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Entering Women: instrument
The Advi ers of Women are r eeiving informally riday evening for The M.
all worlen new on eamtpus this sewmster. Any girl who has failed to Boor Btore
receive her invitation is urged to consider this notice as one. The hoursj
are from 8 to 11, in the Women's Athletc Building_

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checks and assigned a locker.rt
F. 7 and M. F. 8 Laboratory Forms are available at Slateri ChListia Science Society of the
on State Street, uierIty of Michigan -meets to-
. J.ht.A7:30 intheuppertroom
H. d. Wtson I fll.

Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi-
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m.. Saturday.)
Vol. 39. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1929 . . 7.
University Loan Committee:
The University Loan Committee will meet on Saturday, February,
16, at 9:00 a. M., in Room 2, University Hall.
All students applying for loans should call at the office of thes
Dean of Students to arrange for an appointment with the Committee.,
J. A. Bursley, Chairman

Mechanical Engineering 32:
Grace iharsStudents in Section I of this course will meet Friday at 4:30 p. m.
inRoo 203 EngineeingAnxtomk l arneetsfrteIota Sigma Pi:
Exhibition of Mr. Chamberlain's Etchings: in oom E neerng Annex to make all arrangements for the Iota Sigma Pi will meet in room
From February 1 to February 25 there will be on view in Alumn emWeF a73pm.,452 of the University Hospital, at
Memorial Hall an Exhibition of recent Etchings and Lithographs by !e. . Lay 7:30 p. '., Thursday, Feb. 14. Dr.
Mr. Samuel C. Chamberlain. The Exhibition is under the auspices of Engineering Mechanics 3a, Experimental Dynamics: margaret Johnston l sChe istrl
Two sections will be given, from 3 to 4 and from 4 to 5 on are invited to attend.
J. G. Winter Wednesdays. The first classes will be held on Feb. 20. Information Elizabeth M. Conard, President.
Chi Omega Prize: about this course can be obtained from any of the Engineering Mechan-
ics staff.

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New Students:
Students registering in the University for the first time must report
at Room 429, West Engineering Bldg.. on Feb. 13, 14, or 15, to have their
pictures taken. Hours: 8 a. m.--12 m. and 1:30 - 5:00 p. m.
J. A. Bursley
Faculty, School of Education:
A regula14 Faculty meeting of the School of Education will be heldj
Monday, February 18, at 4:05 o'slock, in Room 109 Tappan Hall. A,
full attendance is desired.,
C. 0. Davis, Secretary
University Lecture:
Dr. Adolphe Van Glabbeke of Brussels, Belgium, will give a lecture
on "Belgium as a Colonial Power," Monday, February 18, at 4:15 p. m.,
in the upper lecture room, Alumni Memorial Hall. The public is cordi-
ally invited.
F. E. Robbins j
Lecture in Fine Arts:
Mr. Samuel C. Chamberlain will lecture Friday, February 15, at 4:151
in the West Lecture Room of Alumni Memorial Hall. His subject will be
"Etching and'Dry Points," illust ated by engraving and printing a plate
before the audience. The public is invited.
An Exhibition of Mr. Chamberlain's work, under the auspices of the
Ann Arbor Art Association, is now being held in Alumni Memorial Hall.j
J. G. Winter '
Lecture by Dr. Van Glabbeke:
Dr. Adolphe Van Glabbeke, of Brussels; will lecture on: "Leonardo
da Vinci" in the West Lecture Room, Memorial Hall, Tuesday, February
19, at 4:15. The public is invited.;

The Chi Omega prize of $25 for the best undergraduate thesis by
a woman in Sociology 51 Pas been awardedto Marian R. Comstock for
her paper, "Human Nature at Work in the Nursery School."
C. 11. Cooley
Counsellors in Boys' Summer Camps:
The Student Christian Association again has established a Camp.
Counsellors' Bureau to heln aen ol PA11PrO - in-

L. H. Donnell
Political Science 292-Journal Club:
The Journal Club in Political Science will meet Thursday afternoon
at 3 p. m. in room 2035 Angell Hall. All graduate students majoring
in Political Science are expected to attend.
J. S. Reeves

,an campus 'orum:
Today at 4:00 p. m., at Lane Hall,
Paul B. Anderson, Director, Rus-
sian Correspondence School, Paris,
France, will talk upon the Forum's
general topic "Looking on Life," by
discussing Religion and Morality
in Russia. All men and women
are invited.

- - '"**".b' 'V nsU&iAL m j Uin posm ons as lepadters The Forum Committee.
in private and institutional camps of the Great Lakes Region. Applica- Geography 33:
tions when filed will be placed at the disposal of directors needing Quiz section lists for this purpose are now posted 'in the corridor~
men. Included in the present known opportunities are twelve positions Quiz section lists for this course are now posted in the corridor Mail for the following persons it
in the University Fresh Air Camp. Will applicants apply at the main Chapter I in James and Hall. Reprints of this Chapter are available son hand undeliverable and may be
desk, Lane Hall, for blanks and further information, in the Economics Reading Room in Angell Hall. Next meeting of the secured by the owners by calling
H.IT ratn las is Frida 1.at the General Delivery Window at
H._ _. Grafton lass is ay at 10 I'the Main Post Office on or before
E. C. Prophet Feb 15th.
The New York Times Current Events Contest: K. Ando
The New York Times Intercollegiate Current Events Contest will Speech 32: Lawrence Bala
be held Friday, February 15, at 3 p. in. in room 2023 Angell Hall. The All students wishing to elect Speech 32, who are not already en-. Adelia D. Bayman
contest is open to all undergraduates. Three cash prizes of $150, $75, rolled in a definite section are requested to assemble in Room 4203 Helen Bei
and $25, the second of which will be restricted to sophomores and Angell Hall Saturday morning,,at 11 o'clock, Feb. 16. At this time Mildred Bishop
freshmen, will be awarded to the winners. The best paper will be , an additional section will be arranged to meet the needs of the John Botton
submitted in competition for the intercollegiate prize of $500. All majority. Prf. Fred C. Bradford
paper required for the examination will be supplied by the committee fJ. M. O'Neill James Bryan
in charge of the contest. IPaul Chittenden
Everett S. Brown Rhetoric 1: ... Finch A. Clark
EverettS._Brown Alice Dainer
Section I will meet on Friday at nine o'clock in Room 407 Library. Galce CDin
Electrical and Mechanical Engineers: R. W. Cowden Grace C. Dixon
A film "The Greater Campus" will be shown by the General Electric eWillam Elliott
Company in Natural Science Auditorium Thursday, February 14, at 4:30 Rhetoric 2 He Fso
P. M. Section 34 will meet on Friday at nine o'clock in 103 Romance Cora Fried
S. S. Attwood Language Building. t Frhii r

Students' Recital:
A students' recital will be given at the University School of Music

J. G. Winter Auditorium Thursday evening, Feb. 14, at 8:15 o'clock sharp. The public
-"_is invited. No admission charge. The program is as follows:
Lecture by Professor Churchill: Bach: Prelude and Fugue E minor; Grieg Rigaudon; (Catherine
Professor Alfred V. Churchill, Head of the Fine Arts Department Shannon) Chopin: Impromptu; Wagner-Liszt: Spinning Song; (Cecelia
in Smith College, will lecture on: "Modern Romantic' Painting" in the Fine) Faure: Les Roses d'Ispaham; Bachelet: Chere Nuit; Fourdrain:
Natural Science Auditorium at 4:15 Monday, February 18. Illustrated. Carnaval (Kate Keith Field); Tschaikowsky: Romance; Henselt: Spring
The public is invited. Song; Moszkowsky: Air de Ballet; (Betty Sutherland), Liszt: Rigoletto-
J. G. Winter Fantasie; (Philip Stern), Bach: Gavotte en Rondeau, E major; (Mary
Alice Case), Beethoven: Lento and Minuet from Op. 10 No. 3 (L. Gom-
Radio Program-Thursday Evening: berg) Moskowski: In Automne; Dohnanyi: Capriccio; (Frances Peck)
The following program will be broadcast by Station WJR from the Accompaniment by Louise Nelson.
University Studio corner oft State and Madison streets at seven o'clock Charles A. Sink
this evening. The public is invited to the studio.
Speakers, Dr. Max Peet, Topic, Facial Neuralgia; Professor James K. Cooperative Course in Electrical Engineering & Industry:
Pollock, Pa 'ty Expenditures in the 1928 Presidential Campaign; A. S. Freshman students planning to enter the electrical engineering
Scribe, Making the Model Airplane; Professor Alfred H. Wpite, Artificial department are invited to attend a meeting to discuss this course, on
Gas for Heating the Home. Thursday, Feb. 14, 1929, at 7:30 p. m., Room 348 West Engineering;
Soloist, Carl Lindegren, accompanist, Lorinda Clifford, in the -fol- Building.
lowing selections: O Isis and Osiris, Mozart; II lacerato spirito, Verdi; S. S. -Attwood
When dull, care% Old English; The Old Chisholm T ail, Cowboy Song;
Aftonstainning (Swedish), Peterson-Berger; Come -to the Fair, Martin. Geography 3 :
Anthony J. Whitmire, violinist, Maude Okkelberg, accompanist, in two Students taking this course who have not yet arranged for a quiz=
groups of violin solos. section will see me in Room 222 Angell Hall on Thursday, February 14,1

W. A. Donnelly
Philosophy 108, The Main Concepts of Science:;
This course will meet in Room 202 South Wing of U. H. on Friday
at 11 o'clock. -
R. W. Sellars
Aero 16:
This class meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7:00 a. m., in
Room 2300 East Engineering Building.
N. M. Brown
Psychology 212 (Central Nervous System and Mental Processes) :
There will be a meeting Friday at 1 o'clock to arrange hours, room
2125, Natural Science Building.!
Adelbert Ford
Psychology 31, Second Semester:
Lists of quiz sections have been re-arranged. All students are'
asked to consult the bulletin board opposite room 2127, Natural Science
Building, and find their names on the lists posted there. Students who;
have not yet been assigned to sections should consult this board and;
choose a section which is not marked "closed."

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Betty Houch
Marja Koulorud (?)
Leonard W. Lang
Sam Lewis
Ad. B. Loveman
Elizabeth, Louden
J. E. Lowry
John A. Maigret
Douglas E. Marshall
Ruth J. Martin
Wm. R. McGehee
Martha McCollum
Wm. S. Murray
William L. Orwig.
Pablo P. Parbo
Chas. H. Reed
Ernest Reif
Agnes Sabourin
Donald Philip Shanke
Hershel Singer
Miss S. Smith
Grace P. Song
Prof. George Starr
Julian Steward
Leonell C. Strong
Prof. Frank Tanner
Alice Tarney
Eric Thompson
Joseph Truskowski
James Waterman
Holland VanE. Williams
B. V. Windt
Jane Thorpe Lulu Vf
Richard Wall I. Vriei

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Adelbert Ford

Waldo Abbot
Changes of Elections-School of Education:
Unavoidable changes of elections may be made on Thursday and
Friday, February 14 and 15, in the Office of the Recgrder of the
School of Education,:Room 105, Tappan Hall.

between 1 and 3 p. m.t
II. M. Kendall
Engineering Students, and Others Interested:
Engineering Mechanics 14, STRESS ANALYSIS IN MACHINE;
PARTS, will meet Wednesday and Friday, 5-6, in Room 340 West

Varsity Glee Club:
Rehearsal will be held this evening at seven o'clock at the Union.
Attendance will be taken. -
Theodore Harrison, Dir,
Phi Sigma Biological Society:
The regular Phi Sigma initiation banquet is to be held this eve-
ning (Feb. 14) at 6 p. m. at "The Haunted Tavern," 417 E. Huron St.
Prof. Robert M. Wenley will be the principal speaker.
E. P. Creaser, Secretary

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Membership in a class does not cease nor does membe:ship in a Engineering Building. The first meeting of the group will be Wednes-
class begin until all changes have been officially registered in the Office day, Feb. 13.
of the Recorder' of the School of Education. Engineering Mechanics 15, THEORY OF THIN BARS, THIN PLATES
Arrangements made only with the instructors are not official AND SLABS, will not be given this semester.
changes. Engineering Mechanics 16, SEMINAR IN THEORY OF ELASTICITY,x
Changes in sections or instructors must be reported. will meet on Thursday, 4-5, Room 340 West Engineering Bldg. The
After Febxuary 14 and 15, changes must still be made through the first meeting will be Thursday, Feb. 14.
Recorder's Office of the School of Education, but a fee of $1 will be Announcement concerning my other courses will be made laterz
charged. 'through this bulletin.
.._.i_, __ r... ,n.,~r~w C Timnshenka

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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.

industrial Engineering Society:
Mr. G. L. D. deVere will address the I. E. S. Thursday, Feb. 14, in
Room 302 of the Union. His subject will be, "Observations on American
Industrial Methods."
Mr. deVere, who is a lecturer at Oxford, has been studying Ameri-
can Industry for the past two years. He is now concluding his study
with n survey of the Automobile Industry.

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Women, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: Students Who Are Beginning Their Work in Rhetoric: The meeting will begin promptly at 7:45 p. ,m. All men interested
The Administrative Board of this College has decided to treat E All students who are beginning work in rhetoric should write the are invited to attend.
grades in the courses in Physical Education for Women on the same RHETORIC PLACEMENT EXAMINATION on Thursday, February 14, W. R Wright,'Pres
basis as E gades in other courses, so far as they affect eligibility for from 4-6. Room 3213 Angell Hall.A as-y'
public activities. E. A. Walter Mlusic Secton-Faculty Wome's Club:
The Department of Physical Education reorts that enrollment for -; The Chorus of the Music Section of the Faculty Women's Club will
these courses is 300 below the number expected to enter them during Mechanical Engineering 7 & 8: practice Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs. G. G. Brown,'
the second semester, and that the latest date on which admission to. Owing to the shortage of periods for the Monday-Friday after- 2037 Geddes Avenue.
them can be arranged is Saturday, Feb. 16. : notn sections in these two classes, work will start on Friday, Feb. 15, Elana K. Taylor, Secretary
W. R. Ilumphreys at 1 p. m.
The men in these classes will please report ready for work, that Michigan Dames:-
Woie~'sAthletic Building Reservations: is provided with instrument checks, overalls, M. E. 7 or 8 mimeographed The Michigan Dames will entertain their husbands at a pot-luck
e tWomen's Athletic Building is available for all women's campus forms, etc. 'ldinner party Friday, February 15, at 6:30, at the Faculty Women's
n. Reservations are made through personal application to: The instrument checks are obtained as follows: Deposit one dollar Clubhouse, 226 South Ingalls street. For further information, call Mrs.
th c hyal Education Secretary in Barbour Gymnasium. at the Treasurer's office and you will be given a pink card. Take this R. D. MacNitt, 22332.
Margaret Bell to Room 122 West Engineering Bldg. and you will be provided with Mrs. C. W. Ferris, Pres.

Sigma Gamma Epsilon:
There will be a luncheon at the
Union Thursday at 12:15.
C. H. Riggs, Secretary.
Faculty-Alumni Dances:
The third of the series of dances
sponsored by the Faculty Women's
Club for faculty and alumni will be
held at the Union on Thursday,.
Feb. 14, at 9:00 p. m.
Mrs. W. L. Badger.
Phi Lambda Upsilon:
Business meeting Thursday, Feb.
14, at 7:30 in room 300 of the
Chem. Bldg. There will be elec-
tion of new members. All .meni-
bers are urged to be present.
F. D. Smith, President.

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Miss Thelma Lewis
Miss Katherine Peterson
Mr. James Cash
Mr. Norman Brown
Mr. Charles Marcotte
Mr. George W. Priehs
Mr. Richard Kurvink
Mr. George Tremble

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in the role of Adrienne De Vriaac
in the role of The Maid
in the role of The Compte Raoul De Vriaac
in the role of Jacques Rijar
in the role of Miguel
in the role of Father Clement
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