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Publication 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.)
Vol. 39 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1928 No. 59.
Faculty, College of Literature, Science and the Arts:
The regular December Faculty meeting will occur Monday, Decem-
ber 3rd, at 4:10 p. m. in Room 2225 Angell Hall. Election of represen-
tatives of the reorganized Senate C ouncil and Special Orders will be
Women's Research Club:
The Women's Research Club will meet on Tuesday, Dec. 4, at 7:30r
p. m. in room 3116, Natural Science Building. Please note change of
room and date. Dr. Frieda Cobb Blanchard will talk on "Experiences
in the Tasmanian Mountains."
Olive M. Searle, Secretary
Faculty Women's Club:
The regular board meeting of the Faculty Women's Club will be
held on Monday, December 3, at 1 o'clock at the Marbruck Tea Room.r
Mrs. W. L. Badger
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Upper Room Bible Class:
Meets as usual in the "Upper Room" at Lane Hall at 7. p.
Faculty men and students are cordially invited.
George G. Alder
John R. Effinger
Professor C. Levaditi or the Pasteur Institute, Paris, will give a lec-
ture demonstration on Metallo Therapy in Syphilis, Monday afternoon,
December 3, at 1:00 p. m., West Amphitheater, West Medical Building.
M. H. Soule
Faculty, 4 Year Training Program in Physical Education, School Health
Meeting of the Faculty concerned with. this program of study will
be held in Women's Athletic Building, 12:15, Tuesday, December 4th.
Members of this Faculty are requested to attend.
Fraternity and Sorority Presidents:
Fraternities and sororities which have failed to file a list of their
members and pledges with the Office of the Dean of Students should
do so at once, using the printed form to be obtained from that office.
J. A. Bursley, Dean
The laboratories will not be open for make-up work on Saturday
morning, Dec. 1.
No make-up will be allowed on the exercise on Homology, which
must be completed according to schedule.
A. E. Woodhead
Complimentary Piano Recital:
Dalies Frantz, Elizabeth Davies-Gould and Ethel Hauser, pianists,
will give the following program of solo, duo, and three piano numbers
in Hill Auditorium, Sunday afternoon at 4:15. The general public
with the exception of small children is invited. No admission charge.
Bach, Prelude and Fugue in F minor; Mozart, Sonatine in C Major;
Schubert-Godowsky, Wiegenlied; Schubert-Godowsky, Das Wandern;
Tschaikowsky, Doumka (Dalies Frantz): Saint Saene; Variations on a
Theme of Beethoven (Elizabeth Davies Gould and Ethel Hauser): Bach,
Concerto in D minor for Three Pianos (Elizabeth Davies Qould, Ethel
Hauser and Dalies Frantz): Strauss-Chasins, The Blue Danube Waltzes
(Elizabeth Davies Gould and Ethel Hauser).
Charles A. Sink
Every member must be at Mo rris Hall at 12:00 noon today to go
to Detroit for the football game and banquet. If you can not attend
this formation you must call the d rum major (Narrin-21617) imme-
diately. See that your uniforms ar e pressed and in good shape.
Gilbert B. Saltonstall
Speech Defect Group:
Those of the 4:00 p. m. Thursday section who were unable to come
last Tuesday afternoon (November 27th) will meet with the other
group this coming Tuesday evening (December 4th) at 7:15 p. m.
The evening group will meet as usual.
P. D. Swann
The Philippine-Michigan Club:
The next regular meeting of the Club will be held at Wesley Hall
at 3:00 o'clock, Sunday afternoon, December 2, 1928.
All the members are expected to be present and hear the President
of the Japanese Club.
S. Padilla, President
Ohio State Graduates and Former Students:
Ohio State Day will be celebrated Friday, December 7th. Will all
graduates and former students please call Mrs. Frank A. Mickle or the
undersigned at once, in order that satisfactory preparations may be
Charles B. Godry, Telephone 21867
The International Forum will be held at 4:15 on Sunday, Decem-
ber 2, in Lane Hall, South Room. Prof. Arthur Wood of the sociology
department will lead a liberal, informal discussion on the subject
of "Immigration." Students of various countries have been asked to
present their experiences under the immigration laws. All foreign
and American students and faculty members are cordially invited to
J. M. Brumm.
W. B. Palmer,
For International Committee of
the S. C. A.
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The next meeting of the Michigan Dames will be held Tuesday,
December 4, 1928 at 8 o'clock at the Faculty Women's Clubhouse, 226
South Ingalls Street. Miss Mary Lytle will talk on the open road tour.
Mrs. C. W. Ferris, President
There will be a meeting of all J-Hop committeemen in room 304
of the Union °Sunday, at 4 p. m.
Harry W. Wallace, Chairman
Beta Kappa Rho:
The next meeting of Beta Kappa Rho will be held at 500 Highland
Road (Ruth Phillips) Saturday evening, December 1, 8:15.
Louis J. Lingel, President
Continuity Of Prosperity Is Stressed
In Hoover's Final Official Document'
"We are using our hardwoods at
a rate of four and one half times
the rate that we are growing
them," declared Prof. D. M. Mat-
thews, of the School of Forestry
and Conservation, to a group of
members of the Wood Industrial di-
vision of the American Society of
Mechancial Engineers gathered at
Grand Rapids last Monday.
Professor Matthews predicted that
our hardwoods would last for a com-
paratively short time in the future
and in addition recommended to
the group that as soon as proper
experimentation had been carried
on that South American timbers
would have to relieve the forth-
coming shortage of our own tim-
Many.of the assembly believed
that to provide such competition
to our own forests was unpatriotic.
"If you are willing to admit that
our hardwood forests are being
used 4 1-2 times as fast as they are
grown and that it will take fifteen
to twenty years to get ready to
supply a market twenty years
hence, theremiskno question that
we should start investigation of this
source of timber immediately," he
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WASHINGTON, Nov. 30.-Her-
bert Hoover's ,last official pro-
nouncement as a servant of the
government before his electioni as
president was made public Thurs-'
day in the form of the annual re-
port of the commerce department
for the fiscal year 1928, which
closed last June 30.1
ducts. The demand for farm prod-
ucts, which are for the most art
necessities of life, tends to increase
little if any more rapidly than pop-
ulation. On the other hand, there
1 is practically no limit to the de-
mand for manufactured commodi-
ture of semi-luxuries or luxuries. SPN
CALIFORNIA.-Under the direc-
tion of Dr. Kate Gordon of the
psychology department 750 stu-
dents were tested to find whether Hans Kritchner
pleasant or unpleasant childhood Who wishes to learn to "fly the
recollections were more prominent. right way." For that purpose, he
The result shows that spankings has, come to the United States,
and stomach-aches are just as which he believes holds better
likely to be remembered as cir- prospects for the student flyer than
cuses and ice-cream cones. Germany.
The document's keynote stressed
"the remarkable continuity of the
prosperity of the United States
during recent years and its pre-
vailingly upward trend." In the
foreword, usually the secretary's
own production, the steadiness of
prices, the improvement in trans-
portation, and the phenomena of
finance were treated, while agri-
culture was given a special study.
"Viewing the agricultural situa-
tion as a whole, no very marked
difference appears between condi-
tions in the fiscal year 1927-28 and
the preceeding fiscal year," Mr.
Hoover's section said. "The crops
harvested in the autumn of 1927
were in the aggregate of approxi-
mately the same magnitude as
those of 1926 and larger than in
any previous year except 1915 and
'It is true that the increase in
agricultural production both over a
long period of time and during re-
cent years has been decidedly less,
rapid than that in the production
of manufactured and mineral pro-
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