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blication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
the University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to
e President until 3:30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday.

SAN JOSE, Calif., Oct. 8.-(A)-I page manus'cript in trust to Miss

The original of a 500-word auto-
biography in the handwriting of
,Abraham Lincoln will be turned
over to a public institution under
the terms of the will of Miss Fan-
nie Fell, who died at Los Gatos,

Fell's niece and her son, Harriet
F. and Robert D. Richardson, of
They are directed to present the
manuscript "to some public insti-
tution'I' where it will be well cared
for "and made available to the



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Sept. 24. people of the United States and es-
The will is to be probated bere pecially to students of the life and
this week. It bequeaths the three- times of Abrahani Lincoln."

Identification Cards: Students whose names begin with letters N-Z
secure their identification cards today by calling at Room 4, Uni-
ty Hall. To accommodate students whose schedules do not permit
7 to come during regular office hours, cards will be given out from
1:30 p. m., and from 5 to 6 p. m.
their identification cards must be presented at the football gaies
must be surrendered upon withdrawal from the University.
3. A. Bursley, Dean of Students.
Notice: Beginning with the Chicago game on October 10, Student
ts will be honored at Stadium gates only when presented by stu-
s with University Identification Cards.
Board in Control of Athletics.
dentification for llcalth Service: Everyone will be asked to present
tlfication cards when reporting for Health Service care. This is
rotect students against the intrusion of persons not entitled to
ce. Warren E. Forsythe.
Attention of Freshmen Students: The new students are reminded
ie assembly "How to Study" which will be held this afternoon in
Natural Science auditorium. In case of conflict between classwork
assemblies, the student will be excused from the classwork. Each
mt is required to attend only one assembly. His attendance at the
nbly to which he has been assigned is obligatory. This assignment
be found on the Orientation Period schedule card.
John R. Effinger, Dean.
James B. Edmonson, Dean.
Earl V. Moore.
Women Students Attending the Illinois-Michigan Football Game:
.en students wishing .to attend the Illinois- Michigan football game
equired to register in the office of the Dean of Women.
I letter of permission from parents must be received in the Dean'k
not later thah Thursday, October 22. If a student wishes to gc
wise than by train, special permission for such mode of travel must
cluded in the parent's letter.
k chaperon fee of $1.25 is required of students going by train. This
is payable upon registration for the trip.
3raduate women are invited to register in the office also.
Byrl Fox Bacher, Assistant Dean of Women.
Eequired Hygiene Lectures for Women: Hygiene lectures for fresh-
women which began on Monday, October 5, will continue until a
s of seven lectures have been given. These lectures will be held
Monday at 4:15 p. m., in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall on the second
of Barbour Gymnasium.
-ygiene lectures for upperclass women which began on Tuesday,
ber 6, will continue until a series of seven lectures have been given.
e lectures will be held each Tuesday at 4:15 p. m., in Sarah Caswell
11 Hail on the second floor of Barbour Gymnasium.
[f a transferring student has had a course in Personal or General
ene which has been accepted and credited by this University she
be exempt from the fygiene requirement here. To secure exemp-
she must secure a slip from the office of the D n of. her College
ing the credit received for the hygiene course. Such slips are to
resented to Mrs. Daum in Office 15, Barbour gymnasium, who will
matically exempt her from required hygiene course.
[hose who have taken courses in other institutions but have no
t will have to report for the first hygiene lecture and will also take
xamination to be given on October 10. If they pass this examin-
*/they are then exempt from the remainder of the hygiene lectures.
f by any chance a freshman believes herself to be in a position to
the upperclass exemption examination, she may apply to Miss Mc-
ick in the Dean of Women's office, Barbour Gymnasium, for this
Economics 101 (L. L. Watkins): The seating list is posted at the'
,nce of Natural Science Auditorium and on the Economics bulletin
d. Please consult the list before the next lecture.
students in Engineering: Students enrolled in any of the following
ses 'are requested to report at the Secretary's Office, 263 West En-

Baker, Sidney A.
Bosma, Daniel F.
Brackett, John L.
Brown, Lloyd A.
Burkhart, Ivan
Bury, Walter M.
Carr, Arthur J.
Davis, Wm. E.
DeLine, Clifford A.
Dickey, John W.
Gisler, Geo. L.
Gluck, Louis
Griggs, Joseph F.
Hathaway, G. W.
Carlton, Herman
H1fity, Everett Jay
Hines, Daniel M.
Hubbard, D. K.
Hubly, John D..

Johnson, Vernon C.
Keller, Arthur P.
Light, Goddard
Lincoln, Daniel F.
Little, James W.
Littlejohn, Wilmer
Luther, George E.
Manley, John
Marks, Stanley G.
Merkus, P. J.
Milliken, Herbert
Moore, H. C.
Moreland, William R.
Morse, L. M.
Nicholson, C. Henry
Owens, James S.
Porter, Warren K.
Reichard, H. H.
Rice, Ed. S.

Robinson, Richard M.
Romer, Samuel
Schuller, William
Semple, Jack S.
Shaw, Robert N.
Shelley, Sidney
Smith, C. E.
Snyder, W. W.
Springer, Eugene W.
Steudt, Louis W.
Steinberg, Abraham
Stewart, Charles D.
Szekely, Geo. E.
Ungerer, Roland B.
Vennema, Ame
Warner, Edwin
Wise, H.
Wolbrink, Donald H.
Woolley, Harold

Governor Defies Effort to Open
Wells He Closed Aug. 5
by Martial Law.
OKLAHOMA CITY, Oct. 8.-()-
William H. "Alfalfa Bill" Murray, as
governor of Oklahoma, has defied
a legal effort to open the flush oil
fields which he shut down under
a martial law order Aug. 5, but has
opened the way for retreat as a
With foes of the martial law
regime seeking a federal court in
junction to restore production, Gov.
Murray reiterated his belief that
the state is above the power of the
"interior federal courts."
"If the suit is against me," he
said, "I'll obey it, but if it is against
the governor of the sovereign state
of Oklahoma I'll ignoreit."
The action, filed by attorney for
Frank Russell of the Russell Petro-
leum corporation, named the gov-
ernor, Adjt. Gen. Charles F. Barrett
and Cicero I. Murray, the governor's
cousin, in charge of the martial
regulations. The date was not set
for a hearing.
Gov. Murray closed the flush
pools with the announcement that
they would remain closed until the.
price of crude oil rose to $1 a bar-
rel. Russell charged violation of
both the federal and state constitu-

Psychology 33L quiz meets at 1 o'clock on Friday, Room 3126 Natural
Science building. In case of conflict, see instructor Room 2127.
University Girls' Glee Club will hold try-outs toddy from 3 to 5 at
the School of Music.

internal meaicine, accourumo an
Unknown Thief Takes announcement made yesterday by
Coats From Students Prof. Frederick G. Novy, chairman
of the executive committee of the
A "coat fiend" is at large in Ann medical school.
Arbor. Thefts of two top coats, a Dr. Barker, who is traveling in
sweater coat, and two suit coats Europe at the present time during
were reported at three addresses, his sebatical semester has been
all student rooming houses. At no notified and will be in Edenbourgh
place was anything else than coats in time to attend the convention.
A robbery from Phi Kappa Sigma WISCONSIN--In spite of the de-
fraternity also was reported to the pression, the home economics de-
police. Oscar T. Perkinson, '31E, lost partment of the university reports
a watch and chain, and $5 was also 600 more students registered than
taken from Samuel H. Dils, '32. last year.

Jewish Students: Orthodox services will be held 'at 7:00
the Hillel Foundation, corner Oakland and East University.
formed service will take place Sunday morning, Oct. 11, in the
the Women's League building, starting at 11 o'clock.

p. m., at
The Re-
chapel of

Geology 11 and 31: The makeup final examination will be given on
Friday, October 16, at 2:00 in room 3055 N. S.
Candidates for the Master's Degree in English: Candidates who have
not heard the lectures on Bibliography offered by the Department are
required to attend the series beginning Saturday, October 10, at 9:00
a. in., in 2225 A. H. Warner G. Rice.
National Association of Cost Accountants, Detroit Chapter, meet in
Room 316, Michigan Union, 8 p. in., Saturday, Oct. 10. Address by George
P. Bugbee, Business Manager of University Hospital, ''Hospital Cost Ac-
counting." Discussion to be led by Dr. Stewart Hamilton, Director of
Harper Hospital, Detroit. Dinner, $1.50, Union Ballroom, 6 p. m. Reserva-
tions should be made with H. F. Taggart, University phone 496. All inter-
ested persons welcome.
Required Hygiene Exemption Examination-Women: All students
who have had a course in Hygiene at another institution but who have
not received credit will report for an examination on Saturday morning,
October 10, at 10 o'clock in Natural Science auditorium.
Economics Club: First meeting Monday, October 12, at 7:30 p. m.,
in Room 402 of the Union. Professor C. F. Remer will speak on "Some
Economnics Problems of Modern China." Members of the staffs in Eco-
nomics and Business Administration, graduate students in these depart-
ments, and others interested are invited to attend.
Tryouts for Comedy Club: General tryouts for "Comedy Club mem-
bership will take place next week Tuesday and Thursday from 4:00 to
6:00. The place of tryouts, is to be announced in Tuesday's D. O. B.
Transfers of above Freshman standing and second semester Freshmen
are not eligible. A portion of one character's part from some play should
be selected for presentation, not over three minutes in length. Everyone
should try to be present at the Tuesday tryouts because the Thursday
tryouts are mainly a second tryout for those selected.
Oriental Women's Club: Meeting at the League (Alumnae Room)
Sunday, Oct. 11, at 3 p. m. Oriental girls new on the campus are cor-
dially invited.
The Philippine-Michigan Club: The election of officers for the cur-
rent school year will be held Sunday, October 11, at 3 p. in., in Lane hall.
All members are requested to attend. '

Few Michigan students plan to
follow the carrers of their fathers,
according to a report published in
the Michigan Alumnus by Prof.
Clifford Woody of the School of
Ordinarily only about fifteen
percent of the entering freshmen
intend to take up their fathers'
calling. In the cases of engineers
and doctors' sons, however, 53 per
cent are going to take up the work
of their fathers. Professor Woody
had access to figures concerning a
group of 5715 students of whom
1306 came to this University.
16.5 per cent of the freshman
have business executives for fath-
ers, 1.1 per cent have minor busi-
ne «, executives for fathers, store-
keepers, merchants, and smaller
manufacturers are the fathers of
17 per cent, salesmen, of 10 per
cent, and clerical employees of 1.6.
per cent.
Trained trade workers 'or artis-
ans were thei fathers of '11.9 per
cent of the freshmen in the year
in which the survey wasmae.
Semi-skilled laborers sent 3.7 per
cent of these students to college,
farmers sent 4.7 per cent, and 11.2
per cent are unclassified because
of insufficient information about
their parents.
-Coeds have arisen in concerted
action to obtain the right to decide
for themselves whether or not "they
shall be allowed to smoke in their
houses. Toward this end, they have
circulated a petition which is be-
fore the respective rooming houses
for consideration.*

Open Daily 12:15 A. M. to 10:30 P. M.
Dance nights 12:15 A. M. to midnight.


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year courses combined with industry,
)inations of any two courses,
ematics, or combinations of the mathematical
.cs, or combinations with other courses,
ieering Mechanics, or combinations,
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R. O. T. C. students who have not been measured for uniforms will
>ort to R. O. T. C. Office before noon today for measurements.
Choral Union Ushers: Will the following men please report to Mr.
rrisonr in the box office of Hill auditorium between 4:00 and 5:00 p. m.,
lay, for Choral Union assignments:
The Michigan Union
will serve the following menu to members and their guests
on Sunday, October 11 from 1:00 to 2:30 P. M. in she
Main Dining Room at $1.50 per person. Table reserva
tions may be made by Telephoning 4151.


B0 0KS

New and Second-Hand

For all Departments at



316 State Street

L Try Our Tasty Luncheons

Slater's wish to announce that their
CASES may still be procured at the
dean's office or at one of their stores
at either end of the diagonal.

Melon Cocktail, -Supreme
Bluepoint Oysters on Half Shell
Consomme aux Trois Racine
Cream of Tomato Soup


Co Am-


Branch Celery

Mixed Olives

Sweet Pickles

Roast Domestic Duckling, Oyster Dressing, Apple Sauce
Grilled Porter House, Steak, Rosette Potatoes, Sauce Bordelaise
Fried Spring Chicken a la Maryland

Dinner 50c and up
We Serve All Kinds of Sandwiches


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Pineapple.Fritter, Sauce Sabayon

Mashed Potatoes
Sweet Potatoes, Cider Glace
Frozen Punch

Fresh Brocolli, Hollandaise
Baked Pepper Squash






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