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DAIL0Y 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. mn. Saturday.)

Vol. 39

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1928

No. 15

Action of the Administrative Board:
The Administrative Board of the College of Literature, Science,
and the Arts has taken the following action:
Joseph Auerbach has been suspended for the first semester of
1928-29, and has been recorded E in Physics 35 because of dishonesty
in the final examination in that course.
W. R. Humphreys, Assistant Dean
Committee on Student Affairs:
There will be a meeting of the Committee on Student Affairs in
Room 2, University Hall, on Wednesday, October 10, at 4:15 P. M.
J. A. Bursley

raduate School:
Students who have nade changes in
he office of the Graduate School at once.
ave been dropped, newly elected courses,
r another.

their elections should notifyj
This involves courses which
or substitution of one course

Ruth A. Rouse, Recorder
Exhibition of French and American Lithographs-Architectural Build-
ing:
A choice collection of lithographs by leading French artists and
late George Bellows, American, is now hung in the cases of the ground
floor corridor, Architectural Building. These lithographs form part of
the collection of Mr. A. C. Goodyear. w The exhibition will continue
through October 20, and, excepting Sundays, is open daily until 6 o'clock,
The public is cordially invited.
Emil Lorch
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
Girls Going to Ohio State Game:
Girls wishing to attend the O. S. U. game at Columbus, Ohio, are,
asiced to file letters of permission from their parents in my office at
their earliest convenience.
Alice C. Lloyd
Mathematics 133:
The two sections of this course (Analytic Solid Geometry) will
henceforth meet as one class in Room 202 Mason Hail, Tuesday, and
Thursday, at 4 p. m.
Norman Anning
Rhetoric:
The department committee on recommendations for the teacher's
certificate in rhetoric will be on duty Tuesday and Thursday, October 1
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
Geology 31:
Recitation Section 4 (Wednesday at 11 o'clock) has been divided
into two groups to be met as separate sections. Students with sur-
names A thru J will meet in Room 3055 N. S., as scheduled; K-Z in
Room 3065 N. S.
E. B. Stevenson
Archery:
For the next week, until Oct. 20, Miss Rawlings will be at Palmer
Field on Monday, at 3, Tuesday at 4, Wednesday at 10 and 5, Thursday
at 4, and Friday at 10 and 11. Anyone interested in instruction in arch-
ery may come out at these times.
Jannet Michael
Notice:
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.
Jannet Michael
Students in Chemical Engineering:
There will be a meeting of all students of Chemical Engineering in
the A. I. Ch. E. rooms, on the third floor of the East Engineering
Building, at seven p. in., Thursday, October 11. All freshmen who seri-
ously intend to become chemical engineers are cordially invited to

for admission only the coupon No. 1 marked "Rosa Ponselle," etc.
On the nights of Choral Concerts parking will be prohibited on
North University Avenue in front of the Auditorium. Taxis and auto-
mobiles may unload and load at both the Thayer Street and Ingalls
Street side entrances. City busses will park on North University Avenue
east of the Auditorium, whileAinterurbanabuses will park on the old
street car tracks between the Auditorium and the Gymnasium.
Holders of stage seats will enter on the main floor, going up either
side aisle and passing through the doors at the foot of these aisles
and then on to the stage. Stage tickets will not be good, for obvious
reasons, after 8:00 o'colck.
Charles A. Sink
S'Varsity Band:
The regular rehearsal will be held from 7:00 to 8:00 tonight on ac-
count of the Hill Auditorium concert. Every man must attend unless
excused by Director Falcone.
Gilbert B. Saltonstall, Manager
Tryouts for 'Varsity Band:
Tryouts will be held this afternoon from 4:00 to 5:30 at the Band
Hall on State Street. Sections are not complete so all musicians inter-
ested are asked to tryout.
Gilbert B. Saltonstall,
Manager
Gargoyle Business Staff:
Important meeting for all tryouts and the upper staff, today
(Wednesday) Oct. 10, at 4:30 p. m. All tryouts should report at 3
o'clock for mailing out.
Carl U. Fauster, Business Mgr.
Women's Educational Club:
The first meeting of the Women's Educational Club will be held
on Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock in the Lounge of the Girls Field
House. All sophomores, juniors and seniors from all school and colleges
on the campus who are interested in teaching are urged to attend.
After the business meeting tea will be served.
Hellen R. Shambaugh, Faculty Sponsor
Gargoyle Staff:
There will be a meeting of the lower staff and tryouts this after-
noon at 4:30 o'clock.
Philip M. Crane, Editor
Holders of Gargoyle Subscription Cards:
In order to secure the October issue of the Gargoyle, the yellow
subscription cards should be presented on the day of campus sale
(Thursday) at the Gargoyle Campus Booth. This booth will be located
in University Hall, directly across from the Recorder's Office and will
be open from 8:00 a. m. till 5 p. m. This will be the only place besides
the Gargoyle Bupsiness Office in the Press building that subscription
cards will be redeemable.
Carl U. Fauster, Business Manager
Scabbard and Blade:
There will be a regular meeting Wednesday, Oct. 10, at 7:30 in the
Union.
C. E. Staff
Il 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.
Anton Napoli
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
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
Speedball Players:
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.
Intramural Department
Cercle Francais:
There will be a meeting of Le Cercle Francais Thursday evening,
October 11, at 7:30, fourth floor of the Romance Language Building.
All members are urged to be present.
Max Fruhauf, Jr., President

Forestry Club:
There will be a short meeting from 7:30 to 8:30, Wednesday evening,
October 10.
W. C. Branch, President
Colloquium in Applied Mechanics:
The first meeting of the semester will be held on Thursday, Oct.
11, at 7:30 p. m., in Room 248, West Engineering Building. Professor
S. P. Timoshenko will speak on the university and industrial laboratories
of the Continent and the research work which they are now doing in
Applied Mechanics. There will also be a discussion of the time of
meeting and the organization for the coming year. All interested are
cordially invited.
W. M. Coates
A. I. E. E.:
An open meeting will be held Thursday evening at 7:15, in the
Michigan Union. Dean Sadler and Dr. Bailey will speak. All Electrical
Engineers are invited to attend.
W. R. Hough, President of
Student Branch

Regular meeting of A. S. C. E. at 8:00 p. m., Wednesday, Oct. 10,
.1928.All members are requested to attend. New members will be
elected.
L. D. Kirshner

MACK AGENCY BEGINS
TUTORING ON CAMPUS
Courses Extended Help to Students
In Literature, In Engineering
And Architecture
TOM MACK '28 Is HEAD
At last the mystery of M. T. A.
has been solved in the revelation to-
day that the Mack Tutoring
Agency, a scholastic innovation on
the Michigan campus, is open for
business at 310 5. State Street, with
facilities for tutoring students in
all the subjects in the literary col-
lege, and a few in engineering and
architectural subjects.
The agency is headed by Tom
Mack, '28, the .man who is widely
known for his election to Phi Beta
Kappa in his junior year, and for
his record of all "A" in four years
of literary college work.
Mack in an interview yesterday
said, "Our agency has been estab-
lished primarily with the view of
aiding puzzled students to under-
stand their work by giving them in-
dividual attention, and discover-
ing their individual needs. We
also intend to help those students
who have a desire to know more
about the courses that they are
taking."
Subscribe to the Michigan Daily,
$4.00 the year. It's worth it!

A. S. C.E..

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
attend.
L. T. Norville
Sigma Delta Chi:
There will be an important meeting of Sigma Delta Chi in the
front office of the Press Building this afternoon at 3 o'clock.
J. Stewart Hooker

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Authorities Seek
Poison Rum Clues
Toll of Dead In New York's Eastside
Has Climbed to 32
In Three Days
(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Oct. 9.-City and
federal authorities joined today in
seeking the sources of the posion
liquor that in three days has tak-
en 32 lives.
Acting under orders from Police
Commissioner Warden, police raid-
ed 21 alleged speakeasies on the
lower eastside, where most ,of the
deaths occurred. Samples of the
seized liquor were sent to the cityI
toxicologist for analysis.
A specially qualified investigation
with a picked squad was sent out
by Maj. Maurice Campbell, federal
prohibition administrator for this
district to co-operate with the po-
lice.
CAMPUS MOVIE IS NOW
SHOWING IN PASADENA
The campus movie, '98 Comes
Back, is being shown in Pasadena,
California, next Monday evening,
Oct. 15, under the auspices of the
University of Michigan club of
Pasadena, one of the most active
alumni clubs in the country.
UNITED CAB*
Lowest rates in city
Phone 7047
Keep this Number near
Your Phpne

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R. C. Adams, Jr.

Choral Union Ushers:
All men who have been assigned and have not received their cards
for this season may secure same by reporting in person at Hill auditor-
ium tonight not later than 7:15.
All ushers must be at places of assignment by 7:30 tonight for
Rosa Ponselle concert.
W. A. Davenport
Choral Union Concert Goers:
To avoid confusion Choral Union concert goers are respectfully re-
quested to observe the following rules:
Concerts will begin at 8:15 o'clock sharp. The public is urged
to come sufficiently early in order that all may be comfortably seated
at this hour, as the doors will be closed during numbers.
Please detach from season teickts ofin7o
Please detach from season tickets before leaving ,home, and present

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Our Regular
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Our patrons are pleased with the num-
ber and variety of the popular dance
hits played by Buddy Golden and his
Eleven Wolverines.
Ask Buddy to play your favorite tune.

TWO BANDS
CONTINUOUS MUSIC
BUDDY GOLDEN AND HIS
ELEVEN WOLVERINES

These are very pleasant social gather-
ings, giving the students a chance for
a bit of recreation in the middle of the
week.

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