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Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to al
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)

Vol. 39.

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1929

University Lecture:
Mr. Arthur Guiterman, of New York, former president
Society of America, will give' a University lecture o
Laughter" in Natural Science Auditorium, Thursday, Fe
4:15 p. m. The public is cordially invited.
F.E
University Lecture:
Professor Farrington Daniels of the University of V
give a lecture, under the joint auspices of the Ameri
Society and the University of Michigan. on the subject,
Gas Reactions," Friday, March 1. at 4:15 p. m. in room 1
Building. The public is cordially invited.
F. E
Public Lecture Postponed:
The lecture by Hon. W. J. Cooper, the newly apj
Commissioner of Education, announced for March 1, at 4
been postponed until some future date.
C. Q. Davis,
Faculty, School of Education:
The staff dinner announced for Friday, March 1, at
is cancelled as Hon. W. J. Cooper, U. S. Commissioner
has postponed his visit here.
C. 0. Davis,
Student Recital:
Frances and Elizabeth Copeland, Juilliard Musical Foui
arship students of Guy Maier, will give the following prop
numbers at the University School of Music hall on Mayne
Thursday evening, Feb. 28, at 8:00 o'clock sharp. The put
No admission charge.
Saint-Saens: Minuet and Gavotte; Mozart: Andante;
Scherzo; Bach: Goldberg Variations; Parrish: Valse Vie
ecke: Gondoliera; Guion-Frantz: Turkey in the Straw;
pana.

Economics 51-Make-up Final Examination:
Will be held Tuesday cvcninig, M rch 5, 7 to 10i p. ". in room 103E c sBln1 1N w Ft
S Economics Building.11£ -I/ 'g I~
Howard S. Eillis
om eUNIVERSITY OF HAWAII- UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-
the Presi-- Opportunities for Employment: Freshmen at the University of When asked by a reporter why he
Chester H. Lang, '15, comptroller of the budget of the General; Hawni must carry at least two had joined a fraternity in his col-:
iElect*i Company, will be at the Union Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, brands of popular cigarettes in an
No. 109 February 28, March 1, and 2, to interview seniors who may be interested old sock, but the sock must be ege ays, resident Glcnn Frank
in engineering work or business training program of the General Electric clean, white, and have no holes. of the University of Wisconsini
Company. Interested individuals may arrange an interview by tele- Coeds are required to wear grass said, "I joined a fraternity because
phone.skirts and goggles and to have al- I was short of money and foundI
W. A. Paton ways a goodly supply of jelly that I could run a boarding billI
n "Song and longer in a fraternity house than
br ary 28, at Political Science 292, Journal Club: . COLGATE UNIVERSITY'.. Un- 'in a boarding house."
The Journal Club in Political Science will meet Thursday afternoon 'known to themselves, thirty suc-
. Robbins at 3 p. m. in room 2035 Angell Hall. All graduate students majoring in cessful student cheaters of Colgate UNIVERSITY OF IOWA-Ground
Political Science are expected to attend. Univertsity have been studied in for a new $500,000 football stadium
J. S. Reeves the ppxst year to determine the will be broken here March 2. The
Wisconsin will emotional and mental traits of col- structureseating 50000 persons,
can Chemical Women's League, Board of Representatives: ege men who cheat on exams and
"Homogeneous There will be a meeting in 110 Library, Thursday, Feb. 28, at iget away with it. These tests show- will be ready for occupancy for the
5:00 p. m. ed that more than half the num- Homecoming game with Illinois,
51, Chemistry1' Elizabeth Wellman, Chlaiman ber fell below the college average October 19. In the futule when
__m in intelligence, and the majority the demand for seats increases, the
. Robbins IMathematics: belonged to the type known as ends will be built up giving the
It is very Important that all assistants in the department be present psychological extroverts.' stadium a capacity of 75,000.
pointed U. S. at a meeting Thursday, Feb. 28 at 7:30 p. in., in 3200 Angell Hall. of the National Convention held at Ithaca. Refreshments will be
:15 p. m., has Morris F. Lipcovitz served.
p. ----asAll members and friends of the Club are most cordially invited to be
Secretary Geological. and Geological Journal Club: p:esent at this meeting.
There will be a meeting in Room 4054 N. S. at 7:45 p. m. on Thurs- #Helen L. Clarke, Secretary
day, Feb. 28. Prof. James will talk on, "The Development of the Choro-
12:15 o'clock, graphical Point of View in Geography." All interested are cordially [Varsity Glee Club:
of Education' invited to attend. There will be a full rehearsal of the club tonight at 7 o'clock
E. N. Goddard, Secretary Every member is needed due to a pi ogram for the University Club
Secretary - --Friday. evening.
A. S. M. E: Theodore Frost, President
There will be a meeting of the Society on Thursday, February 28,
ndation schol- at 7:30 p. in. in the Engineering Society Room, West Engineering University Club:,
gram of piano aldg- On Friday, March 1, the Club night program will include Professor
ard Street, on Jack Gray W. G. Smeaton, Dr. Hinsdale, and the Glee Club.
blic is invited. The Glee Club must begin its program at 8:00 o'clock.
Students of French: Program Committee
Saint-Saens: There will be a meeting of the Cerele Francais in its rooms, Thurs-
nnoise; Rein- day evening, February 29, at 7:30. All members and any others who :Christian Science Society:t
Chabrier: Es- consider themselves sufficiently rapid in conversation to take part in i Christian Science Society of the University of Michigan meets

SCREEN
REFLECTIONS
He's here again--that brawny,
tough, two-fisted French-Canadi-
an-Victor McLaglen. This time
he's a stoker on an ocean liner
down in the South Pacific or some
ocean around .those parts.
'Captain Lash"is his title 'cause
he's , the best stoker that eve:
stoked. Anyway, like all seafaring
tmen,' he has a great fondness for
the fair sex.
So when the ship docks Capta'-in
SLash goes sightseeing with his ltt-

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tle pal who is Clyde Cook in dis-
guise. And the pal stands outside
ready to play "The Campbells Are
Comin'" on his accordion if the
third member of the triangle
should come along.
But then Captain Lash falls for
one of the upper strata of society.
And the suceeding events are in-
teresting enough to warrant your
attention at the Majestic by Fri-
day.'
A Yearly Event
Doug Fairbanks comes to the
United Artists in Detroit tomor-
row in his newest adventure epic,
"The Iron Mask," in which D'Ar-
tagnan and his Three Musketeers
ride again.
The picture, which has talking
parts, opened recently oi Broad-
way where it was highly praised
by -reviewers as one of the best of

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plays are invited. The casting of two snort plays for Immediate private
presentation will be begun at this meeting.
f M. JKarpinski, J. D. O'Neill

Bureau of Appointments:
All candidates. for teaching positions who are interested in securing
positions in Iowa will please call at the office of the Bureau, 102 Tappan
Hall, for further information.
iellen R. Shambaugh, Secretary t
June Graduates:t
All students graduating in June who wish assistance. in getting a
permanent position, other than teaching, should make application atn

All Campus Forum:r
Professor Peter M. Jack, Head of the Rhetoric Department, will
speak in the reading room of Lane Hall at 4:05 p. in., today. Under
the Forum's general topic "Looking on Life," Professor Jack will discuss
"Literature Looks on Life." All men and women students and members
of the faculty are invited.
The Forum Committee
John Webster, Julius A. Zink

tonignt at '7:3u in the upper room of Lane Hall.I
Ford Johnston, Secretary.
Faculty Women's Club:
The regular board meeting will be held on Thursday at 1:00 o'clock
at the Marbruck Tea lRoom.
Mrs. W. L. Badger
Faculty-Alumni Dances:
The fourth dance of the series sponsored by the Faculty Women's
Club for faculty and alumni has been postponed from Monday, March
18, to Tuesday, March 19.
Mrs. W. L. Badter

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ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT .
F r e s h carload of Florida
oranges--65c peck or $2.50 bu.
One week off tree. 1st between
W. Jeff. and William. Open 8
a.m. to 8 pn.

once at the Office of the Committee on Vocational Counsel and place- -
ment, 201 Mason Hall. Opera Music for the 1929 Opera:
W. E. Parker, Executive Secretary Anyone desiring to submit music for next year's opera should report Iota Alpha:
at the Michigan Union - tonight (the room number will be posted on There will be a meeting of Iota Alpha, Thursday, February 28, at
Student Assistantship: the bulletin board in the lobby) at nine o'clock. The locale and outline 7:30 in room 3201 East Engineering Building. Dr. W. L. McCabe will
Written applications will be received by me for the position of second of the plot and story will be given at that time and the music will speak on "Recent Developments in Evaporators."G goBn
assistant in my oflce. The work requires six to seven hours per week be heard by the committee as soon as it is ready. Conflicting engage- I
on the average and the pay is $50 for the semester. Good class stand- inents should be reported to Roy S. Langham, phone 2-1017, before the Club:
ing is required and second or third year standing is preferred. Applica- meeting. Roy S. Langam, conductor There will be given two additio nal performances of the recent pro-
tions h d__hy r r_2, Eg mduction "Take My Advice" Mar. 1, 2, at Mimes. Also the production will
Building. OeR wbe taken to Ypsilanti for two performances March 6 and 7. Due to
George W. Patterson, Associate Dean Opera Orchestrations Mtssig: the extra work involved will any mem rs. of the Club not already
Several orchestrations from the Mimes Opera, "Rainbow's End" are interested in the production and having spare time at these dates
Women: missing. If anyone has borrowed them from the library in Mimes
I shall not be in my office at the Health Service today. Dr. Sap- Theater or knows where they are, the information will be greatly please get in touch with me.sE
pington will keep my hours. appreciated. Phone 2-1617.
Margaret Bell Roy S. l~angham, conductor __
School of Education: Cosxopolita Club:11
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Education, cannot be present on Friday, March 1,. the All School
Education Banquet will be postponed until a later date.
R. D. MacNitt

of,

in Lane Hall. Dr. Vittorio Camerani, a graduate student in the Library
of the International Institute of Agriculture in Rome, will be the speak-
er of the evening. Mr. Duncan Gordon will give an informal report

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Senior Engineers:
Class dues will be collected today in the West Engineering Building
on the second floor near the arch. All dues must be paid at this time.
R. J. Williams, 29E, Treas.
Senior Chemical, Civil and Mechanical Engineers:
Mr. C. B. Collins will be in the East Engineering Building on Friday,
March 1, to interview prospective candidates for positions with the,
Koppe-s Construction Company of Pittsburgh. This company builds
and operates coke oven and gas plants and usually employs one or
two seniors from each of the above divisions of the Engineering College.
It is suggested that appointments be made through the Department of
Chemical Engineering. Please call Miss McKim at branch 65.
Alfred H. White
History 1 and 101:
The snake-up examination in this course will be held on Thursday,
February 28, 1-4 p. m. Candidates will report at room 1011 Angell Hall
at 1 p. ..
A. E. R. Boak

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