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LLETIN 'IIUniversity Loan Committee: Intercollegiate Debaters: ;Adephi house of Reres
The University Loan Committee will meet on Wednesday. October All people who wish to be considered for the intercollegiate de- The House will conven
n) -;2, and Thursday, October 3, at 2:00 P. M., in Room 2, University Hall. bating teams, men's or women's, should be present at the first meeting at 7:30. All members sh
yh I All applicants for loans whose names begin with the letters A of Course 81 on Tuesday, October 1, 1929, Room 3209, at 1 o'clock. tend.
year, unless otherwise L should appear before the Committee on Wednesday, and those J. M. O'Neill Nathan Levy, 8
whose names begin with the letters M to Z. on Thursday. Anplicants'


e as the doors will be,
ildren will not be ad-

he program for the first recital Wednesday, October 3, as follows:r
ollins: Concert Overture in C Major; Grieg-Christian: Nocturne;
Allegro (Symphony No. 6); Corelli: Prelude; Bach: Toccata
SFuguein D. Minor; Karg-Elert: Benediction; GigOut: Scherzo;
11: Finale (Act II, "Madame Butterfly);, Schubert: Marche Mili-

vva~c A"~L a5 a AL aa "WaA ~ v z, W& s . aw . s ta w+
should arrange for an appointment with the Committee through the
office of the Dean of Students.
J. A. Bursley, Chairman
Junior and Senior Men in Physical Education:
Junior and senior men in physical education who have not re-
ceived assignments in Directed Teaching should see me at the earliest

Student Council: Opera try-outs:
There will be a meeting of the Council on Wednesday at seven- There will be a meeting of all
thirty. It is necessary that all members be present.dny--outs for cast, choruses, and
Ernest Reif, President committees of the 1929 Opera Wed-
nesday. October 2, at 4 P. M. in the
Faculty Women's Club Directors: Mincs Theater.
The board of directors of the Faculty Women's Club will meet at Robert Manss, General Chairman


Charles A. Sink


'pective Majors in Speech:
All students who wish to be accepted as majors of speech should
t Psychology 33 instead of Psychology 31.
J. M. O'Neill
uired Hygiene, Upperclass Women:
The first hygiene lecture will be given in Sarah Caswell Angell
-Barbour Gymnasium, Tuesday, October 1. Bring notebooks.
Margaret Bell, M. D.
nen MIajoring in Physical Education:
Women students who are considering a .transfer into the De-
,ment of Physical. Education, School of Education, should consult
me as soon as possible in my .office, room 3, Waterman Gym-
Laurie E. Campbell
sics 213, Introduction to Theoretical Physics:
Preliminary meeting for this course will be held .on Wednesday,
>ber 2, at 11 o'clock in room 1041 East Physics Building.
Otto Laporte
lianical Engineering 40: ' I
Students enrolled in this course will please meet in my office,
n 239 W. Engineering Building, Tuesday, October 1, at 12:15. A
will be taken through the Sparks-Withington Radio Plant, Jack-

opportunity for such assignments. Marbruck Tea Shop at 1 P. M., Thursday, October 3.
E. E.Wieman Mrs.G. Carl Huber Portia Literary Society:
The first regular meeting of
English 31, Section 12: School of Music Orchestra: Portia will be held on Tuesday eve-
The class will meet in Room 2023, Angell Hall. -. Students desiring to "try-out" for the School of Music Orchestra ning at 7:30 P. M. Everyone is
R. Bennett Weaver ? which meets daily at 3 o'clock at Morris Hall, State Street, should urged to attend.
report at once. No fee is charged and credit will be allowed those who
English 131: qualify. Fraternities, Sororities, and Othei
English 131 will meet in 2219 Angell Hall instead of 225 Angell Hal. Joseph E. addy Organizations:
fnhn ._ .ainPhn-rd,.


ATryouts for 'Varsity Band:
AdvancedTheoretical and Physical Chemistry, Course 135 All new men and Freshmen are to report to Ferry Field for drill
This course will be In charge of Dr. Hodges. Hours to be arranged. this afternoon at 4:30. No instruments.
All new men and Freshmen are to report to Morris Hall tonight at
7:15 P. M. There will be a short social hour followed by tryouts. Bring!
Frenc III:instruments.
Students who were enrolled in French III, section 1, 9:00 o'clocki Elbert E. Trail, Asst. Mgr.
MF, under Mr. Dow, are requested to see me as soon as possible, room ______
102 RL, hours 8:30-9:00 and 1:30-2:00 o'clock.
P. E Burle~y Varsity Glee Club:
All men interested in Glee Club work are urged to try out before
the Club's Director, Theodore Harrison, at the earliest possible hour'
Prospective Teachers of English: listed below:_
The Comprehensive English Examination will be held at 9:00 Tues., October 1, 4:30 to 5:30, Room 206, School of Music.
o'clock, Saturday morning, October 5. All seniors majoring in Eng- Tues., October 1, 7:15 to 8:15, Room 308, Michigan Union.
lish who are candidates for the teacher's certificate should take the Wed., Oct. 2, 7:15 to 8:15, Room 308, Michigan Union.

All fraternities and rnnii i. N J.lus a-,

examination at this time. Minors in English are not required to take
the examination, but are strongly advised to do so.
C. D. Thorpe
Assignment of Desks in General Chemistry (Chemistry 3, 5, and 5E:
Each student must obtain two $5 Chemical Laboratory Coupons at
the office of the University Treasurer, and then report at the first pos-
sible laboratory period assigned to his section after the opening of the
University. No desk can be given out without the Coupons.
P. F. Weatherill


Thurs., October 3, 4:30 to 5:30, Room 206, School of Music.
Thurs., Oct. 3, 7:15 to 8:15, Room 308, Michigan Union.
All those who sang with the Club last year and wish to continue
this year must appear during tne of these hours as well as all new
L. M. Goodspeed, Manager

C. B. Gordy

v Courses Offered:
Accident Prevention and Safety Engineering. Mechanical En-
ering 52. Two hours credit. Open to all. No prerequisites. Hours
e arranged.
Freshmen classifiers should note that this course'is open to fresh-
Personnel Problems in Engineering. Mechanical Engineering 53.
ee hours credit. Not open to freshmen. No prerequisites. Hours
oe arranged.
These courses are accepted as technical electives by all depart-
For further information see G. L. Jensen, Room 239 West En-
-ering Bldg., or 325 West Engineering Bldg.
G. L. Jensen, Instructor in Mech. Eng.
lish 230, Spenser and His Age:.
The first meeting of this course will be held at 4:00 P. M., Thurs-
afternoon, Angell Hall, when the class hours for the semester will
M. P. Tilley
-siology I, for Students in Physical Education:
The first meeting of the classes on Physiology I will be held at
o'clock Wednesday, October "second, in room 4001 East Medical:

Required Physical Education for Women:
All classes in sports, restricted activities, meet at Women's Ath-
letic Building.
All dancing classes, beginning swimming classes and individual
gymnastics, meet at Barbour Gymnasium.'
Advanced swimming classes meet at the Michigan Union Pool.
Margaret Bell, M. D.
Education D 110 (English 196):
This class will meet in two sections as follows:
9:00, M.W.F., 303 Romance Language.
3:00, M.W.F., 2219 Angell Hall.
C. D. Thorpe
Gargoyle Staff Meeting:
There will be a meeting of the editorial staff and tryouts of thej
Gargoyle at 4:00 P. M. today.
E. Jerome Ellison, Editor

'Varsity Band:
Drill this afternoon at Ferry Field at 4:30 sharp.
Elbert E. Trail, Asst. Mgr.
Notice to Women:
Anyone wishing to sell candy for the Women's League at the candy
3 booth in University Hall for an hour or more a week please call Erwilli
Schneider immediately. Dial 2-1716. You will earn an activity p.oint.I
Erwilli Schneider, Chai'man
Scabbard and Blade:
There will be a meeting Wednesday evening, October 2, at 7:30{
in room 302, Michigan Union.
C. Moyer
Junior Girls' Play Manuscripts:
Manuscripts for the junior girls' play may be submitted today atj
the Women's League office in the League building.
Helen Jones, General Chairman
The Michigan Technic:
There will be a meeting of all staff members and tryouts of The
Michigan Technic at 8:00 o'clock Tuesday evening,. October 1st., in the'
} publication offices.
Edward R. Nell, Managing Editor
Change of Address:
Any student who has changed his address and telephone number
since registering in the University may have this correction made.
for the Student Directory by calling at the Michiganensian editorial
office any afternoon this week.
Wallace Wessels, Acting Editor, Student Directory

ganizations whose list of members
did not appear in the 1928 Student
Directory, by presenting such a list
in typewritten form at the Michi-
ganensian editorial office before
Thursday, October 3rd., may have
the necessary space in the organi-
zation section of the book. Sorori-
ties, who do not pledge until Sun-
day, October 6, must present their
lists on Monday, October 7.
Wallace Wessels,
Acting Editor, Student Directory
Hawaiians Menaced
By Volcanic Quakes
(fly Associatedl Press)
HILO, Hawaii, Sept. 30.-Having.
experienced more than 200 earth-
quakes in a week, the populace of
the western part of the island of
Hawaii, today awaited with some
apprehension the coming of more
temblors and the eruption of its
volcanoes as predicted by Dr..
Thomas A. Jaggar, volcanologist.
A series of quakes ending at 8
o'clock Sunday morning was fol-
lowed by Dr. Jaggar's latest predic-
tion. The volcanologist asserted
western Hawaii probably would be
visited by shocks more severe than
those of the. last week, but that
they doubtless woul come at long-
er intervals than those already felt,
Twenty-five shocks were felt in the
series ending this morning.
Although the shock of last
Thursday seemingly caused more
damage than any other thus far,
Hilo got its greatest shaking Satur-
day, when streets were ripped open,
buildings moved on their founda-
tions and walls cracked.
Dr. Jaggar has predicted that at
least one and possibly all the prin-
cipal volcanic mountains of -west-
ern Hawaii will erupt. These are
Mauna, Loa, Kilauea and Hualalai.
The latter. has been dormant since

R. Gesell

Organic Chemistry, Course 167: la
course is intended to parallel Course 165, 2 hours credit, and thi
charge of Dr. Bachmann. Special attention will be given to op
opics of importance in modern organic chemistry. See an- ca
ent on bulletin board near Room 272 Chemistry Building. O
be arranged at the first meeting. im
M. Gomberg

otice, Upperclassmen:
The Postofflce is. making up a new directory of sttidents. It
ust ge made complete as soon as possible. The regular student di-
ectory comes out too late to benefit us. We have found that a very
rge percentage of old students move from the quarters occupied
te preceding year. Therefor all OLD STUDENTS are asked to co-
erate with us and fill out address cards as soon as possible. The
ards may be secured at Station No. 1, in' the Arcade, or at the Main
flice. Last year's directories will be obsolete after Sept. 30th. Your
nmediate response may save much delay in the delivery of your mail.
A. C. Pack, Postmaster











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