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PACE EIGHT WEDNFSDAY, JANUAPY 9, 1920

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DAILY OFFIICIA*L BULLE[TIN

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. ni. Saturday.)

Vol. 39

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1929

No. 77.

2. Other students who have signed three or more reservation
hcets for second semester cour scs mty clssify Mlonlay, Jani~. 14. No
appointment tickets needed.
3. Beginning Tuesday morning, Jan. 15, all admissions to the Class-
ification Committee will be by appointment tickets only. These tickets,
specifying a particular fifteen minutes on a particular day, may be
secured on application at the booth in the corridor of University Hall,
beginning Monday morning, Jan. 14. Students who have signed two
reservation sheets may ask for Tuesday or Wednesday appointments;
students who have signed only one reservation sheet may ask for
Thursday appointments; and students who have made no reservations
may ask for Friday and Saturday appointments.
4. Each Freshman and each Sophomore election card must bear
the signature of some advise:, before admission to the Classification
Committee.

Classes in French 11, 111, 153:
All classes in French 11, 111, and 153 will be examined on the same
day and at the same hour as French 1, 3, 31, and 32, that is, Saturday,
Feb:uary 2, p. m.
P. E. Burs!ey
Cercle Francais:
A photograph of the group for the 'Ensian is to be taken Thursday,
January 10, at 12:30 o'clock, at Dey's Studio, 334 S. State Street. All
active members must be present, including new members elected in De-
cember.
Max Fruhauf, Jr., President
Surnmer Session Abridged Announcement:
Copies of the Campus Edition of the Abridged Announcement of

Former Instructor
Wins Science Prize

Committee on Student Affairs:
There will be a meeting of the Committee on Student Affairs on;
Wednesday, January 9, at 4:00 p. m., in Room 2, University Hall.
J. A. Bursley, Chairman
Action of the Administrative Baird:
The Administrative Board of the College of Literature, Science, and
the Arts has taken the following action:
Helen Mikan has been placed on probation for the rest of the
semester and recorded an E in Rhetoric 1 because of dishonesty in
the written work in that course.
Viola Powell has been put on probation for the rest of the semester
and recorded an E in English 177 because of dishonesty in the written
work of that course.
V. R. Humphreys, Assistant Dean
Automobile Regulation:
With the approval of the Dean of the School or College in which
the student is enrolled, the following disciplinary actions have been
taken for violations of the Automobile Regulation:
Cecil N. Cameron, '31 Eng.-suspen ion for the second semester of
the current academic year.
Paul J. Kern, '29 Lit.-probation for the balance of the first semester
of the current academic year.Js
J. A. Bursley, Dean
Automobile Regulation :
Student permit tags must be attached to state license plates in
prescribed manner before cars are driven. Failure to observe this re-
quirement, for any reason whatsoever, will result in permits being
promptly revoked.
J. A.7Bursley, Dean
Householders :
Householders having available rooms for men students are requested
to list them in the Office' of the Dean of Students, Room 2, University
Hall, at once.
Available light-housekeeping rooms and apartments should also be
.isted.
F. B. Wahr, Assistant Dean
Graduate Students:
Graduate students should make their second semester elections in
the office of the Graduate School, Room 1014, Angell Hall, on February
7, 8, and 9.
New students, or students transferring from other Schools or Col-
leges, should register on the same dates. A student transferring at this
time should ask the Recorder of his School or College to prepare and
eld to the office of the Graduate School anrofficial statement of his
undergraduate work. Without such statement' registration in the Grad-
uate School will not be possible.f
Ruth A. Rouse, Recorder
Upperclass Advisers

vD. L. Rich the courses for the Summer Session of 1929 may be obtained, beginning
today, at the offices of the Summer Session and of the Recorder of
the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, and thereafter at
To All Men Students:: the Registration offices of all schools and colleges.
Students intending to change their room s at the end of the present, th R ege aratr bnre in ed th t afor ins heni ernd-Edg sard.1. K raus
semester are hereby reminded that according to the University Agree- -Edward__._Kras
ments they are to inform the householders of such intention at least
two weeks prior to the close of the semester. It is advised that notice This course will be offered the second semester, meeting M. W. F.
cf such intention to move be made at once.
.at 9:00 a. m. in Room 406, General Library. A contrary announcement
F'.. Wahr, Assistant mean in the Time Schedule should be disregarded.

Z. C. Dickinson

University Lecture:
Piofessor E. C. Faust of Tulane University, formerly of Peking A
Union Medical College, will lecture on "Travels of a Parasitologist in
the Orient" on Thursday, January 10 at 4:15 p. in., in the Natural 10,

S. C. IE-
Group picture for1
1929, at 1:00 p. m.

the Michiganensian will be taken Thursday, Jan.
Picture will be taken piomptly at 1:00 for the

Science 'Auditorium. The public is cordially invited.

F. E. Robbins

Colloid Chemistry 125:
Contrary to previous announcement, the class will meet Thursday.
morning, January 10, at 8 o'clock as usual.
F. E. Bartell
Geology 1:
GA supplementary examination for those who missed the regular one
of December 12 will be given on Thursday afternoon, January 10, at
4 o'clock in Room 4054.
I. D. Scott

Rhetoric-Mr. Rowe's Classes:
I shall not meet my classes on Wednesday, January 9.
If anyone in Rhetoric 189 (Drama 1) wants their play reado
can leave it at 1503 Cambridge Road I will read it if possible, m
notes, and send it to my office on Thursday morning. If possib
?vill be in my office on Thursday morning to discuss plays.
Kenneth Rowe

benefit of those who have classes.
L. D. Kirshner
Botanical Seminar:
Botanical Seminar meets Wednesday, January 9, at 4:30, Room 11391
N. S. Bldg. Paper by Bradley M. Davis-"The cytology and genetics of!
a haploid sport from Oenothera Lanciscana."
B. M. Davis 1
Faculty-Alumni Dance:1
The second of the series of dances for Faculty and Alumni, spon-#
sored by the Faculty Women's Club, will be held on Tuesday, January
15, at the Union. Those intending to come are reminded that the music
begins promptly at 9:00 o'clock. Course tickets as well as single ad-
missions will be sold at this dance. The other two dances of the series!
will be held February 14 and March 18.
Mrs. W. L. Badger
M1oving Pictures of Industry:
The sixth of the School of Business Administration's moving picture,
programs will be held in Natural Science Auditorium at 4:05 p. in.,I
Wednesday, January 9. Please note that the program will be begin 101
minutes earlier than many afternoon meetings. The folowing films will
be shown:
A Rolling Romance (history of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad
with scenes of Washington and along the B. & O. route)-4 reels.
Entering New York the B. & O. way (motor coach service)--1 reel.!
All persons interested are invited to attend these programs which
j arc designed particularly to give business students background material.
Carl N. Schmalz #

and
ake
le I

Dr. Oliver Kamm
Who is chemical research direc-
tor of Detroit, was awarded a

$.1,000 prize by the American Asso-
ciation for the Advancement of
Science for his work in an investi-
gaticin of ductless glands Dr.
Kamm, who was an instructor in
the University in 1916, was given
the prize because of his isolation
of harmones.
FAUST TO SPEAK HERE
Continuing with the University
Lecture series, Professor E. C. Faust
of Tulane University, New Orleans,
will speak on the subject of "Travels
of a Parasitologist in the Orient" in
the Natural Science Auditorium on
Thursday, January 10, at 4:15 p. m.
Professor Faust has spent consider-
able time on the continent of Asia
where he formerly officiated in the
Peking UJn ion Medical College,
China. As a ranking authority in
zoology, Mr. Faust has written many
treatises and documents for sci-
entific periodicals and journals.

Elections in Education, Colleges of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
All elections in Education, in order to count toward graduation from
this college, must be approved by the Committee on the Teacher's
Certificate. Students who have not already been definitely admitted
to candidacy for the teacher's certificate may consult the chairman be-
tween 3 and 5 daily du ing the registration period, in Room 2206, Angell
Hall. Conference is optional for students already so admitted.
A. R. Crittenden

1 ASTONOMY
Prof. b. B. McLaughlin
Prof. W. C. Rufus
2. ,BACTERIOLOGY
Prof. M. H. Soule
3. BOTANY
Prof. J. H. Ehlers
Prof. J. B. Pollock
4. CHEMISTRY
Prof, L. C. Anderson
5, ECONOMICS
Prof. Z. C. Dickinson
6. ENGLISH
Dr. A. A. Hill
7. FINE ARTS
See Departmental Representative
8.. GEOGRAPHY
Prof. P. E. James1
Mr. E. C. Prophet
9. GEOLOGY
Prof. C. W. Cook'
10. GERMAN
Prof. N. L. Willey orI
Prof. J. W. Scholl
11. 'GREEK
Prof. W. E, Blake or
Prof. B. D. Merritt
12. HISTORY
Prof. P. W, Slosson
Mr. B. W. Wheeler
13. LANDSCAPE DESIGN
Prof. H. O. Whittemore
14. LATIN
Prof. J. E. Dunlap
15. LIBRARY SCIENCE
Prof. C. B. Joeckel
16. MATHEMATICS
Mr. T. E. Raiford
17. WILITARY SCIENCE
Prof. R. II. Lord
18. MINERALOGY
Prof. W. F. Hunt
19. PIiLOSOPIY
Mr, J. Kuiper
20. PHYSICS
Prof. E. F. Barker
21. POLITICAL SCIENCE
Prof. E. S. Brown
22. PSYCHOLOGY
Prof. C. H. Griffitts
23. RHETORIC & JOURNALISM
Prof. R. W. Cowden
Prof. A. 1. Morrist
24. ROMANCE LANGUAGE
Mr. 11. M. Sewell
25. SOCIOLOGY
Prof. L. J. Carr

W.Th., 3-4
F.S., 9-10
W.Th.F.S., 1-5
W.F., 10-11
Th.S., 10-11
F., 8-9;
W.Th.S., 9-10
W.T.F., 3-4;
S., 10-11
W.F., 3-4;
Th. S., 9-10
F., 10-11
W.S., 10-11; Th., 11-12
W., 3-4; Th., 9-10;
FE., 10-11; S., 11-1
F.S., 11-12; Th., 10-11;
W., 9-10
Th.S., 3-4; W.F.,
10-11
W.F., 3-4
Th.S., 11-12
W.Th. F. S., 9-11
W.Th.F.S., 11-12
Th.F., 1-2; W., 3-4;
S.,9-10
F., 1-2; Th., 10-11;,
W., 8-9; S., 9-10
F., 11-12; W., 1-2;
Th.S., 10-11
W.F.S., 10-11; Th.,
11-12
WF., 4-5; S., 11-12;
Th., 3-4
W.T1.F.S., 11-12
F., 3-4; W., 10-11;,
Th., 11-12; S., 9-10
W.Th.F., 3-4; S., 10-11
TFh.5., 11-12
M.W.F., 11-12
W.F.S., 10-11; Th., 3-4
W., 10-11; F., 2-3;
S., 11-12
Th., 2-3

Observatory
1204 A. H,.
2543 E. Med.
3010 N. S.
2012 N. S.

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278 Chem.
204 Econ.
1009 A. H.
13 A. H.!
19 A. H.
4051 A. H.
305 W. H.
2030 A. H.
4001 A. H.
1204 A. 11.
401 S. W.
2028 A. 1.'
311 Lib.
3006 A. 1-1.
O0Tice ROTC
3081 N. Si
204 S. W.
1063 E. Phys.
2032 A. 1.-
4129 N. S.
3228 A. i.
3226 A. H1.
405 R. L.
108 Econ.j
208 Econ.j

A. S. C. F.:
Regular monthly business meet-
ing of the American Society of
Civil Engineers Wed., Jan. 9, 1929,
at 7:45 p. in., at the Michigan
Union.
L. D. Kirshner
Music Section-
Faculty Women's Club:
The chorus of the Music Section
of the Faculty Women's Club will
hold a special practice Wednesday
evening, Jan. 9 at 8 p. in., at the
home of Mrs. Turner, 1117 White
Street.
Elama K. Taylor, Secretary
Iota Alpha:
There will be a meeting of the
members and initiates of Iota
Alpha on Thursday, January 10, at
7:30 p. in., in room 3201 last En-
gineering building. Dr. E. P. Part-
ridge will speak on, "Calcium Sul-
phate Boiler Scale."
G. G. Brown
Faculty Women's Club:
For the January meeting, the
members of the Faculty Women's
Club have been invited by Mrs.
C. C. Little to a tea at her home on
Thursday, January 10, from 4:00
until 6:00 o'clock.
Mrs. W. L. Badger
Scabbard and Blade:'
There will be a regular meeting
Wednesday, January 9, at 7:00 in
the Union.
Clhas. E. Staff
Phi Eta Sigma:
There will be a picture of all
members at the Spedding Studio at
5:00 p. m., on Wednesday, January
9. All members are urged to' be
present on time.
II. B. Palmer, President;
'Varsity Band:
Regular rehearsal tonight at 7:15
o'clock at Morris Hall. The ap-
proaching Faculty Concert and im-
portant announcements make every
bandmember's attendance impera-
tive.
Web & Flang:
The picture for the Michiganen-
sian will be taken at Spedding's
Studio Thursday, January 10, at
12:45. All members are urged to
be on time.
Geo. W. Einer
Phi Lambda Upsilon:
There will be a meeting Wednes-
clay, Jan. 9, in Room 302, Chemistry
Building at 7:30. M. 1I. Soule will
speak on "Chemistry in Relation
to Bacteriology."
F. D. Smith, President
Pick Camothers
I Trustee of S. C. A,

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471 pairs of imported Scotch
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653 pairs of women's Pumps, straps,
and oxford effects in both Iow and high
heels.

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247 pairs of men 14s oxfords in broken
sizes that we are closing out at this great-
ly reduced price.

412 pairs of women's slippers for street
and dress wear, reduced to $6.90. All
sizes in this lot, but not in 'very style.

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Prof. A. E. Wood

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