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1 i-I F NI B 111 (!AN 1)1 LY SUNDAY, JANUAflY 2Th 1929

Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all
of the Upiversity. Copy received by the Assistant to t
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)

University Symphony Orchest,.a Concert: Rhetoric-Mr. Abbot's Classes: I Members of Scalp and Blade:
The University Symphony U chestra, SIaiuel Pierson Lockwood, The following students have not consulted about thesis and semester There will be a meeting at the
!-conductor, assisted by Mrs. Maud Okkelberg, pianist, will give the fol- papers: Houck, Lyons, Cohen, Barash, Andreae, Fry, Maloy, Greenberg, Union, Sunday, January 20, 1929, at
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lowing program in the faculty concert series in Hill Auditorium, Sunday, Nathanson, Grabow, Hayden, Hoffer, Donahoe, McDonald. Appoint- 2:30 Cliok
members January 20, at 4:15 o'clock. The general public, with the exception of ments must bc made at Morris Hall between 9 a. m. and 4 p. i. Mon- lifford ne, Secretary
h Presi- small children, is invited. The public is requested to come on time as day. Chi Delta Phi:
the doors will be closed during numbers. Waldo Abbot T Chi Delta Phi 'Ensian pic
Schubert: Ballet Music to "Rosamunde"; St auss: Burleque (Mrs. ture will be taken this morning at
No. 88. Okkelberg); Haendel: Concerto Grosso in F; Grieg: first movement from 'Varsity Glee Club: Dey's studio at 11:30 o'clock. Mem
- } the Quartet, transcribed for orchestra by S. P. Lockwood. There will be a rehearsal Monday night in room 308 Union. It is bers please be prompt.

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J-11op Permits Charles A. Sink
Temporary permission to drive cars for the period beginning at 12 Speech Defects Group:
o'clock noon, Friday, Feb. 8 and ending at 8:00 A. M., Monday, Feb. 11th, Due to examinations I wil' not meet any of the group in privatc
will be granted under the following conditions. interviews until after the start of the second semester. Please call at
I. Students possessing regular permits to operate motor ve- the office now and sign for inverviews during the second semester. List
hicles will not be required to re-register their cars for this occa- will be posted on the door of my office.
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inperative that every member be present. Louisa Butler, President

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II. Other students desiringto drive cars for the above periods--
may apply at the Office of the Dean of Students between the dates !Shop 4:
of January 24th and February 7th, at which time they must be Because of the unfavorable driving c.onditions, all those making the.
in possession of trip to the Cadillac Motor Car Company will please take the 8 o'clock
1. Written consent of parents. interurban Monday morning. This car leaves the downtown station at
2. Driver's license. 8 o'clock. There will be no second trip on Wednesday, Jan. 23.
3. License number of the car which they would like to C. W. boston
operate.
Special permission will not be granted until the above informa- Conflicts in Final Examinatiqtns for the Colleges o Engineering ant11
tion is in this office. and1 no apnr'ations will be conside ed after Architecture:
5:00 P. M., Thursday, Febriarv 7 b All conflicts must be reported to me before Jan. 24. Instructions for
III. It must be understood that special permission is granted the disposition of conflicts will be found posted on the Bulletin board
to a person to operate only the automobile which is registered in by my office, room 3223 East Engineering Building.
this office, and that such permission applies only to one car and J. C. Brier
to the student who registers.
IV. Under no circumstances will- special permission be given Physical Education Students:
to students to bring their cars to Ann Arbor before 12 o'clock The Intramural Offices are now located at the new Intramural
noon, on Friday, February 8 h, nor will special permission be given Sports Building. Telephone 22101.
to any student to drive a car home after 8 A. M., Monday, Feb- Intramural Department
ruary 11th. ___
J. A. Bursley, Dean Psychology 31:
For those of my students who have missed one of the class blue-
lor Collection of Autographs of Napoleon:E books, a make-up will be given Monday, January 21, at 3 o'clock, in
The Taylor Collection of Autographs of Napoleon and his Generals room 3126 N. S. This examination will cover Chapters VII to XIII
be presented to the University by Mr. Taylor in Room 110 in the inclusive.
feral Library building on Monday, January 21, at 2:30. President B. D. Thuma
le will accept the Collection on behalf of the University. The I
ection will be open for inspection at the conclusion of the ceremony Men's Education Club:
resentation. The exercises will be public and members of the Uni- The picture for the Michiganensian will be taken in Dey's Studio

Ingalls Street, at which time the initiation will take place. All new
members are expected to be present.
Mrs. C. W. Ferris, President
Political Science 164:
Students electing this course next semester are particularly desired
to attend, if possible, the luncheon to M. de Lanux, of which notice
appears in this column.
R. T. Crane

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Herbert J. Palmer, Manager {Sigma Delta Chi:
llinudstn Club: Regular meeting Monday at 4
o'clock.
The Club picture will be taken Sunday, January 20, at 2:15 p. in., StearohokeroPesien
at~~~~~~~~~~~ p d ,1b a i y i a 5pStewart Hooker, President
at Spedding's Studio, 619 East Liberty- Street. An important meeting !________
will follow, at which time will occur the election of officers for the Ann Arbor Art Association:
coWeing semester.aThe exhibitions of paintings and
Wm. B. Palmer, Secretary color wood blocks by Mary 0. John-
son, A. Maestro-Valerio and Gus-
; .T-Hop Commlitteemn:tave Baumann in the three galler-
There will be a meeting of all J-Hop committeemen Sunday at 4 ies on the second floor of Alumni
p . m., in room 302 of the Union. Memorial Hall will be open daily
Harry W. Wallace, Chairman from 1:30 to 5:00 o'clock. These
exhibitions will close Wednesday
M1ichigan Dames: afternoon. January 23.
The next meeting of the Michigan Dames will be held Tuesday, Jan- B. M. Donaldson, President
nary 22, at 8 o'clock at the Faculty Women's Clubhouse, 226 South

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Major School Tea: ! Upholstering, Furniture
The tea given by the Women's Staff of the Major School of Physical Repairing, Refinishing
Education will be held in the Women Athletic Field House, from 5 to ad emeing
7 o'clock today.
Laurie E. Campbell
L aurie E . C a mpbell218 East H uron Street
M. Pierre de Lanux: t AnAbr-----Mcia
M. de Lanux will talk on "Modern Manners in Diplomacy" at a Ann Arbor----- Michigan
luncheon at 12:15 Wednesday, January 23, in the ladies' dining room Phone 3432
of the Union. Luncheon will be 75c. All students and faculty, if able
to remain during the one o'clock hour, are invited to attend, and if
intending to do so are requested to notify the Political Science office
at 2033 Angell Hall (campus phone 267) in order to determine the num-
ber of covers to set.WPay
R. T. Crane

versity are invited to attend.
W. W. Bishop, Librarian

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University Lecture:
Professor Paul Hazard, of the College de France, Exchange Professor
at Harvard University this semester, will lecture in French Thursday,E
January 24, at 4:15 o'clock, in room 103 Romance Languages, on- "Le
Voyage de Chateau-briand." The public is invited.

on Sunday, January 20, at 3:00 o'clock.
Arthur B. Elliott C
Chemical Engineering Seminar:f
Professor E. S. Pettyjohn will be the speaker at the Seminar on1
Monday, January 21, ih room 3201 East Engineering Building. His sub-k
ject, is, "The Use of Bituminous Coal in the Manufacture of Water
Gas."

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University Lecture:
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 Maria 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
French Lecture:
Professor Andre Morize of Harvard University will give the thirdj
lecture on the Cercle Francais program 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 procured from
the Secretary of the Department of Romance Languages (room 112,
Romance Languages Building) or at the door.
Rene Talamon
Business Administration Lecture:
Edgar Higgins, of New York City, will speak on "Investment Trusts,"
Monday, January 21, at 4:15 p. m., in Room 101 Economics Building.
The public is'invited.,
C. E. Griffin I
Faculty, School of Education:
The regular staff luncheon will be held at the Union, Monday, Janu-
ary 21, at 12:15 o'clock. Some important announcements are to be'
made.
C. O. Davis, Secretary
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 se'mester. Call at the office, 102 Tappan Hall, for
These blanks.
lkellen R. Shambaugh, Secretary
February Graduates :
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
Mason Hall.
WV. 1,. Pa!rker E
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.

Alfred II. White
Botanical Senda:
Botanical Seminar meets Wednesday, .Jan-uary 23, at 4:30, Room
1139 N. S. Bldg. Paper by C. G. Kulkarni-"Meiosis in two mutants of
Oenothera practincola and their hybrids."
I. M. Davis
Monday Evening Drama Section-Faculty Woman's Club:
The Monday Evening Drama Section will meet Monday evening,
January 21, at 7:;0, at the clubhouse, 226 S. Ingalls.
Mrs. II. C. Eckstein
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Round Table Club:
n There will be a meeting of the club Sunday, Jan. 20, at 2:45 p. in.,,
in room 202 South Wing. C. S. Yoakum, Professor of Personnel manage-
ment will speak on "Recent trends in the American Federation of
Labor."
Judith Mayer
Faculty Women's Club:
The Play Reading Section will meet Tuesday afternoon at 2:301
o'clock with Mrs. Max Winkler, 1520 Cambridge.
Mrs. W. V. Marshall j
Alpha Epsilon Mu:
All members of Alpha Epsilon Mu are requested to meet at Dey's
studio at 12:00 o'clock today for Michiganensian picture.
Sherwood B. Winslow

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