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TIJURSDAY, NOV. 3, 1

T HE MICHIG AN DAILY

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DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN

hat Pleione was the first whose THURSDAY, NOV. 3, 1938 {
right lines were found to have dis- VOL. XLIX. No. 34
ppeared and that it held an "en-
urance record" for a bright line star Notices
rithout bright lines.
It also gives some substantiation Apparatus Exchange: The Regents
> the legend of antiquity that one at their meeting in Marcn, 1927, au-
f the Pleiades cluster of which thorized an arrangement for the sale
Ieione is a member, dimmed or dis- of scientific appratus by one de-
ppeared. partment to another, the proceeds of
"If there is anything in the 'Lost the sale to be credited to the budget
leiad' legend, circumstantial evi- account of the department from
ence furnished by the spectroscope which the apparatus is tran'sferred.
ould seem to point to Pleione as
hie wayward sister," Professor Mc- Departments having apparatus
,aughlin said, which is not in active use are advised
From the photographic plate taken to send description thereof to the
ere Oct. 28 by Prof. W. Carl Rufus University Chemistry Store, of which
nd Robley C. Williams, both of the Prof. R. J. Carney is director., The
stronomy department, Professor Chemistry store headquarters are in
IcLaughlin observed that each of Room 223 Chemistry Building. An
hie broad and dark hydrogen lines, effort will be made to sell the ap-
hich characterized Pleione's spec- paratus to other departments which
sum after it lost its shell, was cor- are likely to be able to use it. In
)letely filled by a wide, bright line some instances the apparatus may be
f hydrogen, cut in the center by a sent to the University Chemistry
ery dark narrow line. He also saw store on consignment and if it is not
hat a number of faint narrow dark sold within a reasonable time, it will
nes resulting from ionized iron atom, be returned to the department from
ad reappeared throughout the spec- which it was received. The object
rum. of this arrangement is to promote
The cluster gives out about 200 economy by reducing the amount of
imes as much light as our sun and unused apparatus. It is hoped that
s about 500 light years away. It is departments having such apparatus
haped like the dipper, with Pleione will realize the advantage to them-
Lie faint companion star at the end selves and to the University in avail-
f the handle. ing themselves of this opportunity.
Shirley W. Smith.
State Nurses Presidents of Fraternities and So-"
rorities are reminded that member-
ship lists, showing changes in the
To l eet H e ehouse during the month of October
are due Nov. 5 at the Office of the
Dean of Students.
[nstituite's Annual Session
Be sToThe Graduate and Children's Li-
egins Tomorrow braries of the University Elementary
Representatives from all districts School will be closed on Friday, Nov.
A the State are expected to attend 1. Thank you.
he annual two-day session of the
Ann Arbor District Nurses' Institute To The Members of the Faculty of
here beginning tomorrow. the College of Literature, Science,
Lectures and demonstrations will and the Arts: The second regular
e given Friday morning by Dr. meeting of the f aculty of the College
Sprague Gardiner of the department of Literature, Science, and the Arts
>f gynecology and obstetrics, and for the academic session of 1938-39
Dr. Henry Ransom of the depart- will be held in Room 1025 Angell
nent of surgery. On Saturday morn- Hall, Nov. 7, 1938, at 4:10 p.m.
ng Dr. Charles Smyth of the Rack- Edward H. Kraus.
iam arthritis and research depart- Agenda:t
nent, and Dr. John Alexander, pro- 1. Adoption of the minutes'of the
essor of thoracic surgery, will give meeting of Oct. 3, 1938, which have
illustrated lectures. been distributed by campus mail
The two-day program will also in- (pages 452-461).
lude a tour of the University hos- 2. Memorial to the late Professor
itals and of the Ypsilanti State Hos- Louis A. Strauss. Committee: Pro-
ital, and a demonstration of an iron fessors Campbell Bonner, Bennett
lung. Weaver, and Morris P. Tilley, chair-
man.
3. Discussion of reports submitted
Daily 2:00 - 4:00 - 7:00 - 9:00 with this call to the meeting:
a. Executive Committee, prepared
by Professor Ralph A. Sawyer.
b. University Council, prepared by
Professor T. H. Hildebrandt..
TODAY and FRIDAY c. Executive Board of the Graduate
TSchool, prepared by Professor Peter
6 Field
TEd. Senate Committee on University
TWO-MINUTE BRIDEI Affairs, prepared by Professor L. C.
But to a lonesome soldier ... Karpinski.C
this Broadway glamor girl e. Deans' Conference, prepared by
lent a year of happiness! Dean E. H. Kraus.
4. Report on Examination Sched-
l t ules, by Professor H. C. Carver
5 Proposal concerning course re-
ports, by Assistant Registrar R. L.
Williams.
6. Special order concerning the
Memoranda upon Retirement in re-
sponse to Professor Sanders' resolu-
I tion.
Student Organizations. According
to the lists now on file in the Office
of the Dean of Students, the follow-
ing societies are active for the year
1938-39:
Alpha Gamma Sigma
Alpha Lambda Delta
Alpha Omega Alpha
Alpha Phi Alpha
Am. Institute of Elec. Engineers
i' _ Armenian Students Association

Anti-War Society, Michigan
Art Cinema League
Assembly
Barristers
Cerele Francais
Chinese Society of Chemical
"- A *nwzioldayn Indutry
M Chinese Students Club
excew1Christian Science Organization
A WATR PIDGEON Christian Student Prayer Group
) D.e by H. C. Pontr Congress
SAEastern Society
-- COMING SATURDAY _ Engineering Council
Eta Kappa-Nu
Marx Brothers F, F. Fraternity
Flying Club, U V. o M.
"ROOM SERVICE" Galens
Gamma Alpha
_ Graduate Education Club
_- Graduate History Club
Read Daily Classified Ads Graduate Outing Club
Graduate Students' Council
Hillel Players
RED GATE PLAYERS
ighlights 4 lChinese Iheatre Arts
(in English)

Inter-Guild Council
Iota Alpha
Iota Sigma Pi
Kappa Kappa Psi
Kappa Phi
La Sociedad Hispanic,
Lawyers Club
Lawyers Liberal Club
Les Voyageurs
Mens Council
Metropolitan Clubs
Michigamua
Mortarboard
Mu Phi Epsilon
Nippon Club
Omega Psi Phi
Omega Upsilon
Outdoor Club
Phi Delta Kappa
Phi Lambda Kappa
Phi Lambda Upsilon
Philippine-Michigan Club
Phi Tau Alpha
Phi Sigma Society
Pi Lambda Theta
Polonia Literary Circle
Quarterdeck
Rho Chi Society
Robert Owen Cooperative House
Rover Crew
Sailing Club, Michigan
Scalp and Blade
Scandinavian Students Club
Scimitar
Sigma Delta Chi

Sigma Gamma Epsilon
Society of Automotive Engineer.
Student Senate
Suomi Club
Tau Epsilon Rho
Tau Kappa Epsilon
Technocracy, Inc.
Theta Sigma Phi
Toastmasters
Transportation Club
United Peace Committee
Varsity Glee Club
Westminster Guild
Zeta Phi Eta
Chi Rho Sigma
The University Bureau of Appoint-
ments has received notice of the fol-
lowing Civil Service Examinations.
Last date for application to be ac-
cepted is given in each case.
United States:
Dairyman-Farmer, salary, $1860,
Nov. 22, 1938.
Junior Dairyman-Farmer, salary,
$1500, Nov. 22, 1938.
Junior Engineer, salary $2000, Nov.
14, 1938.
Michigan:
Juvenile Probation and Parole Ad-
ministrator, salary $200-400, Nov. 15,
1938.
Petroleum Engineer, salary $150-
190, Nov. 16, 1938.
Laundry Worker, Salary $75-90,
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