.m., Friday, January 20, 1928, in the Natural
The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins.

Jean Gros French 3larionettes: ple attended this concert, and accord-
Play Production Classes are sponsoring the engagement of this well- ing to Robert A. Campbell, faculty
known company of artists now on their sixth American tour. They will ap- manager of the band, formed one of
pear in two performances in Hill Auditorium, Thursday, February 2. A the most appreciative audiences that
special matinee at 3:45 p.m., will feature Mark Twain's "Adventures of the band has ever had. After the con-
Huckleberry Finn." At night, "The Blue Bird" by the Belgian poet, Maurice cert, most of the men in the band re-
Maeterlinck will be given with complete musical acevompaniment. This is utrned to Ann Arbor on special buses
an unusual opportunity for students of the theater to see artists of interna- which were provided by the heads of
tional reputation in these unique presentations, the school. Six members remained
Earl E. Fleischman, Manager. and played for a dance which was
Men Graduate Students in English: hool afterards by ote ornurses,
Men Graduate Students in English: Luncheon at the Union, Saturday, Northville school is one for the de-
January 21, 1928, at 12:30 o'clock. Notify me promptly. linquent children of Wayne county and
J. 11. hauford. is maintained by that county.

Members of the Fiwulty:
An inquiry has been received at this office relative to lecturing at a West-
ern Summer School by some member of the faculty on his way West during
June or July, If any are interested, please communicate with the under-
signed,.:
F. E. Bobbins.
Faculty, College of Literauire, Science, and the Arts:
Owing to conflicting dates, there will be no January meeting of the
Faculty of the Literary College. John . Effinger.
Faculty and Students, College of Literature, Science and the Arts:
,At this time it might be well to recall that according to Faculty action
t students above the freshman year may by unanimous request have their final
examinations in any given course conducted under the honor system. This
regulation has been in effect for a number of years.
The'faculty has further provided that all examinations except those undert
the honor 'system be rigorously patrolled and that dishonesty be punished
drastically with dismissal as the ordinary penalty.

SANDERS WRITES
PHILOLOGY NOTE
Two articles by members of the
University staff are included in the
current number of Classical Philo-
logy, national' magazine of philolo-
gists. One by Prof. H. A. Sanders is
on 'The Birth Certificate of a Roman
Citizen," and the second, by Prof.
James E. Dunlap is entitled "Florile-
gium of the letters of Semmachus."
The article by Professor Sanders is
about a wax tablet of 128 A. D. in
the University collection already de-
scribed by Prof. Francis Kelsey in
the "Transactions of the American
Philologzcal Association," and con-
cerns itself with the record ofaa
Roman birth.

PENIMAKERS

Very soon you will require a

Rie06 asterpen"
The pen that won't balk or run dry in the middle
of an Exam. Superior writing qualities. Large ink
capacity. The pen that will not wear out or get out
of order easily.
Guaranteed and serviced by the makers. No delays.

John I, Effinger.

Faculty of the School of Education:
Dr. Hugh Cabot will address the staff at the weekly luncheon, Monday,
January 23. C. Q.Davis, Secretary.

Rider's Pen Shop

M ,nC Y ti 7. 4i t'

SERVIC E

1harmacy Facuyty:
There will be a meeting of the Faculty of the College of Pharmacy
morrow at 4:10. o'clock in Room '121, Chemistry Building.
C. C. Glover, Secretary.

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Bureau of Appointments: N, 0, P, and Q:
All candidates enrolled with the Bureau of Appointments whose names be-
gin with N, O, P, or Q, and who have not called at the office for personal in-
terviews this week should do so today or tomorrow during the following
hours: 9 to 12 a.m. and 2 to 4 p.m.
1helenii Shuambaugh.

-GRANGER' S

D A NCING

Tonight and

Saturday

Night

Chemistry 3-1-Make Up Examination:
Ail examination for those who missed the test on January 17 will
given today, January 20, at 4 p.m., in Room 122 Chemistry Building.
D. M. Lichty.

9 to 1

be

1 per couple

Library Science, Course .222
Students who contemplate taking Course 222 (seminar in Special Admin-
istrative and Bibliographical Problems) will please meet Mr. Bishop in the
Librarian's office in the morning of Saturday, January 21, at 9 a.m.
Will. W. Bishop.
Philosophy 31A-Finual Examination:
The class will be divided for the examination as follows: Women in
Nwberry Hall, men in Natural Science Auditorium. John Kuiper.
Eugene E. Rovillain French 101:
The sections of French 101 at 8 a.m., and 2 p.m., of Prof. Rovillain, an-
nounced in the bul-letin to be examined on Wednesday, January 25, must have
their examinations according to the regular schedule, namely 8 o'clock

Two big week-end, dances, bigger and
better than ever. These pleasant dances are
made. so by ideal surroundings and a fine
orchestra.
DANCING EVERY

Wednesday, Friday and Saturday

Granger's Academy

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It was just about the most finished, polished and altogether heart-warming Collegiate musical comedy seen here in years, and furnishes a high goal
for rival organizations to shoot at-The Philadelphia Record, Dec. 30, 1927.

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Cast Includes
Boul .................Robert Wetzel
Police Sergeant .....Wallace Baxter
The Rat ...:.............Roy Cl rtis
Arlette .............Leone Lee
Maximillian Gobin... Samuel Bonnell
Nana ................Lucette Moulin
Recan.......William M. Lewis, Jr.
Diane...........Phyliss Loughton
Brissac .........Thomas J. Dougall
Blonde..........".Alfred Foster
Pere Chevillon .... Frederick Randall

BY AUSTIN STRONG

The Dramatic Event of the Theatrical Season

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