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P'ACA RIG MI

THE MirHTr;AN

DATI.Y

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DAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1930

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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.

VOL. XLI.

SATURDAY, NOV. 1, 1930

NO. 301

NOTICES'
T# All Students: Identification cards which have been prepared for
members of the student body are ready for distribution and students are
requested to call for them on the dates specified below. In order to avoid
congestion and delay, those whose names begin with the letters L-R in-
clusive are asked to apply on Saturday, November 1, and S-Z inclusive
on Monday, November 3. Students should enter the west door of Room 4,
University Hall, when applying for their cards.
In order that there may be no misunderstanding concerning the
use of these identification cards, it should be stated that they have been
provided to be used by the student whenever he or she desires to identify
himself or herself. It will be pecessary for each student to call for his
own card, as no card will be issued to other than the person for which
it has been made out. Whenever a student withdraws from the Univer-
sity and desires to obtain a refund of tuition, the identification card
must be delivered to the office of the Secretary of the University before
the refund can be obtained.
J. A. Thirsley, Dean of Students.
Instructions Fcr Reporting Industrial Accidents.
Report all industrial accidents in writing or by telephone (Hosp. Ex.
325) to the Credit Department of the University Hospital, giving name of
employee and cause of accident. All accidents, whether medical care is
required or not, should be reported. (A supply of University of Michigan
accident report forms (No. 2547) will on request be furnished by the
Hospital Credit Department.).
When an employee requires medical care as a result of an accident,
a written report should accompany the employee to the Information
Desk on the main floor of the University Hospital. This report is authori-
ty for the Hospital to render the necessary medical care. Injuries requitr-
ing medical care will be treated only at the University Hospital. Em-
ployees receiving treatment elsewhere will be responsible for the expense
of such treatment. (If prompt attention is not received by the injured
employee reporting to or taken to the Information Desk at the University
Hospital, the employee or his representative should in due course report
the fact to the Business Office of the University, which will take itu up
with the Hospital authorities.).
When an employee does not require medical care the written report
should be mailed by each department to the Credit Department of the
University Hospital.
Emergency medical care will be given at the Hospital without a
written accident report. However, this report should be forwarded as
promptly as possible to the Hospital Credit Department. Emergency
ambulance cases should be taken directly to the ambulance entrancea
at the rear of the main build~ag of the University Hospital.
Injuries to members of the academic and administrative staffs need
not be reported unless there-is doubt as to the classification of the em-
ployee.
The State Compensation Law is for the mutual protection of em-
ployee and employer. In order to enjoy the privileges provi'ded by ther
law all industrial accidents must be reported to the correct authorities.
Reports entitle each employee to compensation for loss of time and free
medical care as outlined in the law.I
An Industrial Accident is any mishap occurring while an employee
is engaged in the activities of his employment which result in either'
a permanent or temporary disability, or which might conceivably de-I
velop into a permanent or temporary disability.
S. W. Smith, Vice President and Secretary.
Graduate School: All graduate students who have not filed a formal
application for the degree which they are seeking should do so at once.
The application forms are available in the office of the Graduate School,
1014 Angell Fall.
Students specializing in English, Education, Library Science or Elec-
trical Engineering need not fill out these forms.
Students, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture: Saturday, No-
vember 8, 1930, will be the final day for dropping a course without record.
Courses may be dropped only with the permission of the classifier after
conference with the instructor in the course. Only in special cases, for 1

po1iantr that all student Masonsshould be present.
Baptist Guild House. Hallowe'en Party tonight. All members and
riends welcome.
Presbyterian Students are cordially invited to a Hallowe'en party
tonight at the Church House, 1432 Washtenaw.
Michigan Dames are giving a Pot Luck supper and party for all
members and their husbands at 6:30 thi+s evening at the Women's Ath-
letic Building. All students' wives and husbands are cordially invited
to attend.
Ann Arbor Stamp Club will meet in Room 408 of the Romance Lan-j
guages building at 8:00 p.m. All collectors in the city are i'nvited to be1
present.
Beta Kappa Rho will hold the November party in the Cave of the
Michigan League at 8:00 p.m. sharp tonight.
COMING EVENTS
Medical Students: A University Uecture on "Anaerobic Infections
and Their Serotherapy" will be given by Professor M. Weinberg of the
Pasteur Institute, Paris, on Monday, November 3, at 4:15 p.m., in the
West Amphitheatre, West Medical Building. Medical Students and others
interested are cordially invited.
The Executive Committee, Medical School.
Economics 51: Rooms for the examination on Monday, November 3,
are assigned as follows:
Mr. Robinson's, Mr. Hoad's and Mr. Caverly's sect'ns, N. S. Aud.
Mr. Palmer's sections, 205 M. H
Mr. Niehuss's sections, 25 A. H.
Mr. Horner's sections, 102 Econ.
Dr. Vernon Hart, Head of Orthopedics at the University Hospitalj
will give an illustrated talk at Barbour Gymnasium on Tuesday, Novem-;
ber 4, at 4:15 o'clock. Any person interested in hearing this lecture is
invited to attend.
Deutscher VerAn: Students interested in forming German Club
meet at Michigan League Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.
Junior Research Club will meet on Tuesday, November 4, at 7 p.m., -
Room 2116 N. S. Election of new members. Dr. A. G. Macleod will pre-
sent a paper on "The Electric Phenomenon Accompanying the Contrac-
tion of Heart Muscle."
Vulcans: There will be a meeting at the Union Sunday, November 2,
at 5:30 p.m.
Michigan Dames: Meeting will be held at 8 o'clock, Tuesday evening,c
Nov. 4, in the Michigan League build2ng. The Child Study Group will
have charge of the meeting. Watch bulletin board in the building forI
the scheduled room for meeting.J
The Round Table Club will meet in the Michigan League tomorrowr
afternoon at three. o'clock. For room number see the bulletit board.
All members and those who wish to become members are asked to attend. I
Tea will be seaved after the meeting.
Reformed Students: Services will j--- -- -
be conducted by Mr. J. De Groot,
graduate of Calvin Seminary, Sun- ENJOY YOUR SU
day, Nov. 2, in the "Upper Room" at
Lane Hall, at 10:30 a.m. All arej
invited to attend.

BERNT BALCHEN, COMRADE OF BYRD
ON POLAR TRIP, MARRIES SECRE TL'

7 Per Cent More Get Positions
This Year Than Did
During 1929.

MORE JOBS STILL OPEN
Eight hundred fifty-nine appli-
cants for positions have been placed-
by the Bureau of Appointments, as
against a total of 655 placed a year
ago, stated T. Luther Purdom, direc-
tor ,yesterday.
These figures indicate a 26 per-
cent increase. Although there have
been fewer calls for teachers, super-
intendents, and other school offi-
cials this year, the number of appl!-
cations for these positions has in-
creased 19 percent. However, the
percentage in placements is seven
percent greater than the increase of
enrollments, stated Purdom:
In m wny cases the Bureau was
unable to locate candidates for the
various positions offered. Believiing
that these positions might possibly
be filled by alumni not registered at
the bureau, the Regents have au-
thorized a personnel survey of the
auniThis w211tnclude over 37,-
090 former Michigan students. The
results of this survey will be of tre-
mendous importance to the Bureau
, and the University in locating can-
didates for positJlns offered, stated
Purdom.
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Berne Balchen, comrade of Adm. Richard Byrd in the polar wastes
and his pride, the former Emnmy Soerli'e of Oslo, Norway. The wedding
vas performed quietly at Coytesville, N. J., and they hoped to keep the
1arriage a secret until he had completed a series of test flights. When
the news leaked out they dashed away on a wedding trip.

Committee Completes
Lawyers' Dance Plans
Arrangements are being complet-
ed for the Lawyers' club's first in-
formal dance of the year, next Fri-
day, Nov. 7.
The dance committee headed by
Leo J. Conway, '31L, has secured a
Jackson orchestra to play for danc-
ng.
Other members of the committee
include Bernard M. Klivans, 31L,
Charles T. Pfluger, '31L, George J.
B3owers, '31 Clarence W. Brownell,
31L, and Sherwood Ake, '32L.

Detroit Stations Plan
to Broadcast Games
Detroit radio stations will broad-
cast three major football games
this afternoon. The Yale-Dart-
mouth fracas will be heard over
WWJ, the University of Detroit-
Iowa scrap will be broadcast from
WJR, and WXYZ will send out a
description of the Princeton-Chi-
cago battle.

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ALTERING and REPAIRING
All kinds of altering and repairing
done at reasonable cost. Ladies work
a specialty. Bring in your wardrobe
for repair.
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MIS a e.
Exhibition of Chrysanthemum:
During this week-end, and for about
a week following, there will be an
exhibition of chrysanthemums at
the Botanical Gardens of the Uni-
versity. The greenhouses are open
during daylight hours, including
Sundays, and visitors are welcome.
EVENTS TODAY.
Prof. Dr. D. B. McLaughlin will
lecture on "The Dawning Era's
Background" (Our Place Among the
Stars) at 7:30 p.m. in 231 Angell
Hall. Afterwards the- astronomical
laboratory on the 5th floor of Angell
Hall will be visited. The Tolstoy
League invites all who are iPnterest-
ed.
Craftsmen Club will meet at the
Masonic Temple at 7:30 p.m. Sm-

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