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THE MICHIGTAN

DlAILY

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. in. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays).

Government Sells Merchant Ships
For $4,000; Buyers Apply

Torch

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Volume VI

THURSD)AY, (OCTiOBER T1rt 92=

Number 21

To the Department Heads:
Nominations for departamental assistants should be sent in at once in
order that the October payroll may be prepared.
S. W. Smith, Secretary.
Freshman Women:
The third discussion group on Campus Organization (letters R to end
of alphabet) will meet Thursday, October 15, at 4:15 o'clock, in Sarah Cas-
well Angell Hall.
Jean Hamilton, Dean of Women.
University Women, Upper Class:
The second discussion group on Campus Oragnization (letters M to end
of alphabet) will meet Thursday, October 15, at 7:00 o'clock, in Sarah Cas-
well Angell Hall.
Jean Hamilton, Dean of Women.
Students, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
Through an error in printing, the following rule does not appear cor-
rectly on the Change of Election Blanks used in this College: "No student
shall be admitted to a class after the beginning of the fifth week of a se-
mester." Notice is hereby given of the existence of this rule. The latest
date, accordingly, on which elections will be approved is Monday, Octo-
her 19. W. R. Humphreys.
Graduate Students:
Instructors or assistants who are pursuing course work or research
during the present year and have not properly registered in the office of
the Graduate School should do so at once,
Ruth A. Rouse, Recorder.
Students in Business Administration 101 and 211:
Mr. M. B. Walsh, President, Detroit Chapter of the National Association
of Cost Accountants, will address all students in these courses on Thursday
at 2 P. M. in Room 206, Tappan Hall, on the subject: "Accounting as 'a Guide
in Management." Other advanced accounting students, not enrolled in
these courses, are cordially invited.
Edmund E. Day.
Geography 111:
There will be no lecture in this course today. Section 5 will meet this
afternoon at 1. P. E. James.
Department of Rhetoric and Journalism:
There will be a luncheon for the faculty of the Department of Rhetoric
and Journalism, Thursday, October 15, at Barton Hills Country Club. Cars
will leave University Hall Parking Area at 12:10.
Waldo Abbot.
History 5: Lecture Seat Assignments:
A revised seating list has been posted on the bulletin board in the lower
corridor of Angell Hall. Consult the list some time before lecture Friday
}orning.
31. A. Peterson.
Botany Discussion. Group:
The first of my Friday Nights for this year will be held on Friday, Octo-
ber 16, at 7:30 P. M. in Room B173 N. S. Past and present students of
Botany I are invited. Carl . La Rue.
Fine Arts 101:
The first Blue'Book will be given on Wednesday, October 21, instead
of Monday, October 19, as announced.
B. M. Donaldson.
Po.sei. 291
Journal Club in Political Seeince will meet on Thursday, October 15,
1925, at 3 o'clock, in Room 406 Library. J. S. Reeves.
Freshmen:
The '29 Band will hold its regular weekly rehearsal at Morris Hall,
corner of Jefferson and State Sts., Thursday evening, Oct. 15, at 7:15 P. M.
Every freshman who plays an instrument is invited to turn out. Plenty of
music for everyone. Clyde Flory, Director.
Choral Union Concert:
The first concert in the Choral Union Series will take place in Hill
Auditorim, Thursday evening, 8:00 o'clock when the following program
will be given by the New York Symphony Orchestra, Walter Damrosch,
Conductor, with Guy Maier, pianist, and Palmer Christian, organist, as
soloists:
Academic Festival Overture (Brahms) Symphony No. 3 in C minor
(Saint-Saens); Palmer Christian; Entrance of the Knights of the Grail
from "Parsifal," Act 1 (Arranged by Walter Damrosch) (Wagner); Con-
certo in E Flat, for Piano with Orchestra (Liszt) Mr. Maier; Dance of the
Old Ladies from "The Venetian Convent" (Casella); Entrance of the, Little
Fauns, from the Ballet "Cydalise" (Pierne).
Charles A. Sink, Secretary.
All Advisors:
All women who are acting as advisors to entering women are requested
to meet in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall today at three oclock. This meeting
is important!
Doris L. Slingluff, Chairman Advisory Comm.
Cosmopolitan Club:
Professor William A. Frayer will speak on "New Impressions of
Europe" at Lane Hall at 8:00 o'clock on Friday, October 16. All foreign-
born students and their friends as well as members of the club are urged to

attend. Nur M. Ralik, Pres.
Choral Union Ushers :
All Choral Union Ushers who received assignments for the season are
requested to be in their respective places by 7:25 P. M. tonight at the Hill
Auditorium.
. W. A. Davenport, Assistant Sup't Bldg. and Grounds.
S. C. A. Cabinet:
The regular weekly meeting of the S. C. A. cabinet will be held Thurs-
day evening, October 15, in Lane Hall, from 5:30 to 7:00.
T. 1I. lfornberger, Secretary.
Glee Club:
The University of Michigan Glee Club will hold a rehearsal tonight at
seven in the School of Music Auditorium.
Kurt J. Kremlick, Manager.

The government is still burning up money. Two of four ships built
in war at a cost of $4,000,000, are seen being destroyed by fire alongside on
Columbia river at Poortland, Ore. A firm bought them for $4,000, strip-
'ped out the hardware, then applied the torch.

More

Student+
Traffic

Cars Than
Conditions

Before,
Worry

Police

Ann Arbor's traffic situation is be-;
come more acute each year, accord-I
ing to chief of police Thomas O'Brien.I
There are more student cars here thisi
year than have been before and they;
are adding materially to the traffic
problem.
"Students returned to Ann Arbor!
about the fifteenth of September, yet I
out of the 180 who were arrested for
traffic violations, 130 were students.
And they were only here for two
weeks of that month," said Chief
O'Brien. Up to date seventy per cent
of the traffic violations have been
committed by students. Most of the
offenses were minor, but the increase
is noticeable and is looked at with
concern by the police department.
When asked about the semaphore
system, which is now in use down-!
town, Chief 'O'Brien replied, "The sys-
tem is fine and has been working to
perfection, the only trouble is that
there are no standardized system for
Walsh Will Speak
Mr, M. B. Walsh, president of the
Detroit chapter of the National Associ-
ation of Cost Accountants, will ad-
dress acounting students of the School
of Business Administration at 2 o'-
clock today in room 206, Tappan hall.
His subject will be "Accounting as a
Guide in Management."

right and left turns. There are no
laws governing violation of the sema-
phore signals, but clauses have been
incorporated in the police regulations
governing the violations of the sig-
nals." Unlike many cities, it is
against regulations to make a right
turn against the red light and a left
turn can only be made at one of the
three intersections, which have sig-
nals.
DOUGHBOY FOR DEFENSUE
Colonel Mitchell and Others Back
Mechanical Devices
(By Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, Oct. 14.-High rank-
ing officers were sent by the Army
general staff to the President's air
board yesterday with message that in
its opinion the American doughboy
is still the backbone of the national
defense.
Opposing views advanced by Col.
William Mitchell and others, these of-
ficers testified that those charged with
the drafting of defense plans do not
believe the "whirl of airplane pro-
peller" or any other "mechanical de-
vice," can, in time of emergency re- {

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Lives in f

Passing

Years

Portraiture

Arrange Now for a Sitting
and Avoid the Holiday Rush

The Photographer in Your Tokvn
619 East Liberty St.

UO
Selecting-
Your Employer
c A COLLEGE professor recently remarked:
"I wish the average man graduating
from college were as careful in selecting
his employer as the latter is in hiring
his employees."
This applies to the bond business as well
as to other activities. A man going into it
should make sure that he identifies himself
only with a house that can give him satis-
factory replies to such questions as the
following:
z. Is the house reputable and does it
handle sound securities?
2. Is it progressive enough to offer pos-
sibilities for advancement?
3. Does it give its new men an oppor-
tunity to learn the business before
sending them out to sell?
These are some of the more important
things for you to inquire about before apply-
ing to a bond house for a position. In this
connection, you will find much information
of interest, in our pamphlet,"The Bond Busi-

WHAT'S GOING ON
Notices to a ppear in this column must
be left in the box at the Daly office
provided for tnat purpose before
o'clock 'preceeding thle day of issue.4

7:15-Frosh band holds rehearsal at
Morris hall.
7:15-Blue Key society holds meeting
in room 302 of the Union.
7:30-Christian Scence society meets
in Zane hall aud itorium.n

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