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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 19.2

THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY. MARCH S. 1928
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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN ITO CONSTRUCT
Publication in the Bulleti is corstructive notice to all members of iROO~1 AS E P[II
the University. Copy receive d by the Assistant to the President until
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Volume S.

TlUUil ,DAY, MARCH S.

!timber 11.9.

UDiversity Lecture:
Professor Chancey Juday, of the Uniiver°sity of Wisconsin, will speak on
the subject "Recent Aspz'c~s of' Linmnology," Friday, March 9, at 4:15 p.m., in
the Natural Science Audtorium. The p)ublic i"; cordia.'y invited.

fCollege QO'f Egineering Andl
D~epalrtm1enIt To Study Ca
Of Rmad Breakup In Spr.
ITSPRACTICALLY NEV
Announcement has just bee

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Ti', . R obbinis. by Roger L. Morrison, associ
fessor of highway engineeri:
Foeurthi SpanihLecture: acl oo ojhesuyo
The next Spanish lecture of the Sociedad Ilispanica Series will be given! codtionfwhicheofficial of
by Prof. Gustavo Maldonadlo<At 4:15 o'clock, Thursday, March 8, Room;onioswchffiasf
2003 Angeil Hall. His siubjeod will be "La Nueva Colomzbia." This lecture will jlege of Engineering, and tl
highway department have br
b-e illustrated. sidering for many months, h
Juiio del Toro', approved and will be constri
Univrsit Womn: ithe East Engineering building
A meeting for all women in the Iniversity will be held in the Union Ball- near future.
room tonight under the auspices of the Women's League. President Little The breakups which occur i
willspea atthistime EEreads in the spring have long
willy speak, P eatenthisme'timag.. iserious problem, not only in t
Bett Nut, PesientWomn's eage. of Michigan, but in many oth(
1,iniversity Women: jas well, and the exact reasonf
The regular Advisers' Tea will be given today from 3:80 to 5 o'clock in breakups is still obscure.
the arlrs o Babou Gynmas~m.Girls of Jocelyn, Jo)nes, Kelsey, Lash, have also been made of concre
Loatherman, Lz wis, and 1,1iirt houses are invited as -:special guests. adi stogtta nbt
Beatrice WV. Johnison. roads the breakups and craclk
roads are dlue to sub-soil coed
Second Semester Freshmeitn anid First Semiester Sophomores: To further the investigate
All those having the necessary average for initiation into Phi Eta Sigma remedy of this situation, the cc
will please report at D~ean Blursley's office, Room 2, University Hail to pay the will be built jointly by the Uz
$7.50 initiation and banquet fee before Saturday noon, March 10. For any and the State highway dep;
further information call Emory Nunneluy, 6464. anti will he under the superN
Leoniard A. Sceiele, President. Ie Prof. Morrison and a man f
taehighway department. T
Senior Education Clayss Representatives: will be approximately 12 feet
Thera. will be an important mneeting of all Senior Education Class Repre-an it will be possible to s,;
'entatives on Thursday, March 8 at 7:30 o'clock in Room 109 Tappan Hall. temperature of 0 degrees Fal
All members please be present. or lower for an indefinite pE
Paulinte ?oller, Secretary, the room. Conditions causing
"frost boils" in roads will
(coloxy 31Laboratory ;Seetions: produced as nearly as possible
The makeup examination on the minerals will be given Saturday morning, conditions of absorbtion in1
March 10, at 10 o'clock in Room 3055 N.S. and water that cause the spriD.1.C a m n ifclis wl et oogl
('hriti: n Scence ctgated-. if a successful disco
3hitu ceneScey made, authorities say that
Christian Science Society of the University of Michigan meets tonight at prove extremely valuable for
7:30 in *the Upper Room of Laze Hall. tire country.
Alice Louise Fouch, Secretary. I For the last two years the
city of Michigan has been leaf
League for Industrial Demtocracy : vestigations in this field, a
There will be a meeting of the league on Thursday, March 8, at 8 p.m., latest development will put
at the Labor Temple, 207 bast Washington. Prof. Z. C. Dickinson, of the ahead of its competitors. T:
economics department, will deliver an address on "'What is Industrial room is practically a new 1(d
W~mocracy?", Everyone interested is invited. the University of Michigan wvil
Charles D. Breitel. only educational institution
Tolstoy League: iUnited., States.
Mr. A. E. Wadsworth will lecture Thursday, March 8, at 4: 15 o'clock-____________
in Room 231 Angell Hall on "B~aha'iism, a Movement of the New Era." The
public is cordially invited. 1

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INENORAND BACKER OF MOTOR IFRD GIVES TALK I ane is sometimes nuliied by the
CO D' DEFENDS ST/ND AGAINST C I I IM O INTELLIGENCE to is soial envronent."p himsef
professor Ford explained his con-
_. - -"Success seems to have a definite clusion by citations from his investi-
y5 f , ' .r>correlation with scholarship and in- Igations andl those of other psycol-
telligence," Prof. Adelbert Ford of the 'oists, who have conducted intel-
Ilighiwa ~ sychology department sttd uesa lgence tests. Professor Ford's own
i 'investigation with Michigan alumni
iitzwe evening at a. meeting of te Hillelj rovealed that students participating
foundation at the Foundation house, in outside acivities had better aver-
"However," he qualified, "scholarship age success as measured by a money
V IDEA-, "'"IE does not insure success as its import-; standard.
!en made 2
iapro- =.~ The Patsy says: "All the world's a stage but
sub-soil 0
the Col-.!U
he State ::>0:' r
een con- h
as been . U L . L A
"ucted in WL L'
g in the
ngravelI
he state~ -A.rw A
er states
for these__________________ ___)
te roads QC (^l TOCVKCSVASON~
types of Lester J. Hendershot and 1. Parr feat, inventor and his business i 'i is of th
softemanager, respectively, of a new motor describedl as being fuelless,
itions. w-ich they have defended against attacks that have been made
ion and recently. Hendershot dclared that, "The Iast model of my motor Q
old room was built at Washington nder the uprevision of army officers. I merely di- BigRea
niversity rected the general ideas of construction. I've had to watc'h my step because 7th Bi eeA T h RelTucese
artment, there were people who whanted to steal my ideas and the results of my ef- Aavez'zeSucs s
vision of forts."
rom the _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ __ _ _ _I
'he room
tsquare R P IIGP
ustain aa
,hrenhemtn. TONIGHT at 8 f
eriod in We are the AF utflnri :ed Dealers for
g spring
be re- vrbo yi sen
ing road 14
ineyi i Although one year old, this "Baby" Royal has outsold Adorable
it wil all other portables. 'lnE BABY." Call and see why.
ding ill Rider's Pen FRA CES
n d i s ,P M 1t t fa r j3 1 5 S . S t ia te S "
'he cold I e .
lea, and Phone 8o oo
1 be the i.1
in the ! PEN AKES
in Barry Conners' Rdiot of Laughter V
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BE SURPRISED AT WHAT 50c WILLBUY
i8 I d"22fX E',-- -
'1 "Elsie Herndon Kearns is more than an actress and_
a great artist. Like Merton in "Merton of the Movies,'
RGIAMEP T A she is my ideal-ii acticaily!
the American Museum E-, Pedifion to Green-40-
s ~"r fire, the passion of her ice-cold eyes, her Irshl:
1926, and Baffin Islamd Expedition, 1927 auburn hair make her quite the most fascinating womanM
.M+ I have ever met. And there is fun in Elsie Kearns, too

"rj -in the twist of her rather bitter smile--with always t
Lecture Illustrated lii Reliarkable a Dint of a fury behind that could tear us all from C
lM/otion Pictures VO the ground we walka on."-Robert Henderson. $
affn ~ad nd ey nd,,Every Adit, inceludinig Suanday at S:00-Mic, 75c, $1. Wed.
' Mat, at 3:00-Entirc House ')0c; Sat. _Mimi. at '3:00-59c, 75c.
torium - Tuesday, March 13 - 8 P.M.Nt(hn48)
$4 Nx Week-Elsie Herndon Kearns in
.Single Admissions $1.00® "Hedda Gabler" .
'Tickets Admit At SMater's,_____________________
p~xtRj~auO:qSIgs Asiud aqjL-« japvr sa~p u Aej

InterraL Friendship 1Lecture:
Dr. W. E. Burghardt Du Bois, author, editor of "The Crisis~," will lecture
on "Racial Segregation," Saturday, March 10, at 4:15 p.m., in Natural
Science Auditorium. Admission 25 cents. Auspices. Negro-Caucasian Club!
Donald F. WiLte.
FORMER UNIVERSITY REGENT WRITES
BOOK ENTITLED "THE EARTH UPSET S"I

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"The earth tips over. It is tliping
all the time. It upsets." Thus statesj
Chasa S. Osborn, author, explorer,'
and ex-governor of Michigan, in his
recent book entitled "The Earth. Up-
sets."
Mr. Osborn was Regent of the Uni-
versity from 1908 to 1911, and receiv-
ed his L.L.D. degree from this Uni-
versity in 1911. He was elected gov-;
ernor in 1911 and served one term.
Since that time he has traveled con-
siderably and written several \books,
among which are "*The Iron H-untei',"
"Madagascar, Land of the Man-Eating
Tree," and, "A Short History of Mich-
igan."f
"The earth is a drunked, staggering
thing that falls over and down and
climbs up and is the greatest acrobat
we know anything about." This is
another startling assertion made by
Mr. Osborn. "The revolutions of the
earth are almost, if not exactly, like
the shinning of a baseball when
thrown by Walter .Johnson. Since
the orbit of the earth is quite a curve,
it might be intelligent to think of the
earth as a ball brown through spac,
by the Master Pitcher, in the WVorld
series."
The imaginary axis, points out Mr'.
Osborn, is not perpendicular, It is
tilted to the eastward of north. An-
other interesting fact is that the earth
tilts more in this dir'ection all the
time. The departure from the p~er-'
pendicular Is a mile a year. If this
keeps up. it would take tl~e earth 24,-
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000 years.
As to the question as to what be-
comes of life on the earth if it turns
entirely over, Mr. Osborn answers
that there is a region that is constant-
ly temperate, both north and south
of the always changing equator.

000 years to turn completely over',
thus bringing a glacial era every 24,-

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