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MIC FI GAN DATLY

TVE8DAY, MAnCI 12, 1929

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Publication in the Bulletin is construc
of the -University. Copy received by t
-dent until 3:30 p. in. (11:30 a. m. Sat

ctive notice to all members
the Assistant to the Presi-
turday.)
12, 1929 No. 199

TUESDAY, MARCH

University Loan Committee :
The University LoaniCommittee wiii meet on Thursday, March 14,
at 3:00 p. m., in room 2, University Hall.
" All students applying for loans should call at the office of the
Dean of Students to arrange fo" an appointment with the Committee.j
J. A. Bursley, Chairman
University Lecture:
M. Andre Chevrillon, disc inguished man of letters, member of the
French Academy, will lecture in English on Wednesday, March 13, in1
Natural Science Auditorium, at 4:15 on the subject of: The Sociall
Psychology of England. M. Chevrillon is one of the leading literary
critics in France and an authority on English literature, being .an
intimate friend of Galsworthy and Kipling. The public is cordially
invited,.
Frank E. Robbins
Faculty, Four Year Program, Physical E ucation, Athletics and School
Health:
The meeting of the Instructors conce ned with the teacher training
program, in Physical Education, Athle tics and School Health called at
12:15 today will be postponed until Thursday, March 14, at 12:15 m. at
the Women's Field House.
John Sundwall j
Moving Pictures of Industry:
The twelfth moving picture program by the School of Business
Administration will be held in Natural Science Auditorium at 4:05 p. m.
Tuesday, March 12. Please note that the program will begin 10 minutes
earlier than many afternoon meetings. The following films will bel
shown:
Through Oil Lands- of Europe and Africa, Poland, Greece, and;
Egypt--A reels.
All persons interested are invited to attend these programs which
are- designed particularly to give business students background ma-
crial.
Carl N. Sehmnalz

Senior Mec lanical E1,giieers:
Mr. F. A.- Pope, representiog the Worttinigton Pump and Machinery1
Corporation of Harrison, New Jersey, will be in room 221 West Engineer-
ing Building Tuesday and Wednesday, March 12 and 13 for the purpose
of interviewing those interested in positions with this company.
IT. C. Anderson
Physics Colloquium:
PRofessor E. Russel Wightman will speak on "Binaural Hearing" at
4:15, Tuesday, March 12, in room 1041, East Physics Building. All
interested are cordially invited.. C
IV. F. Colby I
Mathematical Club:
The March meeting will be held at 8 p. in. Tuesday in room 3201
Angell Hall. Professor T. R. Running will present a paper on "Graphical
methods for smoothing data and for interpolation." Everyone interested
is cordially invited to attend.
N. C. Fisk, Secretary
Women's Education Club:
Professor Moelman will speak at the Women's Education Club
meeting March 13, 1929, at 4 p. m., at the W. A. A. building. Tea,
will be served.
Greta Wallington*
Phi Sigma:
There will be an open meeting of Phi Sigma on Tuesday evening,
March 12, 1929, at 7:30 in room 2116 N. S. Bldg. Prof. J. F. Shepard
of the Psychology Department will speak on his "Studies on the learning
in Animals."
E. P. Creaser, Secretary
Scabbard and Blade:
Honorary initiation at Union at 6:00. Banquet and business meet-
ing immediately following. Uniforms will be worn.
Fred C. Fenton
Hillel Foundation:
Dr. Ruben Kahn of the University Hospital will -be the speaker at
the Hillel Foundation this evening at 7:30 p. M. The public is cordially
invited.
IP'lilip Stern

FACULTY TO HEAR
EDUCATION CHIEF
William John Cooper, recently
appointed United States Commis-
sioner of Education and former
at superintendent of education
of California, will speak here atj
4:15 o'clock on Monday, March 18,
in thehauditorium of the Univer-
sity high school. Commissionerl
l Cooper, who was originally sched-
ulcd to speak here on March 1,1
will discuss some phase of thel
modern educational problem.
The next faculty luncheon of
the School of Education, which is
to be held on March 18 also, is
being given in Commissioner Coop-
er's honor. He will make a short
talk at this time.
According to Dr. George W. My-
ers, of the School of Education,'
Commissioner Cooper has reached
a place of great prominence in
educational circles of this country,
and it is generally considered by
those who know him that the ap- C
pointiment was a wise one.
STUDENTS ARE TO MANAGE
LARGE DEPARTMENT STORE
Carnegie Tech students will have'
the opportunity of managing Gim-
bel's department store here on,
March 23. All the various posi-
tions of the store from the presi-
dent through the flooor walkers
will be taken entirely by univer-
sity students.

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Exhibition of Paintings:
There will be an exhibition of paintings by Mr. Beneker, under the,
auspices of the Ann Arbor Art Association, from March 5 to March 17,
In Alumni Memorial Hall..
J. G. Winter

Adelphi house of Representatives:
Prof. Thomas H. Reed will deliver an add ess on the government of
Pittsburgh at a meeting of Adelphi House of Representatives in room
4203, Angell hall, at 7:30 o'clock tonight. The public is invited to attend.
Lawrence Hartwig, Speaker

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Thursday and Friday

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The 10 Pot Fellowship in. Chemistry:
Through -the generosity of the Du Pont Company the Du Pont Fel-
lowship. -in Chemistry ($750) has been renewed for the year 1929-30.
preference *will be given to applicants who are fairly certain to graduate
with the Ph.D. degree in June, 1930. Applications should be in the
hands of the undersigned not later than March 15.f
M. Gomberg
Employment for Seniors:
Assistance in finding permanent employment in any field, other than
teaching, is offered to all graduating students at the office of the Com-
mittee on 'Vocational Counsel and Placement, 201 Mason Hall. Regis-
tration for positions in June should be made at once. Vacancies in
many fields including the-following are available:
Accounting, advertising, agency, architecture, automobile, bacteriolo-
gy, banking, chain stores, chcwnistry, credit, department stores, engineer-
ing, glass, hotels, insurance, investment banking, journalism, leather.
muvnufacturing and industry, meat packing, merchandising, motion pic-
tures, personnel, pharmacy, public utilities, publishing, railroads, real
estate, rubber, sales, secretarial, statistics, steel, store management,
telcphone.
W. E.' Parker
Freshman Hygiene Lecture:
The fifth freshman lecture in Hygiene for men, will be given in
Watei man Gymnasium, Thursday and F.iday, March 14 and 15, at 3,
4, and 5?15 p. in.
G. A. May
Excursion to Aircraft Development Corporation:
All students taking Aeronautical Engineering are advised, and all
other members of the Universi y . interested are cordially invited to
attend an excursion by bus to G osse Ile to inspect the construction ofl
the metal-clad dirigible. The party will start from the Ann Arbor
Bus Station, Chamber of Commerce Building, promptly at one o'clock on
Friday, March 15, returning to Ann Arbor in time for dinner. The round.-
trip fare will be $1.67 in the case of one full bus load (30); $1.33 in the
case of two full bus loads; or an intermediate ligure if there are not
two full bus loads. All interested will please sign their names to the
list on the Aeronautical Engince-ing Bulletin Board in the South Base-3
ment of the East Engineering Building before Thursday, March 14. ,
F. W. Pawlowski
Notice:
Students who sang in the Hallelujah Chorus, International Night,
please return books to 108 School of Music or Lane Hall.
Mrs. W. C. Rufus I

Reserve Band:
There will be a rehearsal tonight at 7:15 at Morris Hall.
Nicholas Falcone
Michiganensian Lower Business Staff:
There will be a meeting of the 'Ensian Lower Business Stai this
afte-:noon, Tuesday, March 12, at 4:15 p. in. Arrangement are to be
made for the sales campaign to be held the latter part of this week.
J. Franklin Miller, Bus. Mgr.
Portia Literary Society:
The Portia-Athena debate will take place on Tuesday, March 12,
at 7:30 o'clock.
All members are asked to be present.
N. C. Becker, President
Tau Beta PI:
The regular meeting will be at 6:15 tonight in the Michigan Union.
Professor Pollock will speak.
IV. It. Hough
Chi Delta Phi:
Chi Delta Phi will meet at 7:30 in Professor Jack's office on Wed-
nesday evening, March 13.
Louisa Butler, President
Acelytes:R
There will be a meeting of the Society totnight at 7:30, in 202 S. W.
Mr. Kuiper will give a "Critique of Bradley's Theory of Relations."
Otis 11. Lee
Senior Mechanical Engineers:
Mr. J. C. Albright of the Daily Meter Company of Cleveland, Ohio,
will be in room 231 on Wednesday, March 13, to interview seniors who
might be interested in considering a position with that company.
J.. E. Emswiler
Alpha Nu:
Program for tonight is a debate with the University of Detroit on
jury trial. Visitors and tryouts are invited. Meeting begins at 7:45
sharp.
. John Langen, president

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