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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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.

Students whose names begin with the letters M-Z, who have filed
applications with the Office of the Dean of Students, should call at that
office for an appointment with the committee.
Notice To Freshmen: Opportunity will be given on Tuesday andl
Wednesday afternoon, October 7 and 8, to make up examinations missed
during Freshman Week. Freshmen taking such examinations should
report in Room 205, Mason Hall, just above the office of the RegistrarI
as follows:
Those who missed the Tuesday morning examination, English, will
report at 4 p.m., Tuesday, October 7. Those who missed the Friday morn...
ing examination, Mathematics, will report at 4:45 p.m., Tuesday, Octo-
ber 7. Those who missed the Thursday morning examination, Psycho-
logical examination, will report at 3:00 p.m., Wednesday, October 8.

Scalp and Blade: All members are
requested to meet at room 306 in
the Michigan Union, Sunday at
2:30.
COMING EVENTS
University Lectures: Monday, Oc-
tober 6, 4:15 p.m., Room 15, Chem-
istry Building: Professor Franz
Knoop, of the Physiologisch-Chem-,
isches Institut of the University of
Tubingen -"Intermediary Metabo-
lism."
Tuesday, October 7, 4:15 p.m.,

ginning Monday morning, October
6, at 8:30 o'clock, at which time, all
remaining tickets will be offered to
the general public. Previous to that
time, up to noon Saturday, October
4, all mail orders received will be
filled in advance in sequence. Prices,
$6.00, $8.00, $10.00, and $12.00 each.
Mathematics 175 will be given by

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1930
G. Y. Rainich on WThF at 4 o'clock,
in Room 3011 A.H.
Mathematics 235, Seminar in Rel-
ativity will be held in Room 3011
A.H. on Mondays at 3 o'clock.
English 211b will meet Monday at
three o'clock in Room 2216, Angell
Hall.
(Continued on Page 7)

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1930

NO, 11 1

NOTICES
President and Mrs. Ruthven will be at home from 4 to 6 o'clock on
the first two Sunday afternoons of each month to members of the fac-
ulties, their friends, and other residents of Ann Arbor.

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Varsity Band: Tryouts for trombone, tuba, E flat baritone and
sax will be held Sunday morning at Morris Hall from 10 to 12.
marching folios must be handed in at Morris Hall between 10 and 12
tomorrow as additional music must be placed in them.

bass
All
a.m.

N. Falcone.
Instructions For 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
accide:t report forms (No. 2547) will on request be furnished by the
Hospital Credit Department.).0
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 requir-
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 it 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 entrance
at the rear of the main building 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 provided by the
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.
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-
velop into a permanent or temporary disability.
S. W. Smith, Vice President and Secretary.

These examinations are required for all freshmen entering the Uni- Natural Science Auditorium: Mr.
versity and will take precedence over all other appointments, including W. E. Hiley, formerly of the Impe-
class work. Be on time. Ira M. Smith, Registrar. rial Forestry Institute, University of
(xford--"The Economic Founda-
Hygiene lectures for freshman women will begin on Monday, October tions of Forestry."
6, and will continue until a series of seven lectures have been given.
These lectures will be held each Monday at 4:15 p.m. in Sarah Caswell Faculty, College of Literature,
Angell Hall in Barbour Gymnasium. Students are required to keep Science and the Arts. The first reg-
notebooks, ular meeting of the year will be
held in Room 2225, Angell Hall,
Monday, October 6, at 4:10 p.m.,
Hygiene lectures for upperelass women will begin on Tuesday, Octo- and the succeeding monthly meet-
ber 7, and will continue until a series of seven lectures have been given, ltgs wil be held generally on the
These lectures will be held each Tuesday at 4:15 p.m. in Sarah Caswell first Monday of each month unless
Angell Hall in Barbour Gymnasium. Students are required to keep otherwise announced. All members
notebooks. of the faculty are invited to attend
and Professors, Associate Professors,
Riding classes for women in physical education will start on Tues- Assistant Professors and instructors
day, October 7. Students should report to the Mullison Stables on Ann of three years' service constitute the
Street. voting members of the faculty.
At the meeting on Monday, Octo-
Mathematics: The advanced course in the Calculus of Variations ber 6, will occur the election of a
will meet Tuesday and Thursday, 2:30 to 4:00 p.m., in Room 3010 Angell representative to the Senate Com-
Hall. mittee on University Affairs, the Li-
brary Committee, and the Dean's
EVENTS TODAY Advisory Committee. Professor Rich
Wesley Guild: The speaker at the evening meeting will be the di- will also have an announcement to
rector of the guild, Mr. Ralph Johnson. His topic will be "The Heel of make for the Curriculum Committee
Achilles." Mrs. Frederick Fisher will lead a class in "Comparative Re- and Professor C. S. Yoakum, newly
ligions" at noon. Evening meeting at 6:00 p.m. followed by the social ppointed Vice-President of the
g g7:.gynpd.Wm. f edH nthes.cial University and Director of the Bu-
hour at 7:00. Everyone invited. Wesley Hall, State and Huron streets. p~fVr~ntei1

A nnouncing

the

Opening of

RUBY'S

Congregational Student Fellowship: First regular Sunday evening
meeting will be held in the church parlors October 5. President Alexan-
der G. Ruthven will speak on "Student Responsibility." His talk will be
preceded bytthe 5:30 social half hour and the 6:00 luncheon: All students
are invited to attend.
Varsity Band Tryouts: Tryouts for trombones, tubas, E flat and bass
saxophones will be held Sunday morning, at 10:30, in Morris Hall,
Varsity Glee Club: The first rehearsal of the Men's Glee Club will
be held in Room 303, Michigan Union tonight at 7:15. A list of success-
ful tryouts is posted on the bulletin board of the Michigan Union.
Archery: Those interested in Archery please meet in Dr. Lynam's
office, Yost Field House, at 2:30 p.m.

reau of Edaucationai Investigation
will explain the nature of the work
he is undertaking.
Faculty, School of Education:
The first meeting of the year will
he held in conjunction with a staff
luncheon at the Michigan League
Building (3rd floor) at 12:00 o'clock
sharp on Monday, October 6. Full
attendance is desired.
Choral Union Concert Tickets.
The "over the counter sale" of sea-
son Choral Union concert tickets,
will take place at the School of
Music office on Maynard Street, be-

DELICATESSEN

AND

SANDWICH SHOP

WE SERVE KOSHER STYLE

MEATS AND SAUSAGES

Interfraternity Council: There will be a meeting, for the election
officers, of the Interfraternity Council in Room 302, Michigan Union,;
4:30 p.m. Tuesday, October 7. Every member of the Council is urged
have its representatives present at this meeting. J. A. Bursley.

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Graduate School: Regularly enrolled graduate students, who hold
the rank of Assistant Professor, or above, at another institution, are
asked to leave their names at the office of the Graduate School, 1014
Angell Hall, at their earliest convenience. This applies only to married
students.
Business Administration Students: Those students who are enrolling
in the School of Business Administration this fall for the first time are
expected to be present at the meeting for instruction in report writing
to be held in Room 206 Tappan Hall at 3:00, Wednesday, October 8.
C. E. Griffin, Dean.

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