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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. XL, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1929 No 20

j Excuses for Absences: Underclassmen in the College of Engineer-
ing must take the initiative in securing from the Associate bean ex-
cuses for absences from classes. Fxcuses must be applied for within,
five days after return to classes. Upperclassmen should explain irreg-
ularities of attendance to their instructors.
George W. Patterson, Associate Dean, College of Engineering
Stulents, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: No courso
can be elected for credit after Saturday, October 26.
W. R. Humphreys, Assistant Dean


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University Leacures are to be given as follows: ; Schol of Education-Changes of Elections: Any change of elec-,
October 22, Ir.. N. C. Kist, Professor of Bridge Engineering in the tions of students enrolled in the School of Education must be reported
University of Delft, Holland: "The Factor of Ductility in Design (Room at the Recorder's Office, 105 Tappan Hall. This includes any change of
311, West Engineering Building. sections or instructors.
October 24 and 25, Mr. A. D. Nock, of Clare College, Cambridge No courses may be added after this week. No change is oficial
University, two lectures: (1) "The Development of Mystery Religions unless reported at the office, 105 Tappan Hall.
and Their Relation to Christianity", (2) The Place of the Emperor Au- Elizabeth B. Clark, Recorder
gustus in the History of Religion".-
October 28, Mr. Ernest Fowles: "Bach and His Contribution to Mu- Students, School of Education: All students enrolled in this Schoolx
sic.". who did not fill in ihe names of all instructors before handing in their
October 29, Dr. W. R. Valentiner, Art Director of the Detroit In selection cards are asked to do so immediately. This may be done in
stitute of Arts: "Fra Angelico" (West Gallery, Alumni Memorial Hall). the Recorder's Office, 105 Tappan Hall.
Lecture to be illustrated. Elizabeth B. Clar, Recorder
October 30, Mr. Ernest Rhys: "Celtic Folf tale and French Ro- -i__h.Cjk,_dr
N ovember 1, Mr. Tassilo Adam, Curator of Oriental Art in t Freshman Group 100: Owing to Miss Cameron's absence from town
Museum of the Brooklyn Institute of Sciences, on "Four Years at the I take over t further suervion of her Freshman Group. Any
Court of the Sultans of Java". inquiries may be directed tc this office.
November 4, Mr. F. A. Bland, Lecturer in Public Administration in Alice C. Lloyd
the University of Sydney (subject to be announced).
November 14, Dr. Alexander Wtmore, Assistant Secretary of the' Phi Kappa Phi members from other Colleges or Universities are
United States National Museum, on "Birds of the Hawaiian Reserva- invited to associate themselves with the Michigan Chapter by notifying
tion", with 2000 feet of moving pictures. the secretary, University phone 237, 302 Engineering Annex.;
December 2, Mr. Arne Kildal, Scandinavian Secretary of the Amer- R. S. Swinton, Secretary
ican-Scandinavian Foundation, "The Newspapers of Norway."
December 9, Mr. Charles T. Seltman, of Cambridge University,
England, on "History in Greek Coins".E T
University lectures are given at 4:15 p. m., in the Natural Sci- Exhibition of Paintings by Edward W. Redfield: J :30 P. M. to 5:00
ence Auditorium, unless otherwise stated, and are open to the public. P. M. in West Gallery, Alumni Memorial Hall.
F. E. Robbins
FE o nExhibition from the National Society of Mural Painters, Archi-
tectural Building, daily from nine to five.
Rules of the Regents of the University of Michigan Relative to the
Communication of Matters for the Board's Attention, and Relative to To Students and Residents: You are cordially invited to attend
the Order of Business: 1. The Secretary of the Board of Regents shall the second experimental devotional service sponsored by the Student
cause notice of each meeting of the Regents to be posted in the proper Christian Association to be held at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
bulletin board of each Department, within three days after tie time of Sunday evening, at eight o'clock. Excellent music and a good speaker
the meeting shall have been determined and on the same day that notice have been procured.
of a meeting is posted, as herein provided, he shall cause a copy of Harley B. Kline, Chairman
such notice to be mailed to the Dean of each Department.
2. Every communication to the Board of Regents that calls forCE
action, must, in order to secure attention, be filed with the President COMING EVENTS
of the University AT LEAST EIGHT DAYS BEFORE THE MEETING IMechanical Engineering 32 will meet at the Automotive Labora-
OF THE BOARD at which it is desired that the communication should tory at one o'clock Tuesday afternoon, October 22, to go to the Gen-
be considered. Every such communication must be upon blanks to be eral Motors Proving Ground. Will return by six o'clock.
furnished by the business office and must go to the President through
the Dean of the Department in which the communication originates. Physics 36 and 46: During the Lecture hour next Wednesday there:
When a communication is not made by the Dean directly, that official will be an Examination covering sections One to Forty-nine in the Text.
should send the communication, through the President, to the Board,
with his written approval or with a written statement of his views
in regard to the question or questions raised. Fourteen copies of each Aero 16: Will meet October 22. The paper on the History and De-
communication must be filed with the President. At least seven days velopment of Air Mail in the United States will be due at that time.
before each meeting of the Board, the President shall mail to each Educational Psychology C 1: The trip to the Northville 'Training
member copies of all communications that have been filed with him school will be held as scheduled Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 22. Busses
in accordance with the provisions of this legislation and place the will leave at 1:10 from the East University bntrance, University high
originals in the hands of the Secretary of the Board. By a majority I school.
vote of those present at any meeting, the Board may, BUT ONLY IN
CASES FOUND BY THE BOARD TO BE CASES OF SPECIAL EMERG- Intramural Archery: All students participating in Intramural
ENCY, waive the provisions of his legislation as to the time of filing tournament, please hand in names to Mrs. Ashford at the Field House
communications. or to secretary at Barbour Gymnasium by 5:00 o'clock Monday, October
3. Excepting as otherwise ordered by vote of the Board in cases 21. Practice starts Monday. Instructions will be given on Palmer Field
of special emergency, communications shall be considered in the order every Monday and Wednesday 3:00 to 5:00. Girls from each organi-
in which they are filed with the President. It shall be the duty of the zation or independent groups constitute a team. Four practices of
President to send to each member of the Board, with the copies of thirity arrows each are required for participation in tournament, which
communications filed with him, a statement of the order of their con- will take place early in November.
sideration as fixed by this rule.
4. Before final action upon matters originating within the Board Research Club will meet Wednesday evening, Oct. 23, in the Histo-
or upon communications calling for action that will affect other logical Laboratory, New Medical Building, for election of officers. The
departments than the one in which the communications originate, following papers will be given: Prof. A. S. Aiton, "The Diplomacy of
reference thereof for consideration and recommendation to the Board the Louisiana Cession"; Prof. B. D. Merritt, "An Ancient Cross Word
shall be made to the President and to the Deans of said other depart- Puzzle".!
5. It shall be the duty of the Secretary to send each year to all Botanical Journal Club will meet Tuesday, October 22, at 7:30 P.
officers of administration and instruction printed copies of this leg- M. in Room 1139 N. S. Papers on genetics and biochemistry will be re-
islation. viewed by Crystl Rork, Charlotte Cantrall, Aino Osterberg, Doris
S. W. Smith, Secretary I Bach, James Stauifer, Carl Grassl, and H. H. Bartlett.
Student's Recital: Dalies Frantz, pianist, ;1ll give a recital at the Chemical Engineering Seminar: Mr. D. W. McCready will be the
speaker on Monday, October 21, at 4 o'clock in room 3201 East En-
School of Music hall on Maynard Street, Tuesday evening, October 22, gineering Building. Subject, "Preparation of' Pulp for the Manufae,-
at 8:15 o'clock, to which the general public with the exception of small ture of Paper".
children is invited. The program which he will play is as follows: ture__fPaper_
Bach: Gigue (5th French Suite); Scarlatti: Pastorale and Ca- Physics Colloquim: Mr. L. B. Headrick will speak on "The Mch-
priccio; Bach: Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue; Moszkowski: The Jug- anism of the Electric Spark" in Room 1041 East Physics Building on
gleress; Guion: Sheep and Goat " Walkin' to the Pasture; Poulenc: Tuesday at 4:15. All interested are cordially invited to attend, g "
Hopak; Tschaikowsky: Troika; Rachmaninoff: Polichinelle; Mozart: T y 4 . n sdd ynd_.
Turkish March; Beethoven-Rubinstein: Turkish March; Mendelssohn: Pi La
Scherzo in E minor; Verdi-Liszt: Paraphrase on the Quartet from room, Michigan League.
"Rigoletto"; Mendelssohn: Spinning Song.
Charles A. Sink . . -
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Anonymous Donation Swells Inadequate
Carnegie Pension Fund for Professors
ROCHESTER, N. Y., Oct. 19-An ties for many years, is insufficient
anonymous gift of $200,000 to start to meet demands," said Mr. Sand-
a $1,000,000 pension fund for Cor- erson. "Cornell university must
nell professors was announced by take steps to provide an income for
Edwin N. Sanderson of New York its faithful faculty members after
city, retiring alumni trustee, at the retirement from active service.
opening session of the convention
of the Cornell Alumni Corporation. Last spring the pension division
The gift is conditional upon raising of the Carnegie Foundation for the
the rest of the fund. :advancement of Teaching found its
"The Carnegie pension fund, resources too small to continue its
which has been granting pensions policy of retiring professors at the
to professors of leading universi-!age of 70 on half salary.
Romance Club will meet Monday evening, October 21, at 8:00 p. 'm.,
room 316 Michigan Union. Graduate students in the Department are
most cordially urged to come.
The Monday Evening Drama Section of the Faculty Women's Club
will meet Monday, October 21, at 7:45 p. m. at the Women's Field House
on Forest Avenue.
Michigan Dames Club will meet Monday, Oct. 21, at 8:00 P. M., in
the "Cave", fourth floor of the League Building.
All old members are urged to be present, and all wives of students
ire cordially invited to attend this meeting.
Faculty Women's Club, Book Shelf and Stage Section: First meet-
ing, Tuesday, October 22, 2:45 P. M. at home of Mrs. J. M. Cork, 2034
Day St., Mrs. A. D. Moore assisting.



Haig Patigiran
Of San Francisco, who has just
finished a bust of President Hoo-
ver which will soon be placed in
the White House.

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Call at 3211 Angell Hall for Season Tickets
Single Admission Tickets at Slaters $1.00

University of Michigan Official Publication: The Editorial Office
announces the issue of the Journal of the Michigan Schoolmasters'
Club, 1929, which is No. 24 of the University Official Publication. Copies
will be mailed to members of the Club early next week.
Ira M. Smith
House Heads: This is to remind you that the contracts are due ir
the Office of Advisers on or before October 25.
Grace Richard

abetai wiumeetTuesday, October 22, at 7:15 p. m., at Mich-
igan Union.
The Hillel Foundation: Rev. Henry Lewis of the St. Andrew's
Episcopal Church will speak at the Hillel Foundation, 615 E. Uni-
vited Ave., on Tuesday evening, October 22, at 7:30. The public is
Varsity Glee Club will rehearse Monday evening at 7:15 in room
1 308 Michigan Union. As the Glee Club needs second basses, there will
be tryouts after the rehearsal. All interested are urged to tryout.


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