! t BUhIErD IcH!AR DA LY SUNDAY, AUGUST 16, 1931
Daily Official Bulletin
I Ola Ion In the Bulletn is constructive notice to all members
o W Uni V ualty. Copy received at the otce of the Dean of the
Bawr Sersloc until 3:30, excepting Sundays. 11:30 a.m. Saturday.
. ti 1
VOLUME XI SUNDAY, AUGUST 16, 1931 NUMBER 42
Diploma Fees: Students expecting to complete during the current
Summer Session the requirements for degrees or for teacher's diplomas
are requested to call at the office of the Secretary of the School or
College in which they are enrolled and fill out the necessary blanks
preparatory to the payment of the fees to the University Treasurer.
Examination Schedule: All students in the Colleges of Literature,
Science, and the Arts, Engineering and Architecture, and Pharmacy,
and in the Schools of Dentistry, Music, and Education who desire credit
for work done in the Summer Session will be required to pass examina-
tions at the close of the session according to the following schedule:
Hour of I |I I
Recitation I 8 I 9 I 10 I 11
Time of I Thursday I Friday I Thursday I Friday
Examination I 8-10 I 8-10 ( 2-5 } 2-4
Hour of j j All other
Recitation 1 1 ( 2 I 3 I hours
Time of ( Thursday I Thursday I Friday I Friday
Examination I 4-6 I 10-12 I 10-12 I 4-6
Credit Coupons: In the Graduate School, in the Colleges of Litera-
ture, Science, and the Arts, and in the School of Education and of Busi-
ness Administration credit for work done during the Summer Session
will be recorded and credit coupons mailed in strict accordance with the
blanks on file in these offices. Students should make sure that their
election cards and the addresses on their coupons agree with the facts.
Students in the Colleges of Engineering and Architecture, and of
Pharmacy, in the Medical School, and in the School of Music desiring to
be notified of the results of the examinations should leave addressed
and stamped envelopes in their respective offices.
T his Story Is Upside
Down, People; Sorry
*auotdaia y uE3TJaIXv
put «'g oooao-ej., u13a1xItu'ulao
-!Jiltu1V Muuor 'TEJ1A ~JOA M'S
',R paplo3ul 0A& i.o quTod v dn sans
-sI "s;ulod E Inoqg3 pauTlh2uetuIgs'sa
pun llEi uoJTOu UUl anssT i si Uqu
spints 2uluslund aqoq opies st io
-Elaado 4uounoad V squod g2u
-u1 ' nilu lu 'e i m eSUD '1'r
,quaxeddtE sEm sJOaJifb OATn1fl~oads
ul 2ulaj aaggo~.aq 4nq 'Oa!lsnPuoouT
pun aaO~Evam sE& smau ssetilsng
E o4 T Inoqe jo supeB jau snoxtuinu
Wulm 2uTlso ' pIemdf l Sxua2
panuq;uoa saolad qnq '2upi1e4jT od
pua-49oo& Sq saul4 4v papadi!sum~
O3utEIOauE4t piE pug wn~l. As
-sOIx251ssal MutImaos exmliMsng
*8g Klnr Ga~EJ pu~Papl lst paonlpaa
pOflilf9114 0ouT5 5501 0tu4 jo 1W
aill uT sjOelaoI 031c1punoj Sepo4 4a4
-l~ul 3[3O tT 04saI4t1aa L4 Jo 0solo
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN-
One of the oldest and most beauti-
ful traditions here is the custom,
when Summer Session comes to an
end, of saying, "Well, that's over."
THROW YOUR VOICE!
Comprehensive Examination for the Teacher's Certificate: A com-
prehensive professional examination required for the Teacher's Certifi-
cate will be given in the Auditorium of the University High School
today from 9 to 12 o'clock.' All students expecting to secure
the Teacher's Certificate at the end of the Summer Session are
required to take this examination. Full details respecting the nature
and procedure of this examination can be had from the Recorder,
School of Education, Room 1437 University Elementary School.
C. Q. Davis, Secretary
Faculty Concert: Professor Guy Maier, Pianist, assisted by Romine
Hamilton, Violinist, and members of his piano class will give two re-
citals in Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre as follows, to which the general
public will be admitted by ticket. On account of the limited seating
capacity of the auditorium, tickets have been prepared and will be
given out at the office of the School of Music so long as the supply
lasts. Not more than two tickets will be given to any one person.
Monday, August 17, 8:15 "A Musical Journey in Austria and Bavaria,"
Guy Maier, Lecturer and Pianist, assisted by Romine Hamilton, Violinist.
Illustrated with lantern slides and music by Mozart, Brahms and Johann
Tuesday, August 18, 8:15. 1. Debussy's Ballet "La Boite a Joujoux"
played and told by Guy Maier with colored slide illustrations. 2. "Wan-
dering with Schubert in Austria" with slide illustrations. Music by Schu-
bert. Evelyn Swarthout, Harold Gelman, Roland Dittl and Stanley
Fletcher, pianists. Charles A. Sink
Phi Delta Kappa-The last luncheon of the summer series will be
held at the Michigan Union Tuesday, Aug. 18 from 12 to 1. The speaker of
the day will be Prof. C. L. Clarke of Lewis Institute, Chicago. All mem-
bers are especially urged to be present.
To All Students Having Library Books: 1. Students having in their
possession books drawn from the University Library are notified that
such books are due Monday, August 17, before the impending examina-
2. Students who have special need for certain books between August
17 and 21 may retain such books for that period by applying for per-
mission at the office of the Superintendent of Circulation on or before
3. The names of all students who have not cleared their records at
the Library by Wednesday, August 19, will be sent to the Recorder's
Office, where their credits will be held up until such time as said re-
cords are cleared, in compliance with the regulations of the Regents.
Wm. W. Bishop, Librarian
A Dinner for former Albion College students will be held at the
Women's League, Monday night at 6:30. Reservations may be made by
How would you like to be able
to throw your voice? Gosh!
Have fun with the grown-ups?
Jiminy! Fool people-make
cries come from a trunk, a closet,
and old rainbarrel that has been
deserted and untenanted for
,sue ...,.. . .,.a. ... _ ......., ___
(Just put this between your
Our marvelous little contrap-
tion, the ventricle, enableskyou
to cast your voice, just like in
Write: THE GEE WHIZ GOSH-
AMIGHTY JIM DANDY NOVEL-
TY CO., Racine, Wis.
802 Packard Street
12 to 3-5:30 to 8
Fried Chicken, Country Style
calling 9617 before Monday noon.
gia, around Aug. 23.
Beauty is Fleeting-but a Joy Forever
TRIP TO CANADA-Ging to Sas-
katoon, Sask. 'August 23-Room
for one. Your share cost will
amount to $15. Returning Sept
17. See S. M. Bell, Mich. nUino,
FOR RENT-Excellent accomoda-
tion, for man student. No other
roomers. 1120 East Ann St. 5547.
-Newspaper fillers are very silly
Three-Size 8x10 inches ..........
A SQUARE DEAL ALWAYS AT
W A R'S