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DAILY OFF[ICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is ntr2ieoteI)almmbr
of the University. Copy received by the^ A ssitant to the Prensi-
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. mn. So turda y
VOL. XL, FRIDAY, OCTOEERPI- 13, 1929 No. 18

derrtmnt hanthe one in which the coi mwicatons rimnte
recer nce I hcerof for consideration and recommendatiz'o oIh or
shlbe made to ihe President and to the Dea-ns oif sI'd o hr l p rt-
n lts.
5. It shall be the duty of the Secretary tosedecy'r to all
officers of ardniiiistration and instruction printed opi t ofhits icy.-
islatiol.

ICOMING EVENTSfield, rh~repi e i ns nd general+
Unliversity Lecture Saturday, October 19, at 10:00 ain., Naturnlnesvl l hicuddnI
S, cnzce Au~itoriumn, by Professor Leon .Asher, Director of the Pyi-telegramls sentto the Pp,) ;i
l(,gical InStitutie at B~erne, Switzerland. Subject will be "Specific Diu-
retics."'1by the g!rid mnos a'Fide
- afternoon atr1wls olot
Pohiti('aI Science 32: The make-up examination will be given inI Friday nightat:3 t i r iig
1"oom 2 023, Angell Hall, Saturday morning, October 26, at 9:00 o'cloc . t th radioauinria
St u 'ents who expect to take this examination must report their nannrs terest to everyscolFti '
ixime diately to the undersigned.tbr18Jmy 'fe chf
James K. Pollock, Jr. cheerleader <<' t~ sen ,wl
bring his cheladr<o t he mrik
1l tiion lOpera Men's Sinaging Chorus: in the various colh,:c yells.

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______ _________ - ----EVENTS TODAY
NO¢TIES fN: iitdit~o a4'. l'inting s hy Edwvard IW. Fed kic1
Rues of the Regents of the nve, -,1 ici~i eltv to thp " i'. . 10in I, (:3,0cry, Alumini Memnorial Hall.
Communication of Matters for Uth- 1Bordc':;Attention, ..dir;Jelative
to the Order of Busines:s: l>diDhisso from the National Socicty of 1;
1. The Secretary of the Eoa :d o Rgxents shall cause notice of tectural rBuildinrg, daily from nine to five.
each meeting of the Regents to be posted in the propier bulletin board of, ahearmn,_ihiheedsftr____im fth eeig
shall have been determined en.rd on th e same day that notice fie owit h hetoric Placement Examinatintlacl
of a meeting is posted, as herein prc'ivided. he shall cause a copy of faied:tsoul write tRhetoimaemesttod'ay, fre:
such notice to be mailed to th^ Dean of each Departmaent. We, hudwietemk-pts oafo
2. Every communication to the ^Bard Of Regents that calls for Agl al
action, must, in order to secu re attention, be filed with the President 'l oe noldi h olg fAeie
of the University AT LEAST EICUIT DAY1S BEFORE THE MEETING Alic il noldi h olg f rlie
OF THE BOARD at which it is dczired that the communication should quested to attend a mneeting sponsored by the Arc
be considered. Every such commun'ication must be upon blanks to be the -auditorium of the Architectural Building at
furnished by the business offirce andl must go t o the President through
the Dean of the Department in wlhich the communication originates. Inlander Staff will meet at 4:00 p. mn. in Roo
When a communication is not ma de b~y th e Dean directly, that official'
should send the communlcat;.c1a.-i~~erb Ur Ti President. to the Board,! Those who ish to sell programs at the Oh;
with his written approval or tit. a w i'nstatement of his views ra hdedmanwgalesmf e reyneedeftere a
in regard to the question or cpuzest orss raised, Fourteen copies of eachhudenwsasmnaeeddfoter,41a
communication must be filied writh if1 President. At least seven days
before each meeting of the Board, the President shall mail to each
member copies of all communka~ttons that have been filed with him! University Lectures:{t
in accordance with the provisions of this legislation and place the Mr. A. D. 1,ock, of Clare College.
originals in the hands of the Secanta!y of the Board. By a majority! Cambridge University, England, will
vote of those present 'at any ricetin g, the Board may, BUT ONLY IN ;'I
CASES FOUND BY THE BOAR D TO BE CASES OF SPECIAL EMERG-I give two lectures as follows:
ENCY, waive the provisions of his legisl'at on as to the time of filingj 1. "The Development of Mystery
communications. Religions and Their Relation to
3. Excepting as otherwise ordered by ,,ote of the Board in cases5 Christianity," Thursday, October 24.
of special emergency, communications sh ll be considered in the order 2. "The Place of the Emperorr
in which they are filed with the President. It shall be the duty of the Augustus in the History of Reli-
President to send to each member of the Board, with th~e copies of; giOu," Friday. October 25.
communications filed with him, a statemnent of the order of their con- Both at 4:15 p. in., Natural Sci-
sideration as fixed by this rule. ence Auditorium. The public is in-
4. Before final action upon mnatter: originating wiithin the Boardi vited.
or upon communications calling for action that will affect other' Frank E. Robbins

x1rom ti-[s time on rehearsals will be every
Wcdnesday night 8:30-9:30, Thursday night 8-9.
wvill be lposted on the bulletin board in the lobby

Tuesday night 8-:3,
The room number
of the Union each

WVANTY ADS PA Y!

nigh. Terewil beno urther - j
l.1 f,,fr'jrj %71,)noneanial enwil b notice4 . and. .. . all mene^."4 will be r.espon- ". :" ,..rer- r
:ioni during .Fre1shmaa a sBible for their attendance. i E RL ,L N HC4
n 4-6, in Rwooni 3213; John R. Effinger, Jr.t Members
G 1ridiron Reports from 1 NewYorkStk Exchange
Au re a r urgently re- :m Cicg tockEcag
ciitectur:ai Council iC1Big Tea Exchcstngct
5:00 P. Cl~~gin racseeve.anu Stock Ecag
Telegraphed reports by the big Detroit Stock Exchange 8
in 407, Main Library.' ten coaches will add a last minute I New York Curb MarketX
touch of news direct from the gid- 11% Accounts Carried on Conservative Mar gin
io State gnme report iron on tonight's Big Ten Pep Ses- 2b
5 p. in. tod iy. Twvo sion, from WLS, the Prairie Farmer I 21 First Nat'l Bank Pholle 4294 N
ining Bamnes. 'Station. The condition of the team, ,_____

Dinner Coat Holds
Own at White House
WASHINGTON, Oct. 17.--
dinner coat still is popular at the
White House even though the ar -
biters of fashion have decreed that
it is passe fpr; all except the most
informal of occasions.
President Hoover, whose distaste
for formal dress of any kind is well'
known to his friends, makes a con-
cession for a very state occasion.

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