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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TI-ES SAY, FT11PT-ARY 19. 192,

PACE EIGHT.....A...FEB.ARY .4, 192

DAI LY O rFFICIAL BULLETINK
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. mn. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday.)

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Voluille 8.

'II FI )AYDN, EBRUA{Y I.

'NumblIer 99.

I oneral 1Cominintet on the 1niv.ersihy College:
The eighth nmeei 7~ ;f thne Ucotl onnie on i. university College
will be held il Room D, Alumni Mbeorial 1Ial, at 4:15 p.m., on Tuesday,
February 14, 1928. (Note ('Iiaulge inl dat<.)
The revised report of the sub-coiiimitteca wxil e discussed.
Ira .1. S8itli, Secretary.
Faculty, College of Lit erature, Science and the Arts:
Faculty Program blanks have been (distributed through the Dean's mes-
senger service and al faculty members are requested to fill out the program
blanks and return thc 11 to this office at their 'earliest convenience. Addi-
tional blanks may be secured by phoning the office.
11. J. Corbin, Secretary to the Dean.
Bureau of Appoin'tmnids:
All candidates enrolled with the Bureau of' Appointments should call
at the office this week to fill out Location Blanks for the second semester.
The office will 1)e open from 8 to 12 a. m., and 1:30 to 5 p.m., daily, with the
exception of Saturday afternoon.
Melen R. Sambaugh.
\li. J. . ,C.(hainpenois, olicial11ecturer of the Alliance Fra ca ie, will
g ivehe third lect(ure1 on t Ii { 'cyle Fra caise program : ''.Juils Rena rd,
hume'lste franlca is^t'', uda y, leruary 14, at 4:15 o'clock, in Room 102.
AngelVall.
Tickt- or te leWlole seris of iect rc:; id plays imiay 1be proued fromn
i lie secretariy of thei;' omlan t' Lang~uage 1 vniln 't11, Room 10, South 'Wing
or at the door1. Rene "hlaimen.
Air. J.1.W. Ih lle'siot ofthe L ,oyeai 'ITire 0an(1 itiber (Compan, Aron,
0., will he founid in itooiii 221, West Enugineerinug Building, Tuesday md
WVednesday, F ehnraiy If aJ 11 1.,, fort liipurpose of initer'view~in;g those i-
terest 0(e11 in osilionis with t his coinpa nv.. I.C. Aldr~ol.
iacth'&'% ;' l;lalanic IILai ; UICi CI'e°:::
M~ir. Job ia II nt oftthe Elhii ring I )partnicnt o flethenl']cral Alot01crc
I 'oflpafly will speak lx(oni'' l('( 1t iydt he01 ii0Aut obile'" 4)('101'(a eeting
ci 11be Stini , l( ram h (f the Amin: (all Insti(.t li o1 Nl lical I Liioers at
:30, February 1a~, in fihe Natural S)cienlce Auditoriuml.
a mlovilig Ipi -fil- siwwi'llg powel' plant (olistlictioni by Stone and
tr,'e1s. ,Inlc., NWilt Is tiO'A'.i . Iper'son- Swho are iterel'sted.ale ivited.
L .1. fal 'l, (Chairmian.
4,Pe cii t31and 32:
Thie snake-upi e "iinnation in th ese two courses will 1)e held FYbi'ay S
at 9 a.m., 4200 Augt I1 IHll. Linel rocker.
1 rre:'hriicn H 1yi :1w Lectnre:
The fourth lVOSbin~l leture 10(1i yglieefir 11)(11will 1)e given in XWaer-
miin a n Ylnlsium,'ii, Il~nca and l "ridg y, February 1 Ii and 17, at 3, 4, and 5
1;.n1. This r'equiremntl inclIues all freshmen in thle regular physical trian-
in g groups and others; that have eenl exclused from these groups.
4.xeo. A. May.
Illreace:ITcaclihg:-
l rucation lDt00 wvill this week rin: t 'Wednesday at 4 o'clock and not on
'i'ulesdlay. Raleigh Schorlig.
Zoology 3V (Heredity):
The seating list will remain posted until 8:45 a.m., Tuesday, near Room
2091, Natural Scienco Building. Please go to the auditorium before 9 o'clock
and ascertain precisely where your seat is, to save time in starting the
lecture.
The -list will not be accesaible at the lecture. A. Franklin Shull.
Zoclogy 136:
Zoology 136 (Humnan Anatomy) will not be offered during the present
semester.
G. Crl Huber.
A. G. iutive i.
E'.ngineering fleblat p'Society:
Engineering D~ebating Society meets Tuesday, February 14, 1928, 7:30
p.m., Michigan Union, Roo.nx 304.' F. N. Menefee.
Collo'juilinIll iAppliedl Mechanics:
The first meeting will be hld on Thursday, February 16, in Room 229,
IWest Engineering Building, starting promptly at 7:30 p.m. Professor A. F.
Sherzer of the Mech aical Illine:'iing Department will deliver a paper on
"'The Fund amenntal. 'rl ory of Centrifugal Pums.'' All interestedl are cord-
ially invited to attend. V. .. Cates, Secretary.
Physics Colloquium:
Mr. W. H. Bennett will speak on "The Electric Moment of the Sulphur
Complex," and Mr. Hi. N. Nielsen on "nterferlance Phenomena in the Infraied
Absorption or Crystals," Tua-dayv at 4:15 o'clock in Room 1041.I aet Physics
B uilding. All interesit"d are ecordial ly invited. 11. 11. IDeun i:o.
RegularI' me'till gxVil be ii ld 'u esday, Febru, i'y 14, at 8 p.m.. in 3 2011
Angell hll. ANm. K eza iiu'i' will prvi'entl, '"On I oncl'Clrinc'llliple of (Cn-
tinunit y.''All in I esI tiare c'd ially invit ed. D.W.lenon.
Tucsda y evening, Febia a ry Id. at 7:30 o'clock iiifloo in ('hCemnist ry
Building', ?i. Robert. J. Ruin o'8the scintific sta~f of E. IR. Squibbl and Sols
'v-iii address thle cln ii "ci ' mnia it;r from the Laboratory St andpint.' Several
12015 of ot 1ion picit ures wil e sed to illustracteOwtheaddress. M Iemblers
of the club andU all othirsrilinorI er.'i r c (ordially viiivitedl to lie pesent
I.,('. Byce. lPre idet.

Womnen's EduicationalI Club:
There wiii be a meeting' of the 'Women's h ducat jonl C'ub at 4 Im., en
'Wednesday, February 15, at the Faculty Women's Club r'oem:- at 2 26t' oath
Ingalls. Mrs. Shambaugh, Secretary of the Bureau 01 A ppoint in I '. witl
leadI anlinformal discussion on the prlob~lem's0ofipei'sonlland1(1 xx' n ippI 1iJ -
c'ation's for teaching posit1ions.
lien's Pbysical Education C(lb:
The next meeting of the M~en's Physical Education Club will be hi(ld to-
mnorrow evening in Room 20, Waterman Gymnasium, at 8 o'clock. . Wilbar'
9 hav en w\ill be the principle speaker and his subjec't is "Hei Vl;cI W'-
Iii Athletics." All members are asked to be pi'esent.
Quarterdeck :
There will b)e a mneeting at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday, February 14, in Roomn
300 of the Michigan Union. E. It. Laile.
Adelphi IGnstp of Rep esentat lies:
The House will conv'nre this evening at 7: 30 o'clock. The Bill1 for U is -
Cussion1 will 1)0"Resolved that this House Approves of the Univer'sity Calltjle
pis propcsed and urges its adoption by all the colleges alidt schools of' the
U'niversity." All 'members are requested to speak as the nature of the b ll,
is one demanding attention of all. An important executive session will follow
the open meeting. R. N. Sanderson, Speaker of the House.
AlIph.'i Nui
Et? ,och :y i ll Int'-t Tem y VF.blnnary 11, int'lh" 1, -,o Nm c c'm e
th e fou~rth lfcor of Aug'11 1Hall1 at'7: 30 o'clock. The a)'' 'r.,' ox v--t1i alcllode
the first interclass debate of the year between Siophoinores andt1' reshrnmen.
C'riticismns and aditioans to the &,b~ate by the society witlI follow.
All visitoi ndailprospective m('iebersaqte,,cu''Uially iiixit<'{ 10oat : i1id bs
'ointe(st (debaite.
'fryotts mmust be prepared to fivea' a-"nmlu k,,t'iress pm'o'i ly it,7
(,'loc'k, if Inot li-t xiousyiv 11111e. J ',~L( ''I tUdn
Insre xvii ':,a mar ling t'intli. l.t at 17:30 o'clcok uL<I t l:> ii: lb I al. tI1 10 h -'~r.
t7£'!Flt l i~b r' EQ~I
'f''oufl; for I itet1ciIi ~s'. (Whe ('jobil
o'clo(k in licoii 216, ;-;l~iool of iusich. ;i All '': ' ceh :t'.rtoIr
o ut. 1This Viii I '' the last oppor1t unity. Bin gyell]'.O\iiPN1'ic N '1xxisll.

'K'BERGIVES HIS
VIWSON SMITHf
(C :ii 1110(fromlPa ge One.)l
l;:.rciv inlIt o to, Po., as a victory for
r t e aut i-Sinith for'ces in the lire-coil-
vent 1: on skirmllisheos, since it means the
of thlg l Ile convenition in a sou1th-
eI' and anti-Smith atmosphere.
Xcxc tii IccMSr. Kimn'i' believes him
~u e de nlylissileDemocratic
cae'didate xr,-ii) o uld gather much
,I7lfil . , 091'>iUlx 0f the inlks otlf hs
cxxa prt Ilis conceded neverthe-
' :i,' s lieoi!, ''that. Smith would not
0a , agost of a c'hiance of election
if 1:17e Republtlic'an,- nominate Hoove'r.''
III sail0eas51t(r'nlintl(1ilists
wvhh 110os Hoover wvill also opposei
amid though heisnioimination would pos-
;lr £~lasce a disruption in the ranks
ort Lie p1,arty, it would probably be the
b eg inning of a progressive and liberal
Democracy' which would not be as in-
c ongr'icll s as tile present nor thren in-
-1c ~trial centers and the agricultural
cal. u !.i tesamevwinl.. The
-'~ tontl it ion is a. (coist antI source
U'weakness to the par'ty, and Smith,
'ikhis; long record of public serv-
it'.' E x tendlintg frela clerk in tile officeA
11 the Toni 111 yion~er' of .lloi''in Nexv
'i'm'k wup i Ii i gl l t' legislaturei o(f;
:'''x''York slate to(Itile go'vernor'shtip,
15 opeoth fe1 10(w oultstand1(ingperson1-
H ili ( 5 itI, lie sid t~It Ira(e, Ii the
pilai- f Ak'.iiber. lie representsc
<i ,1on p ) o'groxx'ing socii iial dpolit-
i ati iiitti orlalice in America---the.glil
ti 'li i; badits(origi1) inl cnlpai'at ively
ea~c t i unig"ral ioi~ nd mlllich is at -
a iiii aug gu' x mvig clreug 1 i in (lar 11ige
a do"I an ctecrs.
1f)Foo drich To Atte nd
'0 I'lie''.(Go(odr1'ihof IMlit'Law
'77r ' i ~el lecax' e l'er', ' :Clr}d V: 1Feb1. 1
_ l f+ 1 1 W'' 1 r(i i 1- . 1.* 'Va., to at-
;u(' W cali'''c 0' H t'ii c .11I'i'ttt't' of.
' A be.ll '' 'a-ll ax'v' md iti te. lt'ltiit
e t' i'tl a' sic l awsx' oniltie staCtute
'wok . o'''i'tig to iProfe'ssor' Good-
o It) 51 ga;st cliali ie5 V'llielwill ~ ido
I','v xiil tanyV coilflirts. The iies- I
'eilliS Will lot, ;1 tiire (lw"s.
1l'i''l'. l~udri NV, .Aiglesr oft' il Law',
Ii'):) Id rc'tlliu '1e8Sund(ay fr'om a sola'-
1 m Ili('('i titg at. thle 'We(t. Vii'gin ia
Nvlit were a iwecX %wao Spent by
1 one of the 1mitititte coln'nit!'ec in thle
10-t t'tillW 01 'iws.

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All ar'e invited.

"., Na its°1,,laaIz.

Sn iner EmIploy ment:I
Elmer R. Whitworthl, district m~an-
ager of the Buxton-Westermlan, is now
at Lane Hall for fouir days to inter'-
view students who ar'e interested in
summer emnployment. Office hours I
from 1 to 5 p.m.j
J1. A. Bursley.
NISSEN MADE CHAIRMANI
'William E. Nissen, '29, has been
appointed by the appointment com-
mittee at the Union to become chair-1
man of the reception. department of
the Union. Nissen has bleen connect-
ed with the Unioni for some time i'nI
the capacity of chairmani of the li-
brary committee antd Cornx'emly wras1
assistant, chai'rman of the meception
j lep am en't~t.

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Robert Henderson as Patiornkain
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