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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.)

Men Physical Education Students:
Mr. Maurice Willows, field representative for the National Recrea-
tion School, will be in Room 6, Waterman Gym, Nov. 8, 9, and 10.
He is particularly desirous to see Seniors who are interested in the
community recreation field, or the National Recreation School.
E. D. Mitchell, Director of Intramural
Business Administration:
There will be a demons rationo bofkk P ,m hin

Gargoyle Business Staff And Tryouts:
The November issue of the Gargoyle will be sold Thursday, Novem-
ber 8. Important business staff meeting Wednesday, November 7, at
4 p. m. Tryouts should report at 3 p. m. for mailing out.
Carl U. Fauster, Business Manager

Scabbard and Blade:


Vol. 39


No. 39.

There will be a regular meeting Wednesday, November 7, at 7:30
in the. Union.


Rules Of The Regents Of The University Of Michigan Relative To The 205 Tappan Halat 9:00 and 10:00 o'clock Thursday morning, Novem-
Communication Of Matters For The Board's Attention, And Relative ber 8.
To The Order Of Business. 11. F. Taggart Chi Omega Priz
1. The Secretary of the Board of Regents shall cause notice of each, The Chi Ome
meeting of the Regents to be posted in the proper bulletin board of I C. E. 30: in th field of so
each Department, within three days after the time of the meeting To avoid conflict with C. E. 3 Inspection trip, there will be no te fte besi
shall have been determined and on the same day that notice of a meeting of the 9 o'clock section of C. E. 30 today. 2r2ter the bes
meeting is posted, as herein provided, he shall cause a copy of such A. J. Decker 1928-29.
notice to be mailed to the Dean of each Department.-
* 2. Every communication to the Board of Regents that calls for Hygiene 202, Preventive Medicine:
action, must, in order to secure attention, be filed with the President All students enrolled in this class are expected to attend the lecture Michiganensian:
of the University AT LEAST EIGHT DAYS BEFORE THE MEETING given by Dr. Frank G. Boudreau, Assistant Medical Director of the There will be
OF THE BOARD at which it is desired that the communication should Health Committee, League of Nations on Friday, November 9, at 4:15 afternoon at 4 o'
be considered. Every such communication must be upon blanks to be p. m., West Medical Amphitheater, West Medical Building. This lecture
furnished by the business office and must go to the President through is assigned as the next regular class period.
the Dean of the Department in which the communication originates. John Sundwall Forestry Club:

C. E. Staff

c In Sociology:
ega Prize in Sociology, consisting of $25 offered annually
ciology or economics, will this year be awarded to the
t paper submitted in Sociology 51, for the first semester
Chi Omega Sorority


e a meeting of the entire business staff on Wednesday
J. Franklin Miller

When a communication is not made by the Dean directly, that official
should send the communication, through the President, to the Board,
with his written approval or with a -written statement of his views
in regard to the question or questions raised. Fourteen copies of each
communication must be filed with the President. At least seven days
before each meeting of the Board, the President shall mail to each
member copies of all communications that have been filed with him
in accordance with the provisions of this legislation and place the
originals in the hands of the Secretary of the Board. By a majority
vote of those present at any meeting, the Board may, BUT ONLY IN
GENCY, waive the provisions of this legislation as to the time of
filing communications.
3. Excepting as otherwise ordered by vote of the Board in cases
of special emergency, communications shall be considered in the order
in which they are filed with the President. It shall be the duty of the
President to send to each member of the Board, with the copies of
the communications filed with him, a statement of the order of their
consideration as fixed by this rule.
4. Before final action upon matters originating within the Board
or upon communications calling for action that will affect other Depart-
ments than the one in which the communications originate, reference
thereof for consideration and i'ecommendation to the Board shall be
made to1 the President and to the Deans of said other Departments.
5. It shall be'the duty of the Secretary to send each year to all
officers of administration and instruction printed copies of this legis-
S. W. Smith, Secretary
A Counsellor Of Premedical Students:
Of late years it has become increasingly clear that, of the various
groups which, in the colleges, are preparing themselves to enter one
of the professional schools, the premedical students face the most prob-
lems and have more difficult choices to make. Because of the highlyl
personal character of modern medical education and its consequentlyI
high cost the Medical Schools of this country are now unable to accept
and register all of the applicants who have fulfilled therequirements.
Admission to a medical school has therefore become a semi-competitive
matter. Thus each premedical student needs to spend his time to the
best advantage and be as sure as possible that medicine is for him
the best field.
In view of these facts and because it may throw light on some
of the problems of the University College when it begins to function
next year, we have been given permission by the Regents to appoint
a Counsellor of Premedical Students. The work of this Counsellor
will be to meet with each premedical student, discuss individual prob-
lems, and- try to assist in their solution. He will be in close contact
with. faculties concerned, will be familiar with the requirements of
the various Medical Schools and can, we believe, be of great assistance
to students in this group. At the request of Dean Cabot, Mr. Harvey
Emery has been appointed to this position.
C. C. Little

Third Choral Union Concert:
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Victor Kolar conducting, Vladimir
Horowitz piano soloist, will give the following program in the third
Choral Union concert, Monday evening, November 12, at 8:15 o'clock
. Wolf-Ferrari: Overture, "The Secret of Suzanne;" Tschaikovsky:
Fourth Symphony; Rachmaninoff: Third Concerto, Mr. Horowitz.
The public is respectfully requested to come sufficiently early int
order that all may be seated at the hour of beginning, as the doors will
be closed during numbers. Holders of season tickets are also respect-
fully requested to detach from their season tickets, before leaving home,
and present for admission only coupon No. 3, marked "Horowitz."
Charles A. Sink

There will be a meeting of the Forestry Club Wednesday, November
7, at 7:30 p. m. in Room 2039 N. S. Professor Matthews will talk on
"Plantations in the Tropics." Every member is urged to be present.
W. C. Branch, President
University of Michigan 'Varsity Band:
Rehearsal tonight at 7:15 o'clock at Morris Hall. Every man must
be present.
R. A. Campbell

Thomas M. Cooley
Chas. C. Corzatt
Henry E. Crouse
Arthur F. Davis
August Dooval
D. Durney
Elward Ian Dornack
Millard Deutsch and Sam Gold-
Donald W.dEasten
Wilfred Eldred
Clifford Evers
Merle Ellsworth
Eugene B. Etchells
G. H. Fancher
Hal Farrar
Miss Lai Wing Feng
Augustus Wm. Roscue, Jr.
Alfred Foster
Ruth "B" Friedman ?
L. W. Fung
Laura Gahn
John W. Garvey
Wm. Gitman
Howard Gould
Sasa E. Gregory
Elisa S. Gurdjian
Ralph Hardy
Harold Hill
Kai Ho
Haworth Hoch
William Howe
Beryl Kerns
Geo E. Keys
Raymond Kim
Dr. Richard Kixnpton
Johnny Knight
Karl Litzenberg
Edwin Longpre
Gladys Lowenberg
George Mercer
Hazel Lee Miller
Patty Miller
E. M. Moresman
W. J. Nungester
Janet O'Neill
R. Vincent Ottley
Rosemarie Pink
C. F. Remer,
D.- E. Sacheroff
Joseph S.Schernack
Erman O. Scott
Robert Slater
M. F. Smith
M. F. Smith
Vaughn Smith
George M. Stanley
Chester F. Stapleton
Norman E. VanBrocklin
Frank J. L. Van Natta
Neil Elliott Waldo
Eleanor Wallingford
Ray Weaver
Louisa Wilson
Fu Ying
Miss Loh Tuh Yung

Psychology 31:
A make-up examination for all of my sections will be held
Thursday, November 8, at 3 o'clock in Room 1121 N. S.
B. D. Thuma


Point System Committee:
There will be a meeting of the Point System Committee in Barbour
Gymnasium on Wednesday, at 4:00 p. m.
Mary Alice Moore, Chairman
Transportation Club:
There will be a meeting Wednesday night at 7:30 p. m., Room 1213
East Engineering Building.
Clark Harris
Colloquium In Applied Mechanics:
The next meeting will be held on Thursday, Nov. 8, at 7:30 p. m.,
in Room 248, West Engineering Building. Prof. L. H. Donnell will speak
on the stress distribution in rotating discs of ductile material after
the yield point is reached. All who are interested are cordially invited
to attend.
W. M. Coates

Faculty Alumni Dances:
The Faculty Women's Club is jo salas 1 3osuods ol uiuuvld
four dances for faculty and alumni, to be given at the Union on Nov. 7,
Jan. 15, Feb. 14, and March 18. Mrs. Carl Coe is in charge of tickets
which will be $4 for the series or $1.50 single admission. Those expect-.
ing to buy series tickets are asked to notify Mrs. Coe before Nov. 7!
in order that the proper guarantees may be made..
Mrs. W. L. Badger
Sigma Gamma Epsilon:
There will be a luncheon at the Union at 12:15 Thursday. All
members are urged to be present.
C. H. Riggs, Secretary
Mail addressed ot the following persons is on hand undeliverable
at the General Delivery Window, Main Post Office, and may be claimed
if called for on or before November 12.

John Abbett
Rev. A Aitken
J. Russell Bailey
Esther Barnes
Glenn Barney
Manree Barrett
Albert Beals

Chester Bielby
Claudius J. Brown
Burl Brubaker
Robert Carson
Richard Clarkson
William Cochran
Paul Cooke

Committee On Student Affairs:
There will be a meeting of the Committee on Student Affairs
Thursday, November 8, at 3:00 p. m., in Room 2, University Hall.
J. A. Bursley, Chairman


Faculty, Colleges Of Engineering And Architecture:
There will be a meeting of the Faculty of these Colleges on Thurs-
day, November 8, at 4:15 p, m., in Room 348, West Engineering Build-
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary
Faculty, College Of Literature, Science, And The Arts:
The Faculty meetings for the year have been tentatively scheduled
as follows:t
December 3, January 14, February 11, March 4, April 1, May 6,
June 3.
John R. Effinger
Examinations For The Phillips Scholarships:
Examinations fo the Phillips Scholarships will be held as follows:
Latin, on Friday, November 9, in Room 2013 Angell Hall, 3 p. m.
Greek, on Saturday, November 10, in Room 1019 Angell Hall, 9 a. m.
A. R. Crittenden
Campbell Bonner
University Women:
Girls going to the Navy game are requested to file letters of
permission from their parents in the Office of Advisers before Thurs-
day noon.
Alice C. Lloyd
Graduate Students and Staff-Department of Romance Languages:
You are cordially invited to be present at the regular meeting of
the Romance Club in Circle Room, 408 R. L., Wednesday, November 7,
at 4:10 p. m. H. Hootkins and J. del Toro will present brief reports.
A. G. Canfield will read the main paper "Some Recent Balzaciana."
Warner F. Patterson
Chemical Engineers:
The A. L Ch. E. will meet at 7:15 p. m., Thursday, November 6,
in the society rooms on the third floor of the East Engineering Build-
ing. Professor H. H. Bartlett will speak on his experiences with the
natives of Sumatra.
R. C. Adams, Jr.


Children's Orchestra Concert:
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Victor Kolar conducting, Edith I
Rhetts lecturing, will give a concert specially for school children in
Hill Auditorium Monday afternoon, November 12, at 2:45 p. m. sharp.
The school children, chaperoned by their teachers, will be admitted e
free. A. limited number of adults desiring to attend the concert may
procure tickets at the University School of Music at; 50 cents each.
The program will be as follows: Wagner: Overture to the opera
"The Flying Dutchman;" Schubert: First movement (allegro moderato)
from the Unfinished Symphony; Schubert: Moment Musical, Liadov:
Music Box, Rimsky-Korsakov: Flight of the Bumble Bee from "Tsar j
Saltan;" Strauss: Waltz, "Tales of the Vienna Woods." AS
Charles A. Sink
Geological Journal Club:
There will be a meeting in Room 4065 N. S. at 8:00 p. m. on Thurs-
day, November 8. Prof. Scott, Miss Stevenson, and Miss Wilson will
present papers on the dunes of Michigan.
E. N. Goddard,Secretary
Women's Educational Club:
There will be a meeting of the Women's Educational Club on Wed-
nesday, November 7, at 4:00 o'clock at the Women's Field House. All
girls interested in teaching are urged to attend. Tea will be served.
Hellen R. Shambaugh
Faculty Sponsor
Oratorical Board:
The regular bi-weekly meeting will be held Thursday afternoon{
at 4:15 in Room 3209 Angell Hall. All members are requested to be
present as important business will be transacted.
Robert J. Gessner, President
Faculty Women's Club:
The regular board meeting of the Faculty Women's Club will be
held at the Marbuck Tea Room on Thursday, Nov. 8, at 10 o'clock.
Mrs. W. L. Badger
Industrial Engineering Society: 8
Professor Ford of the Psychology Department will speak to the I. E.
S. Thursday, November 8, at 7:30 p. m., in the Engineering Society
Room. His 'subject will be "Measuring the Human Factor in Industry."
All men interested are invited to attend.
W. R.Wright, President
Cercle Francais:
There will be a meeting of the Cercle Francais Thursday evening
at 7:30 o'clock, in room 408 Romance Language Building. M. Gaigret
will speak, and a play will be; read.
Max Fruhauf, Jr., President
Cosmopolitan Club:
The regular business meeting will be held on Saturday, November
10, from 7 to 8 o'clock, immediately preceding the Initiation Meeting.
The constitution as revised by the Committee on the Revision of the
Constitution will be the main business of the meeting. All members
are urgently requested to be present. A copy of the constitution as re-
vised will be found in the Cosmopolitan Room in Lane Hall. Will the
members please consult this some time during the week.
Helen L. Clarke, Secretary



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