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PAGE EIGHT

THE M1CHI'GA V

D A T L Y

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1930

PA~! E!~HT THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, O~O~ER 3, 1~3~

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NE NOVELTY OF SEEING OTHERS WORK New York Governor MICHIGAN WOMAN I Alum
DAILY OFF I C I AI ULLET IN WFADES WITH FINISHING OF BUILDING to Seek Re-election WINS FELLOWSHIP Un
Work on Exterior of New Cook main reading room requires an ab- Miss Edna E. Nicholson, A.B., hasFrank
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of normal amount of warmth, and been selected by the National Tu- resont t
the University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the psraryNearsCornngetion im tpa( berculosis association as the recipi-r.t
President until 3:30, excepting Sundays. 11:30 a. m. Saturday. After 13 Months.h plans are now being made to plae ent of a fellowship for notable re- mond
operation as soon as possible search in tuberculosis. The fellow- foundin
VOL. XLII. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1930 NO. 9 Michigan's best excuse to delay perhaps the terracing of the ship grant totals $1500 for the aca- San Fra
for a few precious minutes the at- grounds will afford the means to demic year. yesterda
NOTICES tendance of one o'clock classes is attractuthe attentions of the stu- A letter was received by theUni- In the
Islowly becoming a stately structure !dent. But no matter what is left eriyYetedyIfrin hea- e t
School of Education, Change of Eiections: Changes of elections may Of stone and gargoyles. The new for admiring undergraduates to.,
be made today in the office of the Recorder of the School of Education, aw library nears completion on watch enroute from class to home pointet. ds holson, wo A.B., Ph
Room 1437, University Elementary School. the exterioro or home to class, the fact remains at the department of public health who has
Membership in a class does not cease nor does membership in a For the past 13 months an tx- that a great friend is soon to pass, here, will start work at once on a will go i
class begin until all changes have been officially registered in the office cus o statn and watch andopi never to be rea deysubject which is scheduled to take formerly
of conversation for passers-by andJ Some of Michigan's student body
of the Recorder of the School of Education. Arrangements made with the dinner topic of the city's south- are sorry to see the library so approximately a year. ganic c
the instructor only are not official changes. end residents, the new law library completion.
After October 3, changes should still be made in Room 1437, Ele- now needs only a few minor addi- I
mentary School, but only after payment of a fee of one dollar. tions to finish the outside struc-RC
ture. It is true that six months' RO T*C to Take Part
Sork remains on the inside-plast- In Armistice Exercise
School of Education-Changes o Sections: Changes of sections or ering, finishing, panelling-but the @ 10 +
of instructors should be reported at the office of the School of Education, pubili eye is kept away from such Plans are bemng made for theSeor
Room 1437, University Elementary School, as soon as they have been operations, so that building will entire R. O. T. C. unit and the
made, Ibegin to lose its novelty. Varsity-R. O. T. C.-band to par- J
made. Last fall the object of interest ticipate in the annual Armistice Jun ors
seemed to be the decorative gar- Day exercises, November 11, ac-
Rhodes Scholarships: Candidates for this year's award are requested goyles and their sarvers. In the cording to an announcement made O O O
to confer with Professor A. L. Cross, Room 1011, Angell Hall, Tuesday or winter it was the new dormitory yesterday by Major B a s i 1 D. Sopho-no
Thursday at 10 A.M. or Friday at 9 A.M. before October 10. and its growth. Last spring, steel Edwards of the corps.
construction and riveting sounded I Although the time has been set
ltthe first death knell, and now, for 10 o'clock, the place has not Assoiate PRessVot
Phi Beta Kappa. It is the wish of the local Chapter to have a com-I with the stone cutters putting in been definitely decided. All mem- Go Franklin D. Roosevet, a
plete list of all resident Phi Beta Kappas in its address list, partly for the finishing touches on the exter- bers participating during the hour I. Governor of New York, who was
the convenience of the National Office and partly because it makes it ior, Ann Arbor's southward stu- of the ceremony will be excused m ca ticonventonyase
possible for us to reach resident members with notices of meetings and dents must seek other means of from classes. styte caidceio the
banquets as they occur. Any members in Ann Arbor who have not been inter-hour interest. JOtnDrhe siinhh
receiving such notices in the past, or are newcomers in the city are asked One of the biggest problems fac- SOCIETY WILL MEET election for the position which he
to send in their names and addresses to the Secretary, Dr. O. F. Butler, ing the constructors of the Cook THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9 now holds
3233, Angell Hall either by Campus Post or U. S. Mail, as soon as ! library is the fact that winter isn't The Washtenaw County Medical IS OPEN
so far away, so some source of heat society will meet Thursday night, Sturgis to Describe
passible,.I must soon be added to the normal October 9, rather than October 2,
overhead. A room as large as the as was announced yesterday. Treating of Anaemia
Sociology 51: A list of numbers assigned to students for use on the
notebooks has been posted on the Sociology bulletin board in the Eco- Psy. 105, Psychology and Religion. All students in this course who in Eastern Lecture Enough Sai
nomics building. Each student should consult this list and obtain his were not at the introductory lecture on Tuesday, Sept. 30, are asked to _
nurber before turning in the first unit of the notebook. come to Room 2122 N.S. Saturday at 10 A.M. to get the material for the Dr. Cyrus C. Sturgis, director of
first assignment due Oct. 7. the Simpson Memorial Institute, C. W. KELSEY, MANAG
German 33 at nine o'clock (Mr. Van de Luyster's section) will meet will go to Buffalo next Thursday to
on Mondays in Room 201 S.W. Varsity Glee Club: A list of the new members of the Glee Club will lecture on the work the institute Fourth and Huron S
Tuesdays and Thursdays in Room 203 U.H. be posted on the Bulletin Board of the Michigan Union Saturday. The has been doing along research lines
Fridays in Room 209 Romance Language Dept. first rehearsal will be held in Room 307 Michigan Union on Monday eve- during the past year. Dr. Sturgis A Michigan Tradi
ning at 7:15. will also go to New York where he
English 45, Section 3: This class will meet in 4082 N.S. at 10 o'clock is scheduled to give an address.
MWF. I Cosmopolitan Club: The opening social meeting will he held in The Institute has lately received Dancing During Foot
Lane Hall auditorium at 8:00 P.M., Saturday, October 4. Dean w. R.many confirmations of its work iD cuF
EVENTS TODAY Hfumphreys will live a brief welcoming address. Old members, foreign the treatment of pernicious anae- 12:30-1:30 5:30 t
Comedy Club Members: Readings for parts in "Olympia" will be students new to the campus, and their friends are urged to attend. wmia from foreign medical research
held for members only at 8:30 o'clock tonight in room 203 of University works. Abota eaa
Cnregtinl Studcnt P wshi: First rgur n n Sturgis and Dr. RaphealIsaacs
------- ------- ------ ------- ------ ------- --- shiD:- F-- --t --e- lar Sundavv eveningioui1r.,,,,ng<,n

nus to Represent
iversity at Jubilee
L. Sizer, C. E., '78, will rep-
he University at the dia-
bilee in celebration of the
g of St. Ignatius College,
ncisco, it was announced
y.
event that Mr. Sizer is un-
attend, Theodore J. Swift,,
.C., also of the clas of '7,
been appointed substitute,
n his place. Mr. Swift was
assistant professor of or-
hemistry here.
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.111 ara' .waa.c iuaauacav~a aa uiuau -ua cv aa evoved a metod or treatin h
meeting will be held in the church parlors October 5. President Alexan-I malady with extract from hog's
The University Loan Committee meets at 1:30 P.M., in Room 2, Uni~ der G. Ruthven will speak on "Student Responsibility.;' His talk will be stomach rather than calf's liver
versity Hall. preceded by the 5:30 social half hour and the 6:00 luncheon. All students 'which had previously been used and
Students whose names begin with the letters A-L, who have filed are invited to attend. which had proven too expensive.
applications with the Office of the Dean of Students, should call at that- ________
office for an appointment with the Committee.
Psy. 203. Advanced Systematic. Students in this course will meet M OONLIGHT RI E T"NIG
for organization at 4:30 P.M. in Room 2116 N.S. From the Ann St. Stables-The number is limited-So call early ro ie

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Aero. 12, Seminar in Theoretical Aerodynamics: All students inter-
ested in a course iii theoretical aerodynamics will meet in Room 13-302,1
East Engineering Building at 4:00 p.m.
English 294, Methods of Research. (W. G. Rice) The first meeting
of this course will be held in 2219 Angell Hall at 3 p.m.
M. E. 2: For the benefit of those students who classified late or did
not attend the first meeting of the class, the assignment for Sections III
and IV for today is Chapters 1, IV and V, omitting Article 54, in "Ele.-
W.ents of Machine Design" by Kimball and Barr.
Gargoyle Business Staff will meet at 4 P.M. All upper staffmen and
tryouts are expected to attend.
Tryouts for the Michigan Technic staff meet at Rm. 3038, East Eng.
Bldg. between 1:30 and 4:30 P.M. Only second semester Freshman and
Sophomores eligible.
Presbyterian Students are cordially invited to an acquaintance
party and dance to be held at the church house, 1432 Washtenaw, this
evening.

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COMING EVENTS
University Lectures: Monday, October 6, 4:15 p.m., Room 15, Chem-
istry Building: Professor Franz Knoop, of the Physiologisch-Chemisches
Institut of the University of Tubingen-"Intermediary Metabolism."
Tuesday, October 7, 4:15 p.m., Natural Science Auditorium: Mr.
W. E. Kiley, formerly of the Imperial Forestry Institute, University of
Oxford-"The Economic Foundations of Forestry."
Faculty, College of Literature, Science and the Arts. The first regu-
lar meeting of the year will be held in Room 2225, Angell Hall, Monday, I
October- 6, at 4:10 P.M., and the succeeding monthly meetings will be!
helh generally on the first Monday of each month unless otherwise an- I
pounced. All members of the faculty are invited to attend and Professors,I
Associate Professors, Assistant Professors and instructors of three years'
service constitute the voting members of the faculty.
At the meeting on Monday, October 6, will occur the election of a
representative to the Senate Committee on University Affairs, the Library
Committee, and the Dean's Advisory Committee. Professor Rich will also
have an announcement to make for the Curriculum Committee and Pro-
fessor C. S. Yoakum, newly appointed Vice-President of the University
and Director of the Bureau of Educational Investigation will explain the
nature of the work he is undertaking.
German Department-The first ordinary monthly meeting of the
current session will take place on Tuesday, October 7, at 4:15 P.M. in
Roonm 201, University Hall.
Psy. 33L, 35, and 37. All students in these laboratory courses will
meet for the introductory lecture on Saturday, Oct. 4, at 11 A. M. in
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