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THF. ICHIAN DIT YFRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 194~

D A ILY OFF I CIA L B UL LE TIN
Publication in the Bulletin Is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Piresident until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. mn. Saturdays).
Volume VII FRH)AY NOVE2WBER 12, i92( Number 49

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Examinations for the Phillips Scholarships in Latin and Greek will
be held as toHow:
Creek: al tw > o'clo k Friday atternoon, November 19, in Room 1213,
Angeil H~all.
Latin: at nine o'clock Saturday morning, November 20, in Room 2016
Angell Hail.,
Candidates a:a re(Tuc'tcd to read the regulations and conditions under
which the scholarshilps are awarded, a:s described on pages 171-2 of the
last General ('atahogue ot the University.
V. C. Lihhle
3. R. Elfnlger,
F. W. IKebsey,-
('amizpef Bonuer,
Conmmittee In Clharge
Unhersily Leelure:
Dr. A. E. Lov~e, Lecturer an Paleography at Oxford University, will give
a University letle on thm subject "H-ow the Classics Came Down to Us"
on Monday, Novcmber 15, at 4: 15 p. mn. in Natural Science Auditorium.
The public is cordially invited.
F. E. IRobbiins.
Ann Arbor Art Assoeidni:
The exhibition of the work of local artists and amateu'rs will be held
in the Alumni Memorial Hall until November 22, daily from 1:30 to 5:00
p. in. and Sundays 2:00 to 5:00 p. m. It is tree to members, to students
of the University, and children of the schools.
Warren P. Lombard, President.
Pubie Lecdure:
Professor Kirsopp Lake, of harvard University, will lecture in Natural
Science Auditorium on Friday, Nov. 12 at 4:15 P. M., on "Manscripts of
the New Testament." The lecture will be given under the auspices of the
School of Rieligion.
The public is cordially invited.
leroy Waterinai.
Bureau oiT Appointments:
The annual registration with the Bureau of Appointments will e~ontinuie I
until Saturday noon. Permanent blanks may be securedl and should be
filled out in the office of the School of Education, Room 105, Tappan Hall,
this week. After Saturday noon a fee of one dollar will be charged for
late enrolinment.
Margaret Cameron.
Mr. IDow'N (Group:
My Freshunan group will meet tonmght at 7 :30 in the Union, Room 302.
Lafayete F. 1)ow.
Polonia Literary (irce:
A meeting of the Polonia Literary C:irc.le viii be held Friday evening, 7:30
P. M., at Lane Hall. Presence ef all meembers is requested.
J. W. Kijinek, Pres.
St. Louis Will Adopt Single Traffic
Court To Solve Congestion Problem
This is the fourth of a series of permiitted to park 15 minutes during
articles which appeared in the the hours when private cars are pro-
Philadelphia Public Ledger on the hibited from parking at all.
efforte of various cities to solve IAnother regulation provides for
the traffic problem. one-way traffic on five of the impor-
tant north-and-goutb. streets down-
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 11.-Faced with the town. Director of Streets Brooks now
same traffic congestion problem which proposes to extend the one-way plan
daily is causing incalulbl financal toall narrow streets downtown, run-
St. Louis intends to resort to the out - No-parking restrictions gradually
standing asolution adopted elsewhere are being applied to all narrow streets
-he establishment iof single taf ithe city thetheatricalw dstrict
adjunct. clede and Easton avenues, for example,
Another step lplannedl by St. Louis Iwere parking is prohibited at all
is a thorough city-plannmng survey,.ims
The condition here of innumerable Traffic in the downtown district and
narrow streets and a multiplicity of at certain important intersections
transportation systems is unusual elsewhere is directed by special traf-'
among American cities. fic policemen on foot. At other in-
Trhe French settlers who laid out tersections where traffic is heavy elec-
the narrow (dowlntown business dis- tric "stop-go" signs are used. A num-
trict westward from the banks of the her of wide streets and avenues have
Mississippi river could not forsee the been designated boulevards, and mo-
present situation, a small area crowd- torists are compelled to halt when-
ed every day with street cars, double ever the "boulevard stop" sign is dis-
deck busses and "service cars," all in played. Synchronization of lights has
competition, and with thousands of ntot becin effected yet.
privately ow ned miot 01 (tars.
In an effort to redcelIC congestion, ROOM MAIL DELIVERY
the following regulations prohilbiting ui
parking in the downtown district PRiNCETON, N. J., Nov.1.
have been enacted: . Princeton is the only college or ui
From Third to Twev(lfth street and versity in the country that has room
from Market street to Franklin aye- to room delivery of mail on the cam--
nue, no parking is permitted between pus, a privilege which has existed for
the rush hours of 7 and 9:30 o'clock the past 40 years.
andl 4:hi and 7 c'clozk. Parking is
restricted to one hour at all other' FRENCH LICK. -The American

periods of the day. Exception is made Newspaper Publishers' association is
for commeriial vehicles, which are in convention here.
Fl
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Former H at Maker Invents Microscope ~WILD DISCUSSES band andtifue tograe i "ENRLLMNT NtlA
Whih M niiesTw lveMilionTim s EX UES IONAT Dr. Wild's chief criticism of this ITHACA, N. Y., Nov. 11.--There are
'~A~ich agniies~r'w lve l~lllio 7Uiies TOLSTOY MEETING1 writing of Tolstoy is that it presentsj 5,298 students enrolled this semester
I ______no practical solution to the problems in Cornell University, an increase ot
Dr. H. 0. Wild of the English de- which are raised in it, and that no j84 over the 1925-26 enrollment.
N ~ partmnent, speaking under the auspices satisfactory application is made of its
of the Tolstoy league, reviewed Tols- principles to present society. Patronize Daily Advertisers.
toy's book, "The Sex Question," beforej
more than 150 studlents and mnemhers _______________________________________
of the faculty at 4:15 o'clock yester-
ba rOJ > s lpree 1 ately a dis-
cussioni of the author's views on mar-
* 0agO andl soial equality of the sexes.
Tolstoy. although progressive in most
NI doas,vwas er consertative in re-
gardto mrriae,"stated the speaker.
"The Sex Question shows a conside-ra-
he socia 1)ln he wite' teor ' 6 started our Used a
sthal a true union exists only wit'hbjit th idata
I Christian love, and that this sit-b sieswt th da t
naion is realized only when the hus-a odcr tafir nc

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