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Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the
President until 3:30, excepting Sundays. 11:30 a. m. Saturday.

To All Men Stud'tents: Your attention is called to the following
resolution of the Board of Regents:
(1) That beginning with the University year 1927-28 all men stud-
ents in the freshman class be required to live in approved men's room-
ing houses.
(2) That no unmarried male student be allowed to live in an
apartment not uiider the direct supervision of a landlady in residence.
F. B. Wahr, assistant dean of students.
Rexford Keller, student of Professor Palmer Christian of the School
of Music, will give the following graduation recital, Wednesday, January
28, at 4:15 in ill auditorium. Tne general public with the exception of
small children is invited to attend:
Bach: Choral Prelude: "In dir is froude"; Vivaldi-Bach: Largo,
Allegro (Concerto in D); Bach: Prelude and Fugue in A minor; West:
Choral Prelude on "Burford"; Schumann: Canon in B minor; Guiliiant:
Allegro Appassionata (Sonata V); Boex: Marche Champetre; DeLamar-
ter: Carillon; Maquaire: Allegro (Symphony 1).
University Bureau of Appointmints and Occupational Information:
Mr. Sutherland of the National Recreation Association of New York Cite
will visit the University of Michi>,an on Wednesday, Thursday, and
Friday, January 28, 29, and 30. Anyone interested in taking graduate
work at the National Recreation School, should call at 201 Mason hall
before Wednesday, and leave his name.
Summer Session Abridged Announcement, 1931 Scholarships, Prizes,
and Loan Funds: The EditorIal office announces the issue of the above
bulletins as Numbers 27 and 28 of Volume XXXII of the University of
Michigan Official Publication.
University Women: Lists of vacancies in approved houses for the
second semester are now ready in the office of the Dean of Women and
are available to those desiring them.
Phi Beta Kappa: Since I was unable to be in my office on Saturday,
the day on which the essays entered in the competition for the Phi
Beta Kappa prize were due, I shall be glad to receive any papers of
that nature up to four o'clock Wednesday, January 28.
O. F. Butler, secretary.


Choral Union Concert: Albert Spalding, American violinist, with
Andre Benoist at the piano, at 8:15 o'clock in Hill auditorium.
English 297 (Howard M. Jones) will not meet today, but will meet
Wednesday, January 28.
Spanish 1 Tutoring: Tutoring in Spanish 1 will be furnished by the
S. C. A. in Lane hall auditorium at 7:30 p. m. Questions should be pre-
pared in advance.
Undergraduate Mathematical Club meets at 8 p. m., in room 3011
Angell hall=. David Netzorg will speak on "Recurring Series with Special
Reference to Fibonacci Numbers" and there will a report by Gantz on
Pi Mu Epsilon.
Adelphi House of Representatives will hold the final meeting of the
semester tonight at 7:30. There will be a business session only, in vhich
officers will be elected for the second semester. Following the election
the new officers, according to custom, will provide refreshments for
the House at the Union.
Varsity Glee Club: All those making the trip to Birmingham tonight
come in full dress prepared to leave from the Union at 5 p. m.
Choral Union Ushers: Report at Hill auditorium before 7:30 o'clock
tonight for concert.
Deutscher Zirkel meeting tonight 8 o'clock, Michigan league. Dr.
Fritz Pluecker from Cologne, Germany will speak on "Post-War Ger-



Dr. Greene Completes Work on to be marked in circles, and a tap-
New System of Measuring ping test. These two also measure
. 1 fatigue.
Mental Abilities,.aige
Only a fair correlation between
By Roland Goodman, '3,. standard tests involving the use of*
,'Rn ' language and the new tests has
Tests to measure ability to reason been found by Dr. Greene. Norms
and to think through space rela- have been calculated for 500 white
tion problems without the use of persons raing from three-year-+
language, along with tests of visu- olds to graduate s tuents, includ-
al acuity, and tests to evaluate ing 100 college men. Four trials1
speed of hand and eye co-ordina-| were given to each person on each
tion, which he has devised as the ofthetests.
a result of two years of experimenta-~
tion, will be explained by Dr. Ed- Interesting to Dr. Greene was the
ward B. Greene, social science re- ame rate aturatshen the
search fellow, Thursday night at same rae of maturation when the
the meeting of the Psychological scale ranges fo 0years to an
ournl habsolute zero based upon the rela-
The object of these mental tests tine dispe:sion of subjects. He has
is to get away from the effect of found that the group scores on one
verbal memory and to make com- level of dificulty may be used to
parisons between different races predict group scores on all other
and different language groups pos- levels.
sible, says Dr. Greene. He is also Therefore when he finds an in-
able, by means of these tests, to dividual who does well on easy
compare wide ranges of ages and ! levels and falls down on the higher+
abilities. levels he looks for poor motivation+
The mental tests consist of a fea- or physical defects, and in the case
ture discrimination test in which of one whose scores show the re-I
simple faces are arranged in rows verse tendency he expects a person;
of from two to eight, and a series j who works slowly but is tenacious.)
of mazes increasing in difficulty. Dr. Greene thinks that his tests
The face test was chosen for the will be of special value to those for-1
wide range of experience and diffi- I cign students who wish to compare1
culty it afforded. The co-ordination ( g r o u p s speaking different lan-.
tests include one in which dots are guages.1

Russell Says 3,000,000 Persons
Visited National Parks
During Past Year.
Nearly 3,000,000 persons visited
national parks in 1930, Carl P. Rus-
sell, field naturalist in the United
States national park service, now
visiting the University museums,
revealed in the January issue of


Zeta Phi Eta: There will be a meeting tonight at 7:30.
come at 8 o'clock. Miss Amy Loomis will be the speaker.


Theosophy: Public lecture by Mr. E. Norman Pearson of Detroit, on
"Man and his Bodies, Here and Hereafter," Michigan league, at 8 p. m.
Christian Science Organization meets at 8:00 p. m., in the chapel of
the Michigan League building.
Senior Ball Committee: Meeting at 7:30 p. im., in room 306 of the
Michigan union.
Central Committee for the Junior Girls' Play: Meeting at 4:45 today
in the League office. -
Frosh Frolic Committee: There will be a meeting at 7:25 p. m., in
room 302 of the Michigan union.
Independents attending J-Hop meet at Union this evening, at 7:00,
in room 304. It is very important that you have your ticket number by
that time in order to make arrangements for your booth.
Women Tryouts of the Michigan Daily will have their group picture
for the Michiganensian taken at Rentschler's, at 12:15.
Women Tryouts of the Michiganensian editorial staff will have their
grouppicture for the Michiganensian taken at Rentschier's, Tuesday,
at 4:30.

"The Ark," museums publication.
Russell is spending the winter in
the museums working on a thesis
on mammals with Dr. Lee R. Dice,
curator of mammals.
Declaring that "these millions
constitute a fair cross section of
the American population," Russell
expressed the view that the Ameri-
can people are growing continuous-
ly more engaged in outdoor work,
and are becoming educated in the
field of natural life.
"Visitors enter the great natural
reserves in an inquiring mood and,
because they are grouped as well as
perceptive -herded, so to speak -
provide a most wonderful field in
which to teach an appreciation of
natural objects, animate and inani-
mate, so well exemplified in the
parks," Russell continued.
The United States natural park
service education program entails
teaching from the objects them-
selves, for the most part in the
living out-of-doors. The parks per-
sonnel is composed of men qualified
by experience to interpret natural
phenomena, who present their in-
terpretations in a form to be di-
ges ted by the average visitor.
The park museums are being pro-
vided in the major parks by the
American association of museums.

University Loan Committee will meet Wednesday, Jan. 25, at 1:30
p. in., in room 2, University hall. Students filing applications with
office of the dean of students should call at that office for appoint-
ments with the committee. Jo!eph A. Bursiey, dean of students.

Glider Section will meet immediately
28, in room 348 West Engineering bldg.
come up which will be placed before the

following Areo society, January
Some new developments have


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35 A.h.
209 A.h.
225 A. h.
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103 R. L.

Reserved for

Final Examination in English I:
Sections taught by
Abbot and Davis
Bliss and Curtis
Boothe and Everett
Stevens, Hornberger and Bebout (C Section)
Bebout (Regular Sections)
Nelson and Peterson
Tenney and Watson
Wells and Weimer

Michiganensian Lower Staff Picture: The
lower staff of the Michiganensian will be taken
p. m. All men tryouts on both the business and
be present.

picture of the men's
at Spedding's at 5:00
editorial staffs shouldl

General Exams, French & Spanish: Please note: Exams in French
& Spanish do riot come on the same day as in the past; French 71 is
examined Wednesday, February 4, p. m. Rooms and Dates:
French, February 4, p. m.
French 1, all morning and 1:00 o'clock sections, room 25 A. h.
French 1, 2:00 and 3:00 o'clock sections and literary students in
engineering classes, room 231 A. h.
French 2, all sections, West gallery, Alumni Memorial hall.
French 11, all sections (same as French 2)
French 31, all morning and 2:00 o'clock sections, Nat. Science au-
French 31, 1:00 o'clock sections and literary students in Eng. classes,
room 103 R. L.
French 32, all sections. 101 economics.
French 41 (same as French 2)
French 71, all sections, 35 A. h.
French 111, all sections, 205 M. h.
French 112 (same as French 111)
French 153, all sections (same as French 2)
French 154 (same as French 2)
Spanish, February 11, a. m.
Spanish 1, all morning sections, room 1025 A. h.
Spanish 1, all afternoon sections, 231 A. h.
Spanish 2, all sections, room 35 A. h.
Spanish 31, all sections, 103 R. L.
Spanish 32, both sections (same as Spanish 2)
Conflicts in Final Examinations, Engineering College: Attention is
called to the fact that Wednesday, January 28, is the last day upon
which to turn in reports of conflicts in final examinations at my office,
room 3223 East Engineering building. J. C. Brier.
Drama 149 will not meet this week. Members of the class are ex-
pected to see the production of student-written plays as preparation for
part of the final examination. G. D. Helm.... .
Pre-Medical Students: The aptitude test for students planning to
enter a medical school in September, 1931, will be given in Angell hall,

Tuesday afternoon Play Reading Section of the Faculty Women's
Club will meet at 2:30, in the Michigan League. Guests will be, The
Monday Evening Dramatic Section and the Bookshelf and Stage Section.
Physics Colloquium: Professor Heber D. Curtis will talk on "An At-
tempt to Observe Interference in the Solar Corona," at 4:15 in room
1041, East Physics building. All interested are invited to attend.
Theta Sigma Phi meets at 8:15 tonight in the League building.
Sigma Delta Chi: Important meeting at noon in room 116 in the
Zoology Lectures: Dr. Ralph W. Gerard, Professor of Physiology,
University of Chicago, will give the following lectures:
January 29, 4:15 p. m., "The Activity of Nerve and Brain" (Univers-
ity Lecture). Natural Science auditorium.
January 29, 7:30 p. m., "Energy Relations in Nerve Metabolism."
Room 2116, Natural Science building.
January 30, 4:15 p. m., "Chemical Processes in Nerve Metabolism."

Faculty Women's Club: The January meeting will be held Thursday
afternoon in the Lydia Mendelssohn theatre. The program (charades)
will start promptly at 3 o'clock and the doors will be closed during each
act. Unpaid annual dues (one dollar) can be paid at this meeting or
sent to Mrs. J. H. Hodges, 722 Whaley court.
Romance Languages Journal Club "--- -
will meet Wednesday, January 28,
bldg. Mr. Nelson W. Eddy will speak
on "Galicia Becomes Self-Con-
ecious" and Prof. Charles P. Wag-
ner will present a paper on "Lope What A W a
de Vega's Fifteen Hundred Come-
alias." By Special Arrangeme
are able to offer any S
Radio Club: Regular meeting will in the Store for
be held at 7:30 p. m., Wednesday,
January 28, at the Michigan union.,
Anyone interested is invited to at-
Iota Alpha will hold its regular
meeting on Thursday evening, Jan- SUIT and'O'CO
uary 29, at 7:30 in room 3201 East ,
Engineering building. Dr. G. Carl Without restriction we are off
Lluber, Dean of the Graduate j coats at prices that are ridiculou
school, will address the group.
our policy of never carrying
A. S. C. E. Dinner meeting at the season to the other that we ii
Union, 6:15, Wed., Jan. 28. Professor To see this selection of Suits a
Riggs will speak on "Engineering the values we are offering.
and Law." Come now and buy at least two
Aeronautical Society will meet expect to pay or one.
Wednesday, at 7:30, in room 348
West Engineering bldg. Mr. George ENTIRE STOCK
Hineman, national authority on HATS
lighter-than-air flight, will speak.
on his ballooning experiences.Icue lcsaddry.

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ering 275 fine Suits and Over-
usiy low! It is in keeping with
any garments over from one
rnake this tremendous sacrifice.
and Overcoats is to understand
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Large Selection
White and solid colors.
Values to $1.65
$1.00 Ties, 79c

Room 2116 Natural Science bldg.
Recital of Poems from Tennyson
and Browning: On Wednesday eve-
ning, January 28, at 7:30 in room
302 Mason hall the Michigan Inter-
pretive Arts club will present a pro-
gram of readings from the lyrics
and short poems of Tennyson and
Browning. This program is planned
to last one hour, and all those
interested are invited to attend this

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1931. This test can be giv.n only
once a year. There will be no make-I
ups. 'Students are asked to brinlg
both their treasurer's receipt and
their student identification card.
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