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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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

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Vol. XXXIX

FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1929

No. 128

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University Lecture:

Professor A. Sommerfeld of the
on "Electron Theory of Metals" at
Physics Building. All interested in

University of Munich will speak
4:15, Friday, in room 1041 East
this field are cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins

Lectute:

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-
mones." This lecture is given under the auspices of Phi Lambda Upsi-
lon. The public is cordially invited.
F. D. Smith, President
Business Administration Lecture:
Mr. H. G. Kenagy of the Life Insurance Sales Research Bureau will
speak on the subject, "The Training of Salesmen," on Friday, March
22, at 1 o'clock in room 101 Economics Building. This lecture is intend-
ed primarily for Business Administration students, but others interested
are cordially invited to attend.
C. E. Griffin
Dean's Advisory Committee, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
There will be a meeting of the Dean's Advisory Committee Friday,
March 22, at. 4:05 p. M., in the Dean's office.
John . Efilinger
Facu ty, Cotleges 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
EducationaI Motipn Picture:
At 4:00 p. jn., Friday, March 22, four rolls of motion picture film,
"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. W. Boston
Summer Session:
Copies of the Complete Announcement of the Summer Session of
1929 may be obtained at the registration offices of the various schools
and colleges.
Edward 1. Kraus
Counsellors for Boys' Camps Wanted:
The directors of the University Fresh Air Camp are in a position
to use several more college men. Those having experience as leaders
in boys camps are preferred. However, any applicant with special
ability, knowledge and training in woodcraft, scouting, nature study,
or with teaching experience will be considered. Interviews can be
-arranged for Friday, Monday, and Wednesday between the hours of
4:00 and 6:00 o'clock at Lane Hall. Candidates not chosen will be
referred to other camps.
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POLLOCK VIE ITALY
[UNDERFASCIST RULE
Past Two Years Show Remarkable
Development In Italian
Government
DISCUSSES MUSSOLINI
"The aristocratic policies of the
Fascist State go beyond those of
the Bolsheviki but they are so new
and so different they are bound to,
arouse our interest," stated Prof.
James K. Pollock of the Political
Science department, in a talk yes-
terday afternoon under the auspi-
ces of the Italian club. "Its Par-
liament is different than any other
in the history of the world and the
recent Concorda, ranks as one of
the momentous happenings of any
state for a long time."~
Prof. Pollock mentioned the three
organs responsible for the success
of the present regime as the Fas-
cist State. the government and thel
militia. The first two he showed
to be parallel, the government but
the legalized Fascisti party which
was accomplished last summer. For
six years the Grand Council had
practically ruled under Mussolini
but now, holds a supreme Position
in the government. All the fea-
tures of the Italian government
have been developed in the last
two years.
The prime motive of Fascism
was to do away with Parliament-
ism but not with Parliament which
is completely complacent to the
Grand Council. One feature of
election of members to the Cham-
ber of this Parliament is represen-
tation by functional basis, not ter-
ritorial as is common to other gov-
ernments. Syndicates of workmen
and employers suggest names from
which 400 are chosen by the Grand
Council for approval. Such an ap-
proval will take place nexthSunday
in Italy. Every class is thus rep-
resented, the Universities having4
15 deputies.
Colorado. -Colorado co-eds as-
sembled , at Boulder to attend the
conference of the Colorado asso-
ciation of women. Rules govern-
ing co-ed conduct were discussed.

!FORESTERS HEAR Wucrth To Have First Talking Feature
ALASKAN EXPERT Sunday;Two Distinct Methods Arc Used
Speakig.on is wok in sui ' Idvg neoQTT
ceaiboin Aln hs dork is studi' One of the most unusual features by this method until comparatively OlliL
on k a of y i tudas of the widely-heralded talking mo- recently.
onu the lk of Wyoming, ulaus teThe former invention uses wax
Murie, of the United States Bureau fon pictures, of which Ann Arbor records .on which the dialogue and Conduct
of Biological rLt, vey, a ' L j gets its first hearing next Sunday sound effects are reproduced. The the Michi
forestry school yesterday. at the Wuerth, is that two distinct- f turntable on which the records are preparing
Murie's study of the caribou was ly different methods were devel-l run is synchronized with the film lize Michig
in connection with the reindeer in- oped and perfected by two differ- projection machine, thus insuring a popular
dustry, which is a stock-raising ent companies simultaneously. accurate reproduction and timing be namedi
business there. Thr caribou, he n Vitaphone the Warner Brothers of the sound with the picture. first twov
said, were erratic in migration, development, was first brought into The latter method, Movietone, The vot
have no habit of travel, and require prominence by Al Jolson in that utilizes the film itself for the temporary
large areas. Two types are dis- famous epic, "The Jazz Singer", a sound. This invention converts or will come
tinguishable, called the woodland film which definitely swung the "photographs" the sound waves and colleg
and barren-ground type, the latter tide of public favor to this new onto the sensitive film when the to be vot
of Which is smaller. le noted the form of entertainment; and sent pictures are taken. At the thea- dee, Dov
steps that had been taken to cr other producers scurrying to turn showing, these photographed White, G
the caribou and reindeer although o t l tIsound light waves are retranslated iBlackbird,
many believe that the caribou Movietone was first used and ex- back into actual sound by a re- row, Rob
should rather be domesticated. perimented on by Fox in the well- 1verse process in reproduction. A Brown TI
He further recounted the situa- known Movietone News, which has !narrow strip, one-eighth of an more Orio
tion of the deer in Wyoming, where been recently billed by some bright inch wide, accomplishes this, and wing, Mou
to allay their starvation in the advertising agent as Movietonews. also accounts for the slight short- I Whippoor
winter, they had been fed on hay. Full length features were not made ening of the screen for a movietone ( Grosbeak
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rv WILL SEILET
ing a state-wide contest,
gan Audubon society is
to have a bird to symbo-
gan chosen by means of
vote, the lucky bird to
from 2.1 birds, during the
weeks of April.
e, which is open to every
or permanent resident,
largely from the schools
es of tho state, the birds
ed on being the Chicka-
wny Woodpecker, Bob-
Gold-finch, Red-winged
Meadowlark, Song. Spar-
in, Bluebird, Bobolink,
hrasher, Catbird, Balti-
le, King bird, Cedar Wax-
urning Dove, House Wren,
will, and Rose-breasted
ntest follows the lead of
ther states and is to be
the University Museum
May 31 and June 1.

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Economics 126-Field Trip:
Field trip will be conducted today as planned.

Cairte-r Goodrich

Mr. Morris' Classes:
I shall not. be :able to meet my classes in Rhetoric 32 and 71 on
F. iday.
A. R. Morris
Senior Engineers:!
Today, March 22, will be the last chance to order Caps and
Gowns. Orders will be taken in the West Engineering Building. There
will be no deposi, necessary at this time.
T. M. Leslie
Senior Engineers:I
All Senior Engineers are urged to place their orders for Senior canes
with Wagner & Co. without delay. The price of the canes is $4.00, a
$2,00 deposit being required with each order.
.i t. Hall, Chairman, f
Engineering Cane Committee
Senlor Mechanical Engineers:
Mr. M. G. Yocum of the Dow Chemical Company of Midland, Michi-
gan, will be in room 221 West Engineering Building on Friday, March
22, for the purpose of interviewing students interested in positions with
that company.
tt. C. Anderson
Senior Mechanical and Automotive Engineers:
Mr. R. A. Andree of the Engineering Department of the Oakland
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
of interviewing students interested in positions with their company.
W. E. Lay
Engineering Students:
The Classification Committee has placed the limit of time at which
a course may be dropped without record at the end of the eighth week
of the semester,-or April 6, 1929, excepting in cases of continued illness
or other extenuating circumstances. In all cases the classifier should
consult with the instructor.
Louis A. Hopkins
Senior Engineers:
Orders for invitations and announcements for graduation will bef
taken at the booth in West Engineering Building today. This is ABSO-
LUTELY the last chance to get your order accepted.
William B. Fortune,
Chairman, Invitation Committee

Economics Club:
Meets Monday, March 25, at 8:00
o'clock in room 304 of the Union.
Mr. N. H. Engle will speak on
"Competitive Forces in Grocery1
Wholesaling." Members of the I
staffs in Economies and Business !
Administration and graduate stu-
dents in these departments are in-
vited to attend.
Carter Goodrich
La Rue's Discussion Group:
A meeting will be held toniighL
at 8:00 p. m. in room,1139 Natural
Science Building.
Carl D. La Rue
Masonic Students:
There will be a regular meeting
of the Craftsman's Club Saturday,
March 23, at 7:30, in the large lodge
room of the Masonic Temple. All
members are to be-present.
Randolph Webster, Pres.
Stamp Collectors:
The regular meeting of the Ann
Arbor Stamp Club will be held Sat-
urday, March 23, in room 408 of the-
Romance Languages Building at 8
p. m. There will be an auction.
Collectors and visitors are invited.
S. B. Conger, Secretary..

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MIMES THEATRE
Beginning Monday, March :5
with a
SPECIAL SATURDAY MATINEE
(No Performance Wednesday Night)
Address Mail Orders to Mimes TIeate

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