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1929

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WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 10.

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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 VII WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1926 Number 3
Public Lecture:
Professor Kirsopp Lake, of Harvard University, will lecture in Natural
Science Auditorium on Wednesday, Nov. 10, at 4:15 P. M. on "Monksand
Manuscripts on Mt. Athos." The lecture will be illustrated. This is the
first of a series of lectures by Professor Lake to be given under the aus-
pices of the School of Religion.
The public is cordially invited.
Leroy Waterman.
To the Members of the University Faculty:
Th Dictaphone Station, located in 101 South Wing, University Hall, is
established for the use of all faculty members. All work which is of a
purely University character, such as correspondence, lecture notes, lectur
topics, etc., is done gratis. Dictation, if brief, may be given directly to a
stenographer. Give the station a trial.
E. W0IIit cli rci, Bead of Dictaponie Station.
Freshman Lecture in Hygiene:
The Second freshman lecture in Hygiene for men will be given in
Waterman Gymnasium, Thursday and Friday, November 11th. and 12th., at
3-4 and 5 p. m. This requirement includes all freshmen in the regular
physical training classes and others that have been excused from these
classes.
Geo. I. May.
Journalism:
Mr. A. L. Miller, manager and editor of the Battle Creek "Enquirer
News," will address the Students' Press Club, at 7:30 this evening, in the
Editorial Room, third floor, east side, of the Old Medical Building. All
students of journalism are urged to be present.
J. L. Brumm.
Students Interested in Flying:
A U. S. Naval Aviation Reserve Unit will he organized Thursday night,
Nov. 10, at 7:30 in Room 1042 E. Eng. Bldg. 'llhe unit is open to all stu-
dents of the University, and University credit will be arranged for certain
subjects.
E. A. Stalker.
Members of Engineering Faculty Interested in )Iachlncs of Internal Work:
You are invited to attend a series of discussions led by Professor J. A.
Van den Broek, in Room 445, West Engineering Building, at 4:00 P. M., each
Thursday, commencing November 11th.
G. W. -Patterson.
Reinhard's 4:00 o'cloclJ Class:
I will not meet my 4:00 o'clock class today (Wednesday).
John 11. Reinhard.
Adelphi house of -Representatives:
The regular meeting of Adelphi will be held Wednesday evening. The
bill to be discussed is: Resolved that the institution of legal marriage be
abolished. Visitors are welcome.
N. Bowersox, Speaker.
Organ Recital Omuited:
There will be no organ recital in Hill Auditorium this afternoon owing
to the fact that Hill Auditorium will be otherwse occuped.
Charles A. Sink.
Masques Play:
Rehearsal for "Sister Beatrice" today is as follows: at 3:30 Act 1;
at 4:00 Act II, Scene 2.
Ruth Kahn.
Choral Union Ushers:
All Choral Union Ushers are requested to report at Hill Auditorium
this evening, for the Joan of Arc entertainment. Doors open promptly at 7:30.
W. A. Davenport, Assistant Superintendent Buildings and Grounds Dept.
Graduate Women's Club:
All graduate women are invited to take supper at 6 p. in. Wednesday
at the Green Tree Inn.e
Jane Ludgate.
Phi Sigma:
Regular Phi Sigma Meeting at 7:30 P. M. Wednesday, November 10, in
Room Z 242 Natural Science Building. Business meeting and proposal or
new members.
Leonard P. Schultz, Secretary.

Geological Journal Club):
The next meeting of the Geological Journal Club will take place on
Thursday, November 11, at 7:30 P. M. in Room 436 N. S. Bldg. Dr. Cale wil
speak on "The Results of the Geological Museum Expedition of 1926." All
those interested are cordially invited to attend this meeting.
Water A. Ver ibe.
Faculty Women's Garden Club:
The Garden Section of the Faculty Women's Club will hold its meetin
Wednesday, November 10, at 3 p. in., in room 110 of the General Library
building. Prof. Sydney B. Mitchell will give an illustrated lecture on "Iris."
All members of the Faculty Women's club are invited to attend and
may bring guests.
Mrs. E. C. Goddard.

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Shartell Says Only
Hope Is EducationI
(Continued from Page One)
America's only hope for salvation
in this matter lies in education, he
declared. One phase which needs
clearing up is that a severe penalty
cannot be enforced and defeats its
own end. Another point that must be
brought home to the people is to teach
them to see themselves in the roles
of juror and legislator at the same
time.
Approaching the subject from a
philosophical viewpoint, Professor
Shartel stated that as the system in
vogue is based primarily on the deter-
rence principle; the aim of our crim-
inal law should be to set up effective
deterrents.
Too often, he stated, it is assumed
that the deterministic theory excludes
all dealing with criminals based on
the desire to deter others from fol-
lowing their example. It is also as-
sumed, he added, that because a man's
misconduct is a product of heredity
and environment, punishment is use-
less and avails nothing to prevent
others from committing crime. In the
professor's opinion, even though such
a fatalistic theory of human action be
accepted, the deterrent theory is still
justified because it is a fact that the
criminal is affected by various stimuli
which inducesand shape his conduct.
It is, of course, justified if it is as-j
sumed that every individual has a free
will and voluntarily chooses to do I
right or wrong.
To illustrate his principle, Professor
Shartel cited the case of any robber,
in whom the desire for money in-
duces theft, but whose action is not
the product of one desire but is the
resultant of a combination of various
desires. Professor Shartel believes
that if the law provides a penalty for
stealing it provides a stimulus for

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not stealing which tends to offset the
desire to steal. This is a matter en-
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is in that direction, or on the other trict of Illinois, has resigned. He was
hand, he may choose the right for the 'to have appeared before the Senate
same reason. for trial on serious charges.

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