FAGS EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY f LA
DAY, MARCH 6, 1931
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received at the ofzice of the Assistant to the
President until 3:30, excepting Sundays. 11:30 a. m. Saturday.
VOL. XLI. fRIlDAY, MiA;JCh 6, 1931 NO. 109
Students of the College of Literature, Science and the Arts: Three
scholarshipis, $300 each, are available for is er and open to
students who are not now holders of cholar!i ps or fellowships. These
scholarships will be awarded on the basis of scholarship standing and
need. Applicants should call at room 112, Romance Languages, for
blanks, fill them out and return thcn. not later than March 20.
Students-College of Literatare, Science, and the Arts: No course
may be elected for credit after the end of the third week. Saturday,
March 7, 1931, is therefore the last date on which new elections may
be approved. The willingness of an individual instructor to admit a
student later would not atfe t tie operation of this rule.
hermeneutics 1BO: Prof.sfor Mader s course in General Linguistics
160, meeting Mondays and Fride u a 10 o'clock, has been transferred
to room 231 Angell hall.
Faculty, College of Literatur-, Scicwc', and the Arts: The Commit-
tee on Curriculum will hold an open meeting in room 2225 A. H., Mon-
day afternoon, March 9, beginning at 4:10.
This meeting is called primarily in order that the Committee may
receive suggestions and ciitirisms concerning the proposed formulation
of Degree Programs. Any member of the Faculty who has definite
objections to the procedure recommended by the Committee, or who
has in mind any alternative plan which he wishes to suggest as a better
way of accomplishing the desired end, is urged to be present and pre-
sent his ideas.
Oratorical Contests: Candidates who wish to enter the University
Oratorical Contest in late March or early April must register in the'
office of the Department of Speech not later than March 15. The
winner of this contest receives the Chicago Alumni Medal and will
represent the University in the N. O. L. at Madison, Wisconsin in May.'
The prizes in the N. O. L. are $100 first, and $50 second. Men and women
both eligible. Original orations of not more than 1,800 words required.
J. M. O'Neill.
Aeronautical Society and Glider Section: Members who have taken
part in any aeronautical activity whatsoever during the past year are
urgently requested to report such activity to the secretary in order that
a report may be filed with the N. A. A. for the Loening Intercollegiate
Contest. E. D. Palmer, secretary.
Senior Engnccrs: Canes may be ordered at Wagners. There are
ebony an debony finished canes at $6 and $4, respectively. This years
engineering band on the canes shows the engineering arch with a
block M and the class numerals mounted inside the arch. The orders
should be in by spring vacation.
Subject-'Specal Creation or Evoaution by Rebirth? Tomorrow, Friday,
the subject will be Towards Fulfilment.
Engineer's Dance Cowmnittee: There will be an important meeting
at 7:00 p. m., in room 3036 East Engineering building. All committee
men must be present.
Zoology 31 (Organic Evolution) A. F. Shull: Those who were absent
will lecture at 4:15 p. m. "Chemical processes in nerve metabolism."
Room 2116 Natural Science building.
The Wesleyan Guild announces an old-fashioned Country Party
at 8:00 p. m. Folk games and singing games will be the order of the
evening. Music and refreshments, friendship and fun. At Wesley hall.'
Be there and bring your friends.
house initiations" adopted by the
National Interfraternity Conference
in 1930, the Judiciary Committee1
of the Interfraternity Council urges
the cooperation of all fraternities'
in keepingtheir probation week ac-
tivities free from any practices
a) The.Physical mistreatment
b) The destruction of property
and public disturbances.
c) The interruption of class at-
Fraternities violating the spirit
of these suggestions will be liable
to disciplinary action.
Judiciary Comnd tee.
Monday Evening Drama Section
of the Faculty Women's Club will
meet at the Women's Field House,
March 9, at 8 o'clock. A program,
by the members, is being arranged
for the husbands, who are to be
the guests of the evening.
Wyvern will meet in the Rlussian
Tea room Saturday, at 9:15.
Make-up Final Examinatio a in
Political Science 1 will be given
Saturday morning, March 7, at 9
o'clock in room 2023 Angell hall.
James K. Pollo ck.
Sociology 141 (Criminology): The
make-up for the final examinationj
in this course will be given Tues-
day, March 10, at 3 o'clock, in room
Geography 1. 33, and 113: The make-up examinations
on March 7, in room 18 A. H., at 9 a. m.
will be held
Zoology Lecture: Dr. Ralph W. Gerard of the University of Chicago
from the final examination in the first semester will take examination
in room 3089, Natural Science building Saturday, March 7, 9 a. m.
English 125: The make-up examination in Browning will be given
next Thursday, March 12, at 3 o'clock in 3221 Angell hall.
L. A. Strauss.
Alpha Kappa Delta: Will meet Wednesday evening, March 11, at
7:45, at the residence of Professor Lowell J. Carr, on Hampstead Lane.
Election of new members will take place at this time.
Rho Chi Society: Important business meeting Monday, 4:30 p. m.,
in room 303 Chemistry building.
Episcopal Students: The customary 9:30 service at Harris hall on
Sunday morning has been changed to 8:00 at St. Andrew's church.
Breakfast at Harris hall at 8:45, followed by three study groups from
9:30 to 10:30. The class in Personal Religion under Mr. Lewis is at
5:15 p m. Sunday afternoon at Harris hall.
Wemen's Education Club will hold its next meeting on Monday,
March 9, at 4 o'clock, in the parlors of the Women's Athletic building.
All Fraternities; Probation Week Activities: In view of the unfor-
tunate incidents that have often resulted from too drastic "Hell Week"
programs in the past, and in view of the strong condemnation of "rough
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JOHN BOJER--THE EVERLASTING STRUGGLE ...... $2.50
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THOMAS BURKE-A TEASHOP IN LIMEHOUSE $2.00
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