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PAUE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

DAILY OFFICIAL DIJILETI
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. in. Saturday.
VOL. XLI. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1930 NO. 17
NOTICES
Notice to All Deans and Department Heads: The Secretary's Office
will have no Student Directories for free distribution this year. If your
office needs a directory, please requisition as many as may be required
through the Purchasing Department.
Herbert G. Watkins, Assistant Secretary.
Presidents of Campus Organizations: Please file with the Office of
the Dean of Students, Room 2, University Hall, a list of the officers of
your organization for the current year, in order that mail received by
the University for your organization may be delivered to the proper
person. J. A. Bursiey, Dean of Students.
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.{
Students, College of Literature, Science, 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.
Freshmen Engineers: Speedball practice will be held at Ferry Field
on Wednesdays and Fridays at 4:15 p.m. Meet at the Northeast gate.
EVENTS TODAY
An Exhibition of Architectural drawings, plans, models, and photo-
graphs of work by modernist architects of Vienna is now being shown in
the corridors and third floor exhibition room of the Architectural Build-
ing and will be on display throughout October from 9 to 5 daily, except
Sundays.
Physics Lecture: Professor A. Goetz, of the Norman Bridge Labora-
tory of Physics at the California Institute of Technology will speak on
"The Crystallization of Metallic Crystals in Strong Transverse Magnetic
Fields," at 4:15 p.m. in Room 1041, East Physics Building. All interested
are cordially invited.
French Versification (H. P. Thieme): The first meeting in Course
217, French Versification will be held at 4:00 o'clock in room 110 RiL.
Senior Architects: Election of Senior Class Officers will be held in
the Main Lecture Room of the Architectural Building at four p.m.,
Sophomore Medical Students. Election of class officers at 11:00 in
the Hospital Amphitheatre. Candidates be sue to obtain eligibility slips.
Senior Engineering Election will be held in Room 348 of the West
Engineering Building at 10 a.m.
Forestry Club Stake Roast: Truck leaves from front of Natural
Science Building at 5:00 p.m. sharp. Those hiking to the Forestry Farm
be at the cabin by 5:30.
Presbyterian Students: There will be no party at the Church House
tonight, as previously announced. There will be a radio party on Sat-
urday afternoon.
COMING EVENTS
English Department: Candidates for the M.A. are requested to be
present at the lecture given by Professor W. G. Rice on Saturday, Octo-
ber 18, at 10 o'clock in 2225 A.H. His subject is Methods of Literary
Study and Research. O. J. Campbell.
Geology 2 make-up examination will be held Tuesday afternoon from
2 - 5 in room 4054 N. S. L D. Scott.

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NOTES

Ottaway Leaves News ner at Boston the night before the
Michigan-Harvard football game.
William W. Ottaway, '23, who has ie will speak in Cleveland Monday
been with the editorial department and in Toledo Tuesday. T. Hawley
of the Detroit News for the past Tapping, general secretary of the
six years, has resigned to enter alumni association, is making ar-
newspaper business for himself in rangements for him to speak before
St. Petersburg, Florida, where he groups in other cities west of Tole-
and his father, E. J. Ottaway, '94, do.
past president of the alumni asso-
ciation, have purchased an interest To Entertain Friedman
Ottaway becomes vice president j Bennie Friedman, assistant coach
of the Times Publishing company at Yale university and former Mich-
and assistant to the general man- igan quarterback, and Tad Jones,
ager, effective Oct. 20. For the past former Yale coach, will be enter-
year he has been in charge of the tained at a banquet Oct. 23 by the
so-called "Crime Bureau" of the University of Michigan club of
Detroit News, which has done im- Eastern Connecticut.
portant work in connection with
crime and court conditions in De-.Blott, Tapping Speak
troit.

NEW AIR MINISTER
IN GREAT BRITAIN

Wife Enforces House Rules by Court Order;
Milkman Husband Can Still Rise with Dawn
(BYASodPess) I mobile to deliver milk.
CHICAGO, Oct. 16.-There are | He may sleep on the porch, bu t
several things Milkman John Pfeif- not in the house.
fer may not do, particularly: His wife, Charlotte, got a court
He may not rattle milk bottles on injunction restraining him from
the rear porch of his home in the, the foregoing actions when she an-
early morning hours. I nounced' she had separated from
He may not use the family auto- him and would seek a divorce.

To Take Western Trip
Dr. Arthur McCugam, president of
the University of Michigan club of
Boston, will make a trip through
the West next week to discuss plans
before various alumni organizations
concerning the annual alumni din-

Jack Blott, line coach of the var-
sity football team, and T. Hawley
Tapping, of the alumni association,
spoke at the annual smoker spon-
sored by graduates of Michigan and
Ohio State universities at a joint
banquet given Wednesday night at
the Chamber of Commerce building
in Toledo.

Economics 51 and 52-Make-ups: Make-up examinations for those
' ho missed the final examinations in these courses in June 1930 will be
given Tuesday, October 21, at 3 p.m. in Room 202 Economics.
Student Volunteer Group: Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Javier will meet with
The members and friends of the Student Volunteer Group in the fire-
place room of Harris Hall (Huron & State) at 8:30 a.m. Sunday. Mr.
Javier is on the faculty of Silliman Institute, Philippine Islands.
Congregational Student Fellowship: Meeting at 5:30 Sunday eve-
ning in the church parlors. Following the six o'clock luncheon, Mr.
Philip Bursley, Counselor to New Students, will speak on "Mutual Obli-
gations Between Student and University."
Catholic Students' Mixer: All the Catholic students on the campus
are invited to attend a mixer to be held at the Women's League Saturday
afternoon, Oct. 18, 2:30 to 5:00.
Purdom to Give Talk
Today at Mt. Pleasant Some Guests A
Dr. T. Luther Purdom, head of if You Can
the bureau of appointments and But N
occupational research, will lectureBu
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Dr. Purdom will draw his mater-
ial from the vast amount of re- ---
search work which he has been
conducting in his bureau along the
lines of personnel supervision a-
mong graduate and undergraduate
students of the University.
"The importance of the person-
nel work which this bureau is do- 213 East Li
ing," he stated. "is becoming more
and more appreciated on the cam-
pus. This division of the bureau
is receiving more and more time
from us as its potentialities reveal
themselves."

Associated P v vota
Lord Amulree
New minister of air for the Brit-
ish labor government, who was ap-
pointed to succeed the late Lord
Thompson who was killed in the
recent R-101 disaster over France.
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