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PAGE EIGHT WEDN1~SDAY, JAN'tJAflY 10, 1920
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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi-
dent until a:30 p. m. (11:30 a.. in. Saturday.)
Tih Research Club will meet ill
room 2528 East Medical Buildin
on Wednesday, January 16. at 3
p. n. The following papcrs will!
S"Isolectronic Spectra," by Pro-j
fessor R. A. Sawyer.
"The Measurement of Growth in!
Education" by Professor S. A. Cour-
The course in l 8 xlu llutiOB, his(( iii the Time S-c hedule as
henmistry 32, (should be clc'te'd s Chemistry 55.
Tihe maketio bluebook scheduled for Wednesday, .Ja ii. 16. at 3 p. .in
xill be leid in room 18 A. 11. instead of in room 209 A. H. as previously
H. M. Kendall
totany 146-Tropical Economic Botany:
Botany 146, Tropical Economic Botany, will be given TuTh., at 2:00
n Rocon '014 N. S.---2 hours credit. Pre-requisite Botany I. -
C. D. La Rue
There will be a meetiung of the Aer'Hautical Society at 8:00 p.
Wednesday, January 16, in Room 343 West Engineering Building. A1
inembers are asked to attend.
W. E. Koneczny, President
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Vol. 39 WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1929
Registration of Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors of the College of A meeting of the Council will
Literature, Science, and the Arts: be held at 4:30 p. m. in room 1053
East Physics Buiiding.
The last meeting of the Upperclass Advisory Comittee for the,
present semester will be held today, Wednesday, January 16, in the cor-
ridor opposite room 1025 Angell Hall from 3:00 until 5:00 p. m. All
sophomores who have not yet consulted the Committee and any other
upperclassmen who wish to do so should arrange appointments for
this afternoon by calling at the b:>oth opposite the Recorder's Office,I
room 4 University Hall.
C. C. MAloche, Chairman
Everett S. Brown, Secretary
A. S. M. F .
There will be an important meet-
ing Thursday, January 17, at 7:45
p. m. in Room 1042 East -Eng. Bldg.
Professor Keeler will address the
society on "The Annual Meeting of
the Professional Society in New
Special Final Exanunations:
Special final examinations will be held as follows:
Speech 31.......................Thursday, Jan. 24th,
Zoology 1 .... . ...... . . ............ Friday, Jan. 25th,
Economics 171 ...... . ................Friday, Jan. 25th,
Rhetoric 189 (Drama 1):
Will meet tonight at 7:15 in 3227 Angell Hall.
3- 6 p.
The seventh of the School of 13'riness Administration's moving Jack Grav
picture programs will be held in Natural Science Auditorium at 4:05 --- .____
p. S., Wednesday, January 16. Please noe that the program will begin ; Forestry Club:
10 minutes earlier than many afternoo meet ngs. The following films There will ie a meeting of the
will be shown: Forestry Club Wednesday, January!
A Money Making Industry (how Crnada mints its coinage) 1 reel. 16, at 7:30 p. m. Professor Allen
The Federal Rese.ve Sys enm (animnatcd drawings and pictures, partly will give a demonstration of "Paull
colored, showing the functiens and operations of the Federal Reserve Bunyan's Lunchbox."
Banks) 1 reel. I The club picture for the Mich-j
Moneyrand Documents that Represent Money (the engraving and iganensian will be taken at the
printing of bank notes, stock certificates, and postage stamps) 2 reels. Rentschler Studio on Huron St.,I
In addition to the program of moving pictures, Mr. W. A. Courtney at 4:15 p. m. Thursday, January
of the American Bank Note Company will give a shot lecture describing 17. Every member is urged to be1
the third film and the work of the American Bank Note Company present.
therein depicted. W. C. Branchl, President
Allei personsdinterested are invited to attend these programs which-.C.BacPednt
are designed particularly to give business students background material. Landscape Club:
Carl N. Schmalz The picture for the Michigaiien-
sian will be taken Wednesday, Jan.
116, at Rentschler's Studio at 4:30
School of Education: Second Semester Elections: 1 m. All emers aredequted
Second semester elections for students in the School of Education to be there at that time.
should be made in the office of the School of Education, Room 105 1
Tappan Hall, January 11, 12, 14, 15, and 16. Hours: 9-12 and 2-5, except 1Miriam L. Horton
on January 12, 9-12 only. Botanical Seminar:
All election cards should be returned by 5 p. in., January 16. Botanical Seminar meets Wed-
Unavoidable change in elections may be made without payment of nesday, January 16, at 4:30, Room
fee February 14 and 15. 1139 N. S. Bldg. Paper by Eileen
Those wishing to elect academic courses where action of the Classi- W. Erlanson, "Wild Roses of the
fication Committee of the College of Literature; Science, and the Arts Western United States."
s necessary will be given tickets for their appointment with the B. M. Davis
Committee by the Recorder of the School of Education when they make
heir elections. '(11dustrial Engineering Society-
Gretchen. Krug, Recorder Dean H. C. Sadler and Professor
------ H11. C.Anderson will speak to the
Educational Courses: Society Wednesday, January 16 in
Students may secure assignments to Educational Courses Al, A25, the Engineering Society Room, The
B20, Cl, COO, and C110 in Room 105 Tappan Hall during the period of meeting will begin pr'omptly at 3
registration, January 11, 12 (morning), 14, 15, and 16. p. m. All men interested are in-
Gretchen Krug, Recorder vited to attend.
Rhetoric-Mr. Abbot's Classes:
I am not meeting my classes as units this week, but am at Morris
Hall daily from 9 to 4 for consultation. Please call for appointment.
Rehearsal tonight at 7:15 o'clock, at Morris Hall.
Speech Defects Group:
Due to examinations I will not meet any of the group 'in private
interviews until after the start of the second semester. Please call at,
the office now and sign for interviews during the second semester. List
will be posted on the door of my office.
P. 1). Swan
There will be a short business meeting of the Cercle Francais on
Thu sday evening, January 17,, at 7:30 o'clock, in Room 408, Romance
Language Building. All members are requested to be present.
Max Fruhauf, Jr., President
Colloquium in Applied Mechanics:
The next meeting will be held on Thursday, January 17, at 7:30
p. m., in Room 248 West Engineering Building. Mr. L. C. Maugh will
speak on "Bending and Direct Stress in Non-Homogeneous Materials."
All interested are cordially invited to attend.
W. M. Coates
Dance Toni ght
. . . to an orchestra full of the
latest hits and peppy numbers
with a collegiate crowd.
who recorded for Columbia Phonograph
during the holidays, will give you two hours of
dancing and entertainment-plus.
L (aturn g
T HE H EIDL EBURG PROFESSOR
World's Famous Ventriloquist
Fraterifty and Sorority Presidents:
It is very imperative that all fraternities and sororities make
their Michiganensian picture appointments at once and also fill out and
return the fraternity and soro: ity records which have been sent out.
Appointments must be made at one of the following photographers:
Rentschler, Spedding or Randall.
Tbomas Thomas, Managing Editor
Bureau of Appointments:
Students who wish to have their names put on the list and consid-
cred for positions, for fall must have their recommendations and pic-
tures in by the end of the first semester.
Rellen R. Shambaugh, Secretary
Graduate Students and Staff Department of Romance Languages:
The Romance Club will meet on Wednesday, January 16, in 403 R. L.
at 4:10 p. m. The program is as follows:
Newton S. Bement, "The Causes and Character of Some Fifteenth
and Sixteenth Century French Grammars."
Nelson W. Eddy, "Some Recent Critical Works About Spanish Liter-;
Warner F. Patterson
Twilight Organ Recital:
Clarence Dickinson, well known Ainerican organist,. will give the
following program in Hill Auditorium, Wednesday afternoon, at 4:15
o'clock. The general public, with the exception of small children, is
invited to attend. -No admission charge.
Ad iessen: Chorale; Giles Farnaby: Giles Farnaby's Dream; Rinck:
Rondo, (from Concerto for Flute Stops); Dickinson: Allegro Maestoso,
from "Storm King" Symphony; Dickinson: Memories; Bach: Cathedral
Prelude and Fugue; Bach: Anna Magdalena's March; Liszt: Evocation
in the Sistine Chapel; Moussorgsky: The Ox Cart; MacDowell: The
Humming Bird; Traditional from Holland, Old Dutch Lullaby; Sinding:
Charles A. Sink
Choral Union Ushers:
All members of the Choral Union Ushers are requested to report on
Friday evening, January 18, for the Roland Hayes Concert, not laterI
W. A. Davenport
Senior Education Class Council:
There will be an important mreitng of all Croup Leaders today
(Wednesday, Jan. 16) at 5:00 p. mn. in Room 405 in Clic University THigh I
Alletta Morton, President
Point System Committee:^ ~
There will be a meeting of the Point System Committee of theI
Woman's League at 4:00 o'clock on Wednesday, January 16, in Barbour
W. R. Wright, Pres.
Ann Arbor Art Association :
The exhibitions of paintings and
color wood blocks by Mary 0. John- I
son, A. Maestro-Valerio and Gus-
tave Baumann in tho three galler-
ies on the second floor of Alumni
Memorial Hall will be open daily
from 1:30 to 5:00o'clock. These
exhibitions will close Wednesday
afternoon, January 23.
'. M. Donaldson, President
The Newcomer's Section will mect
Thursday afternoon at 2:30 at the '
Gamma Phi Beta house, 1520 South
Mrs. PaI Washkc
Music Section---Faculty Women's
The Music Section of the Faculty
Women's Club will hold its regu-
lar meeting for January on Wed-
nesday, January 16, at 8 o'clock, at
the home of M- s. A. H. White, 603
Onondago Avenue, preceded by
practice for chorus at 7:15.
Elana K. Taylor, Secy.
Aplha Omega Alpha Lecture:
Dr. Frederick A. Coller, Prof. of
Surgery, will lecture on the subject
""The Life and Work; of WilliamI
Harvey," Wednesday, Jan. 16, at
8:15 p. m. in the Natural Science I
Auditorium. This - lecture will be
accompanied by lantern slides and
motion pictures. Those actively in-
terested in medical science are cor-
dially invited to attend.
Edwin J. Doty,
III I Will
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Mary Alice Moore, Chairman
International Aspects of Business: i Chi Delta Phi will meet tonight
A course in this subject will be oflerec in the School of Business at 7:30 in the sewing room on the
Administration for the second semester by Dr, Vladimxir Timxoshenko.1 third floor of Martha Cook. Build-
This course will be open to a limited number of students of at least d rg-
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Spanish 113, Second Semester:
M':. Eddy will repeat Course 1
three hours' credit, MWF, at 1 o'c
students who have had 32 or the e
Alpha Kappa Delta: -.
The supper planned for this eve-
13, Nineteenth Century Literature ning has been postponed owing to
:lock, in room 305 R. L. Open tojthe illness of Mrs. Wood. A meet-
quivalent. ing will be held however, at the
C.,. Wagner home of the President of Alpha
Kappa Delta, 628 W. Summit St.
Alpha Nix:Mr. Guckert will speak on "Russia."
All members needing transporta-
The organization's pic ture will be tion should meet promptly at the
taken Wednesday, Jan. 16, at 4:30 Economics Building entrance at
at Spedding's Studio. 7:15 tonight.a
John Webster Reginald D. Mac Nitt, Pres.1
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. . . 18.75
Pi Lambda Theta:
The 'Ensian picture will be taken
at Dcy's Studio tonight at 5:30.
Terry Cloth DRESSING
Now $4 & $7.50 $5.50
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