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PAC'zT, LIGHT

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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DAILY OFFI1CIAL__BULLETI'N
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.)

Oriental Women:

Kitchenette and other privileges of Lane Hall will be available for
Oriental Women who wish to use them during the Chri tnas Ioh-
days.

Botanical rSeminar meets Wednesday, December 19, at 4:30, Roomn
i li9 N Bldg. Pasiper by Elliot Weer--"The meiotic propases ofi
Sot1hera liairjEana compared with those of Oenothera Hlooket r
B. i. ANUDavN

Ieatrive W. Jihns
Student Council:
The Student Council will meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock.
Paul J. Ke

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Aeronaiiuti Society:
The Society pins will be available for sale in room 304 E. Engineer-
ern ing Bldg., beginning Wednesday evening. The price is $1.50. Member- D Than For Corresponding
ship cards must be presented.TP

Vol. 39

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1928

No. 74.

Influenza Situation:

The Influenza Situation, to date, Tuesday, December 18, is favora-
ble. Fewer new cases were reportd today than yesterday. The Health
Service has made a survey of 153 student groups including fraternities,
sororities, dormitories, and league houses relative to the prevalence of
influenza. Furthermore, it has carefully "weighed" its work at the
Dispensary and Hospital. While it is difficult to determine the exact
number of cases, owing to the prevalence of acute respiratory diseases
during this season of the year, the Health Service estimates that no
more thane2 per cent of the student population has been ill in bed from
the disease at any one time.
The University Hospital reports a total of 50 cases among its em-
Ozyees. This is fewer than 4 per cent of the number employed. In
view of the fact that employees of hospitals are subject to much more
intensive and extensive exposure than are other groups, one may
regard the present situation at the hospital as satisfactory.
Today's indications are that the peak of the epidemic was reached
Monday. Fewer calls have come in :for medical attention. The Health
Service is happy to announce that, so far, no serious cases have devel-
oped. At any rate, at this moment, there is no justification for closing
the University on account of influenza.
The Health Service will be, and should be, the first to recommend
that the University close, providing this is regarded as desirable.
The Health Service regrets that certain agencies on the campus
have "played up" the epidemic with a view of bringing about the
early closing of the University. Certainly, a wide spread apprehension
has been engendered. with the result that many students have gone
home.
To repeat and to emphasize, the indications at the present moment
are that the University will continue its regular work until the end of
this week.
Let us all "get down" to good hard work.
John Sundwall
University Loan Committee:
There will be a meeting of the Loan Committee on Wednesday,
December 19, at 2:00 p. M., in Room 2, University Hall.
Students applying for loans from the University funds should make
an appointment at the Office of the Dean of Students to meet the
Committee.I
J. A. Bursley, Chairman
Chrismas Concert:
The University of Michigan Girls Glee Club and The University
of Michigan 'Varsity Band will present a Christmas Concert for the
student body tonight at Hill Auditorium at 8 p. m. Program as follows:
March and Procession of Bacchus, Delibes; Bells of St. Marys, Adams;
Gypsy Life, Schuman;rAtlantis Suite, Safranck; Symphonic March,
Fasoli; Silent Night, Gruber; Hark The Angels Sing; It CameUpon A'
Midfiight Clear; Adeste Fidelis; .everture Zampa, Herold; Dance of
the Hours, Ponchielli; The Yellow And the Blue, Balfe.
The concert is free to the publie.
Robert A. Campbell
Moving Pictures of Industry:,
The fifth of the School of Business Administration's programs will
be held in Natural Science Auditorium at 4:05 p. in., Wednesday, De-
cember 19. Please note that the program will begin 10 minutes earlier
than many afternoon meetings. The following films will be shown:
The Adventures of Mazola (the manufacture of cooking
oil from corn)...................................1 reel
Arteries of Industry (the manu facture of wrought steel pipe
-from mining ore to the shipment of the finished
product) ................ ........................... 4 reels
All persons interested are invited to attend these programs which |
are designed particularly to give business students background material.
Carl N. Schmalz
Registration For Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors of the College of
Literature, Science and the Arts:
Beginning Monday, January 7, the Upperclass Advisory Commit-
tee will confer with stuents as follows: Seniors on Monday, Tuesday,
and Wednesday, January 7th, 8th, and 9th; sophomores and juniors
who are, continuing three or more of their first semester subjects, on*
Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, January 10th, 11th, and 12th; sopho-
mores and juniors who are continuing two subjects, on Monday and
Tuesday, January 14th and 15th; sophomores and juniors who are con-
tinuing one subject, on Wednesday and Thursday, January 16th and
17th; all other sophomores and juniors, on Friday and Saturday, Jan-
uary 18th and 19th.
The names of Advisors and their office hours will be on file in the1
booth opposite the Recorder's Office, room 4, University Hall, on Monday,
January 7th, and will be published in this Bulletin on Tuesday, Janu-4
ary 8th. Please follow the election procedure as printed 'in the Time
Schedule, which will be available Monday, January 7, selecting the1
Adyiser from the Department of your major interest, if possible.. Atten-
tion is called to the rule that THE ELECTIONS OF ALL SOPHOMORE
STUDENTS MUST BE APPROVED BY THE UPPERCLASS ADVISORY
COMMITTEE. Juniors and Seniors are also urged to consult the Com-
mi Ittee.
IteC. C. Meloche, Chairman
University Women and house Heads:
This is to remind you of Section 2 in the Lodging House Agree-
ment for Women: "That this contract shall be automatically renewed'
for the Second Semester, at $-- for the semester, unless four weekst
before the beginning of the second semester she (the student) gives
notice to the Advisers of Women and to the lessor of her intention to
leave."
The last day for these notifications is Monday, January 7.
Grace RichardsI

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Chemical Engineers: W. E. Koneczny, President
Replies to the questionnaire sent out last week should be mailed
into the office immediately. The vacation meeting of the A. I. Ch. E. Aeronautical Society:
will probably be held on the evening of December 29. There will be no meeting of the Society this week. All those who
R. C. Adams, Jr. have signed up for work on the glider during the Christmas vacations
should get in touch with Mr. Stoughton before next week. Work in
Hillel Foundation: the shops will start immediately.
The Hillel plays originally scheduled for tonight are postponed until W. E. Koneczny, President
'anuary.
Adolph H. Fink Alpha Kappa Delta:
Members of Alpha Kappa Delta will meet at the home of Dr. Wood,
Sigma Delta Chi: 3 Harvard Place, tonight, at 7:30. Mr. Ullmnan will lead discussion on
'Ensian picture will be taken at the Rentschler studio this noon "Educational Advantages of the Different Social Classes." All new
at 12:15 o'clock. members needing transportation should meet at the Economics Bldg.,
J. Stewart Hooker at 7:15.
R. D. Mac Nitt President
PolitienlS Cif- 37

rotca science :
A one hour examination for all students in this course will be
given December 19 at 4 o'clock in the following rooms in Angell Hall:

Ij Circolo Italiano:

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Mr.
Mr.
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Maddox's sections in room 1035.
Calderwood's sections in room 35.
Phillp's sections in room 25.
Cuncannon's sections in room 25.
Preuss' sections in room 1025.
Pollock's sections in room 1025.

There will be a icture
D, Alumni Memorial Hall.
subject "Some Masterpieces
Jcture will be accompanied
invited.

at 4:15 Wednesday, December 19, in Room
Prof. B. M. Donaldson will talk on the
of Italian Renaissance Sculpture." The
by lantern slides. The public is cordially

James K. Pollock, Jr.

Educational Psychology Cl:
The 11 o'clock section will not meet again before the holidays.
Papers due and quiz, Jan. 9.
Wm. Clark Trow
Political Science 51:
I shall not lecture Wednesday morning.

Helen M. Latting, President
Michiganensian Editorial Tryouts:
The 'Ensian office will be open from 2 to 5 every afternoon this
week. There is work for any member of the lower staff. You are
urged to make your appearance.
Stanton W. Todd, Senior Section
Ann Arbor Art Association:
The Exhibition of Paintings by Artists of Southern California opens
Wednesday afternoon, December 12, and closes Sunday afternoon,
December 23.
B. M. Donaldson, President
Theta Sigma Phi:
There will be an important meeting of Theta Sigma Phi at 5 o'clock
Thursday afternoon at the Alpha Omicron Pi house.
Sally Knox, Vice-President j

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Week Last Year
MORE CASESBREAK OUT
(By Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, Dec. 18.-The
number of deaths from influenza
as well as the number of cases of
the disease were shown to have In-
creased during the last week in
statistics compiled by the the cen-
sus bureau of the department of
commerce and in reports received
today by the public health service.
The commerce department an-
nounced that dispatches from more
than 50 cities showed 379 deaths,
from influenza during the week
ending December 15, as compared
with 284 deaths from the same
cause in these cities during the
week ending December 8. An in-'
crease in the death rate of the
country also was shown by the
commerce department's figures.
The mortality for, last week was 15
per 200,000 population, compared
with 12.7 for the corresponding
week of last year.
At the same time the public
health service in reports from its
offices in 20 states and New York
City estimated, upon the basis of
information furnished, that therm
were now at least 403,185 cases of
influenza. It said this estimate was
indicated by an actual report of
80,637 cases.
Of the 78 cities included in the
census bureau's report 23 had sub-
mitted no report today.
Subscribe to The Michigan Daily,
$4.00 a year.

C. H. Cooley
Economics 153:
All sections of Economics 153 will resume meetings Wednesday.
L. E. Devol
Psychology 31, Collateral Reference Examination:
Quiz sections 7, 8, 9, 10, 17 will take their examination in roomj
231, Angell Hall. Section 18 will take the examination in room 1121,'
Natural' Science Building.
Adelbert Ford
R. O. T. C. Students:
All R. O. T. C. students who had alterations to be made on their
uniforms should report to R. O. T. C. Headquarters either Wednesday,
Dec. 19, or Thursday, Dec. 20, to have clothing marked for alterations
by the tailor. Clothing not marked at this time will have to be
altered at the student's expense.
Reinold Melberg
'Varsity Glee Club:
All members of the Glee Club are requested to be in Morris Hall
by 6:50 o'clock, Thursday, December 20.
Herbert J. Palmer, Manager
Research Club:
The Research Club will meet in Room 2528 East Medical Building
on Wednesday, December 19, at 8 p. m. The following papers will be
presented:
"The Interstate Commerce Comnission," by Professor I. L. Sharf-
man.
"The Rate of Growth and Composition of Hair," by Professor H.
B. Lewis.j
An important meeting of the Council will be held at 4:30 p. m. in
room 1053, East Physics Building.
Everett S. Brown, Secretary

Chemistry 3-I:
The make-up examination
second examination, December
December 19, at 5:00 p. m., in

for those who were absent from the
6, at 8:00, will be given Wednesday,
Room 410 Chemistry Building.
D. M. Lichty

D. M. Lichty $4.00 a year.

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CHRISTMAS GIFTS
Burr, Patterson

Church at South U
PORTABLE
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Corona, Underwood
Remington, Royals.
We have all makes.
Colored duco finishes. Price $60

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The Parrot
wishes you
1T A Merry Christmas
and
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Happy New Year
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The Parrot will open again
atfer the Holidays with its
former service, cordiality
and good foods, and also
wishes to thank you for your
cooperation in the past.
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Chi Delta Phi:
Chi Delta Phi will meet tonight
at 7:30 in Professor Jack's office.
Louisa Butler, President
OFFER STUDENTS
CHRISTMAS JOBS
Just before the commencement
of the Christmas recess comes an-
nouncement of vacation and week!
end work offered to students by the
University of Michigan club of De-!
troit. ?i;
Most of the work offered is in
connection with the next edition of
the Detroit alumni directory and is
open to any interested students
who have had experience in the so-
licitation of advertising. 4
Any students who are consider-
ing working during this coming
vacation and who have had adver-
tising experience might find it
worthwhile to communicate with
the secretary of the Detroit alumni
club, Carroll P. Adams, in the Rec-
reation Building, Detroit, tele-
phone Cadillac 1318.

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We have suitable books for
all the family - Christmas
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Open till 9:30 p. m.
Print and Book Shop.

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