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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. m. Saturday)
Vol, 39. SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1929 No. 93..

Mr. Coryell will exhibit some fine T. S. Revenuesj and there will be an NSPEAK M'COY APPOINTEDaulnS mpuI*'flflhi[TTOAC BR
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University Lecture:
Dr. Ernst Diez, Associate Professor of the History of Art at Bryn
Mawr College will give a lecture on the subject "Borobudur, The Temple
of the Thousand Buddhas," in the Natural Science Auditorium at 4:15
p. m., Monday, January 28. The public is co dially invited.
F. E. Rohbbs

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Final exam
following room
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Students who are planning to enter the School of Education for the
Second Semester may register on 1feb:uary 7, 8, 9, and 11, in the Office
of the Recorder of the School of Fducation, Room 105 Tappan Hall.j
Students who plan to t ansfer to thi School of Education at the
Hours: 9-12 a. m., 2-5 p. m., exc'pt on February 9, 9-12 a. m. only.'
beginning of the second Semester. will be required to present at least a
provisional transcript from the school from which they are transferring.
Gretchen Krug, Recorder
School of Education-Feb uary Seniors:
Seniors who expect to comple'e the requirements for graduation
from the School of Education in February and wish to be recommended
for their degrees as soon as possible thereafter must pay their Diploma
and Teacher's Certificate fees and have the receipts deposited in this1
office by February 8.
Blanks for this purpose may be obtained in Room 105 Tappan
Hall. Office hours: 10:30-12 a. n., 2:30-3:30 p. m.
Gretchen Krug, Recorder r
Teacher's Certificates:


ran Room
Newberry Hall Aud.
Newberry Hall Aud.
Newberry Hall Aud.
Newberry Hall Aud.
Newberry Hall Aud.
Newberry Hall Aud.
Newberry Hall Aud.
35 A. H.
35 A. H.
and 9 25 A. H.
and 10 25 A. H.
19, and 25 1025 A. H.
1025 A. 1-.
and 12 1035 A. H1.
29, and 32 . 231 A. 11.
2225 A. H.
2225 A. H.
West Physics Lec. Room
West Physics Lee. Room
and 16 West Physics Lee. R.
and 37 2003 A. H.
2203 A. H.
3213 A. H.
E. A. Walter

Thursday afternoon, January 31, 2:00-5:00 in the

Professor From Bryn Maxvr Plans


Mathematical Club:
The monthly luncheon will be held at the Michigan Union Wed-
nesday, January 30, at 12:15. The topic for discussion is the preliminary
report of the Committee on Exceptional Students. Please note this
date as no further notice will be given.
N. C. Fisk, Secretary

To Interpret Architecture
Of Famous Temple (Continued from Page One)
cepting the Lawyer's Club build-
ing)EMPLE HAS BAS-RELEFS are to be cleared away forth-
:SA RSwith excepting the fraternity house
Boro Buddor, ":The Temple of on the southwest corner which, if
the 1,000 Buddhas,, on which Dr.the Regents so direct, may remain
Ernst Diez, associate professor of ... for the present.
art at Bryn Mawr, will lecture I would wish it understood that
next Monday afternoon in Natural none of the rooms in this "Legal
Science auditorium, is considered Research" building are to be used
the most elaborate monument of .as offices, either public or private
the Buddhist style of architecture or professional or editorial or ad-,
anywhere existing. ; ministrative in any way, except
The famous temple, which is the law librarian's office and the
now in ruins, is situated on the offices of the research professors
top of a low hill on the isle of and their assistants. Any room
Java. The date of its building, al- I. when not actually occupied in
though not absolutely certain, is person (other than those excepted
assigned to the seventh century A. above) shall be open for use by
D. at which time the Buddhist Foark M. McCoy oers. Until all of the rooms are
faith was at the height of its ,nedd ythlascolndvi-
power; the temple is a splendid: Brigadier General in the United ing lawyers and judges, unoccu-
example of Buddhism just before States army, who has been ap- pied rooms may be used by the
its decline began. pointed as the American member University staff generally, subject
ThenWorld-renowned edificeo theboard of ditatin tem to such regulations as the Regents
which is so expressive of its east- the Bolivia-Paraguay boundary may prescribe. This offer is made
w h c s s x r s i e o t a t 'teern typ e of civilization , w as erect- B l v a P r g a o n a y ion th ose con dition s.ed i th fo m f a sq re p a - u r elM c y r c n ly u e -U e Is R t i t d
r ysrquarrel. McCoy recently super-
ed in the form of a square pyra- Use Is Restricted
mid of seven walls which are built vised the elections in Nicaragua, It has now been demonstrated,
like the steps of a stair-way up acting as the personal representa- I think, to the satisfaction of every-
the hill to the summit. tive of President Coolidge. body, that the Martha Cook build-
Between the walls there are !________ ing and the Lawyer's Club build-
narrowterraces running cor- ing should not be (as they herto-
pletely round the building. The Students At Purdue fore have not been) used for the
walls are literally covered with all accommodation of summer students
forms, sizes, and shapes of statu- Disappointment or schools; nor of organizations,
ary expressing the ideas of beauty In Street Car Raid conventions or associations; nor of
and religion held by the ancient __meetings of any sort (except of the
Buddhists. Throughout the build- PURDUE.-As an expression of occupants thereof). Lest this rule
ing there may also be found many their feelings after Purdue's defeat be disregarded at some time in
bas-reliefs. Within Boro Buddor at the hands of Wisconsin last the future I make it a further con-
there are hundreds of larger than Monday, students made a rush fra dition of the above offer that rule
life statues of Buddha squatting n shall be observed in perpetuity.
the street cars and gave free rein
on his legs with his feet under to their destructive instincts. Two In order to make definite and
him. of the cars had every light bulb permanent a rule now in effect in
in them broken and all the adver- j the Martha Cook building, it is a
Subscribe to The Michigan Daily, tising posters torn down. Most of further condition of this offer that
$2.50 the half year-It's worth it. the windows were also broken. the students occupying that build-
-king shall be selected from the
Ann Arbor Art Association: Senior Class of the Literary De-
A lecture demonstration on "Jewelry" by Frank Gardner Hale of partment with a few juniors to
Boston, Mass., will be held in the lecture hall of the Architectural usages of that building.
Building, Tuesday afternoon, January 29, at 4:15. "I would ask that no publicity
B. M. Donaldson be given to my name in connection
with this building."

Blanks for the payment of the Teacher's Certificate fee may now
be secured at the office of the School of Education. All students who I Opera Orchestra:
expect to be recommended for the Teacher's Ceri icate at the end I All members of the Opera Orchestra should report to the Mimes
of the present semester must pay their fees and return their receipts !Theater Thursday, February 7th at 7:00 o'clock for rehearsal prepara-
to the Recorder, School of Education, by February 8.-j tory to the J-Hop performance.
Office hours: 10:30-12:00 a. in., 2:30-3:30 p. in. Roy S. Langham, Conductor
Gretchen Krug, Recorder

Questionaires Are Due!
The Questionaires distributed by the Department of Physical Edu-
cation for Women, were due on Wednesday, January 23. Will the house
presidents who have not yet attended to this, please cooperate byj
returning the questionaires as promptly as possible?j
Laurie E. Campbell I
English 143:
Examination, Saturday, January 26. Men in Natural Science Audi-
torium. Women in Romance Auditorium.
0. J. Campbell
Zoology 31 (Organic Evolution):
The room in which your final examination will be held is determined
by the initial letter of your name, NOT byrow letters as heretofore.
Those who initial letters are A to H, inclusive, will go to West Gallery,
Alumni Memorial Hall. Those with initials I to Z will go to Natural
Science Building.
A. Franklin Shull
Rhetoric 31, Section 9:
Final examination second Thursday mo ning, February 7, in Room
2023 Angell Hall.
G. N. Bebout
Rhetoric 32-Mr. Abbot:
Examination in this' course will be given Saturday evening, Janu-
cry 26-7 p. m., at Morris Hall.
Waldo Abbot
Georogy 31:
Final examination Monday morning, January 23, 9:00 to 12:00.
Those whose names begin with A to J, inclusive, will meet in Room
231 A. H.; K-Z in Room 103 Romance Language Building.
Wms.yT. Hobbs
Histoary 3:

Opera Orchestra:
All members of the Opera Orchestra should report to the Whitney
Theater not later than 1:45 p. m., Saturday, February 9, for the
J-Hop performance.
Roy S. Langham, Conductor
Opera Music for 1929-1930 Opera:
Men wishing to write music for the 1929-1930 Opera should com-
municate with Roy Langham at Phone 21617 as soon as possible. The
type of show and suggestions for lyrics have been decided and the
story and lyrics will be ready in a few days. Music must be ready
for the committee not later than February 16 as the orchestrations
will be made at once.
Roy S. Langham, Conductor
Aeronautical Society:
The ceremonies in connection with the first glider flight on this
campus will take place Sunday, January 27, at 11:00 a. m. on the
hills rendered the Aeronautical Society. These hills are located on
the North side of the Huron river at the intersection of Geddes and
Potawattomie Roads. All members are asked to be on hand to take
part in these ceremonies of the Glider Section of the Society. The
general public is cordially invited.
W. E. Koneczny, President
J-Hop Committeemen:
There will be a meeting of all J-Hop committeemen in room 302
of the Union Sunday at 4 p. m.
harry W. Wallace, Chairman



A review of University Prints will be held in 1025 Angell Hall One of the most widely discus-
Saturday, January 26, at p. m. e s of the ost ey dis
W. A. Frayer sed poets of the present era, Louis
Utermeyer will speak here Sun-
History 3: day night, Feb. 17, at 8 o'clock,
The final examination, Monday, January 28, 2-5 p. m., will be held under the auspices of the Hillel
in the following rooms: All sections of Dr. Dunham and Mr. Wheeler Foundation. Utermeyer, who is
in Natural Science Audito ium; all sections of Dr. Ehrmann and Mr. not only famous for the dazzling
Vander Velde in the Auditorium of Newberry Hall. phraseology of his poetry, but also
WV. A. Frayer noted as a platform lecturer espe-
French & Spanish Exams: cially in his interpretations of the
Rooms for exams in French 1, 2, 11, 31, 32, 111, 153, and Spanish new era in art and literature, and
1; 2, 31, 32, to be given Saturday afternoon, February 2, will be as fol- more lately, since the publication
lows: of his book "Moses," as a novelist.
Course: Room Utermeyer through his pen and
French 2 1025 A. H. personality has provoked more in-
French 11 1025 A. 11. terest here and in Europe during
the last decade than any other
Spanish 1 Nat. Science Aud. American poet. The late Amy
Spanish 31 Chem. Amphitheater (room 165) Lowell called him "the most ver-
Spanish 32 Chem. Amphitheater (room 165) satile genius in America." His
French 1 at 1100 West Physics Lec. Room poetry, parodies and criticisms
French 1 at 3:00 West Physics Lee. Room have brought him to the atten-
French 1, morning sections Alum. Mem. Hail, West Galle'y j tion of the art world and his col-
French 31, afternoon sections Alum. Mem. aIl11, West Gallery lections and anthologies have sold
French 31 at 11:00 103 Rom. Langs. igreat quantities.
Some of his most famous poems
French 1 at 2:00 25 A. H. include "Challenge," "Roast Levi-
French 32 25 A. h athan," "These Times," "The New
French 31 at 8:00 1035- A. 1. Adam," "Parodies," and "Yester-
French 111 231 A. H1. day and Today," and a brilliant
French 112 2225 A. H. collection recently published,
French 153 2225 A. H. "Burning Bush." His volume of
French 31 at 9:00 D Alum. Mem. Hall critical essays, "Heavens," has
been acclaimed as the most clever
Spanish 2 205 M. H. critical production of recent
Students having conflicts between French and Spanish take the American literature.
French at the regular time indicated above and watch this bulletin Besides having reached heights
for announcement concerning Spanish. in literature, Utermeyer is one of
P. E. Bursley the few poets in history who has
Ethoroughly conquered the practi -
Stamp Collectors: cal world as well as the artists
asphere. He is a designer and man-
The second meeting of Ann Arbor Stamp Club will be held in Room 408 ufacturing jeweler, a poet and yet
of the Romance Languages Building on Saturday, January 26, at- 8:00. a practical business man.









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