THE MICHIGAN DAILY
JTNE 28, 1932
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
University. Copy received at the office of the Dean of the Summer Session
until 3:30, excepting Sundays. 11:30 a. m. Saturday.
VOLUME XI2 TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 1932 NUMBER 2
Excursion No. 1-Ann Arbor and Vicinity. Thursday, June 30, 2:30
m. Summer Session students who wish to take the automobile tour of
nn Arbor's residence sections and river drives, and the conducted visits
irough the University Libraries and the Michigan Union, should make
servations in the Summer Session office, Room 9 University Hall, by
rednesday, June 29, 5 p. m.
School of Education-Changes in Elections: Changes of elections may
c made Thursday and Friday, June 30 and July 1, in the Recorder's Of-
ce, Room 1437 U. Elementary School. All changes must be made in this
flice in order to be official. Elizabeth B. Clark, Recorder
Automobile Regulation: The regulation restricting the use of student
ars becomes effective at 8:00 a. mn. June 27, 1932. Students who were
gularly enrolled during the preceding school year in this or other in-
itutions must obtain automobile permits from the Office of the Dean
Students before using their cars. The section of the registration card
hich was filled out by students wishing to drive cars does, in no way;,
institute a permit for driving privileges.
Summer Session Seniors: Literary, Music, and Architecture. Those
ho are planning on completing the work for their degree at the close
. the Summer Session should call at the Registrar's Office, Room 4, Uni-
ersity Hall, as soon as possible to have their records checked.
D. L. Rich
Summer Plays: The fourth summer session of the Michigan Re-
ertory Players will open Wednesday night, June 29, in the Lydia Men-
elssohn Theatre. The opening play will be A. A. Milne's delightful com-
ly "Mr. Pim Passes By." Announcement of the complete summer pro-
'am is made elsewhere in this paper. Tickets are now available at the
ydia Mendelssohn Theatre from 10 A. M. to 5 P. M. Patrons are urged
make reservations early.
University Health Service: Students of the Summer Session are en-
tled to the benefits of a very liberal provision for attention to illness.
tiis is provided by the Health Service located on North University Avenue
)posite the Museum. The offices are open during regular class hours
ntil 4 and 11 to 12 on Sundays. Students may receive attention in their
oms at any time by calling 23248.
Warren E. Forsythe, M.D., Director
English 181, History of American Literature, and English 211(h), Pro-
eminar in American Literature. Professor Gregory L. Payne of the Uni-
rsity of North Carolina will teach these two courses instead of Pro-
ssor H. M. Jones.
for preliminary announcements and for choosing a time of meeting for
regular class work. W. C. lOAD.
Astronomy 32s, Section II, eleven o'clock. McLaughlin. Attention
is called to the change of room as given in the Supplementary Announce-
ment. This section meets in room 1209 Angell Hall.
Graduate Students in Political Science Courses 51s, British Govern-
ment and Politics, and 65s, World Politics (International Relations) may
be taken for graduate credit upon consent of the instructor.
Philosophy 186s by Professor Cunningham will be held on Wednes-
days and Fridays, from 3 to 5 in Room 202 South Wing.
Hygiene 101 will meet at 3 p. m. instead of 8 a. m., in Room 20 Water-
Political Science 108s, American State Government, scheduled to meet
in 2215 A.H., Tuesday at 9, will meet in 2023 AH.
Political Science 135s, Local Rural Government, scheduled to meet in
2215 A.H., Tuesday at 11, will meet in 2014 A.H.
Reading Examinations in French. Candidates for the degree of Ph.
D. in the departments listed below who wish to satisfy the requirement
of a reading knowledge of French during the present Summer Session are
informed that examinations will be given on Saturday, August 6, from
9 to 12 A. M. in Room 108, Romance Languages Building. It will be
necessary to register at least one week in advance.
A preliminary meeting to explain the nature of the examination and
to offer suggestions for preparation will be held in Room 108, Romance
Languages Building on Thursday evening, June 30, at 7:15, and will last
about forty-five minutes. All those who intend to present themselves,
either this summer or later, are urged to attend. Their attention is like-
wise called to the courses in French numbered 1 to 71 which they may find
useful for further preparation or review.
This announcement applies only to condidates in the departments of
Groups I and III; i.e., Ancient and Modern Languages and Literatures,
History, Economics, Sociology, Political Science, Philosophy, Education.
C. A. Knudson
theatre, West Medical Building. Open to the public.
Socialist Club: The first summer meeting will be held in the Michi-
gan Union at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday e-ening. For room number see bulle-
tin board in lobby. A discussion on "Eo We Need a Third Party?" will be
led by Wayne Erickson, a graduate sti (dent in history, who will also an-
alyse the history of third party moven entsdin this country. All thinking
students invited regardless of political creed.
Phi Delta Kappa: The first regular summer luncheon will be held
at the Union today at 12:15. Dean Etimonson will speak.
Michigan Dames Meeting--Eight o'clock, Tuesday evening, at the
Employment Notice: Mr. Wrobbel of the Non-Glare Reflector Co.,
Detroit, Michigan, will be at the Michigan Union, Room 302, on Wednes-
day, June 29, between the hours of 9:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., to interview
students who are interested in work for this summer.
J. A. Bursley, Dean of Students
Chemical Engineers. All students registering in Ch.E. 12. 41, 43, 45,
53, 54, or for thesis or dissertation, or any other form of research work,
are to meet with the Summer Session staff of the Department today at
4 P. M. in room 3201 E. Eng. Bldg. This is extremely important.
Mail is being held in the office of the Summer Session, Room 9 Uni-
versity Hall, for the following:
F. W. Anderson, 12-E; T. H. Argan, H. T. Avey, John B. Clark, John
Cronin, R. A. Emberger, Harry A. Hanson, T. J. Mathews, Mario Moreno,
Earl Nishimoto, (Research student) ; R. W. Nye, Chas. A. Reinke, Stevens
S. Sanderson, Vern I. Schuman, J. F. Phoney Smith, Henrik Hafser, Law-
rence Stewart, Katharine Trumbull, Ted Wagner, Stewart Way and Ray
Civil Engineering 30s. Meets Mondays and Wednesdays, one to three.
Social Dancing Classes: Faculty and students are invited to enroll
in social dancing classes Monday, Wednesday 7:30-8:30. Barbour gym.
First lesson tomorrow. Six lessons $1.50.
Students who are not receiving copies of Daily call Daily office
(2-1214). If living outside regular delivery routes arrangements may be
made for mailing or for daily receipt of copies at office.
Man y Women' s
A large variety of recreational
sports outside the credit courses are
being offered during the Summer
Session by the department of physi-
cal education for women, it was an-
nounced yesterday by Dr. Margaret
Bell, head of the denartment.
Tennis, golf, swimming, tap danc-
ing, archery and riding it was said.
may be elected by women students
for recreational purposes. Those
wishing to enter these classes are
asked to register at Barbour gym-
nasium between the hours of 8 and
12 or 1 and 5 o'clock. Allclasses will
start work on Wednesday.
Weekly swimming picnics and
hockey games, popular last year, will
be repeated this summer, beginning
next week. The Union pool will be
open for women each Tuesday and
Thursday from 7:30 to 8:30 o'clock.
A fee of twenty-five cents a swim
will be charged.
Women entering any of the activ-
ity classes must get an approval slip
from the health service and a lock-
er stub from the treasurer's office.
A fee of one dollar is charged for
locker, towel and shower services. All
women students are invited to enter
the hockey games held this week in
connection with the special sport
session. The games will be played
on Tuesday, Thursday and Satur-
day evenings at 7:30 o'clock. Hilda
Burr, noted English hockey coach,
will be in charge.
Summer Session Symphony Orchestra.
University who play orchestral instruments.
ments furnished. No fees for instruction
MTWTh at 2:00 in Morris Hall.
Open to all students of the
A limited number of instru-
or instruments. Rehearsal
Vocal Materials For Junior And Senior High Schools. Morris Hall,
Tuesday, 7:00 to 8:00 P. M. A mixed chorus open to all students of the
University who care to sing. No fee is charged. David Mattern
Art Exhibition: A small collection of water colors, prints, and etch-
chings, all by Assistant Professor Valerio, is now hung in the ground floor
corridor cases of the Architectural Building. It may be seen daily from
9:00 to 5:00, excepting Sundays.
Members of the Summer Session Faculties: Please notify the attend-
ants in charge of the Engineering Libraries of any changes in textbooks,
or any reference books which should be placed upon reserve, there, for
your courses. W. W. Denton
Visiting Members of Summer Faculty: The Ann Arbor Golf Club of-
fers to visiting members of the faculty a special membership for $15.00
entitling them to the privileges of its golf course, tennis courts, and club
house during the period of their stay in Ann Arbor. Requests for such
membership may be addressed to Professor John B. Waite, Law School
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Physics: Professor Gregory Breit of New York University will lecture
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Political Science 108s (American State Government) will meet in 2215
., Tuesday at 9.'
Political Science 135s (Local Rural Government) will meet in 2215
3., Tuesday at 11.
Political Science 252s (Government and Politics of Germany) will
et in 2019 A.H., Tuesday at 10.
Civil Engineering 30s. I will meet the members of this class at 2
lock on Monday afternoon in Room 307 of West Engineering Building
organization and for choosing a time for the regular class work.
W. C. HOAD.
Civil Engineering 34s. I will meet the members of this class at 2:30
lock on Monday afternoon, in Room 307 of West Engineering Building,
1. 4:00-Dr. G. A. Auden, "School
Medical Service in England," west
amphitheatre, West Medical build-
2. 5:00--Dean Samuel T. Dana.
"Our National Forests," Natural
The Women's Education Club will
meet for organization Wednesday
evening, June 9, at 7:15 in the
Alumnae Room of the Michigan
League. All women interested in
education are invited to attend
these meetings. Cleo Murtland
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ice: Dr. G. A. Auden of Birmingham,
England, will lecture on School Med-
ical Service in England on Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday, June 28,
29 and 30, at 4 P. M., West Amphi-
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