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~i~iE ItiiX41N DAILY -

10 a. m. to 8 p. m. beginning Thursday, February 16th' ,,.eservations may c
be made by calling 4121 (Extension 789).F
S
Badminton: Beginning this week, there will be coachi g in Badmintonn
on Wednesday afternoon from 2 to 4 o'clock during the indoor season.
Courts will be o/' ' for practice at the following hours-Wednesday eve-
ning, 7:30; Friday afternoon, 4 to 6 o'clock; Saturday morning, 8 to 10:45.
Tournaments will be arranged later.
ACADEMIC NOTICE3
English 32-Section 8 will meet hereafter in 103 R.L. G. D. Helm
English 32-Section 9 will meet hereafter in 209 U.H. N. E. Nelson r
English I1-Section 7 will meet in Room 231 A.H. H. C Webster r
English 35-Section 2 (First semester) Papers may be called for in
my office. N. Debout r
r ____________________
English 54, Chaucer: This class meets at 11 o'clock .MWF in Rooms
1020 A.H. A. Marckwardt
English 154 meets Wednesday evening, 7-9, Room 3221 A.H. Third
e hour to be arranged. E. A. Walter ,
>s
} 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 expected to take English 293. The first meeting
of the class will be at three o'clock on Wednesday, February 15, in 2235
n A.H. Warner G. Rice
s
's English 232: Studies in Elizabethan Literature. This class will meet
n to arrange hours in 2213 A.H. on Thursday, at 5 o'clock. M. P. Tilley
d Notebook: Students who took English II the first semester should call
i for their notebooks this week, 2214 A.H. G. D. Helm
,e All students registered with Mr. Weaver in English 298 will meet in
S018 A.H. at 4 o'clock on Wednesday, February 15.
e Additions and Revisions in English Department Courses:
Sec. 3, English 107 TThS 11 o'clock 2235 A.H. Brown.
is Sec. 10, English 31 MWF 8 o'clock 225 AH. Roellinger.
Sec. 11, English 31 MWF 10 o'clock 229 A.H. Schenk.
a English 54-Chaucer-MWF 3.1 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.
!r- TTh 11. Wilt. Two hours credit. 3231 AH.

course will be held on Wednesday,
Feb. 15, a' 4 o'clock in Room 202
S.W, Permanent hours are to be ar- C L
ranged.
Psychology 140: Meeting to ar-
range hours today at 3 in 4129 N.S.
Psychology 220: Meeting to ar- A
range hours of meetings at 3:30 in Place
3126 N.S. Advertisi
The cis
o'clock p
Sociology 116. (The City) will Box n
meet in Room 231 Angell Hall, this extra ch
semester instead ' of Room 20- Eco- (on) i
nomics. Minim
10c per
inserti
Sociology 262. (R. D. 'McKenzie): Telephor
The Seminar will meet Wednesday, for on
February 15, from 4 to 6. Professors inserti
who are directing students in the 10% d
from t
seminar are going to report on the Minim
larger aspects of the problems un- yConti
der consideration. All members. of 4 ines
the seminar are expected to be pres- 4 lines
ent. 100 lir
300 lir
1,000 1
Course in Vocal Class Lessons: As- 2,000]1
sistant Professor James Hamilton The a
will meet the classes in vocal class Ionic ty
lessons in Studio 223, -(Mezzanine 6c-per4Ii
Floor, School of Music) on Mondays, bold fa
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fricays, as lOc per
capital
follows: The a
Section I at 1. o'clock.
Section II at 2 o'clock.
Section III at 3 o'clock.
New students desiring ...to. enroll TYPING
should consult Professor. Hamilton V e r N
at one of these hours as soon .as pos- Thact
sible. TYPIN(
M. V.
Reading Course for Ph.D. .Candi- _
dates: For students intending to take TYPIN(
the qualifying examination-in Ger- These
man necessary for the Ph.D. in the
fields of Ancient and Modern Langu-
ages and Literatures, Economics, LAUND
Education, History, Philosophy, Poli- Towe
tical Science, and Sociology. Prere-
quisites: German 1 and 2. TTh, 5. WASH]
201 U.H. Diekhoff. No credit. and
Reading Courses in French, Sup- 611rF
plementary Announcement for the
Second Semester: In addition to the STUDE
sections of French, 12 listed in the caref
Announcement, there'will be 6ffered 3006.
this semester a section of French 11
(MTTF 8, 306 R.L., Mr. Evans), and
a section of French 41 (MTTF, 3:00, FINAN
106 R.L., Mr. Dow). cars :

-0 o'clock. 2003 A.H. Humphreys.
I (E) MWF, 1 225 A.H. Abbot,
2 (F) MWF, 2. 2203 A.H. Bebout.
1-Monday 10 221 A.H. Hornberger.
2-Monday 11 3231 A.H. Proctor.
3-Monday 1 3217 A.H. Davis.
i 4-Tuesday 9 3231 A.H. Peterson.
. 5-Thursday 10 3217 A.H. Everett.
16-Thursday 2 3217 A.H. Proctor.

English 88-(B) MWF 9. 407 Library. Bader. Courses 11, 12, and 41 are designed 2-2001. Open evenings. 19c
for upperclassmen and graduate stu- NOTICE
Aero. 14a-Research: Students enrolled in this course will meet today dents who wish to develop exclusively__
at 4:00 p. m. in Room B-302 East Engineering Building to arrange hours. a reading knowledge of the language, BARGAINS-Overstuffed chairs $3
and aim to be immediately useful in to $9. Davenports $10. Study tables
W. E. 52. Accident Prevention and Safety Engineering fiours).: This preparation for satisfying the French $2. Lamps $1. A & C Furniture,
gr.uE.will.mAetin Rm244etngineeyrngBuilringat(?:3p.ms)Thnsrequirement for higher degrees. Stu- 325 S. Fifth Ave. 22c
group will meet in Room 244 West Engineering Building ) 7:30 p. m. on dents who have had no French should- _
Wednesday, February 15, to arrange for hours of meeting.} begin with French 11; those who HAVE-Your snap shots developed
have had some study of the language at Francisco Boyce. 719 N. Univer-
M.E. 53. Personnel Problems in Engineering (3 hours): Section I will may be admitted to French 12 or 41 sity. Here fine work is the tradi-
meet in Room 244 West Engineering Building, at 8:00 a. in., on Wednesday, with the permission of the Depart- tion. 29c
February 15. ment. For further details consult the FOR RENT
Section II will meet in Room 244 West Engineering Building, at 8:00 current Announcement of the College
p. m. on Wednesday, February 15, to arrange for hours of meeting. of Literature, Science, and the Arts, DESIRABLE-Room for graduate
or Mr. L. F. Dow, 100 R.L. student or business woman. 14
M. E. 54. Advanced Accident Prevention and Personnel Problems in No graduate credit is given for any Cutting apartments. 706 Monroe.
Engineering: This group will meet in Room 244 West Engineering Building of these courses, but graduate stu- Phone 2-1225. 292
on Thursday, February 16, at 7:30 p. in., to arrange hours of meeting. dents are welcome to register as visi-
tors participate in the work of
,- ~-,_ .3 . . y . .,. ... the classes.I

Mechanical Engineering 42 (C. B. Gordyr): An organization meetingI
will be held in Room 239 West Engineering Building, today at eleven o'clock.
C.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 III: Sections I will meet in Room 348 until fur-
ther notice.
Section III will meet in Room 336 until further notice.

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
Mathematics 2: Section 1 of this course has been dropped. Students s VENTS TAY
who are enrolled in this section must arrange with the Mathematics De-' Music stuents AymP bly Srchool
partnen foranoher ecton.Music students, Symphony Orchestra
partment for another section. members and students in the Con-
ducting classes are to meet in the
Mathematics 110: Students interested in taking this course are asked School of Music Annex, Room 1, at
to meet the instructor in 338 West Engineering Building at 5 o'clock today 4 p. m.
to arrange hours.

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Mathematics 103: This course will meet in 3010 Angell Hall instead of
22 East Hall.
Physiological Chemistry 123: The first meeting of this course will be
held on Wednesday, February 15, at 9 o'clock in Room 319 West Medical
Building.
Physiological Chemistry 121: Students may call for laboratory refunds
Room 218 West Medical Building from 1:30 to 4:30 daily except Saturday,
and on Saturday from 8:30 to 11:30.
Political Science 2, Section 6: Mr. Calderwood's section will meet in
2014 Angell Hall.
Political Science 266 (Seminar in International Organization) will meet
on Thursday at 2:00 p. in., in Politi--
cal Science Seminar Room, as announced. (2) Course 166 will
probably be dropped.
Oriental Languages: (1) Course Philosophy 160 (Medieval Phil-
154 will meet in A.H. 2023, not 2203 osophy): The first meeting of this

Mathematical Club meeting at 8
p. m. in 3201 A.H. Dr. E. W. Miller
will speak on Certain Continuous
Transformations.
Botanical Journal Club meets at
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