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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

AILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
icatlon in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
iersity. Copy received at the oftie of the Assistant to the President until
11:30 a. m. Saurday.

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1932

No. 3$1

NOTICES
FacltyMetin, Cllg 1f iterature, SieeandArts:Tihe regular
November mpeetig of the Vacuity of the College of Literature, Science, and
te Arts will be held in Room 2225 A.H. Monday afternoon, Nov. 7, begin-
ning at 4:10.
In addition to Miscellaneous Business, the Special Order concerned
with chan~gs in the reqiremnents for admission will be considered.
John R. Effinger, Dean
Faculty, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: Midsemester re-
ports are de on or before Friday, November 18.
*~In som~e courses it is usual to "give midsemester examinations later than
this date; in other courses no midsemester examinations are given, but in-
sedvarious written~, oral, and laboratory exercises. Midsemester reports
do po imply n 4senmester, examinations, and are not necessarily based upon
them~. They are due at niidsemester tim~e.
Report cards will be issued through the Departmental Offices about
November 8.
Faculty Concert Program: Joseph A. Brinkman, Assistant Professor of
t~i intheUniversity School of Music, will give the following program,
Sunayafernoon, Novem~ber 6, at 4:15 o'clock in Hill Auditorium. The pub-
lichis invitedI without admission charge but is respectfully requested to re-
frain from briniging small children and to be seated promptly on time as
the doors will be closed during numbers: Bach:_ Concerto in the Italian
Style, Allgro Adan~te, Presto; Beethoven: Sonata Op. 57 (Appassionata)
Assai Allegro, Andante con nmoto, Allegro, manon troppo; Brahms: Varia-
tos andp Fuuie pon a themei by Handlel Op. 24; Chopin: Impromptu in F
sharp, Ballade in F major, Scherzo in C sharp minor.
Charles A. Sink
University B~ureau of Appointments and Occupational Information: All
stdets gaduate andl undergradu~ate, who are interested in securing teach-
ing positions should call at the 9$0ce of the Bureau 201 Mason Fall for en-
rollment blanks November 7 to 11 inc.; office hours, ninie to twelve a. mn.
and two to four p. m. After November 11, in accordance with a Regents'
ruling, there will be a late 'registration fee.

talk on "Excavating in Egypt." Lant-
ern slides. Refreshments.2
COMING EVENTS
Wornan's Research Club: Regular
meeting Monday, November 7, at 7:30,
p. i., Room 3024 Museums Build-
ing, Miss Joyce Hedrick will speak4
on "Lichens."
Girls' Swimming Club: Important:
meeting Saturday morning at tenF{
o'clock in the Union pool. The men's
swimming team has asked us to take
part in their exhibition Tuesday
night, so try-outs for this event willI
take place this Saturday. For this
reason we want everyone interested
to come. Please be prompt.
Graduate Oluting Club: !like Sat-
urday afternoon to a point on the
Huron Rliver. Meet at Angell Hall at
1:30. Bring 20 cents for supper.
Graduate Students' Bridge Club:
Monday, November 7, at 8 p. m.
Michigan League. Bring cards and
score pads.
Graduate Students' Sunday Break-
fast Group: First meeting, Novem-
ber 6, at 9:15 a. mn. in the Russian
Tea Room of the Michigan League.
Cafeteria service.
Russian Student Club invites all
Russian students and members of the
faculty to a party to be held at Wes-
ley Hall, Sunday, 7:30 p. in.
Craftsmen's Club: Meeting Satur-
day Night, Nov. 5, at the Masonic
Temple. Organization of degree
teams. All Msons" welcome.

obtained at the door or from any
member of the committee in charge,
which is headed by Wliliam 'Temple.
Sargent Alvon C. York; of World
War famje, will speak on "Why I am
for Prohibition" Saturday evening, 8
o'clock, in First Presbyterian Church.
Upper Room Men : Saturday 7 to 3,
Lane hall. All University men are
cordially invited to join in the fel-
lowship and discussion.
Young People's Society, Church of
Christ Disciples: Mr. Jack T. Chao,
a Chinese student, vvill be the guestj
speaker Sunday, evening , Nov. 6. His
subject will be-"War and Religion."
Refreshments at 6 p. in.; service at
6 :30 p. m. Visitors welcome. Please
be prompt !

State Encyclopedia Under.
Preparation At Lansing
(Continued from Page 1)
bird division of the museum of zoo-
logy. Many minor subjects have also
been assigned.

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Some subjects will be handled by
institutions devoted to them. The
Mvichigan State College will write on
"Agriculture,"~ the Michigan College
of Mining will prepare an article on
"Mining," etc.
DescriptionsDetailed
The important factors of each
county, city, and village will be de-
scribed separately under the appro-
priate geographical division and will
include the history, principal indus-
tries, railroads, main highways, and
tourist attractions.
!At the end of each important article
there will be a brief bibliography giv-
ing the principal sources upon which
the rticle is based and directions for.

further reading. In addition to the
alphabetical arrangement of the text
there will be a complete cross-refer-
ence index at the end of the series
to facilitate detailed use of the ma-
terial.
Wi ftly Endorsed
The editor selected for the work,
Dr. George N. Fuller, '05, Ph.D. '12, is
well known to the Michigan campus
and to the State. The project has
been endorsed by every college and
university president in the state in-
cluding President Ruthven. G~overnor
Brucker, Supt. Webster Pearce of the
State Departme~nt of Puic Instru4c-
tionl, Mary E. Fanhusr State iA-
brarian, andi E. T. Cameron, secre-
tary of the Michigap Education Asso-
ciation also comm~end t~he plan.
When com~pleted the volumes will
be sold b.y subscription at a price to
cover cost of production, and the
Inumber of sets printed will be limit-
Ied~ to the number of subscriptions,
Dr. Fuller stated,

JACK OAK]IE

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Guest Feature
JOHN
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"'STATE'S
ATTO RN EY"

Hindu Students of the Universityt
of Michigan will meet Mr. Patel be-i
tween the hours of 2:30 to 4:00 p. in.t
on Nov. 5 at the Michigan League.
Following that there will be a tea
given in honor of 'Mr. Patel. Mem-
bers of the Cosmopolitan Club, Hin-
dustan Club and their guests are cor-
dially invited to meet Mr. Patel. All
those coming please inform Mr.
Rahmnan, Phone 9107, before 12 a. mn.j
Saturday, Nov. 5.j
The box office will be open fromj
12:30 to 7 p. m. on Friday, Nov. 4,
and all day on Nov. 5. Please call up
the attendant at the box office to
make reservations for the lecture if
you have not done so.
FALL. DANCE
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sponsored by Blue Triangle League
Wednesday, Nov. 16, 193
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MICTI WAN DAILY
ADlS PAY

Undergraduate Students of the College of Literature, Science, and the
(Arfts: ndergraduate students in the College of Literature, Science and the
Arts, wishing to becom~e candidates for a University Scholarship (value
$00 to $500), may obtain 1blanl applications in Dean Effinger's office. There
ar three Mandelbaurn Scholarships ($500 each) open to men only. There
will b~e some Marsh scholarships ($100) open to all literary students. These
blank~s murst be filledc out and returned not later than November 17. No
application will receive consideration after that date, and the awards will
be made about December 1.
- F. E. Bartell, Chairman Scholarship Committee
Dormitory Directors; Sorority Chaperons, Househeads; Undergraduate
Women: Those women students who attend the formal party at the Union
on Fiday night, November 4, may stay out until 2:30 a. m.
Alice C. Lloyd
Dormit~ory Heads, Sorority Chiaperons, House Heads; Undergraduate
Women: All undergraduate women studlents wishing to attend the Fire-
me -Polcemen Blall may do so by obtaining special permission from the
office of the Dean of Women.
R,. 0. T. . U niforms: All students who ordered uniforms should re-
port at R. 0. T. C. ofce during the hours 8:00 a. in. to 5:00 p. mn. today or
8:00 a. mn. to 12:00 noon, Saturday, November 5.
University Men and Women: A beginners class in social dancing will
be held Tluesday, in the Michigan League Ballroom, 7:30 to 8:30." 8 lessons
for $~3.00. Make reservations w~ith Miss McCormick.
University ]Menianld Women : Intermediate class in social dancing will
be held Thulrsday' in theMichigan4 League Ballroom, 7:30 to 8:30 p.;im. This
cla~s is open to students who wish to learn ballroom tango, new waltz and
fox~ trot steps. ake reservationls with Miss McCormick.
ACADEMlfIC NOTICES
Sociology 51 Midsemnester will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9, at 4 o'clock
in the following rooms: A-F (inc.)
Angel HllG-L(inc) 21 AU fing. Open daily 1 to 5, except Sun-
M-1 (n.)2 AH2TZ(ic) 0 day, November 4 to November 17.
M-_ ic)2 M.T~(n. 0 The public is cordially invited.

minat ions for the
are to be given in
r: Nov. 5, Old Eng-
Literature. Nov. 12,
sm. Nov 19;" Lingu-

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University Club : Club Night 8:30
p. in. Professor A. E. R. Boak will

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Educatiton D202a and B227a: MY
seminars in the Teaching of Science
and the Curriculum of Secondary
Schools will not meet Saturday, No-
vember 5. F. D. Curtis
EXHIITION
Natural Scholastic Exibitionl of
Pitorial Arts and Craftsworkt, large
exhibition room Architectural Build-
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