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PAGE---G---THE....H...N.DA.LY SAT-RD....NOVEMBER.3.,...2.

Pulic~hation itn the Bulletin is coj,, r cet ucinti to all mn mbr
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi-
dent until :30 p. m. (11:30 a in. 'Saturday)
Memorial Servke for Dr. Victor C. Vaugn: This :-erVice is to be
hli n the Lydia MendelssolmiiThelatre Tuesday afternoon, Dccinbr
'3 at 4:00 o'clock, instead of in 1Hil1 Auditorium as was first annuned
in this column.
Aexander G. Hutnvn.
Faculty, College of Litrature. Sc a and the Arts: The Deent- -
ber meeting of the Literary F,,clty will be held Mt1onday, December 2,)
1929, at 4:10 p. m in Room 2225, ange ;il ;Mail.' Jbi1,lfz c
Fraternity anid Sorority Prr"idni.F Z' a'r r.ty and1 sorority presi-
dents must notify the Of rice of the Dan of Studets in writing, on or
before Decemnber 2, of any mnebers who hilivo been dropped since thec
beginning of the college tear. 0 riete gi-&6csofAthes e membes
will be charged against the fra ternitJ. or ',OrJ3Ty Whn the averages for
the scholarship chart are coputed.
, Extra-Curricular Ativi'es : Atntien r: js t*XIkecto tre following i
rule regarding participation in etra-c ur&:clar : .tirities: "The mana-
ger or chairman of every stud'ent activity i reinird t-o submit to the v
Chairman of the Committer- on Student Affairs a complete list of all
students who expect to partiipate, and to ascertain their eliibility be-
fore proceeding further wilth the e: terpritc. *o t~deatn ay tac part
in any public activity Unt ii ain o ieialcja1~'r t lca V co his or her el igbiityr
has been obtained by tke proper offi cr in charge of Lbat ativity."
J. A, Bursley, Chairn Ci um Itcleeon Student A CfLr,
Early Clasificaion for Ole Se~inl ,Krieste-cr: On I be re~onnen-
dationi of Professor Rich Director of (,,t .ifie tion, thec faculty of the
College of Literature, Science, and tWe Arts approved ..nd authorized r
early classification for the 'Second semester.
Plans are now well tinder way to pernit this wvork to begi.
Trhe Supplementary Aiuouicment for the second semester willx
probably be off the press before the ffist of 15)eeitubr, and the revis ed1
list of advisers for upprciass students is now ready. !
For the first few dy the worm: o, ( a.' fi< ti on will be limited to !r
seniors. Most seniors kew now wha4t thy wsh to take next semester,It
and they will be given an opportunity to uiaJc their elections as soon e
as the printed material necessary i avalale.
Seniors may thus avoid the crows that formerly accompanied the!
rush days of general cuasifxcati . Al;) thy will b givn first choice !
of -sections and courses.
The exact dlate when seniors moay start to (lasify will be annoucedl
in the Daly Official Bulletin sooni. Acodig to present plans, it is 1
hoped that thne work envy bein aboat Wc sa da y, Decemb~r .
After the Seniors have lad a 'few dlays to classify, the same oppor-I
tunity will be extended to Juniors, probably about December 9. Sopo-;q
mnores will begin about December 16. reshmlzen classifications will take
place at; the usual time early la January.
Seniors-: Chestr J1. lan ,15 im oiptrollr of the Budget, General I
Electric Company, Sev~lcenectac ly. w iI be ;ladl to i tevew senitlors inter- 1
ested ithe enral l~ee'riDi:i. s Jraii hog eCourse at t n lic Iieb an
Union onl Decemnbr 2. If deiee. ppintlincnt:; mtaay be tade thlrogh
the undersigned, Teephone Uui vrs,43.
*W, A. 11:41 .
All Sophoiorc 'Womeni itrc tcd ii wo~r ig n Ilco; tt)inIVfor the
Sophomore Cabaret wil IJIC <c ; i'i11me aoIlP6816 a soon as pobl. Work
begins Monday, Deecmber 2.r
Sallie kau nninger, Ciatnun of Co'tiuc, .
13't N 'S ThiiOPAYz
Exhibition of i2oters from lEnt?;)and, ran e lloland, GItaly,
Eiwitzerlan ci,?td ciItaly in arge ehibi tion room, rhtec tura I Bliii n g,
daily frorn 9 to 5 . i'lae public i: cordially invited.
Exhibition of original drawings and paintings by Amercan llus- I
trators, ground floor gallery, Architectral Building, daily, except Sun-
day, throughout Novemnbe.t
ALL Candidates for freshmain hockey report at the Michigan rik at;
p. ri. Saturday, -with skates. Only those with actual experience are ex- c
pectcd to come at this time.
Ed Lowry, Coach. !

C'hldei's h'f~rnCasses will meet "as sa~lt od4y .

A_ 10 o'clock),


4"ilre ~t 1(1 y ~n.d.
'X' ni;t 1 ii~lr :lor x' hetrin to Detroit ea aMorris INll l at

Women's Education Club will meet Moniday. DecemIber 2., at 41:00E
c lk inthe Woman's athletic Building. ProfctissorfMfficesk; -illlfblowt hl
ca'tion are c+rdcialItInvited.


Tk lix .j1.+ 4 r ,'.J VyTe12:10i this noon. Br ing music r ac1s. 'ig-jm Delta Clhi: M eeting at 41:30 clack. M onday at lhe Press ine department of journalism,
TJ'h~rc will be a short rehzcarsial at Morris Hal at 11:41 1,t06 morin;g. buldinl;. Matters pertaining to the Grid Banquet, and other buAine S, as in the past decade, is publish-
___are schieduled. Actives only. bug the official proceedings of this
'I'ie rJh-ieH4 llj nee; i MasnicTr'npl at'72 l~'~'year's meeting of the University
JutdtIIIit__-___iBld, h Mciancape Wo2 hnie's lResearch Club will mceet at 7:30 1).n., Monday. Dcemzber, r -lbo icia n oke
jniiatmliilo cal ad Mdeth mihiianc~s~is~cr ' tey13,C- 'inRoom 3024 MuseMui Building. Dr. Margaret Johnson 1LWill Speak onl!rs lbo Mcia nboi
Iit si~ywilltbe "held at 1:15 o'clock today., and wililbl fcllowed+ c by a "Weilt changes and energy transfornmation in man." form. The addresses, lectures, sym-
uani~a x; id will be ';vcen a.tt ihc Union this eveiitl. ____'_ poimlvi and minutes of the conx,


Ti1e Board of Directors of the Faculty Woman's Club will meet at
k-iic o'vloc k Monday, December 2, in the League Buildin~g.

vecnt ion will cozyprise the general
make .up of the book.
A r .,, c m iher c al fit- se..hnl £d of

17E("CticD;;.z :3a: The i ,St meeting of the class in Bact. 3a for t tc- ii utciic ,ut WVbV
-ury, ).a mic ,nd 2yaduate students will be held Mon aay, Deccir. a2. at T1tet' YndayEvning Dramna section of the l'aciliy Woenaa's Club the country, local libraries, stu-
1:00 'ciucik in Laboratory No. 3. East M1edicat.Buldinr (1 c ie prepared wtiill meet at the Women's League Building at 7:45 on M1Voniy vnireg dents of journalism, and member
wihnotclxooi, labor atory eoat, or gown and o. $5.00 Hygienic Laboratory, December 2. of the club are to r.a yeiv compli-
tur°ket~s oULabie at Treasurer's Office. No student will be enrolled a'' Dms eua etn ehl Wefr oiso h ouewe
this subject without presenting this ticket. M .ichigan Dns Rglrmeigwl ehl Monday, Dece-m zt~ycpe f h ouewe
beT 2, at 8:00 o'clock in the Cave Room of the La guueBuildingz. ; it is distributed within the net
1 reshmaxertfirls who m issed Physical Education ehs~fses on Mondmay, Initiation Ceremonies will be held at this meeting. Cards will eN two weeks. Word ha been received
or TueCsday. No'tvembe a ?)r5and &iP. musrport at4 o'clock MonCday, Do i play for those who will not be initiated at this time. All wives of stu- by prof. J. L. Brummna that former
,rcemb r 2, 1929, for tmake ti. dets arc welcomeo. i -.r on vbfffhIl~

d nor!lniaA Eiiiwt's 1Mr. Lang ToftC' e erl E ' lectr Jic in- 'oinopolita Club: 'Those who have inade applicat,4ionf} r mei-
paur ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~?,si oOSeetd ,N . ilb nRo 2 etEgneigBid nd have not been initiated are requested to be prc';ent ,Itthe
ingt on Tucsday jand Wf'Gednesday, l)eC:(Embe1r 3 an)t4, br thle purpose ofi iiz ition meeting to be heldt iniLanie Hall on Mvonday, Decemiber 2at
Interviewing rad 1uatin' Mclaicat l Engineers w"ho may be inter Steu" :4,00p n
veint shpoldtalwith hi .coLana/. Alsuetsfrwo3f O -sop Committee Meeting at the Michigan Union Sunday, Decem-
venint houl tak wth M. Lng.ber' 1, at 3:15 p. m.
EngneeiupStuidwjts: All are, invited to hear Mr. C. E.- Evel dth, ~-- ---
Probl entCoport enusryalEetri8:00 paMny, p eaker2, CDiscover
ViPres iiieCtrote Gnewrl Eletr :.il.CoM ay, eak nb "Huma n 0tsDicvr
Natural Scienee Auditorium. Wrls rnil
'i'he Elctriic' I Enwgineering Dept ment expectsall senior clectrlcal,5frlssrnil
A-. tb* V eurtl

xr:fe r nce iiiatc'ial of the IA irstas
xby ])rCOnu nenit lro~fesors theI( coull-
try over.
The costs ocithc arlier issues
were defrayed by voluntary con-
tributions by memibers of the club
but the expense is now born by the
convention registration fee.


Hlarry EUn-r 1 Panics, dsting uished sociologist and lecturer 4ac ~LNDN O.2.- e nn
mn mber of the faculty of Smith College, will speak con the subject' ciple in wireless reception was do-
WhtsWrong With Our Educational System?"Monday, December 2,n It wastled ethuay.twolr-
at. 8:00 p. in., Lane Hall, under the auspices of the Round 'Table Club. dce pre wsnclaimetitnwouldte
e~veryone invited. cprsn cogtin fth
_______ether to such an extent that it
1J, .U.llratnnan.t, Associate Secretary of the National Council for wolnbe500sain owr
Preventio" of War, will lecture Sunday, December 1, at 4 p. mn.ione ; between wave lengths of 300 to 600
Hall on "Is War Prcevetiible?"' Discussion will follow and all are web- meters, instead of the 25 stations'
ckic which may operate under preselvit
ThIe prilwile is the discovery ofi
Professor Edwin C. Clarke, of Oberlin College, will lect -re Monday, iTm>Pbisifre edo
Deebr2rt4 ~ nRo ~lAgelHl n"n nev iulla the wireless laboratories of the
gog ~prno"royal air force.t

wr lqwl - \ K

Dui ri, the Cliristnas holidays 1,
course in bitujuinous mai.terials andl
their use s lIIlt ayconstruction
,,.1c( s11ZtiliCiiall('e t 1 beI, of leree
TI 1'0" oykwhich will be"in).on
Dcen erx ~ 2f 13 1 c lextend througb
~.i~t'y v wll be :in charge of
Prol'. l. .P,1'm I( n s, of the high-.
wayl- 1!," (fit'o depart!1U' 1t:. The
ccUs'is Openl to 'ni1yone interested,
howecver, 11o U niversity credit will
be gr-ant cd. A Pc' of $10 will be re-
cjuifed of, o se ~cwho ac not al-.
ready: />c clei'its at, the Univer'sity.
T 'he (coLurse will be conpos5ed o."
ecturc.5, ll.)ora tory ipractice anId
assign'ed readting, . The nature, pro-
duction, and use of oils, tars and
asph~aiLi will be, covered. Pa'ticu -
lar cnmpiass S1;;v" l)be 1)10 (a'd uponu
bitt imt ..i,2 5 l)1"' .'f.c', 1ijichiding surt-
f'ace ti'eamn uts, mixed-in-place,
eons txuction, penetfration mracadl-
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