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cation in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
e University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi-
until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday)




No. 7

i Department Heads:
:indly call at the Secretary's office to O. K. the payrolls with the
ll clerk, BEFORE October 25. Also, please send to this office with
east possible delay, all recommendations for appointments of as-
its in order that their names may appear on the October payroll.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary
ty Directory Cards:
'he 1929-1930 Faculty Directory Cards supplied to the heads of the
us departments of the University are due in the Editorial Office,
Jason Hall, on Thursday, October 3. To insure the publication of
'aculty Directory at the time when most needed, it is requested
each department be prompt in returning their cards..
Ira M. Smih, Registrar
rsity Health Service:.
'he University supplies medical attention to regularly enrolled
nts whose tuition includes health service fee. This is
led only under the auspices of the University Health Service, lo-
east of the gymnasium. Students in the University High School
ome graduate students are' not included.
Mice Hours-The offices are open during regular class hours and
11 to 12 on Sundays and holidays.
nfirmary-The Health Service building is open at all times to ad-
tudents in need of bed care. Such students are urged to go
rather than remain in their rooms.
oom Calls-When a healtheService physician is desired for atten-
o a student in the city, day or night, the Health Service should be
through the campus telephone exchange. A small charge is
by the University of such room calls.
inancial Responsibility-The Health Service will not be financial-
sponsible for. medical attention given at the University Hospital
sewhere unless previous authorization is given. Such expense
lot be authorized if the attention can be supplied by the Health
ce directly.: Care outside of our infirmary will result in charges

Uxhibition of Mural Painters:
A collection of work by American mural painters is now hung in
the Architectural Building. It is open daily from 9 until 5, except-
ing Sundays. Visitors are cordially invited.
Emil Lorch
House Heads :
Closing hours are at 10:30 on week nights. Late permissions
must be asked for at the Advisers' Office before 5 P. M. This in-
cludes Friday night. Closing hours are at 1:30 on Friday nights, 12:30
on Saturday and 11 on Sunday.
Elizabeth De Vol, Chairman of Board of Representatives
Prospective Teachers of English:
The Comprehensive English Examination will be held at 9:00
o'clock, Saturday morning, October 5. All seniors majoring in Eng-
lish who are candidates for the teacher's certificate should take the
examination at this time. Minors in English are not required to take
the examination, but are strongly advised to do so.
C. D. Thorpe

New Courses Offered:
Accident Prevention and Safety Engineering. Mechanical En-IO
gineering 52. Two hours credit. Open to all. No prerequisites. Hours
to be arranged.
Freshmen classifiers should note that this course is open to fresh-
men. I~RE OWNE
Personnel Problems in Engineering. Mechanical Engineering 53.
Three hours credit. Not open to freshmen. No prerequisites. Hours
to be arranged.
These courses are accepted as technical electives by all depart-

For further information see G. L. Jensen, Room 239 West En-
gineering Bldg., or 325 West Engineering Bldg.
G. L. Jensen, Instructor in Mech. Eng.
Assignment of Desks in General Chemistry. (Chemistry 3, 5, and 5E:
Each student must obtain two $5 Chemical Laboratory Coupons atTC
the office of the University Treasurer, and then report at the first pos-
sible laboratory period assigned to his section after the opening of theI
University. No desk can be given out without the Coupons. IRe
P. F. Weatherill I



cognized as Authority on Early
Civilization Such as Greece
and Rome

School of Music Orchestra:
Students desiring to "try-out" for the School of Music Orchestra English 131:
which meets daily at 3 o'clock at Morris Hall, State Street,. should English 131 will meet in 2219 Angell Hall instead of 225 Angell Hall.
report at once. No fee is charged and credit will be allowed those who John R. Reinhard

JosephE. Maddy

Chemistry 135 (Advanced Theoretical and
Meeting in my office (426 Chem. Bldg.)

Physical Chemistry):
Wednesday, October 2, at

Scabbard and Blade: 5 o'clock to arrange hours.
There will be a meeting Wednesday evening, October 2, at 7:30 J. H. Hodges
in room 302, Michigan Union.
C. Moyer Chemistry 3, Lecture Section 1:
All students who have elected the above course, which includes
Change of Address: laboratory and recitation sections 1 to.9 inclusive, must attend lectures
Any student who has changed his address and telephone number every Tuesday and Thursday at '8 ii Room 165 Chemistry Building.
since registering in the University mays have this correction made D. M. Lichty
for the Student Directory. by calling at the Michiganensian editorial
office any afternoon this week. Polish Literature in English:
Wallace Wessels, Acting Editor, Student Directory Polish 141 is scheduled for 2 o'clock in Room 2019 Angell' Hall,

Prof. John G. Winter, PhD, a
member of the University faculty
for the past twenty-five years in
the Literary college and appointed
a year ago as head of the Latin
and Greek departments, is the first
incumbent to receive the Thomas
Spencer Jerome foundation for the
further development of life in early
Professor Winter left Ann Arbor
immediately following the closeof
the summer session of the Univer-
sity and has visited Holland where
his wife resides, and several other
European countries previous to the
beginning of his lectureship at the
American Academy in Rome, Italy.
He will be away for one year, his
duties being taken up in the mean-.
time at the University by James E.
Dunlap, PhD, assistant professor in
the department.
Although no official word has
been received here concerning the,
nature of Professor Winter's lec-
tTres in Rome, it is thought by
members of the Literary college
faculty that his subjects willfall
within the bounds of "Life in Early
Tines," with special emphasis on
Greece and Rome.

Fraternities, Sororities, and Other Organizations:
All fraternities and campus organizations whose list of members
did not appear int the 1928 Student Directory, by presenting such a
list in typewritten form at the Michiganensian. editorial office before
Thursday, October 3rd., may have the necessary space in the organi-
zation section of the book. Sororities, who do not pledge until Sun-
day, October 6, must present their lists on Monday, October 7.
Wallace Wessels, Acting Editor, Student Directory

Warren E. Forsythe, M. D., Director

ge of Literature, Science and the Arts; Elections in Education:
Attention is called to the rule of the Faculty that only those lit-
y students who have been admitted to candidacy for the teacher's
ficate may 'take Education for credit toward the A. B. degree. Ap-
tion for admission'may be made to the Committee on the Teach-,
Certificate MTWTH at 4:00,.Room 2026, Angell Hall.1
John R. Effinger
tlty, School of Education:
The first faculty meeting of the academic year will be held on
day, October 7, at 4:10 o'clock in the Physics Lecture Room (Room I
-first floor) if the University High School building. Please note
ge of place.
C. O. Davis, Secretary
ol of Education-Changes of Elections:
Changes of elections may be made Thursday and Friday, October
d 4. Changes must be made in the office of the Recorder of the
ol of Education, Room 105 Tappan Hall.
Membership in a class does not cease nor does membership in a
begin until all changes have been officially registered in 'the office
ie Recorder of the School of Education. Arrangements made with,'
nstructor only are not official changes.
After October 4, changes should still be made in Room 105 Tappan
but only after payment of a fee of. one dollar.
Elizabeth B. Clark, Recorder
ol of Education-Changes of Sections:
Changes of sections or of instructors should be reported at the
e of the School of Education, Room .105 Tappan Hall, 'as soon as
have been made;..
Elizabeth B. Clark, Recorder,
.ents of the College of Pharmacy:
There will be a general assembly of all students of the College
harmacy at 4:10 Thursday, October 3, in Room 151, Chemistry and
rmacy Building. This meeting takes precedence over all other en-

'Varsity Band:
The regular rehearsal will take place tonight at Morris Hall
7:15. New men, Freshmen, and old men are to report promptly.
Elbert E. Trail, Asst. Mgr.

not (as originally announced) in Room 2013 Angell Hall.
T. Mitana -
Math. III, section ,2, will meet at 10 M.W.F. in room 2019 Angell
Those interested in Math. 195 will meet at 9 on Thursday in
room 3201 Angell Hall.
Math. 217 will meet for conference regarding hours on Wednes-
day at 3 in room 3001, Angell Hall.
R. L. Wilder
Nineteenth Century Fiction:
The first meeting of the extension class in nineteenth century
fiction, to be taught by Professor S. F. Gingerich will meet Wednes-
day evening at 7 P. M. in 2225 Angell Hall. University students will
not be admitted.
S. F. Gingerich
French 113:
Section 5 of French 113, TTS at 11:00 o'clock, Room 206 RL, Mr.


C. C. Glover, Secretary

Lental Students:
You are requested to submit your elections card to Miss Walling-
in the School of Dentistry if it is your intention to complete your
ental work in two years.
Marcus L. Ward, Dean
ral Union Concerts:
The fifty-first annual Choral Union Concert Series will include the
wing artists and organizations:
Oct. 15-Giovanni Martinell, Tenor.
Oct. 30-Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Ossip Gabrilowitsch, Con-
Nov. 7-Ignace Jan Paderewski, Pianist.
Nov. 19-The English Singers of London. Flora Mann, Nellie Car-
Lillian Berger, Cuthbert' Kelly, Norman Stone, Norman Notley.
Dec. 3-Lener-Budapest String Quartet. Jeno Lener, Joseph
lovits, 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, Con-

'Varsity Band:
There will be drill for all men at Ferry Field this afternoon at 4:30.
Joe Narrin, Drum Major
Varsity Glee Club Tryouts:,.
All men interested in Glee Club work are urged to try out before
the Club's Director, Theodore Harrison, at the earliest possible hour
listed below:
Wed., October 2, 7:15 to 8:15 Room 308 Michigan Union.
Thurs., October 3, 4:30 to 5:30 Room 206 School of Music.
Thurs., October 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 one of these hours as well as new men.
L. M. Goodspeed, Manager I
Forestry Club:
The Forestry Club will hold" the initial meeting of the year Wed-
nesday at 7:30 P. M. in room 2039 N. S. Bldg.
All members and prospective freshman foresters are urged to at-
H. W. Schneider, Sec.
Junior Class-School of Education:
There will be an organization meeting sof. the class of '31, Wednes-
day afternoon, October2nd, at 4 o'clock in the auditorium of the
University High School. This is an important meeting and every
member should plan to attend. Council members will be elected and
business of general interest transacted.
S. A. Courtis, Faculty Advisor
Economics 221-Seminary in Labor:
Organization meeting today (Wednesday) at 5 p. m. in Room 205
Economics Bldg.
Carter Goodrich !
Solid Geometry, Math. 6 (old Math. Z): ;
All students taking this course in the Colleges of Engineering
and Architecture will meet in Room 317, West Engineering Building,
at 5:00 o'clock P. M., Wednesday, -October 2, to arrange hours. It
is important that all students taking this% course be present at this
L. J. Rouse
Physics 147:
First meeting will be the Laboratory Section, Thursday at 1 P. M.
in room 2069 East Physics Building. The text book is "Electrical Meas-
urements in Theory and Application" by A. W. Smith. Bring ,ext
book and note book.
R. A. Sawyer
New; Sectigps in Speech:
The following sections in Speech have been opened:
Speeh 31I
Section 13, M.W.F., 3:00 P. M. Room 4203 Angell Hall.
Section 14,. M.W.F., 9:00 A. M. Room 302 Mason Hall.
Speech 32j
Section 5, M.W.F., 2:00 P.M.. Room 4203 Angell Hall.
G. E. Densmore
Chamber Music, B33:
All students who have'registered for the course in Chamber Mu-
sic, School of Music B33, are requested to meet Friday, October 4, at
4:00 P. M. in Studio 218, School of Music to arrange for future hours
of meeting. -'HnsPc
Hanns Pick
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

Herman, will not be offered.

Mechanical Engineering 52:
There will be a meeting of this class at 7:00 P.
October 2, in Room 239 West Engineering Building.
Mechanical Engineering 53:
There will be a meeting of this class at 7:30 P.
October 2, in Room 239 West Engineering Building.
English 230: Spenser and His Age:
The first meeting of this course will be held at
day afternoon, October 3, 2219 Angell Hall, when the
semester will be criosen.

M. on Wednesday,
G. L. Jensen
M. on Wednesday,
G. L. Jensen .
4:00 P. M., thurs-
class hours for the

f ~M P. Tilley 3;3
Michigan Union Opera Choruses and Cast:
Everyone trying out for the Michigan Union Opera dance chorus,
singing chorus, or cast must have 'his voice tried before he will be x
chosen for any work in the opera. This does not mean everyone in
the show must sing but we must have a record of his.vocal ability.
Tryouts will be held Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from four till
five-thirty and from seven-thirty till nine. The room number will be
posted on the bulletin board in-the lobby of the Union. Only sopho-
mores, juniors, and seniors are eligible. Anyone not .able to meet the
above mentioned schedule of tryouts. may have a special hearing by
phoning 2-1617. Assciat"d Press Phnl
Roy S. Langham, Conductor Mrs. Virgil McClure
Of Lexington, Kentucky, who was
Michigan Union Opera Orchestra: elected national president of the
Everyone planning to tryout for the Michigan Union Opera Or- American War Mothers at the con-
chestra should communicate with Roy S. Langham at phone 2-1617 as vention held recently in Louisville.
soon as possible toarrange a time--
for tryouts. The orchestra will be
selected immediately but will not go
into regular rehearsals till the mid-
dle of November. CRNWELL C(A L K - E
Roy S. Langham, Conductor

Having compiled the book "As-
pects of Roman History" from the
scattered notes of the late Jerome,
Professor Winter was giventhe first
incumbency of the foundation in
recognition 'for his contribution to
modern education.
Heads War Mothers

P. E. Bursley

All Seniors:
Seniors of all colleges are urged
to obtain photographers receipts at
the Michiganensian Ofice in, the
Press Bldg., and to make appoint-
ments with the Official Photo-
graphers as soon as possible for pic-
tures to appear in the Michiganen
Sam F. Atkins, Business Manager

and ticket order blanks may be procured at the
ynard Street.
Charles A. Sink

I Recitals:
ecitals will be given on the Frieze Memorial Organ in Hill Audi-
n by Palmer Christian, University Organist, each Wednesday
loon at 4:15 o'clock during the University year, unless otherwise
inced. No admission charge.
he audience is requested to be seated on time as the doors will be
during numbers. For obvious reasons, children will not be ad-
he program for the first recital Wednesday, October 3, as follows:
ollins: Concert Overture in C Major; Grieg-Christian: Nocturne;
: Allegro (Symphony No. 6); Corelli: Prelude; Bach: Toccata
Fugue in D. Minor; Karg-Elert: Benediction; Gigout: Scherzo;
ni: Finale (Act II, "Madame Butterfly); Schubert: Marche Mili-


Athletic committee is seating the
freshmen in a different fashion at
the football ,games this year. In-
stead of a separate section, they
are going to be scattered around
the stadium. This is being done to
inspire a better cheering section.
YALE.-The back-to-New Haven
movement. has been warmly sec-
onded by President MacCracken of
Vassar who says that Yale students
should only be allowed one' week-
end a month away and that to be
awarded on the basis of scholastic

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Charles A. Sink

History 3:
Due in part to a miscount, and
duplicate cards, we closed History
students. Students still wishing to
port directly to me in Room 4, U. H
more students in this course.

t Council:
ere will be a meeting of the Council on Wednesday at seven-
It is necessary that all members be present.
Ernest Reif, President

in part to the receipt of several
3. too soon, turning away many
elect History 3 will please re-
. There is now room for several
D. L. Rich

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