THE MICHIGAN DAILY
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University.
Copy received at the officeof the Summer Session until 3:30 p.m:; 11:00 a.m. Saturday
SUNDAY, OCT. 1, 1939
VOL. L. No. 7
To The Members of the Faculty of
the College of Literature, Science, and
The first regular meeting of the
Faculty of the College of Literature,
Science, and the~ Arts for the aca-
demic session of 1939-1940 will be
held in Room 1025 Angell Hall. on
Monday, Oct. 2, at 4:10 p.m. A full
attendance is desired.
1. Consideration of the minutes of
the meeting of June 5, 1939.
2. Introduction of new members of
3. Election of:
a. Panel of six persons, from which
two are to be appointed to member-
ship on the Executive Conimittee by
b. Three members to the Library
4. Consideration of the mimeo-
graphed reports of:
a. Executive Committee, prepared'
by Professor Ralph A. Sawyer.
b. Executive Board of the Gradu-
ate School, prepared by Professor
Louis I. Bredvold.
c. Deans' Conference, prepared by
Dean Edward H. Kraus.
5. Consideration of oral reports on:
a. Administrative Board, by As-
sistant Dean Erich A. Walter.
b. Academic Counselors, by Assis-
tant Professor Arthur Van Duren, Jr.
c. Enrollment, by Registrar Ira M.
c. Enrollment, by Registrar Ira M.
d. Admissions with Advanced
Standing, by Assistant Professor
e. Summer Session, by Director
Louis A. Hopkins.
6. New business.
Edward H. Kraus.
Faculty, Sehool of Education: The
first luncheon meeting of the facul-
ty will be held on Monday, Oct. 9
(rather than Oct. 2 as regularly
scheduled) at 12 o'clock noon at the
Choral Union Merabers. Notices
of acceptance have been sent to the
following applicants for membership
in the Choral Union:
First Sopranos: Bertha F. Al-
krecht, Elizabeth Allen, Camilla J.
Ayers, Virginia M. Baumgardner,
Helen M. Beck, Hannah G. Belcher,
Harriet Ruth Bennett, Katherine S.
Bevis, Joan V. Bondurant, Lola M.
Bradstreet, Geraldine Braun, Leone
L. Chapman, Mrs. Jack Dendy, Lu-
cille L. Eberle, Barbara J. Fairbairn,
Nancy V. Fowler, Evelyn S. Fry, Irene
E. Hamilton, Elizabeth B. Harwood,
Fay Hootkins, Jean G. Hubbard,
Alwilda J. Kelly, Mary W. Kesler,
Mary M. Leighton, Helen L. Mac-
Laren, Helen H. Margoian, E. Lucy
Marshall, Margaret V. Martin, Jo-
Anne Morris, Dorothy I Munro,
Mary Roberta Munro, Helen M.
Nutting, M. Eileene Oberling, Edna
A. O'Connor, Beatrice M. Patton,
Irene E. Pearson, Carolyn I. Ray-
burn, Vera H. Ros, Jeannette Rose,
Helen Ryde, Anna Hope Schaeffer,
Vera J. Smith, Mrs. Stewart Tay-
lor, Ellen Harriet Was, Miriam West-
erman, Virginia White, Ethel Louise
Winnai, Eileen V. Wismer, Margaret
E. Woodruff, Gertrude M. Zuidema,
Jean A. Goll.
Second Sopranos: Dorothy S.
Amendt, Caroline J. Anderson, Mad-
eline E. Ardner, Doris E. Ball, Carol
E. Campbell, Betty A. Chaufty, Jean
E. Crawford, Ruth N. Ess, Aurelia
M. Erickson, Carolyn E. Fowle, Eliz-
abeth G. French, Rita Hart, Roberta
M. Hedrick, Betty R. Hileman, Chris-
Line E. Honeck, Lela M. Huss, Edith
Irwin, Esther L. Jewell, Betty A.
Krall, Dorothy V. Keene, Choon-Cha
4..ee, Lewella L. Lyke, Lillian S.
Mack, Jewel M. Maybee, Catherine
H. McDermott, Mary K. McSherry,
Irene Mendelssohn, Rosalyn L. Mil-
ler, Osna R. Palmer, Lonna E. Par-
ker, Mary E. Phelps, Mary Alice
Quick, Helen E. Ralston, Eliizabeth
H. Rundell, Janet Sargent, Cary F.
Schwab, Pauline Slavin, Marie E.
Snyder, Joan E. Stevens, Priscilla G.
Stockwell, Marjorie J. Taylor, Char-
lotte M. Tuite, Alfreda L. Walker,
Margaret A. Westing, Grace E. Wil-
son, Grace Tupper, Barbara M.
Zapp, Jean M. Zemmer.
First Alto: Grace E.' Miller, Meri-
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shirts 5c, Handkerchiefs 2c. All
mending on finished work free of
charge. Ace Laundry, 1114 S. Uni-
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PUBLIC Evening School Classes be-
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Ann Arbor High School. Business,
hobby,recreation and academic
courses are offered. Low registra-
tion fee. For further information
TUTOR-Wanted in physics 171. Call
collect for Maurice at Ypsilanti,
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RENT A RADIO
$1 a month
Few fine sets left
327 S. Main 523 Liberty
bah A. Leach, Betty K. Baer, Janet
Davis, Beulah M. Eddy, Eleanore
Aldworth, Celia Chao, Jean A. Long-
ford, Elizabeth J. Karshner, Helen
E. ;Roberts, Clara M. Wiederhoft,
Susan E. Kerr, Margaret R. Deinzer,
Betty M. Lombard, Dorothy L. Mor-
ris, Margery R. Mellott, Dorothy
Curtis Kinkead, Leanor Grossman,
grace Eager, Anna V. LaRue, Con-
stance E. Gilbertson, Evelyn. M.
Courville, Miriam Leaflang, Grace
I. Jones, Viola M. Modlin, Helen R.
Zeeb, Helen Westlin Elsie R. Litman,
Alta H. Woodworth, Betty C. Ram-
say, Betty Ann Nordman, Louise
Pauline Weidmann, Donna E. Baisch,
Virginia Clendening, Jean R. Eber-
sole, Dorothy E. Eckert, Hope B.
Eddy,. Catherine Ennest, Jean E.
Fairfax, Marion M. Hyde, Gladys K.
Kanfield, Sarah E. Lacey, Dorothy
M. Lancaster, Martha McCrory, Dor-
othy J. Sampson, Margaret C. Se-
crist, Maida R. Sharfman, Marianne
K. Smart, Vera W. Spooner, Forothy
Tyrrell, Ann D. Wehner, Helen A.
Weissman, Jean Westerman, Betty
J. Winkel, Doris H. Yoder, Adelaide
Second Alto: Norma C. Beach,
Maxine R. Bertuccii, Grace H. Blake,
Betty M. Burk, Barbara M. Cahoon,
Adelaide L. Carter, Betty Chandler,
Ruth Marie Chatard, Suzanne S.
Chilman, Ruth J. Cleary, Esther Col-
ton, Mary L. Cummings, Karwyn E.
Dahl, Janet F. Dickinson, Helen 0.
Dunlap, Mrs. E. E. E'wing, Jane
Fishbein, Winifred J. Flowers, Ada
Goldman, Geraldine M. Hartman,
Betty A. Hathaway, Mildred E.
Hayes, Estella Holtman, Eleanor L.
Hughes, Mary E. Lowery, Norma
Doris Malmos, Grace A. Matthews,
Doris E. McGlove, Selora G. Messing,
Laura Mohrmann, Violet Oulbegian,
Ruth H. Patton, Virginia Phelps,
Joan L. Reutter, Ruth G. Rogers,
Josephine M. Rouse, Katherine M.
Sarich, Dorothy E. 'Shapland, Famee
L. Shisler, Mary Snedecor, June
Tienken, Hilda E. Van Alstyne, Sylvia
R. Wargelin, Melrose E. White, Flor-
cnce J. Young, Marguerite R. Zum-
First Tenors: Robert L. Burgan,
Franklin Dugan, John P. Edmonds,
Everett E. Ewing, Austin I. Fink,
3lenn K. Gunderson, Robert W. Hol-
land, Russell E. Jenter, Richard H.
Kauffman, Robert B. Lindberg,
Kenneth T. Marshall, Anthony S.
Mignery, Jack H. Ossewaard, Lewis
V. Pankaskie, Ira Pfeifle, Donald M.
Richardson, Erwin E. Scherdt, Jack
H. Secrist, Kennedy Slack, Erle L.
Steward, Joseph Barber, Charles
Jaslow, Robert G. Dimler, Richard
C. Weatherwax,. Robert C. Werner.
Second Tenors: William N. Bar-
nard, Harmon Bayer, Donald D.
Dickinson, Esmond W. Hall, Paul
R. Jones, Harold M. Levinson, Sidney
E. Little, Leonard D. Kurtz, Charles
L. Nord, Lee E. North, Robert G.
Parker, Maurice S. Reien, William
Rutherford, Robert B. Shanklin,
Vincent A. Vis, Gerald E. Wentworth.
First Bass: John R. Anderson,
James N. Bailey, Richard C. Baker,
Robert J. Brown, Kenneth Byler,
John F. Clifford, Francis J. Cook,
George F. Cox, Marshall F. Crouch,
Frank E. Fisher, Harold Fishman,
Bertram D. Gable, Tom Goodwin,
Gordon Haaxma, Ford V. Hauser,
Theodore W. Hildebrandt, Vahan A.
Kalajan, Karl Karsian, Horace G.
Jones, Myrle King, Robert P. Knee-
land, Edwin C. Kruth, Robert E. Lee-
son, Fred E. List, Earl O. Loessel,
Vladimir W. Lukashuk, Lawrence A.
McKenna, Walter T. McCoy, Jr.,
Philip Malpas, Gene D. Maybee, Ar-
nold L. Mignery, Robert H. Morse,
Harold Mueller, James H.. Penn,
Ralph D. Peterson, William H.
Presser, Gail W. Rector, Kenneth
L. Repola, James R. Runyon, Grady
Charles W. Spooner, Jr.,
H. Tucker, Bruce B.,Purdy,
Windsor, Chia-ren Yang,
STRAYED, LOST, FOUND - 1.
LOST-Shell rim glasses in black,
case. Bob Wagner. 2-2565.
ARTICLES FOR SALE ---3
ENGLISH BICYCLE - Almost' new
English bicycle for sale, speed con-
trols. Phone 8594. $25.
E. WASHINGTON-Newly decorated
suite with adjoining lavatory. Ac-
commodate 3; also newly decorated
double room with adjoining lava-
tory.. Steam heat, shower bath.
University' aproval for men. 422
S. DIVISION-Apartment .for rent.
University couple, graduate, or
business men. Phone 2-2352.
HAVE THREE ROOM apartment to
share with graduate student or
business women. Close to campus.
S O R EN'S'
Arrived Yesterd ay
From Ne York
Large Shipment of
Second Bass: Wendell D. Baker,
Thomas M. Brill, Donn M. Chown,
Lewis F. Davis, Arthur F. Draper,
Joseph E. Gardner, Wallace R. Grif-
fitts, Arno A. H. Heyn, Tom H. Kin-
kead, Frank B. Lamb, Cary E. Lan-
dis, James L. Merrill, John Schwarz-
walder, Stewart W. Taylor,.Jan Cyril
Touthwaite,. John F. Winne, Walter
W. Haberaecker, Richard Christl,
Varsity glee Club: The following
men will report for Glee Club re-
hearsal this afternoon at 4:30
third floor, Union. Bring eligibility
Sunday Library Service: On all
Sundays from October to June, ex-
.cept during holiday periods, the Main
Reading Room and the Periodical
Room of the General Library are kept
open from 2 to 9 p.m.
Books from other parts of the
building which are needed for Sun-
,ay use will be made availableintthe
Main, Reading Room if request is
made on Saturday to an Assistant in
the reading room where the books
are usually shelved.
Faculty, College of Literature, Sci-
ence, and the Arts:
Attendance report cards.are being
distributed through the Departmen-
tal Offices. Instructors are requested
to report absences to my office.in ac-
cordance with the rules printed on
Please note especially the regula-
tions concerning three-week absen-
ces, and the time limits for dropping
courses. The rules relating to ab-
sences are printed on the attendance
cards. They may also be found on
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VERY LARGE quiet rooms. Con-
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very comfortable for graduates or
business persons. Near bus. Phone
GRADUATE STUDENTS or married
couple, Attractive double room in
private home. Newly decorated.
Oil heat. Lavatory adjoining. Uni-
versity approved. $3 each. Phone
STADIUM-Master bedroom in quiet
new home. 1412 Stadium Blvd.
E. HURON-Furnished room for
graduate student, across from
Rackham Building. 909 E. Huron,
CAMPUS-Graduate student (male)
will share studio kitchen, shower,
telephone, etc. Phone 2-1885. 602
E. Liberty. Apt. C.
CAMPUS-1236 Washtenaw. Choice
single or .double rooms for men
in quiet modern home. Shower,
reasonably .priced.. Phone 7242.
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SAMS HOME LAUNDRY-Students
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