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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

tioned, as the regular initiation meeting is to be held on Saturday
evening, October 24, at 8 o'clock.
Notice: Organizations wishing to hold meetings in rooms in the
Michigan League building are asked to notify Mrs. Hollister's office at
least one day before the meeting is to take place.
MEETINGS TODAY
St. Andrew's Church Services: 8:00 a. m., 9:30 a. m., 11:00 a. m. Rev.
Henry Lewis will preach on the "Relationship of Religion to Medicine."

ublication in the
f the University.
le President until

Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
Copy received at the office of the Assistant to
3:30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday.

terested in shop, foundry or forge
practice are invited to attend a stu-
dent meeting at the General Motors
Research auditorium (corner Cass
and Milwaukee), at 8:00 p. m., on
Tuesday, October 20. Transporta-
tion by busses, courtesy Chrysler
Motor Corporation. Leave Engineer-
ing Arch at 6:15 p. m. For particu-
lars see bulletin boards.
Soph. Engineers: Class assembly
in Room 348 West Engineering
building, Wednesday, October 21, at
9 a. m. Dean Sadler will address the
class. You will be excused from
other classes at this hour.

Physics Colloquium: Prof. George
A. Lindsay will talk on "A Recent
Theory for the Fine Structure in
X-ray Absorption Spectra," at 4:15,
Tuesday, in Room 1041, E. Physics
building. All interested are cordially
invited to attend.
Research Club: First meeting of
the Research Club will be held on
Tuesday, October 20, in Room 2528
East Medical building at 8 p. m.
Professor J. S. Reeves will read a
paper on "The Papers of a Career
Diplomat, Christopher Hughes." The
officers for the year 1931-32 will be
elected. There will be a short meet-

ing of the Council at 7:30
same room.
Esperanto: Mr. Ezra Stillma
structor in German, will lectu
"Esperanto and Its Literatur
Tuesday, Oct. 20, 4:15, Roor
Angell Hall. The public is invi
Notice: The first student m
of this year on October 20, spa
ed by the Detroit section of
A. E., is bringing to the stu
a broad picture of manufac
practice along the three majo
of foundry, forge and machine
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VOL. XLII.

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1931

No. 19

NOTICES
Notice: The Regents, at their meeting on September 25, established
standing committee on office personnel consisting of the two vice-
residents and Mr. H. G. Watkins, Assistant Secretary, as "standing"
.embers with the addition in each individual case to be considered of
e Dean or other divisional head concerned. It is expected that the
)mmittee will function in all the customary respects of a personnel
Tice and that its advice will be before the Regents in the making of
ny appointments, promotions, or salary changes within any of the
irious clerical, stenographic, secretarial, and secretarial-administrative
3sitions throughout the entire University, in any capacity. The Secret-
y of the Office Personnel Comnittee is Miss Alice Twamley, and ,her
flce for the present is in the Office of the Vice-President and Director
Educational Investigations; a permanent location will be fixed and
nounced as soon as possible.

Harris Hall: There will be no breakfast this Sunday at the
Supper will be at 6:00 p. m. Mr. Eoward McClusky, of the Edu
Department, will speak on "A Perspective on Russia," at 7:00 p. M
students are cordially invited.
University Symphony Orchestra: -
Important rehearsal at 9:30 a. In.,-==-
in Morris Hall.

Congregational Studen't Fellow-
ship: R. N. Hardy, Sales Manager of
Crowley Milner Company in Detroit,
is giving a lecture on "Ethics in
Modern Business"at 6:30 in the
church parlors. He is a specialist
in personnel work and a retail ad-
viser and lecturer for the Wholesale
Merchants Bureau of the Detroit
Board of Commerce. A social half
hour and supper precede the lecture.

WOOLF OLK

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Notice: The former Treasurer's Officse telephones 357 and 358 on the
npus exchange have becn discontinued. The Cashier and Investment
cer may be reached over the Business Office telephone, Campus ex-
nge 81. Shirley W. Smith.
McCormack Concert Program: The following revised program, will
riven by John-McCormack, assisted by Edwin Schneider, in the Choral
on Concert Series in Hill Auditorium, Wednesday night: Old German
e Song: Minnelied; Handel: Guardian Angels; Vinci: Sentiti il petto
mdere; Arthur Foote: Memnon; Old Lute Melody: Good Night,
r; Brahms: In Stiller Nacht; Sir Hubert Parry: There; (Mr. McCor-
ck) John Ireland: The Island Spell, E. Granados: Playera; Harry
old: Romance (Mr. Schneider) Irish Folk Songs: The Forlorn Queen;
Spanish Lady; Song of the Ghost; Kitty My Love; E. Schneider:
Apart; Ernest Torrence: Smilin' Kitty O'Day; Alec Rowley: When
ks Fly Homeward; Frank Tours: Mother O'Mine.
Tickets for the McCormack concert are still available at $1.00, $1.50,
D and $2.50 each and for the Choral Union Series of ten concerts at
0, $8.00, $16.00 and $12.00 each at the office of the School of Music.
John McCormack Concert: To avoid confusion on the occsion of
John McCormack concert in Hill Auditorium, Wednesday evening,
Ober 21, holders of season tickets are respectfully requested to detach
ire leaving home, coupon number 1 and present it only for admission.
concert will begin at 8:15 o'clock sharp and guests are urged to
e sufficiently early as to be seated on time as the doors will be closed
ng numbers.
Graduate School: Regularly enrolled graduate students, who hold
rank of Instructor, or above, at another institution, are asked to
,e their names at the office of the Graduate School, 1014 Angell Hall,
heir earliest convenience. This applies only to married students.
G. Carl Huber, Dean.

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Wesley Foundation: At 12 a. in.,I
Prof. Carrothers will address Fresh-'
men upon "Religion in Student
Life."
The Undergraduates will discuss
"What the Religion of Jesus meant
to Ephesus," Dr. E. W. Blakeman,
instructor.
At 6-7:30 p. in., there will be a
series of groups discussing "What
Does Religion Do, For Personality."
Tom Pryor, '26, leader.
Reformed Students: Services will
be conducted by Rev. W. Stuart, at
9:30 a. m. The meeting will be held
in the League.
iaptist Guild: AT 6:30, Mayor H.
Wirt Newkirk wil discuss the ques-
tion of Prohibition, touching some
local aspects. At Students' House,
503 East Huron.
Liberal Student's Union Banquet:
6:45 at the U itarian church. Pro-
fessor Carl D. aRue will speak and
a student quartet will sing.
Jewish Students: The first Open
Forum of the year will be held at
the Hillel Foundation (cor.elEast
University and Oakland), beginning
at 7:30 p. m. David L. Netzorg, of
Manila, Philippines, will speak on,
"Jewish Life in the Orient." An
informal.social hour will follow.

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