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' THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, JANUAR'Y 15, 1931 4

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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.
VOL. XLI. THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1931 NO. 79
NOTICES
C. W. Ham to Speak Here: Mr. C. W. Ham, former City Manager of
Pontiac and past president of the City Manager's Association will speak
to the members of the Municipal Administration club on Friday, Jan.
16, at 4:30 p. in., in room 2225 of Angell hall.
His topic will be "Financial Aspects of City Management" and
should be one which he can competently handle inasmuch as since
leaving the City Manager field he has dwelt with city finances as
president of the Peoples State Bank of Pontiac.
Mr. Ham is a graduate of the Municipal Administration course at
Michigan gnd before entering the banking field was considered to be
one of the outstanding City Managers of the country.
All interested persons are cordially invited to attend.
Graduate Students: All graduate students who expect to complete
their work for a degree at the close of the present semester should call
at the office of the Graduate School, room 1014 Angell hall, to check their
records and to secure the proper blank to be used in paying the diploma
fee. The fee must be paid before the end of the semester, February 13.
Graduate students should make their second semester elections in:
the office of the Graduate School the week of February 9. New students,
or students transferring from other schools or colleges, should register
at the same time. A student planning to transfer should ask the
Secretary of his School or College to prepare and send to the office of
the Graduate School an official transcript of his undergraduate record.
G. Carl Huber, Dean.
First Year Medical Students: Except in special cases where an
immediate report is needed, 1st year Medical Students are asked to
wait until the Second Semester before calling for Medical Test results.
When work on the tests has progressed far enough to justify an inter-
pretation of results, a rather complete presentation will be given to all
those interested at an hour convenient for 1st year Medical Students.
Doris F. Twitchell, Office of Educational Investigations.
New Transportation Curriculum: Students interested in this curri-
culum, particularly Freshmen and Sophomores, should see Professor
John S. Worley at 1026 E. Engineering building, that they may plan their
courses for the coming semester. L. M. Grain.
Faculy Rifle Shoot scheduled for tonight is postponed until Thurs-
day night, January 22.
Sophomore Engineers: Payment of dues will be postponed until
January 21, 22, and 23.
Men's Inter-Class Bowling: Each team should call Michigan Union
Bowling Alleys immediately to make resei'vations. Matches must be
rolled within the next three days.
EVENTS TODAY
Chemistry 3 (I): Make up of second examination will be held at
4:00 p m., in room 410 Chemistry building.
Naval Aviation: Final exam in Regulations, Courts and Boards will
be given, as announced, at 7:00 p. m.

Studio Art Club: There will be a studio class meeting in life sketch-
ing this evening at 8, in the fourth floor studios of the Architectural
building. All those interested in practice in this type of cdrawing are i
welcome. Mr. Valerio will be the critic.
Black Quill meets at 8 p. in., in the Michigan League building.
Deutscher Zirkel: Members meet at 7:00 p. m., Rentschler's studio
for 'Ensian photograph. Please bring dues.
Pi Lambda Theta business meeting at 4:15 p. m., Michigan League
building.
Alpha Kappa Delta meets at 8:00 this evening at the residence of
Prof. Robert C. Angell, 1007 Berkshire road. Those desiring transporta-
tion should be in the lobby of the Economics bldg. by 7:45.
Eta Sigma Phi: The group picture will be taken at 7:30 p. M., at
the Dey studio. Prompt attendance is urged as another group is beingE
photographed soon after.
Michigan Technic: The staff picture will be taken this afternoon
at 5:10 in Rentschler's studio, 319 East Huron St.
Senior Ball Committee: Important meeting will be held in room 302
of the Michigan Union at i:30 p. m.
Pan-Hellenic Ball Committee: 'Ensian picture will be taken at
5:30 at Dey's.
COMING EVENTS
Engineering "How to Study" Class (G. L. Jensen): Those interested
in reviewing Chemistry 5E should meet Professor J. H. Hodges in room
464 Chemistry buildign at 7:00 p. m., on Friday, January 16.
Mr. H. M. Brink, general manager of the L. W. Robinson Co., Battle
Creek, Michigan, will give a lecture at 2 p. m., Friday, January 16, in
room 110, Tappan hall, to the class -- - -
in Retailing. Other students inter-
ested in attending the meeting will
be welcome.
Men's Education Club will meet
Friday evening at 7:00, Michigan
Union. U. S. Commissioner of Edu-
cation, John William Cooper, is the
speaker. All men interested in Edu-
cation are invited to attend.
Wyvern's picture will be taken on
Friday, January 16, at Dey's at
12:15 p. m.
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SPECIAL EOUCATION ,
GIVEN TOCHLRNwest o
Social Service Department of
University HospitalC th s l t
Enrolls 1,484. the hig
Curing the discouragement andt fin
inferiority which physically handi-
capped childhood and youth feel
with special keenness, and develop-
ing instead an interest in life
through the training of the indi- here Ye
vidual's special abilities, is the im-
portant work undertaken by the ively d
social service department o the
Uni ersity hospital in its program colorfu
of special education, which enroll-
ed 1,484 students last year.
"Modern psychology has shown
that the roots of character are di-
rectly traceable to favorable or un-
favorable experiences in childhood," the tav
states Dorothy Ketcham, director of
social service. "The child who is vice fr
crippled or confined to an institu-
tion is almost entirely cut off from standsar
the normal work and play whic
give the well child a sense of im-
portance in the world. As a conse-
quence t h e handicapped youth
tends strongly to develop a feeling
of inferiority, he feels apart and
useless, and when this occurs it not { ac
only slows physical recovery but
gives the individual an outlook special
which islikely to make his life a
burden both to himself and so- week d
ciety."
The purpose of the department

of special education is to correct
this wrong start by finding the
special abilities of the patient and
developing these to the maximum
degree to take his thoughts from
his deficiencies.
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SPREST APPOINTED
DEBATE S TO MEETO PRISON BOARD
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Adelphi and Sigma Rho Tau to
Argue on Muscle Shoals
Next Tuesday.
The oldest and the youngest de-
bating societies on the campus, rep-
resenting the literary and engi-
neering colleges, will meet next
Tuesday night to debate the ques-
tion of government operation of
Muscle Shoals. Adelphi, nearing its
centenary, oldest organization of its
kind west of the Alleghenies, will
uphold government control, and
Sigma Rho Tau, organized last
year among the engineers, will take
the other side.
A distinguished presiding officer
and group of judges will officiate.
The teams will be announced short-
ly. The debate will be held in one
of the larger meeting rooms on the
campus, and is expected to draw
a large audience.
This issue, now under consider-
ation by Congress, is of immediate
interest, and has recently been the
subject of discussion by engineer-
ing forums.
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SYMPHONY TO GW E
CONCERTON RADIO
University Orchestra Will Again
Broadcast Recital Froim
Morris Hall Studio.
The University Symphony or-
chestra will again broadcast over
the University radio station Satur-
day night, Prof. David Mattern, di-
rector of the organization, an-
nounced yesterday. This broadcast
will mark one of the numerous con-
certs which are planned for the or-
chestra for the ehsuing three
months.
A concert n n-Iill auditorium in
conjunction with the Men's Glee
club is also planned for the near
future while during the month of
February, two concerts, one in Ann
Arbor and one for the Detroit Mus-
ical society in the latter city, are
planned.
hThetotal membership of the or-
chestra now numbers 90 with a
practically complete orchestration.
Rehearsals.
Phone 2-2551
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Engineering "How to Study" Class (G. L. Jensen): Those interested
reviewing Chemistry 3 should meet in room 464 Chemistry building
5:00 p. z .

Pharmacy Students: All elections for th'e second semester should
be made today or tomorrow in room 250 Chemistry and Pharmacy bldg.
Senior Mechanical Engineers: A representative of Detroit Edison,
company will be in room 221 for the purpose of answering any questions
which seniors may care to ask regarding an electrical utility.
Actuarial Examinations: There will be a meeting of students inter-
ested in the actuarial examinations to be held in April, 1931, in room
3017 Angell hall, at 4 p. m.
Forestry Club group picture for the 'Ensian will be taken Thursday,
5 p. m., at Dey's studio.
Psychological Journal Club meets at 7:30 p. m., in room 3126 Natural
Science bldg. Professor John F. Shepard will discuss maze learning in
rats and in humans. All interested are welcome.
Political Science Journal Club meets in 2035 A. H., 3:00-5:00 p. m.
Varsity Glee Club-There will be a meeting as usual tonight. All
members be present. -
University Symphony Orchestra: Important full rehearsal 3:00 p. m.,
MVforris hall, for Saturday night broadcast.
Adelphi House of Representatives: 'Ensian picture will be taken at
7:15, at the Spedding studio on Liberty street. All active and associate
members are asked to be present on time.

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