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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ning, 7:30; Friday afternoon, 4 to 6 o'clock; Saturday mornitg, 8 to 10:45.
Tournaments will be arranged later.
School of Education-Changes of Elections: Changes of erections may
be made Thursday and Friday, February 16 and 17, in the Office of the
Recorder of the School of Education, Room 1437 U. Elementary School.
After February 17 changes should still be made here, but only after pay-
ment of a fee of one dollar.
Membership in a class does not cease nor begin until all changes have
been officially registered in the Recorder's Office of the School of Educa-
tion. Arrangements made with the instructors only are not official changes.
School of Education -Changes of Sections: Changes of sections or of
instructors should be reported at the Office of the School of Education,
Room 1437 W. Elementary School, as soon as they have been made.
ACADEMIC NOTICES
Additions and Revisions in English Department Courses:
Sec. 3, English 107 TThS 11 o'clock 2235 A.H. Brown.
English 54-Chaucer-MWF 11 o'clock 1020 A.H. Marckwardt.
English 128-Victorian Literature-MWF 10 2203 A.H. Griggs.
English 129-Study of Melville and Whitman. Reading and discussion
course. Limited to 25 students. Primarily for juniors and seniors.
TTh 11. Wilt. Two hours credit. 3231 A.H.
English 178-MWF -0 o'clock. 2003 A.H. Humphreys.
English 35-Section I (E) MWF, 1 225 A.H. Abbot.
English 35-Section 2 (F) MWF, 2. 2203 A.H. Bebout.
English 48-Section 1-Monday 10 221 A.H. Hornberger.
English 48-Section 2-Monday 11 3231 A.H. Proctor.
English 48-Section 3-Monday 1 3217 A.H. Davis.
English 48--Section 4-Tuesday 9 3231 A.H. Peterson.
English 48--Section 5-Tuesday 10 3217 A.H. Everett.
English 48-Section 6-Tuesday 2 3217 A.H. Proctor.
English 88-(B) MWF 9. 407 Library. Bader.

Mathematics 114: This course will meet TuTh at 11, M at 3, in 3011
A.H.
Hygiene Ed. F1 will meet in Room 20, Waterman Gymnasium (second
floor), Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11 a. In. E. W. Sink
Philosophy 160 (Medieval Philosophy): The first meeting this course
will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 15, at 4 o'clock in Room 202 S.W. Perma-
nent hours are to be arranged.
Reading Course in French, Supplementary Announcement for the See-
: nd Semester: In addition to the sections of French 12 listed in the

ing Building on Thursday, February
16, at 7:30 p. m. Those interested are
cordially invited to attend.
A l p h a Epsilon Mu: Initiation
promptly at 4:30 p. m. Thursday,
February 16, folowed by banquet at
6:15, Michigan Union.
Delta Epsilon Pi (Hellenic National
Fraternity), will meet on Friday,
February 17, at 8 p. m. in the Mich.
Union. All students of Hellenic de-
scent desiring membership, please
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English H, Section 7 will meet in Room 231 A.H.

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English 48, Section 6 meets Thursday evening at 7:30 in Room 3217
A.H . S. Proctor s
English 170, Verse Form: The class will meet Wednesdy at 4:30 in I
Room 3226 A.H. to fix schedule. A. R. Morris
English 154 meets Wednesday evening, 7-9, Room 3227 A.H. Third
hour to be arianged. E. A. Walter
English 114-The English Essay meets in Room 406 Library.
E. A. Walter s
English 54, Chaucer: This class meets at 11 o'clock MF in Room
1020 A.H. A. Marckwardt
English 32-Section 8 will meet hereafter in 103 R.L. Q.. Helm s
English 32-Section 9 will meet hereafter in 209 U.H. N. E. Nelson f
English 35-Section 2 (First semester) Papers may be called for in
my office. N. Debout
English 232: Studies in Elizabethan Literature. This class will meet
to arrange hours in 2213 A.H. on Thursday, at 5 o'clock. M. P. Tilley
English 211-b: Members of this course will meet at nine o'clock on?
Thursday, February 16 in 2220 A.H.
Candidates for the degree of M.A. in English: All candidates are ex-l
pected to take English 293. The first meeting of the class will be at three
o'clock on Wednesday, February 15, in 2235 A.H. Warner G. Bice
411 students registered with Mr. Weaver in English 298 will meet in
2218 A.H. at 4 o'clock on Wednesday, February 15.
Political Science 2, Section 6: Mr. Calderwood's section will meet in
2014 Angell Hall.
Political Science 108, Section 4, will meet in 1020 A.H. at 1:00 p. m.
Sociology 201: Miss Valentine's consultation hour for the second se-
mester will be Monday and Thursday from 2 to 4, 208 Economics Building.
Ch.E. 25 and Ch.E. 35: Students electing these courses please leave a
card with your name and vacant hours and the number of the course elect-
ed, in Room 2028 E. Eng. Bldg., before Wednesday noon. We shall meet
Wednesday at 3 o'clock in Room 3201 to arrange hours for these courses.
M.E. 2a, Sections I and Il: Sections I will meet in Room 348 until fur-
ther notice.
Section III will meet in Room 336 until further notice.
M. E. 52. Accident Prevention and Safety Engineering (2 hours): This
group will meet in Room 244 West Engineering Building at :30 p. m. on
Wednesday, February 15, to arrange for hours of meeting.
M.E. 53. Personnel Problems in Engineering (3 hours): Section I will
meet in Room 244 West Engineering Building, at 8:00 a. m., on Wednesday,
February 15.{
Section II will meet in Room 244 West Engineering Building, at 8:00
p. m. on Wednesday, February 15, to arrange for hours of nmeting.,
M. E. 54. Advanced Accident Prevention and Personnel Problems in
Engineering: This group will meet in Room 244 West Engineering Building
on Thursday, February 16, at 7:30 p. m., to arrange hours of meeting. 1
M.E. 33 and 38: The organization meeting for these courses will be
held today at 4:00 o'clock, in Room 209 West Engineering Annex.-
Aero. 15a,-Theoretical Aerodynamics: This course will meet in Room
4307 East Engineering Building instead of Room 1213 as stated in the Spe-
cial Announcement.
Mathematics 2: Section 1 of this course has been dropped. Students
who are enrolled in this section must arrange with the Mathematics De-
partment for another section.{
Mathematics 281: This course will meet TuTh, 8:30-10, in 3017 A.H.t
Mathematics 284: This course will meet MWF, 8, 3017 A.H.
Mathematics 177: Class will meet Wednesday at 4 p. m., 21 East Hall,
to arrange hours.
Mathematics 232, Advanced Dynamics: Class will meet Wednesday at
4 p. m., 21 East Hall, to arrange hours.

nnouncement, there will be offered
his semester a section of French 11 i
MTTF 8, 306 R.L., Mr. Evans), and
section of French 41 (MTTF, 3:00,
06 R.L., Mr. Dow).
Courses 11, 12, and 41 are designed
or upperclassmen and graduate stu-
ents who wish to develop exclusively
reading knowledge of the language,
nd aim to be immediately useful in
reparation for satisfying the French
equirement for higher degrees. Stu-
ents who have had no French should
egin with French 11; those who
Lave had some study of the language
may be admitted to French 12 or 41
ith the permission of the Depart-
nent. For further details consult the
urent Announcement of the College
f Literature, Science, and the Arts,
r Mr. L. F. Dow, 100 R.L.
No graduate credit is given for any
f these courses, but graduate stu-
ents are welcome to register as visi-
ors and participate in the work of
he classes.
Course in Vocal Class Lessons: As-
istant Professor James Hamilton
will meet the classes in vocal class
essons in Studio 223, (Mezzanine
Floor, School of Music) on Mondays,
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, as
follows:
Section I at 1 o'clock.
Section II at 2 o'clock.
Section III at 3 o'clock.
New students desiring to enroll
should consult Professor Hamilton
at one of these hours as soon as pos-
sible.
LECTURE
French Lecture: Mr. W. F. Patter-
son will give the fourth lecture on the
Cercle Francais program: Theo-
phile de Viau, poete libertin." Wed-
nesday, February 15, at 4:15 o'clock
Room 103, Romance Language Build-
ing.
Tickets for the series of lectures
may be procured at the door.
EVENTS TODAY
Chemistry Colloquium: 4:00 p. m.
Room 303 Chemistry Building.
Speaker: Dr. J. Gilbert Malone.
Subject: The Ionic Nature and
Dipole Moment of Covalent Bonds
Research Club meets this evenin
in the Histology Laboratory. Pro
gram:
Prof. H. M. Randall: The Far In-
fra-Red, its Development and Signi-
ficance.
Prof. S. D. Dodger A study in the
Determination of Regional Limits i
and Illinois Prairie.
The Council will meet at 7:30 p. m
Forestry Club: Meeting at 7:30 i
2039 N.S. Supervisor M. A. Mattoo
of the Pisgah National Forest wil
speak. Refreshments.
Glider Section: Important meetin
at 7:30 p. m. in Room 348, West En
gineering Building. A 11 member
must be present for instructions an
new flying groups will be forme
Anyone not completely paid up wil
please bring the necessary mone;
with them to the meeting. Flying wi]
start on Thursday, Feb. 16.
Quarterdeck Society meets in Roon
340 West Engineering Bldg. at 7:3
p. i.
Sigma Rho Tau: A debate will b
held this evening between a women'
team from Ypsilanti Normal Colleg
and a Sigma Rho Tau team. Prop
osition-"Resolved that all Policin
should be done by the State." A]
men and women invited. Refresh
ments. Union, 7:30 p. m. Roo
number will be posted.

theatre engagement Friday evening.
Unless announced later, there will be
no rehearsal Thursday, February 16.

University Girls' Glee Club usual
weekly rehearsal at the League at
7:30 p. m. in their Glee Club room.
Dr. A. W. Beaven, president of the
Colgate-Rochester Divinity School,
will talk with all students interested
in religious work of.any kind at 3
o'clock in Lane Hall.
Michigan Socialist Club business
meeting at 8:00 o'clock in the Union.
Tryouts for Spring Play of Hillel
Players, "The Dybbuk," will be held
Wednesday and Thursday at 7:15
p. in. in the League. Play includes
38 speaking roles. All students, in-
cluding freshmen, are eligible. Meet-
ing room posted on bulletin board.
Dance Club for University Women:
The Dance Club will meet at 3 p. m.
All those interested in planning for
a program are urged to be present.
Music Section of Faculty Women's
Club will meet today (note change
in date) at 8:15 p. m. at the home
of Mrs. R. E. McCotter in Lakewood
Subdivision. A program of Italian
and Spanish music will be presented
under the direction of Mrs. Nelson
Eddy.
Those planning to attend are re-
quested to notify Mrs. John John-
stone, 2-3779.
COMING EVENTS
Applied Mechanics Colloquium:
Professor J. S. Gault will give a paper
on "Pole Bending Tests under Dy-
namic Loads." Mr. W. F Burke will
review the literature. Meeting will
be held in Room 445 West Engineer-

is "High Hat" on these
great ships to EUROPE
High hat? Yes! It's the top class now
on the famous Minnewaska, Minnetonka,
Pennland and Westernland. The former
two were, until recently, restricted exclu-
sively to First Class passengers, and the
latter were Cabin ships.
Now, you pay the low Tourist Class rate
and have the run of the ship-the best
staterooms, the finest public rooms, the
broadest decks, all unchanged, just as
they were before. Rates from $106.50,
one way ($189 up, round trip), and, if
you act quickly, for $to or $15 per per-
son over the minimum rate you can have
a private bath! Regular weekly sailings
to Southampton, Havre and Antwerp.
Apply to your local agent-
the travel authority in your community
RED.STAR LINE
lnternational Mercantile Marine Company
Company's Office: 1255 Washington Blvd.
DETROIT, MICH.

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NOTICE
ATTENTION PLEASE-Will gentle-
man who lent me his fountain pen
for philosophy 31 final, please call
7238.
BLUE BIRD BOOK NOOK, Lending
library. 5c daily. Clean covers. Uni-
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21c
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repairing, refinishing, and uphol-
stering. Also antiques. P. B. Hard-
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SUITE.- Private bath, first floor,
well furnished, near campus. No
other rooms. For men. 3280. 295.
DESIRABLE-Front room for grad-
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TWO-Attractive single rooms, 507
S. Division. 298
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speaker. guaranteed satisfactory. 2-3478.
611 Hoover. 15e
Michigan Technic Staff Meeting STUDENT- And family washing
at 7:30 p. m. in the Technic Office, careful work at lowest prices Ph
3006c 6c
Varsity Band: Rehearsal at Morris'3 _6
Hall at 7:15 p. in. Introduction of the automobile in
East Africa has resulted in opening
Varsity Glee Club: Important spe- up large stretches of the country to
cial rehearsal 7:30 p. in., for Wilson I tourist travel.

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