SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 192.9
THE MICHICAN DAILY SATTJ~tAY, MAflCIT 23, 1929
DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE SHOWSj
'DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN MORTALITY RATE IS ON INCREASEA
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members According to reports issued by The figures show that there has MAY PATY btIAIRMAN
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi the Department of Commerce the been an increase of 5% in the
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.) mortality rate from automobile ac- single year ending January, 1929,
e idents is on the increase in 1929, compared with the year ending Plans for the annual Costume
Vol. XXXIX SATURDAY, MARCH 23, as compared with the same period 1928. The total number of deaths Ball of the Architectural School
in 1928. Tabulated information for the 52 week period ending in got under way this afternoon when
All Metal Dirigible-Illustrated Lecture: concerning the number of deaths January 1929 was 7,597 in the 78 Jonathan L. Taylor, '29A., was ap-
The Aeronautical Society announces that Mr. Carl Fritsche of the in 78 large cities show that there 'cities from which reports are re- pointed chairman of a committee
Aircraft Development Corporation will give a talk on the new all metal have been 81 more deaths in Jan- ceived. Fatalities were 7,143 for to meet with Herbert C. Sadler,
dirigible on Tuesday, March 23, at 7:30 p. m., in room-348 West Engi- uary, 1929, than during January, the year ending January, 1928. dean of the College of Engineering
._--- ------ and Architecture to secure a satis-
neering Building. All interested are invited. 25, between 3 and 6 p. m. It is expected that no further reservations factory location for the dance.
hwilber C. Sadier' wl be available after this date. Lengthy debate arose as to where
Carlton F. Wells to hold the dance the faculty fav-
Faculty, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture: _ _oring the Union Ballroom, where-
Mid-semester reports on engineering and architectural students political Science 32: as the students voted by a large
whose work is below passing should be made on cards which may be The mid-semester examination in this course will be given Wednes- majority for Barbour gymnasium.
obtained in the office of the secret ary, 263 West Engineering Building, day, Ma-ch 27, at 4:00 p. m., in the following rooms in Angell Hall: No decision could be reached in
or from the messenger boxes. These reports are to be filed in the Mr. Calderwood's sections in room 35. the matter and a committee was
secretary's office not later than Saturday, March 30 Mr. Phillip's sections in room 25. appointeddtonarrange the location
Louis A. HIopkins, Secretary Mr. Cuncannon's sections in room 25. The Architectural Society has
Mr. Maddox's sections in room 1035. been engaged in plans for the ball
Athletics and School Health: Mr. Preuss' sections in room 1025. for the past three weeks and it is
A special meeting of this Faculty will be held Monday, March 25, Mr. Pollock's sections in room 1025. expected a speedy decision will be
at 12:15 n, Women's Field Hous. Please notify stenographer, Barbour James K. Pollock, Jr. reached as to the location. Ac-
Gymnasium before 10 a. m. Monday, whether or not you can be cording to Fred Seval, President of
present. "Upper Room:"I the Society, the party will be held
John Sundwal The "Upper Room" Bible Class meets this evening at 7:00 p. in. at on May 10.
Lane Hall. Faculty and men students are cordially invited.
University Social(STATE TO PLACE TAB
Andre Chevrillon PUBLIC PROPERT
Finds Michigan More Cosmopolitan
Than Any Other School
He Has Visited.
University May Feel Affects Of
New Tariff Due To Drains
Built In Ann Arbor
"You have shown me marvels,";--
declared Andre Chevrillon world- SINK INTRODUCES BILL
famous French scholar who was _
in Ann Arbor last week, in a letter
received yesterday by Prof. HugoA bill introduced February 19 by
P. Thieme,of y the Romance lan- Senator Charles A. Sink of Ann
guages department. Arbor, has been offered to the
Chevrillon wrote that the Un-Michigan State legislature intend-
versity appeared to him as more ed to tax state properties for keep-
cosmopolitan than any other uni- ing the ground dry, No. 204, being
versity he had visited and, at least submitted as an amendment to
in a material sense, further ad- present drain laws.
vanced. He was especially impress- The bill is backed by Drain Com-
ed by such social centers as the mission Clayton E. Deake of Wash-
Union, the Women's League build- tenaw county, who recommends
ing, and Martha Cook dormitory; the bill in that will be of aid to
and declared the Clement's Me- individual counties in assessing
morial Library the most perfect state-owned lands for payment of
treasure he has seen in America. drainage costs. The university
"It appears certain that the may be affected bytdrains in Ann
greatest development in the future Arbor, although in the past, as on
of humanity will take place in other public utilities, special ar-
America," the French savant fur- rangements have been made by
ther wrote. "I am happy to have which the state's share has been
seen the mnagificent promise which paid. Under the new bill, if passed,
is already so largely a realization; the State Administrative board will
but it seems discouraging for my take care of assessing the state.
race when I compare America with The immediate reason for the
the poor and too old countries of bill is the plan for building a drain
Europe." in Ypsilanti, which will cross and
Chevrillon wrote his letter from a drain lands of the Michigan State
Chicago hotel, and calls that city Normal college.
a prodigious multiple Babylon. He I The bill has already been passed
The Classification Committee hs placed the limit of time at which
a course may be dropped without record at the end of the eighth week4
of the semester, or April 6, 1929, excepting in cases of continued illness
or other extenuating circumstanc-s. In ui1 cases the classifier should!
consult with the instructor.
Louis A. Hopkins
Coupsellors 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.
Homer H. Grafton
George G. Alder
Special rehearsal this afternoon (Saturday) at 1:30 at Morris Ha
Formation in uniform at 7:45 tonight at Yost Field House to p
for the track meet. The Band Hall will be open from 7:25 to 7:
Attendance at both times is imperative.
Gilbert B. Saltonstall, Student Manager
Phi Eta Sigma Candidates:
Initiation will be held at 5:00 o'clock Wednesday, March 27, on t
third floor of the Union. The banquet will follow in the Ladies dini
room. Formal dress is not required for the initiation.
Douglas L. Edwards, Secretary
The senior ball committee will meet Sunday afternoon, March;
at 2:30 o'clock in room 302 at the Union.
Loy M. Sutherland
scientistis sP warueu e
Prize For -Discovery
lay For his recent successful experi-
35. ments in proving the nature of
electrons, Dr. Clinton Joseph Dav-
isson, a young research scientist'
in the laboratories of the New I
York Bell Telephone Co., has been says that the effect of the silhoutte by the senate.
the awarded by the National Academy of the sky-line is one of a sky peo- o -
of Sciences a prize conferred only pled by Cyclopian towers. SENIOR LIT INVITATIONS
ng once in five years for the most
important research work done in The decorations used last night No more orders will be taken
electricity or magnetism or radiantiat the Frosh Frolic will be left in for Senior Literary College in-
energy. place for tonight's Union member- vitations and announcements
' Dr. ?Davisson's discovery shows ship dance through the courtesy; until after the Spring vacation.
24, that a stream of electrons shot of the Goodhew Floral company, it Orders will again be accepted
against certain substances will -bewas announced yesterday by Union the week after the vacation.
reflected like light from a mirror. officials.o0- 0
English 32, Sections 4 and 8:
Besides King Henry IV, Part I and King Lear, the examinations to
be held on Monday, March 25, will cover Chapters I-II and V-VI of Stauip Cellectors:
Neilson and Thorndike's "The Facts About Shakespeare." The regular meeting of the Ann;
- A. L. Hawkins Arbor Stamp Club will be held Sat-
Speech Group of the First Semester: uday, March 23, in room 408 ofathe
Please call for about 10 minutes at 212 Pharmachology Bldg. Men ' p. m. There will be an auction
come Tuesday, March 26, between 1-5; women come Monday, March 25,' Collectors and visitors are invited.;
between 3-5. S. B. Conger, Secretaryj
t". D. Swvann _.
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Students wishing to take the;
leave their names in room 3224 Ang
Subscribe To The
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;ell Hall this coming Monday, March j _1
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A Travesty on War and Women
MATINEE THIS AFTERNOON-2:15
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Conservative margin accounts
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7th Floor First Nat'I
Our Semi-Annual Sale
Priced at 49c Per Box
WT AHR'S University Book Store
The New Set In Seat
All colors and sizes.
FIFTY CENTS TO TWO DOLLARS
We have the
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Rayons "white and colors"
largest showing of Shorts and Athletic Shirts
shown this side of Chicago.
TINKER & COMPANY
South State Street at William Street
If you like the adjustable band shorts, we have them in colors or plain white.