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Publication in the Bulletin Is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Prest-
dent until 3:30 p. ni. (11:30 a. i. Saturday.)J

Ill MflflEU AUEDirAU'

Laylin James Appointed to Law Faculty;
Will Give Instruction In Corporation Law




No. 3.90

To All Concerned:
The Regents on May 24, officially defined the "'Academic Year" as
the period beginning annually one week previous to the opening of the
first semester and ending with the termination of the commencement
Sltiit'ley 1i. Sniitli, Seey. of the lBoard
Naval Aviation Final Examination:
The final examination in this course will cover the work in Scouting
and Naval Regulations. It will be given either at 10:00 a. mn. Sunday,
June 2, 1929, Aero Drafting iltoorn, E:.st Er-riineering Building, or at
7:30 p. in., Thursday, June G, ii f 01toon343, West Engineering Build-
ing. The examination may 1): [Lkto : l e)3ut 1.0710at. the option o)f hr
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Pychology 31:
A~ll uriretu ned thees='r a -s~ x:i itl:L!( i 7 1pers ma~y be obtained in
the outer office of Roorn 2125, 1\ . tray '" !day of the final examrrination.
The final examination. 3 a i ioJ-anv 1 will be held in
the following rooms: Dental lifylgir'o git1L ttS will take their examina-
tion in Room 1121, N4. S. N.amcs w411hiniti is A to R will take alternate
seats in the Natural S eice,-eAiditiurn. Names with initals S to 7
will take alternate Fseats in We t l'ls ii' 3 Le(-ture room.
Ad(-1beri. Ford
Psychology 31,'.4, ;tnd 42, ind kl~xtidos
Bring bluebooks butt do not sign your rianme on the cover'. You will
obtain a serial number, to ire placjed on the upper right hand corner of
the bluebook cover, from an examzinationt card given you when you enter
the room. You will sign your name to the examnination card, only, and
hand it in. Self addressed envelopes may be enclosed with the bhuebook
fo " an early notification of t rade t cec iV c I'or the course.
Adiellie rt lFord
Senate Reception:
The Annual Rleceptjion given by the University Senate to the mem-
bers of the graduating classes and alumni and their relatives and
friends will take place on Saturday evening, June 15, at nine o'clock in
the Barbour and Waterman Gymnasiums. Dancing will be provided
from nine until twelve o'clock. Enter through Ba b our Gymnasium.
Tickets of admission may be obtained at the office of the Secretary
of the University or the Secretary of the Alumni Association.
From eight until ten o'clock [.h~e same evening there will also be a
band concert given by the University Band on the Camnpus.

lim l UII 111 11I nI(,RinIt Announcement was made yes-' Immediately after graduating in
terday by Dean H-enry M. Bates of law, James entered the law firm
lflfl l~ll~fflthe Law school, of the appoint- of Cravath, Henderson and de
I R MS, ILLARDU SAYS m ent of Prof. Laylin K. James, now Gersdorff, of New York. In 1927,
a member of the faculty of the' James became a member of the
i ~University of Pittsburgh, as pro-E University of Pittsburgh law fac-
MANY INDUSTRIES SEARCHING fessor of law. ulty, where he taught the law of
Due to the extraordinary de- corporations and sales, and other
IN VAIN FOR EXPERTS velopment of corporation activi- subjects.
AMONG GRADUATES ties, a constant extension in the-________
instruction in corporation law is#An o ceN w;td
GODSLAISOFEE needed. Professor James will be Annun eiN w Std
(iOOD SALARIES OHTRI j given part of the work in corpora- : n' T ahn
____Lions and business associations I tPactice 'ahn
Few Positioun Left Open To Women, I and will bring practical first-hand
Exceei In Teaching And I knowledge of the most recent de- Toadte nd fcmbig
ClrclLnsvelopmnents to his work.'Toadtend fcmbig
Clerica LinesProfessor James graduated from; both the theoretical and practical
- ti lieray clleg ofthi Unversides of teaching in the senior cur-
In speaking of the opportunities 4 sity in 1918. After his graduation icuila in the School of Education,
in he ied o aalyicl cemstr ihe taught economics at Lewis In- ; amnew study in practice teaching
stitute in Chicago. In 1923 he ie-hL enpandfrtesho
Tar. 11. If. Willard, of the chemistry ceived thyereo J .fo 1e yar 1929-30. From thi ty to thirty-
1cvethdereoJ.Dfrmteydepartment, said: ,It is interesting Law school of the University, gr ad- ;Iiv seniors will make uip the group,
to note that although in Europe uating with distinction. During his and since they will have elected
there are more chemists than po-t work here, he was elected to the ~i his as their only course in Educa-
sitions, a very different condition! editoria l staff of the Michigan Law Lion, they will receive fifteen hours
exists in this country. So great has! Review, and to membership in thel of credit and, in addition, recomn-
been the recognition of the value of, Order of the Coif,. mendlation for a life certificate.
the chemist in industry that the ~
f upply has not kept pace with thei
demand. During the last few
rmonths the Chemistry departmentf
of the University of Michigan~ has
hadz equests from more than fifty'
firms for chemists with the B3. S. or
M. S. degree. !_____________________
,The salary, offered is usually $150
a month, at first, although more!
than this is offered for exceptional!
men or those with a year of gradu-
ate work. None of the men gradu-
ating this year' will receive less
than this. Almost every day new t
positions are being offered. We have
been able to supply only a fraction1
of the number of chemists sought.
*The type of work offered varies
widely and in many cases soon
leads to executive, plant or sales~
positions. A similar situation exists
in chemical engineering.


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Plan ForBacclan~cat AndComenceme ii:.The number of positions open to
Plan Fo Bacalareae Ad Cnintt etttnt:women is relatively few. There are
All who expect to take part in the exercises of Commiencement wee a few teaching positions, a fewG
w ill please take note of the following schedule in ordr that there will be; libra y positions, but a greater
as little contusion as possible in carrying ofut the program: P1unctuality number in biological, physiological,
is,.especially important as the processions will st.art on scheduled timeC or clinical work.
BACCALAUREATE-Sunday, June 16, 11:00 4 . mI. "There is a tremendous demand
WEATHER FAIR for chemists with the Ph.D. degree.
imte of Assenmbly -10:11 a. Wi. All such men have been able to
Pliaces of Assembly: choose between several positions.
Members jof the Facutiesit in th dtessing oomns second and third Over twenty firms have offered po-
floors of Dill Auditorium where ti-icy may robe. Enter by rear doors. sitions paying more than $3,000,;
Students of the various schools and colleges, as follows:; while many want several men. Re-
Literature, Science and the Arts on main diagonal walky between cently, however, so great has been
Library and Enginee ing Buildinrgs, the demand for good men that as
Education on walk north side of Ph~ysiolog y and Pharmacology muchi as $4,000 has been paid. The
Building.; demand is relatively much greateri
fEngineering on main diagonal walk in Engineering Court. for men trained in research thanj
Architecture on main diagonal walk in Engineering Arch (behind' for those with no graduate work.
Engineers). "It may be that this situation
Medical on diagonal walk between Chemistry Building and Library.! will result in an overcrowding of;
Nurses on' diagonal walk between Chzemistry Building and Library the profession, but no such condi-
(behind Medics). tion is in sight now.
Law on east and west walks, west of the .intersection in front of -______j_____
Lrary. S CA Plans Prga
Pharmacy on east and west wvaif, west of thle intersection in front "* Lort
of Library (behind Law).Fo
Deta Srer' n othan suh xk n, r f othwig f For Freshman Camp
I.n1 Sreyonnrh nTothwl i erofnrhiigo
University Hall.
JBusii~ess Administration on walk in front of Physiology and Phar- Arrangements are now being
macology Building. made to make this year's Freshmen
Forestry and Conservation on wallk in front of Physiolopgy and Rendezvous, sponsored by the Stu-
Pha: macology Building (behind B3us. Ad.) dent Christian association, to bej
Graduate on east and west walk of Library entrance, held at the University Fresh Air
WEATHER, RAINY Camp at Lake Patterson, better
A sprinkle will not be considered rainy. It musit actually rain with than any of preceding years. The
no lrospect of clearing. Rendezvous, as last year, will be
Students will proceed dircectix' to [till Audit.oriumn. Seat: will be re- held in September, the three days
,erved until 10:50-a. in. prior to the opening of Freshmen
COMMENCEMENT---Monday, June 17, 9:00 a. ii'. Week. The camp will be open by
W~tEATIIFt:R. FAIR inviation to those recommended by
Time of Asseinbly---7:45 a. m. high school principals, University
Places of Assembly: officials, and students on the cam-
Memnbers of the Faculties and in vited tie!S, a.ins Alum ini Memo. lal' pus.
Hall---West Gallery secondi floor whe e t hey may robe. With the completion of six new
Regents; Ex-Regents, 1l'eans an ant iidl:at-etfor Honiorary Degrees, cottages at the Fresh Air Camp
in Alumni Memorial Hall-Room B. there will be accommodations for
Honor Guard,, at Alumni Memorial H1All. one hundred persons, more than
Students, at the same p~laces as for iBaccalaii. esft., double the number that attended
Line of' Marh--State Street to Ferry Field, last year.
WEATHER RAINY The purpose of the camp is to ace-
Weather Bureau storm flags will be hoisted beneath~ the American quaint a select group of incoming
Flag on the Campus flagstaff and on the flagstaff at Ferry Field to ;students with University traditions
indicate that the exercises have been transferred to Yost Field House, and li-fe on the campus.


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