DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
ublication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
f the University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to
hie President until 3:00.
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1931
The following changes have taken place during the summer in the
business administration of the University:
1. Mr. Robert A. Campbell, for twenty years Treasurer of the Uni-
versity, retired as of July 1 and his resignation was accepted by the
Regents with regret.
2. The two divisions formerly known as the Secretary's Office and
the Treasurer's Office have been merged into one unit which is desig-
nated "The Business Office of the University."
3. The title of Mr. J. C. Christensen is fixed as Controller and
4. The four general divisions of the Business Office are now ad-
ministered under the following heads of these subdivisions:
Mr. Herbert P. Wagner, Chief Accountant; Mr. Walter L. Bulbick,
Purchasing Agent. (Offices of the above are in Room 3, University Hall).
Mr. Julius E. Schmidt, Investment Officer. (Office Room 100 South
Mr. Harold A. Mills, Cashier. (Office Room 104 South Wing).
Shirley W. Smith.
The Teacher's Certificate. All students who are enrolled in the
School of Education or in the Graduate School and who are candidates
for the Teacher's Certificate are required to fill out a so-called Teacher's
Certificate Guidance Blank. This blank is obtainable at the office of
the Secretary of the School of Education, Room 1437 U.E.S. and should
be filled out immediately by every student who has not already done so.
This applies to. students in Physical Education, Public Health Nursing,
Vocational Education, as well as to students in the general curriculum.
C. O. Davis, Secretary.
School of Education-Changes of Sections: Changes of sections or
of instructors should be reported at the office of the School of Education,
Room 1437 U. Elementary School, as soon as they have been made.
School of Education-Changes of Elections: Changes of elections
may be made Thursday and Friday, October 1 and 2, in the office of
Recorder of the School of Education, Room 1437 U. Elementary School.
Membership in a class does not cease nor does membership in a
class begin until all changes have been officially registered in the office of
the Recorder of the School of Education. Arrangements made with the
instructors only are not official changes.
After October 2, changes should still be made in Room 1437 U.
Elementary School, but only after payment of a fee of one dollar.
English 230-Spenser and His Age: Students electing the Spenser'
Course will meet in my office, 2213 Angell Hall, Thursday at 4:00 p. m.,
to arrange the hours of meeting this semester. M. P. Tilley.
-English 127-Victorian Literature: This class will meet in Room
2003 A. H., M,W,F, at 10. Howard M. Jones.
English 211f-Modern English Literature: This class will meet in
Professor Grigg's office, 2216 A. H., at 7:30, Wednesday evening.
English 233-Studies in the Drama of the Seventeenth Century:
This class will meet in Room 3227 A. H., at 7:00 p. m., Wednesday.
Paul Mueschke. 1
Ecdlpomics 101 (L. L. Watkins): Section 4b, meeting on Tu, Th, at
9; will meet henceforth in Room 6, Ec.
Economics 130 (G. S. Peterson): Meetings, beginning today, will take
place in Room 202 Ec.,
Sociology 113 (R. D. McKenzie): Meetings, beginning today, will take
place in Room 101 Ec.
Mathematics 281: Advanced Course in the Theory of Function of
Complex Variables: This course will meet at 11 o'clock on M,W,F, instead
of the hour given in the Announcement. 306 Mason Hall.
Professor Rainich's Seminar: Those who are interested in taking
part are invited to come to Room 3001 Angell Hall at 3:30 today.
Mathematics 176. Vector Analysis (C. J. Coe): A meeting for arrange-
ment of hours will be held at 5 p. in., in room 21 E. H.
Psychology 211. Central Nervous System and Mental Processes: Class
meets for organization at 2:00 p. in., Thursday, Oct. 1, in my office, room
2125 N. S. Those unable to attend at this time will please leave class
schedule with me before Thursday afternoon. Norman Maier.
Physics 265, Conduction of Electricity Through Gases, will continue
to meet M,W,F, at 11 in Room 1041, East Physics building, as scheduled.
First lecture today at 11.
Mechanical Engineering 53. Personnel Problems in Engineering. (G.
L. Jensen): Students interested will meet in Room 239 West Engineering
building at 7:00 p. in., Thursday, October 1, to arrange hours. If unable
to attend, bring in schedule of open hours before meeting.
Mechanical Engineering 54. Advanced Accident Prevention and Per-
sonnel Problems in Engineering. (G. L. Jensen): Students interested will
meet in Room 239 West Engineering building at 7:00 p. m., Friday, Oct.
2, to arrange hours.
Mechanical Engineering 52. Accident Prevention and Safety Engin-
eering. (G. L. Jensen): Students interested in this course will meet in
Room 239 West Engineering building at 7:00 p. in., Friday, Oct. 2, to
arrange hours. If unable to attend, bring in schedule of open hours
Transportation Students: Course in Marine Engineering will be held
as originally scheduled on Monday and Friday at one o'clock, Room 336,
West Engineering building.
N. A.-1: This course will meet on Monday and Friday at two o'clock,
Room 336 West Engineering building, instead of at one o'clock as origin-
Beginning Course in Speech: All sections in Speech 31, 32, and 33,
have been reopened. A new section, Section VII, of Speech 31, which
meets Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, in Room 4208, at 11 a. in., has
been organized. The instructor for this section has not yet been assigned.
Speech 186: Speech 186 will meet on Tuesday afternoons frdm 2 to
4 instead of 4 to 6.
Speech 201: Speech 201 will meet on Wednesday afternoons from 2
to 4 instead of 4 to 6.
Students wishing to sell football programs get in touch with Jack
Tompkins at 816 S. State Street. Call 21848.
All Sophomore Women desiring activity points by working in the
League Library call Jean Cowden-5096.
Entire Gargoyle Staff meeting at 3 p. in., to decide this month's
makeup. As no one will be considered eligible for any appointments
who does not know how the magazine is composed, it is important that
Choral Union Ushers: All men having had experience as Choral
Union ushers may sign up for this year at Hill Auditorium Box Office
between 4:00 and 5:30.p. im., today.
New men may sign up Thursday between 4:00 and 5:30 p. m.
An exhibition of Contemporary American Painting assembled by the.
College Art Association is on view in the eWst Gallery, Alumni Memorial
Hall. Open week days from 9 to 5; Sundays from 1:30 to 5. Exhibit
closes Sunday, October 11.
University Lecture: Dr. Ludwig Adler, professor of gynecology at
the University of Vienna, will lecture on the subject, "Carcinoma," in
the University hospital amphitheatre at 4 o'clock today. The lecture
will be illustrated by motion pictures.
Mathematical tea will be served in Room 3001 Angell Hall at four
Freshman Glee Club: Rehearsal at 5 p. m., Glee Club rooms, 3rd
floor, Michigan Union. Continuation of tryouts.
Michigan Socialist Club meets 7:30 p. m., room 302 Michigan Union..
All members and those interested invited eto attend.
'Varsity R.O.T.C. Band: Rehearsal tonight at 7:15, Morris Hall.
Faculty, School of Education. The first Faculty meeting of the year
will be held in connection with a luncheon in the Michigan League
building on Monday, October 12, at 12 o'clock noon. A full attendance,
Forestry Assembly: Will be held at 11 a. m., Thursday, October 1, in
Room 2054, Natural Science building, for all students in the School of
Forestry and Conservation, who will be excused from classes for that
purpose. Pre-forestry students are also urged to be present.
S. T. Dana.
Varsity Glee Club: Important full rehearsal Thursday, 7:15 p. m.,
Glee Club rooms, 3rd floor, Michigan Union.
Varsity Glee Club: Regular rehearsal on Thursday, at 7:00 p. m., in
Room 306, Michigan Union. All former members as well as those who
have successfully tried out will be expected to attend.
University Symphony Orchestra: Full rehearsal Thursday at 3 p. m.,
Morris Hall. Tryouts for new members. Open to all University students
who can qualify.
Broadcasts to Be Given Nov. 3
to Dec. 4, 'During High
Five University radio broadcas
planned by Registrar Ira M. Smil
and Prof. Waldo Abbot, director
broadcasting, have been set for Nc
30 to Dec. 4, Registrar Smith sa
The programs, to be given coi
currently with the annual consult,
tions of high school principals ar
their former students here, are
be of one-half hour duration eac
Speakers are to be selected fro
among the professors of the vario
Michigan colleges and universities
Hoping to establish a greati
degree of personal contact betweE
the University and prospective sti
dents, the sponsors of the series a
making an effort to arrange f
reception of, the programs in tl
assembly rooms of high schoc
throughout the state. The broa
casts are to be given through st,
tion WJR in Detroit.
Two brothers, George and V. N
Sloan of Warren, 0., both past
years old, went swimming to sho
that a man is as young as he fee
Chess and Checkers Club meets in
Room 302 of the Union, Thurslay
evening at, 8 o'clock. All members
are urged to attend and anyone in-
terested is welcome.
Indian Philosophy and Western
Science: A public lecture on this
subject will be given by Mr. Fritz
Kunz, well known national lecturer,
on Friday, October 2, at 4:15 p. M.,
Natural Science Auditorium.
Theosophy--This Crisis and the
New Age A public lecture on this
subject will be given by Mr. Fritz
Kunz, national lecturer, in the
Women's League on Friday, October
2, at 8:15 p. m.
Hellenic Society meets on Friday,
October 2, at 8:00 p. m., Michigan
Veteran Varsity Band
Reports for Practice
Eighty - four experienced band
men reported at the first Varsity
practice, held Monday afternoon.
No freshman who is not enrolled in
regular R.O.T.C. work may partici-
pate in the activity this Year, it has
been announced by the University.'
This is a change from last year's
ruling, which permitted all students
to try out.
Each person is handled in an
unusual way-according to the
personality-Each picture is in-
dividual and a, separate study.
This is not a high priced studio.
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