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

Vol. 39.


No. 98.


University Loan Committee:
The University Loan Committee will meet on Saturday, February
16, at 9:00 a. m., in Room 2, University Hall.
All students applying for loans should call at the office of the
Dean of Students to ar:ange for an appointment with the Committee.
J. A. Bursley, Chairmanj
New Students:
Students registering in the University for the first time must report
at Room 429, West Engineering Bldg., on Feb. 13, 14, or 15, to have their
pictures taken. Hours: 8 a. m.-12 im. and 1:30 - 5:00 p. m.
J. A. Bursley
Faculty, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
The February meeting of the Litera y Faculty will be held on Mon-
day, February 18, at 4:10 p. m. in Room 2225, Angell Hall.
John R. Effinger
Lecture in Vine Arts:
Mr. Samuel C. Chamberlain wil lecture Friday, February 15, at 4:151
in the West Lecture Room of Alumni Memorial Hall. His subject will be
"Etching and Dry Points," illust ated by engraving and printing a plate
before the audience. The public is invited.j
An Exhibition of Mr. Chamberlain's work, under the auspices of the
Ann Arbor Art Association, is now being held in Alumni Memorial Hall.
J. G. Winter
Lecture by Professor Churchill:
Profe'ssor Alfred V. Churchill, Hlead of the Fine Arts Department
in Smith College, will lecture on: "Modern Romantic Painting" in the
Natural Science Audito-ium at 4:15 Monday, February 18. Illustrated.j
The public is invited.
J. G. Winter
Lecture by Dr. Van Glabbeke:
Dr. Adolphe Van Glabbeke, of Brussels, will lecture on: "Leonardo
da Vinci" in the West Lecture Room, Memorial Hall, Tuesday, February
39, at 4:15. The public is invited.
J. G. Winter

All Faculty Men:
To clarify statements made at last Wednesday's meeting of the
Faculty Men's Volley Ball class, it is announced that until further
notice, the class will meet Mondays and Wednesdays at 4:30 p. m. in
the Auxiliary Gym Room of the Intramural Sports'Building. Arrange-
ments can be made available to accommodate any additional members
who may desi e to join.
Philip O. Potts I
Mechanical Engineering 7 & 8
Owing to the shortage of periods for the Monday-Friday after-
noon sections in these two classes, work will start on Friday, Feb. 15,
at 1 p. M.
The men in these classes will please report ready for work, teat
is provided with instrument checks, overalls, M. E. 7 or 8 mimeographed
forms, etc.
The instrument checks are obtained as follows: Deposit one dollar
at the Treasurer's office and you will be given a pink card. Take this
to Room 122 West Engineering Bldg. and you will be provided with
instrument checks and assigned a locker.
The M. E. 7 and M. E. 8 Laboratory Forms are available at Slateri
Book Store on State Street.
U. J. Watson
Mathematics 52:
I Section four of Mathematics 52 will meet today at 1 o'clock in room
13201 A. H.



Library Science 222:

Rne Morrow Is Showered With
Congratulations By Lone
Eagle's Admirers


If. C. Carver

Students who have registered for Course 222 (seminar in Special
Administrative and Bibliographical Problems) will please meet Mr.
Bishop in the Librarian's Office at 4 p. m. Friday afternoon, Feb. 15.
Speech 31 and 32:
All students wishing to elect Speech 31 or 32 who are not already
enrolled in a definite section are requested to assemble in Room 4203
Angell Hall Saturday morning, at 11 o'clock, February 16. At this
time an additional section will be arranged to meet the needs of the
.. J. M. O'Neill
Rhetoric 1:
Section I will meet on Friday at nine o'clock in Room 407 Library.
I. W., Cowden
Rhetoric 2:
Section 34 will meet on Friday at nine o'clock in 103 Romance
Language Building.
IW. A. Donnelly
History 92:
Students will please report the week's readings on the regular
History Reading Report forms at the beginning of each section.
Frank L. Sawyer
Rhetoric 156:
Class will meet at 4 o'clock Friday in 3231 Angell Hall.
F. W. Peterson

iAnne Morrow is learning rapidly NEXT DECADE,
what being 'a celebrity is like.__
'In the light of no more than the LABIR SlORTAGE IS SEEN
reflected glory of her engagement ,
to Col. Charles A. Lindbergh sheB
has received a floor of telegrams, Small Birth Rate And Heavy
and cablegrams of congratula- i Casualties Are Result Of Great
tons and felicitation which have Struggle In World War
nearly overwhelmed her. !
As plain Anne Morrow, former (Bya Associated Press)
Smith College student, and daugh- BERLIN, Feb. 13.-Germany's
ter of Ambassador Dwight W. Mor- first generation of war children ap-
row, she might attract little more proaches maturity weakened by ap-
attention on a walk down the proximately 3,500,000 "casualties."
street than any other demure girl. I The destruction of life anh the
But as fiancee to Col. Lindberg shortage of births during the war
she is very much in the public eye years will have an important ef-
and seems due to remain there for feet on the German labor market
some time to come. and the development of the repub-
Messages received thus far are lic. This fact becomes apparent
from friends, former class mates at as the children born in 1915 ap-
Smith College, friends of the fam- proach the end of their legal
ily, and many from people whose schooling.
)names she has never even heard- The urban labor question is en-
friends and well wishers of Col. gaging close attention of all Ger-
Lindberg. The messages 'are from? man municipalities, whose repre-
all parts of the world. i sentatives meet every year incon-
gress to compafe notes and agree
MILITAR Y SOC IET Y on measures for the good of their
TO SPONSOR BALL iUnemployment has passed the
1,000,000 figure in December, al-
ICo-operation with the Military though the Dawes plan calls for
department in sponsoring the greater effort, more intensive pro-
Military ball was resolved by duction and larger exports. The
Scabbard and Blade at a meeting trouble confronting German em-
Wednesday evening. The honor- ployers at the present time is chief-
ary society took action to work in ly that there is not a sufficient
conjunction with the R. o. T. C. number of skilled and able-bodied
in promoting the annual social workmen to go round.
function of campus military cir- In a report by Prof. Hermann
Iles, to be held this year on April T. Morgenroth,, eminent Munich
26. statistican, it is shown that where-
Officers were /elected at the as the wage-earning population
same meeting. The men chosen between 15 and 65 within the pres-
were: Charles Moyer, '30, Captain; ent confines of the reich has grown
Thomas Cooke, '31, First Lieuten- by 5,000,000 during the past de-
ant; Thurman Rogers, '31, Sec- cade, the generation below 15 has
ond Lieutenant; Fred Fenton, '31, decreased by 4,000,000. Moreover,ge workers age has, b
F__rst__ergean_._reason of the war, risen to a point
well past what is considered the
UNIVERSIT Y MEN peak of productiveness.
TRY FOR A WARD German workmen of the present
day, Prof. Morgenroth points out,
Six students of the University ofI are mostly "past their best," and
noeth Mcvoy, '30E, I the next generation is not com-
Michigan, Robert McCoy, '30E, ing up in sufficient numbers to fill
Paul Kuhn, '30E, Lewis Levine, their ranks.
'29E, J. R. Schmidgall, '30E, Alex- This is Illustarted by the fact
ander Toth, '30E.Ad, and M. F. that in the main urban centers in
Saxton, '29E, have been trying to Germany from 10 to 12 per cent of
win a four year university scholar- the total population receive unem-
ship in aeronautics, or an Eagle- ployment or poor relief. Counting
rock airplane, offered this spring in their dependents, Prof. Morgen-
by the .Alexander Aircraft com- roth comes to the conclusion
pany to the American undergrad- that nearly one-third of the large
uate who reveals the deepest in- urban population are temporarily
sight and practical imagination Ior in some measure permanently a
aeronautics. charge on public charity.
Beta Kappa Rho:
The next meeting of Beta Kappa Rho will be held Saturday evening,
Feb. 16, 1319 Forest Avenue.
Louise J. Lingel, President








Bryant Walker Schblarship in Zoology:
This scholarship at an approved biological station, with a stipend
of $75.00, is available each year. Applications should be addressed
to the Chairman of the Zoology Department of the University, and,
must be in his hands by March 1.
Peter Okkelberg
Changes of Elections-School of Education:
Unavoidable changes of elections may be -made on Thursday and
Friday, February 14 and 15, in the Office of the Recorder of the
School of Education, Room 105, Tappan Hall.
Membership in a class does not cease nor does membership in a
class begin until all changes have been officially registered in the Office
of the Recorder of the School of Education.
Arrangements made only with the instructors are not official
Changes in sections or instructors mustsbesreported.
After Febuary 14 and 15, changes must still be made, through the
Recorder's Office of the School of Education, but a fee of $1 will be
Gretchen Krug, Recorder
The New York Times Current Events Contest:
The New York Times Intercollegiate Current Events Contest will
be held Friday, February 15, at 3 p. m. in room 2023 Angell Hall. The
contest is open to all undergraduates. Three cash prizes of $150, $75,1
and $25, the second of which will be restricted to sophomores and
freshmen, will be awarded to the winners. The best paper will be
submitted in competition for the intercollegiate prize of $500. All
paper required for the examination will be supplied by the committee
in charge of the contest.
Everett S. Browli

Rhetoric 68:
Class hereafter will meet in 2203 Angell Hall.


F. W. Peterson

Anthropology 2:
This course meets in room 35 A. II., MWF at 2 p. m.
J. H1. Steward
Speech 81-Advanced Debate Class:
The tryouts for the Western Conference League debate will be held
on Tuesday, February 19, at 1 p. m., in room 3209 A. H. The speeches
will be five minutes, in length on either side of the question: Resolved
That a judge or a board of judges be substituted for the jury in all
trials throughout the United States. Any student not a member of this
class may be admitted to this course upon making a satisfactory show-
ing in this try-out.
.J. M. O'Neill
Men's Educational Club:
The Men's Education Club will meet at 7:00, Monday evening, Feb.
18, in Room 304 of the Michigan Union. Dr. Shirley W. Allen will
speak on Michigan Forests, and will illustrate IisTalk with a new
teaching device. All men who are interested in education are invited.
John D. B. Luyendyk



Entering Women: Prescott Club:
The Advisers of Women are receiving informally Friday evening for Dr. Frank M. Kirby, Salesmanager for the Abbott Laboratories, Chi-
all women new on campus this semester. Any girl who has failed to cago, will address the club on "Alkaloids, Anaesthetics, and Antiseptics,"
receive her invitation is urged to consider this notice as one. The hours Tuesday, February 19, in Room 303 Chemistry Building, at 7:30 p. m.
are from 8 to 11, In the Women's Athletic Building. Fred H. Weininann, Pres.
Grace Richards
(Economics Club:
To Graduate Students in Education: Meets Monday, February 18. at 8 o'clock in Room 302 of the
The next meeting of the Graduate Students in Education will btu Union. Professor R. V. Leffler will speak on "The Elasticity of Money."
held .in the Ladies Dining Room of the Michigan Union, Saturday, Feb. Members of the staff and graduate students in Economics and Business
16, at 1:00. Administration are invited.
Miss Weeks,; Messrs. Cowart, Pickens, and Roudebush, instructors Carter Goodrich
from southern institutions of higher learning who were sent to the -
University of Michigan by the General Board of Education to make I Michigan Dames:
a special study of teacher-training, will have charge of the program. The Michigan Dames will entertain their husbands at a pet-luck
All Graduate Students in Education are invited. tdinner party Friday, February 15, at 6:30, at the Faculty Women's
Clifford Woody,, j Clubhouse, 226 South Ingalls street. For further information, call Mrs.
Chairman Committee on Graduate R. D. MacNitt, 22332.

Polonia Literary Circle:
There will be a meeting Friday, Feb. 15, at 7:30 p. m. at 'Lane
Hall. Since this is the first meeting of the second semester all mem-
bers are requested to be present.
J. Kurez, Pres.

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Mother or Sweetheart, that
will bring lasting joy, showing
your thoughtfulness and con-
veying your kindest regards.

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Acts, by
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