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AtiE SIGH

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

SATIMMY, TAIMM,' -RY 12, 1cN

7AUJ~ F~I(1H~C ~ATTh~DAY, 3AN!TA~Y 12, 1929

SD A I LY OFFI CIAL BULLETIN

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. in. Satureay.)

Romans did most distinctive and original work, and made some of their
most significant contributions to modern life; It deals with the Roman
systmV 1of contracts, as affecting the relations of individual citizens
in private life. Tu.Th. at 10, Room 2014, A. H.
Latin 126. Selections from Livy's History of Rome. While afford-
ing first-hand acquaintance with the work of a great historian and lit-
erfry stylist, this course also aims to materially increase the student's
speed and facility in the reading of Latin prose of ordinary difficulty.
Tu.iTh. ,1, 8, Room 201, A. II.
A. R. C ritteniden

Notice: nii
Anyone interested in the organization of a philatelic club is cor- j
dially invited to attend a meeting in Room 408 of the Romance Lan-
guage Building this evening at 8:00 (Saturday).
.The Publicity Manager

ETA SIGMA PLANS
lR EXAM SYSTEM

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Vol. 39

SATURDAY, JANIARY 12, 1929

No. 8 .

Attention--Independents:
Ahy man interested in basketball can still enter
Get a team either for the inter-class or all-campus
call 2-2101 and we will arrange to have you play.
chance to win your numerals and a sweater.

our tournaments.
tournaments and Ulltimate Aim That This Feature
Here is another Might Become Established
In University

Notice: owling:
By rgaction ofthe Regents at a spcial meetin held .mimy Bowling at the Woman's Athletic Building will begin ohWednesday.
the regular January meeting is sched uled for Monday evening, Janu-4n- i.r 10, at 4 o'clock. An instructor will be there to coach.
ary 21 instead of January 25, as or iginally announced. All communi-
cations should be In the han(ds of the Prerident by Monday, , p. nn ,!uth H:assinger
January 14.~~

Intramural Department

COMMITTEE TO DECIDE

J-H~op Committee:
There will be a meeting of the J-Hop Committee at the Union Sun That the honor system may be
day afternoon at 4 p. m. Room 304. installed in the University college
Robert Heaney, Assistant Chairman next fall is the announcement
made yesterday by the honor sys-

Herbert G. Watkins,
Assistant Secretary
Faculty, Coll:ege of Literatu:e, Science, and the Arts:
The January meeting of the Literary Faculty will be held Monday,
January 14, at 4:10 p. m., in Room 2225, Angell Iall.
John It. Ef1 inter

House Presidenits:
There will be a meeting of the Board of Representatives on Satur-
day, January 12, 10:30 o'clock, in Room 110 Library. The picture for
the Michiganensian will be taken immediately following the meeting.
Elizabeth Wellman,
Chairman

University Symphony Orchestra:
To All Men Students: Members are reminded that rehearsals will henceforth be held in
Students intending to change th :r rooms at the end of the present IHill Auditorium at 2:30.
semester are hereby reminded that according to the University Agree S.1 P. Lockwood
ments they are to inform the householders of such intention at least,
two weeks prior to the close of the stniester. I its advised that notice Mortar Board:
cf such intention to move be made at oce. Picture for Michiganensian will be taken at Dey's Studio, Sunday,
F.. i,. Wahr, Assistanit Dean January 13, at 10 o'clock.
Hilda Mary Evans
Householders:
Householders having available rooms for men students are requested Men's Education Club:
to list them in the Office of the Dean of Students, Room 2, University The Men's Education Club will meet Monday evening, January 14,
at 7:00 p. m. in Room 302 of the Michigan Union. Dr. F. D. Curtis will
Hall, at once.rspeak an "The Relative Teaching Values of Certain Common Uses of
Available light-housekeeping rooms and apartments should also peafExamination Papers."

:sted.

A. B. Elliott

F. B. Vahr, Assistant Dean

Physical Education for Men:
Registration for men Physical Education students for second semes-
ter courses will start Friday, January 11, at 9 o'clock, Tappan Hall.
E. D. Mitchell, Adviser
Freshman Elections-College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: f
1. All freshman students must confer with their Freshman Week'
Advisers concerning elections for the second semester. Freshman Elec-
tion Blanks may be secured from the Recorder's Office, Room 4, Univer-
sity Hall. Freshmen who find it absolutely impossible to consult their
regular Freshman Week Advisers should see me in Room 1204, Angell.
Hall, any day during the week January 14-19, from 4:00 to 5:30 p. m.
2. Freshmen who have signed three or more reservation sheets for
second semester courses may classify Monday, January 14. No appoint-
ment tickets needed for admission to the Classification Committee in
Room 4, University Hall.
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 mintites on a particular day, may be!
secured on application at the booth in the corridor of University 11.al,
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.
William A. Frayer, Chairman Freshman
Advisory Committee
School of Education: Second Semester 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 16. Hours: 9-12 and 2-5, except
on January 12, 9-12 only.
All election cards should be returned by 5 p. in., January 1G.
Unavoidable change in elections may be made 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 make
their elections.
G retchen !iKruog, Recorder

Comedy Club:
There will be a group picture of the Club taken Monday, Jan. 14,
at 12:10 noon, at Rentschler's Studio. All members who wish to be con-
sidered as active must be present.
Thurston Thieme, President
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
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 the
convention. All members and friends of the Cosmopolitan Club are
cordially invited to attend this meeting.
Helen L. Clarke, Secretary

Eta Sigma Phi:
The:e will be a meeting of Eta Sigma Phi on Monday, Jan. 14, in
room 2013 Angell Hall, at 8 o'clock p. m.
Professor Meritt will talk on "Excavating in Greece."
Una E. Van Riper, Secretary
La Sociedad Hispanica:
The Ensian picture will be taken at Rentschler's Studio Tuesday,
January 15, at 5:00 p. m. All students with two years of Spanish are
eligible and urged to be present.
John F. Weir, Secretary
'Matinee Musicale Study Group:
The study group of Matinee Musicale will meet in Room 305 of
the School of Music instead of at Mrs. Talamon's home, next Monday
evening at 8 o'clock. The following program of music for two pianos
will be presented by Frances and Elizabeth Copeland, talented pupils of
Guy Maier.
Clementi-Sonati in B flat; Debussy-L'Apres Midi D'un Faune;
Saint-Saens-Scherzo op. 87; Liszt-Les Preludes; Parrish Valse Vien-
naise; Reincke-Gondoliera; Guiorn-Franz-Turkey in the Straw; Cha-
brier-Espana.
All members of Matinee Musicale are invited.
Mrs. Rene Talamon, President
Women's Research Club:
The Women's Research Club will meet Monday, January 14, at 7:30
p. m. in the Women's Field House. Dr. Bell will speak on "The Basal
Metabolic Test and its Relation to Disease." Please note place of meet-
ing.
Olive M. Searle, Secretary
Oratorical Board:
The Ensian pictu'e will be taken Monday afternoon at 4:30 at
Rentschler's Studio. Please be prompt.
Robert J. Gessner, President
A. S. M. E.:
The picture for the Michiganensian will be taken at Spedding's
Studio Sunday, January 13, at 2 o'clock.
J. Gray
Notice:
For the information of those whomay not have seen a copy of the
revised University Calendar (Re- gents Proceedings, June, 1928,
pages 628, 629 and 630), the sched-ules of the present University year
and the year 1929-1930 are as fol-lows:

tem committee of Phi Eta Sigma,
freshman honorary society spon-
soring the plan. According to the
committee in charge the tentative
plan has been submitted to the
University college committee head-
ed by Prof. Lewis M. Gram and is
now being considered by that com-
mittee.
Terming the honor system an ef-
fort not to eliminate cheating, but
to outlaw it and to give the col-
lege student decent conditions
under which to work, the plan
further calls it the direct opposite
of the proctoit system now in oper-
ation. "Under the honor system,
examinations are given with the
students on their honor, instruc-
tors not being present but only
near at hand to answer questions
or furnish explanation."
Although the ultimate hope of
the committee is that the honor
system may become a tradition of
the University, the plan goes no
further than outlining its installa-
tion in the University college next
fall.
The plan calls for two honor
committees in the University col-
lege, one for men and one for wo-
men, whose primary duty it shall
be to acquaint all concerned with
the honor system with its princi-
ples. "These honor committees
shall act as a court and jury to
try any violator or suspected viola-
tor, both students and faculty be-
ing responsible to report cases to
he appropriate committee, whose
proceedings shall be in secret."
The composition of the commit-
tees is to be two from each of the
I four classes and an appointee of
the Council or Women's League. It
is not expected that the honor
system will take actual effect
among the junior and senior classes
immediately. The plan does not
countenance the printing of a vio-
lator's name.
Michigan, Dames:
The picture for the Michiganen-
sian will be taken Sunday, January
13, at 2:30 p. m. at the Dey Studio
on State Street.
Mrs. C. W. Ferris, President.

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Masonic
Thei
evening,
Temple.
sia n. It

Students:1
regular meeting of the Craftsman Club will be held Saturday
Janua' y 12, at 7:30 in the Large Lodge room of the Masonic
Arrangements will be made for the group picture in the 'En-
is urgent that all be present at this meeting.
It. W. Webster, Presidents

Mummers:!
The group picture for the Michiganensian will be taken Saturday,
January 12, at Speddi-ngs' at -1:30.
Florence Watchpocket, President
Phi Lambda Upsilon:4
The picture for the Ensian will be taken Sunday, Jan. 13, at 11:30
a. in. at Rentschler's Studio. All members please be present. :
F. D. Smith, President

First Semester
Closes for
Year Opens Christmas
vacation
1928-1929 Sept. 24 Dec. 21
1929-1930 Sept. 30 Dec. 20
Classes re- End of
sumed after first
New Year's semester
Jan. 7 Feb. 8
Jan 6 Feb. 14

Year

Second Semester
Closes for
Opens spring
vacation
29 Feb. 11 April 5
30 Feb. 17 April 11

1928-19
1929-19

Classes re-
sumed after
spring vacation
April 15
April 21

Commencement

June 17
June 23

Herbert G. Watkins,
Assistant Secretary

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SUNDAY

CHURCH SERVICE

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Educational Courses:
Students may secure assignments to Educational Courses Al, A25,
B20, Cl, C60, and C110 in Room 105 Tappan Hall during the period of
registration, January 11, 12 (morning), 14, 15, and 16.
Gretchen Krug, Recorder
Pharmacy Students:
All students in the College of Pharmacy should .file their second
semester elections in the office of the Secretary, Room 250 Chemistry
and Pharmacy Building on Monday, Jan. 14, 1929.
C. C. Glover, Sec'y.
tducation CGO, Mental and Educational Measuieenents-Second Semes-
ter:
Students who in previous years took Course Cl, Psychology of Edu-
cation, befo e its extension to include measurement should note that
Course C60 is being offered as a separate course for the last time.
The course affords an opportunity to study the nature and uses of
mental and educational tests and affords an introduction to the scien-
tific study of educational problems.
S. A. Courtis
Rhetoric 54-Problems of Composition I:
Students who expect to elect this course should see me at one of
the following hours:
January 11-12 to 1.
January 12-10 to 11.
January 14-10 to 11 and 12 to 1.
-. A. Walter
Political Science 166, International Organization and Administration:
This course will be given at 8 o'clock on Tuesdays and Thursdays
in Room 2003 Angell Hall by Mr. Calderwood, instead of being given at
9 o'clock by Professor Reeves, as announced.
. S. Reeves
Forestry:
All freshmen and sophomores preparing for work in forestry should
consult with me or Prof. Craig Monday, January 14, or as soon after that
as possible.
S. T Dana
New Courses Offered In Latin:
Latin 148. Roman Private Law. This two hour reading course
in classic Latin legal texts is now open to upper classmen. It is designed,
to give an introduction to that field of Latin literature in which the'

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FIRST METHODIST
CHURCH
Cor. State and Washington Sts.
Arthur W. Stalker, D.D., Minister
Samuel J. harrison, Associate
Minister and Student Director
10:30 a. m.-Morning Worship.
Dr. E. Stanley Jones of India,
world renowned speaker and
writer and missionary, will
preach.
12 Noon-Three Bible Classes for
Students.
6 p. m.-Wesleyan Guild Devo-
tional Meeting. Hugh Hether-
ington, leader.
7 p. m.-Open House at Wesley
Hall.
7:30-Wesleyan Guild Lecture.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Huron and Division Sts.
Merle It. Anderson, Minister
Dale If. Moore, Associate
Mrs. Nellie B. Cadwell, Secretary
for Women
10 a. m.-Student Class, Dale H.
. Moore, teacher.
10:45 a. m.-Morning Worship.
"Do We Need a New Concep-
tion of God?"
5:30 p. m.-Soeial Hour for
Young People.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
R. Edward Sayles, Minister
noward R. Chapman, University
Pastor
10:30-Mr. Sayles will preach.
Topic, "The Joy of Jesus."
12:00-Church Bible School.
12:00-Student Group at Guild
House. Mr. Chapman, leader.
5:30--Friendship Hour resumed.
6:30-Devotional Meeting.

BETHLEHEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
Fourth Ave. between Packard
and Williams
Theodore R. Szhmale
9:00-Sunday school.
10:00-English service.
11:00-German service.
Attend
church;
regularly
any
Sundays

FIRST CONGREGATIONAL
Corner State and William Sts.
Allison Ray Heaps, Minister
10:45 a. m.-Morning Worship.
Sermon, the first of a series on
the topic, "Gates of the City."
This one, "The East Gate."
9:30 a. m.-Church School.
5:30 p. m.-Student Fellowship.
In the evening Mr. Hackley
Butler will speak on "Soviet
Institutions."
ST. ANDREOW'S
EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Division and Catherine Sts.
Rev. Mr. Henry Lewis, Rector
Rev. Mr. T. L. Harris, 'Assistant
8 a. m.-Holy Communion
9:30 a. m.-Student Communion
in Harris Hall
9:30 a. m.-The Church School
11 a. m.-Morning Prayer and
Sermon. Preacher, Rev. Mr.
Harris.
11 a. m.-The Kindergarten.
5 p. m.-Evensong.
6:30 p. m.-The Student Supper
and Discussion. (Mr. Ralph R.
Johnston will read, "The Ser-
vant in the House.")

TO NAtiSARE CII-
B fA v LY S'''LED to
please the most eactin"
eye, and to please the hard-
to-fit footL witheasy-to-
weareconfort. When you
see arcd feel your lirst pair
of Bostonians *n your feet,
they'll be as good as sold.
And their cost is so low voce
can easily have two pairs
instead of one.
Wahr's Shoe Store
108 S. Main

6:30 p. m.-Y o u
Meeting.

n g People's

Be
consistent
in
your
religion
ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
Washington St. at Fifth Ave.
E. C. Stellhorn, Pastor
9 a. m.-Sunday School.

HILLEL FOUNDATION
611# E.Rai Dvers aidy Aal ..9r
4 p. m.-Rabbi David Alexander

FIRST CHURCH OF
CHRIST, SCIENTIST
409 S. Division St.
10:30 a. m. - Regular Morning
Service. Sermon topic, "Sac-
rament."
11:45 a. m.-Sunday School fol-

FST.,

. PAUL'S LUTHERAN

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CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Third and West Huron Streets
C. A. Brauer, Pastor
Res. 1005 W. Washington St.
Phone 22341

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