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Wi DNESEA-:.. NJ v M134ER 12, 1,'30

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.

Applicants for University Scholarships: The following students areI

requested to meet the Scholarship
time indicated in this notice:
Downing, W. M................3:15
Heald, Marion L . ..............3:20
Hesling, Eva L . ................3:25
Humbert, Suzanne ............3:30
Humphrey, Helen Florence ... .3:35
Jensen, Mildred ...............3:40
Jones, Tom ...................3:45
La Marca, Olimpia............3:50
Love, Edward B...............3:55

Committee, room 112 R. L., at the

McMurtry, Vivian ....
Miller, Jesse .........
Pearson, S. M. .......
Rayen, Isabelle ......
Rorabacher, Louise E..
Schwartz, Carl H......
Wilson, F. W. ........
Young, Ruby .........

..... 4:10

and Policies of the University," Nov. 13 at 4:15 in Room D, Alumni All Youngstown men are requested
Memorial Hall. to attend.
Staff, School of Education: A staff luncheon will be held in the Mich- All Micriquse n nt i n thiytuster
request ed to 1m]-.;t in th S u n
igan League Building on Monday, Nov. 17, at 12 o'clock. Informal dis- ,offices at 4:15 o'lo k 1 omorrovw aft-
cussion will be had respecting the special order pertaining to modifica- ernoon.


WEDNESDAY, NOV. 12, 1930.

NO. 39

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. Questionnaire 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

tions of certificate requirements.
The Engineering "How to Study Class" will not meet on Thursday,
November 13.
Colloquium in Applied Mechanics will meet Thursday, Nov. 13, at
7:30 p.m. in Room 445 West Engineering Building. From 7:30 until 8
will be given to review of Periodicals. Beginning at 8:05 Dr. Thomassen
will present a paper on "The Detection of Strains in Metals by Means


to single questions.
3. Calculation of correlations involving several variables.
4. Calculation of correlations based on large populations.
5. Calculation of statistical co-efficients from populations
have been cross classified.


University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information: I
The Bureau is now holding its annual registration for teachers in 201
Mason Hall. 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-
urer's office.
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 iln colleges, normal
schools, 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.
Praspective Applicants for the present B. S. - M. D. Curriculum:
Owing to the increased requirements for admission to the Medical School
the general situation has been somewhat altered and students now in
residence who are expecting to apply for admission to the B. S. - M. D.
curriculum are advised to confer with me at their earliest convenience.
John R. Effinger.
Psychelogy 31.: Students will take the following seats for the mid-
semester examination: names with initials A to K, inclusive, will meet
in the Natural Science Auditorium; names with initials L to Q, inclusive,
will meet in room 206 University Hall; names with initial-s R to Z will
meet in West Physics Lecture Hall. Take alternate seats.
Geology 31 Bluebook: Students whose names begin with A to Sm
will meet in room 25 Angell Hall, the others Sm through the alphabet
will meet in 1121 Natural Science basement, the Psychological lecture
room, near the West entrance of the building.
Sigma Delta Psi: All tryouts for Sigma Delta Psi, National Athletic
Fraternity, must have health cards before participating in the various
events. These may be obtained either from the Health Service or from
Dr. Lyman located at the Yost Field House.
Mail for the following is on hand undeliverable. It may be secured
by the owners at the general delivery window, Main office, on or before
November 15:
F. P. Allen, Inez Bagley, W. Besekil sky, F. M. Blanker, Seto Ching,
Leo Daneling, Albert Donohue, Edw. Donovan, Brower Fisher, William
DePew, Wm. P. Harris, Jr., Ralph E. Hatfield, Luoise Girunling (?), Roy
M. Hansen, Prof. Barbara Haecker, Clair Hulbert, Hunter Johnson,
T. Kronick, F. T. Kuan, Sarah Keho, Prof. Kent, Ruth Linninger, Martha
M. Lyon, Dara S. Lemon
University Lecture: Dr. Sylvanus G. Morley, Associate in Ameritcan
Archaeology of the Carnegie Institution of Washington, will lecture on
the archaeological field work of the Carnegie Institution in Yucatan and
Guatemala, Thursday afternoon, November 13, at 4:15 p.m., in the
Natural Science Auditorium. The lecture will be illustrated with lan-
tern slides. The public its invited.
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, as follows:
4:15 p.m., Natural Science Aud.: "The Apothecary in Literature."
8:00 p.m., Chemical Amphitheater: "Justus von Liebig."
Both lectures wi'll be illustrated.

Engineering Students: Mr. A. M. Dudley, Engineering Supervisor of
Development, Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Company, will speak to
Electrical Engineering students at 7:30 p.m., in Natural Science Audi-
torium, on "What Does an Engineer do in a Manufacturing Plant, and
How?" All who are interested are invited to attend.
J-Hop Committeemen: There will be an important meeting of the
committee at 8:30 o'clock tonight in the Union.
Electrical Engineering Students: The Department expects all E. E.
seniors to attend the talk by Mr. Dudley this evening. All students in
the department are urged to attend.
M. E. 52, Safety Engineering & Accident Prevention: This class will
meet at eight o'clock instead of seven today, due to the A.S.C.E. meeting.
Mathematical Club: Tea will be served to members of the staff
and graduate students at 3:30 p.m., in Rogm 3201 Angell Hall.
Botanical Seminar at 4:30, room 1139,, N. S. bldg. Paper by Paul B.
Sears, "The History of Ohio Vegetation."
Chemical Engineering Seminar: Dr. D. W. Murphy will address the
Seminar today at 4 o'clock in room 3201 East Engineering Building on
the subject, "Oxidation of Steel at Forging Temperatures."
A. S. C. E. Initiation and Banquet, Union at 6:30 p.m. Faculty and
local members are cordially invited.
Freshman Girl's Glee Club try-outs will be held from 3 to 6 in Miss
Hunt's studio on the mezzanine floor in the School of Music. This will
be the last opportunity to try out.
Gargoyle Cartoonists and others interested: A list of suggestions for
ihe December issue has been posted on the editorial office bulletin board.
December deadline for all drawings is Saturday, November 22.
Sigma Rho Tau, Engineering Debating Society meets at 7:15, in the
society room, and in room 307, 312, 317, 318, 328, and 334 West Engineer-
ing bldg. The first debate on the intercollegiate debating program, con-
cerning the Muscle Shoals project, will be held.
Annual Ann Arbor Artists Exhibition is open afternoons from 1:30
to 5 upstairs in Alumni Memorial Hall, through November 21.
The Garden Section of the Faculty Woman's Club meets at the
Women's Athletic Building, at 3 p.m. Mr. Ray Bassett of the Monroe
Nurseries will speak on "Fall Work in the Garden."
Gargoyle Business Staff meets at 4:00 p.m. in the Press Building.
Tryouts will report to the office at 3 o'clock for mailing out.
Druids: Luncheon this noon, same place as before.
All-Campus Open Forum: President Ruthven will speak on "Plans

of X-rays.
Alpha Kappa Delta will meet at
7:45 Thursday evening, November
13, at the home of the secretary,
1236 Washtenaw Avenue. A full at-
tendance is desired, as the election
of new members is to take place.
Miss Maida Kuo will have charge of
the program, speaking on the sub-
ject, "The Status of Women in
Hindustan Club: General meeting
of the Hindustan Club on Friday,
Nov. 14, at 8 p.m. in Lane Hall.
Faculty Women's Club, Thursday,
November 13, 2:30 p.m., ballroom,
Michigan League.
Youngstown - Michigan Club will
meet Thursday evening at 7:00 p.m.
in room 325 of the Michigan Union.

Complete Line of Everything Musical I

Miss Muriel Lser, head of
Ki'ngsly House, London. will speak
at Harris Hall at 4:30 p.m. Loday on
"The Art of Life." Tea at 4 o''lock.
Though the enrollment this year is
the largest in history,, only 115 stu-
dents have dropped out during the
Ifirst five wee'ks of the semrest-er, in

Terms to Suit


spite of the current depiession.

William Wade Hinshaw
Devoted to Music
Cor. Maynard and William
Phone 7515


There is no gift as distinctive
and unusual as your photo-
SENIORS - time is getting
short for Ensian pictures-you
should attend to this imme-
Phone 5031 for appointment.

State Street Phone 5031

332 South

French Lecture: Professor M. S.
Pargment will lecture at 4:15 o'clock
in room 103, Romance Language
Building on "Ceremonies nuptiales
d a n s les campagnes francaises."
This is the second lecture on the
Cercle Francais program. Tickets
for the series may be procured from
the secretary of the Romance Lan-
guage Department, room 112, Ro-
mance Building.
Organ Recital: Palmer Christian,
University organist, at 4:15 in Hill
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