THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, S
PTEMBER 18, 1
Auto Ban Is Changed Slightly;
Rea Releases Interpretations
The following interpretations of All permit tags obtained this fall will
the auto ban have been released by be void as soon as it is unlawful to
Walter B. Rea, assistant to the dean drive with 1934 license plates. Hence
of students. Students are advised toa
eep this article for future refer- after tha dae an eyrtino he
knepti ril o uuerfr car, while using permit tags bearing
() Nthe old license number will constitute
(1) No student in attendance at viatn.
the University from and after the a violation.
beginning of the first semester of the (5) Where any appreciable saving
University year 1934-1935 shall oper- in transportation costs is realized,
Uniersty ear193-1,35 hal oier-students may drive their cars to Ann
ate any motor vehicle. In exceptional Abodend pmay e their astoAn
and extraordinary cases at the dis- Arbor, and place them in dead stor-
cretion of the dean of students this age until vacation periods. This pro-
rule may be relaxed. The automobile vision will not be available to students
regulation will become effective at 8 whose homes are relatively close to
a.m. Monday, September 24 and all the University, for example, cities
regularly enrolled students, other within a 150-mile radius of Ann Ar-
than those indicated in paragraph 7 bor. Such an arrangement when ap-
are requested to avoid any driving or proved will not entitle the owners of
use of their ears until permits have the cars to any especial consideration
been obtained at the office of the with respect to temporary or week-
dean of studentj, Room 2, Uni- end driving privileges. Full informa-
versity Hall. tion on stored cars, including name
and address of owner and location of
(2) The automobile regulation gov- storage, must be reported to this of-
erns the use of a car as well as the fice before the beginning of the school
operation of one; consequentlysit 1isyear. After that date, cars may not be
not permissible for a student to use brought to Ann Arbor, unless the cir-
his car, or a family owned car, for cumstances are first approved by this
social, personal, or any other pur- office
poses, when the car is driven by a ()e ef
non-student who is not a member (6) The operation of a car by an
of his immediate family. out-of-town student, in and about his
of hs imediae failyhome, will not be considered a matter
(3) A student receiving permission of concern to university authorities
to use an automobile must adhere provided:
strictly to the terms of his permit. (a) The car is not driven through
Before any driving is done, student or within the immediate vicinity of
permit tags must be attached to the Ann Arbor.
State license plates in such a manner (b) Such driving does not invole a
as to insure easy visibility. Any act violation of any law or traffic ordi-
of driving, without permission from van or
this office, or with permit tags unat- nance'
tached, will be considered a violation (7) Students within the following
of the ruling and will be disciplined groups may apply for exemption from
accordingly. the ruling by calling in person at the
(4) All permits must be renewed office of the dean of students and re-
when the 1935 State license plates porting the make, type, and license
are required or as soon as the new number of the car.
tags are purchased. At such time, (a) Those who are 26 years of
new sets of permit tags bearing the age, or older.
current license number will be issued (b) Those who are receiving credit
Dean Of Students
I ___________CO-OPERATIVE CLUB
DAILYL A group of University students are
DA IY OFFICIAL planning to operate a co-operative
BULLE I rooming and boarding house in which
B 1L~1N each resident will pay $1.00 for board
E__and $1.00 for room in addition to
Michigan League House Commit- three to four hours of work each
tce: Important meeting at 12 noon A w e
Thursday, Sept, 20 in League cafe- An yone having any furniture they
teria. Anyone interested in the work would be willing to donate to the
to be done is invited to attend. gacy coc c m >1
Counselor in Religious Education: MILLER, the BARBER
The Counselor in Religious Education
will observe regular office hours for In Business
interviews with freshmen, and others,
during the freshman period:
At University Hall- Room 9 daily
11 to 12 a.m. and 3 to 5 p.m. STATE STREET
At Lane Hall - Room A daily 10 to
11 a.m. and 2 to 3 p.m. Other hours BARBER SHOP
may be arranged by appointment. 225 So. State St.
Call University 582 or Ann Arbor oSttedS
Edward W. Blakeman. Opos omas
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DEAN JOSEPH A. BURSLEY
at no additional cost to the holders.
for not more than five hours of aca-
demic work per semester.
(c) Those who hold University posi-
tions which entitle them to the fac-
ulty rating of teaching assistant, or
DRESSLER ESTATE SET
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 17-((IP))-
The estate of the late Marie Dressler,
screen actress, is set at $280,847 in an
appraisal filed n Superior Court.
Presbyterian Student Appoint-
9:30 Cabinet meeting at the Church
House, 1432 Washtenaw Ave.
10:45 Morning Worship.tChurch, Hu-
ron and Division.
5:30 Social hour and supper at the
6:30 Young People's meeting.
Parties Monday night at 5:30, steak
roast at the Church House. Friday
night 9:00, open house at the Church
House. Office hours Lane Hall, Mon-
day, Wednesday, Friday, 10-12 and
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