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Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the
President until 3:30, excepting Sundays. 11:30 a. m. Saturday.



NO. 15

To Deans, Directors, Department Heads and Others Responsible for
Payrolls: Kindly call at the Business Office to approve payrolls for
October 31. This should be done not later than October 18.
J klna M. Geiger, Payroll Clerk.
l"a;culty, School of Education: An informal staff luncheon of the
Faculty of the School of Education will be held in the Michigan League
Building at 12:00 o'clock on Monday, October 20.
Immediately following the luncheon (or at 1 oelock sharp) a meet-
ing will be held of the Committee on Revision of Graduation and Certi-.
flea te Requirements.
Students, College of Literature, Seiciee, and the Arts: Legislation
of the faculty has shortened the period during which courses may be
elected, from four weeks to three. Next Saturday, October 18, is there-
fore the latest date on which elections may be approved. The willing-
ness of an individual instructor to admit a student later would not affect
the operation of this rule.
f School of Education, Changes of Elections: No courses may be added
after this week. Any change of elections of students enrolled in this
School must be reported at the Recorder's Office, 1437 Elementary School.
This includes any change of sections or instructors.
Undeliverable Mail: Mail for the following persons is at the post-
office and undeliverable. This mail will be held at the general delivery
window at the main office until Saturday night.
Getta Mae Adams, L Appleard, Harry Barnes, Larry Bevan, Enid
Bush, FredBurdorf, Prof. J. M. Bryant, Ray Brundage, Dorothy Brock-
mant, Janis Black, T. Dean Beery, Hurst Anderson, Miss Kimi Ashino,
Carl L. Anderson, Helen Abbott, Jae Alle, Alex Aitken, Philip F. Allan,
Edward Bigelow Baker, Frances Beach, Henry Mann Berman, Albert
Bloomquist, Chas. Bang, Leland M. Bauer, James Auer, Frederick Ryerson.
Charles Baird, Chas. Davis, Jack Cupolo, Elizabeth Cooper, Lois
Duggan, Louise Dierner, Oern C. Cessna, Ducas Campbell, Dick Camp-
bell, Raul Garcia de Paredes, Wm. J. Coultier, Jno. H. Colwell, Dr. Thos.
H. Cobb, Tsu Pin Cher, Harry Emmons, Dr. Armand J. Eardley, Geo. C.
Englefried, Elaine P. Frost, Archis Friel, Margaret L. Edison, Marshall
Ham, Eleanor Hays, Lois Hunt, Thos. P. Moran, Clarene H. Mercer, C. C.
Phipps, W. A. Pancrow, Maud Jean Ritter, Sam John Ruskin.
Women Students attending the Qhio State-Michigan game are re-
quired to register in the office of the Dean of Women not later than
Thursday, October 16, in addition to filing a letter of permission from
parents. Beryl Fox Bacher.
Notice: Young men who were student assistants during Orientation
Week will receive checks for their services at the Business Office, Univer-
sity Hall.
House Presidents: Please return she personnel slips at once to the
office of the Dean of Women.
Organ Recital 'y Palmer Christian, 4:15 p.m., Hill Auditorium. t
Departmert of Romance Languages meets at 4:15, in room 408 R.L.
Sociolorr 51: The Wednesday lecture section which has been meet-c
ing at 10 o ock in room 25. A.H. will meet next Wednesday and succeed-
ing Wedresdays in the West Physics Lecture Room in the West Physics
Bldg., bck of General Library.f
Chemistry Colloquium will be held in Room 300, Chemistry Building
at 4 30 p.m. The speakers will be:
Kenneth Van Lente; subject, "Development of an Apparatus for
Obtaining Constant and Reproducible Boundary Potentials."
Richard M. Hitchins; subject, "Boundary Potential Measurements in
Systems Formed from Weak Bases and Hydrochloric Acid." 1
Research Club meets in Room 2528 East Medical Building at 8 p.m.
Annual election of officers occurs at this meeting. The followingc
papers will be presented.I
"A Study of Hybridization between Fish Species," by Dr. Carl L.
"Proverbial Philosophy in the First Spanish Novel" by Professor
Charles P. Wagner.
A meeting of the Council will be held at 4:30 p.m. in room 4097,f
Natural Science Building.I
Senior Lits: Electioni of Senior Literary officers this afternoon from
4:15 - 5:15 in Natural Science Auditorium. All candidates for office must
present eligibility slips before election.r
Freshman Engineers and Architects are invited to a smoker at 7:30
o'clock, Wednesday, Oct. 15, in room 317 of the Union.
Sigma Rho Tau, Engineers' speaking society. e
Chemical Engineering Seminar. Professor W. L. Badger will address
the Seminar at four o'clock in room 3201 East Engineering Building on4

Anybody's Whale. Come on Big Boy!
Reincarnating the silent version A fellow by the name of Al Jolson
of Herman Melville's famous sea
novel, John Barrymore of the Amer- is starred in the Wuerth's current
ican Barrymores does a noble job feature, likewise for the entire week,
by "Moby Dick," at the Majestic and believe it or not, there's not a
all week. And instead of Dolores sob in the entire production.
Costello (now the wife) as the par-siteaeirerdton.a
son's daughter, it is Joan Bennett Despite a mediocre story and fair
who lends no little charm to the songs, Jolson's black-face stories
film. and jokes gleam through "Big Boy."
We found the picture excellent--- If two go together, each one can
and while not one of the greatest catch half the "wise ones" and
of the year, consistently entertain-
ng throughout. Its one fault might probably enjoy the film. The final
be the seeming hurried manner of shot is rather novel. -Bert.
production. However, the brilliance -----
of the acting and the sustained and COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY - The
gripping story interest outweigh any Spectator, campus newspaper, and
other factors. As a meritorious talk- a number of student organizations
ing adaptation of a classic novel- are agitating for the removal of a
let alone sheer entertainment value section of antiquated, although his-
-"Moby Dick" should be seen by torical, wooden fence which graces
all means. the campus.
the subject, "The Design of Ammonium Sulphate Absorbers."
Gargoyle Editorial Staff and staff try-outs, also all others interested
in contributing manuscripts or drawings-a meeting today at 4 p.m. in
the editorial office, Press Building.
A. S. C. E.: Meeting in Engineering Society Room at 5:00 p.m.
Mathematical Club: Tea will be served to members of the mathe-
inatics staff and graduate students at 3:30 p.m., in Room 320, Angell
Rendezvous Club meets in Lane Hall Assembly Room at 7:30 p.m.
Forestry Club meeting at 7:30 p.m., Room 2039 Natural Science
Building. Short talks by Martell, Meier, and Grant.
Glider Section: Meeting at 7:30 p.m., 348 West Engineering Bldg.
New members are requested to pay fees at the meeting. All old members
are asked to be present. All students of the University interested in Glid-
ing are cordially invited to attend.
Independent Senior Engineers are urged to be present at a short
meeting to be held in Room 1213 East Eng. Bldg. at 7:30 p.m.
Union Executive Council: Meeting at 3 p.m. in Student Offices in-
stead of at 4 as previously announced.
Executive Committee of the Michigan Union meets at 4:15 o'clock.
'Varsity Band: Tryouts for snare drum players from 7:00 to 7:15
p.m., at Morris Hall.
Phi Lambda Upsilon meets in room 303, Chemistry Building, at
7:30 p.m.
English Honors Course will meet on Thursday, October 16, at three
o'clock in 3227 Angell Hall.
Englih 211d. Professor Bredvold's pro-seminary in English Classi-
cism will meet on Thursday at four o'clock in room 408 of the Library.
History 32 (Arthur L. Cross): The make-up examination for History
32 will be given in the Graduate Reading Room, fourth floor, Main Li-
brary, at 9 a.m. on Saturday, October 18.
Mathematics 39. (T. R. Running) The class will meet on Thursday
at the usual hour, Room 2201.
A. L E.E. Illustrated Lecture on South America by Mr. S. Q. Hayes
of the Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co., Room 248 West
Eng. Bldg. Thursday, Oct. 16. 7:30 p.m. The public is invited.
Colloquium in Applied Mechanics. The first meeting of the collo-
quium will be held on Thursday, at 8 p.m. in Room 445, West Engineering
Building. Mr. F. L. Everett will speak on "Investigations underway in
European Laboratories visited during the summer."
Cercle Francais will meet on Thursday, Oct. 16, at 7:45 p.m. in the,
Cercle Meeting Room, 4 th floor, Romance Languages Building. All
former members should be present, or notify the secretary, Miss Helen
Hawxhurst, 1105 Oakland, that they wish to be active members this year.
All others will be dropped from the Cercle.
Faculty Women's Club: The opening reception, at which the wives of
new members of the faculty will be guests, will be held Thursday after-
noon from 3 to 5 in the ballroom of the Michigan League.
Michiganensian Editorial Staff: There will be a meeting of the
entire editorial staff of the Michiganensian at four o'clock on Monday,
October 20. Details of staff and book organization will be discussed.
Proof-reading for the Directory by try-outs will begin this afternoon;
and run through Saturday.

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Associated Pressg Photo
The Gertrude L. Thebaud, American entrant, crossing the finish line
off Gloucester, Mass., to win the first race for the championship of the
North Atlantic fishing fleet.

Member Plans to Explain
earch Before Timber
Industries Meeting.
es Shortage of Wood Will
rce United States to
Import Lumber.
ining for the first time the
of original researches done
tropical trees, Prof. W. G.
of the forestry school will
before the meeting of the
industries division of the
an Society of Mechanical
rs tomorrow. Professor Ky-
leaving today for New York
he meeting is to take place."
New Field
arch on the properties of
roods is practically a virgin
f investigation," Professor
stated yesterday. "Because
threatened shortage of
an woods, which the federal
ervice says are being used
everal times the present
growth, American wood in-
are beginning to use these
and semi-tropical woods in
ce of American lumber.
s Two ,reasons For Work
efore this work was under-
for two reasons. The first
there is a strong probabil-
we may have to look out-
boundaries of the United
fr part of the tmbe' to
the needs of our wood fab-
industries, at least until
estry methods now in use
ve time to bear fruit. The
reason is that people are al-
cquiring timber limits in
merica over vast quantities
, e stated.
Y, Baer, Stall, Karr, Hass
lead 1930-31 Groups.
el Gawne, 31L, newly-electcd
t of the Lawyers' club, an-
1 yesterday the committee
ments for the ensuing year.
dance committee is headed
. Conway, '31L, and includes
T. Pfluger, '31L, Bernard M.
'31L, George J. Bowers,
rence W. Brownell, '31L, and
d Ake,'32L.
ore C. Baer, '31L, is chair-
the social committee, which
George S. Bradley, '32L,
E. Farmer, '31L, William
'32L, and Reuben D. Wax,
magazine committee has
N. Stall, '31L, as chairman.
be assisted by Donald Nash,
Karr, '31L, is chairman of
and gown committee, with
W. Loucks, 231L, assisting,
bert V. Haas, '31L, will head
iting'committee; with Justih
ver, '31L, assisting.

the fore
(WSTNAssociat.d Press) day for London on the Leviathan can hav
umWASHINGTON, Oct. 14. A doc and will turn the paper over to second]
uthe powparamouintimportance toAmbassador Matsudaira on his ar- ready a
the powers of the word, bearing rival. A ceremony in London will South A
the signature of an emperor, will accompany the deposit. of wood
speed across the American contin- Team leswl eev h
ent this week by airgrddny The army flyers will receive the
ebt twee by air, guarded only document from American Consul GA W
by two officers of the American General Ely E. Palmer, who in turn
y. will obtain it from the Japanese LA I
It is the Japanese ratification of consul general as soon as it ar-
the London naval treaty, which rives on the Japanese ship Hikawa Conway
must be deposited in London be- Maru.
fore the pact between the United The ship is expected Wednesday to
States, Great Britain, and Japan and the flyers are to start east-
may formally become effective. Its ward immediately. After deliver- Samue
travel is hastened because the ing the document in London Boal presiden
powers want the treaty in full is to proceed to Geneva. He has nounced
force, to serve as a basis for dis- been designated an advisor to the appoint
cession at the meeting in Geneva, American delegation at the league The
Nov. 6, of the preparatory disarm- commission's session by Leo J
ament commission of the League
of Nations. Klivans
At the request of the Japanese New York Republicans 31L, Cla
government the United States has Will Fight Roosevelt Sherwod
detailed two army pursuit planes nTheod
piloted by Lieuts. Irvin A. Wood- (I). rsociated ress man oft
ring and William M. Campbell to SYRACUSE, N. Y., Oct. 14. --A includes
rush the document from Vancou- campaign program calling for the Robert
ver, B. C., to New York. There it defeat of Gov. Franklin D. Roosevelt Morris,
will be entrusted to Pierre de L in order to eliminate him as a pres-. '31L.
Boal, assistant chief of the west- idential possibility in 1932 has been Thei
ern European division of the state agreed upon by state and county Robert
department. He is sailing Satur- leaders of the Republican party. He will1
Leaders from 15 upstate rural '31L.
Walker Will Not Run counties met with the four major PaulI
candidates, including Charles H. the cap
for _ayor,He States Tuttle, the party's candidate for Eugene
governor, and state leaders at a while Al
NEW 13.-James J. conference here Monday night and the audi
Walker, now in his second term as decided upon the new program. C. Weav
mayor of New York, is tired of his
"All the glory is gone, all the
glitter is off," he said in an address
befnr tho Unitar delV f~nnvr_

velure ene nan eaLbEstat wn-
ers' association Monday night. "It
is just a hard job, and somebody
else ought to have it."
"I am not a candidate for office,
and if you add, 'and you'll never
b1 again,' I'll not contradict it.
But before I go I want to feel that
I'm leaving the city better than I
found it-that's all I want to live
on for the rest of my life."


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