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"jIGeoog 31: i eformed and Christian Reormed Students:
I f U U f I r i fnl ~cx3 ssinltioI) Nnrti (1;l 118)n I 111g. J 1111 y 2?; , 11:00 to 12:00. Ur. Peters of Hope College, well known to all studets and friends
II I T phse whose names begin with A to 1, inclusive, will meect in Room jof Reformed and Christian persuasion, will be the speaker at the:
Publication In the Bulletin is constructive notice to all membersWm1. obs adeswl begin at 10:30. another address to be given at 4 oclock in
of fihe University. Copy received by th sitnttIh ress-i - the afternoon.Al Reformedd Christian Reformed students and -
dent until :301 p. m. (11:30 a. in, Saturday.) Rhetoric 190 (Dranma 11): friends are cordially invited to attend.le
I find that a number of students have classified for this course The Committee Ag
Vol. 39. SUNDAY, JANUARY 27, 129 No. 9 without consulting with me. Admission for students who have not Ib
_____ _____ been in Rhetoric 189 the first semester of this year is only by permission' Psychology 31;f
Ation o.f Discipline Committee:baeprarlontesbisoofam ucitindmtcfr, The final examination will be gven in the following rooms: initials
agigudiorhasintoxaiced ir aou tathKenonehofPteichigMantoI shall be in my office this week for consultation on Monday, 101 in AlumniMemorial tAuditorium; V to Zinuiverinu omm0;Rmnc
Daily on December 21, 1928, the subject was investigated by the Disci- 1 n o3 usa,1 o1;Wdedy o2 Languages Building (od museum).
pihne Committee. The Committee finds that the report is utterly base- Theses and other unreturned papers may be obtained in room
less in fact, and deprecates the spreading of such groundless rumors. A'Iex 2125, Natural Science Building, on Wednesday, January 30.
C. l. Fcsenen, ecrearyEngineers who have a conflict with the data of the final examina-
C. H Fescndia, ecrearyThe next meeting of the Archery class wil 1be Sunday aftrnoon at tion may appear in room 1121, Natural Science Building on Thursday IN
University Senate: :30 p. M.j at 9 o'clock. D
The-rgulr eetngoftheUnverit Seat fr te ear198-Dr. Lynam Literary students who have a conflict with Rhetoric I, or any other 1
The'9 wille he tingRoofCtLawUieriny'Sonatefod ted ea 308 iclasses may appear in room 1121, Natural Science Building on Saturday, R
at15 p. e edInRomC anBilig o ededy, ToaAllrFac0lty"Men: February 2. Individuals who were not present for the collateral refer- v'
The aculy Me's Gm. lass devted rinipaly tothe la n c e examination may take their make-up examination on this same
Order of Business: Th aut e y. lsdvtdpicial otepaigdate
1. Annual Report of the Board in Control of Athletics. of Volley Bal, is to be organized, meeting probably twice a week in f .Adlbrt Ford
II. Annual, Report of the Committee on Vocational Counsel and late afternoon in the new Intram~iural Sports Building. The Intramural ti______
Placement. Department has arranged to give the Faculty use of court and equip- A
John Bradshaw, Secretary of the nient, also possibly coach or referee, from 4:30 to 6:00 p. in. on Mondaysj Student Tutors: e.
Senrate j and Wednesdays of each week. I Any student desiring to secure employment as tutor will be lis tedS
The game is one in which previous knowledge or experience is not! by the Student Employment Bureau in Room 2, University Hall, pro-
Uiversity Lecture: a requisite, but is one suitable to all those desirous of obtaining some vided he furnishes a satisfactory recommendation from the head of the I
Dr.ErstDizAsscitePrfesorofth Hstry f rtatBrn mild exercise and enjoyable physical recreation. The first meetingf department of instruction concerned. 'A
M r.w rnstlgewilDieasoctue Pofte srjofte iorofAurTeTemBrynwillbe Wednesday, February 13th, 4:30 p. in. in the Auxiliary Gym.i_
MarCleewl iealcueo h ujc Brbdr h epeRoom of the Intramural Building. If sufficient interest is arousedJ.ABuse D
of the Thousand Buddhas," in the Natural Science Auditorium at 4:15! possibly teams will be organized from various groups and a schedule ( CORNELL UNIVERSITY. - The i CINCINNAT.-New rules have h
p. in., Monday, January 23. The public is cowdially invited. of games will be arranged. The only expense involved is for the usual health of college students grows been adopted regarding final ex-
F. E. Robbins ;locker fee. 'progressively worse from freshman aminationm Examinations for allV
For further information, phone the undersigned. Those interested, to the senior year, according to the cusswl ehl ihnas-
Faculty, School of Education: :but unable to be present the first meting, are likewise requested to head of the department of Hygi- corejilb el ihnasn
The Faculty meeting of the School of Education will be held on call the undersigned. tene, who bases his opinion of the! gle week, and students will not be
Mopday, January '28th at 4:15 o'clock. in Room 109 Tappan Hall. I Philip 0. Potts, jrcod of students who takes year- permitted to bring blue books into
ThetSaflnhonwl ehl ody February 1,a 21 (195-University Exchange) jlY physical examinations. the room where they must write. 1
Th e t t f u c e n wl eh l o d y 1 ,a 2 11o'clock at the Union. University W omen:
Will members please note these mecetings as no further notices can Oufcnieainfrwmnwoaepeabgfreaiain, S
be gi ven through the Daily. S;uVfIosdraCnfr oe hoacprprn freaintos
C. 0I. Davis, Secretary it is expected that moving operations wvil be confined to the week end,
____________ February 8-11.
Grace Richairds~

Offering deserved diversion to
xam-weary students, the Michi-
'an, Majestic, and Wuerth have
ooked a number of good pictures
or these critical two weeks, after
'hich more than one hopeful will
atch the flicker hero and heroine
lay in his home town theater.
Today the Michigan terU
Someone to Love" with Charle,
ogers, and a unit show on th
tage; Dick. Barthelmess is at th.-
4ajestic in "Scarlet Seas"; and
)olores Del Rio after learning hci
,eadin', ritin', and rithmnetic with
tesurrection, Ramona, and Re-
,enge, waxes warm all week at the
Vuerth in "The Red Dance."
Later in the week, Billie Dove
hines at the Michigan in "Adora-
ion" and the Majestic presents
Ned McCobb's Daughter" from the
exccllent play of the same name by'
iydney Howard.
Starting February 3, Clara Bow
hakes whoopee in "Thle Plastic
lge" at the Maj, Nancy Carroll and
dick Arlen do the same in "Mai-,
iattan Cocktail" at the Michigan,
vhile " The Whip" snaps at the.
Nuerth. At the latter theater,
Nilliam Boyd should be good in-
'The Cop" the last half of the week.
B. 3.A.
New York Listed
Private wires to all
Ma rkets~

Faculty, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:y
It is requested by the Administrative' Board that all instructors whoI
mHake reports of itcomplete, or Absent from Examination give also in-
formation showing the+ quality of that part of the work which has been
completed. This may be done by the use of the symbols I (A),
X (B)., etc.
WV. R. H-umphreys
School. Of Education-Second Semester Elections:
Students who are planning to enter the School of Education for the
Second Semester may register on February 7, 8, 9, and 11, iin the Office
of the Recorder of the School of Education, Room .105 Tappan Hall.I
Students who plan to transfer to the School of Education at thej
Fours: 9-12; an.t, 2-5 p. in., except on February 9, 9-12 a. in. only. f
beginning of the second Semester -will be required to present at least a
provisional transcript from the school from which they are transferring.
Gretchen Kr'ug, Recorder
Seltool of Education-February Seniors:
Seniors who expect to complete the requirceents for gradcuatin
I"om the School of Education in February and wish toube recommewnded
for their degrees as soon as possible thereafter must pay their Diplomaj
and Teacher's Certificate fees and have the receipts deposited in thisj
office by February 8.j
Blanks for this. purpose may be obtained in Room 105 Tappan
Hall. Office hours: 10:30-12 a. in., 2:30-3:30 p. im.
- Gretchen Krug, Recorder

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Faculty Women's Class in Gymnastics:
Faculty women's class in gymnastics will meet at the University
High School at 8 p. in. Monday, January, 28th.
Ella B. Rawlings
Bookshelf & Stage Section-Faculty Woman's Club:
+ The Bookshelf and Stage Section of the Faculty Woman's Club
1will meet with Mrs. F. A. Mickle, 1053 Olivia Ave. on Tuesday, January
Mrs. R. D. T. Hlollister, Secretary



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IMathematical Club:
The monthly luncheonl 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

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Ani Arbor Art Associat1ion :
I A lecture demonstration oti "Jewelry" by Frank Gardner hlale of
tBoston, Mass., will be held in the lecture hall of the Architectural
Building, Tuesday afternoon, January 29, at 4:15.
B. At. Donaldson
Aeronautlcal Society:
The ceremonies in connection with the first; glider flight on this
campus will take place Sunday, January 27, at 11:00 a. mn. on the
hills rendered the Aeronautical Society. These hills arc located on
the North side of the Huron river, at the intersection of Geddes and
Potawattoinie Roads. All members arc asked to be on hand to take
part in these ceremonies of the Glider Section of the Society. The{


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History 3:
The final examination, Monday, January 28, 2-5 p. mn., will be held
in the following rooms: All sections of Dr. Dunham and Mr. Wheeler
in Natural Science Auditorium; all sections of Dr. Ehrmann and Mr.
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W. A. Frayer W. L. 1Koncemzy, President
J-1lop Comnmitteemen :,
id in a revision of the original short There will be a meeting of all J-Hop committeemen in room 302;
of the U'nion Sunday at 4 p. m-
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