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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETINJ

Deutscher Verein Split On Politics

Expectations
[00 Books Change Hands
Since Inception Feb. 3,
Involving_$3,000 Sales
'he Student Book Exchange, which'
I continue in operation in the
'th lounge of the Union until Fri-
;, Feb. 17, has more than fulfilled
exnectations in the volume of
iness conducted, it was announced
terday by Douglas Tracy, '40E,
nager of the exchange.
Wnre than 4000 books have been
:dled by the exchange since its in-
stion on Feb. 3, Tracy said, en-
lin more 'than $3000 in business.
e ,hortage of second semester texts
ich was at first encountered has
in larmely alloviated by recent book
Itributions, he added.
Profits of the exchange will be
newhat curtailed, Tracy stated, be-.
ise initial and operating expenses
ve been larger than was at first
icipated. When the exchange has
n more firmly established and the
ncipal capital investments com-
ted, he said, the profits will be
loubtedly larger. Originally these
fits were to have been used for the
ablishment of a special scholar-
p fund, or for. contribution to the
an's Goodwill Fund.
Thecks paying students who have
received a greater value of books
m the exchange than those which
ey have turned in will be mailed
ginning Saturday, Tracy said. Stu-
its must also call for books which
not sold within two weeks after
exchange has closed.
Phe exchange will ee again in
eration next June to take in books
'the first semester of the 1939-40
iool year.
romen Debaters Tryout
For Varsity On Feb. 23
Women interested in varsity de-
to will try out for one of the four
is, at 7 p.m. net Thursday, Feb.
in Room 3209 Angell Hall.
Four women are needed to work on
Big Ten question of the employ-
nt of married women whose hus-
ads are gainfully employed. Six
men will work on the topic. 'fRe-
ved: That the Government Should
ase Using Government Funds In-
ding Credit for the Stimulation of
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THURSDAY, FEB. 16, 1939 U.H. on Thursday, Feb. 16. These
VOL. XLIX. No. 96 blanks must be properly signed by
the adviser and the white slip re-
Notices turned to Room 4 U.H. at once.
To University Employees in Ad- Aeronautical Engineering Students:
ninistrative, Secretarial, Stenograph- Students obtaining either bachelors
ic, Clerical and Similar Positions: or masters degrees in Aeronautical
The Bu'siness Office desires to know Engineering in June or August, 1939
what individuals would be desirous of should fill out the Department per-
participating should the Regents find sonnel records by Feb. 24. If a student
it possible to open to employees of is unable to obtain his photograph by
the above classifications the oppor- this date he should turn in his record
tunity to purchase old-age annui- and supply the photograph later.
ties on exactly the same terms and Blanks for this purpose may be ob-
conditions that they are now pur- tained in the Department Office. It
chased by members of the academic is essential that personnel records
faculty. These terms and conditions
aety. brie ter pamenty ntein- on all students be on file in the of-
are, in brief, the payment by the in ce, in order to supply the manufac-
dividual of 5 per cent of his or her turers with accurate and complete
annual compensation as premium up- 'information. A sample form indicat-
on an old-age annuity with addi- ing the kind of information desired is
tional, equal payment by the Univer- posted on the Aeronautical Engineer-
sity for the same purpose. In all ing Bulletin Board.
Inn c~aaNwn hiv nt Bulletin Board.+H

cases premium payments by the
University as well as premium pay-
ments by the individual, plus inter-
est, are the permanent possession of
the individual under the terms of the
contract with the Teachers Insurance
and Annuity Association. In case of
death before reaching retirement age
all accumulations go into the estate
of the individual.
It should not be understood that
this offer is being made to employees;
the purpose of this notice is, rather,
to find out how many would take
advantage of the offer if made and
thus to know whether the plan is de-
sired, and if so to enable an esti-
mate of the cost of putting the plan
into operation, if decided upon.
Cards have been prepared and are
available in the offices of the Deans,
and other principal University of-
fices, on which interested employees
may file, in the Business Office, by
Campus mail or otherwise, their de-
sire to participate in such a plan if
established. Replies are desired by
the Business Office not later than
Feb. 28, 1939.
Shirley W. Smith.
To All Faculty Members and Staff:
Special, Employment Time Reports
must be in the Business Office on
Monday, Feb. 20, to be included in
the roll for Feb. 28.
Edna Geiger Miller,
Payroll Clerk.
Kappa Phi Meeting on Thursday,
Feb. 16 when the rushing dinner will
be held. 5:15 p.m. at the Methodist
Church. Priscella Kennedy.
Student Flight Training: Students
interested in the course in flight in-
struction should fill out application
blanks immediately. Full informa-
tion concerning requirements, as well
as the application blanks, may be ob-
tained from the Secretary in Room
B-47 East Engineering Building.
Closing Date for Nominations for
Henry Russel Award. The Committee
on the Henry Russel Award wishes to
call' attention to the fact that all
nominations should be in the hands
of the Committee not later than Feb.
20. It is customary to include with
the nominations complete bibliogra-
phies of, the published work of the
candidates and also reprints of as
many of the published works as pos-
sible.
Nominations, accompanied by sup-
porting material, should be sent to
the," Chairman of the Committee,
Margaret Elliott, 201 Tappan Hall,
on or before Feb. 20. '
L.S.&A. Juniors now eligible for!
Concentration should get Admission
to Concentration blanks at Room 4,

Aeronautical Eng.ueering Seniors
and Graduates: Announcement is
made of a Civil Service Examination
for Junior Professional Assistant.
Applications must be filed with the
Civil Service Commission by Feb. 27,
1939. Those interested may examine
the announcement concerning this
position which is posted on the Aero-
nautical Engineering Bulletin Board.
The Congress Cooperative House at
909 East University is accepting ap-
plications for boarders. Telephone
2-2143.
College of Literature, Science, and
the Arts: Grade reports for students
in the College of Literature, Science,
and the Arts will be available for dis-
tribution Thursday, Feb. 16, and Fri-
day, Feb. 17, in the Registrar's Of-
fice, Room 4 U.H. Students desiring
their grades may call for them.
Certificate of Eligibility. In order
to secure eligibility certificates for the
second semester, first semester report
cards must be presented at the Of-
fice of the Dean of Students. First
semester eligibility certificates are
valid only until March 1.
Department oY Naval Architecture
and Marine Engineering:
(1) All men classified in this de-
partment using drawers in cabinets
at the south end of Room 345 will
label them with their names before
noon, Friday, Feb. 17. The locks on
drawers not so labelled will be cut,
and the contents removed.
(2) All men now using drawers as
above who are not now, i.e. for the
second semester, enrolled in one or
more of the following courses, N.A.5,
N.A.6, N.A.7, N.A.12, or Marine En-
gineering 10, shall vacate the draw-
er by noon, Friday, Feb. 17. After
that time the lock will be cut and
the contents removed. This applies
whether the drawer is used jointly
with some one enrolled in one of -the
above courses or not..
H. C. Adams.
The Bureau of Appointments has
received nhotice of the following Unit-
ed Stated Civil Service Examinations.
Last date for filing application is
given in each case.
Junior Economist, $2,000, Feb. 27.
**Seniors and recent graduates who
can show a course in either penology
or criminology together with enough
other courses in economics, including
social economics, to make up a total
of at least 20 semester hours, will be
admitted to this examination. A num-
ber of vacancies will be filled in thy'
Bu'eau of Prisons of the Department
of Justice, from established registers.

Physiotherapy Aide, $1,800, Mar. 13
Physiotherapy Pupil Aide, $1,440,1
Mar. 13.
Naval Architect, $3,800, Dec. 31
Associate Naval Architect, $3,200,
Dec. 31
Assistant Naval Architect, $2,600,
Dec. 31
Branches of Naval Architect.
1. Ship piping and ventilation.
2. Hull structures and arrange-
ments.
3. Scientific ship calculations.
4. General.
5. Small boats:
Marine Engineer, $3,800, Dec. 31
Associate Marine Engineer, $3,200,
Dec. 31
Assistant Marine Engineer, $2,600'
Dec.31
Fisheries Marketing Agent, $2,300,
March 13
Assistant Fisheries Marketing Agent,
$1,800, March 13
Senior Consultant in Home Ec-
onomics Education, $4,600, Mar. 13
Senior Mineral Economist (any spe-
cialized branch) $4,600, March 13
Mineral Economist (any specialized
branch), $3,800, March 13
Associate Mineral Economist (any
specialized branch), $3,200, Mar. 13
Complete announcements are on
file at the University Bureau of Ap-
pointments and Occupational Infor-
mation, 201 Mason Hall; office hours:
9-12 and 2-4.
University Bureau of Appoint-
ments and Occupational Infor-
mation.
Academic Notices
New York State Teachers' Examin-
ation. The examination for the New
York State teachers' license will be
held on Feb. 17 at 1:15 in Room 100
R.L.
Exemptions from Saturday Classes:
During the first two weeks of the
semester the following members of
the committee on Saturday Classes
may be consulted: Professor Everett,
Tuesday and Friday, 2:30-3:30 in
3232 A.H. Professor Reichart, Mon-
day 10-11 and Wednesday 10-11:30 in
300 U.H.
English 45. Students should be ad-
vised that this course now consists
of 4 sections:
Section 1, 2225 A.H., Prof. Davis.
Section 2, 203 U.H., Prof. Williams
English 301D, Seminar in English
Drama, will meet on Thursday at 4
o'clock in 3217 A.H.
Paul Mueschke.
The following courses will hold
their next meeting in the following
rooms:
Psychology 39, M.W.F. 10:00, Na-
tural Science Auditorium.
Speech 32, M.W.F. 10:00, 225 A.H.
Anthropology 112, T.Th.S. 10:00,
18 A.H.
Speech 32-4a, T.Th.S. 10:00, 302
M.H.
Geology 130, M.W.F. 9:00, 231 A.H.
Philosophy 114, M.W.F. 9:00, 2019
A.H.
Speech 31-3a, M.W.F. 9:00, 205
M.H.
Geography 120, T.Th.S. 10:00, 1018
A.H.
Free Golf Instruction: Coach Court-
right is conducting golf classes at the
Intramural Building for faculty and
students. The classes come on
Tuesday and Thursday at 3:30 and
4:30 and on Monday and Wednesday
at 3:30 anc4 4:30. Classes -run for three
weeks at the end of which time new
classes start. Classeg begin Wednes-
day and Thursday, April 15 and 16.
Genetics and Evolution (Zoology
Proseminar): The first meeting will
be held in Room 2116 N.S. on Thurs-
day, Feb. 16 at 5 p.m. The regular
hour of meeting will then be chosen.
A. F. Shull.

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By WILLIAM ELMER{
Efforts on the part of liheral stu-
dents to sponsor a campus meeting
protesting Nazi Germany's treatment
of non-Aryans last fall may have'
ofnnAyn atfl a aeproven fruitless but the Deutscher
Verein's publishedusupportof that
meeting caused much comment at the
Verein's meeting Tuesday.
The constitution of the club states
that it was formed for purely aca-
demic purposes and that no question
of a political nature shall ever be

entertained officially by the club, ac-
cording to Oscar Bixby, Grad., presi-
dent. During Tuesday night's meet-
ing, which was planned as a social
affair, the matter of allowing the club
to be quoted as either against or for
a political stand was raised. The
meeting reportedly changed instantly
from a well-ordered discussion to a
bedlam of Acries and protestations.
When order was restored the group
voted to adhere to the constitution in
the future. The Verein position in a

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