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Arts: All members of this committee
d ect51 t defi s F o F iwho are itersted in ushering for 60
IA strction In CA A Program ox" hch ill be given Friday, Oct,.13
20, and Saturday, Oct. 21, shoud sign $3
(Continued from page ) John L. Rubsam, '40L, Jackson; immediately on the listsnow on thei
w 4. ~ Robert 0. 'Smith, ~40E, Howell; Sam- 'bulletin board -in the League Under- 'tt
ricmk, N.. Joseph B. Diepen- uel R. Smith, '42E, Tulsa, Oka.; Da- graduate office. M
Eck, ,40E, Bay City; Keith E. 13x- vid.P. Spengler, '40,.Altoona, Pa.; 2(
40,Jackson; Edward F. Drew- Ros§ N. Stevens, '42E, Beaver Dams,° Special Rate n Leture Course 'ai
,ny, -'42E, TauntonMass.; Leigh N.Y;Joseph W. Straayer, .41E, Port- Tickets to Students: Students may
A. m,-4E, C-hestetonb;ne.; , 1- lald; Willard D. Tulock, '42E, obtain passes to the second balcony
IA. lele '42E3, Fowlerv110 i Thomi-Sehenectady, N.Y.;,,Edgar $. War-for $2(ight lectur~es). The demand jw
H. Gamon, .'42, Red Bank, aN.J.; del, F'4lE t1og Branch, N.J;;;Rob- for these. seats has been- so great hat t
~eeW. Geniesse, jr., '42E, Wash-erE.Wdo, 4ENwCaan the supply is now limited and thoseR
ton; Carl E. Guldberg, '40A, Sut- Conn.; John K. Williams, 140E, Wi- wishikg to purchase passes are urged S
Ls Bay;, John H. -Hiaigh, '40E, Chi- liamisville, N.Y.; Donald G. "Wilson, to do so at once. Hill Auditorium e
o;Myron .C.'.-Hall1, '40E, Buffalo; '41E, Dearornrnd Albert E. Wood, .box-,office hours are from 10 to 1nand Q
frd,. E. Hauenstein, '41, Long '41E,. Silver Cree, N.Y. 2 to 4. bi
16h.-, Calif. to___
tames W. Kehoe, '42BAd,,Wauwa- Capt. Knight Will Speak The University Bureau of Appoint- 'a]
a, Wis., Edward A. King, '41E,_ ments and Ocupational Infor ration
xre, .Y.; Warren. R. King,-'42E, CQ'apt; -Jack Kniglt,famous airmail has received notice of the following'
R± Rchelle NY.; Gorgevk. K, -pb, pilot, wll; speak rat 8:15 .m. today 'United States Ciil Service eamin-
3'&C,; Ypsilanti; James M.'Laffer- in the- City High Schol-audtorium, tions. The last date-for filing appli- 'pa
Grad., Kalamazoo; Malcolm J. Ypsilanti. Admission will be free, cation is noted in each case:
g, '40, Lakewvood,° 0.; Robert L. His- appearance-on the same -plat- Junior veterinarian, salary: $2,000, U
~ry SpcEEscanaba,;_Wiliam NM. form last "year as.a ,part-of .the -NAA Nov. ,6. P
ziin, '42E, Chicago; Jack S.,:Mr- program was canceled because of an Bureau ,of Economic Regulation, '
r;,049E Detroit; Virl D. Marshall, operation, :.-Hea Civil Aero. uthority: 2
Newpot.'V11 II, j - -- ~._____ _. Head analyst, salary: -$4,600, Nov. 13. T
r rt. Mcal 4E eea Principal analyst, salary: $3,800, Nov. d
Volney N. MVorin, '41, Chicago; DjAILY OFFlIC L13.1i
1l N. M6ortenson, '41B , Ann Arbor;TT Senior nalyt, salary: $3,00, Nov. 13. th
nar M.Newman, '40, Grand Rtap- - BULLETIN . Analyst, salary: $3,200, Nov 13. R
Le~oy B Pery,'42- Weste ____________________________Assistant analyst, salary: $2,60, Nov. 10
ves, "Mo.; f,- F. .Quick, "'40F&C, - EN - A~OCC 8 991
Imo,, Pa 'hoxa . , Q~eyPrincipal agricultural economist,
I, F.alint; Donsxald :M: Richardson, 4VOL.L.f N.21 salary:'.$5,00kNov. .13: «C.
Detrit; , Warren R. Robinson,Noie Senior,. agricultural economist, sal-
, -Ciao ay 460 No .:3.
4ToThe M11embers .of the University. Agricultural economist, salary: $3,- 'A
^Senate: Thelre will be.a'meeting of 800,: No. 13. - C
the Unxiversity Senkate on Wedtnesda, :Associate agricultural economist, S
Oct. °2, at 4:15 pm. in the Rackham salary, $3,200, Nov. 13.. - to
~ LetureHallAssistant agricultural economist, in
N 11 Lctrey. .. - - - 1 Y$2,600 ,,Nov. 13. C
Bronso40 pn-Tma Pizein eran: Curator..of sculpture, Smithsonian H
Vale $0, pen'toallundrgrdu-Inst. salary: $4,600, Nov .,13.
ate sudents in Grman of distntly Assdociate cuator, Smithsonian In- Mv
° ~~Americank- training. Wil be award- stitution, salary: $3,200, Nov. 13. J
ed,4on t, he =.esults of -a three-hour Nov. ,13;;..,- - .. L
Sessay, ,competition >to be held under-- - -- --
deprtmental #supervision in the lat-
* ter half". of March,-1940 (-exact- date -
Ito be announced -two weeks. in ad-
vance)- Cotestants Must satisfy the4
,- radir ,1 .. 1?rxa.°, ""heessay may
~ -. Each contestant will be free to choose
.V i his own, subject from a list ofat least
s130 offered. The list will cover sio ,Alx
Icters ink- thke development rQf Ger-'
' IMan -literature from :1750.to 4900,
! . Bch of wich willbe represented by
}..: a~st least five subjects:, Students who
w i to-,compete mutst be taking .a..,.
coutrse -n German 32-or above) °at
thie tim,.of; the ompetition..,They
n = '='should. register And, obtain directions
as soon as possible at the office of the
Oerman department, 204 University
" ~Hall.F
i ' ~~Ihillmps cholar-hips:., F)reshman :
Az ~students 'who presented four units of
E, Latin, with or without Greek, for ad-
I - A ir missioin to the University, and who
i' ~are; continiuing the study of either
10%G7 1 language, MAY comnpete'fr the Phil-Wy
. n lips 'Classical Scholarships. Awards
a .w t; will ble based on the results of an ex-2
WAL.TER CONNOLLY amination covering the preparatory
VERREE'TEASOALE work in Latin or-inboth Latin and Ej-14ISNO
JAME ELLSON Greek, as described in the bulletin on
tti~ EIli.scholarshpst, hielh nay.be obtained-
"^4 A1.RYN ADARMS In "R,qoni- , University Hall.- The ex -________________
> ftamiatd l be held this Year in - ._..
..NLI ANBR Room 2014 Angell Hall on Tuesday,
October 24, at 4:00 P.M., Interested
WALT DISNEY C ARTOON students MAY leave their namaies with
KT HE ,POINTE'R" Professor°W. E. Blake'."(2024 A. H3.) ".,.
PETE SMITI H'S or Professor J E. Dunlap (2028 A.H.).
6i& 11ALL TRIL'S' Ushering Committee.-of Theatre I
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lc- 3217 A.H. according to the following held -in Room 3231 A.1 A
r-schedule: Oct. 19,'7-0 pm4
e- American Lterature with Contin-
se, ental Backgrounds, Wed., Nov. 1, 9-12 Germ MakeUp Ean
G. a~m.- - (Continued,g n- Page 4
an; EnglishLiterature, 1700-1900, Sat, -
go' Nov. 4, 9-12 a.m.
-is English Literature, 1550-1700, Wed.,
-n- Nov. 8, 9-12 a.m.,
:lla English Literature; Beginnings to
,p x 1 5 a . o .1 ;9 1,J. Those expecting to take the exam -,
tra inations should leave: their names
gt, with Prof. N'i. E. Nelson, 3232 A&H.,
les, MW 3-4:30.
ta
'Psychology 34 38 and 42' Makeup
Examination will be held tonight at. SUR
7:30p~m inRoom 3126 Natural Sci-
ence Building. s
om'amin-ations for last semester-will be CR
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