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WIKE To SPEAKliu E 19H
Nut asery School Superintendent1
on University Radio
Program Sunday.
Two programs have been arrang-
ed by the 'University broadcasting
studio for the period between se-
mesters. At 5 o'clock tomorrow af-
ternoon the regular Parent-Teach-
er program will be given as usual.
D3r. Marguerite Wilker, superinteri-
dent of the university nursery
school, will speak on "The Behav-
ior of the Young Child."
Mr. George Poinar, violinist, and
Stanley Fletcher, pianist, will fur-
nish the musical program.
On Sunday, Feb. 8, at the same
time, Mrs. Herbert S. Mallory, di-
rector of social service in the Unri-
versity psychopathic hospital will
deliver a talk on "Home Training
in Citizenship."
Two pupils of Nicholas Falcone,
instructor in the school of music,
will provide the musical entertain-
ment. The young men, John La-
Rue, clarinetist,' and Owen Reed,
cornetist, are both residents of Ann
Arbor. This will be their first ap-
pearance before a radio audience.
MOSCOW-(K')-Despite the state
of the world copper market and the
efforts of American interests to re-
duce production,. the soviet union
has announced its intention to mine
85,600 tons of the metal in 1931 as
against 48,600 tons last year.

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

(Continued from Page 8)
room 25 A. h.
Geog. 33-Tues. Feb. 10, a. in.,.
K inclusive in room 25 A. h. and
Z inclusive in room 231 A. h.

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Examinations in other courses
'will be held in the rooms in which~
the classes meet at the time spec-i-
fied on the exmination schedule
unless an announcement to the
contrary ha.) been made in class.
ll~story 61. (A. E. R. Baak) The
final examinations will be held at
9 o'clock, February 3, in 205 Mason]
hall.
Histor'y 11, 1" cture Sction O6"ne 1
final examination February 4, 9-12.
Mr. Long's and Mr. Scott's sections
in the Natural Science auditorium;
Mr. Kemnpers' and Mr. Slosson's in
room 1025 Angell hall.;
Mathematics Courses: Final ex-
aminations for the first semester,
in courses 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 7, will
be held Monday, February 9, from
2-5 p. in., according to the follow-1
ing schedule: Anning, 25 A. h.;
Baten, 1025 A. h.; Coe, 35 A. I.; P.
Field, 2225 A. h.; S. E, Field, 1035
A. h.; Fulton, 35 A. h.; Garnett, 25
A. h.; Graves, 231 A. h.; Hilde-
brandt, 1035 A. h.; Menge, 231 A. h.;
E. B. Miller, 231 A. h.; Newsom,
1035 A. h.; Oldenburger, 2225 A. h.;
O'Toole, 1025 A. h.; Pierce, 25 A. h.;
Poor, 25 A. h.; Wagner, E. H., 10251

A. h.
Mlathematics ..1: Examination for
Prof. Wilder's sections on Tuesday,
February 10, 9 a. mn., in room
229 A. H.
German 3-(i1l°. Van de Liuvs-
ters section) will take final ex am--
ination in room 225 Angell hall on
Tuesday a. in., February 3.
Geology 31 Final will be given inI
the west lecture room of the West I
Physics bldg., south of the Library,
Monday morning, February 2.

Students who have conflicts with
the final examination, those who,
graduate in February, andthe
who need transcripts to send, to
other colleges, may take an earlier
examination to be given in room 25,
Angell hall, on Tuesday afternoon,
February 10.
Notebooks will be given back to
students on Saturday, February 7,1
in room 205, Pharmacology bldg.
Lieutenant W. P. I:. op, Construc-
tion Corps, U. S. N., will be in Ann
Arbor on Monday and Tuesday,
February 9 and 10. Hie is desirous
of meeting prospective graduates in
Engineering and Enginee~ring Phys-
ics who might be interested in Mo-
del Basin work and other technical
activities of the Federal service.
L.ieuteInanrt Roo~p will show mov-

th rcieo oetyin certain iss iia Robe'rtsoni, R. N., of
"u.pa con ies"he member- Aaiwl pa ttemeeting
shi conlio te wll resnttheir of the,. Student; Volunteers in the
repri or iscssin.All members fireplace room of Harris hall at
are rgedto b nreent.8:30 a. in., Sunday. Those interested
_ are cordially invited.
Mathematial Chib:The Febru,,tary The group will meet rglrya
meetng illbe eldon Tu-sday, this time during the Sundays of
Feb 1, a ~' :0 . i.,in roomz 3201; February.
A. . Pasenot chngeof hour.!
'rRecent ik on ' DrIt'. sinTi us6ohteaulyTeory will addre: ss XtheLibeural Students
o1f i1ntua;~ Union of the Unitarian Church on
- -- the subject, "The First Peoples of
X~asit GIe (ob:Noregular re-I Michigan" on Sunday Evening, Feb.
learsIs of the u illk lc 1, at 7:30. The Church is located at
u ntil Februa)ry 6 nes ute the corner of State and Huron sts.

I Feruay 3 at8 o'clock in the Mich-
1igan league. The -arts group will
have chargie of the meeting. A large
attendlance is diesired, Watch bulle-.
tin boa rd for place of meeting.
A-flop Committee: There will be
a meeting at 6 o'clock tomorrow in
the Michiganz Union.
CHEESE BAR FOR PARIS
PARIS (I)-A cheese bar just
opened at the St. Lazaire station
offers its patrons choice of 119 va-
rieties of cheese together with va-
rious brands of the wine most ap-
propriate for consumption with

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Education B 20J (0. W. Steplievi- lieure s of some or the work
son) : Those who are unable ttak he n nthe Model hoin room
i I-hr fna~ l rn-o vin, o i ,-r, in, B )l' I

the regularly schedule d hour for
that course must iake it Monday
evening, February 2, in room 2021
University High School. This ap-
plies to all sections.
Psychology 32, fi ial cxai ni iation:
This examination will be~ given on
Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 3, in room
209, Angell hall. Students with con-
dlicts may appear in the forenoon
of the same day in room 2125,
Natural Science building.
Psychology 31, final examination:
Students with initials A to F, in'lus-
ive, will meet in 'room 25, Angell
hall; students with initials G to L
will meet in room 1025. Angell hall;
and students with 'initials Ml to Z
will meet in the Natural Science
auditorium. Bring unsigned' blue-
books.

243 West Engineeri b: linat
7:30 p. nm., Mondlay,Fbrmy9
Cluuinics: The next meetingxvi b Fb
0, at 8: 00 p.,im., on ''srd fl ororc -
gineering Annex. Mr. L. 11. Donnel
wil pres3ent pape~r entitled "Lon-
gitudinal WaveTrtsiio"
It is hopedi that all ineel ill
make note of this. There -aill be
no Daily. on this date.
day evening, Feb. 3, 7:30, room 1121
N. S. Dr. Baxter will readt a paper
on "Forest pathology in relation to

notice agNn
in he h~t(iil~aiO]0.Six o'co)ck
iu u-LonI b flloedby a short
Wcoley o3 C .d:tilcy Evening
De~oi ionl Mc f r,*A'cock. Miss
Carre Lckeo An Arbr'sleadirg
Ar~icr~eanand "(,de0s.'' Soial
)'There xvIii3'be, a11meelti)£othe Uni°-
ver.i.: o Micw~gan "Chapter in the
CabietZoom at Lane hall, Sun-
- -ay of 1ro,Fe. #1, at2: 30. Any
stud utof n va v el. IeaChristian
la~o is I"riy iilvii('d to be pres--

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Reasonable Prices
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Michsig;an Dames will hold their each kind of cheese,

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FIRSTs METHODIST
EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Cur. S. State and 1E. Washington Sts.
Dr. Frederick B. Fisher, Minister
10:30 A. M.--Morning Worship.
"THE BABE"

METHO~DIST STUDENTS
" CENTER
WESLEVAN GUILD
Cor. State and East H-uron
12:00 Noon--- Recgulate Sunday School
Classes.
6:00 P. M.-Devotional Service.
Miss Carrie Dickcn -will speak on
"'The New American and Our
Ideals."

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Tagore's New Poem
Dr. Fisher

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7:30 P. M.-Evening Worship.
"THE WICKERSHAM REPORT"'
Lieutenant-Governor L. D. Dickinson
(Wesleyan Guild Lecture)
11HE
FIRST BAPTISTI CHURCH
L. 1Huron, below Staite
It. Edward Sayles, Minister
H-oward R. Chap.,man, Minister of
Students.
9:45 A. M.-The Church School.
Mr. Wallace Watt, Superintendent.
10:45 A. M-Morning Worship.
Sermon by Mr. Sayles: "The Re-
covery of Jesus."
12:00 N,-University Students will
meet at Guild House, opposite the
Church
5:30 P. M.-- Studenrt Social I Jou.1
6:30 P. M\4- -I)(votional I loitr.
Meeting ited by John Rdes

FIRST
PRESBYTERIAN(CH URC;H
Hluron and D~ivision Sts.
Merle H. Anderson, Minister
Alfred Lee Klaer, University Pastor
Mrs. Nellie B. Cadwell, Counsellor of
Women.
10:45 A. M.--Morning Worship.
Sermson: "Prohibition: "Reasons
for Repeal."
12:00 Noon-Student Classes.
5:30 P. M.-Social Hour for Young
People.
6:30 P. M.-Young People's Meet-
ing. Leader: George Alder.
6:30 P. M.-Graduate, Professional
and Business young people's dlis-
cussion group meets at 326 S.
Division St. Subject: "Christianity
and Government."
d
FIRST CONGRE GATI ONAL
CHURCH

7:00 P. M.-Social Hour.

HIL.LEL FOUNDATION
615 East University
Rabbi Bernard HeIller
11:1 5 A. M.--Religious Service.
Rabbi Bernard Heller officiating.
Service to be featured with Jewish
music.

Allison Ray 1ileaps, Minister

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BETHLEHEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
Fourth Ave. between Packard and
Williams
Rev. Theodore R. Schmale
9:00 A. M.-Biblc School.
10:0 A. M.--Morning Worship.
Sermon:. 'Spiritual Wealth.''
11:00to A. M.--Service in German,

THEOSOPHY
Is the body of truths which
forms the basis of all religions,
and which cannot be claimed as
the exclusive possession of any.
Theosophy therefore affirms
that: There is no religion higher
than truth.
Study It
I -he Tiheosophical Society in c e t s
We 4nesday evenings in the Michi-
gain League at 8 o'clock. Yoa are
welcome.

Sunday, Februar'y Ij
10:45 A. M.--Mor ning Worship.
Sermon topic: "'he Bible----What
Use Can M~ake of It Today?"
I
6:00 1'. Mv. ----I'-llt~w-,11) i j'ti'c.
S'I'. ANDREW'S
IS OPAL CHURCH
D~ivision and Catherine Streets
Reverend Henry Lewis, Rector
Reverend Duncan E. Mann, Assistant
8:00 A. M.--lioly Communion.
9:30 A. M.-Holy Communion
(Student Chapel in Harris Hall),
9:30 A. M.-C:hurch School (Kin.
dergarten at 11 o'clock).
11:00 A. M.---Holy Communion,
sermon by Mr. Lewis.
6:00 P. M.-Student Supper.
7:45 P. M.-Evensong and Addre:s
by Mr. Lewis on "The Works of
Rufus Jones." The Student Choir
will sing "Thou wilt keep him in
perfect peace whose mind is stay-
ed on Thee," by Dudley Buck.

7:00 P. M. - Young
League meeting.

People's1

ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
Washington St. at Fifth .Ave.
E. C. Stellho n, Pastor
9:00 A. M.-Sunday School.

FIRST CHURCH
CHRIST, SCIENTIST
4109 S. Division St.
10:30 A. M.---Regular Mor-iig Serv-
ice. Sermon topic: "L.OVE."

ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
T1hird and West Liberty Sts.
C. A. Brauer, Pastor
Sunday, February 1
1:00 A. M.-German Scrvice.

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