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DAILY OFFI CIAL BUL'LETIN
P$Iblication 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.)

Hoover Inspects Reconstruction Work ' f AMAI! Judge Accused Of EDUCATION CHIEF
Accompanied By Governor Of Florida Irregular Conduct WILL SPEAK HERE
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Vol. 39.

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY

23, 1929 No. 105

University Loan Committee:
The University Loan Committee. will
23, at 9:00 a. .m., in room 2, University
All students applying for loans from
arrange to appear before the Committee;

meet on Saturday, February'
Hall.
the University funds should
at this time.
J. A. Bursley I

University Lecture:
- Mr. Cuthbert Kelly of the "English Singers" will lecture at 4:15
p. m., Monday, February 25, in the Natu al Science Auditorium, on
"The Singing of Elizabethan Madrigals." Mr. Kelly will be assisted by
Miss Nellie Carson, contralto, who will illustrate the lecture with songs.
The public is cordially invited.'
F. E. Robbins
Matinee Musicale:
Under the auspices of the Study Group of Matinee Musical, the
following program will be given Mnday evening, February 25, at 8
o'clock, at the home of Mrs. Rene T .lamon: Mozart Sonata, Number
12, Schumann Sonata in A-m'nor. aul Crieg Sonata in F-minor fort
violin and piano, Louise Nelson and Thelma Newell. Mr. Philip Cuikin
will sing a group of Schumann songs, and Otto Stahl will give a short
discussion of harmonic developnen. All members of Matinee Musicale
are eligible to attend.
Mrs. Rene Talamon, President

P obat ion or "Hell-week" at the
Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity on
'he corner of Washtenaw and SouthI
University avenues, took on a novel
ispect when neophytes were called
out at 8:30 yesterday morning to
fight a fire which had broken out
between the partitions of the walls.
rrhe origin of the fire could not
be determined nor the amount of
the damage done. The fire had
gotten quite a start when it was
discovered, and the freshmen were
called outs as firefighters. The firej
department was almost immediate-
ly summoned and spent about an
hour and a half fighting the flames
which were entirely within the
building and its walls. It is sus-
pected that the fire was started by1
the combustion of the soot in a de-
fective chimney, although there is
little evidence to substantiate the
belief.

The faculty of the School of
Education are having a luncheon
in his honor on the same day ai
the Union. He will also speak at
the initiation dinner of Phi Deli a
Kappa, national honorary educa-
tional fraternity, later that even;
ing.
Mr.. Cooper has becomo we'l
known as one of the leading edu-
cators of the country, according to
Dr. George E. Myers, of the School
of Education, and it is generally
considered by those who know Mr.
Cooper that his appointment to a
national position was well made:
charges of irregularity in bank-
ruptcy cases lodged against him
by Rep. Fiorello H. LaGuardia of
New York.

William John Cooper, state super-
intendent of the public institutions
of California and recently appoint-
ed United States Commissioner of
Education, will speak here at 4
o'clock on Friday, March 1, in the
auditorium of the University High
School, on some phase of modern
-ducational problems.

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Judge Francis A. Winslow
Of New York, who has retained
counsel to defend him against

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Seniors and Graduate Chemicale , E J e drs: dh President-elect Herbert Hoover and Governor Doyle Carleton of
Dr. E. A. Rykenboer, Production Superintendent of the Roessler Florida, extreme right, snapped at South Bay, Fla., as they made a
and' Hassbacher Chemical Compan rt, Niagara Fals, N. Y., will be in tour with two members of the Flo rida drainage board, inspecting the
Room 2028 East Engineering building today, February 23, to inter- reconstruction work in the flood district of Lake Okeechobee.
view candidates for positions with his firm. This company manufac-
tures metal cyanides, metallic sod lum, and a wide line of chemicals
A. 11. White Philiie Problem made a special study of the ques-
5-5--tion.
Stamp Collectors: Will Be Considered The forums are held bi-weekly

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The regular meeting of the Ann A bor Stamp Club will be held
Saturday, February 23, in room 408 of the Romance Languages Build- Maximino G. Bueno, Grad., will
ing at 8:00. Visitors and collectors invited. Over 75 lots will be a1e- speak on, "A New Aspect of the
tioned after the meeting. Philippine Problem," at the first
S. B. Conger, Secretary international student forum of the
semester at 4:15 o'clock tomorrow
International Forum: afternoon in Lane hall. Bueno has,

by the Student Christian associa-
tion, and are for the purpose of
enabling students to discuss 'in-
ternational problems in an in-
formal meeting. The conferences
are open to all men and women
students on the campus.

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The first meeting of the International Forum this semester will
be held Sunday, February 24, at 4:15 p. m. in the lib:ary of Lane
Hall.
Mr. Maximo Bueno will lead an informal discussion on "A New
Aspect of the Philippine Question." Mr. Bueno has made an intensive
study of this field.
All interested students and faculty members are cordially invited
to attend.
.John M. Brumm
William B. Palmer
MU M I IBridge Tournament
Entries Close Today
IN All those desiring to enter the
all-campus bridge tournament to
be held under the auspices of the
Moving pictures of the points of, Union will have their final oppor-
interest in the University Museums tunity to do so today. A booth is
iuilding were recently shot by the being maintained fromm3 to 5:30
camera men who are preparing the o'clock this afternoon at the side
movies to be included in the cur- pos the Union lobby for this
rent issue .of the University mov- A total of fifty student teams,
ing pictures. have thus far signified their in-
The pictures were taken in the [tention of competing, and those
research laboratories and in the who will play their first matches
on Monday will be notified by tele-
exhibition rooms. A shot of Prof. phone previous to that time. The
R. C. Hussey of the geology depart- matches will be played at the Un-
ment, lecturing to students in a ion with the winners of each to be ,
course in historical geology in front' determined by three out of five
rubbers. Silver loving cups will be
of a huge skull in the paleontology; .g
exhibition room was obtained, given to members of the winnin
An terestingsht was takenoftam, hile those placing second
convalescent children from the h rceive a season pass to Mimes
branch hospital being conducted on' Registration in the Union all-
a tour through the building, campus billiards tournament will
These children were brought into continue until at least 75 have en-
the museum in wheel chairs, on tered. At the present time 35 haveI
crutches, and even on wheeled signed up. Forty singles and twelve
beds: doubles teams are .taking part in
- the bowling tournament, but the
COLORADO-Sunday movies and opportunity for entering will be
Sunday pool playing are banned held open for several days yet, ac
here because the Law Enforceme.nt cording to William E. Nissen, '29, 1
League believes that "Sunday president.
amusements lead to deadly sins."

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