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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN.
University Women: Women students interested in some part-time
work are asked to call at Mrs. Bacher's office in Barbour gymnasium
blication in the
e President until
Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
Copy re.eived at the office of the Assistant to
3:30, excepting Sundays. 11:30 a. m. Saturday.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1931
Notice: A satisfactory understanding has been reached between the
Board in Control of Student Publications and the University Administra-
tion regarding the Michigah Daily. The University will supply the mem-
bers of the faculty and staff with copies of the Daily as it has heretofore
done. All persons who are entitled to receive the Daily are requested
to file their applications in the Business Office of the University at an
early date. Those who have already filed such applications need not re-
apply. Herbert G. Watkins, Asst. Secretary.
Identification Cards: Students whose names begin with letters A-M
may secure their identifidation cards on Thursday, October 8, by calling
at Room 4, University Hall, and those whose names begin with letters
N-Z may secure their cards on Friday, October 9. To accommodate
students whose schedules do not permit them to come during regular
office hours, cards will be given out from 12 to 1:30 p. in., and from
5 to 6 p. m., on both Thursday and Friday.
NO DUPLICATE CARDS WILL BE ISSUED: Students are reminded
that their identification cards nust be presented at the football games
and must be surrendered upon withdrawal from the University.
J. A. Bursley, Dean of Students.
Attention of Freshmen Students: The new students are reminded
of the assemblies "How to Study" which will be held on the afternoons
of October 8, and 9, in the Natural Science auditorium. In case of
conflict between classwork and assemblies, the student will be excused
from the classwork. Each student is required to attend only one assem-
bly. His attendance at the assembly to which he has been assigned is
obligatory. This assignment is to be found on the Orientation Period
schedule card. John R. Effinger, Dean.
James B. Edmonson, Dean.
Earl V. Moore.
University Lectures: The following lectures will be given at 8:30 p.
in., in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theater:
"The Future of Regional Planning" by Mr. Flavel Shurtleff, the
Secretary of the American City Planning Institute.
"Execution of Regional Plans' by Professor Thomas H. Reed, of
the Department of Political Science.
These lectures form part of the program of the Regional meeting
of the American Civic Association.4
University Loan Committee meets at 1:30 p. in., in Room 2, Univer-
Students who have filed applications with the Office of the Dean
of Students should call at that office for an appointment with the
Faculty, College of Engineering: There will be a meeting at 4:15-
p. m., in Room 348, West Engineering building.
A meeting of the Chemistry Staff (not including teaching assistants)
will be held in Room 212, Chemistry building at 4:15.
Seminar in the Theory of Structures-C. E. 65a and E. M. 16: Meet-
ings of this seminar will again resume at 11:00 a. in., in Room 307,
West Engineering building. The following outline of subject matter
end speakers has been tentatively arranged for the coming year:
1. Historical development of Suspension Bridges-Mr. A. A. Jak-
Political Science Journal Club meets in 2037 A.H., 3-5 p. m.
Varsity Glee Club: Important rehearsal for all former members and
also new members, whose names will appear in another column in today's
Daily, at 7:15 p. m., in Glee Club Rooms at the Michigan Union. Addi-
tional try-outs for men who have not yet appeared will be held after
Iota Sigma Pi: Meeting at the League, at 7:30.
Phi Epsilon Kappa meets at 7:30 p. m., in room 304 Michigan Union.
Michigan Technic Tryouts: Meeting of all men wishing to try out
for the Michigan Technic staff in room 3046 East Engineering building,
7:15 p. m. Second semester Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors
Pegasus Riding Society business meeting at 7:15 p. m., in the League
building; the room for which will be indicated on the bulletin board.
It is very important that all members be present, including those who
received invitations last June.
All graduate nurses on the campus are cordially invited to attend a
meeting of the Ann Arbor District of the Michigan State Nurse's Associa-
tion, at 7:45, at the Women's Field House.
Forestry 191: There will be a blue book at 9 a. in., Friday, Oct. 9.
Forestry 194: There will be a blue book at'8 a. im., Friday, Oct. 9.
S. T. Dana.
Make-up Examination in Political Science 52 for those who missed
the final examination in June will be given Oct. 9, at 2:00 p.m.
Paul M. Cuncannon.
horal Union Ushe
r in the box Qffice
rs: Will the following men please, report to Mr.
of Hill auditorium between 4:00 and 5:00 p. m.,
Usher assignments. Other names will appear in
for Choral Unior
wood, Robert J.
, Gerald E.
kner, Harold H.
n, Dale W.
mick, E. W.
ey, George S.
g, Russell N.
ron, Chas. J.
ici, Wayne J.
ill the following
Hendley, James C.
Hoag, Charles A.
Hoben, John B.
Jackson, Dwight A.
Kamins, Leonard A.
Killey, George W.
Knox, Samuel D.
Lyndon, Thomas J.
Lyon, Frederic N.
Mason, John T.
Mayo, Warren A.
men please report to1
Nielsen, Alvin H.
Nutt, Kenneth D.
Raymond, John J.
Roth, Norman G.
Simon, A. K.
Simpson, Paul D.
Vuk, George G.
Ward, Frank J.
Warren, Harold P.
Weier, Karl E.
Mr. Kelsey in the box office
National Association of Cost Accountants, Detroit Chapter, meet in
Room 316, Michigan Union, 8 p. im., 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.
Cosmopolitan Club meeting Saturday, 8 p. m., in Lane Hall. President
Ruthven will address the Club. All new students, bath. American and
foreign, are cordially invited. Social hour and refreshment will follow
2. Analysis of Continuous Frames by Distributing
Moments-Prof. E. L. Eriksen.
3. Cement-Prof. A. H. White, Mr. Reed Lewis.
4. Concrete--Prof. R. H. Sherlock.
5. Reinforced Concrete'-Prof. R. H. Sherlock, Prof. E..
Prof. J. H. Cissel, Mr. G. W. Smith.
6. Theory of Suspension Bridges- Mr. A. A. Jakkula.
7. Rigid Frames-Asst. Prof. L. C. Maugh.
the tavern ««
rium between 4:00 and 5:00 p. m., today for Choral Union
Fletcher, H., Thayer
Freeman, Donald H.
Hall, Eric W.
Happy, Willard W.
,m M. Hyman, Stanley J.
Koykka, Raymond J.
Lyday, Joseph H.
McGaw, Charles J.
Ohlheiser, Carlton E.
Reed, C. L.
Tapert, Alfred R.
Troutman, Russell W.
8. Stability Problems-Prof. S. Timoshenko, Mr. D. H. Young, Asst.
Prof. L. C. Maugh.
9. Theory of Thin Shells-Prof. H. M. Westergaard (University of
All students in engineering and all interested faculty members are
invited to attend.
Au students, especially those majoring in History, Economics, Soci-
ology, or Political Science interested in forming a Social Science Club
are requested to meet at the Michigan Union room 302, at 7:30 p. m.
The Observatory Journal Club meets at 4:15, in the Observatory
Class Room. Prof. W. C. Rufus wil present a paper on "Stellar Temper-
Michigan Technic Staff: Meeting of both business and editorial staffs
tonight at 7:15, room 3046 East Engineering building.
the best o $steals, chops
and seafood at reason-
the Members of .the University Council: The first regular meeting
Council will be held on Monday, October 19, at 4:15 p. m., in
i Memorial Hall, Room "B" (note change in room). The Con-
on Organization will present a report.
muis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
ents in Engineering: Stu-
nrolled in any of the follow-
urses are requested to reportN
Secretary's Office, 263 West
-year courses combined with
a. t a ra
nbinations of any two courses,
thematics, or combinations of
ematical and technical courses,
ysics, or combinations -with
gineering Mechanics, or com-
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
Hiology 51-Section 17: Tuesday
Thursday at 11, will meet in
a 225 Angell Hall as usual.
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