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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1928

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DAILY O-FFICIAL 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. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)
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Volume 8.

SATULRDAXY JAINUARY 121.

Number 91.

Huckleberry Finn." At night. "The Blue Bird" by the Belgian poet, Mauricea
Maeterlinck will be given with complete musical accvompaniment. This is
an unusual opportunity for students of the theater to see artists of interna-
tional reputation in these unique presentations.
Earl E. Fleischmian, Manager. t
Political Science 31, American Government:
Sections in Political Science will meet as follows for the examinationI
this afternoon:
Professor Reeves's and Professor Reed's sections-Room 2003 Angelll
Hall.
Professor Hayden's and Professor Brown's sections-Room 35 Angell
Ihall.
Professor Crane's and Mr. Calderwood's 9 o'clock sections-Room 1035
Angell Hall.
Mr. Calderwood's 1 and 2 o'clock sections-Room 2225 Angell Hall.
Dr. Cuncannon's sections-Room 1025 Angell Hall.
Mr. Maddox's sections-Room 231 Angell Hall.
Mr. George's sections-Room 25 Angell Hall.
J. S. Reeves. j

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To All Men Students:
You are hereby reminded of the ruling passed by the Board of Regents
at their meeting of May 27, 1927.
"Resolved: That beginning with the University year 1927-28 all men stu-
dents in the freshman clas's be required to live in approved men's rooming
houses, and that no unmarried male student be allowed to live in an apart-
ment not under the direct supervision of a landlady in residence. The Dean
of Students is given authority to make exceptions to these regulations in
cases where in his opinion conditions warrant a departure from the rule's."
F. B. Wahr, Assistant Dean.
University iLectures :
Professor C. Caratheodory of the University of Munich, will lecture on:
"Applications of Lebesgue Integrals to Analysis, Geometry and,
Mechanics," on Wednesday and Thursday, January 25 and 26 and on "Theory
of Functions of two Independent Variables" on Friday, January 27.
The lectures will be given in Room 1035 Angell Hall at 4 p.m.
W. B. Ford.
,acuity, Colleges vf Engineering and Architecture:r
There will be a meeting of the faculty of these Colleges on Tuesday,
January 24, at 4:15 p.m., in Room 348, West Engineering Building.
Louis A. hopkins, Secretary.
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.
Win. IT. Bishop.
Psychology 31, Final Examination :
All students in the 3 o'clock lecture section will take their final ex-
amination in Newberry Hall Auditorium.
Students in odd numbered seats in the 11 o'clock lectur 'section will
take their examinations in University Hall Auditorium.
Students in even numbered seats in-the 11 o'clock lecture section will re-
main as asigned in the Natural Science Auditorium.
Adelbert Ford. E

University Women Wishing Work in Private Homes:
Will all girls interested in working for room and board
during second semester please call me or come in and see
Beatrice

in private homes
me at once.
IV. Johnson.

University Librarian
To Work In Vatican
William W. Bishop, University li-
Sbraran, and head of the department
of library science will sail from'New
York on Feb. 2 for Rome where le
will assist in carrying out the work
of reorganizing the Vatican library
which was started last year.
A year ago Bishop made a. survey
of the Vatican library for the Car-
negie Endowment for International
Peace. Out of that survey have
grown certain projects looking to-
ward expert aid in reorganizing some
of the Vatican library's special
branches of service.
Expert catalogue has provided for
the incunabula numbering over 6,500.
Plans are being also formulated for
a combined list of all the 60,000 manu-
scripts. Four members of the Vatican
library staff are in America for study,
two at the Library of Congress and 1
two at the University here.
A party consisting of Bishop, J.C.
M. Hanson, associate director of th e
University of Chicago libraries; and
Charles Martel, chief of the catalog
division of the Library of Congress
will make the trip leaving in Feb-
ruary.
It will be their purpose to confer
with the Vatican library authorities
on the principles and practice of
cataloging the great collection of
printed books.
Later, this party will be joined by
W. M. Randall formerly with the Uni-
versity library and possibly one or
two other American librarians. A
beginning will then be made at cata-
loging a small section of the Vatican
library trying; out the :)lans that have
been agreed upon.
Bishop plans to return to Ann Ar-
bor late in April, but the others of the
party expect to remain in Rome until
the first of June.

Choral Union:
Choral Lnion rehearsals during the period of examinations will be
held as follows:
Tuesday evening, January 24, 7 o'clock.
Tuesday evening, January 31, 7 o'clock. Sopranos and altos will join with
the tenors and basse*3 for combined rehearsals during this period. There will
be no rehearsal. on January 26 or February 2. Earl V. 3loore.
Geography 1.-All Sections:
Examination will be held February 2, at 2 p.m. (Thursday) as follows:
A to H in Room 25 Angell Hall, I to Z in Room 231 Angell Hall. Do not
bring any material except bluebook.
P. E. James.
Geography 31.-Both Sections:
Examination will be held Thursday, February 2, at 2 p.m., in Room 25,
Angell Hall. S. D. Bodge.
Zoology 1, Dr. Byerly's Sections:
My quiz sections in Zoology 1 will meet in Room 2116, N.S., for the final
examination. The examination will be held on Friday, January 27, from 2-
5 p.m., as announced in the schedule.
T. C. Byerly.

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 bulletin to be examined on Wednesday, January 25, must have
their examinations according to the regular schedule, namely: 8 o'clock
section on Wednesday a.m., January 25, and the 2 o'clock section Wednesday-
a.m., February 1. This supersedes previous notices. I. P. Thieme.
Geogmaphy 1--Prophet's Sections:
1 will be in my office from 10-12 o'clock and 1-2 o'clock on Monday, Jan-
uary 23, to return charts and papers. E. C. Prophet.
Varsity Glee Club:
The 'Ensian picture will be taken Saturday, January 21, at 5:50 p.m., at
Rentschler's Studio. Immediately thereafter, the club will repair to the
Union to take part in the Centennial Send-off program of the Alumni Asso-
ciation. Ribbons will be worn.
Theodore Louis Trost, President.
Research Club:
The January meeting of the Research Club will be held in Room 2528
East Medical Building on Wednesday, January 25, at 8 p.m. The following
papers will be given: "The Greenland Expeditions of the University of
Michigan," by Professor W. H. Hobbs; and "Research Units in Industry," by
Professor Z. C. Dickin'son.
The Council will meet at 4:30 o'clock in Room 1, Pharmacology Build-
ing. Louis I. Bredvold, Secretary.
I'Mu. 1appa Phi:
There will be a meeting of the Executive Committee at the'office of Dean
Huber in the Graduate School on Saturday, January 21, at 4 p.m.
R. S. Swinton, Secretary.
Student Volunteers:
There will be a meeting of Student Volunteers and all those interested in
Foreign Missions at Wesley Hall at 9:30 o'clock on Sunday morning. A dis-,
cussion on the first chapter of "Christian Voices Around the World," a series
of books gotten out by the Student Volunteer Movement, will be led by
Wells Thoms.
-Frances Wilson.
Upper Room Bible Class:
Upper Room Bible Class meets in the "Upper Room" in Lane Hall
this evening from 7 to 8 p.m. University men are cordially invited.
George G. Alder.
Drama Section, Faculty Women's Club:
Monday evening drama section will meet at the club house at 226 South
Ingalls, 7:30 p.m., Monday evening, January 23.
Ellene B. Byerly, Secretary.
Jean Gros French Marionettes:
Play Production Classes are sponsoring the engagement of this. well-
known company of artists now on their sixth American tour. They will ap-
pear in two performances in Hill Auditorium, Thursday, February 2. A
special matinee at 3:45 p.m., will feature Mark Twain's "Adventures of

BWR5UOH GOVERNMENT IS
..w BJECT OF REED'S TRIP
Prof. Thomas H. Reed, of the po-
litical science department, will leave
No'onday night for Pittsburgh to com-
Meate preliminary arrangements for
his work during the next semester.
HIe will return to Ann Arbor on Feb.
2 for a few days and will then go to
Pittsburgh until the opening of school
in the fall.
Professor Reed will work as advisor
to the Pennsylvania Commission on
Municipal Consolidation in Allegheny
county. His plan of borough govern-
ment for Allegheny county, in which
Pittsburgh is located, is now before
the voters of Pennsylvania. His
problem at the present time is one
pf,,securing the cooperation of all the
dommunities in that district for his
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UN1IVERSITY OF WISCONSIN,
Madison-Women's dormitories at the
university have devised the plan of
exchanging 50 guests for Sunday din-
ner with the men's dormitories.

SPECIAL RATES TO PRIVATE PARTIES
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Amerncan and Chinese Cuisine
F- 50c Luncheons Served Every Day
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Tomorrow Night.
Tomorrow Night!
Who Killed Edward Wales in
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Veiller's King of Mystery Plays
With'
MRS. RICHARD MANSFIELD
and Charles Warburton
Gala Opening
Tomorrow Night
at 8
WHITNEY THEATRE
Ann Arbor welcomes the return of the popular Rock-
ford Players. Tickets are on sale every night at the
Whitney theatre box-office from 10 a. m. on. No
tiresome waiting in line. Phone 4814.
Opening Sat. Mat. and Night, Jan. 8
The Uproarious Success "CRADLE
SNATCHERS"
Every Night, including Sunday-,Wc, 7)c, $1. Wed. lMat. Entire
House 50 cents. Sat. Mat.-50 and 70 cents.

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Cast Includes
Boul ......"..........Robert Wetzel
Police Sergeant .....Wallace Baxter
The Rat................Roy Curtis
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
Lamplighter..........Robert Manss
fT- 1- ^Se ror -.- -- --Wae C a rney

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