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PAGE EIGHT

THE MTICHIAN D A LY

FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1931

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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.
VOL. XLI. FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1931 NO. 92
NOTICES
President and Ars. Rutliven will not be at home to students on the
first two Wednesdays of Febuary. The student teas will be resumed
on March 4 anl March 11.
President and Mr:. vcn \'il b at home from 4 to G o'clock on
February 1 and February 3 t1 m, cmbrs of the faculties, their friends
and other-:residents of Ann Arbor.
Faculty Meeting, Coiiage of Literature, Science, and the Arts: The
regular February meeting of this fa'culy will be held Monday, Feb. 2,
in room 2225 Angel hail, at 410 . -:. John R. Effinger, dean.
Notice: The Wetid e: nI:n c E the University Elementary School,
known as the Haven Street Enco, has been set aside for the use of
University students wlho :av' (.: in the University High School or
in the University Elcmn : y' ij n' AlA l1 other entrances are for the
use of the faculty, the pur ls;:' at:'ons of the University High School
and Elementary School. 1&ovns are urged to avoid using these
entrances, as it licucl to nd lcr'b congcstion at certain periods in
the school day. J. B. Edmonson.
Paul Robeson in Song Recital: Paul Robeson, Negro baritone, assisted
by Lawrence Brown at the pi.no vIll give the ninth concert in the
Choral Union series, Monday night, February 2, at 8:15 o'clock in Hill
auditorium at which time i^ will sing the following numbers: Negro
spirituals, Go down, Moses; Git on board, li'l chillen; Deep River; Didn't
my Lord'deliver Daniel?; Water Boy; Didn't it rain; Dere's a man goin'
round takin' names; I want to be ready; Steal away; Joshua fit de
battle ob Jericho; and Beethoven: Die Ehre Gottes aus der Natur;
Mozart: O Isis und Osiris; Edward Purcell: Passing By; Schumann: The
Two Grenadiers; Borodin: A Dissonance; Gretchaninow: The Captive.
Automobile Regulation: Students who anticipate applying for driv-
ing privileges during the week-end of the J-Hop (Friday, February 13,
noon to Monday, February 16, 8:00 a. m.) are urged to call without delay
at the office of the dean of students, room 2, University hall, to obtain
registration cards for their cars. W. B. Rea, assistant to the dean.
Graduate School: All graduate students who expect to complete
their work for a degree at the close of the present semester should call
at the office of the Graduate school, room 1014, Angell hall, to check
their records and to secure the proper blank to be used in paying the
diploma fee. The fee must be paid before the end of the semester,
February 13. "
- Graduate students should make their second semester elections in
the office of the Graduate school the week of February 9. New students,
or students transferring from other schools or colleges, should register
4t the same time. A student planning to transfer should ask the secret-
ary of his school or college to prepare and send to the office of the
Graduate school an official transcript of his undergraduate record.
G. Carl Huber, dean.
Women Taking the Cou sejit W'quired Physical Education: It is
necessary to pay locker fees immediately in order to receive physical
ecucation credit. Dr. Margaret Bell.
tIouse Heads, Chaperons, and Social Directors; Undergraduate
Women: Girls may obtain out-of-town permission from their house-
11ads when they have finished all their examinations. Permission to
be absent from Ann Arbor before that time should be obtained from the
offgce of the Dean of Women. Alice C. Lloyd.
University Women: Out of respect to those who are studying for
examinations, all, women students are requested not to move until the
w elend of February 13 to 16. Alice C. Lloyd.
University Women: Lists of vacancies in approved houses for the
i .; ~ DR. HARLAN TARBELL

second semester are now ready in the office of the Dean of Women and Writing, will meet f
are available to those desiring them. o'clock on Monday, W
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information: Rooms Reservedf
All students who have taken business registration blanks should com- Rooms
plete and return them to the bureau immediately in order to secure 25 A. b.
the proper consideration in regard to appointments. 35 A. h.
209 A.lh.
Pre-Medical Students: The aptitude test for students planning to 225 A. h.
enter a medical school in September, 1931, will be given in Angell hall, 229 A. li.
room 25, at 3:00 p. m., on Friday, Feb. 13, This test can be given only once 231 A. h.
a year. There will be no make-ups. Students are asked to bring both 1009 A.1h.
their treasurer's receipt and their student identification card. 1025 A. h.
Ira M. Smith, registrar. 2003 A. h.
2013 A.h.
Candidates for Teacher's Certificate: Blanks for the payment of the 2023 A. li.
teacher's certificate fee may now be secured at the recorder's office of 2203 A. h.
the School of Education, room 1437 University elementary school. All 2219 A. h.
students who expect to be recommended for the teacher's certificate at 2225 A.h.
the end of the present semester must pay their fees and return their 2235 A. h.
receipts to the recorder, School of Education, by February 13. 3017 A. i.

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rom 3-6 on Monday afternoon insteadc
?ednesday and Friday.
for Final Examination in English I:
Sections taught by
Abbot and Davis
Bliss and Curtis
Binkley
Appel
Brown
Boothe and Everett
Flewelling
Stevens, Hornberger and Bebout (C
Butchart
Bebout (Regular Sections)
Nelson and Peterson
Morris
Proctor
Hoag
Schenk
Swain
Tenney and Watson
Wetzel
Wells and Weimer

of at 11 Eested in national forest work in
room 2046 Natural Science building.
10:00 a. m.-Forest Management
Plans; 11:00 a. m.-Range Man-
1 agement; 2:00 p. m.-Fish, Game
and Timber Sales Contracts; 7:30
p. m.-Life on National Forests.

Section)

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School of Education-February Seniors: All students completing
requirements for the degree and teacher's certificate at the end of the
present semster should pay their fees for diplomas and certificates by
February 13. Blanks may be secured at the recorder's office of the School
of Education, room 1437 University elementary school.
School of Education: Second Semester Registration: Students who
are planning to enter the School of Education for the second semester
may register on February 12, 13, 14, and 16. Blanks may be secured from
the recorder of the School of Education, room 1437 University elementary
school. Hours: 8-12 a. m., 1:30-5 p. m., except of Feb. 14, 8-12:30 a. m.
Students who plan to transfer to the School of Education at the
beginning of the second semester will be required to present at least a
provisional transcript from the school from which they are transferring.
Candidates for the Teacher's Certificate: All candidates" for the
teacher's certificate who expect to graduate in February are required
to take a general professional examination covering the courses in edu-
cation which are required for that certificate. This examination will
be held in the auditorium of the University high school on Saturday,
February 14, 1931, from 9 to 12 o'clock. Students planning to take the
examination at this time must leave their names with Miss Clark in
room 1437 University Elementary school before February 1st.
C. O. Davis, secretary.
Literary College and School of Music-Seniors: All students who ex-
pect to complete the requirements for graduation at the close of the
present semester should pay the diploma fee before February 13. A
blank for this purpose may be obtained at the registrar's office, 4 U. hall.
Freshmen Engineers: The freshman class will be divided into a pre-
ferred group and a general group. The preferred group will consist of
those students who have a written statement from their mentors that
they must have a special arrangement of hours, due to outside work,
or some similar reason.
The class will report for classification beginning Friday, February
13 at 1:30 p. m. as follows:
I. Preferred Group
Those holding numbers below 150 will report Friday at 1:30 p. in.
Those holding numbers above 150 will report Friday at 2:00 p. in.
II. General Group

205 M. 11.
206 U. h.
103 R. L.

Representatives of the Lincoln
Electric Company, of Cleveland, will
be in the Engineering Shops labor-
atory on the third floor of the East
Engineering building from 8:00 to
12:00 o'clock, to demonstrate meth-
ods of electric arc welding to those
who are interested,
COMING EVENTS
History 61. (A. E. R. Boak): The
final examinations will be held at
9 o'clock, February 3, in 205 Mason
hall.
Speech 31 Final Examination will
be held Thursday morning, Febru-
ary 12, according to the following
schedule: A to K, inclusive,-Room
25 A. H.; L to Z, inclusive,--Room
1025 A. H.
German 1 and 31: W. A. Reich-
art's sections will take their exam-
ination on Tuesday afternoon. Feb-
ruary 3, in room 25 Angell hall.
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Freshmen Engineers and Architects: A new elective course in English
has been provided which may be taken by students who have not yet
taken English 1 and 2, or are taking these courses this semester. English
lb, narrative writing, Tuesdays and Thursdays, at 11 o'clock, in room
26. Dr. Burklund.
Economics 51 and 52: Rooms for final examination are assigned as
follows: Mr. Palmer's sections, 205 M. h.; Mr. Robinson's and Mr. Horn-
er's sections, 1025 A. h.; Mr. Niehuss's and Mr. Caverly's sections, 25 A.
h.; Mr. Hoad's sections, 231 A. h.; Mr. Devol's sections, 101 Ec.

Chemistry 65, 67, and 69-2d Se-
mester: Students who have already
classified or intend to classify in
the above courses in organic chem-
istry should make arrangements for
assignment to their laboratory sec-
tion on Monday p. m., February 16.1
Chemistry 65 students report to
room 274. Chemistry 67 and 69 stud-
ents brong four $5.00 coupons to
room 280.

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DANCING
AT THE
MASONIC TEMPLE
Every Saturday Night
GENE BURHANS'
0' BLUE" ORCHESTRA
College Mixer Plan

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"PATCH
9 to 12 p. in.

Psychology
book for my
in room 1121.

31: A make-up blue-
sections will be given
N. S. at 4 o'clock.
B. D. Thuma.

EVENTS TODAY
University Bureau of Appoint-'
ments and Occupational Informa-
tion: Mr. Sutherland of the Nation-
al Recreation association of New
York city will be in the office today.
Anyone interested in talking with
Mr. Sutherland may call at 201
Masonhall and arrange fox an
interview.
Mr. John C. Kuhns, Supervisor of
the Whitman National Forest in
Oregon, will lecture to students in
Forestry and Conservation accord-
ing to the following schedule. Lec-
tures will be in room 2039, Natural
Science building, and all interested
are welcome.
Mr. Kuhns will also be available
for conference with students inter-

-~CONCERTS
Friday, 4:15, Jan. 30-Mendelssohn Theatre
GRADUATION RECITAL
Frances Peck, Pianist
NO ADMISSION CHARGE
Monday, 8:15, Feb. 2-Hill Auditorium
PAUL ROBESON
Negro Bar itone
In Choral Union Series
Tickets: $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50
Wednesday, 4:15, Feb. 4-Hill Auditorium
GRADUATION RECITAL,

Those
Those
Those
Those
Those
Those
Those

holding numbers 1 to 50 will report Friday at 2:30 p. m.
holding numbers 51 to 100 will report Friday at 3:00 p. i.
holding numbers 101 to 150 will report Friday at 3:30 p. m.
holding numbers 151 to 200 will report Friday at 4:00 p. im.
holding numbers 201 to 250 will report Saturday at 8:00 a. m.
holding numbers 251 to 300will report Saturday at 8:30 a. im.
holding numbers 301-will report Saturday at 9:00 a. in.

Political Science I: The following rooms in Angell hall will be used
for the final examination in this course:
Mr. Dorr's sections in room 1035; Mr. Maddox's sections in room 25;
Mr. Cuncannon's sections in room 25; Mr. Steiner's sections in room
1025; Mr. Pollock's sections in room 1025.
Change of Hours in Journalism 52 and 108: Section 2, Journalism
52, Advanced News Writing will meet at 8 o'clock on Monday, Wednesday

ROOMMATE WANTED
No other studets. No bull
sessions5. Fellow to shaleIivilig
room3, bedroom, and study room.
Plenty of room. Only Y$3.75
Call 7585.

Philip LaRow
NO ADMISSIO

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Organist

and Friday instead of at 2 o'clock

on those days. Course 108, Magazine

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MASTER MAGICIAN

The Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
Saturday, Feb. 14th, 1931
"THE MAGIC OF THE AGES"

BROWN-C
& Company,
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SECURl
Orders executed
changes. Account
on conservative

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Inc.
ENT
TIES
on all ex-
s carried
margin.
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Arrangements have been made to grant a substantial
reduction from the Boxoffice price for members of the
Faculty and students at the University. These tickets
may be obtained between the hours of 4-6 at the Michi.
gan League and Michigan Union.
The Philadelphia Theatre Association
UNDER MANAGEMENT OF ROBERT SPARKS
Presents
The notable revival of Aristophanes Comedy
" LYISTR A T A"

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Sunday, 4:15, Feb. 8-Mendelssohn Theatre
CHAMBER MUSIC CLASS
Presented by HANNS PICK
Jssisted by

Wassily Besekirsky
Violin

Joseph Brinkman
Piano

NO ADMISSION CHARGE

Admission: Afternoon, 50c.

Evening, 50 and 75c

All Seats Reserved
Mail orders now being received care of Miss Harry Loomis,

Telephone 2S

rI

Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre Box

Office opens Feb.

11.

ANN ARBOR TRU!
1st FLOOR

!'

As done into English by Gilbert Seldes

Tuesday, 8:15, Feb. 10-Hill Auditorium
SERGEIRACIHMANINOFF
Russian 1Pianist
In Choral Union Series
Tickets: $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50
Sunday, 4:15, Mar. 1-Mendelssohn Theatre
FACULTY ONCERT SERIES

TO ITE A GOOD BLUE BOOK

Produced
NORMAN

and directed by
BEL GEDDES

You should have first of all a

FIRST CLASS FOUNTAIN PEN

We carry all the leaders-Come in and look them over-
Every one WARRANTED

Music by Leo Ornstein
Interpreted by a distinguished
COMPANY OF SEVENTY PLAYERS
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coburn, Nydia Westman, Isabel
Baring, Burford Hampden, Hope Emerson, Ilse Gronau,
John Connery, Albert Barrett, Dann Malloy, Vessie
Farrell, Humphrey-Weidman Dancers.
CASSE 2 EKS OPENING FEB. 2
Evenings: $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00
Wed. Mat.: $1.00, $1.50. Sat. Mat.: $1.00, $1.50, $2.00

Maud Okkelberg, Pianist
NO ADMISSION CHARGE

Every

Wednesday, 4:15-Hill Auditorium

w 'RS

Viversity
Bookstore

PALMER CHRISTIAN

in Complimentary Organ Recital

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Bob
Carson's

DA

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Refreshments Served
n Second Floor in

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