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IL OFFICIL UL
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive noticet
of the University. Copy received by the Assistan
dent until 3 °3n m Lu V f,

in the University Fresh Air Camp. Will applicants apply at the main History 92: A. S. C. E.
II fdesk Lane Hall, fo r blanks and further information. A fifth quiz section has been opened Saturday at 9 o'clock, room Regular monthly meeting of the
Ii,.i i. Graton 1025 Angell Hal. Late registrants should elect this, and persons already American Society of . Civil Engi-
registered who may wish to change to the new section may arrange neers at the Michigan Union, Wed-
All Campus Forum: this with Mr. Sawyer. nesday Feb. 13, 1929, at 7:45 P. M.
to all members Election of officers for the second
t to the Presi- Paul B. Andeson, Director Russian Correspondence School of the: Preston Siosson ectinffrsArAthe second
n rme tr il ld th nrnt l A eev ___.. . -

ukuu u'wt a~au p. . sr:3u a. inbatu.r ta1 ) 1orth American Y. M. C. A. will discuss the Forum's topic, "Looking
On Life," at Lan | Hall 4:00 p. m., Thursday. All men and women are
Vol. 39. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1929 NO. 96 invited. 1 This course will meet Thursday, Feb. 14, at 2:15 to 4:15 in Room
The Forum Committee 303 General Library.
A. E. Wood
University Loan Committee: M. S. 12 Signal Corps:
The University Loan ComUmitte wil neet on Saturday, February! Section II will meet in room 222 W. Engineering Building at one Assignment of Desks in General Chemisry: Chemistry 3, 6, and SE:
16, at 9:00 a. in., in Room 2, University Hlail. p. m. today. Each student must obtain TWO $5 Chemical Laboratory Couponst
All students applying for leans should call at the offce of the R. T. Schlosberg at the Office of the University Treasurer, and then report at the first
Dean of Students to arrange for an apointmnent with the Committee. possible laboratory period assigned to his section after the opening of
J. A. Bursley, Chairman LateaRegistration, Change of Elections, College of Literature, Science, the semester. No desk can be given out without the coupons.
--_____,and the Arts;: FI. F. Weatherll
French Lecture: During the present week members of the Upperclass Advisory Com- _.__._____r___
The fourth lectu e on the Cercle Francais program will be given mittee will maintain office hours as indicated below. Sophomores are Arabic Phonetics:
Wednesday, February 13, at 4:15, in Room 1025, Angell Hall, by Pro- required to have late elections and changes of elections approved by the Semitics 170, General Linguistics 170, 2 hours credit, will be given this
fessor C. B. Vibbert on: "La Vie de 'etudiant American en France." Committee. Juniors and Seniors are urged to follow the same pro- semester. Meeting for determination of hours Wednesday Feb 1 3
Rene Talamon cedure. If possible, select an Adviser from the department of your o'clock, 2016 A. H-.
major interest. Appointments may be made at the booth opposite the
New Students: Recorders Office, Room 4, University Hall. W.. Worrell
Students registering in the University for the first time must report Upperclass Advisory Committee, Geology 31:
at Room 429, West EngineeringBedr.t F.or t f , t mut reor . UPPERCLASSADVISERSTY Students enrolled in this course will meet for the first time at the
at oo 42,estEninerig Bd. on Feb. 13, 14, or 15, to have their 11. ASTRONOMY
pictures taken. Hours: 8 a. m.-12 m. and 1:30 -- 5:00 p. m. Prof. D. B. McLaughlin, TuWTh 3-4, Observatory j lecture hour on Friday of this week.
J. A. Bursley Prof. W. C. Rufus, MF 9-10, 1204 A. 1. W. H. Hobbs

NVIIWcll.e e LI1 a s.U 1,111 S i me.
L. D. Kirshner.
Women's Education Club:
Professor Edmonson, Dean of the
School of Education, will speak on
Professional Ethics' to the mem-
bers of the Women's Education
Club at their meeting this after-
noon at 4 o'clock In the Woman's
Athletic Building.
Greta Wallington.
Forestry Club:
There will be an important meet-
ing Wednesday evening, February
13, at 7:30, in Room 2042. Arthur
W. Stace will speak on "Public Re-
lations In Forestry."
W. C. Branch, Presid'nt.

Eighth Choral Union Conce t:
Sergei Rachmaninoff, pianis', will be heard in the Choral Union
concert series in Hill Auditorium Wednesday night, February 13, at
8:15 p. m. sharp, in the following program:,
Mozart: Sonata, No. 14; Scarlatti: Sonata, D-minor-Sonata, C-
major; Schumann: Carnaval; Chopin: Noctu:_ne, Valse, Ballade; Rach-
maninoff: Moment Musical; Kreisler-Rachmaninoff: Liebesfreud.
The public is respectfully requested to come on time, as the doors
will be closed during numbers. Holders of course tickets are also re-
quested to detach, before leaving home, and present for admission only
Coupon No. 8, marked "Rachmaninoff".
Parking will be restricted as usual. Taxis and autos may unload and
load, at either side entrance. Local and interurban buses will park in
front of and at the right of the Auditorium on North University Avenue.
Charles A. Sink
Choral Union Ushers:
Ushers are requested to report at the usual time tonight.
W. A. Davenport
Twilight Organ Recital:
Palmer Christian, University organist, will give the following pro-
gram in Hill Auditorium, Wednesday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock. The
general public is invited to attend, with the exception of small children.
No admission charge.
Hollins: Concert Overture in C mino'; Debussy-Christian: Reverie;
Kreisler: Concert Caprice; Taylor: Dedication (from the Suite "Through
a Looking-Glass"); Rameau: Minuet; Bach: Toccata and Fugue in D
minor; Gigout: Scherzo; Rimsky-Korsakoff: Hymn to the Sun; Franck:
Choral in A minor.
Charles A. Sink
Business Administration Moving Picture:
The ninth of the School of Business Administration's moving pic-
ture programs will be held in Natural Science Auditorium at 4:05 p. M.,
Wednesday, February 13. Please note that the program will begin 10
minutes earlier than many afternoon meetings. The following films
will be shown:
The World's Telephone Workshop (photographic side-lights of un-
usual manufacturing processes)--1 reel.
Short Cuts to Quantity (a few examples of achievements of mass
production qf telephones without sacrifice to quality)-1 reel.
Something About Switchboards (showing the unusual processes in
fabricating and installing equipment for a telephone exchange)-1 reel.
The Electrical Transmission of Speech (a graphic presentation of
the fundamentals involved in the transmission and reception of voice
over wire circuits)-1 reel.
Putting a Telephone Together with Trick Photography-1 reel.
All persons interested are invited to attend these programs which
are designed particularly to give business students background material.
Carl N. Schmalz
University Women,
All women students who have changed addresses for the second
semester will please report the new address at the Office of Advisers
before February 16.
Grace Richards

2. BACTERIOLOGY
Prof. M. H. Soule, MTuWTF 2-5, 2548 E. Med.
3. BOTANY
Prof. J. H. Ehlers, MWF 10-11, 3010 N. S.
Prof. J. B. Pollock, TuTh 10-11, 2012 N. S.
4. CHEMISTRY
Prof. L. C. Anderson, MF 8-9, TuWTh 9-10, 278 Chem.
5. ECONOMICS
Prof. Z. C. Dickinson, MTuWThF 3-4, 204 Econ.
' 6. ENGLISH
Prof. J. B. Moore, MTuWThF 10-11, 2222 A. .I
7. FINE ARTS
See Departmental Representative
8. GEOGRAPHY
Prof. P. E. James, MTuF 10-11, 13 A. H.
Mr. E. C. Prophet, WTh 10-11, 19 A. HI.
9. GEOLOGY
Prof. C. W. Cook, MWF 2-3, TuTh 9-10, 4051 N. S.
10. GERMAN
Prof. N. L. Willey, MF 11-12, TuTh 10-11.
or
Prof. J. W. Scholl, W 9-10, 305 W. II.
11. GREEK
Prof. W. E. Blake,
or MWF 9-10, TuTh 11-12, 2030 A. H.
Prof. B. D. Merritt
12. HISTORY
Prof. P. W. Slosson, MWF 3-4, 4001 A. H.
Mr. B. W. Wheeler, TuTh 11-12, 1204 A. I.
13. LANDSCAPE DESIGN
Prof. H. O. Whittemore, MTuWThF 9-10, 401 S. W.
j 14. LATIN
! Prof. J. E. Dunlap, TuWThF 11-12, 2028 A. H.
15. LIBRARY
Prof. C. B. Joeckel, MTuTh 1-2, W 3-4, F 9-10, 311 Lib.
16. MATHEMATICS
Mr. T. E. Raiford, MF 1-2, TuTh 10-11, W 8-9, 3006 A. 1.
17. MILITARY SCIENCE
Prof. R. H. Lord, MF 11-12, TuW 1-2, Th 10-11, Office ROTC
18. MINEROLOGY
Prof. W. F. Hunt, M 3-4, TuTh 11-12, W 9-10, 3081 N. S.
19. PHILOSOPHY
Mr. J. Kuiper, MWF 4-5, Tu 11-12, Th 3-4, 204 S .W.
20. PHYSICS
Prof. E. F. Barger, MTuWThF 2-3, 1063 E. Phys.
21. POLITICAL SCIENCE
Prof. E. S. Brown, M 3-4, Tu 2-3, WTh 10-11, F 11-12, 2032 A.
22. .PSYCHOLOGY
Prof. C. H. Griffitts, MTuWThF 3-4, 4129 N. S.
23. RHETORIC AND JOURNALISM
Prof. R. W. Cowden, MWF 2-3, 3228 A. H.
Prof. A. R. Morris, TuTh 2-3, 3226 A. H.
24. ROMANCE LANGUAGE
25 Mr. H. M. Sewell, MWF 10-11, TuTh 3-4, 405 R. L.
2.SEMITICS
See Adviser in Greek.
26. SOCIOLOGY
Prof. L. J. Carr, TuWTh 9-10, 108 Econ.
27. SPEECH
Prof. G. E. Densmore, MWF 11-12, TuTh 10-11, 4202 A. H.
28. ZOOLOGY
Prof. P. S. Welch, ThF 11-12, 4089 N. S.
Prof. P. O. Okkelberg, TuW 11-12 3089 N S

Geology 154:
The first meeting of the class will occur Wednesday at 1 o'clock,
in my office at the Natural Science Building.
W. It. Hobbs
Education F 48h Advanced Football:
This class meets in Room 21 Waterman Gymnasium, Tuesdays and
Thursdays at 8 o'clock.
E. E. Wieman
Education D. 106. The Teaching of Zoology:
The course will meet at 11 Wednesday, Feb. 13, in room 2116, N. S.
Those having a conflict for that hour should file a copy of their program
with me before 11 Wednesday.
George R. La Rue
Philosophy 106:r
The class in Contemporary Metaphysics will meet at 1 o'clock instead
of 2 o'clock on MWF.
Otis H. Lee
Zoology 1 (Friday at 10 Recitation):
My section meeting Friday at 10 in Room 3116, N. S., will recite
Friday on the first 13 pages of "Principles of Animal Biology," and
Exercise I of the Laboratory work.

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Notice:
There will be a meeting of all
women who wish to try out for the
Michiganensian editorial staff, 4:15
Wednesday at the Press Building.
Second semester Freshmen are
eligible who have one A and the
rest at least C's.
Mildred Frandsen,
Wonen's Editor.
Sigma Gamma Epsilon:
There will be a luncheon at the
Union Thursday at 12:15.
C. H. Riggs, Secretary.
Scabbard and Blade:
There will be a regular meeting
Wednesday, Ffb. 13, at 7:00 in the
Union.
C. E. Staff.
Phi Epsilon Kappa:
Very important meeting Wei.. at
eight P. M., Feb. 13, at Intramural
quested to be present.
building. Every member is re-
Daniel Rose.

Phi Lambda Upsilon:
Business meeting Thursday, Feb.
24, at 7:30 in room 300, of. the

A. Franklin Shull Cihem. Bldg. There will be elec-
tion of new members. All mem-
Geography 33: bers are urged to be present.
Students taking this course who ,have not yet arranged for a quiz F. D Smith, President.
section will see me- in Room 222 'Angelr Hall on Thursday, February 14,
between land 3 p. m. Chi Delta Phi:
H. M. Kendall The Chi Delta Phi meeting
postponed to Wednesday evening,
Philosophy 206. Seminar in Logic: February 20, on account of the
Meeting to arrange hours Feb. 15, 4 p. m,, 303 Mason Hall, concert.

DeWitt H. Parker
English 178:
This class will meet Wednesday in Room 103 Romance Language
Building.

Louisa Butler, President.
Gargoyle Editorial Staff and Try-
outs:
There will be an important
meeting of the Gargoyje editorial

Louis . Bredvold start and tryouts at fout-thirty this
H._ _afternoon.
Geography 110: Philip M. Crane, Editor.
Students in this course who have not yet arranged for quiz sections
will see me in Room 19 AH between 12:30 and 2:0 p. m. on Wednesday, Gargoyle Business Staff and Try-
Fb 13lnr ! outs:.

re ruary w
O. E. Guthe
Courses in Mathematics, Meetings to Arrange 'Horrs:
Z. Solid Geometry for entrance . Wednesday, 4 p. m. Room 13 East
Hall. J. J. Corliss.
!06. Advanced Differ'ential Equations. Thursday, 12 noon. Room 21
East Hall. C. E. Love.
158. Calculus of Variations. Wednesday, 4 p. m. Room 13 East i ?1-.
D. K. Kazarinoff.
204. Theory of Functions of a Real Variable. First meeting, Wednes-
da. Fe 13_ aJt 11 arm R L n m West n inerin d

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Possible changes in hours will be discussed. T. H. Hildebrant.
Women's Athletic Building Reservations: Juior and Senor Students in the College of Engineering: 216. General Theory and Applications of Thebycheff Polynomials II.
The Women's Athletic Building is available for all women's campus Through an unfortunate omission, the usual foot-note did not Friday, 4 p. m. Room 319 West Engineering Bldg. .J. A. Shohat.
organizations. Reservations are made through pe-sonal application to appear in the Special Announcement in the statement of the English 238. Advanced Stability. Thursday, 4 p. m. Room 13 East Hall. D. K.
the Physical' Education Secretary in Barbour Gymnasium. cou ses. Students must choose Courses 5, 6, or 14, to satisfy the require- Kazarinoff.
Margaret Bell ment for junior or senior English.
J. Raleigh Nelson Sociology 102 (Immigration):
Assistants, Department of Mathematics: A larger room (101 Ec) has been obtained for this course. Those
There will be a meeting of all assistants in the department Wednes. Engineering Students, and Others Interested: who have been excluded may now secure admission, should they so
day, Feb. 13, at 7:30 p. in. in 3200 Angell Hall. Since this meeting is Engineering Mechanics 14, STRESS ANALYSIS IN MACHINE desire.
called to arrange the laboratory schedule and to assign instructors for PARTS, will meet Wednesday and Friday, 5-6, in Room 340 West . R.. H Holmes
this semester it is important that all be pesent. Engineering Building. The first meeting of the group will be Wednes-
Morris F. Lipcovit. Assistat day, Feb. 13. History 42:
Engineering Mechanics 15, THEORY OF THIN BARS, THIN PLATES History 42 will meet in room 1025 for lecture on Wednesday.
To All Faculty Men: AND SLABS, will not be given this semester. Ernest G. Hildner
The Faculty Men's Gym. Class, devoted principally to the playing Engineering Mechanics 16, SEMINAR IN THEORY OF ELASTICITY,-
of Volley Ball, is to be organized, meeting probably twice a week in will meet on Thursday, 4-5, Room 340 West Engineering Bldg. The Mathematics 282:
late afternoon in the new Intramural Sports Building. The Intramural first meeting will be Thursday, Feb. 14. Seminar in Differential Geometry. First meeting Wednesday, Feb.
Department has arranged to give the Faculty use of court and equip- Announcement concerning my other courses will be made later 13, R. 3001 A. H. at 3 p. m. Report on Einstein's new theory.
ment, also possibly coach or referee, from 4:30 to 6:00 p. m. on Mondays through this bulletin'( G. Y. Rainich

There will be an important
meeting of the entire business staff,
and tryouts. today, 'Wednesday,
February 13, at 4 o'clock. All try-
outs should report at three o'clock
for maliing out. Bring new men
Carl Fauster, Bus. Mgr.
Michiganensian Lower Staff:
There will be a meeting of the
entire lower business and editorial
staffs of the 'Ensian this after-
noon at 4:15 P. M.
J. Franklin Miller, Bus. Mgr.
Notice :
"Any department needing a cork
lined ice box 18" deep, 30" wide, and
54" high can have same by apply-
ing to the Buildings and Grounds
Office.
Buildings & Grounds Dept."
Newcomers' Section-Faculty
Woman's Club:
F The Newcomers' Section of the
FacultydWoman's Club will meet
Wednesday afternoon, February 13.
at 2:30 at the Alpha Xi Delta
house, 825 Tappan Road. The Tes-
I day Evening Play-Reading:Section
will have charge of the program.
Mrs. Paul Washke

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and Wednesdays of each week.
The game is one in which previous knowledge or experience is not
a requisite, but is one suitable to all those desirous of obtaining some
mild exercise and enjoyable physical recreation. The first meeting
will be' Wednesday, February 13th, 4:30 p. m. in the Auxiliary Gym.
Room of the Intramural Building. If sufficient interest is aroused
possibly teams will be organized from various groups and a schedule
of games will be arranged. The only expense involved is for the usual
locker fee.
For further information, phone the undersigned. Those interested,
but unable to be present the first meeting, are likewise requested to
call the undersigned.
Philip 0. Potts,
(195-University Exchange) l
Counsellors in Boys' Summer Camps:
The Students Christian Association again has established a Camp
Counsellors' Bureau to help place college students in positions as leaders'
in private and institutional camps of the Great Lakes Region. Applica-
tions when filed will be placed at the disposal of directors needing
men. Included in the present known opportunities are twelve positions

S. Timoshenko
Students Who Are Beginning Their Work in Rhetoric:
All students who are beginning work in rhetoric should write the
RHETORIC PLACEMENT EXAMINATION on Thursday, February 14,
from 4-6. Room 3213 Angell Hall.
E. A. Walter
Geography 33:
Quiz section lists for this purpose are now posted in the corridor
near room 25 Angell Hall. The reading assignment for this week is
Chapter I in James and Hall. Reprints of this Chapter are available
in the Economics Reading Room in Angell Hall. Next meeting of the
class is Friday at 10.
E. C. Prophet
Psychology 220;
Those electing this course will meet Wednesday of this week at
4:00 in room 4129 N. S., to arrange hours.,
C. H. Griffitts

Psychology 155:
Those electing this work will meet Friday of this week at 4:00, in
room 4129 N. S.
C. H. Griffitts
Mechanical Engineering 7 & 8:
Owing to the shortage of ,periods for the Monday-Friday after-
noon sections in these two classes, work will start on Friday, Feb. 15,
at 1 p. m.
The men in these classes will please report ready for work, that
is provided with instrument checks, overalls, M. E. 7 or 8 mimeographed
forms, etc.
The instrument checks are obtained as follows: Deposit one dollar
at the Treasurer's office, and you will be given a pink card. Take this
to Room 122 West Engineering Bldg. and you will be provided with
instrument checks and assigned a locker.
The M. E. 7 and M. E. 8 Laboratory Forms are available at Slaters
Book Store on State Street.
H. J. Watson

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Faculty-Alumni Dances:
The third of the series of dances
sponsored by the Faculty Women's
Club for faculty and. alumni will be
iheld at the Union on Thursday,
Feb. 14, at 9:00 p.. m,
Mrs. W. L. Badger.
Romance Club:
The meeting of the Romance
Club which was to have been held
on Thursday, Feb. 14, has been
postponed to Wed., Feb. 20.
W. F. Patterson.
Adelphi House of Representatives:
A short but important business'
session will be held in the society's
room Wednesday evening, Feb. 13,
at 7:30 o'clock.
Lawrence Ilartwig, Speaker..

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Miss Josephine Rankin in the role of The Marquise Eloise De Kesto
Miss Thelma Lewis in the role of Adrienne De Vriaac
Miss Katherine Peterson in the role of The Maid
Mr. James Cash in the role of The Compte Raoul De Vriaac

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