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DRILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in The Daiy official
lulltlnb is constructive notice to an
&embers of the University. Notices
>r the Bulletin should be sent in
yipedrken form to the office of the
ssistant to the President.Room 1021
Agell Hall, by 3:00 p.m. on the dayf
receding publication (11:00 a.m. Sat-
VESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1947
VOL. LVII, No. 87
Student Tea: 'resident and
rs. Ruthven will be at home to
ident on Wednesday afternoon,
bruary 12, from 4 to 6 o'clock.
Users of the Daly Official Bul-
tin. Need of conserving space.
ake8 necessary the following an-
uimnements. (1) Notices of meet-
gs of organizations will be re-
ricted to the name of the organ-
ation concerned; day, time, and
ace of meeting, and name of
eaker and subJect. (2) Notices
r the D.O.B. must be typewritten
d 'should be triple-spaced for
F. E. Robbins
School of Business Administra-
)n Faculty Meeting: 4 p.m.,
iurs., Feb. 13, Rm. 110, Tappan
Honor Societies: A Directory
rd for each Honor Society.
.ould be filed with the Office of
udent Affairs at the beginning
each school year, listing offi-
rs for the current year. Any
"oup which is not so registered
r 1946-47 should register before
March 1. A form for this purpose
may be secured in Rm. 2, Univer-
E. A. Walter
Director, Office of Student Affairs.
Veterans: The attention of all
veterans is called to the recent
interpretation of Athe- Veterans.
Administration with regard to tak-
ing courses on a refresher, or any
The Veteran Administration
will make payment for tuitiont
supplies and subsistence only un-
der the following conditions:
1. The veteran must enroll in
the course on a refresher or credit
basis. Change of election regula-
tions for the school or unit in
which the veteran is enrolled will
govern any change of status from
credit to non-credit.
'2. The Veteran must do -all the
work required of the students en-
rolled in the course for credit, ex-
cept for taking the. credit exami-
The veteran pursuing educa-
tional training under P.L. 346 who
drops a portion of his course dur-
ing the semester for any reason
will have his subsistence adjusted
on a pro-rated basis. The case of
those who are in training under
P.L. 16 will be handled on an indi-
vidual basis by the Veterans Adm-
ministration official responsible,
for their records.
Payment for subsistence allow-
ance, charges against eligibility,
time, or payment for 'instructional
supplies will not be allowed by
the Veterans Administration on
courses requiring only 'attendance
at class without doing the work
To All Undergraduates of the Uni-
Eligibility Certificates for the
second semester may be secured in
the Office of Student Affairs, Rm.
2, University Hall, upon presenta-
tion of the last report of grades.
Rules governing participation in
Public Activities are as follows:
Participation in Public Activi-
ties. Participation in a public ac-
tivity is defined as service of any
kind on a committee or a publica-
tion, in a public performance or a
rehearsal, or in holding office or
being a candidate for office in a
class or other student organiza-
tion. This list is not intended to be
exhaustive, but merely is indica-
tive of the character .and scope of
the activities included.
Certificate of Eligibility. At the
beginning of each semester and
summer session every student
shall be conclusively presumed to
be ineligible for any public activity
until his eligibility is affirmative-
ly established by obtaining from
the Chairman of the Committee on
Student Affairs, in the Office of;
Student Affairs, a Certificate of
Eligibility. Participation before the
opening of the first semester must
be approved as at any other 'time.
Before permitting any students
to participate in a public activity
(see definition of Participation
above), the chairman or manager
of such activity shall (a) require
each applicant to present a certifi-
cate of eligibility, (b) sign his ini-
tials on the back of such certifi-
cate and (c) file with the Chair-
man of the Committee on Student
Affairs the names of all those who
have presented certificates of eli-
gibility and a signed statement to
exclude all others from participa-
tion. Blanks for the chairmen's
lists may be obtained in the Of-
fice of Student Affairs.
Certificates of Eligibility for the
first semester shall be effective
until March 1.
Probation and Warning. Stu-
dents or probation or the warned
list are forbidden to participate in
any public activity.
Eligibility,'First Year. No fresh-
man in his first semester of resi-
dence may be granted' a Certifi-
cate of Eligibility.
A freshman during his second'
semester of residence, may be
granted a Certificate of Eligibility
provided 'he has completed 15
hours or more of work with (1) at
least one mark of A or B and with
no mark of less than C, or (2) at
least 2%Yr times as many honor
points as hours and with no mark
of E. (A-4 points, B-3, C-2, D-1,
Any student in his first semes-
ter of residence holding rank
above that of freshman may be
granted a Certificate of Eligibil-
ity if he was admitted to the Uni-
versity in good standing.
On Retire ment
Board Gives Scroll
At DiherA Meeting
A scroll honoring his long rec-
ord oftservice for the Union was
presented to retiring Dean 'of Stu-
dents Joseph A. rBursley by the
Board of Directors at a dinner
meeting last night.
The scroll, signed by all the
present Board members, pays trib-
ute to lean Bursley's part in "vis-
ualizing, organizing, financing and
maintaining the functions and
ideals of the Union." The tribute
salutes him "as a man and associ-
ate and as the holder of the Uni-
versity of Michigan Union Life
Membership Number One."
The Union organization was in-
corporated in 1904. Three years
later, Dean Bursley became a
member of the Union Board as
faculty representative, and later
served as financial secretary. In
1915, he hcaded the million dollar
campaign to raise funds for the
present Union building. After the
money had been raised he was
made chairman of the building
The scroll recognizes his "keen
perception and sound judgment,"
and his "untiring efforts devoted
to the work of the various Com-
mittees and Boards of the Michi-
gan Union." The meeting last
night, the last one at which Dean
Bursley will be present, also mark-
ed the liquidation of the outstand-
ing bonded indebtedness of the
Student Affairs Office Opens
With Dean Walter In Charge
By NATALIE BAGROW
The new Office of Student Af-
fairs is a busy place these days.
but its director, Dean Erich A.
Walter, seems to be enjoying every
minute of his work.
Appointed by the Regents last
July to succeed Dean of Students
Joseph A. Bursley, Dean Walter
assumed his new duties last week.
Associate director of the new
office is Walter B. Rea, formerly
Assistant Dean of Students.
The functions of the office
have not been radically changed,
since the change in title was made
simply for the purpose of more
definitely defining its duties and
to coordinate more fully than
heretofore the University admin-
istrative responsibilities related to
student extracurricular interests
Several important functions
have been added to the Office of
Student Affairs, which include
several duties heretofore admin-
istered by units elsewhere on the
Dean Walter will assume re-
sponsibility for the direction of the
educational and counseling pro-
Now at 115 West Liberty
grams of the Residence Halls for
men in an expanded field of work
which will call for the promotion
of closer integration of dormi-
tory life with the overall educa-
tion plans of the University. I
The administration of the Re-
gents-Alumni Scholarships will be
placed in the Office of Student
Affairs, as well as the supervision
of other University scholarships
which are not specifically within
the jurisdiction of the particular
schools and colleges.
The Veterans Service Bureau
will be integrated as a subdivision
of the new office, which will also
provide general administrative
liaison with all organizations con-
cerned with student interests and
Will Be Given
A .Beethoven and Tchaikovsky
progriim will be presented by the
Detroit Symphony Orchestra, con-
ducted by Karl Krueger, in the
eighth concert of the Choral Un-
ion Series at 8:30 p.m. Monday in
Founded about thirty years ago
by Weston Gale, the organization
was developed under Ossip Gabri-
lowitsch, the conductor-pianist,
and it appeared frequently in Ann
After the death of Gabri-
lowitsch, the orchestra was led for
several years by guest conductors
and declined in importance. It was
rejuvenated by Kreuger. who came
to Detroit from Kansas City three
sis and the Educatic
of the University"
theme of the Brother
Table to be held at E
row at Lane Hall.
Dean Hayward K
launch the discussic
Rev. John Burt, Epis
dents' chaplain, Ra
Lymon, of Hillel Four
Frank J. l'cPhilli,
chaplain, and Rev. He
the Lutheran StudE
tion, will also part
panel will be followed
of general discussion.
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More business has been done
this semester by the Student Book
Exchange, since its Feb. 4 opening,
than was done all during the fall
semester, according to Ken Bis-
sell, director of the student-run
To continue doing this "land-
office" business, the Exchange can
use student volunteers willing to
work three or more hours weekly.
Women can earn League credits
The exchange will continne to
operate all semester on the second
floor of the League, its hours be-
ing from 9 to 12 a.m. and 1 to 5
p.m. until Feb. 19, after which it
will be open only in the afternoon.
Veterans' requisitions are being
accepted at the Exchange. More
copies of the following texts can
be sold through its facilities, since
they are in demand:
Barlow's "Basic Spanish,"
Turk's "Spanish Review Gram-
mar," the Oxford Anthology,
Schinnerer's Beginning German,"
"Sixteen Famous American Plays,"
Webster's dictionary, Shull 's
"Principles .of Animal Biology,"
Holman and Robin's textbook for
botany, Christianson and Kirk-
patrick's "People, Politics, and the
Politician," and Shotwell's "Gov-
ernment of Continential Europe."
If receipts are large enough
after making the 10 per cent oper-
ations charge on each transaction,
the Exchange will inaugurate this
spring a new policy of rebates to
those students who bring in their
used text books for sale.
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Good Seats Still Available
uift to Imm and eloved
Prices-$1.20, $1.80, $2.40, $3.00, inc. tax
Delicious Midnight Snack
Miller's Box Lunch
Eligibility, General. In order to
receive a Certificate of Eligibility
a student must have earned at
least 11 hours of academic credit
in the preceding semester, or 6
hours of academic credit in the
preceding summer session, with
an average of at least C, and have
at least a C average for his entire
Unreported grades and grades
of X and I are to be interpreted as
E until removed in accordance
with University regulations. If in
the opinion of the Committee on
Student Affairs the X or I cannot
be removed promptly, the paren-
thetically reported grade may be
used in place of the X or I in com-
puting the average.
Students who are ineligible un-
der Rule V may participate only
after having received special per-
mission of the Committee on Stu-
Special Students. Special stu-
dents are prohibited from partici-
,pating in any public activity ex-
cept by special permission of the
Committee on Student Affairs.
Extramural Activities. Students
who are ineligible to participate
in public activities within the
University are prohibited from
taking part in other activities of
a similar nature, except by special
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