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DAILY O F FI CIAL BULLETIN
Mr. Scott's Freshman Week Group: Colloqumrn imi Applied Meclianics:
b shall be glad to consult with iaiy m'mbi r;; of my rmhmin';";h W kcd The inxt meeting will be held on Thursday, January 17, at 7:3
group in Room 4001 Angell Hall, Tuesday, at 3 o'clock, Wednesday at p. In., in Room 248 West Engineering Building. Mr. L. C. Maugh will
10 or at 5 o'clock, Thursday at 3 o'clock, and Saturday at 10 o'clock. speak on "Bending and Direct Stress in Non-Homogeneous Materials."
S. iI Scott All interested are cordially invited to attend.
W. M. Coates
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. Saturday.)
THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1929
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The course in Oxidation-Reduction, listed.n n hwe T Chedule au FOr a CluJ:
Chemistry 32, should be elected as Chemistry 55. The Club picture for the Michiganensian will be taken at the Rent-
Ii. N. Cole schler Studio on Huron Street at 4:15 p. i., Thursday, January 17
Professor Alexander Silverman of the University of Pittsburgh, will' Geology 102: Invertebrate Paleontology:
give a lecture, under the joint auspices of the American Chemical Enrollment in this course has closed. Only those who have permis-
Society and the University of M'chigan, on the subject, "The Chemistry sion of' the instructor may take the course. .
and Technology of Glass," Friday, January 13, at 4:15 p. m., in Room It. C. Hussey
165, Chemistry Building. The public is cordially invited.'
Every member is urged to be present.
W. C. Branch, President
Psychological Journal Club:
F. E. Robbins
Professor Hans Naumann, of the University of Frankfurt, and Karl
Schurz Professor at the University of Wisconsin, will give a lecture (in
.German) on the subject "Rainer Ma ia Rilke and the Transition to!
Expressionism" in the Natural Science Auditorium at 4:15 p. m., Thurs-
day, January 24. The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins I
Classification, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:!
A few hundred students, entitled to appointments with the Classifi-
cation Committee Thursday, Jan. 17, "oday), have never appeared to!
claim these appointments. Because of this fact, an equal number of.
students, now holding Friday or Saturday tickets, may, if they so desire,
'exchange their tickets for Thursday tickets.'
D. L. Rich
German, Teachers' Course:
All students registering for German 152 (Teaching of German) will.
please meet Professor Hildner in 302UH, Thurs., Jan. 17, at 4:00, for
arrangement of schedule.
Norman L. Willey
Political Science 291-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
The Club meets Thursday, January 17, at 7:30 in room 3126 N. S.
Mr. Padilla will report on "The sensitivity of the rat to the red -end
I of the spectrum," and Dr. Guernsey on "A quantitative study of eye
reflexes in infants." Visitors are welcome.
C. H. Griffitts
The band will broadcast tonight at Morris Hall. Be at the Broad-
casting Room not later than 6:50.
Gilbert B. Saltonstall
'Varsity Glee Club:
Rehearsal will be held, tonight at 7 o'clock in room 308 Union. Mr.
Harrison requests all members to be present and on time.
Whether or not Michigan is to
take the lead of all the states in
fightingi the tuberculosis menace
will be the result of Gov. Fred W.
Green's institutional building pro-
;ram which is at present before
the state legislature at Lansing for
approval and development of ways
and means for maturing the pro-
gram. This project brings to a
lefinite end the four-year fight
wvhich Senator James T. Upjohn of
Kalamazoo has been making to
remove the treatment of tubercul-
osis out of the hands of politics
and to place it on a sound medical
The project calls for an appro-
priation of $23,000,000 for buildings,
of which $750,000 are to be spent
for a tuberculosis prevention and
the erection of a $500,000 sanator-
ium to be located here in Ann Ar-
bor to which the Governor plans
to have patients sent for treat-
ment before sending them to other
states for further medical atten-
Another feature of the proposed
program is the planned inclusion
of the American Legion tubercul-
osis hospital at Battle Creek, the
management of which the state
will thus take over, creating a di-
vision there for the treatment of
ex-service men and using the re-
maining beds which are available
for state patients.
Both Governor Green and Sena-
All students graduating in February who wish assistance in securing
a position, other than teaching, should register immediately at the
office of the Committee on Vocational Counsel and Placement, 201
W. E. Parker ;
Students completing German 32 this semester who desire to con- Herbert J. Palmer, Mgr.
tinue with German next semester are to consult me before making '
election. N Oratorical Board:
Norman L. Willey The Ensian picture will be taken Thursday afternoon at 4:30 at
IRentschler's, instead of the appointment previously announced. Please
Summer Camp Leaders: beeprompt.
The Great Lakes Inter-Camp Council, an organization of men and Robert J. Gessner, President
women interested in the promotion of boys and girls camps in the !_ _
Great Lakes Region will hold the mid-winter meeting in Detroit on University Radio Program:
Saturday, Feb. 2. Any student looking forward to a summer of camp January 17-7 p. in. Speakers-Walter F. Hunt, Professor of Petrol-
leadership might profit by attendance. For particulars see me at Lane' ogy, Topic-Marble; William W. Blume, Professor of Law, Topic-With-
Hall. Hratztal o l f A o inaiO ire r m l i n 'i* ,4 rt... ._,:
Copies of the list of vacancies in the League houses for second
semester are now available in the office of Advisers of Women.
Homer H. Grafton
Seniors and Graduate Students in Chemical Engineering:
Dr. J. C. Geniesse of the Atlantic Refining Company of Philadelphia
will be in room 2028 East Engineering Building today to interview
ct rn ict v h r int nn t dl in n iti in n}rli ., -o nt.r.
rawai o americanCourtsrom uhina; clifnord G. Glover, Associate
Professor of Pharmacognosy, Topic-What Goes Into a Pill.
University of Michigan Concert Band-The Victors, Elbel; Overture'
Zampa, Herold; Atlantis Suite, Safranek; Procession of Bacchus from
the Ballet Sylvia, Delibes; The Bells of St. Mary's, Adams; Varsity,
Moore; The Yellow and Blue, Balfe.
studens wno are nerese in posTons in petroleum wor. Please -p
Sixth Choral Concert:. k with Mi Mc im efr twoit'uoc Waldo Abbot tor Up
Roland- Hayes, distinguished Negro tenor, will be heard in the make appointments with Miss McKi before two o'clock. project
Choral Union concert series in Hill Auditorium, Friday night, January Cerce Francais Astronomy and Religion: presen
18, at 8:15 p. m. sharp, in the following program: r iProfessor Dr. W. C. Rufus will give an illustrated lecture Thursday, in 192
Beethoven: Adelaide; Gauppi: Eviva Rosa Bella; Handel: "Oft oni There will be a short bustess meeting of the Cercle Francais on Jan. 17, at 4:15 p. in., in Room 231 Angell Hall, on "Astronomy and the go
a plat of rising ground" from "Il Penseroso"; Schubert: "Die Krahe'' angThusday evening, January 17, at 7:30 o'clock, in Room 408, Romancei Religion." The Tolstoy League invites all who are interested in the
Schubert "Die Nebensonnen"; Schubert: "Wohin'; Widor: "Mon Bras Language Building. All members are rquesFuhto be presenti Wnfluence of science on religion. Subs
Pressait"; Koechlin: "Le The"; Rachmaninoff: Songs of Georgia; Slo-M ax-__ _auf, Jr., Presdent E. Wadsworth $2.50 a
nimsky: My Little Pool; Gerald Tyler: Ships that Pass in the Night; A. S. M. E.:
Quilter: 'I will go with my father a ploughing"; and Negro Spirituals: There will be an important meet-
"You Better Mind"; "Ezekiel saw de Wheel"; "My Lord, what a mourn- ing Thursday, January 17, at 7:45
in" My God is so high."
The public is respectfully requested to come on time, as the doors P m. in Room 1042 East Eng Bldg.
Professor Keeler will address the;
will be closed during numbers. Holders of course tickets are also society on "The Annual Meeting of
requested to detach, before leaving home, and present for admission Ithe Professional Society in New
only coupon No. 6, marked "Roland Hayes." York City"
Parking will be restricted as usual. Taxis and autos may unload Jack Gray
and load at either side entrance. Local and interurban buses will park
in front of and at the right of the Auditorium on North University Christian Science Society:
Avenue. Christian Science Society of the
Charles A. Sink University of Michigan meets to-' 1t
john are cooperating on this
which Upjohn formally
ted in a less elaborate form
5 and which was vetoed by
vernor at that time.
cribe to The Michigan Daily
half year-It's worth it.
Mimes Try-Outs: night at 7:30 in the upper room of
Men wanting to try-out for parts in "Loyalties," "Justice," "The Ford. Johnston,.Secretary
Marquise," or "S. S. Glencairn" should come to the Mimes theater stage
from 2 to 5 o'clock this afternoon. Any women who were not able to Inlander:
try-out at the regular time yesterday may arrange special appoint- There will be an important staff
ments by calling me or coming to the Mimes theater.jmeeting tonight at 7:15, in room
E. Mortimer Shuter I407 of the Library.
Spanish 113, Second Semester: Jean A. Gilman
Mr. Eddy will repeat Course 113, Nineteenth Century Literature, !Athena Literary Society
three hours' credit, MWF, at 1 o'clock, in room 305 R. L. Open to The 'Ensian picture will be taken
students who have had 32 or the equivalent. at Spedding's at 4:30 Friday, Jan-
C. P. Wagner uary 18. Everyone please be there
Botany 146-Tropical Economic Botany: promptly.
Botany 146, Tropical Economic Botany, will be given TuTh., at 2:00 Doris M. Hicks, President
in Room 4014 N. S.-2 hours credit. Pre-requisite Botany I. P ysical Education
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%np.eia.l Final F.xa.mina.tianc-
Special final examinations will be held as follows: A meeting of the Physical Edu-
Speech 31 .......................... Thursday, Jan. 24th, 3- 6 p. in. cation club will be held at 7:30
Zoology 1........................Friday, Jan. 25th, 3- 6 p. m. o'clock tonight in ,Natural Science
Economics 171 .........................Friday, Jan. 25th, 7-10 p. m auditorium it was announced yes-
H. C. Carver terday by Ray Nebelung, president.
Professor Elmer D. Mitchell will
Speech Defects Group: show a film on the development of
Due to examinations I will not meet any of the group in private the game of speedball. Carl Kar-
interviews until after the start of the second semester. Please call at mayer will tell, about the Turnder-
the -office now and sign for interviews during the second semester. List ine Festival which was held in
will be posted on the door of my office. Germany last year. All members
P. D. Swann are asked to attend.
Comprehensive English Examination: BOSTON-All doubt concerning
The -Winter Comprehensive English Examination will be held at 9 the question of whether or not
o'clock Saturday, Jan. 19, in Room 2225, Angell Hall. All seniors expect- Arnold Horween would coach an-
ing to teach English either as a minor or major subject should take other year at Harvard was dis-
this examination. It is specifically required of students who are enroll- pelled at a banquet in honor of
ing in English 196 (Education D110). the 1928 football team at which
C. D. Thorpe time his return was announced.
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