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WE M!EEA, MAY 29, 1929

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jDAOFFICIAL BULL
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant tot
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)
Vol. XXXIX WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1929

members
the Presi-
No. 178

NOTICE-
The Board of Regents at their meeting, May 24, adopted the follow-;
ing resolution:I
Resolved, That Professor C. S. Yoakum and Assistant Profes-,
sor Margaret Elliott, of the Department of Personnel Management of
the School of Business Administration be and are hereby requested
to undertake a thorough study of all the various clerical, stenographic,
secretarial-administrative positions throughout the entire University,'
with a view to determining whether these positions can be advantage-
ously classified into groups with duties and responsibilities of a similar
'natuLe within such groups, and whether any geenrally applicable,
equitable regulations for appointment and for promotion wiyiin or,
between such groups can be advantageously developed, with equitable-
and just provision for salary payment based on value of service and'
on responsibilities carried. The coope-ation of all such employees'
throughout the University and of the principals in whose offices they
are employed is requested for this committee, and the committee is
itself requested to report to the Regents in due course giving its find-
ings and its recommendations, if any. A sum not in excess of $2,500
is set aside to cover the cost of service: and current expenses in-
volved in making the study and report.
Herbert 0. Watkins,
Assistant Secretary

Geography Summer Camp in Kentucky: . M. 9: iss Georges Lewys
Students who plan to enroll in the summer work in geography at1 Final examination in this course will be given Saturday, June 8, Sues Eugene O'Neill
the Kentucky field station will hold a meeting on Wednesday, May 29, 8-12 a. in., as scheduled.
at 2 p.m. in Room 13 A.M. J. A. Van den Broek Eugene O'Neill, winner of the
P. E. JAMES Pulitzer play prize for this year
P Military Science 16, 28, 38: with his "Strange Interlude," h a
Make-up examinations in Military Law, Administration and Mili- been sued for $1,250,000 by Miss
Students of Engineering and Architecture: i tar y History and Policy will be held at R. b , C. Headquarters on
ay y29.ywlbhlaRCleHa arGeorges Lewys on the charge that
All students in these Colleges who are taking courses i other Reinold Melberg the dramatist has plagiarized her
Schools or Colleges rn the campus, please report at once to the office privately printed novel, "The Te-
of the secretary, 263 West Engineering Budig.y Final Examination in Rhetoric II: ple of Pallas-Athenae."
LOUIS A. HOPKINS, Secretary p
The final examination in Rhetoric II will be given Saturday p. m. She maintains that "Strange In-
Rhetoric 209-Makeup: June 1, in the following rooms: terlude" constitutes "clear and un-
Make-up examination in Rhetoric 209-Development of Rhetorical Abbot, Morris Hall (Broadcasting Studio); Bader, 35 Angell Hall; mistakeable infringement" upon
Theory (First semester) will be held Tuesday, June 11, 10:30-12:00 Bebout, 35 Angell Hall; Binkley, 2013 Angell Hall; Butchart, 2$5 Mason her novel "and upon the dramatiza-
A.M. Any student who cannot take the examination at that time Hall; DeGraff, 18 Angell Hall; Diekhoff, 103 Romance Languages; Don- tion and motion picture rights and
should see me as soon as possible. nelly, 1025 Angell Hall; Hoag, 2003 Angell Hall; Hornberger, 231 Angell other rights comprised in her copy-
s.sE. NELSON Hall; Jack, 3213 Angel V;all; Morris, 3209 Angell Hall; Ott, 103 Romance! right, and contains the plot, the
Languages; Proctor, 2225 Angell Hall; Rowe, 2219 Angell Hall; Nelson, dramatic situations arranged in the
Automobile Regulation: 225 Angell Hall; Schenk, 209 Angell Hall; Stevens, 1035 Angell Hall; same way, detail, order and se-
The Automobile Regulation will be lifted at 5:00 p.m., on Friday, Turner, 1025 Angell Hall; Walter, 2lt Angell Hall; Wells, 2203 Angell quence."
Th uombl eglto wllelitdat50. -,o Fia,[ une
June 7, 1929. Any active driving before that time, outside of regular all.E. A. Walter Faculty of the College of
permits or special arrangements with this office, will be considered _._A._Wa__er I Pharmacy:
a violation of the regulation and will merit disciplinary action.
W. B. Rea Fial Examination, German 1, 2, 31, 32: There will be a meeting of the
Assistant to the Dean of Students . The schedule of rooms for the final examination in these courses faculty of the College of Pharmacy
is as follows: on Wednesday afternoon, May 29,
Geological and Geographical Journal Club: Mr. Bockstahler's sections, room 1035 A. H. at 4:10 in Room 212, Chemistry
Gelgca n GorphclJora Cu:i Mr.' Ten Hoor's sections, room 35 A. H3. Bldg.
The last meeting of the school year will be in Room 2054 N. S. at Mr. n o 's sections, room 5 A. H. g . C. Glover, Secretary
8 o'clock on Wednesday evening, May 29. Prof. McMurray will speak on, M. Van Eerden's sections, room 25 A. H. .
"The Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas." All interested are cordially Mr. Reichart's sections, room 231 A. H. Iota i Pi:
invited to attend. Mr. Schatz's sections, room 1025 A. H. Iota Sigma Pi:
E. N. Goddard, Secretary Mr'cazsscins om12 .H Iota Sigma Pi will hold its annual:
Mr Bez's sections room 1025 A H

.a . - . Vm i v aa Q , a. eee
to All Students Having Library Books: j Academic Promotions for the Year 1929-30: Mr. Diamond's sections, room 1025 A. H. plac
. At the meeting of the Regents held May 24, 1929, the following Mr. Van Duren's sections, room 231 A. H. afte
1. Students having in their possession books drawn from the Urn- academic promotions to or within the professorial grades weie made J. A. C. Hildner cas
versity Library are notified such books are due Friday, May 31, before to take effect in 1929-30. There are included in the attached list a Uni
the impending examinations. I few promotions made at the previous meetings but taking effect at the Twilight Organ Series: L
2. 'Students who have special need for certain books between May .mWalter B. Angell, pupil of Palmer Christian, will give the following
time named. pormi h wlgtOgnRctlSreWdedyatron
31 and June 5 may retain such books for that period by applying to From Associate Professor to Professor: College of Literature, Science, program in the Twilight Organ Recital Series, Wednesday afternoon, A ASat
the Superintendent of Circulation on or before May' 31. and the Arts, Arthur Evans Wood (Sociology), Solomon Francis Gin- May 29, at 4:15. The general public is invited with the exception of
3. The names of all students who have not cleared their records small children. No admission charge. TI
at the Library by Wednesday, June 5, will be sent to the Recorder'sI gerich (English). Wilbert Lester Carr (Latin: also School of Educa- I "Ap
cewere thei ry sedmeser's Jcret will be hed up utl such ' tion and University High School),C Hams Pick (Music, also University1 Bach: P elude and Fugue in G; Massenet; The Angelus; Lemmens: Alp
Office, where their semester's credits will be held up until such timeI School of Music), Charles Hurlbut Griffitts (Psychology). School of Fanfare; Karg-Elert: Pastel in B; Franck: Third Chorale in A Minor; 7:3
as said records are cleared, in compliance with the regulations of the Business Administration: Robert Gordon Rodkey, Ernest McKinley Stoughton: Within a Chinese Garden; Liszt: Liebestraum; Elgar: Pomp nee
Regents., he~and Circumstance,ill
WM. W. BISHOP, Librarian Fisher.ad
From Assistant Professor to Associate Professor: College of Liter- Charles A. Sink
ature, Science, and the A'ts, Leonard Lyon Watkins (Economics), Albert
To All Members of the Faculty and Staff Laving Library Books: Hyma (History), Raymond Louis Wilder (Mathematics), George Yuri Choral Union Music Books Refund:
Rainich (Mathematics), George Eugene Uhlenbeck (Physics), James I'he music deposit of $2.50 will be refunded to all members of thepan
Attention is called to rule III of the Regent's regulations: "All !zerr Pollock (Political Science). College of Engineering, Edwin Myron University Choral Union who return all of 'their music books to the T
books borrowed by members of the Faculty shall be returned on or be- Baker (Chemical Engineering), Walter Clifford Sadler (Civil Engineer- School of Music, between 10 and 12 o'clock or. 1 and 4 o'clock any day of t
fore . . . . the Thursday preceding the annual commencement in June " ir), Julius Clark Palmer (Drawing), Harry Bouchard (Geodesy and not later than Friday, May 31. fou
For current year this date is June 13.-ISurveying), John Minert Nickelsen (Mechanical Engineering). Medical Earl V. Moore Cav
summer, or for the coming year, are requested to return all Library School, Charles L. Brown (Internal Medicine, Paul Shirmer Barker
Those members of the Faculty who are leaving permently for the , Internal Medicine), Henry Field, Jr., (Internal Medicine), John Louis Registration in Field Courses in Geology and Geography:
books before their departure. I Garvey (Neurology). College of Pharmacy, Frederick Franklin Blicke. Students planning to take the summer field courses in Geology and Mic
WM. W. BISHOP, Librarian School of Business Administration, Margaret Elliott, John Perry Mitchell, i Geography given in Kentucky, must register and pay the tuition fees T
1 Jr. School of Forestry and Conservation, Samuel Alexander Graham not later than June 5. Registration blanks are available in the Record- bus
Changes inExamination Schedule, College of Literature, (Economic Zoology, also Professor in the Department of Zoology, and er's Office, room 4, University Hall. tod
Science and:the Arts:. Research Associate in the Museum of Zoology). G. M. Ehlers try
The Literary Faculty'decided that classes in this College would end From Instructor to Assistant Professor: College of Literature, Science Mi
on Wednesday evening, My 29. A new examination schedule' was, and the Arts, Allen Douglas Maxwell (Astronomy), Werner Emanuel Varsity Band: be
prtedine Tie Scedlerg a thembeniofprursr the secondnsm e Bachman (Organic Chemistry), Howard Sylvester Ellis (Economics), Dut to the Glee Club concert and the number of formations this S
printed in the. Time Schedule at the beginning of the second semester.ICarl Edwin Burklund (English), Archibald Anderson Hill (English), week there will be no regular rehearsal tonight. Please note the follow-
This new schedule may be procured n the Recorders Office and the Lewis Burnett Kellum (Geology), Aloysius Joseph Gaiss (German), Otto ing announcements. Var
one first published should be disregarded. J Stahl (Music, also University School of Music), Carl Richards Brown . Formation tomorrow morning (Thursday) at 9:00 at Morris HaljP
JOHN R. EFFINGER Scin full uniform to march in the Decoration Day parade.
(Psychology), Paul Miller Cuncannon (Political Science), Carleton Frankf Formation at 1:45 tomorrow afternoon at Morris Hall in full uni- of
Hlouse Presidents: I Wells (Rhetoric), Arthur E. Woodhead (Zoology), Harry Wilber Hann form for the Wisconsin game..Igiv
Houses will close at eleven o'clock on school nights after evey girl' (Zoology). College of Architecture, Frederick Charles O'Dell, Myron Formation Friday morning at 10:30 in full uniform at Morris Hall nes
in the house has finished her examinations: Also all late permissions Butman Chapin. College of Engineering, William Stuart Housel (Civil to go to Detroit.dm
during the week from June 11 to 17 must be granted from the Adviser's, Engineering), William G. Dow (Electrical Engineering), Hempstead Attendance at these formations is imperative as a good showing L
Office and not the House Head. I Stratton Bull (Electrical Engneering). Medical School, Herman Har- must be made. Absences must be excused before the formation by the Th4
Signing-out slips up to May 20 must be handed in at the League lan Riecker (Internal Medicine), Millard Smith (Internal Medicine), manager. (M(
Building. All house Presidents must hand all slips in for the remainder Arthur Covel Curtis (Internal Medicine), John Purl Parsons (Pediatrics All uniforms (complete with music) of those members who are not M
of the year before they leave Ann Arbor. and Infectious Diseases), John McGregor Barnes (Roentgenology), Ver- absolutely sure of playing in the Commencement Band must be turnedMu
Elisabeth De Vol, Chairman of Boa d of Representatives non Lewis Hat (Surgery), Reed Miller Nesbit (Surgery), Henry King at Morris Hall Saturday, June 1, at one of the following hours, 8-9 Str
Ransom (Surgery), Edgar Adolph Kahn (Surgery). School of Dentistry, IA. M., and 7-8 P. M. (H
Moving Pictures of Industry: Jay .Milton Osborne. School of Education, Charles Bon Hoyt (Athletic Gilbert B. Saltonstall, Manager I To
The twenty-second and last moving picture program by the School Coaching), George Fred Veenker (Athletic Coaching), Louis Ward Keel- ITen
of Business Administration will be held in Natural Science Auditorium er (Educational Psychology, also Assistant Director of the Bureau of Bureau of Appointments:I(Pu
at 4:05 p.m., Wednesday, May 29. Please note that the program will Educational Refe-ence and Research), Paul R. Washke (Physical Edu- All candidates enrolled with the Bureau of Appointments who do Slei
begin 10 minutes earlier than many -afternoon meetings. The follow- cation), Laurie Campbell (Physical Education). School of Business Ad- not have positions, should leave their summer addresses at the office, I Eye
ing film, made by the General Motors Export Corporation, will be shown: ministration, Herbert Francis Taggart, Dudley Maynard Phelps, Mer- 102 Tappan Hall. Ole
"The World Builds a Motor Car-4 Reels. win Howe Waterman. Hellen R. Shambaugh, Secreta.:y Lo
All persons interested are invited to attend these programs which Carl Eugene Guthe was promoted from Associate Director of Anthro- Pro
arc designed particularly to give business students background ma- pology to Director of Anthropology in the University Museums. Women's Research Club: .Gle
terial. Francis Lee Dewey Goodrich, Associate Librarian, was given the The Women's Research Club will meet at 8:00 P. M., Monday, June ig
CARL N. SCHMALZ rank of Associate Professor. 3, in Room 3024 (third floor, north wing) of the Museum. This will be Ca
an informal meeting at which the replies to the questionnaire recently Cat
The following were designated Chairmen of Departments in the le Se Pet
Library Science Elections, 1929-30. College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: Professor Walter Bowers I sent to former members will be available for inspection.Ma
Students intending to elect courses in Libray Science next fall should Pillsbury, Psychology; Professor DeWitt Henry Parker, Philosophy; Pro- by
consult a represetative of the Department in Room 303, Library, be- fessor John Lewis Brumm, Journalism. by
fore leaving town. There seems an excessive number now in library C. C. Little i ty oe nkhse
:chools, and it is probable that (in their own interest) the number of_______ Late permission for the week of June 1th to 17th must be securedI We
from the Advise"s office. This does not apply to the week-end for that Wa
students admitted by Dean Effinger to take undergraduate Library To Users of the Daily Official Bulletin: permission may be granted from the House Head. All houses close at by
Science courses will be limited to fifty. Applications made before the The last issue of the Daily Official Bulletin in The Michigan Daily eleven o'clock after every girl in the house has finished examinations. (D
end of the semester will receive preference. Notices will be sent on for this year will be in Saturday's paper, June 1. The bulletin will be Elisabeth De Vol, Chairman of the Board of Representatives
August 15 to students whose applications for admission have been ap- published also on Thursday but there will be no issue of The Daily_ _ Gl
p oved. on Friday. Comedy Club: Bh
A representative of the Library Science Department will be in Room Users of the Bulletin will confer a favor on the publishers of Thej There will be a meeting of the new members of Comedy ClubH
303, Library, from 11-12, and 2-3, (except Saturdays) from May 28 until Daily if final notices, as much as possible, are published in the Thur- Wednesday afternoon at 4:00 in room 203 University Hall. The attend-
June 7. day Bulletin and not left until Saturday. ance of all is required. I bo
WM. BISHOP, Librarian.-F. E. Robbins Robert D. Wells

%ion anct picnic at the F'ire-
ce of the Island on Saturday
rnoon, June 1, at four p. m. In
of rain call Dorothy Waller,
versity Hospital 292.
Dorothy Wailer, Vice-President
iAlpha:
here will be a meeting of Iota
ha on Wednesday, May 29, at
D P. M. in room 3201 East Engi-
ring Building.. Mr. J. Miller
talk on "Motor Fuel Volatity
Engine Performance."
G. G. Browu
i-Hellenic Association:
here will be a special meeting
the Pan-Hellenic Association at
r o'clock, Wednesday, in the
e of the Women's League.
Ailene Yoe
higanensian Business Staff:
he final meeting. of the entire
iness staff will be held at 4 P. M:
ay at the. Press Building. All
-outs who intend to work on the
higanensian next year please
present.
am Atkins, Business Manager
sity Glee Club Concert:
rogram for the Request Concert
the Varsity Glee Club to be
en in Hill Auditoroium, Wed-
day evening, May 29, at 7:30 p.
,audes Atque Carmina, (Stanley)
e Victors (Elbel) and Varsity
oore, '12) by the Glee Club; The
sical Cigar Box by Sidney
aight; Where'er You Walk,
andel) and ' Now Let Every
ague (Bach) by the Glee Club;
aor Solos: Elucevan le Stella
iccini) Where My Dear Lady
eps (Breville-Smith) Lift Thine
s (Logan) by Odra 0. Patton;
Gray Robe (Huntley) Swifig
P Sweet Chariot (Huntley) and
mis' Lan' (Burleigh) by the
.e Club; selections by the Mid-
ht Son's Quartet composed of
chpole, Straight, Brown, and
erson, The Cossack (Monuiszko-
cDowell) and Morning (Speakes)
the Glee Club; Monolog by
orge Johnson; 'Tis of Michigan
Sing (Arr. by Moore '12) I
nt To Go Back to Michigan (Arr.
Moore, '12) and Friars Song
ykema) solo by Otto Brown, with
ee Club; and The Yellow and
ue (Balfe.)
rickets will be on sale in Angell
ll and at the Hill Auditorium
x office throughout the day.
L. M. Goodspeed, Manager

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