)AILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi-
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1928
To the Deans, Directors, Superintendents, and others concerned with
the preparation of the budget:
The following time schedule for the preparation of the budget for
1929-1930 has been approved by the Deans.
October 1 to November 1:
Call for general statement of needs.
November 1 to January meeting, Board of Regents:
Study and tabulation of needs by Dean of Administration and heads
of independent units.
January meeting, Board of Regents:
Financial statement of Business Manager.
Fixing of tentative maximum allotments.
January meeting, Board of Regents to February 20:
Report of allotments to deans.
Preparation of tentative budgets.
February 20 to March meeting, Board of Regents:
Study of tentative budgets by the Administration, Finance and
March meeting, Board of Regents:
Presentation of tentative budgets and reports of committees.
March meeting to April meeting, Board of Regents:
Revision of budgets by Administration committee.
April meeting, Board of Regents:
Adoption of final budget.
The above is in general agreement with the "Method for Preparing
the Budget" as approved by the Regents and followed in years past.
C. C. Little
Mechanical and Industrial Engineers:
All men enrolled in the five year Mechanical and Industrial Course
are requested to meet in Room 229, West Engineering Building, at 5 p. m.
Tuesday, for a discussion of the organization of a management club.
Chas. B. Gordy
Dr. Georg Kartzke, Assistant Director of the Deutsches Institut
fur Auslander of the University of Berlin and Professor for eight yearsj
at Yale University, will deliver a public lecture in the Auditorium of thei
University High School, on Friday afternoon, October 19, at 4:15 o'clock.
The title of his address will be Recent Tendencies in German Education.
Dr. Kartzke is being brought to the University under the jointj
auspices of the School of Education and the Department of German.
The public is cordially invited to attend this address.j
C. 0. Davis, Secretary
Fellowship in Real Estate and Land Economics:
A fellowship of $500 for the year 1928-29 is still available to a gradu-
ate student qualified to do research work in Land Economics or Real
Estate Administration. Application should be made in person, at once,
to Prof. E. F. Fisher, Room 209, Tappan Hall.
C. E. Griffin
Students in Engineering desiring to enroll in research courses in
steel and concrete, please see me in 104 West Engineering Building.
F: N. Menefee
Girls Going to Ohio State Game:
Girls wishing to attend the O. S. U. game at Columbus, Ohio, are
asked to file letters of permission from their parents in my office. at
their earliest convenience.
Alice C. Lloyd
Sophomore And Upperclass Women-Hygiene Lectures:
The second Hygiene Lecture will be Tuesday, October 9, at 4 o'clock
in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall. Please bring bluebooks.
amittee on Student Affairs:
There will be a meeting of the Committee on Student Affairs
m 2, University Hall, on Wednesday, October 10, at 4:15 P. M.
J. A. Bursley
Literary College Scholarships:
Students in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts desiring
to apply for a University scholarship (value $200) should apply at the
Dean's office (Room 1210, Angell Hall) for blanks and fill them out
and return them on or before November 1st.
H. P. Thieme, Chairman Scholarship Com.
The Eita Krom Prize in Sociology:
The Eita Krom Prize, consisting of the interest on a gift of $1,000,
amounting to about $50, will be awarded in June 1929, to the best
sociological paper of three thousand to five thousand words submitted
by an undergraduate and presenting the results of a study having in
view the social betterment of the writer's own community, or of some
community with which he is familiar. Papers must be submitted by
May 1, 1929. The competition is open to all undergraduates whether
members of classes in Sociology or not, but must show at least such
knowledge of that subject as should be gained by work equivalent to
th beginning course at this University.
C. H. Cooley
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
All students, now in residence, who received marks of Incomplete or
X at the close of the second semester, June 1928, or at the close of the
summer session, August 1928, must complete work in such courses by
the end of the first month of the present semester, October 24. Where
illness or other unavoidable circumstances make this impossible, a
limited extension of time may be granted by the Administrative Board,
provided a written request, with the approval and signature of the
instructor concerned, is presented at the office of Dean Humphreys.
In cases where no make-up grade is received and no request for
additional time has been filed, these marks shall be considered as
having lapsed into E grades.
Florence Mohr, Recorder
Chemical Engineering Staff and Graduate Luncheon:
The regular monthly luncheon of the Staff and graduate students
in the Department of Chemical Engineering will be held in room 3201
at noon on Tuesday, October 9. Dr. William Payman of the English
Safety in Mines Research Board will be the speaker.
Alfred H. White
There will be a meeting of the Interfraternity Council in room 304
at the Michigan Union Tuesday night at.7:30 P. M. The house presidents
of all the professional fraternities are invited to be present.
B. P. Sherwood, Jr., Secretary
The department committee on recommendations for the teacher's
certificate in rhetoric will be on duty Tuesday and Thursday, October
9 and 11 from 9-12 and from 2-5 in Room 3228 Angell Hall. All students
who expect to teach rhetoric should consult with the committee.
R. W. Cowden, Chairman
Health cards must be shown before you can play. Be sure that
you bring the Health Card to the field. Apply for cards at University
Health Service during regular class hours or at Dr. Lynam's office, N.
E. corner Yost Field House 8-9 p. m. daily. One examination will
suffice for the whole year.
Business Administration Club:
Dean Griffin will address a Student-Faculty Smoker to be given
at the Michigan Union on Tuesday, October 9, 1928, at 8 o'clock, under
the auspices of The Business Administration Club. All those interested
are invited td attend.
A. S. M. E.:
There will be a meeting on Tuesday, October 9, at 7:30 p. m., in the
Engineering Society Rooms.
The seating arrangement in the lecture has been entirely changed.
Students are asked to note their seat number on the bulletin board
opposite room 2127, Natural Science Building, before appearing for the
lecture in the auditorium. Do not postpone doing this until the hour
of the lecture.
The class (Field Geology) will assemble today at 1 o'clock in Room
4065 N.S. Come prepared for outdoor work.:
R. L. Belknap
Eight half-hours of practice with scores turned in at the desk in
the Field House are required for eligibility in the archery tournament.
This requirement may be fulfilled either by oneself, or under the
direction of Miss Rawlings. Instruction at 3 on Monday, 10 and 5 on
Wednesday, 10 and 11 on Friday.
Regular meeting will be held Tuesday, October 9, at 8 p. in., in
Room 3201 Angell Hall. Election of officers. Professor Anning will
address the Club on the topic "Fusion and Confusion in Elementary
Mathematics." All persons interested are cordially invited.
W. W. Denton
The first regular meeting will be held Tuesday, October 9, at 7:30
p. m., in Room 303 Chemistry Building. Walter H. Blome, Chief Phar-
macist for Frederick Stearns and Company, will address the Club on
"The Influence of Pharmacy on the Development of Chemistry." All
pharmacy students and others interested are invited to attend.
Fred H. Weinmann, President
There will be a very important meeting on Tuesday, October 9, at
7:30 p. m., in Room 348 West Engineering Building. Vote on new
constitution will be taken, also election of officers. All men and women
students on the campus interested in becoming members are asked
to attend the meeting.
R. C. Blaylock
Dr. E. F. Barker will speak on "The Raman Effect" at 4:15 Tuesday,
October 9, in room 1041, East Physics Building. All interested are
W. F. Colby
Varsity Debating Teams:j
Members of debating teams will be selected exclusively from the class
in Speech 81. The final try-outs for this class, for both men and women,
will be held this afternoon at 1 o'clock in Room 3209 Angell Hall. These
try-outs will consist of 5-minute speeches. The men will speak on the
subject for the men's debate: Resolved, That the United States should
ratify the Paris Pact without reservations. The women will speak on
the subject for the women's debate: Resolved, That social fraternities
and sororities should be abolished in state universities. Either side of
the above propositions may be argued.
J. M. O'Neill
Intramural Cross Country:
All men desiring eligibility for Inter Fraternity, Inter Class, Frosh,
and All Campus Cross Country Run must report nine times to the Frosh
cross country squad. The medical examination is necessary. Men are
urged to report to the squad as soon as possible. The races will be
run off the latter part of Nov. Keep in touch with the department for
Philip R. Seidel
II Circolo Italiano:
There will be a brief but important meeting of the Circolo Italiano on
Wednesday, Oct. 10, at 4:30 p. m. in room 408 RL. Old and new mem-
bers are kindly requested to be present.
The Engineering Council:
The time of the meeting Tuesday evening has been changed from
7:30 to 8:00. Thr ,meeting will be in room 302 of the Union.
B. M. Cain, Acting Chairman
Choral Union Ushers:
The following men shall report to Mr. M. H. Waterman in room 206
Tappan Hall tonight between 4:15 and 5 P. M.
Ahn, G. B.; Ashworth, G. W.; Barnes, W. P.; Bean, A. E.; Beckett,
J. L.; Callaghan, J. C.; Cummings, E. C.; Fox, G. E.; Galley, J. E.; Haye-
man, J.; Henshaw, C. L.; Hulse, R. R.; Jordon, A. G.; Lyon, D. M.;
Martin, G. T.; Miller, C. T.; Moore, King; Neumann, V. F.; Nielsen, H. H.;
Oestrike, E. E.; Peterson, Roy; Preston, S.; Redstone, L. G.; Relyea, Geo.;
Roth, Norman; Rowe,S. N.; Saltonstall, G. B.; Scheverman, J. B.; Severy,
R.; Shannon, W. H.; Staub, E. M.; Stover, V.; Straubel, E. S.; Szekely, A.
B.; Wingate, H. S.; Winter, T. C.; Winters, R. K.; Wong, T. K.; Wood-
burne, H.; Woolson, G. T.
The following ushers shall report to Mr. E. G. Aldrich in room 101
Economics Building tonight between 4:30 and 5:15.
Aver, James; Briage, O.; Brown, N.; Burgess, C. M.; Campbell, H. E.;
Dalley, Jesse; Eastman, H.; Farnsworth, U. J.; Genderman, C. A.; Grassl,
Carl; Grigg, W. E.; Harbough, J. C.; Harrington, Mark; Hecker, J. T.;
Howland, Alvin; Hult, O. S.; Johnson, Clyde; Hampenga, N. R.; Kasabach,
V.; Kent, H. C.; Kimball, Miles; Kittsley, H. J.; Montante, J.; Moore, H. C.;
Koon, K.; Kotila, T. A.; Lewis, C. A.; Lindfors, C. C.; Lister, Wm.; Mart-
solf, P. A.;McDonald, Wm.; Meyer, H. E.; Margenroth, W. E.; Papke, A.;
Roth, E. W.; Shilling, M. D.; Shout, H. F.; Smith, H. R.; Steinko, S. M.;
Stinson, W. S.; Swenson, N. C.; Van Bree, R.; Waters, Harlan; Weir, J. F.;
Wheeler, M.; Witmer, J. R.; Woods, C. S.; Zuck, C. H.
All other assignments were published in last Sunday's Daily.
W. A. Davenport. Phone 7987
Book Shelf and Stage Section-Faculty Women's Club:
The book shelf and stage section of the Faculty Women's Club will
meet with Mrs. J. M. Cork, 2034 State Street, on Tuesday, October 9,
at 2:45 p. m.
Mrs. R. D. T. Hollister
Women's Research Club:
The annual meeting of the Women's Research Club, with election
of officers, will be held Tuesday, October 9, at 7:30 p. m., in Room
2116 Natural Science Building. A full attendance is desired.
Faith P. Hadley, Secretary
Alpha Nu debating society of Kappa Phi Sigma will hold its regular
meeting. Tuesday, October 9, in the Alpha Nu room on the fourth floor
of Angell Hall.
All Campus Golf Tournament:
Entries are now received for the All Campus Golf Tournament
with first round play scheduled to start Thursday, Oct. 11. Play will
be at the University Golf Course. Entries will be received at the
Intramural office until five o'clock Wednesday, October 10, at which
time the drawings will be made.
Earl N. Riskey
Freshman Spread Committee:
There will be a meeting of the Freshman Spread Committee Tues-
day, October 9, at 4 o'clock, in the parlor of Barbour Gymnasium.
Eleanor Cook, Chairman, Freshman Spread
Pi Lambda Theta:
There will be a regular meeting of Pi Lambda Theta tonight at
seven-thirty in the library in Martha Cook Building.
Bernice McHale, President
Michigan Union Opera Orchestra Rehearsal:
The Michigan Union Opera Orchestra rehearsal will be held on the
stage in the Mimes Theater Tuesday night at eight-thirty instead of the
Ball room of the Union as was previously announced.
Roy S. Langham, Conductor
The Chinese Students' Club:
The Club's Banquet in celebration of the Seventeenth Anniversary
of the Establishment of The Republic of China will be held at the
Assembly Room of The Michigan Union this evening at 6 o'clock. All
the members are kindly requested to be there fifteen minutes earlier.
Y. E. Chang, President
Portia Literary Society:
The regular meeting will be held, Oct. 9, 7:30 P. M., in Portia room,
Angell Hall. All women called back for a second tryout and those wish-
ing to tryout for the first time, come prepared with a two minute speech.
Nellie Becker, President
Athena Literary Society:
Tryouts will be held in the Athena room on the fourth floor of Angell
Hall Tuesday, October 9, at 7:30 P. M. Speeches are to be three minutes
in length on any subject.
You are cordially invited to try out.
Doris M. Hicks, President
Phi Beta Kappa:
It is the wish of the local Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa to have on its
lists the names and addresses of all members of the organization who
have come to Ann Arbor recently. The Secretary asks that all members
of other Chapters now resident in Ann Arbor send in their names to
3233 Angell Hall by mail, either United States service or Campus system,
as soon as possible so that a complete list of resident members may
be on file here.
Orma F. Butler, Secretary
Scabbard and Blade:
There will be a regular meeting Wednesday, Oct. 10, at 7:30 in the
C. E. Staff
Sigma Gamma Epsilon:
There will be a special meeting of the Sigma Gamma Epsilon Tues-
day 5 P. M. in the Russel Seminar room.
C. H. Riggs, Secretary
Phi Epsilon Kappa:
There will be an important meeting at the Union Tuesday, October
8, at 8:00 P. M. All members are requested to be present.
Daniel P. Rose
Ann Arbor Art Association:
The Exhibition of Contemporary American Paintings in the West
Gallery, Alumni Memorial Hall will be open daily through Sunday
Bruce M. Donaldson, President
All men "who are interested in playing in the Reserve Band report
at Morris Hall (State and Jefferson) at 7:00 tonight. If it is impossible
to be there at seven sharp, come as soon as you can. All men, including
freshmen, are eligible for this organization.
Nicholas D. Falcone, Director
Smith for President Club:
A meeting for the purpose of organizing a Smith for President Club
will be held in the Michigan Union (room number to be posted on the
bulletin board) Wednesday evening, October 10, at eight o'clock. All
students and members of the faculty that are interested are urged to
L. T. Norville
Sigma Delta Chi:
There will be an important meeting of Sigma Delta Chi in the front
office of the Press building tomorrow (Wednesday) afternoon at 3 o'clock.
J. Stewart Hooker
TICKETS ARE MAILD
Tillotson Reports Near Sellout For
Ohio State Game At
Tickets for the Michigan-Indiana
grid contest to be played in the
Michigan stadium next Saturday
were sent out yesterday by the tick-
et office of the Athletic association,
according to Harry A. Tillotson,
buisness manager. These paste-
boards, which are delivered through
registered mail, are for the first
reserved seats of the year. For the
Ohio Wesleyan game, last Satur-
day, there were no reservations.
No accurate estimate on the
number that will attend the Indi-
ana game is yet available, accord-
ing to Mr. Tillotson. This game is
the first conference game on the
1928 schedule, and comes a week
earlier in the Wolverine program
than is usual for Big Ten games.
In the past years Michigan State
has been played just after the op-
Applications are still being re-
ceived for the Ohio State game
tickets, the business manager stat-
ed yesterday afternoon.
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Alvar T. Ginman
Nellie N. Graham
Earl L. Griggs
Dr. Harry Hahn
Katherine Tongchoon Kim
L. L. Lang
Frank L. Lem
Ira Wallace Levy
Alex Loeb Inc.
Frederick Dean McClusky
Dr. Thos. Ollive Mabbott
Dr. Gordon Manace
L. C. Maugh
Ralph S. Miller
Wallace B. Miller
Mugerdich B. Mugerdigkan
Mildred B. Myers
H. E. Netherton
Ben Aubrey Neuman
Emma Louise Pochalon
E. W. Sims
R. G. Smith
Frankie Stewart (Mr.)
Tau Beta Pi
Esther o. Tibbs
Mail for the following persons is
on hand, undeliverable, and may
be secured by the owners if called
for at the General Delivery win-
dow, Main Office of the Postoffice
on or before October 13, 1928.
Harriet Dyer1 Adams
Lowell Emerson Allen
Geo. H. Barone
Edw. T. Burroughs
J. C. Callaghan
Elizabeth Darges Corn
W. J. V. Deacon, M.D.
Eleanor S. Delo
John M. Duffield
Ernest A. Farley
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