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PAGE EIGHT

THE NUCHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1931

THE..MICHIGAN AILY TUESD-Y-JANUARY------
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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletui s constructive notice to all members of
the University, Copy receivd at Ihe office of the Assistant to the
President until 3:30, e cepdng smdays. 11:30 a. m. Saturday.
VOL. XIJ. T Y0AY, iANUARY 6, 1931 NO. 71

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fore they will be admitted to Education D100 (Directed Teaching), will
be administered in the Assembly Hall of the University High School,
Saturday morning, January 24, at 9. Students desiring to take these
examinations must register before that date at Room 2442 University
Elementary School
FRANCIS D. CURTIS.
Education DIOl: The teaching of Science in the Junior and Senior
High School.
In order to avoid conflicts with D107 and with directed teaching
in physics, I shall meet this class during the second semester at 8
o'clock, Tuesday and Thursday mornings in Room 2432, University
Elementary School.
FRANCIS D. CURTIS.
French 116: New Section, Section 4-Tuesday and Thursday at 10.
MR. KOELLA.

IFor Your Desk

You will probably need a
HANDY DESK CALENDAR

President and Mrs. ithrve y1 le at Lume to the students of the
University on the first two ncs afy aterno:ns of each month from
4 to 6 o'clock.
Senate Council: Special attention is called to the change in place
of the Senate Council meetng scheduled for Monday, January 12, at
2:15 p. m. Instead of being e1l inAltnuni Memorial Hall, the Council
will meet in Room D Law Building t the above stated time.
University Lecture: P;'ofe r F. M. East, of Harvard University,
will lecture under the au ice& f the Department of Zoology, on
"Heredity and Human Pr.blels" en Thursday, January 8, at 4:15 p. m.,
in Natural Science Audit-i T.°1he public is cordially invited.
E. William Doty, In:tructor jn Organ at the School of Music will
give the following prog_- . 1, rdai.y aft-ernoon at 4:15 o'clock in Hill
Auditorium. The general uib: :th te exception of small children
is invited:
Guilmant: Allegro Ap, :. fro ia Fifth Organ Sonata; Debussy:
Andante du Quatuor; C lctt: !Termczzo; Franck: Chorale No. 3
in A Minor; Weaver: The S uhrel Dickinson: Reverie; Bonnet: Chant
de Printemps.,
Lost and Found ArtleIn ,iule camera which had been found
in the General Library. to the Lost and Found Depart-
ment at the Business :,~e Ro , Uniiversity Hall, shortly before the
holidays. Owner may claim it b per identification at above office.
SHIRLEY W. I Th, Vice-President and Secretary.
Hlouseholders: Huevdi; hav'ing rooms for men students avail-
able for the second semester requested to list them in the Office of
the Dean of Students, R-om,, 2, University Hall, at once. Dial 6115.
Available and-osee"i ~~~~ apartments should also
be listed.
F. B. WATIR, Assistant Dean.
To All Menli hm ': tufle ts initending to change their rooms at
the end of the present semester are hereby reminded that according to
the University Agreements they are to inform the householders of such
intention at least two weeps f, ion to the close of the semester, that is
by Jan. 30. It is advised that notice of such intention to move be made
at once,
T'. B. WAHR, Assistant Dean.
Departmental R cromi >n Fr.nch and Spanish: June and
August seniors in the Lit ud Education 3chools and Graduate
students, who will have cemb c h requirements this year and wish
to be considered for a "em cut Rccommendation" to teach FrenchI
or Spanish, from the DIl & of Romance Languages should leave
their names without eyk L, Or French and 212 R. L. for
Spanish, if they have not aircody done so.
This recommendat, i1, is in ( .-n en of the individual recommenda -
tions from teachers handed to the Ap ointment Bureau, and candidates
should have both. On y those wholeave their names can be considered.
All students looking Icf ward to
this recommendation, incd Ing un
derclassmen, should consult wilp
Dr. Thieme in regard to French,
and Dr. Wagner, in regard to San-
ish when electing courses.'
H. P. THEM2.

EXCELSIOR OR NATIONAL LIBRARY
Everything for the office at

WA "S

Uiversity

s_-_Bookstore

English I: Section 5 changed
Monday, Wednesday, Friday at
Room 3212, Angell Hall.

to
9,

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EVENTS TODAY
Faculty, School of Education: An
important Faculty meeting will be
held at 4:15 o'clock in the Michigan
League Building. The Special Order
relating to a revision of the require-
ments for graduation and certifica-
tion will be taken up. At 6:30 o'clock
a seventy-five cent supper will be
served, after which the delibera-
tions on the Special Order will be
continued.

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All I.ANtBROCK

History 43. No lecture today.
sections will meet as usual.

Quiz

French Plays: Mr. Koella wishes
to meet all students taking part in
the three French plays, today from
2:00 to 4:00 in room 408 R. L.

LiIT

end

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Officers Aeronautical
Gliding Instructors:
Speddings for Ensian
at 5 p. m.

Society and
Report to
photograph

AT

Social Dancing Class: Will meet
this evening at 7:30 in the lounge
of the Women's Athletic Building.
Zeta Phi Eta: Will meet at 7:30
o'clock in the meeting room.
Pledges meet at 8:00 o'clock in
the Zeta Phi Eta room.
Pi Tau Pi Sigma: Regular meet-
ing at 7:30 p. m., in the Union.
Varsity I. 0. T. C. Band: Meets
tonight at the Field House, to play
for the basket, ball game, at 7:15
sharp. New uniforms are to be worn.
Finance Committee of the Junior
Girls' Play: Meets at 5 o'clock today
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