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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Jill

DALOFCILBULLETIN
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. Saturday0.
Volume VI TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1926 Number 88

niversity Lecture:
The Hon. T. A. Smiddy, Minister of the Irish Free State to the United
States,┬░will deliver a lecture on "The Present Policies of the Irish Free
State l"tin Wednesday afternoon, January 20,1926, at4:15 P- M,--Newberry
al l Auditorium. The public is invited.
F. E. Robbius.
School of Education Assembly:
The next assembly for the School of Education will be held on-Wednes-
day, January 20, at 4:05 P. M. in the Natural Science Auditorium. President
Little will address the assembly. Everyone interested in education is, cor-
dilly invited to attend.
A. S. Whitney.
School of Education:
Registration for the second semester will be held for students in this
School, in Room 105, Tappan Hall, January 18 to 21, Monday to Thursday,
inclusive.
Students may register in the afternoons only. Hours 2 to 5 P. M., ex-
cept Wednesday when it will be 2 to 4 due to School of Education Assembly.
A fee of $1.00 will be charged for students who have not completed
elections and classifications by 5 P. M. January 21.
Unavoidable changes in election may be made Thursday and Friday,
February 11 and 12.
Gretchen Krug, Recorder.
Supplenentary Announement-School of Education :
Sa.aurday courses in Education for the second semester will meet on the
following dates:
February.........13 27
March...........6 13 27
April.........3 24
May .... ......1 8 15 22-
DI50 (Teaching of Zoology) is withdrawn. Students interested are
advised to elect D103 (Teaching of Botany).
Fl. Introductory Hygiene. T. & Th. at11, Room 21 Wat. Gym. D'r. Sink.
FlO School Health Problems. T. & Th. at 11, 407 Library. Dr. Forsythe.
Gretchen Krug, Recorder.
Education Courses:
Students taking Education Al, B20, C1 or C60 will be assigned to sec-
tions in these courses in Room 106, Tappan Hall, during the period of reg-
istration. Gretchen Krug, Recorder.
History :
Final examination Monday, February 1, 9-12 A. M. Mr. Manyon's classes
meet in Newberry Auditorium; Mr. Moody's classes in Natural Science Audi-
torium; Mr. Scott's classes in room 1025 Angell Hall.
Preston Slosson.;
English 107:
English 107 (Introduction to the English language) will be given in
the second semester at 11:00 A. M. Tuesdays', Thursday, and Saturdays in-
stead of 10:00 A. M. It will NOT be given at 2:00 P. M. Mondays, Wednes-
days, and Fridays. Samuel Moore.
English, Engineering College:
I shall not meet my classes Tuesday, January 19.
- J. E. Thornton.
Comnittee on the Study of Engineering Education:
There will be a meeting of the Committee on the Study of Engineering
Education in Room 1042, Wednesday, January 20, at 4 P. M. The four sub-
committees under the chairmanship of Professors Cannon, Hoad, Riggs, and
A. E. White are to report at this time the progress of the investigations in
which they are engaged.
4. 40leig Nelson, Chirman.
College of Pharmacy Students:
Second semester elections will be received at the Secretary's Office of
the College of Pharmacy, Monday and Tuesday, January 18 and 19.
C. C. Glover, Secretary.
Students for Mr. Frost's Class:
Selection of students for Mr. Frost's class has been completed, and the
following students may register for it either as English 186 or Rhetoric 186:
Angus M. Babcock, Bernd G. Baetcke, Sue G. Bonner, Eugene Bixby,
Montgomery A. Butchart, Louisa Butler, Mary Elizabeth Cooley, George W.
Davis, Gladys E. Evans, Doris Gladden, Leonard C. Hall, Freeland Judson,
Robert L. Perry, Leo Cadmus Turner, Dorothy Tyler, Marie Van Osenbrug-
gen, Charles Van Riper, Karl Zeisler.
R. W. Cowden
Louis 1. Bredold.
Mathematics 49, Elementary Statistics:
Students may elect and receive credit in both Mathematics 49 and Eco-
nomic Statistics I, 175. The course Mathematics 49 should, if possible, pre-
cede Economics 175. Sections in Mathematics 49 are offered during the
second semester on Tuesday and Thursday at-8, 9,-10; and 11.
James W. Glover.
Spanish 113, 121, and 162, offered in the Second Semester:
Because of requests from a number of students these courses will be
offered in the second semester, in the College of Literature, Science, and the
Arts
11. spanish Literature of the Nineteenth Century. Three hours credit.
M, W, F, at 10. Room 304 U. H. Mr. Eddy. Open to students who have com-
pleted Course 32.
121. Spanish-American Life and Literature. Three hours credit. M, W,

F, at 10. Room 202 S. W. Assistant Profegsor Del Toro. Open to students
who have completed Course 32.
162. Advanced Spanish Conversation. Continuation of Course 161. Two
hours credit. M, W, F, at 9. Room 205 S. W. Mr. Mercado.
Charles P. Wagner.
Staff Luncheon :
The usual luncheon of the various staffs of the East Engineering
Duilding will be held Tuesday, January 19.
A. H. White.
Graduate Edueation Club:
There will be a meeting of the Graduate ,Educatiori Club Wednesday,
January 20th, at 7:00 P. M. in the University High School, Room 102
Cerele Francals Lecture:
Prof. A. G. Canfield will give the third lecture in the Cercl1e -Francais
series Tuesday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock in Room 2003 Angell Hall. Lecture

to be given in French. His subject will be "Charles Peguy," rather than '
"Francois Villon" as was first announced.
Halfred C. Brown.
Circolo Italiano Lecture:
Prof. Win. A. Frayer will talk on "The Present Situation in Italy"
Tuesday evening, January 19, at 8:15 o'clock, Room "D," Alumni Memorial
Hall. Lecture is under the auspices of 11 Circolo Italiano. To be given in
English. Michael De FilippiS, Director.
"Androcles and the Lion:"
George Bernard Shaw's comedy "Androcles And The Lion," will be
presented on the stage in University Hall on Wednesday and Thursday
evenings, January 20 and 21, pionpty at 8 o'clock. This will be the last'
program4in the Play Production series for this semester. Admission will be,
charged. R D. T. Hollister.
Players Club: ;
The Players Club will meet this evening at the home of Mrs. A. D.
Moore, 718 Onondago at 8:15 o'clock.
Forrest Heath, Vice-Pres.
Physics Colloquium:
The Physics Colloquium will meet at 4:15 P. M. Tuesday, January 19,
in Room 1041, New Physics Building. Mr. E. J. Abbott will speak on "Elec-
tric Wave Filters." All interested are cordially invited to attend.
W. F. Colby.
Faculty Women's Club:
The play-reading section will meet at 2:30 P. M. Tuesday, January 19,
at the Zeta Tau Alpha house, 816 Tappan Avenue.
Mrs. W. B. Todd, Chairman.
Michigan Dames:
There will be a regular meeting of the Michigan Dames Tuesday even-
ing, January 19, held at the Faculty Women's Club Rooms at 8 o'clock. All
student wives are urged to attend.
Mrs. J. L. Champagne.1
Members of the Summer Session Staff:
Copies of the Abridged Announcement of the Summer Session of 1926
(Campus Edition) are being distributed by University messenger to all
members of the faculty. Any corrections or changes in the Announcement
should be reported before January 20 so that the- second edition, intended
for general distribution, may be as free from errors as possible.
E. H. Kraus.

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Washington is wondering what Vice
President Charles G. Dawes is going
to do about the appeal made to him
by Charles M. Fillmore, (above), In-
dianapolis, secretary of the "No-To-
bacco League" to set a good example
for the country by abandoning his
famous pipe. It is doubtful if the vice
president will comply with the re-
quest.

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LOCAL EVENTS.
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. Al-

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GENERAL P
Tuesday t
Watre colors by Jean Paul Slusser e
and etchings by Samuel Chamberlain 'H
are on exhibition from 1:30 to 5 o'- c
clock in the west gallery of Alumni s
Memorial hall.p
Cercle Francais lecture, "Charles
Peguy," is given in French by Profes-S
sor Canfield at 4:15 o'clock in room f
2003, Angell hall. c
a
Prof. Roy W. Sellars, of the philoso-
phy department, and Prof. Earnest
F. Barker, of the physics department, In
present papers before the Research h
club at 8 o'clock in room 2528, new p
Medical building. e
Prof. William Frayer, of the historyo
department, lectures on "The Present
Situation in Italy" at 8:15 o'clock in
room D, Aumni Memorial hall.
Players' club meets at 8:15 o'clock
at the home of Mrs. A. D. Moore, 718
Onondago road.
All campus organizations wishing
to have pictures appear in the. Mich-
iganensian must pay for the space at
once or the contract will be cancell-
ed.
Dawes Reparation
Plan Is success
Chaos is giving way to order and
system in German finance as a result
of the Dawes plan in operation there,
in the opinion of S. Parker Gilbert,
agent general for reparations pay-
ments, who is now in the United
States.
"The plan is functioning smoothly,"
the financier reported. "Germany now
has a stable . currency and the Ger-
man budget is balanced. These were
the essential; conditions of German ec-
onomic recovery. The budget, in fact, -
has, thus far :shown considerable. sur-
plus, even ini the face of mounting i
expenditure.
"In the field of reparation payments
the plan has also had notable results.
The various creditor countries have-
been receiving reparation deliveries
and payments regularly and in accor-
dance with expectations.
BERLIN.-A disaster resulted in
the Moabit district today when a work-
man's cigar ignited a tank of gaso-
line. Nine persons were killed and
30 injured.
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'WO ALUMNI PROMOTED
IN ELECTRIC COMPANY
Clifford W. Stuart, '22, has been ap-
ointed assistant to the manager of
le publicity department of the Gen-
ral Electric company, to succeed C.
J. Lang, '15, who has been named
omptroller of the budgets of the
ame organization. Before his ap-
ointment, Stuart was a travelling au-
itor.!
During his undergraduate days
tuart was prominent in student af-
airs. lHe served on numerous Union
oinittees, and f'dt three years Wag
member of the 'Enisan staff.
BOSTON.-The-Rev. Charles J. Mc-

Safety Valves
For Lightning
Are Explained
K. B. McEacbron, factory engineer
of the General Electric company, ad-
dressed electrical engineering stu-
dents yesterday afternoon in the Na-
tural Science auditorium on the sub-
ject of "Lightning Arresters."
The purpose of the lightning ar-
rester, said Mr. McEgchron, is not
to stop. lightning or other forms of
discharges, but to prevent the harm-
ful applications of overvoltages from
any source to our transmission sys-
tems, furthermore, this application of
excessive voltages is seldom. accom-
panied by a bolt of lightning, but is
caused by induction from the charged
cloud in the vicinity of the tranrmnis-
sion line.
Three types of protectory were
treated by the speaker- 1n.the course
of his address, namely,- the auto value,
the oxide film and the pellet form, of
arrester. By the means of illustrated
slides and diagrams, the construction
and theory of operation 'of these de-
vices was demonstrated.

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