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w FRIDAY, JANUARlY 11, 1929

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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.)

Wednesday issues of this Bulletin. Beginning Monday, January 14, the,
Upperclass Advisory Committee will meet from 3:00 to 5:00 p. m. daily
n tho corridor opposite room 1025 of Angell 11U1. Please follow the
election procedure as printed in the new Time Schedule. If possible
:elect an Adviser from the Department of your major interest. Appoint-j
ments may be made at the booth opposite the Recorder's Office, room'
1 Uiversitv Hall.
Uppe-class Advisory Committee
C. C. Meloche, Chairman
Second Semester Play Production Courses:
All students who wish to enroll in Play Production courses the
second semester and who do not have the necessary pre-requisites, must
get permission from me. Do not go to Mr. Densmore.
V. B. Windt

Rhetoric 54-Problems of Composition 1: Sigma Delta Phi:
Students who expect to elect this course should see me at one of: The picture for the Michigni-
the following hours: ensian will be taken at 2 o'clock on.
January 11---12 to 1. Saturday, Jan. 12, at Dey's studio.
January 12-10 to 11. i Vera Johnston, President
January 14-10 to 11 and 12 to 1. -
E. A. Walter Portia Literary Society:
The group picture will be taken,
Economics 196-Distributiou of Wealth and Income: on Friday, Jan. 11, at 12:30 p. m.
This course will. be offered the second semester, meeting M. W. F. at Deys studio.
-i- R 4~ G In T Nellie C. Becker, President
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Vol. 39


No. 79.

Executive Board, Graduate School:
There will be a meeting of the Executive Board of . the Graduate
School on Friday, January 11, at 3:30 p. ra.
Ruth A. Rouse



Senate Council: Classification, College of Literature, science, and the Arts:
A meeting of the Senate Council is called at 4:00 p. in., Tuesday, 1. All seniors may classify Friday and Saturday. Jan. 11 and 12.
January 15, for organization and the conside-ation of several matters For admission to the Classification Coimittee, present at the door your
of business. second semester election card, with the first two columns filled out.
The members of the Council. bedes the ex officio members, are No appointment ticket needed.
as follows: Professors J. S. Reeves, Campbell Bonner, A. E. R: Boak,N.e
I. L. Sharfman, W. B. Pillsbury, H. C. Anderson, A. H. White, Emil! 2 Other students who have signed three or more reservation
Lorch, E. N. Durfee, J. B. Waite. W. A. Paton, R. W. Bunting, F. W. sheets for second semester courses may classify Monday, Jan. 14. Noi
Vedder, C. S. Berry, C. 0. Davis, H. B. Lewis, C. D. Camp, C. C. Glover, !appointment tickets needed.
and L. J. Young. 3. Beginning Tuesday morning, Jan. 15, all admissions to the Class-
F. E. Robbins, Secretary ification Committee will be by appointment tickets only. These tickets,
specifying a particular fifteen minutes on a particular day, may be
Committee on Student Affairs: secured on application at the booth in the coiridoX of University Hall, j
At a meeting of the Committee Aflairs held January 9, Alpha Chi beginning Monday morning, Jan. 14. Students who have signed two
Rho Fraternity was placed on probation for the balance of the college reservation sheets may ask for Tuesday or Wednesday appointments;!
year 1928-29 on account of conduct detrlmental to the best interests of I students who have signed only one reservation sheet may ask forj
the Universiy. Thursday appointments; and students who have made no reservations
J. A. Bursicy, Chairman may ask for Friday and Saturday appointments.
VP. fl 14ii .1?1 an anti ch IL L(JAA q.)hUj~k1U ' l '.iJ t Uk 'ard mASt bear

,L v9: 00a. m. in iiom at, eieu auui y. n um iy uaiuaG u
in the Time Schedule should be disregarded. Theta Sigma Phi:
Z. C. Dickinson The group picture for the 'Ensian
will be taken at the Spedding
harmacy Students: studio, Saturday, Jan. 12, at 2:39
All students in the College of Pharmacy should file their second p. in. All members be present.
semester elections in the office of the Secretary, Room 250 Chemistry Mary Ptolemy, President
and Pharmacy Building on Monday, Jan. 14, 1929.N,
C. C. Glover, See'y. ; Notice:
For the information of those who
Political Science 166, International Organization and Administration: may not have seen a copy of the
This course will be given at 8 o'clock on Tuesdays and Thursdays revised University calendar (Re-
in Room 2003 Angell Hall by Mr. Calderwood, instead of being given at gents Proccedings, June, 1928,
9 o'clock by Professor Reeves, as announced. pages 628, 629 and 630), the sched-
ules of the present University year
J. S. reves and the year 1929-1930 ~are as fol-
Physical Education For Men: . First Semester
Registration for men Physical Education students for second seies- Closes 'for
ter courses will start Friday, January 11, at 9 o'clock, Tappan Hall. Year Opens Christmas
E. D. Mitchell, Adviser YOvacation
1928-1929 Sept. 24 Dec. 21
The Michigan Technic-: 1929-1930 Sept. 30 Dec. 20
A meeting of the business staff and business tryouts will be held Classes re- End of
at 4:30 p. m., Friday, Jan. 11. sumed after first
E. W. Manning, Bus. Mgr.' j New Year's semester




1 1

University Lecture:1
"Modern music, its rise and tendencies," will be the subject of the
University lecture to be given at Hill Auditorium, at 4:15 this afternoon
by Mr. Ernst Fowles, Fellow of the Royal Academy of Music, London,
England. Mr. Fowles is one of the leading music educators in England,-
and is making his first tour to this country. He is visiting only a few
of the large cities and educational institutions, and his point of view1
with respect to his subject is authoritative. Mr. Fowles plays hs owna
illustrations, which will be drawn from the work of Elgar, Rabikoff,
Delius, etc.
The ,lecture is open to the general public.
Earl V. Moore
Faculty, School of Education:
Student enrollment in the School of Education for the second
semester takes .place January 11, 12, 14, 15, and 16, in Tappan Hall. 1
Will each instructor, so far as possible, be present on those dates to
serve on the Advisory Committee.j
Enrollment of part-time students for the week-end courses will
take place, as announced, February 1 and 2. The first class meetings for
these Friday afternoon and Saturday courses will be February 8 and
9, as announced originally.
Will instructors please read this notice before their classes on Janu-
Rry 11, 12, 18, and 19.
C. o. Davis, Secretary
Mathematics Staff-College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:I
Those members of the mathematics staff teaching courses, 1, 2, 3, 1
4, 7 in the literary college will meet Friday, January 11, at 5 p. m., in
:doom 3010 A. H..
C. J. Coc
To All Men Students:
Students intending to change their rooms at the end of the present'
semester are hereby reminded that according to the University Agree-
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
cf such intention to move be made at once.
F. B. Wahr, Assistant Dean
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

4. EacnhtFreshman and eacn Kopnomnore eecuion cialuu c
the signature of some advise:, before admission to the Classification
Prospective Students.-School of Education:
Students who plan to transfer to the School of Education at the
beginning of the second semester 1928-29 should enroll for the presentI
in the School or College in which they are now registered.
At the end of the present semester the transfer can be made pro-
vided the students can present 25 per cent more points than hours
credit and also provided they are not on the delinquent list in the
School or College from which they are transferring.
Gretchen Krug, Recorder
School of Elucation: Second .eniester Elections:
' Second semester elections for students in the School of Education
should be made in the office of the School of Education, Room 105
Tappan Hall, January 11, 12, 14, 15, and 10. Hours: 9-12 and 2-5, except
on January .12, 9-12 only.
All election cards should be returned by 5 p. 1., Janiuary 16.
Unavoidable change in elections may be nide without payment of
fee February 14 and 15.
Those wishing to elect academic courses where action of the Classi-;
fication Committee of the College of Literature, Science and the Arts
is necessary will, be given tickets for their appointment with the
Committee by the Recorder of the School of Education when they make1


Prescott Club:
The January meeting of the Prescott Club will be held in the main
dining room of the Allenel Hotel, Tuesday, January 15, at 6:45 p. m.
Mr. J. K. Lilly, Jr., PhC '14 of Eli Lilly and Co., will speak on "Some Com-
mercial Aspects of Manufacturing Pharmacy."
Fred 11. Weinmann
Cosmopolitan Club:
Club picture -for the 'Ensian at Rentschler's studio, 319 E. Huron,
Sunday, January 13, at 3:20 p. m. All the members of the Club are
asked to come out for the picture, and to be punctual.
Helen L. Clarke, Secretary

Jan. 7 wVFeb. ~8
Jan 6 Feb. 14
Second Semester


0 Opens

Closes for

1928-1929 Feb
1929-1930 Feb.
Classes re-
sumed after
sp.ing vacation
April 15,
April 21

. 11 April 5
. 17 April 11

June 17
June 23

Cosmopolitan Club:
The second National Night Program will be given by the Filipino
student group on Saturday, January 12, at 8 p. m., in Lane Hall. They
promise us a real treat. Mr. Zee, chairman of our delegation to the
National Convention of the A. C. C., will give a brief report of t hel
convention. All members and friends of the Cosmopolitan Club are
cordially invited to attend this meeting. I
Helen L. Clarke, Secretary
I..r .:., a i 4 n w ny v .,n ra+ m+

Herbert G. Watkins,
Assistant Secretary

P'olomia Literary Circ le:
There will be' a meeting of the circle at Lane Hall Friday, Jan.1
11, at 7:30. It will be the last meeting of the semester so all members I

heir elections.

Subscribe to the Daily

4 .

Gretchen Krug, Recorder

are requested to be present.

J. Kurcz, Pres.

Educational Courses:
Students may secure assignments to Educational Courses Al, A25,#
B20, C1, C60, and ClIO in t oom 10) Tappan I-all during the period of
)-egis'ration, January, 11, 12 (morning), 14, 15, and 16.
Gretchen Krug, Recorder
Education CGO, Mental aod Educational Measurements-Second Semes-
Students who in previous years took Course C1, Psychology of Edu-
cation, befo e its extension to include measurement should note that
Course C6O is being offecred as a separate course for the last time.
Thecourse affords an opportunity to studyuthe nature anduses of
mental and educational tests and affords an introduction to the scien-
tific study of educational problems.

Masonic Students:
The regular meeting of the Craftsman Club will be held Saturday
evening, January 12, at 7:30 in the Large Lodge room of the MasonicI
Temple. Arrangements will be made for the group picture in the 'En-
sian. It is urgent that all be present at this meeting.
R. W. Webster, President


s sted.

F. B. Wair, Assistant Dean

house Presidents: -
There will be a meeting of the Board of Representatives on Satur-I
day, January 12, 10:30 o'clock in Room 110 Library. The picture for the
Michiganensian will be taken immediately following the meeting. I
Elizabeth Wellman, Chairman
Engineering Mechanics 1:
There will be a special lecture on E. M. 1 at 4:30 p. n., Friday, Jan.
11, 1929, Room 102 West Eng. Bldg.
F. N. Menefee
English 105:
I shall not be able to meet tlie class o Friday. TI'e assignment for
Monday and Wednesday is The Nuni's Priest's Tate. . j
English 107:
I shall not be able to meet the class on Friday. The assignmnlt for
'Monday and Wednesday is Elements of Old English, Chapier 17, the
last section only.

English 31:
I shall not meet the class on Friday.

31, , FIC.,%vrMilig

S. A. Curtis
and His
Michigan Wolverines
America's Latest Recording Orchestra
At Granger 's Wednesday Nite!
Wednesday nite Buddy Golden and ,
his Michigan Wolverines scored an-
other big hit with the most enthusiastic
crowd that greeted them upon their re-
turn from a highly successful engage-
ment ir New York City duringathe
Christmas holidays.
Don't fail to hear the latest dan('ce
numbers and novelties direct from
Broadway played by Buddy and his
sensational orchestra Tonight and Sat
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You will find very helpful
Everything for the office at

Long Distance Rates Are Surprisingly Low~
The Service Is Surprisingly Fast


Music A1:1
Mr. Ernest Fowles of London, England, will speak ifojnally at 10
o'clock in Room 311 on the general topic of "the importance of music
literature in the general field of education." As far as the limited
seating capacity of the room will admit the student body is invited to
Earl V. Moore
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 during the registration period, in Room 2026, Angell
Hall. Conference is optional for students already so admitted.
A.--. Crittenden
Rhetoric-Mr. Rowe's Classes:
I will not meet my classes until Monday.
Rheto' ic 1. Leave your long papers with Mrs. Kern in the Rhetoric
Offec by noon today. To hand in Monday: write an essay on the
pleasantest subject you can think of.
Rhetoric 31. Leave your short stories with Mrs. Kern in the Rhetoric
Office. For the rest of the semester work you may either write another
shodt story or the equivalent in essays with your own choice of subject.
- Kenneth Rowe
Play Competition:
Anyone who wishes to leave his play with ine for the competition
may leave it with Mrs. Kern in the Rhetoric Office if my office is closed.
Kenneth Rowe




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