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THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, (
ILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
ation in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi-
ntil 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)
matches off by Saturday night.
Doubles matches are to be started at once also and first
matches completed as far as possible Monday night. Results
matches are to be reported to the
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1928
gularly enrolled graduate students who hold the rank of assis-
rofessor or above AT OTHER INSTITUTIONS are asked to leave
tames at the office of the Graduate School, Room 1014 Angell
'his applies only to married students..
Ruth A. Rouse, Recorder
y College Scholarships:
idents in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts desiring
y for a University scholarship (value $200) should apply at the
office (Room 1210, Angell Hall) for blanks and fill them out
turn them on or before November 1st.
H. P.Thieme, Chairman Scholarship Com.
yen Women Advisers:
you have any helpful suggestions or ideas for next year's Fresh-
reek, please forward them to me and I shall see that they are
in the hands of Mr. Frayer.
Beatrice W. Johnson
ur attention is directed to the University eligibility rules which
iat a student must have obtained as many honor points as hours
E grade during her last semester, if she wishes to engage in
irricular activities. New students on campus are required to ap-+
special permission; before any participation. Freshmen are eligi-,
club membership, but not for active committee work. Any
.assmen dubious about her eligibility may determine her status
Beatrice W. Johnson
ere will be a meeting, of the Junior engineering class Thursday,
Room 348, at 10:00 a. m.
R. N. Grunow, Temp. Pres.
an Group No. 27:
mbers of Freshman Group No. 27 please report to room 402 R. L.,
n 9:00 and 11:00 o'clock Thursday, Oct. 4.
natics 271: ,
e first meeting of the seminar on Functions of Complex Variables7
Ke place in room 3012 Angell Hall, Thursday, October 4, at 3;
G. Y. Rainich ,
chology 112 will meet Tuesdays and Thursdays at 9 o'clock in
1121, Natural Science Building.
iew section in Speech 31, meeting Monday, Wednesday, Friday,
clock in room 302 Mason hall, has been opened to' accommodate
udents unable to find places in the other sections.:
American Chemical Society:
Professor James Lewis Howe, Head of the Chemistry Department,
Washington and Lee University, will speak on "Some Amenities of
Platinum," Thursday, October 4, at 4:00 p. m., in the Chemistry Amphi-
theater. All interested are cordially invited.
B. A. Soule, Sec'y.
There will be a meeting of Mimes on Friday at 7:30 p. m. at the
Harlan Christy, President
Christian Science Society:
Christian Science Society of the University of Michigan meets to-
night at 7:30 in the Upper Room of Lane Hall.
Ford Johnston, Secretary
Sigma Gamma Epsilon:
There will be a business meeting of the Sigma Gamma Epsilon
at 7:30 p. m. Thursday.
C. H. Riggs, Secretary.
First Club Night Friday evening, Oct. 5.
A. H. Lovell and Carl Schmalz. Club members
members as guests.
Work Impresses Hickey; X-Ray
Head Returns From Meet
SIEKS RADIUM PURCHASE
Returned just recently from the
Second International X-Ray Con-
gress held in Stockholm, Sweden,
Dr. Preston Hickey, head of the
X-Ray department of the Univer-
sity hospital, is greatly impressed
by Sweden's work in the field of
Roentgenology and in its fight
against cancer. "Sweden's suc-
cess is due entirely to its unend-
ing interest and its remarkable
equipment," Dr. Hickey chaims,
"and nothing can be accomplished
without the proper tools to work
Dr. Hickey's return was followed
by his plea to the University hos-
pital for more radium. He asks
for $35,000 worth of radium and
considers this a modest amount-
compared with that owned by some
of the hospitals in the United
States and abroad. The Univer-
sity hospital owns only a small
amount of the cancer cure and
consequently its work is limited.
Dr. Hickey believes Sweden to be
a country properly prepared for
the campaign against cancer. The
1,100 delegates of the Congress held
there were shown the facilities in
the hospitals and the provisions of
the government for proper care of
those offlicted with the disease.
IThe Congress was a display of
the extent of the science of Roent-
genology. Delegates attended
from all over the world, 100 of
them coming from the United
States. Dr. Hickey contributed
much to the Congress with his
paper on "The Teaching on Roent-
genology," which was presented at
the general session.
Program by Professors
should bring new faculty
The Michigan Technic:
Meeting of the Business Staff and Business Tryouts on Thursday,
Oct. 4, 8 p. m.
/ E. W. Manning, Business Manager
University of Michigan Glee Club:
Tryouts will be held at Room 308 Michigan Union from 7 to
tonight. First and second tenor voices especially needed.
Theodore Harrison, Director
The Puritan, second smallest- 100 feet above the noon-hour
non-rigid dirigible, flew to New crowds in Battery Park. Wind pre-
York recently, and circled less than vented a scheduled landing In park.
STUDENTS ENTER SINGING CONT EST
Iota Sigma Pi:
Iota Sigma Pi will meet"-at the Simpson Memorial Hospital at 7:00
p. m. Thursday, Oct. 4.
Elizabeth M. Conard, President
'Atwater Kent Amateur Singing Contest:
Auditions in the local contest of the Atwater-Kent Amateur Singing
Contest will be heard Thursday night, October 4, at 8:00 o'clock in the
University School of Music, third floor. All those wishing to compete
will communicate with Mrs. Harry Bacher, Chairman of the local com-
mittee, or any other member of the committee, before the hour of the
Mrs. Harry Bacher
At 8 o'clock tonight on the third
floor of the University School of
Music, the local audition of the
second annual Atwater-Kent Ama-
teur Singing contest will be heard.
Many students have answered the
call for tryouts and it is expected
that there will be a large turn-out
of embryo opera stars.
Ypsilanti and Ann Arbor are in-
cluded in this local section, the
winners of the contest tonight
competing in the state contest,
with an opportunity to win a prize
and to go on to the national dis-
Pershing's Own Band
Will Appear In Detroit
"Pershing's Own" band, the of-
ficial band of the United States
army, founded by General Persh-
ing, will appear in Detroit at the
Masonic temple auditorium on Sun-
day, October 14, according to word
received from the Civitan clubs of
Detroit, who are sponsoring the
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matches are to be played Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.
officials would like to get all first second and third round
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A waffle for lunch or tea - 12:00 to 4:15
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