THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, DE-NIT')ER 5, i q2C)
PAGE EIGHT SUNDAY. DECEMBFR ~, 1926
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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 V I
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1926
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Henry Russell Lectureship:
According to the action of the Board of Regents, the duty of selecting
the Henry Russell Lecturer for the year is vested in the Council of the Re-
search Club. As such appointment is to be made before January 1, 1927,
it will be necessary for the selection to be made at the next meeting of the
Council, and the undersigned would therefore be glad to receive from
members of the faculty nominations for the honor. The rules of the
Board of Regents direct that the selection of the lecturer be based upon
"particularly distinguished service to the University" especially by con-
tribution to knowledge through research. Nominations should be received
by December 11th.
C. W. Edmunds, President, Research Club.
Dr. Knud Rasmussen, distinguished Arctic explorer and anthropologist,
will speak on the subject, "Three Years of Eskimo Life in Arctic North
America," at 4:10 p. m. Wednesday, December 8, in the Natural Science
Auditorium. The lecture will be illustrated with slides and motion pic
tures. The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins.
Faculty, College of Literature and the Arts:
The December meeting of the Literary Faculty will be held Monday
afternoon, December g, at 4:10 p. m. in Room 2225, Angell Hall. Special
Order: Dean Day's report.
John R. Effinger.
It is necessary for the Buildings and Grounds Dpartment to make
certain changes in the electrical system on the Camus. The following
buildings will be affected on Sunday, December 5:
General Library, no lights 7:30 to 11:00 a. m.; no power 10:00 a. in.
tp 2:00 p. im.
Natural. Science Building, no light 7:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. in.; no power
for 2 1-2 hours a same time during the above period.
Herbert G. Watkins, Assistant Secretary.
Action of the University Committee on Discipline:
The University Committee on Discipline reports the following action
in the case of Farnum Buckingham, ('28 Lit.) of Flint, Michigan. Pursuant
to the recommendation of the Advisory Committee of the Student Council,
the Discipline Committee has placed Mr. Buckingham on probation until
the end of the college year 1926-27 and has published the report of this
action in the Daily Official Bulletin. The offense for which this disciplinary
action has been imposed was the withdrawing from the Library, under an
assumed name, a book held in reserve for reference use, in violation of
the rules of the Library and to avoid the fine imposed therefore.
Discipline Committee, H. F. Fordrich, Sec.
American Association of University Professors:
The annual meeting of the Michigan Chapter of the American Associa-
tion of University Professors will be held Thursday, December 8, at 4:30
p. in. in Room 304, Michigan Union. Very important business to be trans-
Charles B. Vibbert, Sec.
The sixth required Hygiene Lecture will be given on December 6th,
at 4:15 in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall. Bring Blue books.
Entering Sophomore and Upperelass Women and old Students who have
Hygiene Lectures to Make .Up:
The sixth Hygiene lecture will be given on Tuesday, December 7th,
at 4:15 in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall. Bring blue books.
The opening lecture of the Cercle Francais program will be given
Monday, December 6, at 4:15 o'clock in Natural Science Auditorium. Daniel
Michenot, Professor of Diction at 'Strasbourg, France, will give a lecture
recital in French on "Rostand et son oeuvre." Tickets for the whole series
may be procured from the secretary of the Romance Language Department,
Room 104 South Wing.
bers and friends of our organization are urged to attend. Those unable
to come for supper may come later for the meeting.
Nur. X. Malik, President.
"Christianity as Creed and Doctrine" is the third of a series of public
lectures on "Changing Phases of the Christian Ideal" by Dr. G. G.. Atkins,
pastor of the First Congregational Church, Detroit, to be given on Monday,
December 6, at 4:15 p. m. in Room C, Law Building. These lectures are
under the auspices of the Michigan School of Religion. The public is cor-
IrellProof Decorations at Parties:
In planning parties in non-fireproof buildings at which decoratiouns
will be used, attention is called to the fire regulations which require
At only a slight additional expense, fireproof decorations can be ob-
tained which will comply with the fire regulations in this respect.
E. C. Pardon, Supt.; Buildings and Grounds Dept.
I Bureau of Appointments-F, G, H and I:
All candidates enrolled with the Bureau of Appointments whose names
I begin with F, G, H or I are requested to call at the office, Room 102, Tappan
Hall, for interviews this week. Office hours for this purpose will be held
from 10:30 to 12:00 a. m. and 3:00 to 4:00 p. m., December 7, 8, 9, 10.
,Junior Research Club:
The regular meeting of the Junior Research Club will be held on Tues-
day, December 7, at 7:30 p. m. in Room 162 N. S. Initiation of members
recently elected will take place at this meeting.
W. E. Bachmann, Secretary.
Men's Educational Club:
Dean Whitney will speak to the Men's Educational Club, Monday, De-
cember 6, at 7:00 p. m., in Room 304 Michigan Union, on "Professional
Training of Teachers at the University of Michigan."
All men interested in education are invited.
J. D. Cooper, President.
Players' Club will meet Wednesday, December 8, in Room 406 University
Hall at 7:30. Students actively interested in dramatics are invited to
tryout for membership in the club. Come prepared to read or give from
memory, a short selection. Those who wish to tryout are requested to be
present at 7:15.
Kappa Kappa Psi:
Regular meeting Sunday, December 5, at 5:00 p. m. in Room 308, Michi-
gan Union. Candidates will be elected at this meeting for initiation before
C. C. Hostrup.
Work Urges Care In
(By Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, Dec. 4.-A warning
to Congress to judge sharply in weigh-
ing the question whether guardian-
ship of natural resources of the United
States should be turned over to the
states, was delivered yesterday by
Secretary Work. Writing to Chair-
man Sinnot of the House public lands
committee, the interior secretary
1placed a value of $13,697,500,000 on
the domain which proposed legislation
would entrust entirely or in part to the
sovereign states. The pending bill,
he warned, jeopardized the whole fi-
ture of national conservation.
The program worked out in t
administration of President Roosevc It,
said Secretary Work, provided that
1 52 per cent of the receipts under the
leasing laws should finance reclaima-
tion in the western states.
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The Club meets' Monday, Dec
p. m. Professor Palyi of the U
Problem of European Debts." Al
in Economics and Business Admi
Michigan Daies Meeting:
The Michigan Dames will hol
December 7, at promptly 7:45 o'cl
226 South Ingalls Street. Profes
Department, will speak on his r
talk with moving pictures taken b
to be prompt in their attendance.
The Physics Colloquium willr
in Room 1041, New Physics Buil
fessor from the University of Ma
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:ember 6, at the Michigan Union at 7:45 FOR NEW AIR LINEtyfs
nive'rslty of .erlin will speak on "The
1 faculty members and graduate students HONOLULU, Dec. 4.-Word has ]i
inistration are invited. been received from Washington that
Edmund E. Day. a dirigible air line operating on a
36-hour schedule between Hawaii and
California may become a reality in
d their next meeting on Tuesday evening, 1928. According to the Washington
ock in the Faculty Women's Club Rooms,
sor William H. Hobbs of the Geological dispatch, plans are being formulated
ecent trip to Greenland, illustratinig the by naval aeronautical engineers for "
y his Expedition. All members are urged !atwo air cruisers of 6,000hcubic feet
'capacity, construction of which wasj_
authorized by the last session of Con- I
Xrs. Carl L. Whitchurch, President. gress. The two dirigibles will be two,
and a half times the size of the Los
Angeles, and will have a carryihg ca-
meet at 4:15 p. m., Tuesday, December 7, pacity of 80 tons of passengers and i=200 Mixed Voices 150 Children's Voices
ding. Mr. J. M. Nuttall, Exchange Pro- freight in addition to ,fuel and crew. ____q
nchester, England. will speak on B-rays HANKOW, Dec.,4.-Last minuteef- Frederick Alexander, Conductor
s. All interested are cordially invited to forts to prevent ageneral anti-foreign
strike here, originally set to begin
W. F. Colby. today, were made last night. Old Noels in Latin, French, Russian, English.
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D ondb er6 Tues. ThursSat. Auditorium, Ypsilanti, Thursday, Dec.9, 8 P. M.
PLAYHOUSE 50c and 75c
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MISS BONSTELLE PLAYS -
in Frances Hodgson Burnett's Unusual Play
oonday, December 6 t1R
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-. FIRST PERFORMANCE --- clusive with the Arthur M.
William L. Lewis, Jr., '29
Student who will play the rob
"Juhe," the leading lady, in F
Page Stuff," the 21st Michigan U
opera which opens tomorrow at
Whitney theater. The photograp
taken from the golf number, on
the features of the production.
Professor John S. Worley will lecture in Room 411, West Engineering
Building at 10 a. m. Monday, December 6th, and 10 a. m. Tuesday, Decem-
ber 7th, on Transportation. His lecture on Monday'will be on Early Wheel-
ed Veicles and his Tuesday lecture on Early Boats. All members of the
senior Civil Engineering class are requested to attend. Classes in all Civil
Engineering subjects scheduled at these hours will be dismissed. Students
taking work in other departments at these hours must arrange for excuse
in the usual manner, if they desire to attend.
H. E. Riggs.
Our last meeting before the Christmas vacation will be held Sunday,
December 5, (today), at 6 p. m. in the Auditorium of Lane Hall. Supper
will be served. Our speaker will be Mrs. J. W. Emerich, an authority on
world problems and leader of the International Forum held last summer
at Chautaqua Lake, New York. Her subject will be "Current Progress To-
ward World Peace;" Mrs. Emerich's wide experience in other lands, notably
in Turkey and the Near East, where she did relief work during the Great,
War, enables her to speak with authority upon such a subject. All mem-
ATKINS TO SPEAK
"Christianity as Creed and Doc-
trine" will be the subject of the thirdI
Ann Arbor -lecture by the Rev. G. G.
Atkins, pastor of the First Congre-
gational church of Detroit, at 4:15
o'clock tomorrow in room C, Law
building. The lecture, which is be-
ing sponsored by the School of Re-
ligion, will be a continuaton of ,Rev-
erend Atkin's discussion of 'The
Changing Phases of the Christian
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