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9, at 1:30 p. m. and closing Satur-
day at 3:30 p. m.
Academic Notices
History 11, Lecture Section I: Final
examination Monday A.M., Feb. 5. Dr.
Long's and Dr. Scott's sections will
meet in Natural Science auditorium.
Professor Slosson's Sections will meet
in 1025 A.H.
History 47: Examination rooms.
Thursday, a. m., Feb. 1.
Sections 1, 2, 3 in Room C, Haven
Sections 4, 5 in Room G, Haven
Economics 51: Rooms for final ex-
amination:Messrs. Devol and Mott's
sections 205 M.H.
Mr. Horner, 1035 A.H.
Mr. Orr, C Haven Hall
Mr. Palmer, 1025 A. H.
College of Literature, Science and
the Arts: The final examination in
Mathematics 1, 3, 5, 7, will be held
Saturday, February 3, 9-12 a. m., ac-
cording to the following schedule:
Classes taught by Anning, room 35
A.H.; Copeland, room 2225 A.H.;
Craig, room 2003 A.H.; Elder, room
25 A.H.; Hopkins, room 2003 A.H.;
Menge, room 35 A.H.; Nyswander,
room 1035 A.H.; Poor, room 25 A.H.;
Raiford, room 1035 A.H.; Rainich,
room 2225 A.H.
Problems of Camp Counselors, Ed-
ucation B99: A new course entitled{
and numbered as above will be of-
fered by the School of Education
during next semester. This course;
will meet Saturday mornings, from,
9 to 12 o'clock, in Room 2432 U.E.S.
The course will be under the direc-
tion of Professor Mitchell and asso-
ciates and will carry two or three
hours undergraduate credit. It is
open to students enrolled in the
School of Education, and to students
in other schools and colleges, pro-
vided they meet the regulations of
the colleges in which they are en-
rolled. It is also open without credit
to graduate students, and arrange-
ments have been made whereby camp
directors may attend the class meet-
ings as visitors.
Rooms for French General Exam-
inations, Tuesday, January 30, p. m.:
French 1 (morning classes)
West Gal. A. M. Hall
French 1 (afternoon classes)
1025 Angell Hall
i French 2 1025 Angell Hall
French 31 (morning classes)
Nat. Science Auditorium
French 31 (afternoon classes)
231 Angell Hall
French 32 25 Angell Hall
French 11 103 R. L.
French 41 103 R. L.
French 71 103 R. L.
French 111 W. Physics Lecture Hall
French 112 W. Physics Lecture Hall
French 153 W. Physics Lecture Hall
Rooms for Spanish General Exam-
> inations, Thursday, February 1, p. m.:
Spanish 1 Nat. Science Auditorium
Spanish 2 103 R. L.
Spanish 31 103 R. L.
Spanish 32 103 R. L.
Rooms for English I Examination
Friday, Feb. 2, at 2:00
yr Instructor Room
f Abbot........103 R. L.
j Bader ........35 AH.
Baker... B-Haven Hall
Bebout .....C-Haven Hall
Boothe .. . .2225 A. H.
Davis .......1121 N. S.
Everett.....G-Haven Hall
Hoag ........W. Physics Lect. Rm.
Hornberger . W. Physics Lect. Rm.
Knode ...... W. Physics Lect. Rm.
Nelson ...... 225 A. H.
Peterson . .. .2054 N. S
Proctor .....3017 A. H.
Roellinger .. 229 A. H.

Rowe .......1209 A. H.
Schenk .....2235 A. H.
e Stevens ..... 205 Mason Hall
Walter ...2013 A. H.
Webster ....2203 A. H.
Weimer .....2231 A. H.
Wells ....... 103 R. L.
Whitehall .3209 A. H.
y Williams .... 203 U. H.
Rooms for English U Examination
Helm ....... 206 U. H'
Palmer...... 18 A. H.

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-Associated Press Photo
Ed Schlotman, deputy sheriff of Miami county, Kas., displays the
gun with which he killed Bob "Big Boy" Brady, a leader of the convicts
who escaped from the Kansas state prison. Brady, thrice a prison fugi-
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dratowicz, Jeanette Rabinowitz and
Suzanne Malve, Pianists; Elizabeth
Allsop Leslie, Violinist, and Victoria
Toteff, Soprano. The public is in-
vited without admission charge.
Events Today
Observatory Journal Club' meets at
4:15 in the Observatory lecture room.
Mr. Clarence H. Cleminshaw will re-j
view "Measurements of the Radiation,
of Variable Stars" by Pettit and
Nicholson. Tea will be served at 4:00..
Vanguard Club: Hear Emily Fine,
Michigan Union, 8 p. m. "Students -
Where Will You Go From Here?" No
Newcomer's Section of the Faculty
Women's Club will meet for bridge at
the home of Mrs. Herbert Harley,
Barton Hills, at 2:30 p. m.
,' ihjigani Dames: The Horne-mak-
ing Group will meet at the home of
Mrs. S. Laws, 1523 Washtenaw, at
eight o'clock. Dr. L. Laing, of the
Economics Department, will be the
speaker. All Dames are cordially in-
vited and a large attendance is urged.
Hillel Foundation: There will be,a
tea at the Foundation from 4 to 6.
Coming Events
English Journal Club: The regular
February meeting scheduled for Feb-
ruary 9, will be held February 16, in
order to avoid conflict with the ex-
amination schedule.
Theosophy: There will be a talk on
"Reincarnation and Karma," by Miss
J. M. Jiminez, at the Ann Arbor The-

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p. in., Michigan League.
Outing for Graduate Students:
There will be another short hike on
Sunday, the group leaving Angell
Hall' at 3:00. For activities during the
rest of the examination period, watch
the bulletin boards in the Union, the
League, the library, and Angell Hall
(first floor).

Music School Soloists
To Appear In Recital
Advanced students from the voice,
violin, and piano departments of the
University School of Music will ap-
pear as soloists with the Univerity
Symphony Orchestra, under the di-
rection of Dr. Earl V. .Moore, in a
concert at 4:15 p. m. Jan. 28 in Hill
The soloists, Raymond Kondrat-
owicz, '35SM, Jeannette RaBinowitz,
SpecSM, and Suzanne Malve, '35SM,
piano; Victoria Toteff, '37SM, voice;
and Elizabeth A. Leslie, '35SM, were
chosen by a try-out process and rep-
resent the recommendation of the
faculty who stand as jury in the
trials. Limitations as to time and
variety in the program were also
important factors in the choices fi-
nally made. The general public with
the exception of small children is

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School of Music Concert: The fol-
lowing program will be given in Hill
Auditorium, Sunday, at 4:15 o'clock
complimentary to the general public,
by the University Symphony Orches-
tra, Earl V. Moore, conductor, with
the following soloists: Raymond Kon-





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