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Pl'IDAY, JANV'AnY 28, 1927
B UL LE TI N
T WO0("YOUTHS AT _HEAD OF REVLT MICHIGAN.ALUCM NUS R-EADS PA PER
AGISTE.CLISI EIO ON VALUE OF IRES!EARCHWOKA
ANNUAL CONVENkfTON 0OF ENGINEERS"
Publication in the B~ulletin is construictive 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). Copy~must be typewritten.
Volume T11 FRID)AY, JANUARY ?S, 1,927 ])umber ,D1
Further Change, Facilty fleeting, College of Literature, Science send thle Arts:
Another change hids been necessary in the date of the p~ostponed faculty
meeting. It wil be held definitely Tulesday evening, February 1, in Room
2225 Angell Hall, at 7:30 P. M.
John iIL .Efingier.
The Building and Grounds Department is compelled to make certain
repairs and will therefore be0 unable io funish compressed air to any
building from 7 o'clock Thursday, January 27, to 7 o'clock Monday, Jan. 31.
Herbert G. Watkins, A ssist ant Secretary.
Library Coimmiittee, CoIle4'e of Llterat, rv, Ccience and the Arts :
There wil be a meet'tng of the Library Comlmittee of the College of
Literature, Science and the Arts at. 4 P'. M. (In Tuesday, February 1.
Members of the Faculty having requests to lay bdrre this Committee are
asked to do so in writing before noon of Monday, January 31.
VWin.,IV. Bishop, Librarhin.
Dr. John Johnston, Professor of Physical Chemistry, Yale U~niversity,
will. speak on "Some Criteria of Purity of Organic Comnpoundls" on Friday,
January 28, at 4:15 P. MV., Room 165 Chemistry Building. The 1 }cture will
be of interest to students in chemistry, chemical engineering and physics.
Others .are also cordially, invited.
James F. Firestone, 'i n fow chier
e gineer of the Bceckwii conipany t'
lDowagiz c, vost erda " rsetda ii2e
on t he value o_ research, as age~
speaker at a Fsessti of the Ameri]'c"t i
S)ciety ofhTting nilenti 1 llaing i
Enginers, hic-is nowhodn is
33rdl annual convent ion at St.Iois
"The value of technical researc to
the manufacturer is untold," acc-ord-i
lng to Mr. Firestone.. "Ins. t.;Ive.
genius, certified by good business .is,'
constantly at work and the manufac-
turers are constantly in search for
new ideas from which profits can be
made. -It is b~eing realized mnore and
more than technical research, carried'
on in an impartial aud unb~iased;
method, proves the value or the worth-
lessness of an idea and broadens the
I use of the ideas that are submitted
The value of any research program+
is commensurate with the good it die-1
velops for humanity, and it goes with-
out saying that unless the resea.rchl
work provides some improvement inj
existing conditions, it has no useable
laein the ciicu, umof the busi-
ai I:d( by I elhni cal ,t rsearh itt a.
prgaiOf this ~ aatrbcmsOr!
S t ude., i OfFCaOfdai
Pltan N ational Bod.y
MNT REAL., h:n. 27.-A national1
union of Cni students may bel
formned, shniuilar to the nztional unionI
of EnglandI 6i d Waesand 1the ;I
Nationail tudn t Fedt l er-a tion of Ame-
rica. Iteprese(nta lives of eleven Cana-
dan colleges andl universities met in
Montreal to decide whether the project
is feasible. If teii schools decide for
the lau the union will be formed.
Subscribe for The '7i.chigan Dally.
To All Hfous0 Presidents:
Signing-out slips for- December are due in the Office of Advisers
Women before February 5. The following houses have not handed
their slips for December:
AMoan Howvser Secott
Augspurger ' Jocelyn Schwart zbeck
Blackaller Keppel Sheahan
Coon Leatherman Vogt
Aauner McEachran 0(I'4 o
Eastman McNeill Betsy Barbour
Fawcett Mason HleenNexvberry
Feiner Matthias Martha Cook
Frink O'llara Chi Omega
Hall Probst Collegiate Sorosis
Hanselman bock IKappa Alpha Theta
HIor'en Sadler Kappa Kappa Canm:
Jose F. Gandora Ree('aprist an Giarza
Il Paso business man, who is p}ro- Thity years old, who is provisional
claimed rebel military leader. le is
the son of a formner Mexican Supretrne ,lnrzesidotcw of Mexico's latest insurrec-
court justice, and has' been in busi-= inHehsenacvencvlad
ness in El Paso for 13 years. Ile is political life of Mexico for the past 10
also 30 years old. years.
! Grad uat'Womien's Clai
The club will be the guests of Dean and Firs. Lloyd at a tea, Saturday
at 3:30 P. Ml., at 1735 Washtenaw Avenue. There wil-~ h eeto.o
officers for the ~,3can semester. Graduate women sire cordially invited.
Jame S. Ili gate.
A FEW GOOD/
Norma llJ ansicid, A ssistanit.
Adviser (A Women.
History 5i-Final Examination February 2, 9-112:
Mr. Manyon's sections in Natural Science auditorium;
sections in Room 1025 Angell Hall; Mr. Scott's sections in
Alumni Memorial Hall. Prestoni
Pi Dltia Kappa Bainquaet:
1 Due to necessary limited reservation for t he Educational banquet to
i be heild at the Union at 6 o'clock this evening, those desiring tickets should
m vake early application to Mr,. Root, Secretary, Room 106 Tappan Hll, or
T71reasurer C. F. Reeks. The speakere of the evening is Dr. Otis IV. Caldwell,.
An inf ormual function. a ht'ft1A. Iloi11"Presidenit.
S Los son.
Phychology of Educfation, C-1. 9 O'clock section, T-Tli-S,
Make-up examination fors all students having unfinished work in this
course; Saturday, January 29, at 9 o'clock. M~ust be written in "Blur~books."
1IL A. II 4)la, In struct or.
College of Literature, kcutence,'and the Arts-; Depnitment of hteui':
Examinations in courses 1, 2, , 4, 7, and 51 will be held Tuesday,
February 1, 2 to 5 P. Ml. according to th following seliedeic':
Courses 1 2, 3, 4, and 7:
Asst. Prof. Coe's sections, 25 Angell H-al.
Asst. Prof. Anning's sections, 1035 Angeli [[all.
Asst. Prof. Nyswander's sections, 35 j'ng1ell Hall.
Asst. Prof. Wilder's section, We ;t (Gallery, Alumni 11emorialILil
Mr. Peterson's' section, Natural Science .Auditorium.
Mr. Field's sections, 1025 Angell Hall.
Mr: Raiford's section, 231 Angell Hall.
Mr. Craig's section, 35 Angell Hall.
Dr. Kokoincor's sections, 1025 Angell Hall.
Mfr. Cohen's sections, 25 Angell Hall.
Mr. Sheffer's sections, Natural Science Auditorium.
Mr. Bushey's sections, 231 Angell Hall.
Mr. Jones' section, Natural Science Auditorium.
Mr. Selheimer's section, 1035 Angell Rall.
All sections, NVest Gallery, Alumni Memorial Hall.
All students taking course 51 and any of the other courses lief=d above
will take the examination in course _1, 2, 3, 4, or 7 as scheduled and report
for the examination in course 51 at 7 P. M.,rTuesday, February 1 in Room
3003 Angell Hall. 1 V'l. W.lover, 'aaairaiai.f
Choral Uion Conceert:
The following program wil be given by Fritz Kreisler, violinist, in the
Choral Union Series, Hill Auditorium, Monday evening, January 31i, at
8:00 o'clock. Holders of course tickets are asked to present for admission
coupon No. 5: Kreutzer Sonata (Beethoven) ; Adagio and Fugue, G minaor
(Bach); La Folia (Theme and Variations) ((Corelli) ; Variations (Tartini);
Andante' cantabile (Tschaikowsky) ; Lotusland (Cyril Scott-Kreisler) ; Fn
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S tc:z' s P'rns and:: Pencils
All Ualai f or the,
4 '4Xgic and JLce j.:yurhIt
y _ or, 01 ,Cvrlaudl Limit-
E u chiarigeabi^c wkhin thirty days at
for our r4 nilar'pens if thcey fail to
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('dl, A franascoigtiueatal
ex.'css takes iproiud
Utii'into a iv W orld
In :a film hit£from lacli-
ci ('rothers' grzat stage
bateau (Debussy) ; Frasquita Serenade
(Manuel de Falla-Kreisler).
(Lehar-Kreisicr) ; D)anse espagnole
Charles A. Sink, Secretary.
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C. Of C. Membership~
Teams Raise $16,430
Majors and captains of teams se-
curing memberships for the Chamber
of Commerce expansion campaign re-'
ported at a meeting last evening that G
Pledges amounting to $16,4g) have
been mnade, andl $4,992 in cash has
been taken in. The quota set by the
Chamber of Commerce is $18,100.
The1noney is to be used for the bet-
terment of both business and civic
interests of the city of Ant Arbor.
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