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TIIURSDAY, JANUAI

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. i. (11:30 a. mn. Saturdays). Copy must be typewritten.
Volume V1I IT!R ',1)JAY, J:.N .RY 13, l6?Xki i.
University Lecture:
Mr. Gorhamn Munson of New York City will spe k 121 >81 iur81 ;in-.
Auditorium on Thursday, January 13, at 4:15 P. 2M., o the subject "Newer
Movements in American Letters: What do They Mean and VWhat May We
Hope From Them?"B«
The public is cordially inviter".
U11iv'ersity Senate:
The second regular meetinig of the University S ate for the Year
1926-1927 will be held in Room C, Law Building, on Monday, January 17,
at 4:15 in the afternoon.
Order of business:
I.Annual Report of the Beard in Control of Athletics.
IL. Consideration of the question of Boldig a covocaton fcr the
presentation of degrees at the end of the first semester.
III. Discussion of the legislative program.
John W. radl' 1 Secr1ary o h Seriae.
Sophomores of the Colege of Literalture, S 7ence, and the Arts:
Sophomores who have failed to arrange for consultation with the
Upperclass Advisory Committee in regard to their elections for the second
semester should do so at once calling at the Recorder's Offic, Room 4,
University Hall.
C. C. 31elohe, Chairman.
Theatre and the Drama:
Mr. Gorham B. Munson, critic and interpreter of the modern arts, will
speak in University Hall auditorium on Friday, 4:15 P. M., on " A Theatre
For Us," under the auspices of the Public Speaking Department. Theatre
arts and play production students, also students of the drama in the
Department of Rhetoric and of English Literature are particularly invited.
R D '. bolister.
Play Construction:
The following course will be offered in the second semester:
English 144. Play construction. Three hours, to be arranged. Mr.
Haines.
This course is designed for students interested in the writing of
dialogue intended for actual dramatic presentation. The work will con-
sist in the study of modern plays which have been produced and in the
preparation of manuscripts. Open only to students securing permission.
Students may consult with Mr. Haines on Monday, Wednesday, and Fridak,
2-4 P. M., in Room 306 Medical Building.
Louis IV. Strauss.
Geology 31:
Make-up laboratory sections in Geology 31 will be conducted Friday,
January 14, and Wednesday, January 19, from 2 to 4 in Room 325 N. S.
These will be the only regular make-up sections given.
IV. It. Hobbs.
First Year Men Students:
All first year students who plan to take R. . T. C. courses for the first
time beginning the second semester may now fill out enrollment cards at
the R. O. T. C. office. Enrollment may be made in the Infanty, Coast Artil-
lery Corps, Signal Corps or Ordinance Units.
Reinold Melberg.
Zoological Journal Club:
The Zoological Journal Club will meet in room 242 Natural Science
Building, Thursday, January 13, at 7:30 P. M. Professor Paul S. Welch
will give an account of his recent visits to zoological institutions in Europe.
All interested are cordially invited to be present.
Frankk N. Blanchard.
Varsity Glee Club:
There will be a rehearsal of the Glee Club at the Union tonight at
seven o'clock.
L. Stuart Ii ulnan, Mianager.
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Regular radlo telephone service between N~ew York and London has
become a ireality aftr yer C fc effor t. The charge tor three ninutes is
$75, plus $25 for each additional min ute or fraction. Photo shows tras-.
mitting antenna at Rocay Point, near Houston, Maine, where the telephone
wires end and radio begins.
A eronaiitical Society:
All members of the Aeronautical Society meet at Rentschler's Studio
Friday at 12:30 for 'Ensian picture. George Hlineinan, President.
Geological Journal Club:
The club will meet in Room 436 N. S. Bldg. a-t 7:30 P. M. this evening.
Dr. Hobbs will review sonic of ithe more imlportan1t papers readl at the
Philadelphia meeting. Dr. Cook and Dr. Scott will review some of the
papers read at the Madison meeting of the G. S. A.
IV. A. Ver Wiebe, Secretary.
University Girls' Glee Club:
The group pietur~e for the Michiganensian will be taken at 12:30,
Thursday, January 13, in the Rentschler Studio, 31.9 E. H~uron street.
Mary Kent-Miller, President.
Portia Literary Society:
The group picture for the Michiganensian will be taken Friday, Janu-
ary 14, at 12:40 P. M., at Dey's Studio. -
31iriam 31 Olden, President.
GARGOYLE STAFF chosen for the literary staff are Philip
A DDITION s MADE Crane, '29, Stuart Clayton, '27, Rich-
ard Lut es, 'p8, Phebe Morse, '28,eld
Eight appointments to the Gargoyle win F. Forbes, '29, and Lester Kauff-
staff were announced last night by| muan, '28. Kenneth Holmes, '29A, and
Robert Swinehart, '27, literary editor, Louis Spading, '28, were added to the
andl Fred hill, '27, art editor. 'Those art staff.
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OWVNER IS QUESTIONED' SECRET ENVOY
IN THETRDISASTER

Spectators Were Standing In Balcony
Of Show Where 77 D)ied; Witnesses
Testify In Fire InquiryI
BURY FORTY VICTIMS
(By Associated Press)
MONTREAL, Jan. y2.--Spectators
were standing in the rear aisles of
the balcony of the Laurier Moving
Picture theater Sunday when the fire,
and stampede which caused the death
of 77 little children occurred. his
was the testimony of two boys and
one man before the fire commissioner
yesterday at the inquiryinto the dis-
aster.
Little evidence was given as to the
cause of the blaze, beyond that it had
started in the balcony.
Ameen Lawand, proprietor of the
theater, was closely questioned by the
an atacounsel, attorneys of the in-
surance companies and others repre-
senting families of children who had
lost their lives. Lawand said ie also
was the proprietor of a theater on'
Ontario street east, and a MountI
Royal avenue bowling alley and bil-
liard room. There had been fires at,
both theaters, at the bowling alley,1
and at factory .adjoining his home.
As to condemnation for infringe-

LIBRARIESUSE SHOWN
AMEIANA SSOCIAtIONX OF LIII-
STAkTISTICS
j (By Associated Press)
CHICAGO, Jan. 12.-The per capita
apportionment of books in American
and Canadian libraries is six-tentbis
of a volume per person for the 114,-
000,000 people, the American Library
association has found.
But the books are only available
to 64,000,000 persons; 50,000,000 (Io
not have public libraries. Pennsyl-
vania has 3,500,000 persons withot
public library service, and Texas has
3,300,000.
A two-year study of the library ards
its relation to adult education was
completed during the year, as was a
comprehensive survey of library work
throughoutie United States. hie
advance in education for librarian-
ship, in which the association hias
taken the leadership lately, was eviu
denced by the establishment of niew
schools for librarianship at Columbia
juniversity, and the University of
Michigan.
The Carnegie foundation set aside
$4,170,000 for library work during the
year, of which $1,000,000 went towards
the association's endowment, and $ 1,-
345,000 for its work.

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Gn 1). 1. SwInehart
Appointed high military adviser to
Marshal Chang-Tso-Lin, Chinese war
lord, is enroute to Washington on a
sere ission.

secret mission. SuhscrThe for the MIchIgan Daily.

there had been complaints at both
theaters for his admitting children
under 16, and at the Laurier Palace
theater for showing certain posters
and because people were permitted to
stand in the aisles.
Funeral services for more than 40
of the victims of the fire were con-
ducted yesterday at the Church of the
Nativity, to which parish most of the
dead children belonged,. No fewer.
than 57 of the 77 children who per-
ished were members of this parish.
BUCHAREST. - Rumania, with a
total note circulation of 21,000,000,000
lei, faces a budget of expenditure of
43,000,000,000.

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