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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 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1925 Number 61

To Users of the Daily Official Bulletin:
It has been agreed that notices of meetings of student organizations and
the like will be published hereafter in the Local Events Column rather than
the Daily Official Bulletin. The latter is open for notices of an academic,
official, or semi-official character. Notices should as hithertobe handed to
the undersigned and any which' in his opinion would more properly be
printed in the Local Events Column will be handed to The Michigan Daily
to that purpose. F. E. Robbins.
University Lecture:
The Honorable Sergio Osmena, member of the Senate of the Philip-
pines and former speaker of the House of Representatives, will deliver a
.University lecture at 4:15 P. M. Monday, December 14, in Natural Science
Auditorium on the subject "Democracy in the Philippines: Development of
democratic government in the Philippines."
Th e public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins.
Faculty,.College of Literature, Science and the Arts:
The December meeting of the Faculty will be held Monday, December
7th, at 4:10 P. M. in Room 2225, Angell Hall. In addition to the special
orders which have been sent through the mails, Professor O. J. Campbell
has been 'sked to make a brief report on the recent Pittsburgh Conference
which met for a discussion of College Dramatics.
John R. Effinger.
University Women-house Presidents:
Signing-out slips are due immediately in the Office of the Dean of
Jean Hamilton, Dean of Women..
Business 'A lministration-Second-year Students:
Every second-year student in the School of Business Administration
should confer with me -regarding his M.B.A. thesis not later than Thursday,
December 8. Office: Tappan Hall 205. fHours: 1:30 to 3:30 P. M. daily, ex-
cept Saturday. C. N. Schmalz.
University Service:
Sunday evening, 7:30 P. M., Hill Auditorium, University Service, under
the auspices of the Student Christian Association. Speaker, Dr. Thomas W.
Graham, Dean of the Graduate School of Theology, Oberlin College, Oberlin,
Ohio. John Elliott.

(By Central Press) ists delve into the intricate and end-
MADISON, Wis., Dec. 4.-Revision less possibilities open up by the dis-
of the hitherto fundamental laws of covery by Robert Andrews Millikan,
physics appears necessary as scient- world famous physicist, of a hitherto
unk~nown ray, pervading or traverlsing
all space and possessing qualities that
prove it to be the absolute opposite to
all other rays with which physicists
have been familiar.jPrfso
::-aProfesor Millikan declines to draw
any conclusions from the paper he
read before the National Academy of
I cience s session here, giving the de-
tails of his observations, but members
of the academy are willing to declare
that Millikan has discovered the or-
igin of matter and solved the mystery
.a of the mechanics of creation.
In that statement there is more 4o
astound than first appears. For until
Millikan read his paper the theory had
" een generally accepted or, at least,
seldom questioned, that matter had
0no origin since it must always have
Scientists say Millikan's name will
be linked with the discovery for many
ages. He is 57 years old, erstwhile
professor of physics at the University
of Chicago, more recently director of
the physical laboratory of the Cali-
fornia Institute of Technology, and in
1923 winner of the Nobel prize in
physics for isolating and measuring
the ultimate electric unit, the elec-
Robert Andrews Millikan tron


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M0N A dsents here have done research
rPIIT PflITDI 0TID A nMEXICO CITY.-President Calles
announced his intention of insisting
that Congress pass the budget this
Two members of the University year.
faculty have articles in the last issue BERLIN.-German scientists claini
of the Michigan State Bar Journal, to have discovered a new source of
the official organ of the Michigan Bar helium in monazite, from which gas
imantles are mlade.
association. A long article on the mantesaremade.
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fectives," was written by Prof. Burke
Shartel of the JLaw school. Professor j Ol
Shartel was the author of the bill I " - CHARLESTO
on this subject which was passed by TAUGHT
the state legislature. NOW
Prof. Arthur Lyon Cross of the Open Daily
history department wrote the discus- 10 A. M. to 10 P. M.
sion of "The New Holdworth," a sum- Private Lessons Daily
ming up of the work and influence of Adults' Class every Monday and
the British historian, W. S. Hold- Friday Fifteen one-hour le-
worth, who prepared the book, "The 00.
History of English Law." TERRACE GARDEN
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Ready For New
Traffic Tower'
Plans and specifications for a traf-l
fic signal tower, to be erected at the
intersection of State and North Uni-{
versity streets, have been made by the
police department, and are awaiting
consideration by the city council. It
is expected that when a new appropri-
ation is made in the spring, money
for the construction of the tower willj
be granted.
The proposed signal tower will have
a circular concrete base, with a metal
signal box at the top containing a red
light. Each side of the box will show
three rows of words, designating tho
street at the top, the warning "Go
Slow" in the second row, and an ar-
,row in the third row, pointing out
route M-17 on the north and south
sides, the Michigan Central depot on

Returns from the Thanksgiving
cards sent out by the local post of the
American Legion last week raised the
total of their endowment fund cam-
paign to more than $2,800. This leaves
but little more than $1,100 of their
quota of $4,000 to be raised.
The national campaign is being con-
ducted for the purpose of creating a
fund to render service to war or-
phans. Both the state and national
distribution of tile fund will be con-
ducted largely by non-professional
committees, who will give their serv-
ices without pay.
Kimmins Talks
On EduCation

Richard Von Kuelmann, once for-
A gn minister, is mentioned as the
probable choice as Germany's perm-
anent representative in the League of
Nations council.
BLOOMINGTON, Ill.-A Chicago and
Alton wrecker crew had a sticky time
when two carloads of molasses spilled
over the tracks and gummed up traffic
for five hours.
MANILA.-Girls are reported being
held in servitude for from one t.
seven years in Occidental Negros
province under conditions amounting
to slavery.
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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.
Attention of all seniors is called to
the fact that no photographer's re-
ceipts for, Michiganensian pictures
will be issued after 12 o'clock.
Craftsmen meet at 7:30 o'clock at
the Masonic temple. All master Mas-
ons are welcome.
Ann Arbor lodge, No. 325, B. P. 0.
E., will observe their annual memor-
ial services at the Elks temple.
Student volunteers will meet with
Elizabeth Grennan, now on furlough
from the Philippines, at 9:15 o'clock
in Wesley hall.
Members of the Japan club will re-
port for Michiganensian picture at
2:30 o'clock, instead of at 3 o'clock
in Spedding's.

Unhappy Canine
Vindicated On
No Tag Charge
Canine Valhalla narrowly missed an
addition to its population yesterday.
The throoughbred Airedale of an Ann
Arbor landlady was picked up by the
dog-catchers Tuesday night and was
already in the dissecting room of the
University hospital, fated to die as a
martyr to science, when the appeals
of his mistress obtained his release.
As dramatic as the relief of the be-
seiged at Lucknow, as melodramatic
as the belated reporter's "hold the
press!", the owner's appeal to the
operating doctor came at the last mo-
The Airedale was taken by the offi-
cials because he wore no tag testify-
ing that his state tax had been paid.
Although contrary to custom, the dog
was returned to his mistress upon her
promise to comply with the license
Ensian Notices
All campus org izatlons and class-
es wishing space \in the 1926 Mich-
iganensian must sign and pay for the
space immediately at the 'Ension of-
fice in the Press building. This op-
portunity will be offered for a limitedl
period only.1
All senior pictures for the Michi-
ganensian must be in today. The of-
fice in the Press building will be
open from 9 to 12 o'clock thisr
morning. More than 1,500 of the pic-1
tures have been turned in.t
The 'Ensian business staff is send-f
ing out cards to all subscribers noti-a
fying them that immediate payment
will save them a price increase of 50t
BUENOS AIRES.-Hernando Ciles
and Abdon Saavedra, Republican can-
didates, were elected respectively
president and vice-president of Bo-
livia. I

Reule Kennedy's
Society Orchestra
Public Invited.
Fine Floor.

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The Philippine-Michigan club
meet at 3 o'clock in Lane hall.


thewes fae, ndFerryfedo h
eant feLace,helghan heI' toweriu iltlC t (Continued from Page One)
east ace The light in tietowe wil Dr. KImmninse also poins tQ thie de-
flicker, showing alternatingly red and cisimnreahed by nscmtees
dark cisions reached by English committees
It is estimated that the tower, as ton the training of teachers and the
shown by the specifications, will cost use of intelligence tests as indicative
more than $400. of the progress being made in Eng-
land. In regard to the requirements
!for teachers, it was decided that no
Phi Delta Kappa kscnlar, regardless of the amount of
H earseProf.dShul f aleducation that he may have
£L~(L~ i,~i*I keceived, is capable of teachling school
Talk On Heredity children until instructed in the art.
As a result of the intelligence tests
--oadopted, pupils are now advanced asr
Addressing the regular meeting of fast as their native ability will al-
Phi Delta Kappa, honorary education- low.
al society, last night at the Green In the discussion of the relation of
Tree Inn, Prof. A. Franklin Shull of education to labor, Dr. Kimmins be-
the zoology department stated that he Jieves that remarkable work is being
believed that heredity is a far more accomplished for laboring men and
important factor in determining a per-! women: The success of England's tu-
son's characteristics than is environ- I torial system was shown during the
ment. labor party's recent administration
Studies on identical twins, whose by the high intelligence of the cabi-
heredity is similar, have shown that net members, who as laborers had rn-
the factors determined by heredity ,ceived their education (in this man-
are more important than those settled ner.
by environment;. that the characteris- I Encouragement of education by a
tics that are influenced by the latter large number of generous scholar-
quality are regulated in a large de- ships to brilliant and interested stu-
gree by heredity; and that while the dents was also shown as an integral
results of environment are temporary, part of the British system.
and vanish with the death' of tile *In- When Dr. Kimmins spoke hlere, he
dividual affected, the products of iwasttroduced by Dean Allan S..
hereityaretrasmitedfro paentWhitney of the School of Education.
heredity are transmitted from parentAranmnsfrthasebywr
to child for generations, and that the ! ,Arrangements for the assembly were
to~~~ 1hl o eeainadta h made by George Hacker, '26Ed, presi-
racial value of environment was there- de by eor ercatiod pes
fore negligible according to Profes-
sor Shull.
In general Professor Shull thinks
that intelligence, is determined by
heredity and emotional qualities large-
ly by training and conditions. A CET CVLZTO


Michigan Calendar

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



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Cosmopolitan club members will be
guests at, the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Hl. J Abbot, 820 Oxford road, for 4
o'clock tea.
The Upper Room Bible class meets
at 7 o'clock in Lane hall.
"The Old and New Idea of Sin" will]
be the subject of the morning sermon
at the Congregational church.
Congregational student supper and
fireside ;chat - subject: "Life After
Death," at g5:30 o'clock in the church.
Rev. Robert P. Frazier, archdeacon
of the district of South Dakota, will
deliver the evening sermon at- 7:30
o'clock iii St. .Andrew's Episcopal
church: my "
Friendship hour will be observed at
4:30 o'clock, in the Baptist Guild
Margaret Garriott, '27, will lead the
devotional1feeting at 6:30 o'clock in'
the Guild house.
Regular Sunday evening motion
picture service at 8 o'clock, Congre-
gational church.
Reverend Hart, chaplain of the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania, will deliver
the morning sermon at 11 o'clock in
St. Andrew's Episcopal church.



All sophomores and second
semester freshmen who wish to
try out for Intramural depart-
ment managers should report
at 3 o'clock any day this week
at the office in Waterman gym-


La Plans For -
QUINCY, Mo., Dec. 4.-Evidence of
National Park what may be the site of an ancient
-civilization has been unearthed near
SANTA FE, N. Mex., Dec. 4.-Far the Mississippi river in Pike county,
from the beaten path' of travel a new! Mo.
national park is being planned in the 'Walls of 43 underground rooms and
Jemez and Sangre de Christo moun- seven passageways connecting them
tam ranges in northern New Mexico. have been traced. A well defined
shaft, walled with a queer cement-
SAULT STE. MARIE-The tonnage like matrial of a color different from
of freight passing the Sault canal up the earth within the shaft, was found,
to Dec. 1, this year, was 80,036,669 The floor was found to be 53 feet
tons, according to the engineer's of- below the
fice here. blwteoriginal surface. The roof'
______er_._is of rubbery clay, laid in a thin
For every article for sale, there is strata, as if deposited in some far
a buyer. Reach him thru Classifieds. gone era by waters of many seas.

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