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SEPTEMBER 30, 1934

THE MI CHIGAN DAILY

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
University. Copy received atythe office of the Assistant to the President
until 3:30; 11:30 .a~m. Saturday.

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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1934
VOL. XLV No. 6
Notices
Senate Reception: The members of
the faculties and their wives are cor-
dially invited to be present at a re-
ception by the President and the
Senate of the University in honor of
the new members of the faculties to
be held on Tuesday evening, Oct. 30,
from 8:30 o'clock until 12 o'clock in
the ballrooms of the Michigan Un-
ion. The reception will take place
between 8:30 and 10:00, after which
there will be an oportunity for danc-
ing. No individual invitations will
be sent out.
Faculty M e e t i n g - Literature,
Science, and the Arts: The regular
October meeting of the Faculty of the
College of Literature, Science and
Arts will be held in Room 1025, An-
gell Hall, Monday, Oct. 1, beginning
at 4:10 o'clock.
Agenda:
1. Resolution on James B. Pollock.
Committee-H. H. Bartlett, Chair-
man; J. S. Shepard, B. M. Davis.
2. Introduction of new members
of professional rank.
3. Report of nominating commit-
tee. Committee - H. H. Barlett,
Chairman; O. J. Campbell, Peter
Field, R. A. Sawyer, J. K. Pollock.
4. Election.
a. Four members of Execu-
tive Committee.
b. Two mnembers of Library
Committee.
5. Enrollment Statistics.
a. Freshmen-Ira M. Smith.
b. University as a whole-E.
H. Kraus.
0. Reports.
a. Executive Committee-I. I,.
Sharfman.
b. Doan's Conference-E. H.
Kraus.
c. Administrative Board-W.
R. Humphreys.
7. Special Orders.
a. Admission requirements.
b. Departmental organization.
Earhart Foundation Scholars: The1
following studeita have been recom-
mended for appointment as EarhartI
Foundation for Community Leader-c
chip shlars:
Gilbert Anderson, Winifred Bell,
Ray Brundige, Henry Bullock, David
Clinger-Smith, Mary Margaret Dav-
idson, W. Bruce Dick, Roland Fulton,
Normai Humphrey, Lee S. Kay, Ed-
ward Litchfield, Richard L. Shook,
Kirk Stone.
Will these students please meet
on Monday Oct. J4 in Room 315
Haven Hall?
Hygiene Lectures-Change in meet-
ing place: The hygiene lectures for
Freshmen and Upperclass students
will be held on Monday and Tuesday
afternoons, respectively, in the am-
phitheatre of the West Medical Build-
ing instead of Barbour Gymnasium as
previously announced.
Arecdnautical Engineers will meet
Tuesday, Oct. 3 in room 1042, East
Engineering building. Important. All
interested utged to attend.
Academic Notices
Economics 173: The following stu-
dents have been asigned to Section
2, which meets at MWF at 9, in room
206 S. W.:
Robert O. Anderson, Jane T. Ar-
nold, Earl P. Babcock, John A. Beier-
Waltes, Dwight P. Bowles, William N.
Deramus, Max Etkind, Morton L.
Friedman, Donald C. Gardner, Julian
M. Goodman, Mrs. Virginia Hendley,
Dan F. Hulgrave, Robert L. Kimball,
Boice R. Kizer, Bernard B. Lew, John
M. O'Connell, John W. Richardson,
John C. Schaberg, Robert E. Scott,
Philip T. VanZile, Charles B. White,
Albert C. Worrell.

All the other members of the class
will meet in Section 1, MWF, 9, 102
Ec.
Speech 176 will meet in Room 206
A. H. at 10 instead of 2.
Psychology 31: The seating list is
now posted on the bulletin board
opposite 2127 N. S.. Please consult
it before Monday afternoon. It will
be removed half an hour before the
lecture and reposted later.

Preliminary Examinations for the
Ph. D. Degree in Economics will- be
offered Oct. 8 to 10, inclusive. Those
wishin gto write the examinations at
that time should get in touch with
the Department office at once.
Reading Requirements in German
for Ph. D. Candidates: Candidates
to all fields except those of the natur-
al sciences and mathematics must ob-
tain the official certification of an
adequate reading knowledge of Ger-
man by submitting to a written ex-
amination given by a committee of
the Department of German. Such
examinations will be held once each
semester and towards the end of the
Summer Session. For the first semes-
ter the examination will be held Wed-
nesday, Oct. 24, in Room 203 U. H.
Students who intend to take the ex-
amination are requested to register
their names at least one week before
the date of the examination at the
office of the German Department,
Room 204, University Hall, where de-
tailed information with regard to
examination requirements will be giv-
en.
Required Hygiene Lectures for Wo-
men: Freshmen--Hygiene lectures for
freshman women will begin on Mon-
day, Oct. 1 and will continue until a
series of six lectures have been given.
These lectures will be held each Mon-
day at 4:15 p. m. in Sarah Caswell
Angell Hall, on the second floor of
Barbour Gymnasium.
Upperclass: Hygiene lectures for
upperclass women will begin on Tues-
day, Oct. 2, and will continue until
a series of six lectures have been
given. These lectures will be held
each Tuesday at 4:15 p. m. in Sarah
Caswell Angell Hall, on the second
floor of Barbours Gymnasium.
If a transferring student has had a
course in Personal or General Hy-
giene which has been accepted and
credited by this University, she will
be exempt from the Hygiene re-
quirement here.
Hygiene Exemption Examination:
A student who has taken a course
in Hygiene in another institution but
has no credit from this University
for the course, will report for the first
lecture and may take the exemption
examination to be given on Saturday,

Oct. 6, in Natural Science Audit
ium at 10 o'cloik in the morning.
this examination is passed, the s
dent's Hygiene requirement will
recorded as complete.
If by any chance, a freshman
lieves herself to be in a position
pass the upperclass exemption+
amination, she may apply for t
privilege to either Dr. Bell or
Schutz at the Health Service.
English 149 (Drama I): The cl
will meet at 7:30 Tuesday eveni
Oct. 2, 3212 A. H.
Kenhneth Row

The following Extension classes
will meet during the coming week:
Economics 51: General Economics
I. Mr. William B. Palmer. Thursday,
Oct. 4, 7 p. m. 1018 Angell Hall.
Engineering Mechanics 1 and 2
Review. Statics and Elementary
Strength of Materials. Assistant
Professor R. S. Swinton. 220 West
Engineering Building. Monday, Oct.
1, 7 p. m.
English 1: English Composition. Mr.
H. G. Baker. 1018 Angell Hall. Wed-
nesday, Oct. 3, 7 p. m.
eEnglish 160: Shakespearean Trag-
edies. Assistant Professor Paul
Mueschke. 2235 Angell Hall. Mon-
day, Oct. 1, 7 p. m.
eHistory 157: Social History of the
United States, 1865-1900. Mr. R. A.
Winnacker. 1209 Angell Hall. Wed-
nesday, Oct. 3, 7 p. m.
Hobbies. Professor Whittemore is
the instructor this week. 231 Angell
Hall. Thursday, Oct. 4, 7 p. m.
(Non-credit course).
eJournalism 107E. Creative Writ-
ing. Mr. D. H. Haines. 1209 Angell
Hall. Monday, Oct. 1, 7 p. m.
Mechanical Drafting. Assistant
Professor P. O. Potts. Room 448,
West Enigneering Building. Tuesday,
Oct. 2, 7 p. m.
Music 41. Appreciatidn of Music.
Mr. Glenn D. McGeoch. Room 311
Hill Auditorium. Tuesday, Oct. 2, 7
p. m.
eSociology 245: Social Psychiatry.
Associate Professor J. M. Dorsey.
1209 Angell Hall. Tuesday, Oct. 2,
7 p. m.
Speech 31: Public Speaking. Mr.
C. G. Brandt. 4203 Angell Hall.
Wednesday, Oct. 3, 7 p. m.
Courses marked with an "e" give
both graduateand undergraduate
credit. These classes meet once a
wee kfor two hours.
Students enrolled for full time
work are not eligible for Extension
courses. Extension Division
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Schedule of Lectures
OCTOBER 25- RUTH BRYAN OWEN
"Ehis Business of Diplomacy"
NOVEMBER 8 -STUART CHASE
"The Economy of Abundance"
NOVEMBER 20- LYMAN BEECHER STOWE
"Saints, Sinners and Beechers"
DECEMBER 6- CHESTER SCOTT HOWLAND
"Hunting Whales in the Seven Seas" with motion pictures
DECEMBER 13-- LOWELL THOMAS
"Adventures on the Air and Around the World"
JANUARY 23 - MAURICE HINDUS
"Stalin, Hitler, Roosevelt. -Who Will Win?"
FEBRUARY 18- BURTON HOLMES
"Around the Yorld with Burton Holmes"
with Motion Pictures
FEBRUARY 27--MARK SULLIVAN
"The Great Adventure of Washington"

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