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the University. Copy receive
President until 3:30, except

Candidates for Teacher's Certificate: Blanks for the payment of the
CIAL t U T IN eacher's certificate fee may now be secured at the recorder's office of
StheSchool of Education, room 1437 University elementary school. All
students who expect to be recommended for the teacher's certificate at
s constructive notice to all members of the end of the present semester must pay their fees and return their!
ad at the office of the Assistant to the receipts to the recorder, School of Education, by February 13.
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VOL. XLL

SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1931

NO. 93 1

NOTICES
President and Mrs. Ruthven will not be at home to students on the
first two Wednesdays of February. The student teas will be resumed
on March 4 and March 11.,

To All Men Students: Your attention is called to the following reso-
lution 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 under the direct supervision of a landlady in residence.
F. B. Wahr, assistant dean of students.

Any students who have completed their business registration may ar-
range for their personal interviews during the next two weeks.
Zoology I: Final Examination will be given in Natural Science
auditorium.A. E. Woodhead.
School of Music Students: All music students whether matriculated
in the School of Music or in other schools and colleges of the University,
are respectfully reminded that they are required to enroll at the General
Offices of the School of Music on Maynard street and to make payment
of such private lessons, fees, etc., as may be required for the second
semester. Enrollment must be made befcre the beginning of the second
semester, February 16. Music students matriculated in any division of
the University will please ask for "salmon" colored card while special
students (non-matriculated) will fill out "white" cards.
Organ Recital: Philip LaRowe, organist, pupil of Palmer Christian,
will give a graduation recital, Wednesday, February 4, at 4:15 o'clock in
Hill auditorium. The general public is invited to attend: The program
is as follows:
Guilmant: Sonata in D minor, No. 1 (Introduction and Allegro,
Pastorale, Final) ; Boellmann; Ronde Francaise; Bach: Toccata adagio
and fugue in C; Karg-Elert: Legend of the Mountain; LaRowe: Finale,
sonata for organ; Reger: Ave Maria; Mulet: Toccata "Thou Art the
Rock."

4, 4:15 Hill auditorium. No admis-
sion charge.
Chamber Music Class, presented
by Hanns Pick, assisted by Wassily
Besekirsky, Joseph Brinkman, Sun-
day, February 8, 4:15, Mendelssohn
theatre. No admission charge.
Sergei Rachraninoff, pianist,
Choral Union Series, Tuesday, Feb-
ruary 10, 8:15, Hill auditorium.
Mlaud Okkelberg, pianist, Faculty
concert series, Sunday, March 1,
4:15, Mendelssohn theatre. No ad-
mission charge.
Palmer Christian, organist, in
recital every Wednesday unless
otherwise announced, 4:15 Hill au-
ditorium. No admission charge.
Geography Final Examinations:
Geog. 1-Thurs. Feb. 12, a.in., A-K
inclusive in room 35 A. h. and L-Z
inclusive in room 231 A. hii
Geog. 2-Sat. Feb. 7, a. m., in
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President and Mrs. Ruthven will be at home from 4 to 6 o'clock on The Philippine-Michigan Club: The official picture for the Michi-
February 1 and February 8 to members of the faculties, their friends, ganensian will be taken at Rentschler's studio, 319 E. Huron on Sunday,
and other residents of Ann Arbor. February 1, at 3:30 p. m. All Filipinos are urged to attend and are
requested to be there on time. S. I. Cabanatan.
Faculty Meeting, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: The^
regular February meeting of this faculty will be held Monday, Feb. 2, Choral Union Concert: Sergei Rachmaninoff, Russian pianist has
Sroom 25 Angell hall, at 4:10 p. m. John R. Effinger, dean. just submitted the following program for his concert in Hill auditorium
in the Choral Union Series, Tuesday night, February 10.:
Automobile Regulation: Students who anticipate applying for driv- eethovenonata, ousd1,n.t2F(L a ro d ,Ae
ing rivlegs drin th wek--nd o th J-op FriayFebuar 13 Beethoven:. Sonata, opus 31, No. 2 (Largo-Allegro Adagio, Alle-
ingriilg during the week-end of the J-Hop (Friday, February 13, gretto); Chopin: Polonaise, F sharp minor; Mazurka A fiat major; Valse
noon to Monday, February 16, 8:00 a. n.) are urged to call without delay A flat major; Scherzo B fiat minor; Rachmaninoff: Prelude, G major,
at the office of the dean of students, room 2, University hall, to obtain Etude Tableau, C minor; Liszt: Etude, D flat major, Valse Impromptu;
registration cards for their cars. W. B. Rea, assistant to the dean. (Balakireff: Islamei, Oriental Fantasy.

EVENTS TODAY
Economics 171: Final Examina-
tion Room assignments, this after-
noon: A-J inclusive, N. S. Aud.; K-

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House Heads,' Chaperons, and Social Directors; Undergraduate
Women: Girls may obtain out-of-town permission from their house-
heads when they have finished all their examinations. Permission to
be absent from Ann Arbor before that time should be obtained from the
office of the Dean of Women. Alice C. Lloyd.
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
All students who have taken business registration blanks should com-
plete and return them to the bureau immediately in order to secure
the proper consideration in regard to appointments.
University Women: Out of respect to those who are studying for
examinations, all women students are requested not to move until the
weekend of February 13 to 16. Alice C. Lloyd.
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.
Women Taking the Course in Required Physical Education: It is
iiecessary to pay locker fees immediately in order to receive physical
education credit. Dr. Margaret Bell.
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. in.
Students who plan to transfer to the School of Education at thet
beginning of the second semester will be required to present at least a
provisional transcript from the school from which they are transferring.

P inclusive, 1025 A. H.; Q-Z inclus-
Economics 51 and 52: Rooms for final examination are assigned as ive 25 A QHs
follows: Mr. Palmer's sections, 205 M. h.; Mr. Robinson's and Mr. Horn-l 2
er's sections, 1025 A. h.; l\.r. Niehuss's and Mr. Caverly's sections, 25 A. Children', Rhythm Classes: A
h.; Mr. Hoad's sections, 231 A. h.; Mr. Devol's sections, 101 Ec. nw eress ih sf:r
________new series of classes in rhythms for
children will begin today in Bar-
Rooms Reserved for Final Examination in English I: bour gymnasium. Children from 5
Rooms Sections taught by to 8 years will meet at 10 o'clock and
25 A. h. Abbot and Davis j those from 8 to 12 years at 11 a. m.
35 A. h. Bliss and Curtis -
209 A. h. Binkley Sophomore P r o m Committee:
225 A.h. Appel There will be a meeting at the
229 A.h. Brown Michigan League at 3 o'cloc:k.
231 A.h. Boothe and Everett
1009 A. h. Flewelling Craftsmen: Important meeting at
1025 A. h. Stevens, Hornberger and Bebout (C Section) the Temple this evening.

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The "Upper Room" Bible Class
will meet this evening in the "Upper
Room" at Lane hall. All University
men are cordially invited.
COMING EVENTS
School of Music Concerts: Paul
Robeson, Choral Union Series, Mon-
day February 2, 8:15 Hill auditor-
ium.
Philip LaRowe, organist, gradua-
tion recital, Wednesday, February
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Action of the Administrative Board: The Administrative Board of1
the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts has taken the following
actions:
Mr. Richard C. Greene has been suspended until the close of the
second semester of the academic year 1930-1931, and recorded with an
E grade in Geology 1, because of dishonesty in a written examination in
that course.
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:

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