AY, JULY 1, 1927
THE . SI JMMFR MICHIGAN DAILY
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*DALY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Puiilication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received at the office of the Summer Session
until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).
Volume VIII FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1927 Number 6
To the 11emnbers of the Faculty:
The Board of Regents at their meeting June 17, adopted the following
rules for the reimbursement of persons using their own automobiles while
traveling on University business.
1. Any person traveling on the Univesity's account within the State
shall have the alternative at all times of using his own car with reimburse-
ment therefor in the amount of the usual common carrier rate between the
points covered by his journey. (When common carrier service is adequate-
ly available, the University cannot properly be charged more than a car-
rier fare. If the traveler desires to4use his own car for his greater pleasure,
his convenience, or other easons, he may do so, but the Univesity will re-
inburse him only to the extent of what it would have cost the University
for him to make the journey by rail, interurban, or bus or other common
2. When reasonably adequate common carrier service is not available
any person traveling for the University may use his own car with expec-
tation of reimbusement at the rate of seven cents per mile between the
points covered, provided always that the trip, at that rate, has been duly
authorized on proper requisition in advance, by the authorized Dean, or
other proper departmental official, or by the President or Secretary. The
rule of authorization in advance is not to be waived except in cases of
3. Charges for parking space (or equivalent garage storage) will be
allowed in addition to seven cents per mile, or common carrier fare.
4. Oly one fare or one charge of seven cents per mile will be allowed
even though the driver carries a passenger or more than one passenger
on University account. (Persons using their cars on University account are
reimbursed; they are not selling transportation to the University.)
5. Any person driving his own or another privately owned car while
traveling for the University, does so on his own account and not as an
agent for the University; he assumes all risk of accident to property or
persons, either of himself or others. (No person is asked to drive his own
or another's car on the University's account-he does so only on his own
choice or initiative. He may always use a common carrier, even though
it may be more expensive or though the route may not be convenient as to
time or location. The University can and does insure all automobiles owned
by the University, including public liability risks; it cannot possibly cover
such risks in the case of privately owned cars driven by their owners or
others, and for this reason it cannot and does not consent to assume any
liability whatever either for accident or injury to property or persons.
It must, therefore, be expressly understood, as above stated, that any person
driving his own car while traveling on official business for the University,
assumes all liability for accident, property, damage, or personal injury,
of any nature whatsoever.)
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary.
Summer Session Institute in Public Health:
The first Summer Session Institute will be held Friday and Saturday,
July 1st and 2nd, in the lower Auditorium of the Dental Building. Stu-
dents registered on the campus are invited to attend. Programs are obtain-
able at the office of the Division of Hygiene and Public Health, Room 2,
Waterman Gymnasium. N
John Sundwall, IL D.
Faculty and Students, College of Engineering:
Assembly for faculty and students in the College of Engineering, Friday,
July 1, at 11 o'clock, in Room 348, West Engineering Building. Dean
Cooley will speak. Classes scheduled for this hour will not meet.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
The Detroit Edison Fellowship In Personnel Administration:
Applications will be received immediately from candidates for the
Detroit Edison Fellowship in Personnel Administration the stipend of which
covers three years of enrollment in the Graduate School of the University
of Michigan. The recipient must be male, twenty-one years of age or older,
and have completed the A.B. degree or its equivalent. A transcript of under-
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graduate grades will be required. For informqtion see Professor W. B.
Pillsbury, Room 253 or Professor Adelbert Ford, Room, 250, Natural Science
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
Unavoidable changes of elections may be made on Thursday and Friday,
June 30 and July 1, in the Recorder's offile, Room 4, University Hall. A
change of elections slip must first be obtained from the Recorder's office,
and returned to that office only after the signature of the instructor whose
course is dropped and the signature of the instructor whose course is
elected are secured. Change slips not signed by instructors will not be
Membership in the class does not cease until the change of election slip
has been filed in the Recorder's office, and official notice sent tothe instruc-
tors. Verbal arrangements with the instructors are not official changes.
Florence :Mohr, Recorder.
Will those students who have recent text books for Shop 4 please call
University, branch 48 and leave their name and.telephone number? Several
books are urgently needed for the summer school class.I
0. W. Boston.
The University School of Music Orchestra meets Mondays and Wednes-
days at 3 o'clock at the School of Music Auditorium. Open to all summer
school students who play orchestral instruments.
Charles A. Sink.
Summer Session of the University High School:
The University High School will be glad to enroll in its summer session
children of students registered in the summer school of the University.
There are classes in French, English, Industrial Arts, Mathematics, Latin
and Social Studies. In general the work is limited to pupils in grades
seven to ten inclusive. All classes meet in the forenoon and there is no
It is believed that work with these teachers who have been selected
because of unusual scholarship, teaching ability, and personality should
prove one of the valuable offering to families coming to Ann Arbor for
the Summer Session of the University. Those interested are urged to
confer with Mrs. Donelson in the High School office.
Official changes in selection of courses should be made at the office of
the Graduate School, Room 1014, Angell Hall, on Friday, Saturday and
Ruth A. Rouse, Recorder.
Excursion No. 2:
Ford Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan, leaving in front of Angell
Hall, Wednesday, July 6, at 1:15 P. M., in special motor busses. The in-
spection, tour of the plant, including the main departments, will be made
under factory guides. The final assembly line, however, will inot be in
Students planniing to go must buy round trip tickets ($1.50) by Tues-
day, July 5, 6 P. M., in Room 8, University Hall. Those driving their own
cars may follow the party, if desired-or may meet it at the plant office.
Carlton Wells, Director of Excursions.
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