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THE MICHIGAN DlAILY

SUNDIAY, fDEC. G, 1942

DAILY OFFICIALBULLETIN

SUNDAY, DEC. 6, 1942 University year of 1942-43 will be
VOL. LIII No. 54 held in Room 1025 Angel Hall. Mon-
All notices for the Daily Official But- day, December 7 at 4:15 p.m. The re-
etin are to be sent to the Office of the ports of the various committees have
President in typewritten form by 3:30 been prepared in advance and are
p.m. of the day preceding its publica- included with this call to the meet-
ion, except on saturday when the no- ing. They should be retained in your
tices should be submitted by 11:30 a.m. files as part of the minutes of the
December meeting. Since important
Notices recommendations from the Executive
" Fdculty Tea: President and Mrs. Committee willcome up for consider-
1uthven will be at home to members anon, a large attendance is desired.
f the faculty and other townspeople -Edward H. Kraus
)day from 4 to 6 o'clock. Cars may Agenda: 1. Consideration of the,
ark in the restricted zone on South minutes of the meeting of November,
niversity between 4:00 and 6:30 2, pp. 894-899, which have been dis-
.m. tributed by campus mail.
STs a2. Consideration of reports submit-
Student Tea: President .and.Mrs.ted with the call to this meeting. a.
,uthven will be at home to students Executive Committee-Professor P. S.
Vednesday afternoon, Dec. 9, from 4 Welch. b. Executive Board of the
6 $O'clock.Graduate School-Professor V. W.
Crane. c. University Council-Profes-
University offices and libraries will sor J, L. Brumm. d. Senate Advisory
e closed at Thursday noon, Decem- Committee on University Affairs-
er 24, for the remainder of the week. Professor A. F. Shull. e. Deans' Con-
ference-Dean E. H. Kraus.
Fraternities: The action of the 3. Consideration of recommenda-
ommittee on Student Affairs mcdi- tions from the Executive Committee
ring the requirements for.initiation ion.901-02). JxuiyeaCdmF b-
hould not be taken as meaning that ruary meeting of the faculty. b. Rep-
11 students who are eligible under etition of admission units. c. Fresh-
:e modification must be initiated man elections. d. Degrees-Combined
nmediately following December 10. Curriculum in Letters and Medicine.
he intention was only to make it e. Administrative Board. f. Credit for
ossible to have such initiations in military training on combined cur-
ase both the fraternity and pledge ricula. g. Credit for pre-meteorologi-
oncerned desired this arrangement' 'cal instruction. h. Credit for intensive
'he attention of fraternity officers is foreign language instruction.
alled particularly to the necessity
f conducting their .initiation and 4. New business.
re-initiation activities in accordance 5. Announcements. a. Special or-
7ith certain rules adopted by the der for the next meeting-General
ommittee on Student Affairs and procedure for the preparation of the
he. Interfraternity Conference sev- College budget.
ral years ago. These. rules provide: - -
(1) That there shall be no physical German Table for Faculty Mem
aistreatment of initiates, bers will meet Monday at 12:10 p.m.
(2) That all initiation activities in the Founders' Room Michigan Un-
1iall take place inside the fraternity ion. Members of all departments are
Louse, and cordially invited. There will be a
(3) That they shall be conducted brief talk on "Japanische.Personen-
a such a way as to avoid interference und Ortsnamen" (postponed from
with classes and study. November 9) by Mr. Laporte.
Committee on Student Alfairs-
-J. A. Bursley, Chairman Messiah Rehearsals will be held as
follows-
To the members of the Faculty C1- Choral Union in Music School Bldg.:
ege of Literature, Science, and the Today-2:30 p.m.
Lrts: The third .regular: meeting of Tuesday, Dec. 8-7:00 p.m.
he Faculty of the College of Litera- Choral Union and University Or-
tre, Science, and the' Arts for the chestra in Hill Auditorium:

At the State . . . At the Michigan*.. *
The master story-teller's most ex- With every promise of becoming
citing story of the sea, Rafael Saba- one of the best films of the year; 20th
tini's "The Black Swan," which has Century - Fox's "Thunder Birds,"
filmed. in b e a u ti f ul technicolor,
been translated into a rousing adven into the Michigan Theatre
ture film-retaining all the lusty tang today.
of the bock and looming more glor- The film tells the story of DOemoc-
ious, in its swashbuckling way, thanks racy's flying avengers, how they win
to technicolor, comes to the State their wings and sometimes lcse their
Theatre today. hearts in the process. Helping them
Starring Tyrone Power and Maur- to do this is enchanting young Gene
een O'Hara, the film features a cast Tierney who heads the cast. Presten
fully equal in magnitude to the rich- Fcter and John Sutton alho are in
ness of the story. the star studded film.
The film's story is known to vir- And here's an additional cue for
tually all. It holds al nautical tele- moviegoers who like action that's hot
scope, so to speak, over the whole and heavy; much of the action was
era when villainy wore a sash and filmed cn location in Arizona's famed
cutlass, and the only political creed Thunderbird and Falcon fields, with
in the World was love, gold and ad- cadets from 11 United Nations par-
venture. It tells the saga of the free- ticipating.
boaters, those bold seafarers turned The plot concerns the efforts cf
loose by greedy princes to waylay Foster to sprout wings on the burly
other greedy princes. shoulders of Sutton.

Thursday, Dec. 10-7:00 p.m.
Saturday, Dec. 12-2:30 p.m.
The Bausch & Lomb- Optical Com-
pany of-- Rochester, N.Y., cancelled
the representative's visit to the cam.-
pus for Saturday, Dec. 5, but will be
coming out in the near future. We
have received the application blanks
which they request be filled out now
in order to know how much time to
allow for interviews on the campus.
The openings .are in physics, chem-
istry, and mechanical engineering.
Both nien and women will be con-
sidered. If interested, call Ext. 371
immediately.
Bureau of Appointments and
Occupational Information
The RCA Manufacturing Company,
Inc., of Indianapolis, Ind., is sending
a representative Tuesday, Dec. 8, to
interview communications and elec-
trical engineers, mechanical, indus-
trial, and chemical engineers, also
physicists and technical writers
(physics or electrical engineering).
Interviews will be scheduled at 20-
minute intervals. Call Ext. 371 imme-
diately.
Bureau of Appointments
and Occupational Information

The University Bureau of Appoint-
ments has received notice of the fol-
lowing:
For Xmas vacation work--rush mail
handlers for the local railroad sta-
tions-Detroit.
U.S. Civil Service: Junior Inspectors.
Wage & Hour Division, Department
of Labor-Jan. 5, 1943-$2,300.
Further information may be had
from the notices which are on file
in the office of the Bureau of Ap-
pointments, 201 Mason Hall, office
hours 9-12 and 2-4.
Bureau of Appointments
and Occupational Information
The application blanks for the
Michigan Bell Telephone Company,
Detroit, interviews have been received
in our office. Women with appoint-
ments will please call for them im-
mediately. The Company's represen-
tatives will be here Thursday and
Friday, Dec. 10 and 11, to interview
Februafy women graduates. The
openings will be in district offices
which are located in the main cities
of Michigan. Interviews are being
scheduled at fifteen minute intervals.
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