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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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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
he President until 3:30; 11:36 a. m. Saturday.

VOL. Xii

I.

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1932

No. 97

NOTICES
Notice to All Members of the Teaching Staff: The following first
semester students who have not formally withdrawn from the Univer-
sity, by reason of non-payment of second semester fees are ineligible
for participation in University classes. All members of the Faculty are
hereby notified that if such first semester students present themselves
for second semester 'clVsses they must be excluded unless presenting
evidence of the payment of the second semester fee.

College of Literature, Science, and
the Arts
Arvid Andresen
Walter R. Armbruster
Nelson W. Armstrong
Chalmers Ayres
Wentworth E. Beeman
Gerald E. Briggs
James Biioucos
Robert B. Callahan
Max C. Cohen
Beatrice A. Collins
Margaret L. Collins
Eunice M. Cousins
Alton H. Cowan
Marie Dayton
Stuart L. Daugherty
James P. Drean
Fred'J. Evans, Jr.
Paul K. J. Feng
Charles D. Gardinier
George A. Greenlee
John F. Grogan
Parker J. Hamilton
Martin S. Hayden
Beulah R. Hobbs
Oarl J. Holoomb
flizabeth Holmberg
Paul A. Hpurlbut
Sanuel N. Jones
Hfubert S. Knoch
Charles B. Law '
Don A. Leonard
Sebastian B. Lorenzo
.ames J. Marks
Richard Y. Miner
Arelino A. Nagtalon
James L. O'Rourke
Edward .D. Pfrommer
John L. Pickering
Alexander H. Posey
Grace I. Prentiss.

Shirley W. Smith.
George K. Paret
OrvilleB. Shafer
Clif-ord M. Stock
Medical School
Gi orge W. Bennett
Harold F. Burkons
Albert B. Chapla
),naIld J. llynn
8tuoart Terry
Law School
Walter Eggers
Richard E. Gillard
John N. Muirhead
Joseph P. Murphy
Abraham R. Sohn
George A. Spater
School of Dentistry
David Caplah
Alex H. Grossman
Chandler Haight, J.
Everett N. Hill
John C. O'Donnell
Graduate School
F. R. Bacon
George H. Baker
Gaynell W. Barksdale
John W. Beauchamp
Charles, del Gaudio
Jacques J. Engerrand
Harry Greb
Herbert W. Hulsman
Suey P. Kirk
George P. Loweke
Crispin B. Matta
Charles P. Moyer
Nathan D. Schwarting ,
Rattan S. Sekhon
J. G. Gwynn Silvey
Wendell D. Smith
Oscar S. Telez
Tien-Kwei Tuan
College of Pharmacy
8ooren P. Aratoon
Otter W. Watson
School of Education
Christine Cunningham.
E. Corinne Fries
(Ellis Lemen
Leonard G. Wilhelm
School of Business Administration,'
Rolland E. Catchpole
'William E. Greiner
Thomas B. Moule
Phillip R. A. Pirson
G. C. Vander Meer
School of Forestry and Conservation
John L. Meir, Jr.
School of Music
Jane M. Law
College of Architecture
William W. Bronson
Bernard L. Campbell
Genevieve Haffner
Willard S. Lawrence
Frederick J. Schweitzer
Robert S. Steinle +
' John J. White, Jr.

hours of academic wokr during the entire school year and not more han
6 hours during one semester. W. B. Rea, Assistant to the Dean.
Notice: A few articles of jewelry found at the J-Hop on last Friday
evening have been brought to the Office of the Dean of Students. The
same may be obtained from me by identifying them at Room 2, Univer-
sity Hall. W. B. Rea, Assistant to the Dean.
Phi Kappa -Phi-Graduate Fellowships: Two graduate Fellowships, f
each with a stipend of $500 for one year, have been established by the
Honorary Scholastic Society of Phi Kappa Phi. These Fellowships will
be administered in 'accordance with the following regulations:
The Phi Kappa Phi Fellowships shall be awarded each year to two
members of Phi Kappa Phi, each of whom wishes to enroll as a candidate
for an advanced degree in a graduate school in some American College
or University. Within th se requirements no restriction shall be placed,
upon the field of wor..
,Those eligible to apply for one of these Fellowships shall include
members of Phi Kappa Phi who, during the year preceding the proposed
graduate study, were elected to membership in the society as seniors.
To be eligible for considerttion, applications for these'Fellowships
shall be filed on or before March 15, with the Secretary of the Society
Chapter in which the applicant was elected to. membership, on blanks
prepared for the purpose which blanks shall be available for distribution
from the office of each Chapter Secretary.
The final awards shall be made by the Committee and the successful
applicahts shall be notified by the Secrel,,try General of the Society not
later than June 1.
It is expected that those accepting these Fellowships will devote
their full time to graduate study throughout the academic year and
wil not at the same time hold other remunerative scholarships or fellow-
ships, nor any salaried position.
For application forms inquire of E. S. Swinton, Secretary, 302 En-
gineering Annex.
I -.---- - -- /
Extension Credit and Non-Credit Courses, Second Semester, 1931-1932.
School of Business Administration, Sumnimer Session, 1932.
Law School, Summer Session, 1932
College of Pharmacy Announcement, 1932-1933
Medical School Announcement, 1932-1933.
The Editorial Division announces the issue of the bulletins listed
above as Numbers 15, 16, 18, 20, and 22 of Volume XXXIII of the Univer-
sity of Michigan Official Publication.1
School of Educ tion-Changes of Suctions: 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, Feb. 18 and 19, in the office of the
Recorder of the School of Education, Room 1437 U. Elementary School.
After Feb. 19 changes should still be made here, but only after payment
of a fee of one dollar."
Membership in a class does not cease nor begin until all changes
have been officially registered in the Recorder's Office of the School of
Education. Arrangements made with the instructors only are not official,
changes. Elizabeth B. Clark, Recorder.
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
Several collegiate institutions for colored students have asked for lists
of 'graduate students interested in teaching positions. All candidates
who are interested and who have not registered as yet will'please call
at the office, 201 Mason Hall, immediately.
University Bureau of Appointments and. Occupational Information:
The Training School for Jewish Social Work, located in New York City,,
has brought to our attention opportunities in social work for Jewish
seniors. A number of tuition scholarships and fellowships are available.
For further information please call at the office, 201 Mason Hall.
University Women: All women students who have changed houses
for the second semester are asked to report this change in the Office of
the Dean of Women by Tuesday, Feb. 23. Alice C. Lloyd,
Dean of Women.

but others interested are welcome.
"Is There Any Basis for a Belief
in Immortality," is the subject of
the lecture to be given by Mr. E.
Norman Pearson of Detroit in Room
1025 Angell Hall at 4:15 p.m., today.
The public is cordially invited to
attend.
A Public Lecture on the subject
"World Peace-What Does It In-
clude?" is planned by the Baha'i
Study Group Thursday at 4:15 atI
the Michigan League. This lecturez
will explain some oftthe principles
underlying the Baha'i Movement
which is world-wide in scope and
whose aims are universai peace, a;
universal religion, and a new world
order. This will be an informal talk
with opportunity for discussion.l
Mrs. Kirkpatrick, who gives the
lecture, represents the Baha'i Na-
tional Teaching Committee of the
United States and Canada. All in-
terested are welcome.
MEETINGS TODAY
English 170-Verse Form (A. I.
Morris) : Students electing this
course will meet in Room 3231 An-
gell Hall at 4 to arrange a schedule.
English 218, Medieval and Renais-
sance Rhetoric and Poetic (W. E.
Nelson) will meet from 4 to 6 in
Room 3231 A.H. Hours of later meet-
ings to be arranged.
A.S.M.E. Student Discussion Meet-
ing at 7:30 p.m., in Room 229 W.
Eng. bldg. Papers on "Modern Out-_
board Motors," by A. L. Goldsmith
and "Balancing Machines," by R.
C. Mansfield. Both talks illustrated
with projectoscope.
Applied Mechanics Coiioquium
meets at 7:30 p.m., Room 445 West
Engineering bldg. Professor H. E.
Keeler will present a paper on
"Physics of High Presure Applied.
to the Strength of Materials." Pro-
fessor R. T. Liddicoat will review the
current literature.. 3
Observatory Journal Club meets.
at 4:15, in the Observatory lecture
room. Prof. "Dean B. McLaughlin
will review the paper "Luminosity
of Planetary Nebulae and Stellar
Temperatures" by H. Zanstra. Tea
will be servedat 3:45.
A.I.Ch.E. Student Branch meets
at 7:30 p.m., in the Seminar, Room
3201 East Engineering bldg. Mr. R.
L. Huntington will speak on the
manufacture of natural gasoline.
All chemical engineers are invited
to attend.
Detroit National Association of
Cost Account nts, Chapter meeting
at the 'Cadillc Athletic Club, De-
troit, at 8 p.m. Speaker, Howard C.
Greer. Subject: "The Economics of
Overhead Costs." Dinner at 6:30.
Thesophical Society meets at 8
p.m., this evening in the chapel of
the Women's League. A discussion
of the work of the theosophical
society will be held after which re-
freshments will be served. All in-
terested are weloime to attend.

Robin Hood: Rehearsal of princi-
pals, 1:30, Glee Club room. Men's
Glee Club at 7:30 in the Glee Club
room. Women's Glee Club at 7:30
in Morris Hall..
Sign a Delta Chi members will'
meet at the Union today at noon.
It is important that all faculty
and student members attend.
Le Cercle Francais meets at 7:30
in Room 408 R.L. The speaker, M.
Koella, will speak on "Education
d'un Prince."
Try-outs for French Play: Stu-
dents interested in trying out for
p modern three-act French Play,
please see Mr. Koella today or Fri-
day from 4 to 6, Room 408 Romance
Language building.
Phi Epsilon Kappa meets at 7:30
p.m., Room 302, Michigan Union.
Senior Society: Regular meeting
7:30 p.m., at Martha Cook. Absences
will be fined unless excused.
Youngstown Michigan Club meet-
ing at 7:15, in Room 304 Michigan
Union. Election of officers and other
,important business.
Pegasus Riding Club meets at 7:15
p.m., in The League building. It is
very important that all members
be present to discuss plans for this
semester.
University Women: Important
meeting of all the girls Who have
signed up for work on the League
Candy Booth, at 4:15, in the Grand
Rapids Room of the League. It is
necessary that al be present. Com-
mittee chairman,
St. Andrew's Church: Mid-Week
Lenten Service, 4:15, in the Church.
General topic is, "Religion and the

Children's Rhythm
more lessons will be g
work beginning Saturc
Children from 4 to 6;3
will meet at 10:15 a.m
from 6 to 10 years wil
a.m. Classes are held
Gymnasium.

the Kappa Nu fi

COMING EVENTS
French 202: Students who
to take French 202, Methods,
and Problems of Ronance S
will please meet on Friday a
Room 110 Romance Language
to arrange hours.
Pi Lambda Theta will hold
bined business and social m
Tuesday evening,"Feb. 23, a
at the home of Esther Belche
Willard Ave.

In

ngineering Stud
Will Present P
Papers on outboard mo
balapcing machines will
by A. L. Goldsmith, '32E, a
Mansfield, '32E, at the A.
student division meeting to
room 229 West Engineerir
ing. Discussion will be led
Hughes, =33E, and R. G.
'32E. The meeting .will be
non-members.
Hopkins Will Dis(
Astronomy Disco
"Recent Conquests in Ast
is the subject of a lectu
given by Dr. Louis A. Hop]
retary of the Engineering s

W nole M~an."ile ReverendHenry a meeting in theGl
Lewis will speak particularly on Grand Rapids Frid
"The Therapeutic Value of Reli- address Dr. Hopkins
gion," this week. . structure of the u
touch upon the the
Hillel Foundation: Tea and in- Other recent develo
formal social mixer at thle Founda- he discovery of the
tion this afternoon sponsored by be considered also.

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The time1
3-5 Fridays.
catalog.

ANNOUNCEMENT OF COURSES
for Mr. Olson's section in CI laboratory has been fixed at
This is a change from the 1-3 hour as published in the.

L. Knapp
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Psychology 108-Psychology of Speech and Language, will meet in
'o. m 1121.N.S.,'WI1t 10,-instead of ,tt 2 in Antyi'11203Ias nnnced

to the music Co

Choral Union Concert: Percy Grainger, distinguished Australian
eriean pianist, will give the following program in the Choral Union
cert Series, Friday evening, Feb. 19, at 8:15 o'clock, in Hill Auditor-
. The public is respectfully urged to be seated on time as the doors
be closed during numbers: Bach: Toccata and Fugue, D Minor, fo ,
an; Bach: Partita, No. 1 B fiat (Prelude, Allemande Sarabande, Min
s I and II, Gigue); Brahms: Sonata F. Minor, Op. 5 Allegro Maestoso,
iante, Scherzo, Intermezzo (Retrospect) FinalsI Allegro moderato
rubatp; Chopin: Etude, E fiat Minor, Op. 10, No. 6; Chopin: Etude,
lajor, Op. 10, ,No. 8; Grainger: Ramble on the last love-duet of the
ra "The Rose-bearer" by Richara Strauss; David Guion: The Arkan-
Traveler, "Old Fiddler's Breakdown."
Notice: Those students who were granted exemption from the Auto-
i)e Regulation during the first semester' of this year are requested
eport their 1932 state license numbers to the Office of the Dean of
dnts. In order to correct a previous announcement in the "Daily"
F'eb. 16, we wish to state that exemptions are granted to the following
.ips of students: to those who possess the faculty rating of teaching
stant or its equivalent; to those who are 28 years of age or over; and
hose enrolled as special students who are carrying not more than,10,

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Sociology 51: Section 17, Tu-Th 11, Cohen, assigned to 205 S.W. has
been combined with \Miss Cameron's section meeting at that hour in
10lEc. Section 20, Tu-Th 1, Levy, assigned to 207Ec has been combined
with Mr. Robertson's section meeting at that hour in 202Ec.
R. 1. Holmes.

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General Linguistics 160, Herme-
neutics, will meet this semester
from 7:15 to 9:15 Thursday eve-
ning in Room 2013 A.H. First meet-
ing will be this evening.
C. L.. iMeader.
LECTURES TODAY
Business Administration Lecture:
Mr. Howard C. Greer of the Insti-
tute of American Meat Packers,
Chicago, will speak on "Develop-
ment of Standards for the Control
of Distribution Costs,", at 3 p.m.,I
Room 101 Economics bldg. The lec-
ture is intended especially for ac-
counting and marketing students,

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