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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.
the Union ballroom 3-5 this afternoon.
TUESDAY, NOV. 11, 1930.
Members of the Faculty or others interested should get in touch with
Mr. A. D. Meacham of the Sorting and Tabulating Station, 212 Angell
Hall, Extension 388, when desiring aid in procuring the following infor-
1. Quest-'onnaire analysis where counts of various types of responses
are desired and particularly where counts of items by specified cate-
gories are wanted.
2. Item analysis of test questions where calculation of biserial "r"
is desired, or the mean scores of individuals who make various responses
to single questions.
3. Calculation of correlations involving several variables.
4. Calculation of corfelations based on large populations.
5. Calculation of statistical co-efficients from populations which
have been cross classified.
Organ Recital: Palmer Christian, Univers."y organist, will give the
following program, Wednesday afternoon at 4:15 in Hill Auditorium. The
general public is invited to attend:
Boellmann: Fantasie Dialogue; Bossi: Hora Mystica; Dubois: Fiat
Lux; Antonio-Jose: Interludio; Couperin: Lament; Buxtehude: Fugue in
C; James: Meditation a Ste. Clothilde; DeLamarter: Suite: "A Chinese
Garden"; Cole: Rhapsody.
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
The Bureau is now holding its annual registration for teachers in 201
Mason Hail. The office is open from eight to twelve and from one-thirty,
to four-thirty daily, through Friday. There will be a late registration
fee of one dollar after Friday, the 14th, payable at the University Treas-
Graduate and undergraduate students, alumni, and faculty members
are eligible for enrollment.
Candidates for advanced degrees should enroll this week, as well
as the undergraduates, and complete their records early. The Bureau
has opportunities to place well qualified persons in colleges, normal
"chools, and universities as well as in public school positions.
Respecting the American Association of University Professors: The
next annual meeting of the American Association of University Profes-
sors is to be held in Cleveland, Ohio, on December 27, 28, 29 next. The
General Secretary, Mr. H. W. Tyler, 26 Jackson Place, Washington, D. C.,
is desirous of knowing who from our local chapter are likely to be in
attendance. Will those expecting to attend the Cleveland meeting kindly
write Mr. Tyler at their early convenience.
C. O. Davis, Chapter Secretary.
Combined R. O. T. C. Exercises: All members of the R.O.T.C., includ-
ing the Varsity-R.O.T.C. Band, will attend exercises of the R.O.T.C.
from 10 to 11 a.m. on November 11th. Th.s period is substituted for
the regular drill period of the week including November 11th. The Deans
of all Colleges and Schools involved have authorized absence from other
classes during the period indicated. Students in the Law School and
the School of Business Administration are required to report in advance
to the offices of their respective Deans. Absence from this period of the
R, O. T. C. exercises will be excused only upon application to the officers
in charge of drill companies in advance.
Medical and Dental Students who have not been able to secure their
identification cards may call for them today between 12m. and 1:00 p.m.
or between 5:00 and 6:00 p.m. Please call at Room 4, University Hall.
J. A. Bursley, Dean of Students.
Pan-Hellenic Ball Tickets: All sororitiles must have their applica-
tions for tickets to the Pan-Hellenic Ball in by Friday, November 14.
Fifty tickets have been set aside for Independent women, and after the
sorority applications have been filled if there ate any extra tickets they
will be distributed among the Independent women. Independent appli-
cations will be filled in the order in which they are received.
Armistice Day exercises in Hill Auditorium from 10:10 to 10:50 a.m.,
preceded by parade of World War veterans escorted by the R. O. T. C.;
music by the Varsity-R. O. T. C. band, speeches representing British,
French, and American veterans by Prof. John W. Eaton, Prof. Rene Tala-
mnon, and Major General Guy M. Wilson, under the auspices of the Ann
Arbor Army and Navy club. The public is invited.
Psychological Journal Club. Dr. Martha Muchow, of the Psychologi-
cal Institute in Hamburg, Germany, will speak at 7:15 p.m., in Room
312b, Natural Science building, on problems in genetic and social psy-
chology. All interested are cordially invited to attend.
Varsity R. O. T. C. and Members of the band report at ten o'clock
today in uniform, without capes at the R. O. T. C. building.
Men's Glee Club: All members must be at the Grand Rapids Room
of the Women's League building promptly at 7:00 p.m. A Pathe talking
picture will be made at that time. Full dress required. No excused
Adelphi House of Representatives: Open meeting at 7:30 p.m. in
room 4203 A. H. There will be an open debate on "Resolved: that Adelphi
should play a charity football game on Thanksgiving day with Governor
Find School Histories
Teach Loyalty to U.S.
(13e Associated IPress)
CHICAGO, Nov. 10. - American
history texts teach loyalty to insti-
tutions of the United States and
veneration of the forefathers, ac-
cording to a survey of 400 books
made by the University of Chicago.
"No other country, with the
possible exception of Germany dur-
ing the war period, is so harshly
treated by the authors as England,"
said Dr. Bessie L. Pierce, associate
professor of history at the univers-
ity, who published a volume sum-
Sigma Delta Chi will hold its re
Thieves Take Clothes,
Watch Sunday Night
B. L. Longfellow, 207 E. Henry
street, Saline, reported to police
Sunday that his home had been en-
tered and a quantity of clothing
and a wrist watch valued at $75
had been stolen.
Longfellow said that the missing
clothes included two men's suits,
one black dress, and a woman's
tweed coat. The wrist watch, which
contained 15 jewels, was a woman's
gular meeting today at noon.
Green's team of Lansing." A final opportunity will be given for tryout ______________
speeches. Forestry Club Meeting November 12, 7:30 p.m., Room 2039 N. S. Pro-
fessor D. M. Matthews will speak on some phases of tropical forestry.
Athena meeting in the clubroom, fourth floor of Angell Hall, at John Hatcher will tell about a summer in the Olympic Mountains of
3:00 p.m. The business meeting -will be followed by a program and im- Washington.
promptu speeches from the pledges. Everyone is required to be present.
The Engineering "How to Study Class" will not meet on Thursday,
Alpha Epsilon Mu: Important meeting in room 304, Michigan Union, November 13.
M.E.52 Safety Engineering & Accident Prevention: This class will
Pi Tau Pi Sigma: Regular meeting of the actives in the Tap room meet, at eight o'clock instead of seven on Wednesday, November 12, due
of the Union at 5:30 o'clock. to the A. S. C. E. meeting.
Alturo Saldana Was Educated
With Filipini Twins
Alturo Saldana, "33A, is one of
several students on campus who
are friends of the Godino Siamese
twins, now appearing at th? Mich-
Saldana, like the twins, comes
from the Phillipines. He was edu-
cated with them at the Paco Inter-
mediate school in Manima.
Saldana relates several escapades
carried out by the twins while in
the islands. One of their favorite.
tricks was to sit in the front seat
of an automobile which was being
driven by a fellow student. This
invariably got them arrested, as
the island law prohibits more than
two people sitting in the front seat
of a car. The Godino brothers, of
course plead not guilty, claiming
that they were but one person. On
other occasions they aroused the
ire of tailors by refusing to pay a
double bill for clothing.
Zeta Phi Eta meets at 7:30 p.m. in the meeting room. Professor
Inrmel will be the speaker on the program.
Men from Buffalo and vicinity are invited to attend the Scalp and
Blade's annual smoker to be held in the Michigan Union, in rooms
316, 318, 320, at 8:00 p.m.
The Nursery Section of the Faculty Women's Club will meet at 8
p.m., Michigan League Building. 'Miss Ruth Barnes, Professor of English
in Ypsilanti' Normal College, will speak on children's books and litera-.
ture. Many books will be on display, arranged by Miss Edith Thomas
in charge of the loan collection of books for boys and girls made avail-
able by the Children's Fund of Michigan. This meeting precedes National
Book Week. All members are urged to be present; anyone considering
joilning the section or anyone especially interested in this lecture will
Faculty Alumni Dance Series: The first dance of the series will take
place in the Union at 8:30 p.m. Series tickets may be secured at the
dance or from Mrs. A. S. Aiton, 2020 Seneca street.
Alpha Nu meets tonight. Professor Howard McClusky will address
v;he society on "Problem of Mental Hygiene." Tryouts are requested to
be present at 7 o'clock.
University Lectures: Dr. Edward Kremers, Professor of Pharma-
ceutical Chemistry and Director of the course in Pharmacy in the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin will deliver two lectures on Wednesday, November
12, as follows:
4:15 p.m., Natural Science Aud.: "The Apothecary in Literature."
8:00 p.m., Chemical Amphitheater: "Justusv'diLiebig."
Both lectures will be illustrated.
French Lecture: Professor M. S. Pargment will lecture Wednesday,
November 12, at 4:15 o'clock, in room 103, Romance Language Building
on "Ceremonies nuptiales dans les campagnes francaises." This is the
second lecture on the Cercle FrancaI program. Tickets for the series
may be procured from the secretary of the Romance Language Depart-
ment, room 112, Romance Language Building.
Political Science 81: Assignment
for Wednesday, Nov. 12, Willoughby
and Rogers, Chapter VL
Soc. 51: The following alphabeti-
cal division of the class is made for
the examination occurring Wednes-
day, Nov. 12, at 4 o'clock.
AE, 25 A. H., F-J, 231 A. H., K-O,
205 Mason H., P-Z, West Physics. TI-
Electrical Engineering Students: The Department expects all E. E.
seniors to attend the talk by Mr. Dudley Wednesday evening. All stu-'
dents in the department are urged to attend.
Engineering Students: Mr. A. M. Dudley, Engineering Supervisor of
Development, Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Company, will speak to
Electrical Engineering students at 7:30 Wednesday, November 12, in
Natural Science Auditorium, on "What Does an Engineer do in a Manu-
facturing Plant, and How?" All who are interested are invited to attend.
A. S. C. E. Initiation and Banquet, Union at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday,
Nov. 12. Faculty and local members are cordially invited.
Harris Hall: Miss Muriel Lester, of Kingsley House, London, will
speak at Harris Hall Wednesday at 4:30 p.m., on "The Art of Life," or
"Prayer and Disciplined Life." Tea at 4 o'clock.
Faculty Women's Club, Thursday, November 12, 2:30 p.m., ballroom,
The Garden Section of the Faculty Woman's Club will meet at the
Women's Athletic Building, Wednesday, Nov. 12, at 3 p.m. Mr. Ray
Bassett of the Monroe Nurseries will speak on "Fall Work in the Garden."
Sigma Rho Tau, Engineering Debating Society will meet Wednesday
at 7:15, in the society room, and in room 307, 312, 317, 318, 328, and 334
West Engineering bldg. The first debate on the program, concerning the
M u s c 1e Shoals project, will be,
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Applicants for University Schol-
arships: The following students are
requested to meet the Scholarship
Committee on Wednesday p.m., No-
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time indicated in this notice:
Second Thomas Spencer Jerome Lecture, "The Life of the People in Callaghan, J. C................3:00
Town and Country, Part One," by Professor J. G. Winter, at 4:15 p.m., Crain, R. M . ..................3:05
Room D, Alumni Memorial Hall. Dlugolenski, H. M. .............3:10
Downing, W. M. ...............3:15
German 31, Section 5. Prof. J. W. Eaton. On account of the Armistice Heald, Marion L . ..............3:20
Day service, this lecture will not be given today. Hesling, Eva L.................3:25
Humbert, Suzanne ............3:30
Junior Medical Students: Class meeting in the Hospital Amphi- Humphrey, Helen Florence ....3:35
theatre at 4:30. The purpose of the meeting is to select a J-Hop com- Jensen, Mdred................3:405
mitteeman. Candidates must establish eligibility. La Marca. Oimpia............3:50
Love, -Edward B ...............:55
Physics Colloquium: Professor Charles F. Meyer will talk on "Recent McMurtry, Vivian...........4:00
Experiments Demonstrating the Intrinsic Wave Nature of Material Part- Miller, Jesse.............. ...4:05
icles," at 4:15 in room 1041, East Physics Building. Pearson, S. M............ ".....4:10
Rayen, Isabelle ...............4:15
Undergraduate Mathematical Club will hold its second meeting at Rorabacher, Louise E...........4:20
8:00 p.m. in Room 3011 Angell Hall. Mr. Thomas Greville will speak on Schwartz, Carl H...........4:25
"When Parallel Lines are not Parallel." The meeting will last one hour. Wilson, F. W . .................4:30
Everyone is asked to bring one cent. Young, Ruby...............4:35
The Rendezvous Club meeting
Men and Women wshing to tryout for dancing, singing, or acting scheduled for tonight will be post-
parts in the coming Mimes all-campus review are requested to report at poned until November 18.
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