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THF MICHICAN E~AILY 'T!!t7~51~AY, MA~H 2

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Cony received by the Assistant to the Presi-

Engineering Students: Senior Engineers: Deluge Of
The Classification Committee has placed the limit of time at which Thursday and Friday will be the last chance to order Caps andg
a course may be dropped without record at the end of the eighth week Gowns. Orders will be taken in the West Engineering Building. There Was Easy
of the semester, or April 6, 1929, excepting in cases of continued illness will be no deposit necessary at this time.
or other extenuating circumstances. In all cases the classifier should T. M. Lesle
consult with the instructor.

Old GoldS
To Handle,
Announces

dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.) Louis A. opkins Senior Engineers: "Not e
VTANiAll Senior Engineers are urged to place their orders for Senior canes taking
Vol. XXXIX THURSDAY, MARCh 21, 1929 No. 127 All School Education eanquet: with Wagner & CO. without delay. The price of the canes is $4.00, a Gold sam
1__$2.00 deposit being required with each order. ed to the
niversity Lecture: The annual "All School of Education" banquet, sponsored by Phi; J.Hal, Chairman, and frat
Professor A. Sommerfeld of the University of Munich will speak Delta Kappa, national honorary educational fraternity, will be held at' Engineering Cane Committee We had
the Michigan Union, March 22 at 6:30 o'clock. This banquet is being downhe
On the subject "Wane Mechanical Treatment of Thoto-electricity" onEdosnDenetofNrh sen Ptas
Thursday, March 21, at 4:15 p."m., in room 1041 East Physics Building. given in honor of Dean and Mrs. Edmonson Dean Kent of Northwestern Aall Campus Forum:lPostmas
The public is cordially invited. Unive sity will be the speaker. All faculty and students of the Univer- Dean Henry M. Bates of the Law School, will discuss "Law and view yes
sity interested in attending this banquet are invited to make reserva- Morals" in the reading room of Lane Hall at 4:05 o'clock this afternoon he told
F. E. Robbins tions by calling 22332. Wives of faculty members and students are also All men and women students and members of the faculty are invited. ettes an
Business Administration Lecture: invited. The affair will be informal. The Forum Committee which t
Mr. H. G. Kenagy of the Life Insurance Sales Research Bureau will .ernPhi De Mappt tribtio
speak on the subject, "The Training of Salesmen," on Friday, March P.Jesdent, Omega Chapter, Phi Delta Kappatrouble
22, at 1 o'clock in room 101 Economics Building This lecture is intend- Thre--w Geological Journal Club: there c
ed primarily for Business Administration students, but others interested Senior Mechanical and Automotive Engineers:- There will be a meeting this evening at 7:30 in r 4054. N. S. continue
are cordially invited to attend. Mr. C. H. Ris will talk on. Petroleum Resources osa. sn the

verybody was dishonest in
n extra package of Old
aple tins which were mail-
respective rooming hou ss
ernities a few weeks ago-
i several returned to us'
re at the offi#e," said
ter A'. C. Pack in an inter-
terday afternoon, in which
of the deluge of the cigar-
d the admirable way in
hey were handled for dis-.
n.
idn't have the least bit of
in handling them and
trtainly were a lot," Pack
ed. "For some unusual rea-
size of the packages wa3

C. E. Griffin
Lecture:
Dr. Oliver Kamm of Parke, Davis, and Co. will talk Friday, March
22, at 4:15 in the Natural, Science Auditorium on "The Pituitrin Hor-f
mones." This lecture is given undrr the aIu:Tpices of Phi Larmbda Upsi-
lon. The public is cordially inv~f.ed.
F. D, Sith, P. esident
Notice:
Mr. Olaus Murie of the U. S. Biological Survey will speak on his
studies of the elk in Jackson's Hole, Wyoming, at 10:00 a. m., Thursday,
in room 2039 Natural Science Building. The talk is intended primarily
for students in the School of Forestry and Conservation, but all interest-]
ed are cordially invited to attend.#
S. T. Dana
Faculty, School of Education:
There will be a special meeting of the Faculty of the School of
Education on Monday, March 25 at 4:05 o'clock in room 109 Tappan Hall.
C. 0. Davis, Secretary
Faculty, College of Literature, Science and the Arts:
Faculty program blanks for the second semester have been distribut-4
ed to members of the Literary Faculty. These blanks should be filled out

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and returned to room 1210 Angell Hall as soon as possible.
John R. EffingerI
Faculty, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
There will be a meeting of the faculty of these Colleges on Friday,
March 22, at 4:15 p. m., in room 348 of the West Engineering Building.!
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary
Michigan-Northwestern Debate:
The University. of Michigan will meet Northwestern University in
a debate in Hill Auditorium at 8:00 o'clock this evening. The subject
is, Resolved, That a judge or a board of judges be substituted for theI
jury in all. trials throughout the United States. The judge will be
Professor A. Craig Baird, of Iowa State University, and the chairman
will be. Professor Hobart R. Coffey of the Law School. The public is
cordially invited to attend. There is no admission charge.
Carl G. Brandt
Moving Pictures of Industry:
The thirteenth moving picture program by the School of Business
Administration will be held in Natural Science Audito:ium at 4:05 p. m.,
Thursday, March 21. Please note that the program will begin 10;
minutes earlier than many afternoon meetings. The following films will
he shown:
The Story of Rock Drilling - 2 reels.
Through Oil Lands of Europe and Africa-Italy, Hungary, The Dan-
ube, and Rumana- 3 reels.I
All pesons interestedare invited to attend these programs which
are designed particularly to give business students background mater-+
ial.
Carl N. Schmalz{
Vducation$) Motion Picture:
At 4:00 p. m., Friday, March 22, four rolls of motion picture film,I
"Oxygen, the Wonder Worker," will be shown in room 1042 East Engi-
neering Building, by a representative of the Air Reduction Sales Com-
pany. The manufacture of oxygen, as well as examples of its use in
welding 'and cutting metals, will be shown. A demonstration showing
the properties of liquid oxygen will be made. All those who are inter-
ested are invited to attend.
0. WV. Boston
lae-Medical Students, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
Applications for the combined .curriculum in Letters and Medicine,
filed in the Recorder's office, do not constitute applications for admission
to the Medical School. Neither do applications to the Medical School
constitute applications for the combined curriculum in Letters and}
Medicine. It is necessary for all pre-medic students who expect to'
crter the Medical School next fall on the combined curriculum to fill
out two applications, viz., the application card for the combined curricu-
lum which is to be filled out in room 4, University Hall, and an appli-
,ation for admission to the Medical School which must be filed with
Miss Noble, room 127, West Medical Building.
Florence Mohr, Recorder

Mr. R. A. Andree of the Engineering Department of the Oakland E. N. Goddard, Secretary
Motor Car Company, Pontiac, Michigan, will be in room 101 West -
Engineering Annex at 10:00 a. m., on Friday, March 22, for the purpose Christian Science Society:l
of interviewing students interested in positions with their company. Christian Science Society of the University of Michigan meets
W. E. Lay toni;ht fit 7:30 in the upper room of Lane Hall.
__Ford Johnston, Secretary
Senior Mechanical Engineers:
L~andscape Club:
Mr. M. G. Yocum of the Dow Chemical Company of Midland, Michi- The e will be an important business meeting of the club tonight
gan, will be in room 221 West Engineering Building on Friday, March at 8:0:7 in South Wing. Refreshments will be served. '
22, for the purpose of interviewing students interested in positions with C.- W. Smith
that company.
I C. Anderson Scabbard and Blade:
---Members are asked to call at the Military Department as soon as
Senior Mechanical Engineers: possible.
Mr. M. B. Robinson of the Cincinnati Milling Machine Company of J. Q. Langen
Cincinnati, ..Ohio, will be in room 221 West Engineering Building on
Thursday, March 21, for the purpose of interviewing students interested Sigma Gamma Epsilon:
in positions with that company. There will be a luncheon at the Union at 12:15 p. m., Thursday.
H. C. Anderson All members are urged to be present.
Seniors: C. 1. ggs, Secretary
Orders are being taken for caps and gowns this week and next in Ilillel Foundation:
the lobby of University Hall. There will be no luncheon this noon due to the fact that Palmer
J. A. Pomeroy, Chairman Ch':istian has found it impossible to be present. The next Open Forum
will be led by Prof. Wahr of the German Department, and will take
Junior Engineers: place Tuesday evening, March 26, at 7:30 p. m. at the Foundation..
Class dues will be collected in the West Engineering Building today. Philip S. Stern
harry 11. Coll, Treasu-er j
Comedy Club:
Fraternity Complimentary 'Ensians: . The production will be a three-act play, "Granted," to be cast
The following is a list of those fraternities and sororities that will Thursday afternoon, 2 to 6 o'clock, in 302 Mason hall. Paul Stevenson
receive a complimentary copy of the 1929 Michiganensian this spring will direct and cast the play.
If your house has fifteen (15) paid subscriptions and you are not includ- Thurston Thieme
ed in this list, call at the 'Ensian Business Office before Friday, March Thurston Tueme.
22, 1929, and present the required list of 15. names. Any claims for -
such a complimentary copy after that date will be disregarded. University Of Detroit Women Must Avoid Men
Kappa Sigma, Kapna Delta Rho Alpha Kappa Psi, Phi Chi, Collegi- Students Under Penalty Of Instant Expulsion
ate Sorosis, Gamma Phi Beta, Phi Sigma Delta, Alpha Phi, Chi Phi,
Psi Upsilon, Martha Cook Building, Xi Psi Phi, Phi Kappa Tau, Delta Chattering women students who love-making off the campus. It
Zeta, Trigon, Delta Gamma, Theta Delta Chi, Pi Beta Phi, Chi Omega, interrupt the quiet calm of aca- yoild not have been so bad if they
Alpha Kappa Lambda. Hermitage, Phi Rho Sigma, Phi Kappa Psi, Tau demic seriousness with their idle only talked to one girl at a time,
Kappa Epsilon, Delta Sigma Pi, Delta Delta Delta. Betsy Barbour, Kappa gossip are not wanted on the cam-u .when they stopped to talk to
Delta, Alpha Omicron Pi. Triangle Club, Zeta Tau Alpha, Theta Chi, gops ore niversity of ti m one, they were soon chatting with
KZetTePTauD lha Newberry, pus of the Urversity of Detroit, it seven or eight."
Kappa Alpha Theta, Pi Kappa Alpha, Alpha Xi Delta. Helen Nebrrhas became known. with an an-- The edltor of. the student news-
Alpha Gamma Delta. Sigma Kappa, Alpha Sigma Phi, Phi Sigma Kappa,'
Sigma Phi, Phi Alpha Delta, Psi Omega, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Beta nouncement by the Rev. Fr. John paper-approves of the entire mat-
Theta Pi. P. McNichols, president, to the r in enthusiastic terms, calling it
effet tat imedate aftr 4lasthe :greatest single step forward in
Frederick G. Bauschard, effect that immediately after clas- the history of education.
Distribution Manager ses, women students must go to The women students assert they
their home or to the league room simply must gossip, and brand Fr.
Unclaimed Mail:' in the Arts and Crafts building. McNichol's edict as an attempt to
Unclaimed mail for the following persons is 'on hand and may be Immediate expulsion faces any of rive them. off the campus, where
claimed by the owners if called for at the Gene:al Delivery window, the 50 women students who. stop ey feel they are not liked any-
Main Post Office on or before March 29. even for an instant on the Univer-. ay.
Wi H. Arkin Benjamin Dean Meritt sity ground to say more than "hel-'
Wmmu H. Prkinslo" or "how do you do," to any Of Subscribe to The Michigan Daily,
Millicent Barraw Samuel R. Parsons the men students. 2.25 for the half year.
Elsie W. Breen Mrs. Emerson Price Florence Donahue, dean of wo
.D.Budson MrsEeson Primen, complained that she pre;
Dr. D. udo Everett Shaw viously had experienced . trouble ,
Inez-Clem Donald B. Stouffer with women students ii maters Of
Mrs. Bert Cronnin Joseph Truskowski lipstick and short skirts. "Fr. Me-
Blanche Deutch Allen VandenBerg Nichols is tired of seeing the girls
Theron Donahoe Merle E. Watkins act like campus widows," she de
Charles B. DuCharme Lulu Weaver Glared. "He says they can do their

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such that it hardly impeded us in
the least. Sometimes we are
swamped under such things, bul it
more often occurs when several in-
Istitutions about town send out in-
vitations for social functions of one
.ort or another. It is quite usual
)n the first and the last of the
month, just when bills a . e being
ent out, that we have a little
difficulty in coping with the situa-
-ion. At such times we try to at-
tend first to matters that have def-
inite time restrictions. We try to
ask anybody sending out any ex-
tremely great amount of mail to
state exactly what are the time
limitations on these."
Pack said that one of the com-
monest mistakes made in distin-
guishing the difference between
the down town and the Arcade
, postal stations was that persons
mistook the Arcade for the regular
post office, it is only a "sale station"
r he said and all mail taken in there
1is taken to the down town office
with the exception of laundry
cases. These are sent to the rail-
road depot direct. Although the
Arcade station is only for sales, it
'does almost as much business as
the downtown branch and more
than the regular office in Ypsilanti.
1 The amount of money taken in at
the sub-office he said ran into
more than $10,000.

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M. s. Grace Griggs
Ernest Gu ri
Harry Hanbeil
Mrs. Jas. Hasselman
Barbara Hewitt, S. B. Q. X.
Ruth Hossinger
Mrs. Maggie Josh
Edward Leef
Willard Lewis
Benno C. Lischer
Brooks Marshall
Wilbert Marshall
Charles H. McIntyre

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