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HIE MICHIGAN DAILY

DAILY OFFICIAL

University Choir: (Ensemble 49,
MTWThF, 11:00 a.m., Lane Hall).
During registration, application forms
may be secured at Room 223, School
of Music. Membership may be peti-
tioned by members of any school of
the University. Credit available with
consent of adviser; 2 hours under-
graduate or 1 hour graduate per
semester.
Registration. First Semester, 1941-
42. Students in all schools: The
student body has been divided into
alphabetical groups and each group
has been allotted a definite time
when all students in that group will
be admitted to the Gymnasiums for
registration. The schedule follows:
Thursday, September 25, 1941
8:00-8:30, Lar to Le inclusive.
8:30-8:45, Li to Lz inclusive
8:45-9:00, Mc and Mac inclusive.
9:00-9:15, M to Mav inclusive
9:15-9:30, Maw to Mil inclusive
9:30-9:45, Mim to Mun inclusive.
9:45-10:00, Mur to Nz inclusive.
10:00-10:15, O to Paq inclusive f
10:15-10:30, Par to P inclusive
10:30-10:45, Po to Ran inclusive.
10:45--11:00, Rao to Ri inclusive
11:00-11:15, Roa to Roz inclusive
11:15-11:30, Ru to Sca inclusive
1:00-1:15, Sch to Se' inclusive
1:15-1:30, Sh to S inclusive
1:30-1:45, Sm to Sp inclusive
1:45-2:00, St to Su inclusive
2:00-2:15, Sw to To inclusive
2:15-2:30, Tr to Vi inclusive
2:30-2:45, V to Wh inclusive
2:45-3:00, Wei to Wik inclusive
3:00-3:15, Wil to Woo inclusive
3:15-3:30, Wop to Z inclusive.
Friday, September 26, 1941
8:00-8:15, A to Ao inclusive
8:15-8:30, Ap to Ban inclusive
8:30-8:45, Bao to Bel inclusive
8:45-9:00, Bem to Boe inclusive
9:00-9:15, Bof to Bre inclusive
9:15-9:30, Bri to Bz inclusive
9:30-9:45, C to Cha inclusive
9:45-10:00, Che to Col inclusive
10:00-10:15, Com to Cr inclusive
10:15-10:30, C to Dem inclusive
10:30-10:45, De to Dr inclusive
10:45-11:00, Du to Er inclusive
11:00-11:15, Es to Fis inclusive
11:15-1:30, Fit to Fr inclusive
1:00-1:15, Fu to Gim inclusive
1:15-1:30, Gin to Gra inclusive
1:30-1:45, Gre to Hal inclusive
1:45-2:00, Ham to Haz inclusive
2:00-2:15, He to Hof inclusive
2:15-2:30, Hog to Hz inclusive
2:30-2:45, I to Joh inclusive
2:45-3:00, Jol to Ken inclusive
3:00-3:15, Keo to Kol inclusive
3:15-3:30, Kom to Lap inclusive.
Saturday, September 27, 1941
Any student may register from
8:00 to 11:00 a.m.I
Students who do not register by
11:00 a.m., Saturday, September 27,
1941, will be assessed a late registra-
tion fee of $1.00 per day, maximum
fee, $3.00. In addition a fee of $1.00
will be assessed students who do not
complete their classification by 11:00
a.m., Saturday, September 27, 1941.
The alphabetical feature of this
schedule will be changed each semes-
ter to give equal opportunity for early
registration to each student during
his course.
S. W. Smith,
Vice-President and Secretary
All re-entering freshmen and soph-
omores who Hlave not yet had their
elections officially approved must re-
port to the academic counselors in
the Study Hall, 1223 Angell Hall, in
accordance with the following sched-
ule and must have their election
blanks approved before reporting to
the Gymnasium for registration. Do
not indicate the number of the sec-
tion you wish to attend until you
meet the departmental representa-
tive in WaterMan Gymnasium.
Every freshman and sophomore is
required to elect at least one Satur-
day class unless he is officially ex-
cused by his academic counselor.
Approval of Elections Schedule for

Freshmen and Sophomores, ,First
Semester, 1941-42:
Wednesday, September 24, 1941
1:30-2:00, Lar to Lz

2:00-2:30, M
2:30-3:00, NO
3:00-3:30, PQ
3:30-4:00, R
4:00-4:30, S to Sa incl.
Thursday, Sepembter 25, 1941
8:00-8:30, Sch to Sl
8:30-9:00, Sm to Sz
9:00-9:30, T
9:30-10:00, UV
10:00-10:30, W to Wik
10:30-11:00, Wil to Wz
11:00-11:30, XYZ
1:00-1:30, A
1:30-2:00, B
2:00-2:30, C,
2:30-3:00, D
3:00-3:30, E
3:30-4:00, F to Fr incl.
Friday, September 25, 1941
8:00-8:30, Fu to Gz
8:30-9:00, H
9:00-9:30, IJ
9:30-10:00, K
10:00-10:30, L to Lap
Any student may report on Friday
afternoon, September 26, from 1:00
to 3:30.
Robert L. Williams
Assistant Registrar
Students in the College of Litera-
ture, Science, and the Arts Electing
Applied Music: Any student in the
College of Literature, Science, and
the Arts electing Applied Music
(Piano, Organ, Voice, etc.) -for credit
must present his elction card ap-
proved and signed by his concentra-
tion adviser or academic counselor
to the instructor with whom he has
elected to study. The initials of the
instructor must appear on the elec-
tion card before the student will be
allowed to complete his classifica-
tion at the gymnasium.
Earl V. Moore, Director.
Juniors and Seniors, College of
Literature, Science and theeArts:gThe
list of advisers in the different fields
of concentration has been corrected
as follows:
American Culture, Development of,
D. L. Dumond, 214 H.H.
Anthropology, L. A. White, 4506
Museum.
Astronomy, W. C. Rufus, 9 U.H.
Botany, H. H. Bartlett, 3025 N.S.
Chemistry, 'R. K. McAlpine, 406
Chem.; Letters and Dentistry, W. G.
Smeaton, 472 Chem.; Letters and
Medicine, W. C. Smeaton, 472 Chem.
Economics, E. M. Hoover, Jr., 211
Econ.; Letters and Business Ad., L.
L. Watkins, 205 Econ.; Letters and
Law; L. L. Watkins, 205 Econ.
English, J. L. Davis, 3228 A.H.;
Letters and Law, F. W. Peterson, 3230
A.H.
Fine Arts, H. E. Wethey, Room B,
A.M.H.
Geography, H. M. Kendall, 19 A.H.
Geology, I. D. Scott, 2051 N.S. '
German, H. W. Nordmyer, 204 U.H.
Greek, W. E. Blake, 2024 A.H.
History, B.,W. Wheeler, 316 H.H.;
Letters and Law, L. G. Vander Velde,
1118 H.H.
History Honors, S. M. Scott, 320
H.H.
Honors in Liberal Arts, L.S. Wood-
burne, 1208 A.H.
Journalism, J. L. Brumm, 213 H.H.
Latin, J. E. Dunlap, 2028 A.H.
Letters and Forestry, S. T. Dana,
2045 N.S.
Letters and Nursing, R. Reddig,
2036 Hospital.
Library Science, G. H. Gjelsness,
311 Library; E. Wead, 111A Library.
Mathematics, N. H. Anning, 204
S.W.
Mineralogy, A. B. Peck, 4075 N.S.
Music, G. D. McGeoch, 206 B.M.T.

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Republicans, Democrats
Engaged In 'Strike'
Against Governor
LANSING, Sept. 22.-(P)-Repub-
licans and Democrats slugged away
orally today in the battle of words
surrounding the Legislature's unpre-
cedented "sit-down strike" against
Governor Van Wagoner.
The announcement of Rep. How-
ard Nugent, Republican Speaker -of
of the House of Representatives, that
majority Republicans in the legisla-
ture planned to create a special com-
mittee to investigate the State High-
way Department, drew sharp retort
from that agency.
Lloyd B. Reid, deputy commission-
er of the Democratic controlled High-
way Department, called the speaker's
disclosure a "sad commentary" on
government, and asserted it would
impede the Highway Department's
task of solving "very serious prob-
lemis brought about by sudden tre-
mendous increases in traffic in con-
nection with our national defense
program."
Nugent said = a severely-worded
resolution would be introduced de-
manding the investigation when the
legislature reconvenes Oct. 9 after
the current three months' recess it
called as a gesture of defiance to the
executive.
The Highway Department, head-
ed by Commissioner G. Donald Ken-
nedy, has been described by Repub-
licans as the strongest political ma-
chine Michigan has seen.

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