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S^ T ^ rA 1APRIL 20, 1929



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Publication in the Bulletin is conkructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi-
dent until 3A30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)






No. 145

University Lectuires' >
Prof. Howard Mumford Jones of the University of orth Carolina,
will deliver a series of three lectures on "American and French Litera-
ture" in the Natural Science Auditorium, as follows:
1 The Comparative Problem, Mnday, April 22, at 4:15 p. m.
2 The Cosmopolitan Vogue, Tuesday, April 23, at 4:15 p. m.
3 French Fiction and the Middle Class, Tuesday, April 23, at 7:30
p. m.
The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins
Visitors Night-Angell Ball Laboratory:
The public is invited to visit the Astronomical Laboratory in Angell
lhall to observe the moon from 8 to 10 p. in. on Friday and Saturdayr
nights, April 19 and 20. Admission only by ticket. Reservation must
be made by calling the Observatory Office on Ann Strect between 9 a. m.
and 12 noon on Friday and Saturday.
R. It. Curtiss i
Faculty, College of Literature, Science and the Arts:
The April meeting of the Literary Faculty will be held on Monday,
April 22, at 4:10 p. m. in room 2225, Angell Hall.
John R. Effinger

President Little To Deliver Speech
Of Welcome; Jotter, Dearborn
And Allen On Program
Approximately 150 rural teachers
from Washtenaw county will as-
semble. at 9:45 this morning in.
Saginaw forest out Huron street in
a forest, conservation day jointly
sponsored by the Washtenaw coun-
try school commission under Cora
L. Haas and the School of Forestry
and Conservation. The program is
arranged with .the view of advanc-
ing the problem of conservation
among the rural schools of the
county and state.
The teachers will be welcomed at
10 o'clock by President Clarence C.
Little, who will speak generally on
the conservation program of the
forestry school, to which he has
lent much support and impetus.
After President Little's welcome
the group, will be divided into
smaller groups, which' will be taken
in charge by Prof. E. V. Jotter, in
charge of the general program, and
by other members of the faculty of
th forestr shool


Here and There !Al Jolson's "Singing Fool" and Wil-
If you desire a last look at Pola lim Powell's "Canary Murder
Negri, famed German screen star, Case" from S. S. Van Dine's best-
who has been slowly but surely:sllr
flickering out, she may be viewed Fred Waring and his Pennsylvan-
today at the Michigan in "A Wo - ;ans have crashed through with
man from Moscow." Two R-K-O "Synopation", a full length Photo-
acts are on the stage. phone feature, which will tenant
* * Detroit's Capitol theater next Fri-
Sunday brings promise of an day. The name tells the story.
excellent show on Liberty Street B.J.A.
with the arrival of "The Rescue".
taken from one of Conrad's sea NAPOLI RESIGNS
tales, in which Ronald Colman is

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* * *
"A Woman of Affairs" opens to- Anton Napoh, of the Romance
day at the Majestic with Jawn Gil- languages department and faculty
bert and Greta Garbo. It should sponsor of Il Circolo Italiano, will
be good and certainly can't help leave the University at the close
being an improvement over "Cele- of the present semester to work for
brity," the last offering at that his doctorate at the University of
theater, about which the less said Wisconsin, it was announced yes-
the better. torday, by Prof. Hugo P. Thieme,
- *head of the department.
Talking pictures seem to be doing While pursuing his studies in
quite well at the Wuerth. Lined Wisconsin, Napoli will do part-time
up for future showing there are teaching.

Executive Board, Graduate School:
There will be a meeting of the Executive Board of the
School on Monday, April 22, at 2:00 p. m.
Ruth A.
Last Semester Students in English 6. Report Writing:


Headed by Charles G. Dawes, recently appointed to fill the place of
Allanson B. Houghton as ambassador to Great Britain, a group of
American experts were lately greeted by Dominicans at Santo Domingo
where they went as a committee to reorganize the financial system of
the Dominican republic.
Albert Kahn, Detroit Designer, Sees Field



Last semester students in English 6 may get their theses by calling Of Architecture D
at room 1203 East Engineering Building. They may also be interested _
to see the theses from this semester's class which are now ready for (Continued From Page 1) 1
study and will be available in the same room during the next two fessions in regard to money."
weeks. "That too, is divided," he an-j
J. Raleigh Nelson swered. "I dare say that ninety!
per cent of all architects do no,
Examininations for Positions in the Federal Children's Bureau: earn over $10,000 a year, while the
Notice has come to me. regarding these positions, application for other ten per cent, earn anywhere
which must be made not later than May 1, 1929. There are two jobs, up to $500,000 a year. For the first
associate social economist and assistant social economist. The social ser- five years I would say that the
Nice examination must be taken for both of them. I should be glad jyoung architect does not earn as
to interview students who are interested. Graduate work is required. much as the young doctor. The
A. E. Wood reason is that it is so very, very dif-
ficult to "break into" architecture.
Rlequired Physical Education for Women: At least in medicine you can do
Classes will not meet on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday-April 22, 23, free work and cinic work and thus
24. work up a clientele. A young arch-
lock-. itect cannot offer to des'ign a
lch lasses-optional. [house free of charge for no onej
Track and efield-Interclass--Intramural-Orchesis and Freshman would be willing to trust him with
Pageant will meet as usual. the task. So the start of an arch-

Deficient In Real Talent

are having difficulty in keeping up e ill discuss 'For-
the pace, don't waste your time but cat Influences," which is an over-
get out before it is too late.' There laid topic dealing with the ways in
are enough mediocre architects and which the forest affects waterflow,
it is practically impossible for one temperature, wind, landscape, beau-
to become a really good architect ty, and other occurrences concerned
I on ordinary work in school," Mr. with human life. The talk will be
Kahn concluded. made as applicable to county' pro-
f I -blems as is possible.
BRITTON LECTURES j Prof. Ned Dearborn will consider
the question of, "Forest Animal
ON DOW COMPANY Life." This will include a discus-
- - ;sion of the distribution of birds and
Dr. Edgar C. Britton, head of the mammals in various situations.
organic. research laboratory of the In conjunction with tomorrow's
Dow Chemical company, situated at program Prof. Jotter has outlined a
Midlands, Michigan, spoke on his course of study, which will be'
work at a lecture yesterday after- taught along with other subjects in
noon in room 165 Chemistry build- the curricula. The study of forest-1
ing. The title of his tal was "The ry in connection with arithmatic, I
Dow Chemical Company." Dr. Brit- for example, will consist of arith-
ton has been working on high pres- metic problems dealing with the
sure experiments for several years. subject of forestry. The course is
His talk was given under ti-i au- divided into two classes, one for
spices of the AmericanrChemical those students below: the fourth
society. grade and the other for 'those
Dr. Britton is an alumnus of the above. It is thus hoped to bring
University, and was an instructor the attention of the problem of
in organic chemistry for some time. conservation into consideration by
He left the school to take his pres- making an appeal to the younger
ent post. students.

Margaret Bell

Members of the class who are to take the trip to Wayne County
Training School will meet on the west side of Hill Auditorium, today,
at 8 a. m.
A. E. Wood
Varsity Band:.
There will be a formation in full uniform for the baseball game this'
afternoon 91 Morris Hall at 1:45 o'clock.
Elbert E. Trail, Asst. Mgr.

Miasonic Students:
The regular meeting of the Craftsmen Club will be held in
large lodge room of the Masonic Temple Saturday evening, April
at 7:30. It is important that all members be present.
R. W. Webster, President


Iitect's career is hard and discour-
I aging, but if he is really possessed
of ability the returns will be worth
"Oftentimes young men tell me
that they are going into the archi-
tectural school and ask my advice.
I tell them that it is very fine. It
is the best profession in the world
'without a doubt. But I always add,
at the end of your first year take
stock of yourself. If you are at the
head of the class battling among
the leaders, fine. However, if you
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Telephone 22541
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Investment Securities
7th Floor First Nat'l
Bank Bldg.


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Cap Night Committee:
There will be an important meeting of the Cap Night Committee
in room 306 of the Union Monday night at 8 o'clock. All members please
Ken. Houck
Hindustan Club:
There will be an important meeting of the Hindustan Club on Sun-
(lay, April 21, at Lane Hall at 2:30 p. m. All Ixdian students are
iMrged to be present.
S. A. Rahman, Secretary
Notice-Women Students:
I will not be in my medical office Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday.
Dr. Sappington will see my patients.
Margaret Bell

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