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THE MICI-11GAN DAILY

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of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi-
dent until 3:30 p. n. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)

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Vol. 39 FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1929

No. 8(1.

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Senate Meeting Postponed:
Owing to the change in the date of the Regents' Meeting to Janu-
ary 21, the meeting of the University Senate announced for that date
will be postponed until Wednesday, January 30.I
John W. Bradshaw, Secretary of the Senate
University Lecture: x
Professor Alexander Silverman of the University of Pittsburgh, will
give a lecture, under the joint auspizes of the American Chemical
Society and the University of Michigan, on the subject, "The Chemistry
and Technology of Glass," Fr day, January 18, at 4:15 p. in., in Room
165, Chemistry Building. The publi. is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins
French Lecture:-
Professor Andre Morize of Harva d University will give the third
lecture on the Cercle Francais Prorgan Monday, January 21st, at 4:15
o'clock in Natural Science Auditorium on "La Conversation."
Tickets for the series of lectures and plays may be p ocured. from
the Secretary of the Department of Romance Languages (room 112,1
Romance Languages Building) or at the door.
I'ene Talamon
February Graduates:
All students graduating in February who wish assistance in securing
a position, other than teaching,. should register immediately at theI
office of the Committee on Vocational Counsel and Placement, 201
Mason Hall.
W. E. Parker
Bureau of Appointments:
Students whose records are not complete by the end of the first
semester will not be considered for teaching positions in the fall. In-
complete records will be destroyed unless sufficient reason is given why
they cannot be completed by that time.
Location Blanks must be made out as soon as elections are com-
pleted for the .second semester. Call at the office, 102 Tappan Hall, for
these blanks.
Hellen R. Shan1baugh, Secretary
University Women:
Copies of the list of vacancies in the League houses for second
semester are now available in the office of Advisers of Women.
Grace Richards. 1
Summer Camp Leaders:
The Great Lakes Inter-Camp Council, an organization of men and
women interested in the promotion of boys and girls camps in the
Great Lakes Region will hold the mid-winter meeting in Detroit on
Saturday, Feb. 2. Any student looking forward to a summer of camp
leadership might profit by attendance. For particulars see me at Lanel
Hall.
Homer I. Grafton

Due to examinations I will iot meet a.iny of liic group in priv"
interviews until after the start of the second semester. Please call
the office now and sign for interviews during the second semester. L
will be posted on the door of my o[fice,
1. ). Swami
Germani 32:
Students completing German 32 this semester who desire to cc
tinue with German next semester are to consult me before maki
election.
Norman L. Willey
Chemistry 55:
The course in Oxidation-Reduction, listed in the Time Schedule
Chemistry 32, should be elected as Chemistry 55.
II. N. Cole
Special Final Examinations:
Special final examinations will be held as follows:
Speech 31 .......................... Thursday, Jan. 24th, 3- 6 p.
Zoology 1 ................... ......Friday, Jan. 25th, 3- 6 p.
Economics 171......................Friday, Jan. 25th, 7-10 p.
II. C. Carver

Aeronautical and Meehan ical Engineering: l Aun Arbor Art Association:
-(The exhibitions of paintings and
A lecture on Super-charging internalCombustinEngines will be ,,color wood blocks by Mary 0. John-
given by Dr. Moss, of the General Electric, at 4:00 p. in., Friday, Jan- son, A. Macstro-Valerio and Gus-
nary 18, in Room 1042 East Engineering Building. Everybody invited jav' Baimnan in the three galer-
to attend. ies on the ,edod floor of Alumi
F. W. Pawlowski Memorial Hall will be ope daily
from 1:30 to 5:00 o'clock. These
Athena Literary Society: exhibitions will close Wednesday
The Athena picture will be taken at Spedding's Studio on Friday,aernoon, January 23.
January 18, at 4:30. Please be there promptly. B. M. Donaldson, President
Doris M. Hicks STANFORD UNIVERSITY.- De-
viating slightly from the ordinary
Chinese Students Christian Association: movued an aluiversityStaiford
There will be a meeting of the C. S. C. A. next Saturday, Jan. 19, at picture intitled "The Fast Male" as
7:30 p. m., at Wesley Hall. We will have as our guests the cabinet a burlesque of the Hollywood pic-
members of the young people societies from the various churches in tures of college life. Its chief vir-
town. Members please bear this in mind. t tue as a motion picture is said to
K. W. Kwan, Secretary be its modesty.

m' Monday Evening Drama Section-Faculty Woman's Club:
The Monday Evening Drama Section will meet Monday evening,
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SpanisU411anuary1, at5 7:, u the ciuunouse, 26 6. Inganls.
Spanish 113, Second Semester: Mrs. H. C. Eckstein
M,. Eddy will repeat Course 113, Nineteenth Century Literature,
three hours' credit, MWF, at 1 o'clock, in room 305 R. L. Open to J-Hop Committee:
students who have had 32 or the equivalent. Pictures of the J-Hop Committee of 1930 will be taken at Spedding's
C. V. Wagner Studio, Friday, January 18, at 12:00 noon.

Harry Wallace, Chairman

New York Listed
Stocks
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Conservative m argin accounts
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Telephone 22541
Brown-Cress & Co.,
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Investment Securities

Geology 102: Invertebrate Paleontology:
Enrollment in this course has closed. Only those who have permis-
sion of the instructor may take the course.
It. C. Hussey
Botany 146-Tropical Economic Botany:I
Botany 146, Tropical Economic Botany, will be given TuTh., at 2:00
in Room 4014 N. S.-2 hours credit. Pre-requisite Botany I.
C. D. La Rue
Comprehensive English Examination:
The Winter Comprehensive English Examination will be held at 9
o'clock Saturday, Jan. 19, in Room 2225, Angell Hall. All scniors expect-
ing to teach English either as a minor or major subject should take
this examination. It is specifically required of students who are enroll-
ing in English 196 (Education D110).
C. D. Thorpe
Business Administration 101:
There will be no meetings of this class today, January 18. Students
will pass in their reports to Mr. Bradbury, Room 11A, Tappan Hall,
before noon today.
J. P. Mitchell, Jr. l

Chi Delta Phi:
The Chi Delta Phi 'Ensian picture will be taken at Dey's studio
on Sunday morning, January 20, at 11:30 o'clock. Members please be
prompt.
Louisa Butler, President
The Michigan Technic:
There will be a very important meeting of all staff members and
tryouts Friday, Jan. 18, at 4:30 p. m.
Bernard M. Cain, Managing Editor

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Geology 109, 135, and 131:
I will be unable to meet my classes today.

(~ha~esAV. Cook

Special Swimming Classes:
The Intramural Depaitment is having swimming classes for begin-
ners and advanced swimmers every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
at 7:30-8:30. G. D. MeMahon is in charge.
Intramural Department
Lecture on Welding:
Mr. I. G. Hook, 13E, will talk on the subject of Welding Copperi
Brass, and Bronze Saturday morning at 9 o'clock in Room 1042, East
Enginee: ing Building. All interested are cordially invited to attend.
0. IV. Boston

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University Symphony Orchestra Concert:
The University Symphony' Orchestra, Samuel Pierson Lockwood,
conductor, assisted by Mrs. Maud Okkelberg, pianist, will give the fol-
lowing program in the faculty concert series in Hill Auditorium, Sunday,
January 20, at 4:15 o'clock. The general public, with the exception' of
small children, is invited. The public is requested to come on time as
the doors will be closed during numbers.
Schubert: Ballet music to "Rosamunde"; Strauss: Burleque (Mrs.
Okkelberg); Haendel: Concerto Grosso in F; Grieg: first movement
from the Quartet, transcribed for orchestra by S. P. Lockwood.
Charles A. Sink 1
Graduate Students:
Many students who have received a summons from the Graduate
School office have not appeared. Please give attention to these notices
before Saturday noon of the present week.

Masonic Students:
The regular meeting of the Craftsmen's Club will be held in the
Large Lodge room of the Masonic Temple on Saturday evening at
7:30.
The group picture for the 'Ensian will' be taken at 10:15 Sunday-
morning at Rentschler's Studio. Each one is urged to be present.
R. W. Webster, President

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Physical Education Students: Jday program to the annual agri-
Physcal ducaion tudets:culture conference at the Purdue
The Intramural Offices are now located at the new Intramural University this week. Thousands
Sports Building. Telephone 22101. of dollars are being awarded to
Intramural Department prize winners in the conference.

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dances of unequaled enjoyment with music
by the sensational Michigan Wolverines,
under the direction of Buddy Golden.
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