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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the B'lictin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to
the President until 3:30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday.
Piano RecitaI: The attention of concert goers is called to the fact
that the recital this afternoon at 4:45 o'clock by Mabel Ross Rhead, will
be given in Hill Auditorium instead of Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. The
public with the exception of small children is invited but is respectfully
requested to be seated on time.
SUNDAY, JANUARY 31, 1932
President and Mrs. Ruthven will be at home to students during the
exnination period on the regular days, Wednesday, Feb. 3, and Wed-
nesday, Feb. 10.
The Sunday tea for the faculty, townspeople,, and their friends will
be held on Feb. 7. The tea on Feb. 14 will be omitted.
English 143: Final examination, Feb. 5, will take place in the after-
noon in Rooms 1023 and 25. The class will divide as it has for the pre-
vious hour examinations. , 0. J. Campbel.
English 31 (Mr. Wetzel's Section) : Examination Feb. 1, in the morn-
in in Room 2013 A.H.
Education Al: The examination in Education Al will be held in
.o the Heads of Departments: It is requested that, beginning Feb. 1, Rdoin 25 Angell Hall, Thursday P.M., February 4. Prof. Jackson.
the following procedure in submitting requisitions for equipment be fol-
rowed: Education D150: The final examirnation in the Correlated Course
1. The department will list items Qf equipment on separate requi- D150 covering the material given in the regular course, Education B20,
sitions from items of Current Expense, consulting the Purchasing Agent will be held Monday afternoon, Feb. 1, in Room 2021 Univ. High School.
In cases of doubt.
2. All requisitions for equipment will be sent to tle Dean or other
proper administrative officer and if approved by him 'he will transmit Education B20: A second examination for students who had a con-
them to the Business Officewith an endorsed or attached brief explana- flii at the regular time set fqr the final in Education B20,s to be given
themto he usmss ffic wih a enorsd o attche bref xplna-Saturday, Feb. 6, at 1 o'clock, in Room 2431 U. E. S.
tion of the unavoidable present necessity for the item requested.Sa
3. The requisition wil11 be checked in theBusiness Offic'e to ascer-
tain other costs which may be entailed by the proposed purchase, such Education B20: The examination in Education B20 will be held on
as expenses incident to installation, required service lines, alteration of Monday afternoon, Feb. 1, in the following rooms:
building or rearrangement of fixed equipment, necessary added labor or Section I, Room 2435 U. E. S., Stephenson.
other expense for using the proposed new equipment. Section II, Room 2436 U. E. S., Davis.
Alexander G. Ruthven. Section III, Room 2431, U. E. S., Johnson.
Section IV, Room 2432 U. E. S., Edmonson.
With P ride
Faculty Meeting; Colleg'e of Literature, Science, and the Arts: The
regular February meeting will be held Monday, Feb. 1,,in Room 2225,
Angell Hall, beginning at 4:10 p. m.
1. Contination of Report of Administrative Board.
2. Informal Reports from Advisers to Students, Professor Hussey.
3. Reporu on Grouping for Fina Examinations.
4. Discussion of Announcements of Reqtirements for Admission
to Candidacy in, Degree Programs.
5. Miscellaneous Business. ' John R. Effinger, Dean.
Faculty, School of Education: A regular Faculty meeting of the
School of Education will be held in the Michigan League building Mon-
day, Feb. 4, at 12 o'clock. C. O. Davis, Secretary.
Organ Recital: Palmer' Christian, University Organist, will give the
following program, Wednesday, Feb. 3, at 4:15 o'clock in Hil Auditoriuml
to which the general public with the exception of small children is in-
vited: Bach: Fantasia and Fugue Byrd: Pavan from "Parthenia" (The
Earle of Salisbury); Guilmant: Sonata in D minor, No. 1; Gigout:
Scherzo: DeLamarter: Suite: "A" Cbinase Garden"; Grieg-Christian:
Nocturne; Sinding-Christian: Norwegian' Rhapsody.
Ins'tructional 'Staff, College of Literature, Science and the Arts: Ip-
forration has been received that in some cases the dates for examina-
tions as given in the schedule have been changed. It should be clearly
understood that instructors ,have no right to make these changes even
with the content of the class, and that they are not to be made without
the express authorization of this office. John R. Effinger.
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, 1014 Angell 'Hall, to check their
records and to secure the proper blank to be used in paying the diploma
fee. The fee should be paid not later than the first week in February.
G. Carl Huber.
To be offered in second semester-French 160, French Romanticism:
A brief survey of the origins of the Romantic movement, followed by a
study of the ,principal French writers of the first half of the nineteenth
century. This course will meet Saturday mornings. Two hours credit.
Open only to graduates. Students wishing to elect this course are urged
to consult the instructor, C. A. Knudson, before the beginning of the
Highway Transport Survey Course: The Highway Transport Survey
Course, known as C.E. 44a, will be given next semester on 'Saturday, at
10 o'clock. This ourse wil be given by Mr. J. E. Bamborough, of the
Peneral Motors C'mpany. This is the first time a course of this nature
bras been offered. I shall be glad to confer with students wishing further
information with reference to the course. John S. Worley,
Professor of Transportation Engineering.
Permits fo J-hop house Parties may be secured at the side desk of
the Union until Feb. 9, 1932.. All permits are to be issued under the rules
of the 1933 J-Hp Committee and the Interfraternity Council.
Jewish Students: Regular Sunday morning services will be discon-
tikiued until after the examination period.
Sons of Rotarians now attending the University are asked to leave
their names at the Registrar's Office, Room 107 Mason Hall, University
phone 373. /
Geology 31: Room Schedule for final examination, Feb. 1, A.M.
1 A-M inclusive in Room 25 A.H.
N-Z inclusive in Room 2082 N.S., the Mineralogical Lecture Room.
Ueoloiy 133: Room schedule for examination, Wednesday morning,
Feb. 3,, Room 2082 N.S., the -Mineralogical Lecture Room.
Histoy 11, Group II: The final examination will be Friday, Feb. 5,
from 9 to 12, in Natural Science Auditorium.
lMathemAtics 1, 3, 5, and 7: Final examinations for first semester,
1131-1932, will be held'Thursday, Feb. 11, 9-12, according to the following
schedule: Abernethy 231 A.H., Anning 1035 A.H., Baten 25 A.H., Coe 25
A.H., Copeland 1025 A.I., P. Field 1025 A.H., S. E. Field 1035 A.H., Fulton
35 A.H., Menge 231 A.H., Raiford 35 A.H., Van Engen 1025 A. H., Wagner
- M.E. 2, Sec. II (H. R. Lloyd): The final examination will be in Room
401 on Friday, Feb. 5, 8-12 a.m.
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Political Science 1: The final examination in this course will be given
in the following rooms in Angell Hall: Mr. Dorr's sections in Room 2b;
Calderwooq's sections in Room 35; McCaffree's sections, Room 1035; Cun-
cannon's sections, Room 1025; Pollock's sections, Room 1025.
Political Science 51: The, final examination for Sections 2 and 3 will
be held Thursday afternoon, Feb. 11, in 2023 A.H.
Political Science 113: The final examination will be held in 2225 A.H.,
Friday morning, Feb. 5. (Continued on Page .2
THE ,PLEASURE OF SHOWING YOU
THESE MARVELOUS CREATIONS
WILL BE ALL OURS.
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Graduate School: Registration for the second semester will be from
Feb. 10 through Feb. 15. New students, or students transferring from I
other Schools or Colleges, should register at that time. A student plan-
ning to transfer should ask the Secretary of his School or College to
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