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- THE MICIGAN

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~ATUT1)AY WETARY 1, 1;110

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DAILY OFFICIhL BLLTN

RIG TEN FACULTY COMITTEE -,MEETS !'SOUND'TRANSMITT[
TO REFINSTATE{ SUSPENDED HA WlEIYES TI if OUGI- I BODY B
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Publication n tie litulletin is con.;Irut'ci notilee t+) all niember3
V7 the LTtuave iSy. Copy rccivcd by taic, A:,sistant to the Prc;i-
dent until 3i3 u.rn. (11.30 ,z.in. Stuirday)

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VOL.~L.SATURDAY, FEBJARARY 1, 19;14 No. 93 j ci; for Iowa, althoulctChbit was lt ( .11~, owvetht h
- -~ - rally understood that the institu- Iowa-ns miay comp:te in the Big'
NOTJfICEAS ticn would be i uivitecl backinto the Ten, ih;r xan oitcdooi t Vack oand
111stoary 45, bluebooks will be retuirned todhly frf.m 8 :301 until 9:30 ill (,Nutfcre,e at the regular faculty Cie, (1 ci t ipioriship;, Jbut it i is ncv
roomn1004 A. 11, A. II. Hirsch fcomilmttee mc ;ti11g iilMay. too laic 1t) arranlg- cil) I mnisll,
Facilty, College- of Literatiiie, ,cic>!(+C, and the Arts: The Februairy (t' iii; t a ( i l Ul was it3(hct(4<lr :'( Tfe I act ion iHa (?UYI iug Iowa }t
iiecting of the ,ite rary PFaculty will , beel Monday, February 3, it iy the action ol: I be Un .ivrli Lv i 1Jf34hH zthel 13i" Tell was take~in t a
4:10 p. ini., in t'oorn 2225 Anitcl lull, Qrhdr of business as annaounlccl od tolin I eanmu ,,l ntioiial mneet.ill fg h fclt otlizlli~stee,
by 1121 Iowa fourwger's dlay. usually held oiln May 25 last year, wbe.'i ^cli athictic
John It.. Effiniger F.,ebruiary 25, until March 10, three ritions were tiUV, red, effective
ct : ys after the scheduled mot~e.li lia aun rry .l. The Hawkeye na cl !
Faculty, Uo(llkge of Literature, Science, and thec Arty;: It Is requetisted l the North Central. Association, ! three unsuccessful attempts to!
by tVie Admlfnistfative Board Ihat all instructors vw];o make reports of !'kiln a ce]lcbrauiofl can be staged. h ave the , suseni rsne,
1J ,, (.%AsntfrmLxmu~tir ive al :o iluforimation shov wni 71"( 'h ( : Ins aternenlt. lho.wever. (does !l~ii' lhlst jlo aloing oil, fcc,(n.-
thte quality o[ that palrt of thea( work whwh has bfe i comilpletedc. '1Th, iS ot u'w)vi the wiy for thic ILiwvkeys be. 7.
maty be donei bty the use of tic symbolls , lI(A), .t f ) eStc. j' ~Cuite with & 1itl r Ii' i'ii Atl, l (i iJoolIowta's petit Jolta
t. Ittalla ",;, t'r? ,Ii u 1 A1ii i iii nd we Jlav o rhd ~Ins 3 fooul bil lbif;'l? i;I (w h m i' vsdfor :quid eon;Io1101
A rtr iy P4sd t:A_, fr h ril i; arei . ( L tha;l I I1"i i f' 41r . .' ti _ Ij, l)' y b fori j+ i t 1l v srje t
fromllthe ,W';4 (Iceoft'e beat of ;Io l ;. 4 ( X al' .1 'sol:ej Jgi i 1 y ft ) l iilt4'e.;#: )Jk'cLIre : ftor' U ' . .WWI ~ 11' 'ad(lof the A11iner-
fraternity huitiation canno11t 1)""is--nted ou Mi. 'a-c i 1. 1 (ali Division of Euaglish Seuinars -it tho University of Berlini, will lect ure
J1. A. fair lcy, lDe-,v1 oh St. elI-ilL ( c l "T110 Cerniaix Ulivercity Problems of Today" ill room 2225 Angell
Febuar Sciov-Cwieg ofl~Aera~ir, ~eieceandVimAri, ad hilTuesday, February 25, at 4:15 p. il. Tlie public is invited.
Sciul of Mrusc: All students who will have comipleted the reqiuire - I Cermian Department mlonthily mcethi , Tuesday, February 4, at 4:15
mnints for a degro e at the end of the present semnester should pay their l). in., in- room 201, University ball.
diploma fees by February 22. 1la rkc' may be securcd at the Registrar's __
0111cc, raoom 4, University hail.1 Economics 11-Labor: Consulta'tion hours Monaebu y3:
helen I. Hail3-4 p. m.-Mr. Goodrich--204 Econoinics. ody/bur

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SRGIUSGRACE~UJILVLIIUL
H-AS ARTICLE ON AGENTS
;::x~-Colorado Municipal Home Rule'
Discussed iiStory by
, Al fred Reinhart.
s Two articles of exceptional inter.
est wi~ll be featured in the February
vumber of the Michigan 'Law Rey:
view which will appear Wednesdzi y
-e.5.
j :rol. Paul A. Lcidy, secretary of
thec school, is the author of th&'
I ladngartiel , 'Salesmen au ilnd,
p '"Id(!n, Colt ractors "which isa
(1 isiiiof ;llesniteu's activity ill
l '0 l~l'l-y of ' , Ie s ndL t
111( '-Cof L t ' blsbuwut(i of
lii ii avnn.'rl y. lPro -f'tsstor iL, id,
i ll .ionl )ithat ~l~ithe indrividlual ,
responsible for any ]iability incur,
redl whereas in the latter, t~he cm=
<?? < > z<ployer is responsible.
Y y +"Municipal Home Rule in Colora '
do"' by Alfred S. Reliihar of Ro-
E . iec cster, Mass., deals with city ad-
ministration as practiced in Colora-
do as representative of" city self-
govern mcintelsewhere.

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Ilcoowies 51: Rooms for 111nx1 exaulimnion on Wediistay, Fbra-'
ay 5, 2 to 5, p. ii.:
25 A. IT., Mrs. Enl's and Mr. Fi 'les sections.
1025 A. 11., Messrs. Lindah's, Robin,7on's, huor'C.s and Caverlys
sections
1035 A. 1-1.0 Messrs. Yntema's and Luken's setionis.
2225 A. IT., Mr. Bradibury's sections.
11. L. Caverly
-Final E)fxanijuation-Polit-ical Scinc 3.:1 he following rooms i7
Angell hall will be used fcr the xr mination:
Mr. Pollocks sections i room 1025.
Mr. Dor's sections in room 1025.
Mr; Preuss' sections in roo~m 25.
Mr, Cuncannon's sections, in room~ 5
Mr. Calderwood's sections in room 1035.
Mr. Maddox's sections in room 35.
- James K. Pollck, Jr.
CQeograply 1: Final Examnntt-on on Monday, February 3, at 2 p.
in. Al those w~iase names begiln ith A to L inclusive report in room
25. A. H.; thao~e whose names begin with M to Z inclusive report in
room 231 4. H.
Economics M. Wial Exaij):diio Tuesday morning, Feb. 4: All
Tuesday and Thursday secions will meet for examination i room 103
1 oxnance Languages Building.
M4r. Engle's section. Wig at 9 will meect in 2023 A. 11.
Mr. Ellis' section VIP at 9 will meet in 2023 A. 1.
-Mr. i-iorton's section WF at 9 will meet in 203 Ec.
Hjoward S. Ellis
V.Nych.ology 3M. Final Exam: Thel Final Exam in Psycology 31 will
be given 'Thursday, February , 1930, from 2 to 5 in the following room
'am1gnxnents:
A to /P inclusive, Wet Lecture Room in w.est Physics Building in
lack~ of the Library.j
G to L inclusive, 1025 Angell Hall.
M to Z Inclusive, Natural Science Auditorium.
Bluebooks should be the regular small size, 6 x 9 1-2 inches.
Only'blbovks may be brought to the examination room.
Final Mkeup Exam. Students will conflicts or illness which
prevent examination at the regular hour may bring their excuses to that
effect to-the examination room, and may take their examination Mon-
~'day, February 10, 1930, from 2 to 5 in room 1121 N. S. Building.-
Adelbert Ford
Un iversity flureau of Appohi itmnwn,4anid 4.cc upa ional biforiatioii;
Mr. Thlonias of the Great Atlantic and Paciic Tea Company will be in
the ofllce at 201 Mason Ball, Mona~y, Fbruary 3, f~om 3 to 5 p. n., to
Interview February graduates whio mgt be interested in employment
with the,Comapany. Please comec to (1wheolee before that time to arrange
for anl interview.
Jarr.(Gre rsilds
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ftxlziit Lof NJi1 and C otton LPrim"-s i. cr l#c'tia can (j erIOs :Il l l)1tl. I
facturers, tird floor Archtectuire baul Id i.
Tim Am.IArbor r hanch of tMe Airican xAs5(!jatiim.I of tUnivriy
W(omxetn will hold lits rglar icetng today at ~3:001))p."n.,ot the oe o
the. 1-'vienit. Mrs. 1'Itbt.li voix, 'r 'by thI2't;c t xq ' at Bjr, is ts
to the Assoejuation.
Dean Voigt of Ohio Ulniversity will ive the adrss
Crarftsiienr-Mectiiig at 7:30 p m.
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FoI Five inutesn
ofr vSunday Evenings
7:-00 to 8:00 P. M.
FLL. . to MarchS2
~ wo ineretin sudy go wl m e
overy' Surnday evening in
HRRKIS HALL-
(Corner Sate and Huron)
. Grou~p 1. I
Sn Topic; "Religious Ideas and Mental Hygene."
Dr. Dorsey wll discuss the probems of nintif -
bygineWithseca referenicceotl paeorlgo
is ill' ffPersonal ilife.

4-G p. 3n--Miss Elliott--?dl Tappan. Thlc imanl ii the center of the pc- --- -- -x- -
Cate Godicctrcabveisherig uicwhch h(ire aboveli1I1i411i14isi111hearing1Mlil music11iiiiiiii whichill'f
31mior IResearch Club will meet at 7:30 p. in., Tuesday, February 4, none of the other in the picture r"=
LIn. room 1121, Natural Science. building. The following papers wil be j nealrby arc able to distinguish. Thej
I presented: ou~id is being transmitted with;.G od e-
Dr. H. H. Riecker-"The Endocrine Glands." hihvlaeee'rct hog
Mr. A. D. Moore-"Radiations in Engineering." the wvire held by Sergius P. Grace, -
Michigan Dames Club will meet Monday evening, Feb. 3, at 8:00 assi tant i c-president of the ellie Remain for
o'clock in the Cave room of the Michigan League building. The Child Telephone laboratories, into Grace's -
~sStudy Groe tlw , ^'up will ave. charge cf the programn under the leadership of boyan dthenrethrough his rix-
Mrs LoiseStelwaen. - tnde an diecty t th brin fComedy Clu's Presenation Sof
All members are urged to be present and all wives Of students re- the mxan in the enter. S
welcome.1M
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All the Leading Makes.--Every One Guearanteed yVnetLwec
$2.00 to $ 1090f A Sparkling Comedy
H!Curtain at 8:30 O'clock
OfEvery Size and Kind - at s
Seats 75 Cents. Phone 63009
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