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THE MICHIAN DALY __

FICIL BULLETIN

blication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
the. University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi-
nt until 3:30 p. m. (;1:30 a. m. Saturday)

ol., XL

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1929

No. 6

to "A4

' for the Information of all Mem-

7g of so-called "atceptances" for amounts of salary not}
as reached a point where it has proved unfortunate in a
dividual cases and has in general been carried far be-
pose for which it was designed namely, to meet an oc-
us emergency. As a result, the Deans, in conference,
it best to advise the following changes in administration:
et shortages of funds which are most likely to occur at
of the academic year, after the long vacation, accept-
salary due October 31 will be issued on or after October
tion at the Business Office.
the month of October, in any academic year, accept-
issued by the Business Office only on written recom-
the Dean of the School or College in which the staff
k lies, or on written recommendation of the Head of the
ision or group when this work lies outside a School or,

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Predental Students:
You are requested to submit your elections card to Miss Walling-
ton in the School of Dentistry if it is your intention to complete your
predental work in two years.
Marcus L. Ward, Dean
University Women:
On questions of Physical Education exemptions and deferments
see Dr. Bell in Office 13, Health Service, Tuesday, 2:00 to 4:00 P. M.
Margaret Bell M. D.
Choral Union Concerts:
The fifty-first annual Choral Union Concert Series will include the
following artists and organizations:
Oct. 15-Giovanni Martinell, Tenor.
Oct. 30-Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Ossip Gabrilowitsch, Con-
ductor.
Nov.'7-Ignace Jan Paderewski, Pianist.
Nov. 19-The English Singers of London. Flora Mann, Nellie Car-
son, Lillian Berger, Cuthbert Kelly, Norman Stone, Norman Notley.
Dec. 3-Lener-Budapest String Quartet. Jeno Lener, Joseph
Smilovi.ts, Sandor Roth, Imre Hartman.
Dec. 10-Claudia Muzio, Soprano.
Jan. 16--Jascha Heifetz, Violin.
Jan. 31-Vladimir Horowitz, Piano.
Feb. 12-Elizabeth Rethberg, Soprano.
Mar. 10-Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Ossip Gabrilowitsch, Von-
ductor.
Announcements and ticket order blanks may be procured at the
School of Music, Maynard Street.
Charles A. Sink
Students of the College of Pharmacy:
There will be a general assembly of all students of the College
of Pharmacy at 4:10 Thursday, October 3, in Room.151, Chemistry and
Pharmacy Building. This meeting takes precedence over all other en-
gagements.
C. C. Glover, Secretary
R. 0. T. C. Drill:
All R. O. T. C. drill will be held on the plot of ground just south of
Yost Field House. Students enrolled in the R. O. T. C. must report
for drill on the day they have elected. Roll call will be held at 3:15
P.M.
Basil D. Edwards L
Students in Aeronautical Engineering:
All students taking courses in Aeronautical Engineering for which
the hours are to be arranged will please meet in Room 308 East En-
gineering Building, at 4:00 p. m., on Tuesday, October 1.
E. A. Stalker
Organ Recitals:
Recitals will be given on the Frieze Memorial Organ in Hill Audi-
torium by Palmer Christian, University Organist, each Wednesday
(Continued on Page Twelve)

It is hoped that emergencies may be met thus without hardship to
y one, and that the habitual use of the acceptance-which is ex-
isive and in general disadvantageous-will disappear.
The above changes in regulations will be effective with respect to
University payrolls on and after October 1, 1929.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary and Business Manager
iversity Health Service:
The University supplies medical attention to regularly enrolled
dents whose whose tuition includes health service fee. This is
plied only under the auspices of the University Health Service, lo-'
ed east of the gymnasium. Students in the University High School
I some graduate students are not included.
Office Hours-The offices are open during regular class hours and
,m 11 to 12 on Sundays and holidays.
Infirmary-The Health Service building is open at all times to ad-
students in need of bed care. Such students are urged to go
re rather than remain in their rooms.
Room Calls-When a health Service physician is desired for atten-'
n to a student in the city, day or night, the Health Service should be
led through the campus telephone exchange. A small charge is
de by the University of such room calls.
Financial Responsibility-The Health Service will not be financial-
responsible for medical attention given at the University Hospital
elsewhere unless previous authorization is given. Such expense
1 not be authorized if the attention can be supplied by the Health
vice directly. Care outside of our infirmary will result in charges
the patient.
Warren E. Forsythe, M. D., Director
lege of Literature, Science and the Arts; Elections in Education:
Attention is called to the rule of the Faculty that only those lit-
,ry students who have been, admitted to candidacy for the teacher's
tificate may take Education for credit toward the A. B. degree. Ap-
cation for admission may be made to the Committee on the Teach-
s Certificate MTWTH at' 4:00, Room 2026, Angell Hall.
J1ohn R. Effinger
tion of the Administrative Board:
The Administrative Board of the College of Literature, Seience,
dI the Arts has taken the following action:
Charles Theodore Andrews has been expelled from this College
ran attempt to get, from n employe of ,the Printing and Binding
Partment, an advance copy of examination questions in Methematics

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Action of the Administrative Board:
The Administrative Board of the College of Literature, Science, and
the Arts has taken the following action:
David C.. Finley has been suspended for the first semester of the
present academic year and recorded with an E in Chemistry 3 because
of dishonesty in the final examination in that course.
W. R. Humphreys
Action of the Administrative Board:
The Administrative Board of the College of Literature, Science,
andi the Arts has taken the following action:
Jeanette Vinacow has been suspended indefinitely and recorded,
with a grade of E in French 102 because of dishonesty in the written
work of ,that course.
W. R.'Humphreys
Assignment to Sections, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
Beginning this (Tuesday) morning students will no longer be as-
signed to limited sections in the classification room. For permission
to enter a limited section, the student will in each case be referred
to the department, conernd.
D. L. Rich
Changes of Elections, College of Literature, Science and the Arts:
Changes of courses may be made only on special blanks which'
may be secured in Room 4, University Hall. These blanks give the
necessary information concerning the precedure to be followed.
Changes of sections within a course do not constitute a change of
elections. Such changes of sections within a course need only the ap-
proval of the department concerned, and need not be reported to the
Registrar's Office.
D.,L. Rich

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