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PAGE EIGHT

THE

MICHIGAN

DAILY

...

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLE TIN
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.)

VoL 39

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1928

NO. 58

Action of the Administrative Board:
The Administrative Board of the College of Literature, Science, and
the Arts has taken the following action:
Robert R. Johnson has been given an E in Rhetoric 2 and put on
probation because of improper conduct in an examination in that course.
W. R. Humphreys,
Assistant Dean
University Library Thanksgiving Day Opening:
This year the Main Reading Room and the Periodical Room will
be open on Thanksgiving Day from 2 to 9 p. m. under the same conditions
obtain on Sundays.
William W. Bishop,
Librarian
Fraternity and Sorority Presidents:
Fraternities and sororities which have failed to file a list of their
members and pledges with the Office of the Dean of Students should
do so at once, using the printed form to be obtained from that office.
J. A. Bursley, Dean
All House Presidents:
Signing-out slips must be turned in at the League Office by Satur-
day, December 1st. The League Office is open every afternoon, and
until noon on Saturday. Slips may be left with Mrs. Woodworth in the
morning.
Elizabeth Wellman,
Chairman, Board Of Representatives
Women:
Programs for the Pan-Hellenic Ball will be given out to all those
presenting tickets at the table in University Hall on Friday from 12:30
to 1:30. No programs will be given out after that.
Mary Evans, Ticket Chairman

UNIVERSITY OF COIMBRA IN SPAIN Influenza Epidemic THESE FRESHMEN
EINHT G EUNA B ANKS FOLLOWS UNIQUEANCIENT CUSTOMSH Strikes Film Colony HAVE HAIR SHORN
Students of the University of ing or has a portion of his head y Freshman dignity as well as no
ARE INIUA E HCoimbra, i Spain, still keep up shaved. ) small degree of freshman cockb
maquaint ncustmslskeepo Should any fifth-year student HOLLYWOOD, Calif., Nov. 28.- ness has suffered a severe setback
oruinm wish to save the culprit from pun- Thirteen motion picture stars and at Butler University in Indiana
(By Associated Press) which are of very ancient origin- ishment, he places his portfolio on two directors were confined to polis. Twenty neophytes sudden-
MACON, Ga., Nov. 28.-The af- The hated "Goat," the great his head, thereby signifying that their beds today with attacks of ly discovered their heads shorn of
fairs of eight middle Georgia banks bronze bell that called the. poet he takes him under his protection, influenza. What was described as all hair, clipped to the bone, as it
were in the hands of the state Camoens to the lectures, still calls and from that moment on he is a "mild epidemic" struck the film were.
banking department behind closed the youth of Cominbra from their safe. colony Sunday, when Clara Bow A body of sophomores numbering
doors today ns a sequel to the beds, and now, as then, they dare When a student reaches the end and John Gilbert, screen actors, about 40 acted on a conclusion
closing of the Fourth National not disobey. of his first year, he notifies the were stricken. reached last week and listed all
bank of Macon Monday. The Ma- Their dress is a survival of a: general public of the fact by tying Others under physicians' care men who had been seen on the
con bank was their Federal Re- more picturesque age, the "capa a tin can or series of tin cans on include Lois Wilson, Monte Blue, campus minus their green pots.
serve agent. and batina," a circular black cape a string and dragging it after him Mr .and Mrs. Richard Barthelmess, Those on the list suffered a trick
In each case officers assured de- of many folds, and a long severely up and down the narrow cobbled Mary Philbin, Loretta Young, Sally of fate in all being found at their
positors of protection and an- cut tunic-like coat. It is only con- streets of the hill on which Coim- Phipps, Jean Arthur, Ruth Taylor, various rooms.
nounced that reorganization and sidered to be supremely elegant bra University stands. William Haines and Buster Keaton, The freshmen were unceremoni-
reopening would be effected as when it reaches extreme old age.-! actors, and F. W. Murnau and Ed- ously dragged out of their houses
soon as possible. Heavy withdraw- Students wear colored ribbons on OFFICERS GUARD ward Sedgwick, directors. without respect for color of hair,
als brought about' by a"financial their coats to show what profession GRIn the metropolitan district of greatness of stature, or beauty of
scare" over the condition of the the intend to follow. Future law- SORORIT Y GIRLS Los Angeles,502 new cases of in- complexion, but were all treated
Fourth National, were blamed in yers, for instance, wear red, "dents"| fluenza were reported Tuesday. tonsorially alike.
every instance. always carry beautiful red leather NORT IWESTERN. - Evanston
Meanwhile the directorate of the portfolios, from which hang broad motorcycle police patrol streets in
Fourth National was busy arrang- ribbons of the proper color painted the vicinity of sorority houses at
ing conferences looking toward re* ->r embroidered at the ends and Northwestern university between -
organization and capitalization a fringed. On finishing their studies 6:30 and 10 o'clock at night. A T h nY1, I, 1 TT1 .n " I 1 0

l

Zoology I:
The laboratories will not be open for make-up work on Saturday
morning, Dec. 1.
No make-up will be allowed on the exercise on Homology, which must
be completed according to schedule.
A. E. Woodhead

Russian Literature:
The make-up examination in Russian Literature
at 3 p. m. Friday, November 30, in room 35 A. H.
other opportunity to make up this examination.

121 will take place
There will be no
Lila Pargment

$750,00 instead of $500,000 as atj
present. Claude Gilbert of the in-
solvency division of the United
States treasury department, has
been designated as receiver by the
comptroller of the currency. Audi-
tors working under Ellis D. Robb,'
chief national bank examiner of
the Sixth Federal Reserve district,
continued their survey of the
bank's books.
The largest of the eight institu-
tions closing Tuesday was Citizens'
bank of Fort Valley, capitalized at
$100,000. The others had capital
listed between $15,000 and $25,000.
Macon and North Valley are among
the larger shipping centers in
Georgia's extensive peach-growing
section.
ITURKEY
DUCK
and
CHICKEN
THANKSGIVING
DINNER
Thursday
Noon
at
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The Shack
1204 S. University I

these ribbons are solemnly burnt in
bonfires.
From earliest times the fifth-
year Coimbra students have had
the right of keeping their first year
colleagues in order. At night
groups prowl the streets and as
soon as a first-year student is
caught he either receives a thrash-I

motorcycle and side-car are in
constant operation on the streets
which women students use.
'No student need fear to go to
the library or to go home," Chief-
of-Police Freeman said. "A scream
will bring a h police squad almost
immediately, for officers will be
constantly circling the block."

Intelligence Test
Instructor - "Life Insurance?"
The Class (as one man, -without hesitation)-
"John Hancock"
Instructor (beaming with joy)-
"Class dismissed. Your I. Q. is 130."
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Or BOSTON. MASSACMUSLTTS

Chemistry 5E:
I shall not be able to meet my class at 11 o'clock on Friday. The
afternoon laboratory class will meet as usual.Jg
J. IH. Hodges I
Students:
Mortar Board.is sponsoring a dance this afternoon from 4 to 7 at the
Women's Athletic Building. An admission of 25 cents covers checking
and refreshments, and there is a fee of 10 cents a' dance. Six pieces of
Granger's orchestra will furnish the music. All students welcome.
Hilda Mary Evans, President
University Girls' Glee Club:
AlI dues not paid by Saturday, December 1, are automatically in-
creased to $2.75. Dues may be mailed to me at 429 N. Adams Street,
Ypsilanti.
Beulah Hankinson, Treasurer
Christian Science Society:
Christian Science Society of the University of Michigan will not
meet tonight.
Ford Johnston, Secretary
Masonic Students:
There will be no meeting of the Craftsmen's Club this week. The
next regular meeting will be held Saturday, December 8, at 7:30 in the
large lodge room of the Masonic Temple.
R. W. Webster, President
Negro-Caucasian Club:
Meeting will be held Friday, November 30, at 8:30 p. m., in Lane
Hall. All persons interested are cordially invited.
John C. Wells
J-Hop Committeemen:
There will be a meeting of all J-Hop committeemen in room 304
of the Union Sunday, at 4 p. in.
Harry W. Wallace, Chairman
Beta Kappa Rho:
The next meeting of Beta Kappa Rho will be held at 500 Highland
Road (Ruth Phillips) Saturday evening, December 1, 8:15.
Louis J. Lingel, President
Portia Literary Society:
The question for the Athena-Portia debate will be-"Resolved: that
the federal government should est ablish a Department of Education.",
All members are expected to prepare a two minute tryout speech for
Tuesday night.

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