THE MICHIGAN ]DAILY'
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1326
DAILY OFFICIL BULL.ETI N
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
She University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
30 p.m. (11:30 a. in Saturdays).
SUND)AY, OCTOBE31?R '24, 1926
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Universty Lectures :
Dr. William Minot Guertler, Director of the Metall-Institute der Techni
s. en Hochschule, Charotteiiburg, Germany, will deliver two University
lectures on November 1 and 2, respectively. On November 1, Dr. Guertler
will speak on the subject "On the Corrosion Resistance of Steels" at :00
'.p. fi in the Amphitheater of the Chemical Building (Room 165). This was
first delivered at the annual meeting of the American Society for Steel
Treating, September, 1926, as the E. D. Campbell Memorial Lecture.
On Tur~ay,,,November 2, at 4:00 p. in. in Room 1042, East Engineering
Building, Dr. Guertler will speak on the subject "Systematic Procedure in
EstablfIftn#,, he Limits of the Utilization of New Metal Combinations in
The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins.
The Ann Arbor Sout Laers' Association will hold its opening ban-
quet at 6:15 Monday, October 25, at the Presbyterian church, Huron and
Division Sts. All students who have had Boy Scout experience are invited
to attend, notifying Scout Headquarters, phone 7215, of their intention.
Fielding H. Yost, Scout Commissioner.
Students wishing to submit questions for the Michigan Debates with
Illinois and Wisconsin should leave the same with Mr. Densmore at the Uni-
versity Extension Service Office not later than October 27.
R. I). T. Hollister.
The Physics Colloquium will meet at 4:15 p. m., Tuesday, October 26,
inl Room 1041, New Physics Building. Dr. Otto Laporte will speak on
"Spectroscopic Interpretations of the Magneton Numbers for the First Long
Period." All interested are cordially invited to attend.
W. F. Colby.
University of Michigai Band:
Special rehearsal today 3:00 p. in. Morris Hall.
Gordon Packer, Drum Major.
Tarsity Glee Club:
There will be a rehearsal of the Glee Club Monday night at 7 in the
School of Music auditorium.
L. Stuart Bulnan, Manager.
There will be an initiation of new members Sunday evening, October
24th, at six p. in. in the adtoriuW. of Lane Hall. Professor William A.
Frayer of the History Department will be the speaker. Supper will precede
Nr 1M. Malik, 'resident.
Botanica Journal Club:
A meeting of the Botanical Journal Club will be held Tuesday evening,
October 26th at 7:30 in room 13 173, Natural Science Building. Papers will
be reviewed by Dr. E. G. Anderson, Mr. E. E. Dale and Mr. C. G. Kulkarni.
Bessi B. Kanouse, Secretary.
R. 0. P. meeting:,
The meeting will be held promptly at eight o'lock in Room 231, Angell
R. M. Balthaser.
_ Graduate English Club:
The election of officers for the coing year will be held at the first
meeting, Monday, Oct. 25, at 3 p. i., in Room 316; Michigan Union. Words-
worth and Keats: A Study in Influence.
P. . Kreider.
Men's .Educational Club:
There will be a meeting of the Men's Educational club Monday, at 7:00
1 p.nm. in room 304 of the Michigan Union, for the purpose of electing officers
i for the ev~rent school year. Professor James B. Edmonson will speak.
Everybody interested in Education is cordially invited.
J. D. Cooper, Cairman.
An informal Hallowe'en (ancing party will be held at Masonic Temple,
Friday, October 29th. 9-12 p. mn. under auspices of Golden Rule Lodge No.
159, Fraternity Lodge No. 262, and Ann Arbor Lodge U. D. Tickets can b
obtained at the club room. All Master Masons cordially invited.
Eugeec MaLachlaiiW. M.
Emwory W. Sink, W. hi.
Homer B. 1MNiee, W. 1M.
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Explaining that the Thesophical so-j
ciety was founded to combat the ma-
terial skepticism of the nineteenth~
century, Dr. Henry D. Wild, instructor
in English andl presidlent of the Ann "
Arbor Lodge of the Theosophical so-
ciety talked on "What is Theosophy"
recently at Lane hail.
Dr. WGild began with an explanation
of the word which is derived from the
Greek and means godl wisdom or di-
vine wisdomn. lie statedl that it is the
truth in everything that concerns the-
osophy. In a secondary and applied
meaning it is concerned with the bodyI
of truth underlying all religions.
He went on to explain tha.t there is
found in all religions similar symbols
and ceremonies. This, the scientists
explain by evolution.
Dr. Wild said that the new theoso-
phy was presented to a world (lazed
ly the discovery of natural laws and
that thie people had handed over their
souls to the materialistic scientist. Hie
concluded his talk stating that all who
accep~t the fast of universal brother-
hood are 'elgilcl for membership in
thec society, regardless of creed.
"Princeton is the first school of
sn obb ishn ess in t he United States
amid an educational system that sup-
pres~ses individual opinion and exalts
false social standards," declared Up-
ton Sinclair, famous socialistic novel-
ist, here recently.
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