U L Lty I
SDAY, MARCH 8, 1922
a meeting of the Senate Council in the President's office
lay, March 13.
R. W. BUNTING, Secretary.
Women who have been placed on warning or probation
e me during my morning office hours as soon as possible.
MYRA B. JORDAN, Dean of Women.
of the University and Mrs. Burton will be "at home" as
ay afternoon from 3:30 to 5:30.
be no conference of the Deans today.,
M. L. BURTON.
lontest Open to Undergraduates:
attention of all undergraduate students is called to the offer of a
$200 by Admiral Tsai Ting-san, through the magazine "Asia", for
essay on the subject "International Justice for China." Further de-
ll be given elsewhere in the Daily.
F. E. ROBBINS.
t Organ Series:
Hairy Russell Evans will give the following program at the recital
Auditorium Thursday afternoon of this week at 4:15 o'clock: Third
ly on Breton Melodies (Saint-Saenis); An Elizabethan Idyll (Noble);
in A major, Op. 65, No. 3 (Mendelssohn); Grand Fantasia in E Minor
ins). The concert will begin on time and the doors will be closed
the performance of numbers. No admission charge. Children will
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.
ment of English:
Department of English will meet for luncheon at the Union on
y, March 9, at 12:10 o'clock.
W. R. HUMPHREYS.
in Business Administration:
resentatives of the Bell Telephone System, including the American
ne and Telegraph Company, the Michigan State Telephone Com-
rd the Western Electric Company, will be in Room 106, Economics
, Thursday afternoon, March 9, at 3:30, to interview students with
e to permanent accounting, financial, investigating, and administra-
itions with these companies. Some fifteen or twenty competent and
nrg men are wanted immediately after graduation in June.
I. L. SHARFMAN.
al Eng neers:
A. P. Ball, Factory Manager of the Square D Company of Detroit,
ress the U. of M. branch of the A. I. E. E. Wednesday, March 8, in
18 Engineering building at 7:30 p. m. on the subject "Scientific Fac-
.nagement". The address will e illustrated. Anyone interested will
>me. F. D. JOHNSTON, Chairman.
-ae meeting of 'the faculty of the College of Literature, Science, and
March 6, authority was given for the offering of a new course in
Light, Shade, and Color, with special reference to stage lighting,
nay still be elected for one hour credit, or may be visited by those
d. A meeting for organization will be held today at 4 p. m., Room
sics Laboratory. High School physics is a prerequisite. The course
conducted as a seminar, with some lectures, reading, and reports,
ortunity for general discussion. W. W. SLEATOR.
Ot Engineers: -'
H. W. Miller of the Drawing 'De artment will address the Fresh-
Wednesday, March 8, 1922, room 948 Engineerlng building, at 11 a.
topic, will be "The German Long Range Guns" that shelled Paris
he late World War. All Freshmen entering for the second semes-
., 1922) will find their Mentor's name on the bulletin board at the
to Dean Cooley's office. ° This Assembly is important.
C. E. WILSON.
first Class Assembly of the second semester will be held at 11
n Thursday, March 9, in Room 348 of the Engineering building.
W. C. ROAD, Class Mentor.
4Y Make-Up Exainatmon:
examination for those absent from ysychology 7 and Psychology 8
ester will be held Thursday, March 9, in Room P 23, N. S.U
es 1, Make-up Examination:
examination for those students who were absent from the regular
e end of last semester will be held Saturday, March 11, 9-12 a. m. in
2 Economics building. F. M. TAYLOR.
,y Students, Economics I8-P:
class in Economics 38-P will meet at 3 o'clock this afternoon in
4 Economics building. F. E. ROSS.
preliminary contests will take place in room 302 Mason Hall, in the
ors-Thursday, March 9, at 4 p. m. (All Juniors Report).
.oxmores-Friday, March 10, at 4 p. m.
ors-Friday, March 10, at 7 p. m.
Contestants should report 10 minutes earlier to draw for plces.
sophomore, two juniors ,and two seniors 'will be chosen to enter
University contest, the winner of which will represent Michigan in
hiern Oratorical league contest to be hld in May at the University
branch of the A. I. E. E. at 7:30
o'clock tonight in room 248, engi-
neering building.; The talk will be
illustrated and open to anyone in-
Spaush 1I, 8 a. m. section has been
transferred from 401 South Wing to
209 University hall. It will meet
there from now on.
There Is an exhibition of Chinese and
Persian textiles in the architectural
corridor, Engineering building.
WAR DEBT CANCELLTION
"The welfare of the Republican
party in the next campaign rests
largely upon the question of cancel-
lation of war debts." Professor Clare
Griffin of the economics department,
declared at a meeting of Alpha Kap-
pa Psi, commercial fraternity,- last
night in the Union. "The arguments
for the cancellation are of two kinds,
economic and moral, and they both
point to opposite ends. It is only pos-
sible to pay an international debt with
goods, and if it were paid some of
our home industries would suffer tem-
porarily by the influx of foreign goods,
but that would be better than off-
hand cancellation which would be
eventually paid in taxes by the citi-
zens. "While England insists upon
meeting her financial obligations for
credit reasons, France would favor
our offer of cancellation if it did not
involve her offseting Germany's rep-
aration, which she will not do for pa-
triotic reasons. However, the moral
side of the question presents an en-
tirely different view. If the war was
fought for humanity and democracy
as we were informed by statesmen
during 'the past' few years, then the
Allied powers were fighting our war
until we joined forces with them and
we owe them for the time from 1914 to
Religious Education as Taught In
Courses Proves Popular
More than 150 students were pres-
ent at the second regular meeting of
the Institute of Religious Education
last night in Lane hall. The Institute
is being given under the auspices of
the Student Christian association 'and
will meet every Tuesday night until
Five courses are being given. The
class under the direction of Prof,
Brand P. Blanchardof the philosophy
department, 'on the "Hygiene of the
Spirit," has had the largest enroll-
ment. The other courses offered are:
"The Religion of the Prophets," Prof.
Leroy Waterman of the semetics de-
partment, "The Kingdom and the Na-
tions," Howard R. Chapman, "Relig-
ious Drama," Charles T. Webb, and
"Student Life in the Bible," T. M. Iden.
South Represented in Meet
Macon, Ga., March !7.-The South
will be represented in the intercol-
legiate basketball tournament at In-
dianapolis by Mercen university, run-
ner up In the recent college cham-
pionship tournament. The University
of South Carolina, the winner of the
tournament, failed to obtain faculty
consent to participate.
Has Strong Cast,
WeI ak Technique
(By Paul Watzel)
Written by students, acted by stu-
dents, directed by students - the
final product, University, of Wiscon-
sin's movie, "Not Responsible," which
was shown last night at Hill auditor-
ium under the auspices of the Union,
is an attempt in a field worth while.
While not the finished product that
is appearing at the local picture hous-
es, the student photo play showed
many good points. The cast of the
play was such as would do credit to
a professional film company, especial-
ly the leading women roles.
But, while strong in cast and capa,
ble of holding its own in sets, the ac-
tual filming showed signs of the ama-
teur. And in addition to this the plot
was one of the most obvious, the and-
ience being able to turn most of the
corners before the screen revealed
the secrets in "the hero's episode at
Taken as a whole, the photo-play
was worth while, and taking the cir-
cumstances under which it was pro-
duced into consideration, it was ex-
tremely well done.
Following the movie there was a
vaudeville act and a Harold Lloyd
SENATE READY FOR PPSITIVE
ACTION ON PACIFIC TREATY
Washington, March 7. - After a
preliminary lull the Senate's fight over
the four power Pacific treaty is about
to break in full fury.
Undersan announced program
of aggressive action *to bring the
treaty actively under discussion and
to expedite a vote upon its ratifica-
tion, Senator Lodge of Massachusetts,
the Republican leader, will address
the Senate tomorow and will chal-
lenge.opponents of the paqt to bring
their case to the senate floor.
Dr. *,H. P. Scott Convalesces
Dr. H. P. Scott, of the rhetoric de-
partment, who has been confined to his
home with illness, is rapidly recover-
ing and will be able to meet his class-
es beginning Friday.
Said a stude tie morning
after he had received his Michi-
"I haven't been up so early
in years but I didn't get half
through my 'Ensian last night
and I simply can't wait any
longer to finish it."
Don't forget to sign for your
Michiganensian, the greatest
college year book in America.
On the Campus Today
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OSCAR A. BROWN.
money from the sale of All Nation Vodvil tickets please.
tsuizumi between 3-5 o'clock Wednesday, March 8, Room
J. A. C. HILDNER.
,h East Indies:
afternoon at 4:15 Dr. H. A. Brouwer of Delft, Holland,
- in Geology, will continue his series of University Lec-
East Indies. His subject will be Volcanoe and Earth-
F. E. RQBBINS.
The world lost a great comedian and master by the death of Bert Williams but thai
Columbia records he will live on forever in the hearts of the American people. He was one
best entertainers that ever appeared on the American stage and one of the highest priced
tha$ ever appeared in vaudeville. He was an exclusive Columbia Artist. '
Here are some of his records. Let us play them for you
Borrow from Me
Bring Back Those Wonderful Days
Everybody Wants A Key To My
'S GOING ON,
ssor Talamon speaks on
onference in room 203,
Puse at Harris hail.
trs club meets in room
band practice In Unix
council meets at Union.
of Phi Tau club at Un-
7:30-Boxing club meets in room 206
8:00-University. Girls' Glee club con-
cert at Hill-auditorium.
8:00-Prof. H. R. Cross lectures on
"A Trip Through Italy," in Italian,
Alumni Memorial hall.
4 :15-Organ recital at Hill auditor-
7:00-Union freshman orchestra
meets in room 308 of Union.
7:15-Varsity Glee club rehearsal, in.
strumental section, at Union.
7:30-Gun and Blade club meets in
reading room of Union.
7:30-Meeting of the Round-Up club
Darktown Poker ClubBrtel Lo 'ow
Brotherly Low Down I
I Certainly Was Going Some
['ll Lend You Anything
I'1m Gone Before I Go
305 MAYNARD STREET
lay meets at
1 of precep-
all Flint men at
A. P. Ball, factory manager of
Square D company, Detroit,
talk on "Scientific Factory Man
ment" at a meeting of the U. o