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Public Relations

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.

application will receive consideration after that dte, and awards
be made not later than December first.
H. P. Thieme, Chairman, Scholarship Committee.


Advisory Committee on the University Extension Service.
Advisory Committee of the Bureau of Alumni Relations.

Plant and Equipment
Committee on University Parking Places.
13. That for the present the constitutions and duties of the commit-
tees listed in section 12, including the number, term of office and method
[ of appointment of their members, remain unchanged.
14. That the standing committees of the Council be appointed from

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Members of the University Senate: At the meeting of the University
uncil on October 19, Professor Henry C. Anderson was elected Vice-
iairman of the Council and Professor Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary. The
uncil passed unanimously the following recommendations submitted
the Committee on Organization:
1. That the President of the University be Chairman of the Uni-
rsity Council.
2. That a Vice-Chairman be elected by the Council annually to act
presiding officer of the University Council in the President's absence.
3. That a Secretary be elected by the Council annually to perform
e duties usual to such office.
4. That the election of officers and appointment of members of-
nding committees take place at the first regular meeting of the Coun-
in the academic year, and that the persons so elected or appointed
ve until their successors take office.
5. Trhat there be eight regular meetings of the Council during the
ademic year, one in each month, October to May inclusive, on the
:ond Monday of the month.
6. That special meetings of the Council may be called by the Presi-
at at his discretion.
7. That all committees of the Senate, the Senate Council, or the
iversity -(except committees deriving their authority directly from the
gents), be considered committees of the University Council and be
uired to report annually to the Council. Such reports are to be made
ectly to the Council unless theCouncil orders otherwise.
8. That the committees of the Council having administrative or
visory functions be distributed among the following five divisions, for
h of which there shall be a standing committee charged with the
isideration of general maters falling within its field and with the
ommendation of new legislation to the Council: (1) Program and
icy, (2) Educational Policies, (3) Student Relations, (4) ( Public Rela-
as, (5) Plant and Equipment.
9. That the Committee on Program and Policy be made up of the
sident, who shall be its chairman, the Vice-Chairman and the Secre-
y of the Council, and the chairmen of the four other standing com-
10. That each of the standing committees (except the Committee on+
gram and Policy), be made up of seven members appointed by the1
11. That the Committee on Program and Policy shall consider mat-
s referred to it by the President or by the other standing committees,
which it may itself desire to bring to the attention of the Council,i
I shall prepare the program for the meetings of the Council.
12. That for the present the following existing committees of thel
ate, the Senate Council or jhe University be divided into four groupst
ler the general jurisdiction of the respective standing committees ast

its own membership, but that all other committees may be chosen from
the University at large.
15. That the standing committees of the Council be appointed from
its own membership, but that all other committees may be chosen from
the University at large.
16. That the University Council select such members of governing
boards (including the Financial Secretary of the Michigan Union) as
have heretofore been selected by the Senate or the Senate Council.
17. That the plan of organization of the University Council as ap-
proved by the University Senate at its meeting of May 11, 1931, and
these recommendations of the Committee on Organization and any
amendnents that may be made thereto be subjected to review in such
manner as may be authorized by the University Council within a period
of two years.
In conclusion, it is the sense of tihe Committee on Organization that
a bulletin to be prepared by the Secretary of the Council, be published
and distributed among the members of the University Senate, setting
forth (a) the basic action of the Senate at its meeting of May 11, 1931,
'b) The plan of internal organization adopted by the University Council
in pursuance thereof and of the recommendations of this committee,
and (c) the personnel of the officers, committees, and members of the
University Council. Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.

Phi Beta Kappa: The local Chapter is constantly being asked to
furnish addresses of members of other Chapters who are for the time
living in the city. The Secretary will be glad to receive, the addresses of
all Phi Beta Kappa members in the Faculty or among the Students who
have recently come to Ann Arbor and of any who have not been receiving
the notices sent out by Alpha of Michigan since coming to the city. They
may be sent by U. S. Mail or by Campus Post to the Secretary, 3233
Angell Hall. 0. F. Butler, Secretary.
Aeronautical Society will hold its first meeting Wednesday night,
Oct. 21, at 7:30 p. m., in Room 348, West Engineering building. Lt. H. T.
McCormick from Selfridge Field will
speak on "Military Aviation's Rela-
tionship to Commercial Aeronau-
tics." Students and Faculty members
of al School. and Colleges are cor-

Organ Recital: Palmer Christian,
University Organist, at 4:15 in Hill
National Parks: Dr. Harold S.
Bryant, Assistant Director of the
National Parks Service, will speak
in Room 2039, Natural Science build-
ing, at 11 a. in., on the activities of
the Service and the opportunities
for employment therein. All inter-
ested are cordially invited to attend.
(Continued on Page Two)

Sigma Delta Chi will meet Thurs-
day noon at the Union. All members
are requested to be present.
Carl Forsythe.
Junior Engineers : The second
order for JuniorClass Jackets will
be taken this week at Van- Boven's.
Sophomore and Second Semester
Freshmen Women are eligible for
try-outs on the Editorial Staff of
the Michiganensian. There will be
work for those who can type this
afternoon at 3:15 in the Press build-
Mortarboard: Members please call
at League Undergraduate office for
copies of examination. The material
must be learned by Tuesday, Oct. 27.

for twat date to-
night dance to
don looms' band
in the basement
of the den-S:3O

Women Students Attending the Illinois-Michigan Football Game:
Women students wishing to attend the Illinois-Michigan football game
are required to register in the office of the Dean of Women.
A letter of permission from parents must be received in the Dean's
office not later than Thursday, October 22. If a student wishes to go
otherwise than by train, special permission for such mode of travel must
be included in the parent's letter.
A chaperon fee of $1.25 is required of students going by train. This
sum is payable upon registration for the trip.
Graduate women are invited to register in the office also.
Byrl Fox Bacher, Assistant Dean of Women.
Cercle Francais: Students interested in becoming members, please
see Mr. Koella, in Room 408, Romance Language building, on Wednes-
day, or Thursday from 4:00 to 5:30. Only students with at least four
University Semesters of French or the equivalent will be considered.
Students of the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: Students
wishing to become candidates for a University Scholarship (value from
$600 to $100), may obtain blank applications in the Modern Language
building, Room 112. There are three Mandelbaum Scholarships open
to men only. There will be some Marsh and Strong Scholarships open
to all literary students, the value of which will be $200 or $100. These
blanks must be filled out and returned not later than November 9. No

to 10:45

Choral Unon Ushers: Report
Hll auditorium before 7:30 p. m.
concert tonight.
Professor Rowe will not be able
attend his classes today.

e to

Architectural Building Exhibition:
An exhibition of oriental fabrics
and a number of batiks by decora-
tive design students is now hung in
the ground floor cases of the College
of Architecture. It will be shown for
ten days, and is open daily except
Sundays from 9 to 5. Visitors are
cordially invited.



Joe Parker's


Dean's Advisory Committee, C
lege of Literature, Science, and t
Arts: The Dean's Advisory Comn

ucational Policies
ee on the Henry Russel

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imittee on the Honors Con-
versity Committee on Accred-
imittee on Honorary Degrees.
unittee on the Ahodes Schol-
nmittee on Admissions.
nmittee on the Inspection of
nmittee on Honiorary Degrees
warded at Commencement.
isory Committee of the Mili-
inmittee on a Professorship of
a the Literary College.
ate Committee on University
Student Relations
rd in Control of Athletics.
rd in Control of Student Pub-
versity Committee on Disci-
ate Committee on Student
ate Committee on Theater
and Practice.
isory Committee of the Bureau
pointments and Occupational
sory Committee on Lectures
Oratorical Association. -
rd of Advisers of Foreign Stu-

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a special.f ifty-cent
club luncheon and
an equally special
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Under New Management
J. MURPHY, Prop.

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hours: 11 to 3, 5 to 9


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