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PAGE FOUR

THE SUMMER MICHIL . 4 DAILY

WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 1929

DA ILY OFFIIA BUdL LEIT I N ICI
Publicaton in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all mem-
bers of the University. Copy received at the office of the Dean
of thei S S i 9. il 3 3i A S dav s (11: -'Ina.

STUDENTS AT FORESTRY CAMP FILIBERT ROTH SPEND AFTERNOON

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Change in Lecture Title Title:.p
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The title of the lecture to be given in the Auditorium of the Natural of the La
Science Building at 5 o'clock this afternoon by Professor F. M. Roels afforded
of the University of Utrecht has been changed from "Temperament and FilibertF
Character" to "The Biological Significance of Puberty." ' Furibert
Edward H. Kraus Survey c
___ _ July 17.

STUDYING LUCE COUNTY SITE O1;F CONON96F,!
ed Swamp and Hardwood of McMillan demonstrated the
Where Actual Land varied types of swamp cover de-
rpping Is Explained lnenated by sharp lines.
- In the afternoon two represents-.
unity to observe the work tives of the Land Economic Survey
nd Economic Survey was accompanied the forestry students
the students at Camp on an area of mixed swamp and
Roth on a visit to the hardwoods where actual mapping
amp at McMillan, Mich., was explained on the regular sur-
vey line and a portion of the area
headquarters at 4:30 in mapped and described. The method
ing the foresters drove by o. taking sample plots, including
he Luce county camp and c .examination constituted a part

To Members of the University Staff:
The issuing of se-called "acceptances" for amounts of salary not yet

Leaving
the morn
truck to t

IIC LAND SURVEY GROUP PRIZE WINNING DESIGN
Miller, chief of party, and systems Fd
of recording data and progress ex- Frederick J. B. Sevald. Jr., 29A,
plained at a local rural school of Detroit, winner of the George
house which serves as the fled of- G. Booth traveling fellowship for
fPce of the Luce County crew. this year, was recently honored
The work of the Land Economic by the appearance of his prize-win-
Survey which has been under way ning design in the July number of
for seven years and which has al- Pencil Points, a journal enjoying a
ready covered seven of the north- wide circulation and devoted ex-
ern Michigan counties, is of clusively to the subject of archi-
peculiar interest to foresters from tecture.
the standpoint of land use for "A Municipal Boat House," was
limber growing and for raising the subject upon which all the
other forest crops such as fur, competitors submitted drawings.
game, recreation values and minor Provision was made for lobbies, re-
forest products. freshment rooms, dance hall, broad
Many students in the School of terraces, and a roof garden and
Forestry and Conservation find in- tower lookout, while the building
structive employment during sum- itself was situated on a small lake
mer months with the Land Econ- in a city park and was entirely sur-
omic Survey and sometimes oppor- rounded by water except for a small
tunities are open for work during bridge to the mainland.
a longer field season lasting from The Fellowship provides an in-
early May to early December. This come of $1,200 a year, enabling the
year the party frbm Iron county recipient to pursue advanced study
will combine later with the Luce abroad and helping him to estab-
county party in order to finish the lish a broader preparation for arch-
atter county before winter sets in. I itectural practice.

payable, has reached a point where it has been unfortunate in a numbeUa
of individual cases and has in general been carried far beyond the spent the forenoon in studying on ,f the mapping demonstration and
purpose for which it was designed, namely, to meet an occasional serious the ground the various classifica- a stream of questions kept the sur-
emergency. As a result the Deans, in conference, have deemed it best tions of land recognized and in- vey men busy for a number of
to advise the following changes in administration: ventoried by the survey. A side trip hours. Later the office work of
1. To meet shortages of funds which are most likely to occur at !into the great spruce swamp north the camp was taken up by C. E.
the beginning of the academic year, after the long vacation, accep-_
tances for the salary due October 31 will be issued on or after October Hindu-Chinese Student Dinner:
10, on application at the Business Office. Hindu-Chinese Student Dinner will be given at Fletcher Hall on
2. After the month of October, in any academic year, acceptances Sunday, July 28, at 7 p. m. Mr. J. B. Lillard, President of Sacramento
will be issued by the Business Office only on written recommendation of Junior College, Califorma, will speak. Charge 50c.
the Dean of the School or College in which the staff member's work S. A. Rahman, A. Chang
lies, or on written recommendation of the Head of the University division I
or group when this work lies outside a School or College. Faculty, School of Education:
It is hoped that emergencies may be met thus without hardship to There will be a meeting of the Summer School Faculty of the
any one, and that the habitual use of the acceptance-which is expen- School of Education in room 109 Tappan Hall on Monday, August 5,
sive and in general disadvantageous-will disappear. at 4:05 o'clock. All members - especially visiting members - of the
This notice is issued now for the information of any interested mem- Faculty are urged to be present.
bers of the University staff now in the city. It will be reissued at "the C. 0. Davis, Secretary
opening of the coming year.
Shirley W. Smith
To Members of the Faculty, Year 1929-1930: SUMMER STUDENTS
Academic annual salaries are paid in nine installments (the ninth j Secure Your Supplies at
being a double installment) on the last day of each month from October
to June, inclusive. Suggestions have sometimes been made that pay- .
ment of salaries in twelve installments would be advantageous. Last
year ten persons on the academic yearly payroll arranged with the
-Business Office to deduct from each of the nine salary installments ;
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such sums as, placed on lieposit in a separate savings bank account,
under the full control of the individual in each instance, accumulated
by June 30 to one-quarter of the annual salary plus interest, and thus 1111 South University Ave. M_ Block from Campus
provided the equivalent, plus interest, of monthly salary payments
during the three months of July, August, and September.
Faculty members wishing to make such an arrangement for 1929-
1930 will please call on the payroll clerk, Miss Edith Smith, or the assis-
tant, Miss Edna Geiger, in the Business Office at any time except during
the final four days of any month. Preparation of the payrolls during
this four-day period prevents giving attention to other matters.
Shirley W. Smith
Educational Conference: STATE STREET JEWELERS
Professor Luther Purdom, Director of Personnel at the University At Liberty Street
of Missouri, will speak at the Afternoon Conference held at 4 o'clock!r
today in the Auditorium of the Iniversity* High School. Professor Pur- Repairin Watchesdbewrln
dom's subject has been changed from "Recent Developments in Pre-
istration."* PECIAL ORDER WORK
Thomas Diamond
Women Students: - _ _ __ __

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All women students are invited to the tea in the Women's League
Garden this afternoon from 3:30 to 5:30.
Dorothy Woodrow
Teachers of French:
The second round table discussion will be held today at 4:00 o'clock,
room 108 R.L. All teachers of French are cordially invited.
H. P. Thieme

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