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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
ilon in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
Jniversity. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to
ident until 3:30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday.

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XLII.

THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1932

No, 108

NOTICES

Attention New Students: All freshmen enrolling in the University
he first time are required to take three examinations. These exam-
Lons. will be given at 3 o'clock on Thursday, March 3, in Room 25
ll Hall.
Content Examinations in Mathematics and English will be given
uesday, and a!General Psychological Examination on Thursday. The
srequired will be about an hour and three-quarters the first day,l
an hour and a quarter the second day.
The'se examinations will take precedence over all other appoint-
s including class work. Be on time. Ira M. Smith.
University Bureau of Appointments agd Occupational Information:
those students who have been unable to register for business posi-
after graduation at the afternoon registration, periods, a final
tration will be held in Room 205 Mason Hall promptly at 11 o'clock
rday morning, March 5.
University Bureau of Appointments 'and Occupational Information:
andidates registered for teaching positions who have not been called
a personal interview will please call at the office immediately to
k their records.;
chool of Education-Changes of Elections: No courses may be
ed for credit after Saturday, March 5. Any change of elections of
eits enrolle.d in this School must be reported at the Recorder's
e, Room 1437 U. Elementary School. This includes any change of
ons or instructors.
Notice: The receipts of the Triangular Indoor Track Meet to be held
.e YostfField House Saturday, March 5, at 7:30 p.m., between the
"rsity of Illinois, Ohio State University and the Universlty of Mich-
, will be donated to the Olympic Funds Committee. Students and
ity members will be admitted on presentation of athletic coupon
2, but will be given an opportunity to donate any amount they wish
i entering toie Field House. The regular price of admission for this
r meet will be $1.00.
5enora de Aldag's Lecture on Inter-American Co-operation will be
t in Room D Alumni Memorial Hal at 4:15 p.m., not in Natural
ice Auditorium as announced on some of the pesters.
Golf instructions will be given by Coach Courtright at the Intra-
i building commencing March 9 for three weeks. Students class
Iay, Wednesday at 3:30, Tuesday and Thursday at 4:30. Faculty
: Monday and Wednesday at 4:30, Tuesday and Thursday at 3:30.
e will be no fee for this class but enrollment will be limited.
Uraduate School Students: Students who have changed their elec-
since submitting the election card should call at the office of the
luate School, 'Room 1014 Angell Hall, this week. This involves
ping and adding of courses and substitution on one course for
her, as well as a change of instructor. G. Carl Huber, Dean.
ACADEMIC NOTICES
Mcrman 2 and 32 (Mr. Stillman's sections): Mr. Stillman will be
le to meet his classes today but will meet them on Friday.
stronomy 102 (Navigation) will not meet today.
Political Science Journal Club meets today in the Political Science
nar Room, 3 to 5 p.m.
olitical Science 1: Make-up examination will be given Saturday,
h 5, at 9 a.m., in Room 2023 A.H.
landidates for the Degree of M.A.in English: Candidates binning
graduate work in the present semester are required to take English
wlhich meets on Friday at 3 o'clock in Room 2219 A.H.,.
Inglish 150-Drama II (Kenneth Rowe): The assignment for Tues-
March 8, will be Dekker's "The Shoemaker's Holiday and Robinson's
White-headed Boy." It is absolutely required that all scenarios be
itted at this meeting.
low to Study (Freshman Engineers): All Freshman Engineers who
been requested to join this group and have not already had a con-
ce with Mr. Jensen may see him in Room 239 West Engineering
.Ing today from 9 to 12 and from 1 to 5.
enior Mechanical Engineers: Representatives of the Michigan Bell
phone Company will be in Room 271 'll day Friday for the purpose
terviewing men who may ,be interested in employment with this
.ization. Mr. Fa lkrod, Plant Extension Engineer, swill speak on
Place of Research in Modern Industry," Thursday evening, at 7:30,
atural Sience Auditorium. You are encouraged to attend.
LI.Ch.E.-'.Student Branch will meet this evening, at 7:30 p.m.,
e Seminar Room, 3201 East Engineering building. The speaker of
vening will be Mr. C. C. Peavy whose topic will be "Engineering in
ia." Also, the A.I.Ch.E. Sclolastical Rewards will be given out.

Electrical Engineers: Mr. R. Foulkrod, Plant Extension Engineer,
Michigan Bell Telephone Company, will speak on "The Place of Research
in Modern Industry," this evening, in Natural Science Auditorium, at
7:30. The E. E. Department expects all seniors to attend this Contact
Program. Bell System representatives will interview interested students
on Friday, Room 271.
Psychology 33 (W. B. Pillsbury): Examination for those absent last
semester, Saturday, March 4, in Room 3126.
Observatory Journal Club will meet this afternoon at 4:15 o'clock, in
the Observatory lecture room. Mr. C. H. Cleminshaw will review the
article "The Spectrum of the Coorna," by S. A. Mitchell. Tea will be
served at 3:45.
Applied Mechanics Colloquium: Mr. Julius D. Madaras will give a
paper on "The Madaras Rotor Power Plant .from an Engineering and
Economics Viewpoint," today at 7:30 p.m., Room 445 West Engineer-
ink building. Mr. G. H. MacCullough will review the current literature.
MEETINGS TODAY.'
All Campus Forum: R1oy W. Sellars, Professor of Phillosophy, will
speak on "Does Humanism Meet Religious Needs," at 4:15 in Natural
Science Auditorium.
Men in Physical Education are invited to attend a forum sponsored
by +Phi Epsilon Kappa at 7:30 p.m., Room 302 Michigan Union. Mr.
Fielding H. Yost will talk on his recent study of "Football Fatalities"
and Dr. Sharman on "Making Physical Education a Profession."
Le Cercle Francais meets at 7:30, in Room 408 Romance Languages.
Mademoiselle Eveline Fournier, asisstant director at Jordan Hall, will be
the spaker. Please note change of meeting- place.
Senior Society and Mortarboard: Members are requested to meet at
the Cave, League building, promptly at 7 o'clock.
Second Semester Freshmen and Sophomores who wish to try out for
the Michigan Technic meet at 7:30 p.m., in the Michigan Technic office,
Room 3036 East Engineering building.
"A Scientific Integration of the Personality" is the subject of a lec-
ture to be delivered by Senora de Aldag in the Chapel of the League at
8 p.m. All interested are welcone. ,
Robin Hood Rehearsals: Principals at 3 o'clock in Room 318 of the
Union. Evening rehearsal with the complete orchestra and company in
the ballroom of the Union at 7:30.
Michigan Technic Staff meets at 7:30 p.m.
Zeta Phi Eta: Those who wish to try out for the play to be presented
over. the radio, meet in Morris Hall at 2:30.
St. Andrew's Church: "Religion and our Anxieties and Worries" will
be the topic for the weekly Lenten Service to be held at 4:15 o'clock by
Mr. Henry Lewis.
Hillel Foundation: Weekly tea and open house at the Foundation
this afternoon and every Thursday throughout the semester.
Lecture at 7:30 p.m., on "Medical practices and theory in post-
Biblical times as compared with those of contemporary Jews." All are
welcome.t
Jewish students who have changed their addresses this semester are
requested to call the Foundation, so that mailing list may be corrected.

Faculty Women
(Continued From Page 5.) ,
With the Bureau of Business Re-
search of the University, in co-
operation with the National Feder-'
ation of Business and Professional
Women's clubs, she has undertaken
a study of the achievement of
women in business and professional
work.
In collaboration with Dr. Grace
E. Manson ,formerly of the staff
of the Bureau of Business Research.
she hs published a study entitled
"Earningsrof Women in Business
and the Professions."
Professor , Elliott was recently
elected to membership in the Na-
tional Institute. of Social Sciences.
She is also a member- of the Amer-
ican Statistical association, Ameri-
can Economic association and the
American Association of Labor
Legislation.
It isatrue that at first students
were skeptical about having a wo-
man as an instructor in economics
and business administration, but it
has been. noted that they always go
back to her after one semester. In
the words of one of her students.
Profesosr Elliott is the type of in-
structor who inspires her students
in a quiet way. Her courses in labor
and personnel' attract many stu-
dents.
She is fond of -outdoor sports,
including tennis, and mountain
climbing, the former game being
marked by accurate and well aimed
shots. For recreation she goes to
the theatre, plays contract bridge.
and reads a great deal on subjects,
both within and outside her own
field.She has very Catholic tastes
'and keeps up with current liter-
,ature. All of her intimate friend
agree wholeheartedly on one thing,
that -she has a delightful sense of
humor and is very natural. Her
colleagues say that she is very
charming, cultured, and very co-
operative.
Wolterec& Studying
Marine Life in Pacific
Dr. Richard Woltereck, professor
of biology at the University of Leip-
zig, who spoke here on the Univer-
sity lecture series here last fall, has
arrived in the Phillipine Islands for
a study of marine animal life.
Dr. Woltereck plans to dscover
and classify new types of endemic
fishes on the lakes of the Philli-
pines and other Pacific islands. His
discoveries are expected to border
on the senastional as far as science
is concerned, due to the fact that
he expects them to reveal the cra-
. dle of Darwinian theory.

Yost to Discuss 1931
FootballFatalities
A s'urvey which he made con-
cerning the football deaths of 1931
will be discussed by Prof. Fielding
H. Yost, director of athletics, at
7:30 o'clocktonight in Room 302 of
the Union at an open meeting of
Phi Epsilon Kappa, honorary phys-
ical education fraternity. j
Prof. Jackson R. Sharman of the
physical education department will
also give an address on the topic
"Making Physical Educationha Pro-
fession."'
The meeting will be open to all
men students in the department of
physical education.
List of 'A' Students
for First Semester
(Continued from Page 1)
Mintz, '34, Detroit; Carcelle Mor-
ford, '34, Detroit; Wanda (Novinski,
'35, Hamtramck; Barbara E. Paton,
'34, Ann Arbor; Pauline M. Picchi-
ottino, '32, Laurium
Faith L. Ralph, '33, Oak Park, Il-
linois; Joseph A. Renihan, '34,
Grand Rapids; Jane M. Robinson,
'35, Nashville, Tenn.; Mildred M.
Roblee, '32, Springfield, Mo.; Marion
R. Schmidt, '33, Hastings-on-Hud-
son, N.Y.;' Albert Francis Sherry,
'32, Peabody, Mase= Elizabeth B.
Shull, '33, Ann Arbor; Truman C.
Smith, '35, Ann Arb ar.
Constance H. Steinberg, '33, Ann
Arbor; Josephine H. Stern, '33, De-
troit; Wilfred S. Sellars, '33, Ann
Arbor; D. Robert Thomas, '32, Ok-
lahoma City, Okla.; Gladys N. Van
VHet, spec., Ann Arbor; Eugene 'P.
Willging,,'32, Dubuque, Iowa; Fred-
erick Y. Wiselogle, '32, Ann Arbor;
Gladys E. Wolfe, sped , Ortonville;
Russell T. Woodburne, '32, Grand
Rapids.
Architecture School.
Malcolm R. Stirton, '32, Detroit.
Music School.
Beth Hamilton, s p e c., Battle
Creek; Leon Metcalf, spec., Marys-
ville, Washington..

rrominen tr-rm
Donnas Brougi
by Choral Uni
With the coming of Rosa I
selle next Monday night on the
concert of the Choral Union se
and Goeta Ljungberg, sensatic
star who has fascinated New Y
audiences, for the May Festi
Ann Arbor will have had opport
ity in the past two years to I
four of the reputed leading
prima donnas in America.
On last year's series, Gla
Muzio, of the Chicago Civic of
company, appeared as did
Pons, of the Metropolitan. Bot]
these singers are adjudged by
tics in Chicago and New York
two of the leaders in their field
This year, Miss Ponselle,
considered one of the outstani
sopranos in the world, will sin
Hill auditorium next Monday n.
to appear here' for the first t
in a number of years. Goeta Lju
berg's concert in May will be
first appearance of the Swedish
outside of New York andra cort
to" the acclaim of easterrf cri'
and the notices newspapers
magazines, have given her, at'
tion will be particularly focused
Ann Arbor's festival.
The two other prima donnas
are generally considered in
charmed circle of six are M
Jeritza, Metropolitan star, and
famous Rosa Raisa, Chicago C
Opera star, both of whom have
peared several times on the t~h
Union or May Festival concerts
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Quarterdeck: Initiation dinner
at 6:30 p.m., on Friday, March 4,
in Room 302 Michigan Union.
Board of Representatives of the
Michigan League meeting in the
Committee Room at 4 o'clock Fri-
day, March 4.
Faculty-Alumni Dance Series:
The fourth dance of the series will
be held at the Michigan Union,
Wednesday, March 9, at 9 p.m.
Exploding Gas Meter
Causes Small Damage
The explosion of a gas meter at
the Hub Sandwich shop, 601 E. Lib-
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shortly before 7 o'clock last night,
which was extinguished before any
appreciable damage had been done.
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