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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ta ' T T this year will be devoted to special problems of aeroplane structures. The EVENTS TODAYt
DAILY FF IA L BULLETIN outline of subjects and tentative list of speakers are as follows: Harris Hall: The first student sup-t
ti .t I JL(1) "History"-Prof. M. J. Thompson. per of the year will be held at the
Pubflceatin in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the (2) "Theoretical and Design Loads of Aeroplane Structures"-Prof. Hall this evening at 6:15 p. m. for
Univrsity Copy received at the office of the Assistat to the President until
3 s 1130 a. i. Saturday. M. J. Thompson and Prof. E. A. Stalker. 25c; all students are cordially wel-
-.(3) "Materials"-Mr. F. L. Everett. corned and especially those who are
V6 J L. Ift SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1932 No. 6 (4) "Stress Analysis"-Prof. E. L. Eriksen, Prof. J. A. Van den Broek, entering the University for the first
Prof. H M. Hansen time. The Reverend Mr. Lewis will
NOTICESPr. ..Hnsn speak at 7:00 p. i.
(5) "Methods of Tcsting"-Mr. W. F. Burke.
Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior Women: There will be a meeting of the The Seminar will meet in Room 305 W. Engineering Building at 11:00 St. Andrew's Church: The Holy
W'teI's business staff of the Daily at 4:00 p. m. on Monday. Anyone of o'clock on Tuesdays and Thursdays The first meeting will be held on Tues- Communion 8:00 a. in., C h u r c h
Steond setnester freshman standing may try out. day, October 4th. school 9:30 a. m., Kindergarten 11:00
a. in., The Holy Communion and
Organ Recital: Palmer Chritsian, University organist, will give the fol- sermon by the Reverend Henry Lew-
Polish Language and Literature will be taught, Those interested please i,1 0 .m
lowing program, Wednesday, October 5, at 4:15 o'clock in Hill Auditorium, meet me Monday, October 3, at 8 p. m in room 1300 East Engineering is, 11:00 a. i.
to which the general public with the exception of small children is invited. Building, or call University 453. A. P. Gwiazdowski Evangelical Students: All Evan-
Bach: Prelude and Fugue in D Major; Quantz: Presto (Sonata 333); ul , l. vgelicalStudents:edAllyintd
Arkadelt: Ave Maria; Widor: Allegro, Adagio, Intermezzo (Symphony VD,); gelical students are cordially invited
ASkhditt: Apres 'Ete; Wibes FAlgadag , IIbsen, Scandinavian 51 (No knowledge of Norwegian required). Until to attend a student supper to be held
Schmitt: Apres 1fEte; Sibelius: Fillandia.further notice this class will meet in at 11 o'clock Tuesdays and Thursdays this evening from 5:30 to 7:30 in
Forestry Assembly. There will be an assembly for all students in the Fourth Ave
School of Forestry and Conservation at 11 a min. Tuesday, October 4, in EXHIBITIONSL
Room 2054 Natural Science Building. Pre-forestry students are also urged E iB iNSLiberal Studets Union: Professor
The Division of Fine Arts announces an exhibition of paintings by John F. Shepard, of the department
Sattend. Modern Americans in the West Gallery of Alumni Memorial Hall. The of Psychology, will speak on "Athe-
exhibition is open week-days from 9 to 5, Sundays from 2 to 5, through ism on the Michigan Campus." Uni-
Regulations Governing Registration of Out-Going Mail: Attention is Sunday, October 9. tarian church, at 7:30 o'clock.
called to the change in these regulations on July 1, 1932 which requires Exhibition of water color sketches made during the Summer Session-~ ~~~
the sender to present such mail at the post office or a sub-station. The in Professor Valerio's class is now hung in the ground floor corridor cases Presbyterian Young People's So-
value of such articles must be declared and fee will be charged accordingly. of the Architectural Building and will remain there until October 7. Open ciety meet for fellowship and supper
daily, 9 to 6, excepting Sunday. at 5:30 p. i.d Miss Margaret Nor-
Pre-Medical Students: Students who intend to apply for admission to ton is to lead the meeting and is to
the Medical School should obtain the Announcement of the School by call- LECTURES working with the welfare organiza-
ing at the office of the Secretary, Room 127 West Medical Building. Atten- University Lecture: Friday, October 7, 4 p. in., Lydia Mendelssohn - - - -'
tion is called to the increase in requirements which become effective next Theatre. Dr. Henry Seidel Canby, author, and editor of The Saturday T Y P E IA R I T X R 8
year and also to the rule regarding "D" grades in required subjects. Stu- Review of Literature: "Prize Literature." 411 Makes - aee end Portable
dents desiring further informatoin should consult with the Chairman of University Lecture: Dr. F. Zwicky of the Department of Physics, Cali- Sold entede Repaired.
the Committee at an early date. Executive Committee, Medical School fornia Institute of Technology, will deliver a lecture in Room 1041 East Lage choie stok ThA' .
Physics Building, Monday, October 3, at 4:15 on the subject, "Secondary0,'4
Ulse4 Book Exchange: The Used Book Exchange of the Socialist Club Structure of Crystals." All interested are coidially invited to attend. 14 S. State St., m=Arbor
will be open at Lane Hall on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 2 to___
4 p. in. for the purpose of refunding money for books that were sold or for
r'eturning unsold books to their owners. After Wednesday at 4 p. m. the
book exchange will be closed. However it will reopen in time to collect
books for the second semester sale.
Faculty Meeting, College of Literature, Scienee, and the Arts. Faculty W eXP7ahFo 1 W ith
meetings of this College are held regularly on the first Monday of each
month. The next meeting will be Monday afternoon, October 3, in Room
2225 Angell Hall, beginning at 4:10 o'clock.
a. Report from the Dean concerning the activities of the University
ouncil.
b. Report from the Assistant Dean on the work of the Administra-
i .v ltBoard.
c. Election of one member to the Deans Advisory Committee.
d.Election of two members to the Library Committee.
e. Miscellaneous Business.
School of Education Faculty Meeting: A regular meeting of the School
blf Education Faculty will be held on Monday, October 3 at the Michigan
League at 12 o'clock noon. A full attendance is desired.
Faculty College of Engineering: There will be a meeting of the Faculty
of this College on Wednesday, October 5, at 4:15 p. m., in Room 348, West
Engineering Buiding. _________T he
ACADEMIC NOTICES
Junior Engineers: You will be excused from classes Wednesday, Oct.
5, at 9:00 a. in. to attend the Junior Engineer class meeting in Room 348
W. Eng. The attendance of new members of the class is especially desired.
Old and new business. Dean Sadler will speak.
English 297 will meet Monday evening from 7 to 9 in Room 407 in the
b'rary.
English 217: Ancient Rhetoric and Poetic will meet in 3212 A.H. on
"Tuesdays fromn 4-6.
fIs n Annual Affair
Outline of Seminar in the Theory of Structures: 1932-33: The Seminar
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