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DAILY OFFrICIAL 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.)
Volume 9. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. Number 2.
To Users of the Daily Official Bulletin:
The attention of users of the Daily Official Bulletin is respectfully
called to the following:
(1) Notices submitted for publication must be typewritten.
(2) All notices must be signed.
(3) Ordinarily notices are published but once. Repetition is at the
(4) Notices must be handed to the Editor before 3:30 p.m. (11:30
F. E. Robbins.
Action of the Administrative Board:
The Administrative Board of the College of Literature, Science,
and the Arts took action June 26, 1928, in the following cases:
W. Berwyn Bush has been suspended for the first semester of 1928-
29, and has been recorded E in German 2 because of dishonesty in the
final examination in that course.
Carl Gustafson has been suspended for the first semester of 1928-
29, and has been recorded E in Rhetoric 2 because of dishonesty in
the written work in that course.
William Gnodtke has been suspended for .the first semester of
1928-29, and has been recorded E in German 2 because of dishonesty
in the final examination in that course.
Morris Friedman has been suspended indefinitely, and has been
recorded E in Fine Arts 101 because of dishonesty in the final examina-
tion in that course.
George King has been recorded E in Sociology 51 because of im-
proper conduct in the final examination in that course.
W. R. Humphreys, Assistant Dean.
There will be a University Lecture on "Birds and Mammals of
Mount McKinley Nation-al Park," illustrated with lantern slides, by
Joseph Dixon of the Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, University of Cali-
fornia, in the Natural Science Auditorium, at 4:15 P. M., Tuesday, Oc-
tober 2. The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins.
To Members of the Faculty:
Kindly fill out cards for the Michigani Daily at the Office of the
Secretary, Room 3, University Hall, rather thanat the Michigan Daily
Herbert G. Watkins, Assistant Secretary.
Members of the Faculty:
Parking permits may be obtained without delay by applying at the
Office of the Secretary.
Herbert G. Watkins, Assistant Secretary.
To the Deans and Registration Officials:
Will you please have prepared and file at the earliest possible
moment with the Secretary the following reports on non-quota stu-
1. Report on new non-quota students enrolling.
2. Report on non-quota students previously enrolled, and reen-
rolled for the academic year 1928-1929.
3. Report on non-quota students withdrawing from your school
or college, and their expected destination.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary.
Fraternities are reminded that replies to the letter sent out by
the office of the Dean of Students under date of June 8, relative to
Saturday night dances following the football games, should be sent
in at once. The answers were originally due on or before September
25, but on account of the late opening of college, replies will be received
through October 2. No permission for any dance can be granted to a
fraternity until it has sent in its reply.
J. A. Bursley.
Office of Dean of Administration:
This office has been moved to Room 205 University Hall, Telephone
376 and will be open daily except Saturdays from 8-12 and 1:30-5 and
on Saturdays from 8-12:30. For the present the dean will be in his
office from 9-11 each day.
Esther Mahaffy, Secretary.
To All Heads of Departments:
In order that the Directory may be published promptly, all faculty
directory cards and check lists must be in the Editorial Office, 103
Mason Hall, not later than Thursday, September 27.
Ira M. Smith, Registrar.
Freshmen in all classes of the University are urged to furnish their
orders for mail, with street addresses, to the Postoffice. Address cards
should be filled out at the Arcade Postoffice Station. Mail from home
addressed "University of Michigan" cannot be delivered and should be
called for at the General Delivery window, MAIN OFFICE. Upper class-
men who have taken up new quarters since last year, should also fill
out the pink cards at the Arcade Station as soon as possible.
A. C. Pack, Postmaster.
University Health Service:
The University supplies practically all necessary medical attention
to regularly enrolled students whose tuition includes health service
fee. This is supplied only under the auspices of the University Health
Service, located east of the gymnasium. Students in the University
High School, the School of Music, and some graduate students are not;
Office Hours. The offices are open during regular class hours and,
from 11 to 12 on Sundays and holidays.-t
Infirmary. 'The building is open at all times to admit students in
need of bed care. Such students are urged to come to the infirmary;
rather than remain in their rooms.
Room Calls. When a health service physician is desired for at-
tention to a student in the city day or night, the Health Service should
be called through the campus telephone exchange.
Financial Responsibility. The health service will not be financially
responsible for medical. attention given at the University Hospital or
elsewhere, unless previous authorization is given. Such expense will
not be authorized if the attention can be supplied by the health servicec
Warren E. Forsythe, Directing Physician.
Faculty, School of Education:
The first regular faculty meeting of tihe year will be held at 4:05
o'clock, Monday, October 1, in Room 109 Tappan Hali.
C. 0. Davis, Secretary.
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Changes of Elections:
No change of elections may be made except by special permission
secured on the blank provided for this purpose by the Recorder's office,
Room 4, University Hall. This blank must be properly filled out, accord-
ing to instructions, and filed in this office not later than Saturday,
September 29, before a change of elections is official. Membership in a
class does not cease until this blank has been filed and notice sent to
the instructor from this office.
Changes of sections only may be made with permission of instruc-
tors and do not necessitate ani official blank.
Florence Mohr, Recorder.
Changes of Elections-School of Education:
Unavoidable changes of elections may be made on Thursday and
Friday, September 27 and 28, in the office of the Recorder of the School
of Education, Room 105, Tappan Hall.
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Juniors--School of education1
Juniors, in the School of Education are asked to make a special
effort to attend the class meeting to be held this afternoon (Wednes-
day, June 26,) in the auditorium of the University High School. The
class organization, election of group leaders, and other important mat-
ters are to be acted upon.
S. A. Courtis, Faculty Advisor.
This class will meet beginning Thursday, September 27, in Roomi
348 West Engineering Bldg.
F. W. Pawlowski.i
This class will meet, Tues., Thurs., Sat. at 9, in room 18, Angell
Hall. Open to upperclassmen. Three hours credit.
Carl E. Guthe.
Students planning to take this course will meet on Thursday, Sep-
tember 27, in room 348 East Engineering Building, at 7:15 p.m.
F. W. Pawlowski.
Juniors & Seniors:
The attention of Juniors and Seniors of all colleges of the Uni-
versity is called to this announcement: They are eligible to take the
course in Naval Aviation, qualifying them eventually for flying train-
ing with the Navy and for the commission of Ensign, Naval Reserve.
Due to new Navy regulations, Freshmen and Sophomores are no
longer eligible for this course.
Mechanical Engineering 40:
All students enrolled in this course please meet
day afternoon at 4:30 o'clock.
F. W. Pawlowski.
in my office Wednes-
279. New Quantum Mechanics:
Two hour course by Prof. Goud smit. Introduction to the new
quantum mechanics, starting with a discussion of the correspondence
principle. Those interested will meet Wednesday, September 26, at
twelve o'clock, in room 1035, to arrange hours.
H. M. Randall.
There will be an assembly of all pharmacy students on Thursday,
at 4:15 p. m. in Room 151, Chemistry Building. All pharmacy students
are required to attend this meeting, as it will take precedence over
any other classes.
C. C. Glover, Secretary.
The class in the Development of Rhetorical Theory will meet at
7:00 o'clock, Thursday evening, Library, Room 407, instead of on Sat-
urday morning as originally announced.
C. D. Thorpe.
Freshman Rhetoric Examination:
All freshmen who failed to write the Rhetoric examination during
Freshman Week should take the make-up examination Wednesday,
September 26, from 4 to 6 in Room 25, A.H.,
E. A. Walter.
Studies in the English Languages in America will meet today at
3:30 in Room 3228 A.H.
R. W. Cowden.
Students desiring to elect Sanscrit should meet in Room 2022 Angell
Hall at 9 on Wednesday.
. . C. L. Meader.
There will be no meeting of the class today. Next meeting will be
Friday at the usual hour.
J. N. Lincoln.
All students taking R.O.T.C. courses should present themselves at
R.O.T.C. Headquarters on Thursday, September 27, between 1 and 4,
or on Friday, September 28, between 9 and 4, to be measured for
First Club Night Friday, Oct. 5, 8 ?00 p.m. Members should bring
new faculty members as guests.
Registration of all students from Other Lands:
All students who come from other countries than the United States
and who have not filled out the "registration cards for foreign students"
are kindly requested to do so at the office of Professor J. A. C. Hildner,
Faculty Advisor to Foreign Students. Office hours 4-5 P.M., Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday of this week at Room -302, University
j22 NA ME D E DITORS
Editors of the Michigan iLaw Re-
view, selected from tL senior class
of the Law Schoot. are being an-
nounced today by Eu rk S har'tel,
faculty advisor. The law Ladents
forming this board are picked be-
cause of their oubslanding schojas-
tid record during their two preced-
ing years in the school. This honor
is one of the highest than can come
to the seniors.
Members of the board are: R. H.
Callahan, L. W. Bartlett, G. B.
Christensen, G. Dcmmink, M. De-
koven, G. W. Gale, W. K. Greimer,
S. W. Hill, J. I. Johnson, C. A. Mer-
tens, R. D. Langlois, E. M. Morsi-
man, H. Neitzert, S. Rapaport. S.
S. Rosenbaum, R. F. Schwarz, R. J.
Smith, J. A. Sprowl, J. B. Wheeler,
H. S. Wingate, D. H. Worchester, F.
TAKEN BY HHEVES
The Zeta Beta Tau house at 2006
Washtenaw and the Kappa Sigma
house at 2107 Washtenaw were en-
tered Monday morning by thieves,
and watches and money were tak-
en. The robberies took place be-
tween 3 and 6 o'clock in the mor-
ning. The burglars evidently en-
tered through the front door, and
left no clues as to their identity.
About four more weeks will be
required to complete the new Belt
Line that will provide railroad
transportation direct to the stadi-
um this season, it was estimated
by the contractor yesterday. This
means that it will not be in oper-
ation for the first two or three
games, but will be finished in time
to accommodate the heavier traf-
fic incident to later games.
50,000 cubic yards of earth for
fills will. be removed from property
owned by the University Athletic
association, most of it from Ferry
Field which will be cut down to
the level of the adjacent Ann Ar-
bor railroad tracks.
Charles B. Gordy.j
Economics 123: The Labor Movement:
Organization meeting Wednesday at 5 p.m. in Room 205 Economics
Economics 133-Railroads: -
The first meeting of the class will be held on Wednesday, Septem-
ber 26, at 11 o'clock in Room 101 Economics Building.
I. L. Sharfman.
Economics 235-Seminary in Public Control of Industry:
The first meeting of those contemplating enrollment in this Semi-
nary will be held on Thursday, September 27, at four o'clock in Room
105 Economics Building.
I. L. Sharfman.
Section 2 at 9; Section 3 at 10. Students enrolled in these sections
who haven't seen me please report to room 402 R.L. between 9 and 11
Wednesday, Sept. 26.
German for Reading Requirements for Candidates for the Ph.D. Degree:
An elementary course in German (German 1), and a more advanced
course in Modern German Prose (German 51), will be organized for
graduate students who wish to qualify for the reading requirements in
German. Graduate students wishing to take either of these courses
will meet on Friday, September 28, in Room 203, University Hall, at
C. E. 58:
All students wishing to enroll in C. E. 58, Inland Waterways, should
see me this week.
John S. Worley.
Members of the English Pro-Seminar in the Middle Ages who have
withdrawn books from the library in preparation of the preliminary
paper are requested to return them so that they may be reserved for
the use of all members in Graduate Reading Room No. 2.
J. R. Reinhard.
Mathematics Z (Solid Geometry):
Meeting to arrange hours will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 26, at
5 p. m., in Room 311 West Engineering Bldg.. Anyone unable to attend
at that time, please see Mr. Fisk on Wednesday, Sept. 26 in Room 20
A East Hall, at 10 a. m.
J. J. Corliss.
N. C. Fisk.
Mathematics 195-Introduction to the Foundations of Mathematics:
As there seem to be several students who wish to take this course
but are unable to on account of the present hour of meeting, it is
suggested that these students come to Room 3001 A. H. at 11 o'clock
Wednesday to see if an hour suitable for all can be arranged.
R. L. Wilder.
Meetings to arrange hours will be held as follows.
105. Differential Equations. Prof. Love. Thursday, Sept. 27, at 12
noon, in Room 21 East Hall.
107. Advanced Calculus. Asst. Prof. Denton. Wednesday, Sept. 26,
at 10 a. m., in Room 340 West Engineering Bldg.
143. Elements of Mechanics. And 145. Celestial Mechanics. Prof.
Hopkins. Wednesday, Sept. 26, at 12 noon, in Room 340 West Engi-
203. Theory of Functions of a Real Variable. Prof. Hildebrandt.
Wednesday, Sept. 26, at 12 noon, in Room 319 West Engineering Bldg.
210. Harmonic Analysis. Asst. Prof. Rouse. Wednesday, Sept. 26,
at 5 p. m., in Room 21 East Hall.
211. Selected Topics in Analysis. And 215. General Theory and
Applications of Tchebycheff Polynomials. Asst. Prof. Shohat. Thurs-
day, Sept. 27, at 5 p. m., in Room 319 West Engineering Bldg.
233. Theory of the Potential. Prof. Field. Wednesday, Sept. 26,
at 4:30 p. m., in Room 317 West Engineering Bldg.
235. Elements of Elasticity and Hydrodynamics. Prof. Poor.
Wednesday, Sept. 26, at 4 p. m., in Room 20 East Hall.
W. W. Denton.
for the FRIENDS
far away, for the
folks back home-_
Our portraits have that "feeling and
texture" which expresses your own
Varsity Band Rehearsal:
Michigan Union: Regular rehearsal tonight at 7:30
Any one interested in Union work, especially men of the present o'clock at Morris hall. Every man
sophomore class, are asked to meet at the student offices in the Union who has already trim. out, and also
at 7:30 p. m. Thursday night. those who wish to do so, should be
Kenneth C. Schafer, Recording Secretary. present at this time.
Scabbard and Blade: , Gilbert B. Saltonstall, Manager.
The first meeting of the year will be held Wednesday, Sept. 26, at . o.
7:30 in the Union.Uversity of Michigan band Major
C. E. Staff. Candidates:
Try-outs are to be held at 4:15
O c .p. m. at the Yost Field House.
Oratorical Association Ushers:GrdnPk
Applications for these positions may be made at the office of the Gordon Packer.
Association in 3211 Angell Hall. Notification of acceptance will be Student Council:
made through the Daily Bulletin one week preceding the first of the The Student Council will meet at
series. 7:30 o'clock tonight.
R. M. Sanderson, Oratorical Board. Paul J. Kern
Tonight and Every
Wednesday, Friday and Saturday
Buddy Golden and His Eleven Wolverines
Returning from a successful summer season at Venice Beach, Detroit,
this Band thrilled capacity crowds at our opening nights.
Primed with novelty numbers and a host of new arrangements, they
are ready to go.
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