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Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays.
Volume VI THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1925 Number 62

Public Lecture:
Walter J. Lippmann of the New York World will speak on "The Moral
Problems of Journalism" at 4:15 P. M. today, in Natural Science Auditorium.
This is the fourth public lecture to be given in connection with Professor
Kirsopp Lake's seminar on "The Moral Issues of Modern Life," under the
auspices of the Michigan School of Religion.
L. Waterman.
Business Administration Students:
The regular business meeting of the Business Administration Club will
be held Thursday evening, Dec. 3rd, in room 326 of the Union. All students
in the School of Business Administration are eligible for membership in the
Club, and are requested to attend this meeting. Copies of the new constitu-
tion will be available for all memebers at this time.
M. H. Waterman, Pres.
Psyckology of Education, 10 and 11 o'clock Sections:
There is some confusion concerning the work for Friday, December 4.
The class discussion will cover Problem 64, not Problem 65. Problem 64 is
not to be written out and handed in, but is to be prepared merely for class
discussion. In addition give special attention to the various theories ex-
plaining transfer of training.
Howard Y. McClusky.
Pol. Sel. 291:
Journal Club in Political Science will meet Thursday, December 3, in
Room 406 Library. J * . S. eeves.
I will not hold office hours at the Health Service Thursday of this week.
Dr. Geraldine Crocker will hold office hours on that day from 2:30 to 4:30.
Margaret Bell.
Freshman Band:
There will be a rehearsal of the Freshman Band at Band Headquarters
on Thursday evening at 7:15. Every member is expected to be present
promptly. Clyde R. Flory.
University Club:
Club night Friday, December 4, at 8 o'clock. New members of the
various faculties are especially invited.
C. T. Johnston, Chairman Entertainment Committee.
Women's Outdoor Sports Class:
All who have signed for outdoor sports meet at the gymnasium at 4:00
o'clock Thursday, December 3rd. All who have seen Miss Figge, dress in
hiking clothes, the rest will meet with Miss McCormick and dress in street
clothes. Ethel A. McCormick.
There will be a meeting of the Craft Team Thursday, Dec. 3, at 7:15
P. M. at the Masonic Temple. All members of the Craft are requested to be
there. E. XcLay Crosby, Pres.
Round Up Club:
There will be a very important business meeting Thursday evening at
7 P. M. in room 302 Union. Everybody out.
J. J. Howb ridge.
Geological Journal Club:
There will be a meeting of the Geological Journal Club in Room 436
N. S. Bldg. at 7:30 P. M. on Thursday, Dec. 3. Mr. T. L. Reitsema will
speak on "Gel Metasomatism" being a review of two papers by W. Lindgren,
and Prof. C. W. Cook will speak on "A Possible Case of the Deposition of
Galena by Gel Replacement."
Walter A. Ver Wiebe, Secretary.

He Is Watch Dogl
.3. R. McCarl, comptroller general
of the treasury isn't very popular with
the navy at present. McCarl, who is
known as the "Watch Dog of thel
Treasury" and passes on all claims
against the government, is being sued1
by navy officers because of a contro-,
versy over pay and allowances.

''SNIPPING ON LKESTells Of Florida's Frenzied
Land Boom;Speculation Ebbs

ith the sound business and inves
ment conditions now existing, wi
mean the end of the period of doubtf
trepidation regarding the basic qua
ity of the boom.
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1U1J L E U 1LV I I L U U I I U(Continued from Page Seven) . through, and the embargo resulted-
Even at the present rate of build- Work on a double track is nearly Alumni Will Meet
Better Conditions In Steel Industry ing, there is not as much construction completed and when this work is fin-
Send Tonnage Total To in progress as will be in evidence' ished conditions will be relieved and d I*MU
9,00o,00 when the embargo on freight on thei building will go forward at many NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 2.-Acting ag
~~ ~Florida East Coast railway is lifted. times a greater rate than ever before hostess, the University of Michigan
REPORT TWO DISASTERS This line found itself swamped this! has been the case in the state.. What1 Alumni association at New Orleans
summer with the immense volume of a great boon to Florida this will bei d
(By Associated Press) freight which was being shipped into con only be pictured by one who is1 will hold a banquet for all local al-
CHICAGO, Dec. 2.- The greatest the state. Its single track wad utter-i on the ground. It will be the greatest; umni of Western Conference univer-
season in the history of shipping on ly incapable of accommodating single factor in the prolongation of sities in the Louisianne restaurant,
the Great Lakes just has closed. With enough trains to carry the cars Florida's prosperity. It, together Dec. 11.


an approximate total tonnage of 98,-
000,000, due largely to better condi-
tionsein the steel industry which
caused a record of iron ore ship-
The year included a slight but not-
able expansion in deep sea shipping,
although the Welland canal, entrance
to the Great Lakes west of Ontario,
is limited to vessels drawing 13 feet.
The 1925 season has been remaik-
ably free from disasters, only two
small shins being sunk, with loss of
few lives. The queens of these in-
land seas are four oil burners, each
more than 600 feet in length and hav-
ing a carrying capacity of about 10,-
000 tons. Henry Ford operates two
of these huge boats in the ore trade.
Thewmovement of grain from the
northwest and Canadian producing





Michigan Calendar

Twelve Pages with Photogravures of the President, Angell Hall, New
University Hospital, Yost Field House, New Medical Building, Etc., Etc.
In Envelope Ready to Mail-75C





For notices not otherwise mentioned in
The Daily. Items will be published on
two successive days only. Copy must
be submitted to the Local Events
Editor by 4 P. M.
Coach Mann will hold the regular
weekly swimming and calisthenics
drill for faculty members at 12 o'-
clock at the Union pool. Open to all
faculty members.
There will be an important meet-
ing of the Round Up club at 7 o'clock
Thursday in room 302 of the Union.
Dean Edmund E: Day of the School
of Business Administration, address-
es the first regular meeting of the
newly formed Business Administra-
tion club at 7:30 o'clock in room 302,
The Christian Science society will
meet at 7:30 o'clock in Lane hall au-
A box social is to be given at 6:30
o'clock in the Presbyterian church.
State Fourth In
Furniture Making
WASHINGTON, Dec. 2.-Household
furniture valued at more than $65,-
000,000 was manufactured in Mich-
igan during 1924, according to a re-
port received by the forestry depart-
ment from the department of com-
inerce. The amount of hardwood cut
in the state supplied only a small
fraction of the raw material demanded
by the industry, most of it being ship-
ped in fromestatesawhich have more
extensive forest areas.
Michigan stands fourth among the
states in value of furniture products,
New York, Illinois, and Indiana head-
ing the list.
LONDON.-A plea that the Prince
of Wales complete his empire tour by
going to the Irish Free State with a
view to allaying the discord between
southern Ireland and Ulster is made
by the Fortnightly Review.

More than 400 visitors inspected
the new University hospital at the for-
mal opening held from 1 to 4 o'clock
yesterday. In addition to these, the
Ann Arbor Rotary club held its regu-
lar meeting in the building yesterday
morning, after which' the members
were taken through the hospital and
served lunch.
The opening offered the first oppor-
tunity for students and townspeople
to view the new building, the dedica-
tion held last month being primarily
for members of the medical profession.
The "open house" will be continued
from 1 until 4 this afternoon.
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