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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FIL IAL BULLETIN

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

ning at which Professor H. M. Westergaard was to have spoken has been
postponed. The next meeting of the Colloquium will be Thursday,
March 17, when Professor S. Timoshenko will speak on "Stresses Due to
Non-Uniform Heating."
Observatory Journal Club meets at 4:15 P.M. today. Dr. W. C. Rufus
will speak on Atmospheric Motions in Eta Aquilae. Tea will be served
at 3:45.
Anthropology 31 (Hughes): The makeup examination for those who
. missed the final will be held Monday, March 14, in roon 4506, New
Museums building, 2:00 p.m. }

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THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1932t

No. 114

NOTICES

To Members of the Faculty, Staff, and Student Body: Attention of
:yone is called-to the Lost and Found Department in the Business
ce, University Hall. Inquiry concerning lost articles should be made,
nptly at the above office. Articles found on the Campus and in
versity buildings should be turned over immediately. Those articles
called for within sixty days will besurrendered to the finder.
Shirley W. Smith
To the Members of the University Council: The next meeting of the
versity Council will be held on Monday, March 14, at 4:15 P.M., in
nni Memorial Hall, Room "B." Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
Notice to Freshmen: Those students who missed the Psychological
nination required of all entering freshmen will be expected to take
make-up examination Thursday afternoon, March 10, in Room 205,
on Hall.
This examination takes precedence over all other appointments in-
ing class work. Be on time. Ira M. Smith.
Freshmen Women: It will be necessary for every freshman taking
in the Freshman Pageant to secure special permission at the office
ae Dean of Women. Please bring official grade report when applying
permission. Only those freshmen are eligible who received no,
les lower than C during their first semester and who received at
t one grade of A or B. Jeannette Perry,
Assistant Dean of Women.
Hopwood Contest: (1) Before all, or any part, of a major award is
. to a contestant, the contestant shall be required to sign the follow-
pledge:
In case of the publicatioli of the manuscript, or of any important
of it, whether, in its original or revised form, submitted by me in
Hopwood contest, and forming the basis for the award I have re-
ed, I agree to indicate in a footnote or otherwise that this manu-
t was granted an award in the Jule and Avery Hopwood Prize Con-
, for 19--.
(2) ]beginning with the contest of 1931-32, each recipient of.a major
rd, or any portion of a major award, shall be required to submit, to
committee within one month of the announcement of the awards
atement showing that he proposes to spend his award according
ome plan calculated to further his literary activity in accordance'
the spirit of the bequest; nor shall any prize money be paid to such
ntestant until the committee has considered and approved the plan
ented by the contestant; and in case the contestant fails to present
an of study pr writing satisfactory to the committee within three
ths of the time of the award, the money shall revert to the Hopwood
. And each 'contestant shall further pledge himself in writing to
y out his plan of study or writing as so outlined in the spirit of
bequest, and as if he were the recipient of a fellowship or scholar-
from the University of Michigan granted for the.purpose of perfect-
aimself in his literary endeavors. The committee shall have power
eet wth the successful contestants and discuss their plans for fur-
study and writing, and to indicate changes in such plans, if their
ment shall so dictate; and conteltants are expected to accede to
reasonable request from the committee either in regard to such
tges or in regard to keeping the' committee informed of the progress
ans of study or writing for orie year froin the date of the announce-
t of the awards.
Evening Swimming Class-Women Students: Due to the Union
house the 7:30 p.m. swimming class for women will not meet tonight.
ACADEMIC NOTICES
University Lecture: Friday, March ,11, 4:15 p.m., in Natural Science
torium.' Professor Robert S. Platt, Department of Geography, Uni-I
ty of Chicago: "Magdalena Atlipac: A Geographical Field Study
Pueblo in the Valley of Mexico." (Illustrated).

German 1 and German 31-Make-up Examination. All students in
Messrs. Diamond, Stillman, and Van do Luyster's sections of German 1
and 31 who missed the final examination, first semester, will be given. a
make-up examination today at 3:00 p.m. in Room 306 South Wing.
Botany 1 Make-up Examination (Bartlett): Studlents who missed
the final examination in Botany 1, 1st semester, will be given a make-up
Saturday, March 12, 9-12 a.m. in N. S 3017.
English 1t5 ad 183 (L. A. Strauss): A make-up final examination
will be given in these courses on Saturday, March 12, at 9 a.m., in
'2225 A. H.
Geology II: Bluebook Friday, March 11.
History 147: Make-up Examination will be given Friday, March 11,
at 2 p.m., in Ronom 1020 A.H.
How to Study-Freshman Engineers: All in this group who have
not yet received definite instruchions as to time and place of meeting
should call at room 239 West Engineering building this morning (after
9:00 a~rn.1,
Senior Engineers: March 18 is the las, date on which dlass dues can
be paid for men wishing their names in senior announcements and grad-
uat-ion programs.
'Treasurers receipt will be necessary for the purchase of announce-
ments and programs. Only those having paid their dues will be included
in tiie senior class group picture.
ines will be payable in corridor over engineering arch from 9-12 and
1-2:30 on Thursday and Friday, March 10 and 11.
EXHIBITION
An Exhibition,of fabrics designed by American, French, and German
artists is hung in the corridor cases f the Architectural building.rpen
daily from 9 to 5, except Sunday.

Public Health nurses on the cam-
pus are cordially invited to attend
the meeting of the Ann Arbor dis-
trict of the Michigan State Nurses'
Association to be held at 8:00 p.m.,
at Couzens Hall. Dr. Yoder, of the
Ypsilanti State Hospital, Will speak
on "What a Nurse Should Know
about Mental Hygiene."
La Sociedad Hispanica meeting
at the League, 7:30 p.m. Dr. C. P.
Merlino will speak.
Sigma Gamma Epsilon dinner at
6 p.m., Michigan Union.
Iota Alpha monthly meeting at
7:30 p.m., in Room 3201 East Engi-
neering bldg. The speaker, Mr. J.
D. Lindsay, will talk on "Artificial
Refrigeration."
Pegasus meet 7:15 p.m. in the
League. Very irfrtant. Plans for
horse show to be discussed.
Athletic Managers of All Sorority
Houses and Dormitories will meet
with the Booth and Floor commit-
tee of the Penny Carnival at the
League at 4 o'clock, to-submit plans
for their carnival booths, the room
to be posted on the bulletin board.
Slide Rule Dance Committee
meting 7 pm., in room 214, West
Engineering building.
Social Science Meeting at 6:30 at
the Union. Professor K. C. Mc-
Murry will speak on the subject:
The Significance of Geography for
the Social Sciences. 'Dinner will be-
served promptly at 6:30.
Tryouts for Student Christian
Association Committees: Freshman
and sophomores wishing to tryout
for the International, F o r u M s,
Freshmen or Religious committees
of the Student Christian associa-
tion report 4 o'clock at Lane Hall.
Theosophical Society meets at
8:00 tonight in League Chapel. Mrs.
A. D. Gregory will speak on "The
New Transendentalism." Visitors
welcome.
Wesley Players. Meeting called for
7:30 p.m. Important.
The Oneness of All Religions is
the subject of the address to be
given at 4:15 at Lane Hall under
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