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OCTO'f 5, 1929

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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Publication in the Bulletin is constructive
of the University. Copy received by the
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturda
Vol XL SATURDAY, OCTOBER

notice to all members
Assistant to the Presi-
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TO CARRY OUT WORK

5, 1929 L:

No. 6

UNDERTAKEN BY S. C A,'

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1929
Faculty, Colleges of Literature, Science and the Arts:
The first meeting of the Literary Faculty for the year
Monday afternoon, October 7th, at 4:10 P. M. in Room
Hall. Election of Committee members.

No. 6 JOHN E. WEBSTER F
STUDENT STAFF I
will be held ORGANIZATION

CHOOSES
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John R. Effinger

CABINET POSTS FILLED
Bauschard, Kline, Holmes, Brumm,

The "Will of the Wind," an all
American designed and built glider
is shown in flight shortly after its
completion by Clarence M. Cool.
and Dewey Bonbrake of Kansaa
City, Kansas. Cook is an indi-
vidual member of the National
Painting Exhibition
To Stay Until Oct. 2

5IGNED GLIDER Four Additions Made
WIND" HAS TRYOUT To Board of Directors
On Law Publication
Four additional men have been FEATURES NEW Bt1II
> { appointed to places on the board of
~ editors of the Law Review accord-
ing to an announcement made yes- Although the fall social season in
terday by Prof. Burke Shartel. An Aro of fft a m re r less
'~ : ~ .: h o seA n n A rb o r g o t of t o a m ore o r
Toenamed included Robert J.fiil tr as ekthgetr
1'. Clendenin, Ralph M. Jones,Gereofiilsatatwekthfaue
. ~William Ott, and Joel K. Riley. All of the grand opening of dances w, .
are senior law students, offered last night at Granger',;
More than four hundred invita- when the management presented
K = tions have been sent to former Dan Russoe and his Oriole orches-
members of the Law Review boards
to attend the annual banquet held tra in a program of the late.
in honor of the new members dance numbers and novelties.
Glider Association. The glider has which will be given in the Law- More than 200 couples were pres-
shown good possibilities in test yers' Club at 6:30 o'clock tonight.
flights, having kept up a sustained Lewis P. Haller, a former board ent last night when the music go,
glide of a minute in the hands of a member and now a Chicago attor- under way. Russo's orchestra,
beginner under indifferent condi- ney, will deliver the main address. mous as a broadcasting organiz:1-
tions. It is predicted by the de- Dean Henry M. Bates of the Law tion organization will be in Ann
signer that the model can be re- school will talk, and Norman O. A
produced at the low figure of $750. Tietjens, '30L, will represent the;Arbor again tonght, thei inalap-
-.------students. Professor Shartel will I pearance on the present engage-
Arbor Art Association, the display act as toastmaster. ment.
will be open daily from 1:30 o'clock - -ill
to 5:00. in the West Gallery of
Salumni Memorial Hall.

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Freshman Women, Hygiene Lectures: Boesche, and Cook Form
Lectures begin Monday, October 7, Sarah Caswell Angell Hall, l Committee'
4:00 P. M. Remaining lectures and examination are on each Monday
at 4:00 P. M. until October 18. Announcement was made yester-
Margaret Bell, M. D. day of the six men appointed gom-
mittee chairman of the StudentI
Entering Sophomores and Upperclass Women, Hygiene Lectures: Christian association, ay John E.
The second Hygiene Lecture will be Tuesday, October 9, at 4:00 Webster, '30, president of the or-+
o'clock in Sarah Caswell Angell hall (Barbour Gymnasium). Please ganization. The men chosen and
bring bluebooks. their committees are: Fred G.
Margaret Bell, M. D. Bauschard, '30, faculty; Harley,
Kline, '30, devotional service;
University Women: Robert W. Holmes, '30, extension;
The announcement of dancing from 9 to 1 o'clock Saturday night John M. Brumm, '31, foreign; Fene-
at Granger's Academy does not affect the regular closing hour es- lon W. Boesche, '31, forum; and
tablished by the Women's League. Houses close at 12:30 on Saturday Donald C. Cook, '31, freshman. In t
night. 4 addition to these appointments, 1
Grace Richards Holmes and Kline were made sec-
retary and treasurer respectively ofj
Choral Union Concert Tickets : the organization.
The "Over the counter" sale of all remaining course tickets will The functions of the committee
begin Monday morning, October 7, at 8:30 o'clock, at "the School of are as follows: the faculty com-
Music, Maynard Street, and will continue as long as the supply lasts. mittee will provide a plan whereby
Charles A. Sink professors and associates will be
sent around to be guests of differ-1
ent fraternities at dinner thus en-
English 231 (Studies in Romantic Poets): I abling the students to keep in close+
The class will meet Monday at 8:00 P. M. instead of 7:00 P. M. contact with members of the fac-
as scheduled. i ulty. All fraternitiesareinvited
r7. L. Griggs to make use of this service which
will extend for a period of six
Sigma Delta Chi: weeks starting the latter part of
A highly important meeting will be held at 4 o'clock Monday in the October.
front office of the Press building. S tudent mcimbers are asked to be The devotional service commit-
present for action on important business. tee will sponsor services to be held
Charles Monroe, President in both the Lydia Mendelssohn
theatre and Hill auditorium for the+
Scalp and Blade Members: purpose of supplying service which
There will be very important meeting of all menibers of the or- is satisfactory and meets the needs
ganization at the Union, Sunday, Oct. 6, at 2:30 P. M. It is urgent of all especially of those who attend
that all attend. no church. Inasmuch as this is the
J. J. Coughlin first time such a project has been
attempted, it will be worked on a
strictly experimental basis.
The Philippine-Michigan Club: Next in importance is the ex-
The first meeting of this association will be held at 3:00 P. M. tension committee 'ho will send
Sunday, October 6, 1929, in the Wesley Hall (across from Ann Arbor throughout the state student
High School at State Street). All Filipinos are expected to attend' speakers to ppear before clubs,
C. G. Manuel, Secretary high schools, and churches.
Allpper oom": -The results secured by the forum
The opening meeting of the "Upper Room" Bible Class will be studentstee and of their conflitems in
held in the "Upper Room" at Lane Hall this evening at 7 P. M. All stuents andpof ter cnd in
Iti"2ichganmen re ordillyinvied.life will supply material and make
Michigan men are cordially invited. "o suggestions for subject matter to'
George G. Adler, for the Upper Room be used at convocations.
The freshmen committee has
Forestry 31: charge of organizing the 100
This class will not meet again until Monday, October 14. recommended high school fresh-
_ . L oung men who attended the Frosh Ren-
'"' iity iand:~ ~dezvous, sponsored by the S. C. A.,
Every member of the band is requested to appear at Morris Hall held just before Freshmen Week.
tonight by 6:40 for broadcasting. Bring instruments and music. officers andcommittees.
Elbert F. Trail, Asst. Mgr. ofie n omite.
One of the most interesting
Fphases of the S. C. A. is that of the
Nii elel Foundation: foreign committee who takes
New Year Services will be held Saturday, October 5, at 10 A. M charge of the social life as well as i
at Lane Hall. all the problems of foreign students
Rabbi Adolph H. Fink enrolled in the University.
~ ~The next gathering of the senior
All Campus Archery Class: cabinet of the organization will be
Free instruction in archery will again be available this year to all a dinner, Tuesday, October 8, at
men students on the campus. The first meeting of this class will Lane Hall at which time a discus-
be Sunday, October 6, at 2:30 P. M. It is very important that every sion of the needs and problems of
one who desires to enroll in this class be there Sunday in order to the campus will take place.
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Continuing the exhibition of the
paintings of Edward W. Redfield,
which was opened freshman week.
It was announced today that they
would be on display daily until
O tober 20. Sponsored by the Ann

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After Regular Student Supper

Everyone Invited

Corner State and Huron

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find out how much equipment will be needed. Equipment wil boe ±u -
hished by the Intramural Department. Dr. Lynam will meet all those
interested at the Yost Field House.
Intramural Department
Varsity Glee Club Try-Outs:j
Because of a lack of tenors, try-outs will be continued Monday
rind Tuesday of next week. All men singing tenor are urged to appear
at one of the hours listed below.
It is also imperative that every man who sang with the club last
year and wishes to, continue his activity this season report during'
one of these hours, or his name will be automatically dropped froml
the roll.
Hours of try-outs are: Monday, Oct. 7, 7:15 to 8:00, Room 308
Michigan Union. Tuesday, Oct. 8, 4:30 to 5:30, Room 206, School of
Music. Tuesday, Oct. 8, 7:15 to 8:15, Room 308, Union.
Larry Goodspeed, Manager

Stout Aircraft Owner
Will Deliver Lecture!
"Aviation" will be the topic dis-
cussed by William B. Stout, pres-
ident of the Stout Metal Aeroplane
company of Detroit, when he
speaks to the freshmen engineers
at their weekly assembly, October
16.
Mr.Stout has for some time beenI
interested in the manufacture of all
metal aeroplanes, and is one of the l
men directly responsible for the
metal trn-motor aeroplanesrmanu-
factured by the Ford Motor Com-
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