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October 27, 1928 - Image 8

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n in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
liversity. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi-
1 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)




No. 30.

acult y Members:
Academic salaries are paid in nine installments (the ninth being a
)uble Installment) on the last day of each month from October to
me inclusive. Suggestions have sometimes been made that payment
salaries in twelve installments would be advantageous. As has been
mInted out, it has always been possible for any individual on the
:ademic yearly payroll to deduct from the salary installments such
ims as, placed on deposit in a separate account, will accumulate by
me 30 annually to one-quarter of the annual salary and thus provide
e equivalent of monthly salary payments during the three months of
ily, August, and September. It is hereby announced that from now!
n arrangements may be made by which the business office will make
deduction from each month's current salary payment, such deduc-
>ns to be deposited by the Business Office in a separate and distinct
vings bank account under the control of the Faculty member con-
rned. -
Persons wishing to make this arrangement will please call on the
yroll clerk, Miss Edith Smith, in the Business Office at any time
cept during the final four days of any month. Preparation of the
yrolls during this four-day period prevents giving attention to other
Shirley W. Smith,
Secretary and Business Manager
o The Members Of The Faculties:
For the benefit of those departments of the University interested
any phase of the planning or construction of the units to house
Lldren of elementary or pre-school age, it is announced that the!
)ard of Regents through its Executive Committee has designated Dr.
arold D. Fish to act as Superintendent of Planning and Construction,
connection with the building program of the School of Education.
r. Fish will have a desk in Tappan Hall and will, I am sure, be glad
confer with anyone interested in any aspect of the situation.
C. C. Little
otice to All Deans and Heads of Departments:.
The Secretary's Office will have NO Student Directories for free
stribution this year. If your office needs a directory please make a
quisitlon through the Purchasing Department for the number you
ill require. The directory goes on public sale November 1.
H. G. Watkins, Assistant Secretary
1 Members of the Faculty:r
The University Club holds its second Club Night on November 6,
aen a receiving set will be installed to bring in election returns. The
ub cordially invites all members of the faculty to attend this program.
Program Committee
eshmen Women:
The fifth Hygiene Lecture will be Monday, October 29, at 4 p. m.
ease bring bluebooks.
Margaret Bell, M. D.
eshman Women:
Freshman girls are urged to attend the matinee performance of
orgy," October 30. Any freshman who cannot arrange to do so must
gister her plan for her attendance in the evening in the office of
lviser before 5 o'clock. See House Rules.
Grace Richards
itering Sophomores and Upperclass Women:
The fifth Hygiene Lecture will be Tuesday, October 30, at 4 p. m.
ease bring bluebooks.
Students who wish to attend the matinee (Porgy), October 30, may
me to the Hygiene Lecture on Monday, October 29.
Margaret Bell, M. D.
Alitical Science 31:
A make-up examination in this course will'be given October 27th
Room 2023 Angell Hall at 10 o'clock. All students who failed to
ke the examination October 24 must take this examination.
James K. Pollock, Jr.
-phery: r
The IntramnuralArchery Tournament will be held Saturday, Novem-
r 17, a -9:30 a. m. A card index for scores has been placed at the
sk in the Field House. All practices previous to this week should be
ecked, as well as scores made from now on.
Jannet Michael
onday Evening Drama Section-Faculty Women's Club:
There will be a meeting Monday evening, October 29, at 7:30 p. m. at
6 South Ingalls Street.
Mrs. H. C. Eckstein
ny Student:
Any student who has or has had a Speech Defect such as stammer-
g or stuttering and who is interested in this problem should call at
om 212 Pharmachology Bldg., (2nd floor rear)-MONDAY afternoon
tween 1 and 5 o'clock.
P. D. Swann
embers of Scalp and Blade:
Meeting at the Union, Sunday, October 28, 1928, at 3:00 p. m.
Clifford Keene, Secretary
a Sigma Phi:
The first regular business meeting of Eta Sigma Phi will be on
onday evening, October 29, at 8 o'clock in room 2013 Angell Hall.
Una E. Van Riper, Secretary

President Of Yale
To Support Hoover
Angell, In Open Letter, Endorses
Republican Candidate
For President
University faculties throughout
the country seem to be splitting
evenly on the presidential election.
Former President Frank Hadley of
Yale came out strongly for Smith
two weeks ago, commending the
Democratic candidate's outspoken
stand on the liquor question, and
just recently President James Row-
land Angell of the same institution
endorsed Hoover in an open letter.
"I know of no man at present in
public life who has displayed such
extraordinary vision in dealing
with many stupendous and wholly
novel problems crucially affecting
human welfare. He has enjoyed
for many years a type of training
which seems to me to fit him be-
yond any man of his generation for
the high responsibilities of the
presidency," stated President An-
gell in his letter.
The Yale president also believes
that Hoover will have, if elected,
"an administration characterized
by the severest standards of official

Transformer Connections Will Be
Changed; To Open New
According to an announcement
made by Herbert Silvester, local
manager for the Detroit Edison
company, changing connections on
transformers supplying Ann Arbor
customers will necessitate curtail-
ment of electrical seervices of the
city Sunday, Oct. 28.
"We are building a new substa-
tion at the Argo plant on Broad-
way for the purpose of connecting
the transmissions with the Detroit
river power houses. We found that
the load in Ann Arbor has been so
great that it necessitated increas-
ing the load on transmission feed-
ers. In connecting the new substa-
tion we have found it advisable to
increase the distribution voltage
from 2,300 to 4,800," Mr. Silvester
To make possible this improve-
ment, Sunday service will be in-
terrupted as follows as far as the
University campus is concerned:
From 7 to 10 o'clock in the morn-
ing, Beakes to Detroit street; Wash-
ington street from First street to
Fourth avenue; Glen avenue, Ful-
ler street to Huron street; Twelfth
street to Forest avenue; Observa-
tory street, Washington heights to
Geddes avenue; Observatory street
to Devonshire road, and South Uni-
versity avenue, Church street to
Oxford road.
NEW ORK-Rene Devos has been
selected to oppose Ace Hudkins in
a bout here December 10.


as the opening bill





Thomas A. Edison, inventor of the incandescent lamp and the
phonograph, was given a medal voted by congress in commemoration
of his achievements in "illuminating the path of progress."



Will Rogers, America's famous than any of his graver betters.
homespun sage, always found in After he had finished bludg oning
the Democrats and Republicans
company with a lasso and wad of last evening, after he had suggested
chewing gum, waxes bright in his I that, 'according to an old Spanish
colloquial oratory in these stirring: custom,' farm relief consists of re-
days of the presidential campaign. lieving the farmers of all that they
Mr. Rogers can always be depended possess-only a brave man would
on to nlive any olhavel dared dispute the arm-chair
on to enliven any political battle Iwisdom of this colloquial oratory.
with his great line of chatter and It is a dangerous thing to have so
never can it be said that he dis- blunt a humorist in town."
appoints his public. On the opening night of the play,
Were it at Mr. Rogers could when Col. Charles Lindbergh, of
only make an Ann Arbor appear- aviation fame, was one of the
ance at the present time, his caus-
tic comments - on student poli- -
ticians, etc. would undoubtedly be
worth walking many miles to hear. IF YOU ORDER
However, he is causing theaterIF Y U OER
audiences in New York to double upWHAT
in gales of laughter in "Three I WHAT Y
Cheers" a new musical comedy in
which he is starred with Dorothy
Note what one of New York's
most distinguished dramatic critics
has to say about him-"Whereupon Special atte
Will Rogers, our beloved cracker- Die S
barrel jester and lineal descendant
of Artemus Ward, blurted out one
of the funniest rigmaroles of
satiric nonsense about the current
election that has ever been heard.
Although he makes no pretense to-
wards profundity, Will always man-
ages to hit the bull's-eye of homely ' State Street
American candor with neater slats

many celebrities in attendance,
Rogers took a straw vote by hand
raising and adjudged Al Smith the
winner by a "crooked thumb in the
second balcony." Then again, Will,
who is also running for the presi-
dency on a "Bunkless" party ticket,
commented, "Hoover opens here in
New York next Monday night., It's
pretty tough for us, getting six six-
ty a seat, when the other candi-
dates are showing all over the
country for nothing. Their leaders
even conscript people to make 'em
go in and listen to them."






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