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TIITJ.RSDAY, FEBRUARY 2f, 106'

THE- M'!C,,,I-JIGAN DAILY

i'AGE EIGHT Ti-IF. MICIIIGAN F)AIL'Y TIIUhSDAY, FI~13RUAflY 21, 192~

D0:A I LY FIILBULLE
blication i#. the Bulletin is constructive notice to all
of the Unhierity. Copy received by the Assistant to tJ
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a, in, Saturdiay.)

"THREE TIMES WILL BREAK THE SPELL" DECLARES FLO HTFLUSETS
AS HE PREPARES VETERAN PLANE FR Ht AAA"FLIG a~AIIIS4U DY
No.03 Thir A ea h Ilva
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1929

University Lecture:~

Dr. Ernesto Nelson, Director of Secondary Education in the Argentine
and President of the Argentine Mifsion to the United States, will give
a University lecture in English o "Argentine Education as seen through
North American Eyes" in Natural Science Auditorium, Thursday, Feb.
21, at 4:00 p. m.
The public is cordially invited.
Charles B. Vibbert,
Chairman Reception Coin.
Public Lecture:
Hon. W. J. Cooper, the newly appointed United States Commissioner
,of Education will give an address on some phase of Education on Fri-
day, March 1. The public will be cordially welcome.
C. 0. Davis, Secy.
Hygiene 101 Students, First Semester:
All Hygiene notes must be ealled for, Room 2, Waterman Gyiinas-
lum on or before Thursday. F ,bruary 21, or they will be destroyed.
Job nSundwall
Preventive Medicine Students, Frst Semester:
Preventive Medicine class not es must be called for, room 2, Water-
man Gymnasium, on or before Thursday, Feb. 21. or they will be de-
stroyed.
John Sundwall
Bureau of Appointments:
All students enrolled with the Bureau who have not yet filled in
.... 4;.11ttiof~ 1nen'i c ~Jc ill nlease call at the office.

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"Three times should b-eak the
spell" must be the philosophical
thought of Lieutenant Leonard
Flo, Ann Arbor's own Lindbergh,
who is attempting this Saturday
to make a non-s' op flifxht to la-s
vana, Cuba., for the third time.
To date Lieutenant Flo has not
been at all lucky in his attempts
'o reach the Carribean island, for
both times before he was forced
4 down because of some mishap just l
I when his goal was in sight. The
last attempt Flo made was last
fall when, after numerous delays
Sdueto treacherous weather condi-
tions, he hopped oi from the air-
port at Walkerville, Ont., in a flurry
VIII of early snow. For this flight he
Iwas coached by Hassel and Cramer,
HAYDEN ivho were at the time in Michigan.
in the use of navigating instru-

MY

Advice

Lieutenant Leonard Floi i his
Spartan bi-plane in which he mlmuss
his second attempt to reach Ha -/lUS
vana, Cuba, last fall. The plane H
is a veteran companion of his ex

AND SEE

VLINI'S TRUCE WITH PIUS
IS GREATEST WORK, SAYS

Location B3Lanxs Ufor Le second semeseur wI L pVAJ.A jzi1taJ4 I'
102 Tappan Hall, this week, and fill out these blanks. All students who
have the blanks out, must turn them in tjiis week.
lellen R. Shambaugh, Secy.
All Campus Forum:
Dr. Hugh Cabot, dean of the Medical School, will speak today at
4:05 p. m. at Lane Hall. Under the general heading, "Looking on Life"
Dean Cabot will discuss "The Basis of Faith." All men and women
students and members of the factulty are invited.
The Forum Committee'
Dental Mineralogy-Mineralogy 18:
The examination for the removal of conditions received in this
course will be given at 9 a. m. in Room 4082, Natural Science Building,
on Saturday,. February 23. The examination will be of the usual writ-
ten type.
Albert B. Peck
Sociology 257:
Dr. Hincks' course- in The Psychology of Juvenile Delinquency will
meet hereafter in Room 103, Economics Bldg., at 2:30 on Thursday.
A. E. Wood
Archery:
There willy. be a meeting of the Archery class at the Yost Field
ouse Thursday evening, February 21, at 7:30 p. m.;
Frank Lynam
Iistory 5, 93, 95:
Make-up examinations in these courses for students who were un-
avoidably absent at the time of the regular final examinations may
be taken in Room 1025 Angell Hall, Thursday, February 28, from 2 to 5.
Preston Slosson

uetraveee s over nearl all of the By Peggy Eckels have in Italy, and whether or not
south-west and mid-western states. There are two large comments to this is its ultimate aim. Professor,
be made on the present situation Hayden would declare himself,'
in Italy concerning the truce re- neither one way nor another onj
Re istration Closes cently signed between Benito Mus- this point, but he did make the I
solini, Italian dictator, and Pope statement that he did not believej
For Speech Contest Pius VIII, head of the Catholic that the church would enter the l
church, according to Joseph R., League of Nations.
Hayden, professor of political sci- "The Catholic church will have
All students desiring to euter ence at the University. twice as much power outside the
1 the Northern Oratorical contest "In the first place," said Professor League as it would in, and I believe
must get their names in to the Hayden anent the recent agree- it is smart enough to realize this,
secretary of the speech office on ment, "I believe this latest act to and stay out," he said. "The Leag--
the third floor of Angell hall some- be of more lasting importance thanĀ° ue is too much dominated by Great
time today, Prof. James M. O'Neill, anything else Mussolini has done Britain for the church to take a
head of the speech department an- during his term as dictator. We chance of risking its power by en-
nounced yesterday. cannot tell how long his economic tering."
The first part of the local con- or political systems will last after The exact nature of the agree-
test will be held the first week in he is gone and the guiding force ment between Mussolini and Pius,
March. One sophomore, two jun- thus removed, but from now on, VIII will not be known until April,
iors, and two seniors will be chosen relations are fixed between the but it is a matter of general knowl-
at this time. These five students Italian church and the Italian gov- edge that the pact will restore to
will compete in a final contest in enment. When we consider the the church much of its former
Hill auditorium to be held the sec- iniportance of the Catholic church power. It has been apparent ever
ond week in March. The winner on down through the ages, especial- since the present Pope's installa-
of this final event will represent ly its importance in Italy, we beginI tion that he has been trying to;
the University in the finals of the to realize a little of what this work out some accordance with the
Northern Oratorical League, which means to a government which has government. He began office with
will take place in Hill auditorium been without the support of such a gesture of reconciliation, when
in the last week in March, a powerful institution since near he waved to the common people
The winner of the local contest the end of the last century." -' To the balcony of the V can..
The trouble began back, aboutJ
wins one hundred dollars, while As the second important poiu, 1870 when the Italian government,
fifty dollars is given to the student Professor Hayden noted the ques- struggling for unification, seized
awarded second place. Five hun--? tion raised by the American press +tregPopng por Fnc had een
dred dollars goes to the student of whether or not the Catholic Pupporting the Pope against the
winning first place in the final coz- church wishes agreements with all suornmnthe Pipl thaime, tht
test, and two hundred fifty dollars governments whereby it would ac when she was forced to withdraw
to the second best oration. quire as much power as it will soon he s forces, due to war withGer
Geological and Geographical Journal Club: i many, the Italians marched upon
There will be a meeting on Thursday, February 21 at 8:00 p. m. the Papal States and seized them
in room 4054 N. S. Prof. James will talk on. "The New Organization of for the new government. The Pope
the Freshman Course in Geography." All interested are cordially in- refused to make any kind of a
vited to attend. treaty saying that he was God's
E. N. (oddard, Secretary envoy on earth, and could never
submit to a temporal government.
Round Table Club: He retired to the Vatican protest-
There will be an important general mIetinv (0 the club in I h ing against this "insult to God."
Union at 8:30 p..m., Thursday, Feb. 21. All members are urged to! In the next year, the Italian
attend. government passed the Law of,
(Fwo the executive committee) Papal Guaranties. This gave the
Joseph 1. Cherry Pope complete control over the
- ---Vatican and St. Peter's, and pro-,
Music Section-Faculty Women's Chlb: vided him with his own guard and f
The Music Section of the Faculty Women's Club will hold their police force as well as a yearly al-I
February meeting at the School of Music, Thursday evening, February lowance of $650,000, which last
21, at 8:15, preceded by practice .for the chorus at 7:15. item he refused to accept.
Elana K. Taylor, Secretary Various succeeding Popes have
-held different attitudes toward the
Christian Science Society: state. Some have forbidden good
Christian Science Society of the University of Michigan meets Catholics to take any part in the
tonight at 7:30 in the upper room of Lane Hall. government, either by voting orI
Ford Jolnston, Secretary holding office, and most of them
1 have forbidden Catholic sovereigns
Mummers: to visit the King of Italy. This
There will be a meeting of Mummers Dramatic Society at the Pi tradition has gradually been
Beta Phi House today, Thursday, February 21. changed._
Please bring semester dues.
F. Watchnocket. President 'hro crnnlnlr nnizb T-clr I

ments which he did not have with
him on his pervious flight. His
"jinx," however, pursued him. and,
he was forced down in Key West,
Florida, almost unconscious from
the fumes of carbon monoxide gas.
It was only through a strong dose
of caffein that he was able to last
as long as hie did..
The flight to Havana, which is to
take place Saturday if the weather
is willing, will be from Walkerville
in a straight' line over the south-
ern mid-west states and over the
length of Florida. This last part
of the trip is familiar ground fo
Liuet. Flo; for he has flown over
practically the whole of this ter-'
rain during his years- in the Unitec I
States airmail service. About the
only portion of the hop over water
will be from Key west to Havana.
a distance of approximately 200,
miles. Roughly estimating, the
whole length of the flight is 1,400
to 1,500 miles.
I at
Wed. Feb. 27th
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COMEDY

Production

of

Elliot Lester's
Hilarious Comedy
Playing
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Senitics 102 & 154;
I shall be unable to meet these classes today.

Ellen Moore

Political Science 166-International Organization and Administration:
This class will meet at 8 a. m. Thursday in room 403 Library Build-

SATURDAY

ing:

EI. B. Calderwood

at 9:00

So.jology 132: Problems of Poverty:
Reading assignments are posted weekly on the Sociology Bulletin
Board in the Economics Building. The assignment for next week is
chapter XX in Queen and Mann and chapters III, IX, and XIII in
Dexter.
A. E. Wood I
Senior Engineers:
There will be a class meeting on Thursday, Feb. 21, in room 311 at
11:00 o'clock. It is urgently requested that all Senior Engineers be
present at this meeting since several very important matters will be
taken up. Dean Sadler has granted permission to excuse Seniors from
classes at this time.
Eugene Easterly, President

Mimes

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Theatre

Chemical Engineers:
Mr. Alfred H. White, president of the American Institute of Chem-
ecal Engineers, will speak to the student branch of the Institute at;
-7:15 p. m., Th,4rsday, Feb. 21, in the society room, 3201 East Engineering
R. C. Adams, Jr.
To All House Presidents:
The December and January signing out slips are due at the League
office this week. Please see that they are turned in immediately.
E ~zabetji Wellman, Chairman House Organization Coin.
Freshman Girls' Glee Club:
There will be no meeting until next Thursday.
Pauline Bowe, President

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.' V ~ u.a,RitT tI ;)u:a F -'rce granc opera suoiost s, mien
Bickerton, Raymond Koch, and
Spaniislh Lecture at 3 o'clock:. Eoch, lan
One of the members of the Argentine visitors will give an infor- ugene Dressler, will sing in
mal lecture in Spanish this after noon in the Romance Language "Faust," on March 20, under the
building. auspices of the University of Illi-.
Prof. C. P. Wagnzr. nois.
New York Listed
Soc SECOND SEMESTER.
Private wires to all
Markets ar r

Tickets at
Box fiCe
75

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Varsity Glee Club:
No rehearsal, tonight. In preparation for the Faculty Club enter-
tainment and broadcasting program, rehearsal will be held next Mon-
day evening at 7:00 o'clock sharp. All members are expected to be
n~reseint. -
Theodore Louis Trost, Pres.
Psychological Journal Club:
The Psychological Journal Club meets Thursday, Feb. 21, at 7:30,
in 3126 N. S. Mr.Sears will give "A review of studies of the psycho-
galvanic current." Visitors are welcome.,
-C. H. Grmfntts -

Conservabive margin accounts
solicited
Brown-Cress Co.,
Inc.

9 O'clock
Curtain
Saturd'ay
to Accommodate
Basket Ball Crowd
After the Game

Telephone 22541

n ga CGamma Epsilon :l
There will be a special meeting, Thursday at 5 p. m. in the Russel
Seminar rooM. .
C. H. Riggs, Secretary

7th Floor First Nat'l
Bank Bldg.

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