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THURSDAT, ISO V. 2, 1944

STUDENT DRIVERS:
Ban on Undergraduate Autos
Becomes Effective Today

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Students will not be permitted to
operate or drive in an automobile
after 8 a. m. today when the Uni-
versity ban on operating automobiles
goes into effect.
This ban has been in effect since
1927 and provides that no student
in attendance at the University shall
operate any motor vehicle.
Some Exceptions
This rule may be relaxed at the
discretion of the Dean of Students
only under "exceptional and extra-
ordinary" circumstances. The ban
is in effect during the entire school
year except during certain vacation
periods as announced in the Daily
Official Bulletin.
Administration of the ban is under
the supervision of Assistant Dean of
Students, Walter B. Rea. Under
special circumstances, applications

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may be made at the Office of the
Dean of Students, Rm. 2, University
Hall for driving privileges. Persons
applying must state the circumstan-
ces which make the use of a motor
vehicle necessary and follow these
regulations:
Regulations
1 Written consent of parent or
guardian must be filed.
2 Evidence of public liability and
property damage insurance must
be presented.
3 A driver's or chauffeur's license
must be presented from the state
in which the car is licensed.
In addition, students who are 26
years of age or 'older, part-time stu-
dents who are carrying not mo-e
than eight hours and those who have
a faculty rating of instructor or high-
er may apply for exemption from the
ruling. Exemption, however, is not
automatic and is granted only on re-
quest.
Professor's Wife,
Dies at Home
Mrs. Walter F. Hunt, wife of min-
eralogy department chairman, Prof.
Walter F. Hunt, died yesterday morn-
ing at her home, 1030 Baldwin Ave.,
after a long illness.
A graduate of the University
School of Music, '07, Mrs. Hunt was
a member of Sigma Alpha Iota, mu-
sical sorority, a patroness of Kappa
Delta and was active in University
organizations. As a member of the
King's Daughters, she was custo-
dian of hospital supplies.
Mrs. Hunt is survived by her hus-
band, a sister, a daughter, a son, and
two grandchildren.
INVEST IN VICTORY
BUY WAR BONDS & STAMPS

Prof. Ross To
Direct Rev ived
Symphony
Another old Michigan tradition has
been revived-the University Sym-
phony Orchestra, which like many
other campus organizations lay dor-
mant in 1943-44 due to the man-.
power problem, will hold its first re-
hearsal at 4 p. m. tomorrow.
Prof. Gilbert Ross, who conducted'
the University String Orchestra last
year, will serve as acting conductor of
the Symphony Orchestra, as Thor
Johnson, former conductor, is in ser-
vice.
The orchestra will perform mainly
standard orchestra repertory and
contemporary works during the school
year.
- All students interested in auditions
should contact Prof. Ross at his of-
fice, 606 Carillon Tower. Service-
men, as well as regular University
students are eligible.

Sigrid Schultz
To Speak Here
Author States Germany
To Fight 'War in Peace'

Miss Sigrid Schultz, noted radio+
commentator and foreign correspond-'
ent, will speak at 8 . im., Thursday,
in Rackham Auditorium under the
auspices of the Women's War Council
and the Michigan Alumnae Club of
Ann Arbor.
The author of "Germany Will Try
It Again," which was published in
1943, Miss Schultz stated her beliefs
that the Germans are preparing for
another war now and will do so in a
"war in peace." She stated that in
their language "the battle of the
Fifth Columns will follow the battles
of tanks and armored cars."
Tickets may be purchased at the
League and Union and at the book
stores.

The Ann Arbor Political Action
Committee urgently appeals. for stu-
dent aid in passing out handbills in
Union shops tomorrow.
Aid is also needed to finish can-
vassing Ann Arbor residents and ad-
ditional student aid will be urgently
needed on election day, Nov. 7, to get
people to the polls. Students anxious
to aid in this work are requested to
phone 2-1059 immediately.
Thus far registration in Ann Arbor.
has reached 18,500 and more than a
1,000 of the 3,600 soldier vote ballots
issued have been returned, bringing
the total potential vote to 22,100, an
all-time high.
GIBE TO YOUR
WAR .CHEST

PAC Urgently
Appeals for
Student Help

ANNIVERSARY:
Michigan Alumnus Marks 50th
Year with October Publication

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The Michigan Alumnus marked its
fiftieth year of publication this year
with the issue of its Golden Anniver-
sary number on October 21.
Over the years there have been
only six editors. For the last fifteen
years the Editor-in-Chief has been-
T. Hawley Tapping who is also gen-
eral secretary of the Alumni Asso-
ciation.
His predecessor was Wilfred B.
Shaw, '04 who held the position for
25 years and before that Shirley W..
Smith. James H. Prentiss, '96 pre-
ceded him.
First Editor
The first editor in chief was Alvick
A. Pearson, '94, who established the
magazine the fall following his grad-
uation and published it as a pri-
vate enterprise until late in 1897.
The General Alumni Association just
organized purchased the magazine
and took over.
When ,first published the Michigan
Alumnus appeared with sixteen
pages plus cover and without illu-
strations. In the first year of pub-
lication only six issues appeared, in
its fifth year ten issues were pub-
lished and it was not until the

DAILY OFFICIAL

BULLETIN

THURSDAY, NOV. 2, 1944
VOL. LV, No. 2
All notices for The Daily Official Bul-
letin are to be sent to the Office of the
Assistant to the President, 1021 Angell
Hall, in typewritten form by 3:30 p. m.
of the day preceding its publication,
except on saturday when the notices
should be submitted by 11:30 a. m.

versity Automobile Regulation will
become effective at 8 a.m. on Thurs-
day morning, Nov. 2. All students
who require driving privileges are
urged to apply for the same at the
Office of the Dean of Students, Rm.
2. University Hall, prior to Nov. 2.

Report d. Senate Advisory Commit-
tee on University Affairs-Professor
H. M. Dorr e. Deans' Conference-
No Report.
7. Oral Reports. a. Administrative
Board-Assistant Dean E. A. Walter
b. Academic and veteran counseling
-Assistant Professor Arthur Van
Duren c. Admission with Advanced
Standing-Assistant Professor Frank
0. Copley d. Enrollment-Registrar
Ir'a M. Smith e. Summer Session-
Director L. A. Hopkins f. Commit-
tee on Codification-Professor H. M.
Dorr g. Committee on Curriculum-
Assistant Dean L. S. Woodburne.
8. New Business
9. Announcements

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fortieth year that 6 issues became
the standard number.
192 Page Total
In Volume One of the Michigan
Alumnus there was a total of 192
pages but this has been gradually
stepped up until volume fifty con-
tairied 884 pages. The same increase
may be noted with illustrations for
the first volume contained only 18
and the volume just completed had
645 pictures.
Thirteen depositories of completely
bound volumes of all the issues of
The Michigan Alumnus are known
to exist.
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MISCELLANEOUS
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WANTED
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ALTERATIONS LADIES DRESSES,
suits, coats. Inquire about skirts for
sale. A. Graves. Opposite Stock-
well Hall.
WANTED: Rooms for delegates and
wives attending University Press
Club Thursday and Friday nights.
Nov. 9-10. List rooms with D. H.
Haines, 212 Haven Hall. Will pay
$1.50 per person per night.
LOST AND FOUND

Faculty, College of Literature, Sci-
ence, and the Arts: There will be a
meeting of this Faculty in Rm. 1025'
Angell Hall, on Monday, Nov. 6, 1944
at 4:10 pxm.
Reports of the various committees
have been prepared in advance and
are included with this call to the
meeting. They should be retained in
your files as part of the minutes of
the November meeting.
Agenda
1. Consideration of the minutes of
the meeting of Aug. 7, 1944 (pp. 1101-
1103), which were distributed by
campus mail.
2. Memorials: a. Raul Benedicto.
Committee: Warner F. Patterson,
Chairman, H. A. Kenyon, .J. N. Lin-
coln. b. Richard C. Fuller. Commit-
tee: A. E. Wood, Chairman, H. B.
Calderwood, A. H. Hawley.
3. Introduction of new members of
Senate rank.
4. Special Order: Resolution (page
1103)-Professor H. M. Dorr. Re-
solved.-That instructors of three or
more years' standing in this College
be permitted to vote in this Faculty,
and that the Dean communicate the
action::of the Faculty to the Presi-
dent of the University and to the
Board of Regents.
5. Elections. (Nominating Com-
mittee: Campbell Bonner. I.L. Sharf-
man, J. 0. Halford, K. L. Jones, A. S.
Aiton, Chairman) a. For the Execu-
tive Committee, a panel of six per-
sons to be elected by the Faculty to
be submitted to President Ruthven,
who will appoint from the panel:
Two members to serve for three years
to succeed Professors J. E. Dunlap
and D. L. Dumond, whose terms of
office have expired. Professor J. E.
Dunlap has served the full time of
three years, and Professor D. L.
Dumond, one year. b. For the Library
Committee, two persons to be elec-
ted: (1) One to succeed Associate
professor C. F. Meyer as representa-
tive of Group II, to serve for three
years. (2) One to succeed Professor
H. E. Nordmeyer as representative at
large to serve for three years. The
lists of nominees accompany this
communication.: These are your offi-
cial ballots; please bring them to the
meeting.
6. Consideration of the reports
submitted with the call to this meet-
ing. a. Executive Committee-Pro-
fessor T. H. Hildebrandt b. Executive
Board of the Graduate School-No
Report c. University Council-No

Notice to all Faculty and Staff
Members: New Tax Exemption cer-
tificates are required from every in-
dividual for the purpose of figuring
withholding tax on salaries begin-
ning Jan. 1, 1945. These certificates
must be filed in the Payroll Depart-
ment of the Business Office, Rm. 9,
University Hall not later than Dec. 1,
1944. Blank certificates may be ob-
tained either at Rm. 1 or Rm. 9,
University Hall.
Please attend to this at once to
expedite clerical work involved.
Issuance of Keys: On and after
Nov. 15th the Key Office at the
Buildings and Grounds Department
will be open between the hours of
1 to 4:30 p.m., Mondays through Fri-
days, and from 8 to 12 a.m. Satur-
days.
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