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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9
To Members of the Faculty, 199-1 :
are paid in nine installments (the ninth be.
on the last day of each month from October
option of the Faculty member arrangement
Business Office to pay the salary in twelve eE
ending with the installment sof -September
anent is not made until after October 31 x
in the amount and number of the annual insto
30, 1930, will be made.
Faculty members wishing to make such
1930 will please call on the payroll clerk, Mir
,xstant, Miss Edna Geiger, in the Businesst
(luring the final four days of any month. P:
duiring this four-clay period prevents giving
Notice to Campus Telephone Users : T
will be changed to a dial system on Monc
During the next few days the telephone comi
in literature and recent experiments on the packing nstincrt in chicks ! NEfWLY ORGANIZED ART SOCIETY________
The. latter paper will be accompanied by motion pictures.PAQ flN J YA T
IV NO Lu tLITINI----- DESIGNATES OFFICERS FOR YEAR
B Ii L L [ I I NColloquium on Applied Mechanics meets~ at 8 p in., i Room 33L4,11 U U S CIT
atwihtietemeeting will be devoted entirely to review of periodi- Tf -l-l
anotice to all members (as The speakers are Prof. J. H. Cissel (Civil Engineer) and Prof. H. OH 1 MO [ ovnn at 7 o'clock ITesday Avard T Faibanks Pofesso of
Assistant to the Presi- ( Lloyd (Mechanical Engineer). Among others, the subject of the Hag-;1 evening i h committee room on sculpture inite Uiivesity, spoke
ay nsack Bridge Failure will be taken up. lescn lo te. to the members of the club on art,
Buaffalo Organization Patterns Legebidnabuji~rei~ It was decided to appoint a com-
4, 1929. No. 23 Le Cercle Fraricais will meet at 8:00 pLeague buildiLAllng, ndaCstot Froiofyhemeim mittee to draw up a constitution
- - members are requested to be present to discuss the program of this year.! besituhalwy ore campus! for the society. It was further
________Iroquois Indians! Art club elected officers to serve forI agreed that the organization should
- ~ Stu~dent Branch of the A. S. M. E. meets at 7:00 p.in, in the Engi-- the present year. ;devote part of its time to studio
Academic annual salaries, neering Society Room for the purpose of organizatio. WILL CHOOSE NEW MEN Those chosen are, president,j work and part of its time in mneet-
____adouleintalmet)_ Donald A. Kimball, '30A; vice res-I ings, where prominent artists would
ing doule istalment' fident, Julia Mae Conlin, '31A; se- be secured to address the members
toJnicuie.Ah., VNSTOA l e rmBufl n et cretary, Catherine R. Pierce,31; and to demonstrate the technique
may e mde iththe S. I. E. will meet at 7:30 p. m. in room 302 Michigan Union. At 3 ern New York are invited to at-. and treasurer, Alexis, Lapteff, '30A 'of their work.
30a, mon.Ifthly insametp. m. a joint meeting of the S. I. E. and the A. S. -M. E. will be held in the tend the "All Buffalo" smoker tot ----* ------ ---- ----- -------
0,13.Ith arae-same room to hear Mr. E. K Wennerlund of the General Motors Corpo- b held at eight o'clock tonight in dl L YNCH CO
pootoaeausmnsration speak on "Industrial Engineering Problems in the Automobile thUnoateiiilScpad
arri natedjStemets" the Uin steiiilSapad_ MERRILL, L N H & CO
ilntenigSpebrIndustry." Anyone interested is cordially invited to attend. (Blade social activity of the year.S Members
an arrangement for 1929- Theta Sigma Phi m'eets at 5:00 p n t the Kappai Alphat Thet Several mhen prominent on campusl New York Stock Exchange
.s Edih mih oTte s- oue.have been secured to speak and a
ss EdtSitrhe a -_ou e Chicago Stck E c a ge
Ofiea n ieecp'1vre rga fetraetg reparation of the payrollsj Sigma Gamma "psilon will hold a luncheon at the Michigan Union has been arranged. The event is 114 Cleveland Stock Exchange
attention to other mat- at 12:15 p. m. ;a medium through which Buffalo; Detroit Stock Exchange
Smi and western New York men at thej New York Curb Market
Shirley W mt Varsity Band formation in uniform at Morris Hall 9:45 p. n. aqUinsted.ayNeamemror el
'he University telephones Christian Science Society meets at 7:30 tonight in the Upper Room' organization will be selected from 20 1 First Nate1 Bank Phone 4294 hl
day morning, October 28. of Lane Hall. t hse attending. __/./1,__,_,_'/"Y,.,_~_________________ . 'Q J
pany will indicate on each'~- .____ __________
phone the new dial number. Do not use the dial until Monday morn- Faculty Women's Club Reception,f
ing, and in the meantime call central and use the old numbers as in1 ballroom. Michigan Leazgue, 3 to 5t
the past. Teleplicne directories will be distributed before the new ,se osinooeain.o'clock.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary and Business Manager
COMING EVENTS i
Notice to all Deans and Department Heads: The Secretary's officeI
will have NO Student Directories for free distribution this year. If you, Forestry 191 will not. meet on Fi-i
office nedis a directory, please make requisition for as many as may, day, October 25.
be required through the purchasing department.
Herbert G. Watkins, Assistant Secretary.
______Forestry 194: The quiz scheduled
f or Wednesday, October 23, will be
Students College of Liteature, Science, and the Arts: No coursegieFrayOcor25at80
can be elected: for credit after Saturday. October 26.gieFrdyOcor25at80
W.V. Hlumphreys, Assistant Dean., ) oclock.
Fes han Group No. 99: Members of Freshmen Group No. 99 shoul C':ectie* Council of the liichii-
call ine at 8520 to arrange for consultations about the results of theirgnUi ilmeta .i.o
Fr shi- an Week examinations. a no ilme t4p 1.a
Margaret Van Duren i Friday in the Student Offices.
All-Campus Forum: President A. G. Ruthven will be unable to
rspeak today as planned. His discussion on the subject "When Is A Man
Edfucated" will be presented. Thursday, October 31, at 4.00 p. m. in Room
D, Alumni Memorial Hall.
Vegetarian Society: All interest-
ed in diet reform are invited to at-
tend the Vegetarian Supper in the
Cafeteria of the "Women's League
Exhibitioii of Mesopotanmian Objects: The attention of students Building, Monday, October 28, at 6
.uind faculty is called to the exhibition of Mesopotamian objects from P. in. For reservations dial 21751.
the excavations directed by Professor Leroy Waterman, which is now______
installed at the Toledo Museum of Art, Monroe Street and Scottwoodi
Avenue, Toledo, Ohio. This exhibition will be on view through Sunday, , Wennerlund to Talk
November 3. It is supplementedl by two silver vessels from the Tomb of
Queen rShu bad. About Auto 'Industry
U~niversity of M~ihiganm Offoicial Publication: The Editorial Office "Industrial Engineering Prob-
announces the issue of the University High School Bulletin for 1929-1930, len-s in the. Automobile Industry"
which is No. 23 of the University Official Bulletin, 'Volume XXXI. ; will be discussed by E. K. Wenner-
Ira M. Smith ,,lund, industrial engineer for the
iGeneral Motors corporation, at 8
EVENTS TODAY! o'clock tonight in the Union, be-
University Lecture: Natural Science Auditorium, 4:15 p. in., Mr. A. D.; fore a joint meeting of the stu-
INock, of Clare College, Cambridge University, England. Subject: "Trhe j dent branches of the Industrial
fleelopment of Mystery Religions and Their Relation to Chiristianity." Engineers and American Society of
Exhibition from the National Society* of Mural Painters, Arch!- Mr. Wennerlund, who is a grad-
tectural Building, daily from nine to five. uate of the University of Minne-
sota, has been a consulting engineer
hero 5: The Thursday 1-5 section will meet on October 24.i for many years. He received his
early experience from Harrington
Psychological Journal Club: Meets this evening, in Room 3120, Emmerson, noted engineer, when
Natural Science Building. Mr. Thuma will report on recent experiments he was employed by a railroad
on the auditory sensitivity of the white rat, and Mr. Padilla will report 1 shortly after leaving college.
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