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DAY, JUNE 2, 1927

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
"hIe University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays). Copy must be typewritten.
VOLUME VII TIIURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1927 NUMBER 177
Fall Registration Information:
By action of the Board of Regents registration in the fall of 1927 has
been changed from the schedile as stated in last year's Bulletins and An-
nouncements of the University. The corrected dates are as follows:
Registration for Freshmen-September 12. (The activities
of Freshman week will continue throughout the weekI
September 12-19.)
Registration for Upper Classmen-Begins September 14.
Classes begin in all departments of the University on Mon-
day, September 19.
These dates supersede all previous announcements and should be care-
fully noted by all students and faculty members.
Ira M. Smith, Registrar.
To All Members of the Faculty and Staff Having Library Books:
Attention is called to rule III of the Regents' regulations:
"All books borrowed by members of the Faculty shall
be returned on or before....... the Thursday preceding
the annual commencement in June."
For the current year this date is June 16.
Those members of the faculty who are leaving permanently, for the
summer, or for the coming year, are requested to return all Library books
before their departure.
Win. W. Bishop, Librarian.
Rhodes Schoolarship:I
Students interested in making application for the Rhodes Scholarship
for 1928 should consult Professor C. B. Vibbert in the office of the Graduate
School, Room 1014 Angell Hall, on Thursday, June 2, between 4 and 5.
Ruth A. Rouse.
Bureau of Appointments:
All candidates enrolled witl the Bureau who do not secure positions
before Commencement should leave their summer addresses with the office
so that notifications from the Bureau will be received promptly.
Margaret Cameron.
Faculty, School of Education:
Thtre will be a meeting of the Faculty of the School of Education on,
Monday, June 6, 4:15 P. M., Room 109, Tappan Hall.-
C. 0. Davis, Secretary.
Varsity Debate Tryouts:
The Intercollegiate Debating classes will be discontinued for next year
and therefore academic credit will not be given for intercollegiate debating.
The usual scholarship and medals awards will be available. These awards
will be given to those debaters who represent the University of Michigan in
the following debating leagues: The Michigan-Indiana-Ohio Debating N
League, The Central Debating League, and the Mid-West Debating League.
The tryouts for the men's and women's Varsity debating teams will bea
held next fall inmediately after the opening of school in September.
The subject for the men's debate in the Central Debating League will
be announced September 15.
The subject; for the women's debate in the Michigan-Indiana-Ohio De-l
bating League is: "RESOLVED, That the Direct Primaries Should Be
.Abolished."
G. E. Densmore.
Registration for Summer Field Courses in Geology and Geography:
Registration and election cards for the field courses in Geology and
Geography, given at the field station at Mill Springs, Kentucky, are now
available at the Recorder's office.
Students, given permission to enroll in these courses, should register at
once and pay their tuition in order to be assured of a place at the station.
t. i.M. Ehlers, Director.
Correction, Conflict Exams in French and Spanish:I
Students having conflict between French 1, 2, 31, and 32, and Spanish
1, 2, 31, anl 32 will take their examinations in French at the regular time,
according to the exam schedule, but will be examined in Spanish on Monday,
June V, from 2-5:00 o'clock, Room 2225 Angell Hall (instead of 225 Angell
Hall as announced in the bulletin Wednesday).
Philip E. Bursley.
literfraterniity Council Meeting:
There will be a special meeting of the Interfraternity Council today atg
4:30 P. M., in Room 1025 Angell Hall. It is vitally important that every E
fraternity be represented, perferably by the House President and by the-
Chairman of the Rushing Committee, as relation between Fraternity Rush-e

ingineering Freshmian Mentors for Next Year:
At the end of a meeting of the Faculty of the College of Engineering
to be called next week, there will be a meeting of the engineering freshmen
Mentors for next year.,
A. D. Moore, Head Mentor 1927-28.
All House Presidents:
Signing Out Slips for the month of May are due in the Office of Advisers
of Women June 7.
Norma Mansfield, Assistant Adviser of Women.
Examination in Rhetoric II:
Following is the schedule of rooms for the examination which will be
held Saturday, June 4, at 2:00 P. M.:
Abbot, Bader, Conrad-Room 25 A. H.
Binkley-Room 2023 A. H.
fBousma-Rooni 10>5 A. H.
Donnelly, Gates-Room 231 A. H.
Hanawalt-Room 2003 A. H.
Kreider-Room 35 A. H.
Proctor-Room 3017 A. H.
Reninger-Room 205 M. H.
Schenk, Solve, Vanderlugt, Wells-Newberry Auditorium.
M. T. Solve.-
Student Mathmaticail Society:
There will be a meeting of the Student Mathematical Society tonight at
17:30 in Room 3017 A. H. for the election of officers for next year.
Madeline Bowers, Sec'y.
Orchestra Concert-Complimentary:
Joseph E. Maddy, assisted by Nicholas Falcone clarinet soloist, will
conduct an orchestral program by members of the Supervisors class in
Public School Music in Hill Auditorium, Thursday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock,
to which the general public is invited.
The following program will be given:-
Suite (Mozart) Serenade, W. C. Welke, Conductor, and Allegro (from
Symphony No. 12) Helen Hays, Conductor; Molto Lento (Rubenstein). (from
Quartet Op. 17-No. 2) Waltz (Volkman) (from Serenade Op. 63) Suring
Orchestra; Concertino (Von Weber) Orchestra, and Nicholas Falcone, solo-
ist; The Last Spring (Greig) Leonard Falcone, Conductor; Lest Preludes
(Liszt)..
Charles A. Sink, Secretary.
Athena Liteg:ury Society:
Athena pins may be ordered from the secretary. The price $3.00 must
be paid in advance. All orders must be in by June 3, 1927.
Pauline Zoller, Secretary.
Athena Literary Society:
The Athena picnic will be held on Thursday, June 2nd. It will be pre-
ceded by election of officers in the Athena room at 4:15 P. M.
Florence A. Pollock, President.
Chi Delta Phi:
The copies of the Litterateur are here. I will be in Angell Hall from
2 to 3 today. Please bring 75c if. you still owe it.
Mary Wells, Treasurer.
Pi Lamubda Theta:
The Pi Lambda Theta pins has arrived and may be had by calling at
my room, 213 Martha Cook. It is also imperative that the girls pay their
dollar assessment to me immediately.
Dorothy Seeker, Treas.
International University Cruise:
Captain Albert E. Freeman will be at Lane Hall daily from 11:00 toj
12:0CA.tM. and 4:00 to 5:00 and 7:00 toa8:00 P. M. to interview any stu-
dents who are interested in the International University 'Cruise which
leaves New York September 21, 1927. This Cruise is coeducational.
A. Fremyn,

FRA YER REPORTS COMPLETION OF ARRANGEMENTS FOR
NEWLY=INAUGURA TED FRESHMAN ADVISORY WEEK PLAN
Final plans for Freshman Week,'the second freshman assembly will be' auditorium. Sunday mornin all t
next September, having practically held in Hill auditorium. The pro- incoming students are urged to at-
been completed .were announced by gram for this meeting has not as yet tend the church of their preference
Pr- of.mWllia A. craer, chaira ofbeen announced. For those who express no preference,
the committee in charge, yesterday. The program for Friday night in- a small, informal convocation has
Ooeludes meetings for the freshmen in been planned.
be worked out but the more important their respective colleges. The regu- Another feature of the week's pro-
phases of the program have been fin- lar program for these meetings has gram is the series of athletic even
not as yet been decided upon. On Sat- to be held every afternoon at Ferry
a reslmn\Weektillbegi n on Mon- urday morning, an inspection of the field, starting Tuesday. Various games
(lay morning, September 12, at which campus will beheld to acquaint the and contests have been arranged and
time all incoming fresh en are re-,freshmen with the various buildings. will culminate in the Field Day schod.
quired to report here. After report- A free movie show has been arranged uled for S'aturday afternoon, Septem-
ing, they will be assigned to their' for SatudyngttobfilinHl; e18
I rious grou)s and will meet their urday night, to be held in Hi er 18.
respective advisors. It is hoped that $The program is obligatory for ai'
enough such groups will be formed I STUDENTS OBTAIN freshmen and they must be in Ann
Arbor on Monday, S'eptember 12.
notmore than twnty aren JOBS AT Y. M. C. A.
'lddin each. In addition to one______ (AMUSp LE NE
faculty member, each group will have A
one or more upper-classmen as advis- URBANA, Ill., June 1.-Nine hun- T B LA E
ors. dred and eight students at the Univer- By the time of Commencement the
On Monday afternoon, Dr. William sity of Illinois were secured a total campus will be thoroughly cleaned and
W. Bishop, University librarian, will of 3,256 jobs during the past year by decorated for the visitors to the Uni-
give an illustrated lecture in Hill Au- the employment bureau of the Univer- versity. The building and grounds
ditorium on the work of the library sity Y. M. C. A. department will soon start work paint-
and how it functions. On Monday The directors of the bureau exper- ing all hydrants and nran hole covers
night, President Clarence Cook Lit- ience their greatest difficulty in the far in bright red and green. The flag pole
tle will address the . first freshman greater numbers that apply for wort wil be refinished with a coat of white
assembly in Hill Auditorium. jthan there are jobs to go around. paint. Plans are being made for the
Starting on Tuesday, September 13, This excess at times reaches into the erection of a stand at Ferry field for
he regular medical examinations and hundreds. While many of those who the speakers.
election and classification in courses secure jobs are earning their way
will take place and will last through- through school, there are others who RAE
)ut the week. A special time sched- work merely in order to have money
ule or siecial appointments are be- for extra amusements.Tn
ing planned in' order to eliminate the It is this last group that creates Today and Friday
congestion which has always prevail- one of the employment bureau's great- Jaymes Oliver Curwood's
ed in former years. est problems for often at examina-
On Tuesday night all freshmen will tion time, feeling the need of more "FiR
meet at the Union for a general mixer, time to study, they throw up their jobs, FA NF' E1
On Wednesday night, September 14 a leaving their employers in the lurch.
songfest will be held in Hill auditor- As a remedy for this situation, the! S tLong, Bunch-
ium with the purpose of teaching the bureau plans a refusal to give a sec- See You Next Fall
new students Michigan songs and at ond job to any man who has thrown N
the same time working up enthusiasm up a previous one without giving a l
on their part. On Thursday night, satisfactory reason. AE

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GESSNER TO HEAD
FORENSIC SOCIETY
Adelphi House of Representatives,
the oldest forensic society in the
state of Michigan, elected and in-
stalled officers for the coming fall
semester, 1927-28, Tuesday night in the I
Adelphi rooms on the fourth floor of
Angell hail.R
The Speaker who will head the
house is Robert J. Gessner, '29. Rus-
sell Sanderson, '29, was the dele-
gate elected to the oratorical board.
Earl C. Gremel. '29 was elected clerk
of the House, Richard Fuller, '29, was
elected treasurer, Lawrence Walkley,
'n wnasmade sargeant at arms. and

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Senator Chales Curtis,
Leader of U.S. Senate,

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will be discussed. Prof. Frayer, who is
address the meeting and explain the p

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John l

MAGAZINE OFFERS
COLLEGE CONTEST
All graduates or undergraduates of
American universities who spend at
leats two months this summer in some
industrial or educational work will
be eligible to compete in, a contest
announced by The Nation for next
fall. 3461
Prizes of $100, $50, $25, and $15 are
being offered for the best articles sub-
mitted to the magazine by Novenmber
1. The winning article will be pub- 34891
lished while a number of the other
prize winners may be accepted for
publication. The only additional re-
quirement is that students submitting 3432
articles shall have been enrolled in
some university during the spring se-
mester.
Contestants must give nam-e, class,
and college, name and address of em-
ployer, and dates of employment; also 50101
name of a member of the faculty of1
the contestant's school who vouches
for his or her eligibility.
In the 1926 contest Michigan, Yale,
Harvard, Wisconsin, Johns Hopkins,I
Bryn Mawr, Oberlin, North Dakota,
Northwestern, Stanford and Pennsyl-
vania were represented. This is the
third year that such a contest has been
held.
A dormitory for graduate students
is being planned at the University of a d
Texas in an effort to attract graduate a
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