(11:30 a. m. Saturdays.)
nittee, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
leeting of this Committee in the Dean's office Friday
4:10 p. m. JOHN R. EFFINGER.
.t 4 p. m. in Room 212 Chemistry building.,
C. H. STOCKING,Secretary.
able to meet these' classes on Friday, March 3.
1equired Medical Examination:
ce of the Deans held March 1 it was agreed that in the
who do not submit themselves to the medical examination
:s, by their action of April 29, 1921, have required of all
oward a degree gained in the year in which the delinquen-
1 be withheld until the delinquent has complied with the
F.' E. ROBBMNS.
News of the Day
Washington, March 2.-Examination
of two .of the three offers for private
lease, operation, and completion of
the government's projected properties
at Muscle Shoals was virtually com-
pleted today by the house 'military
committee. Itwastannounced that the
last offer before the committee for
consideration would be taken up to-
morrow, and that investigation of the
proposals of Henry Ford and the Ala,-
bama Power company. had been prac-
The committee excused Thomas W.
Martin, president of the Alabama Pow-
er company, from further testimony.
Representatives of Mr. Ford-and the
company were accorded the privilege
of reappearing' if they desired to bring
Schenectady, N. Y., March 2-Sche-
nectady has a modern Jove who sits
on his throne in a laboratory of the
General Electric company and hurls
threats at will. He is Professor
Steinmetz, electrical wizard, who an-
nounced today that he had succeeded
in producing and controlling an rin-
door thunderstorm with all the char,
cept the thunder clouds.
Dr. Steinmitz hoped his apparatus
will contribute largely to the develop-
ment of lightning arresters as it pro-
vides for the study at close range of
the phenomenon. His experiments
have convinced him. however, that
there is little likelihood of man real-
izing his dream of harnessing his
thunderbolts and making them work.
Moscow, March 2. - The central
committee of the Socialist revolution-
ary party, together with a number of
the active members of the party, who
for a long time have been in the "Che-
ka" prisons, will be handed over to
the revolutionary tribunal for trial.
Theyare charged with having been
involved with having been. in the plots
of 1917 and 1918 with intent of assass-
inating Lenine, Trotsky, and other
ALL THIS WEEK
February 27-28. March 1-4 - 7:30
209 EAST WASHINGTON
"Columbia" was the subject of the its present system of g
lecture delivered ii English by Mr. closing a stirring plea
Herrera last night before the Spanish a united western hemisl
society in Tappan hall. Mr. Herre-
ra who himself is a Columbian by Daily Want Ads Pay.-
meets An University
at Mimes Union the-
le class meets
" party at the
ss meeting at
nes Union the-
hein prints and orig-
s is on display in
y of Alumni Memor-
e architectural corni
lay of etchings of the
TO HOBBSIN HOLLAND
Cons iderable attention has been
arousedby the presence of Prof. W
H. Hobbs, of the geology department,
in Holland as exchange professor with
Prof. H. A. Brouwer, of Delft, who is
lecturing here. Following is an ex-
tract from the Nieuwe Rotterdamsche
Courant of Jan. 30, referring to Pro-
fessor Hobbs' first lecture in the
Technical High school.
"Professor Hobbs, one of the most
famous geologists of our time,. has
come to the Netherlands in exchange
with Prof. H. A. Brouwer, of Delft,
who recently left here for the Uni-
versity of Michigan.
"Since this is the first time such an
exchange of intellectuals has occurred
in our country, the Chief of the Divi-
sion of Higher Education in behalf of
the Minister of Education and in his
name delivered an address at the close
of Professor Hobbs' lecture.
"On this occasion' the American
minister, Mr. Phillips, with the secre-
tary of the legation, Mr. Hewes, were
also present, as were the curator.(re-
gent), Mr. de Vogel, the secretary of
the board of curators (of the univer-
sity) and several distinguished intel-
'22 LITS ELECT
W. W., Michaels and R. S. Peare to
Serve This Semester
William W. Michaels and Robert S.
Peare were elected to the Student
council as representatives of the sen-
ior literary class at the third regular
meeting of the class held in Mason
hall yesterday afternoon.
The program committee announced
that the senior programs would be on
display in Graham's window during
the early part of next week.
The program selected has a cover
of French grained leather with a cop-
per plate of Alumni Memorial hall.
Order blanks will be mailed out next
week. These must be filled out and
turned in before l1farch 20.
TODAY AND SATURDAY
J UST RECEIVED
Burchard and Inglis - Dental Pathology--
Noyes - Dental Histology--
DeQuervain-Clinical Surg. Diagnosis
Treves - Surgical Applied Anatomy
Wahr's University Book $t(
A Ta e of Fiery Love and Temp estuos
Wooing on the Spanish Isle of Mragdalene
A picture with the glamour of
Old Spain - its impetuouus
loves and the lure of the soft
moonlight nights on the ancient
tropical isle of Magdalena.
RNATIONAL TRADE IM-
el- MacClintock, of the
es bureau of foreign and
nmerce, delivered two lec-
students of the economics
and others interested yes-
in he afternoon and one
in the afternoon on the
)o We Want Foreign
t foreign trade was very
lthough only 10 per 'eent
d States' total commerce
hat 10 per cent is an im-
>r in these days of unem-
d over-production.. Dr.
gave many statistics, and
e belief that the great fu-
erican trade does not lie
erica but in the Orient.
on "Government Help to
,de" in the evening, the
>ld of the part played by
States bureau of foreign
c commerce in aiding for-
n: every possible manner.
hat it is to the advantage
ryas a whole to promote
ge world commerce, and
t every turn.
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Dancing girls and stately ladies
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Van Tyne, thead of
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ndia, April 18, ac-'
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re he will sail for
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nment to study the situa-
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>ole, of the physics de-
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lue to illness in his fam-
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