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T LI MI~IGANDATL WEDESDA, DEEMBE 5.1
This is not one of the series of dances for
the club is sponsoring during the winter.
series will be January 15.
faculty and alumni wh
The next dance of r
Mrs. WV. L. Badgecr
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.)
Sellers for League and Inter-Church Bazaar:
A regular faculty meeting of the School of Education will be held
on Monday, December 10, at 4:15 p. m. in Room 109 Tappan Hall.
C. O. Davis, Secretary
Moving Pictures of Industry:
The third of the School of Business Administration's programs will
be held in Natural Science Auditorium at 4:15 p. m. Wednesday, Decem-
ber 5. The following films will be shown:
The Fair of the Iron Horse (depicting one hundred years of progress
in railroad transportation.)
The Orange Industry (from orange grove to market, partly in color.)
All persons interested are invited to attend these programs which
are designed particularly to give business students background material.
Carl N. Schmalz
Mr. Jean Maigret will give the second lecture on the Cercle Francais
program: "L'Escadrille Lafayette pendant la Guerre," Wednesday, De-
cember 5, at 4:15 o'clock, in Room 1025, Angell Hall.
Tickets for the whole series of lectures and plays may be procured
from the Secretary of the Department of Romance Languages (room
112, Romance panguages Bldg.) or at the door.
History 5: '
Those who were absent from the regular midsemester examintion
may take a make-up in Room 35 Angell Hall, Friday, December 7,
at 4 p. m.
Stdents in Engineering Mechanics 1:
Friday at 4:30, Room 101 West Engineering Building, there will
be a discussion of methods of solutions of problems in Engineering
Mechanics I by a member of the Mechanics Faculty. All students
interested are invited to attend.
F. N. Menefee
Assistants in Department of Mathematics:
Therewill be a meeting of assistants in the department on Thurs-
day, December 6, in room 3200, Angell Hall at 4:30 p. m.
Morris F. Lipcovitz, Assistant
4l House Presidents:
Signing-out slips were due at the Women's League Office last
Saturday and must be turned in immediately.
Board of Representatives:
There will be a meeting Thursday, December 6, at 5:00 p. m., in
Room 110, Library.
Students interested in Archery will meet at Dr. Lynam's office,
Yost Field Building, Thursday evening, at 7:30.
Geological and Geographical Journal Club:
There will be a joint meeting in Room 2054 N. S. at 8 o'clock on
Thursday evening, December 6. Dr. L. B. Kelum will give an illustrated
lecture on, "Explorations in Tropical Mexico." All interested are cor-
01ally invited to attend.
E. N. Goddard, Secy.
Women's Educational Club:
There will be a meeting of the Women's Educational Club, Wednes-
fay, December 5, at 4 o'clock, at the Women's Field House. Mr. Vliet,
Supt. of Schools at Birmingham, Michigan, will conduct a personal
interview for a teaching position-for the benefit of the members of the
club, and will talk to the group on that topic. All students interested
in teaching are urged to attend this meeting.
Hellen R. Shambaugh, Faculty Sponsor
There will be a meeting of the Forestry Club, Wednesday, December
5, at 7:30 p. m. in 2039 N. S. Randall McCain and J. C. Craig will talk
on their summer's experiences. Every member is urged to be present.
W. C. Branch, President
CIub Night Friday evening, December 7. Program: Gilbert Barnes,
and Professor H. F. Adams. Discussion will follow Professor Adams'
talk on "Ratings.'' Refreshments.
Industrial Engineering Society:
Theire will be an open meeting of the I. E. S. Wednesday, Decem-
ber 5, at 7:30 p. m. A. H. Lockwood and "Mac" Melone will speak
on "Labor Problems in Paper Mills," and they will give a discussion of
the practical methods used in their solution.
The meeting will be used 'in Room 302 of the Union. All men
interested are invited to attend.
Wilmer R. Wright, President
Faculty Women's Club:
The regular December meeting of the Faculty Women's Club will
be a Christmas party with the husbands of the members as guests.
It will be at the Union on Thursday evening, December 6, from 9:00 to
12:00. There will be dancing and also tables for cards.
There will be a meeting Wednesday at 5 p. m. in West Gall
Alumni Memorial Hall of all girls who have signed to sell at1
It is imperative that everyone report.
Attendance will be taken.
Madge Brook, Chairman
Sigma Gamma Epsilon:
There will be a luncheon at the Union at 12:15, Thursday.
members are urged to be present.
C. 11. Riggs, Secretary
Scabbard and Blade:
There will be a regular meeting Wednesday, Dec. 5, at 8:00 int
Charles E. Staff
Ann Arbor Division, Detroit Chapter, A. S. S. T.:
Mr. Frank B. Lounsberry, 12 E., vice-president of the Atlas S
Corporation, will address the division at 8 p. m., Wednesday, Decem
5, in room 3201 East Engineering Building. His subject will be "T
Steel," and all persons interested will be welcome.
W. P. Wood
There vA be a short inceting of thc Board Wednesday aftern
at 4:15 in Room 3209 A. H.
Robert J. Gessner, President
Meeting Wednesday, December 5, 8:15 p. m. at 1954 Cambri
Road. Gilbert Barnes will speak on "Orientation in Education."
E. C. Prophet, Clerk
Maurice Samuel, author of "You Gentiles" etc., authologist a
translator of Count Keyserling's works, will speak at Natural Scier
Auditorium on Wednesday evening, December 5 at 8 o'clock p. m.1
topic will be "Race Prejudices." The public is invited.
Rehearsal tonight at 7:15 at Morris Hall.
Gilbert B. Saltonstall
Chi Delta Phi:
Chi Delta Phi will meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock in Room 406, Mart
Louisa Butler, President
Phi Lambda Upsilon:
There will be an informal meeting Thursday evening, Decemb
7, at 7:30 p. m. in the seminar room of East Engineering Buildir
Faculty and students of this chapter and other chapters are invit
Franklin D. Smith, President
c N |IN flI P FRIES DECLARES BALTIMORE TALK
SL LWAS MISQUOTED,_EXPLAINS OPINION
"MisquotationTcaused some mis- to do the "correct thing" in a new
understanding of the scientific social situation; and that gram-
ery, point of viewimar is not a list of rules imposed
the epin e in y ae Bi- by authority but a scientific ree-
All-Engineering Meeting To Be Held I explained o my address at Balti- ord of the actual phenomena of
To Hear Designer Of Chicago's more before the National Council language. In our schools this
$80,000,000 Terminal of Teachers of English," declared means that we should stop teaching
Prof. Charles C. Fries of the Eng- an artificial language, a make-be-
SPEECH WILL BE TONIGHT lish department, '*national presi- lieve grammar, and seek to develop
dent of the Council, when inter- a flexible attitude to the language
AlAl l engineers of the University viewed yesterday. "In fact, part based on a knowledge of the stan-
are beinginvited to attend an it of an interview with my colleague, dard of English dialect."
lustrated talk at 8 o'clock this eve- Sir William Cragie, printed the day Both in the study of the educa-
ning in room 348 of the West En- before, was attributed to me in a tional process and in actual teach-
gineeribg building. Charles H. Mot- rehashed and garbled form. ing, Professor Fries believes, the
the tier, design engineer of the Chicago j "What I really said was simply emphasis upon objective tests,
$80,000,000 railroad terminal pro- that there is no absolute right and graphs, statistical tables has re-
ject, will be the speaker and he wrong in language as there is in sulted in centering attention upon
will discuss the railroad project, arithmetic; thati the attempt to the mechanical aspects of subject
which he has been studying for talk according to rigid rule is mere- matter and the surface facts of
teel the past ten years. ly the effort of a rising bourgeoisie educational problems.
eool Mottier has been brought here
?olthrough the courtesy of Prof. Wal-!
ter E. Sadler, and Prof. John S.
Worley, of the engineering college.
The meeting is being sponsored by A
oon the Transportation club, and L J k S 1 L .O 1 JE
Clarke Harris, president of the club,
The railroad terminal project is!
an undertaking of the Illinois Cen- T IM E !
dge tral railroad to erect a terminal in
Chicago similar to that of the
Grand Central Station in New
York. Mottier in his address,
which will be illustrated by 100* ***
whih il beilusratd y 00 Heaping plates of Juicy, rich brown" Pork
nd slides , will discuss electrificationy
nce of the Illinois Central road for 30 Sausage sizzling hot are deal for breakfast,
His miles in the Chicago district, the
layout of the passenger depot, highl c r n
speed suburban transportationlr
modern freight handling methods,
grade separations for 30 miles,
massive retaining walls built below PLACE YOUR ORDER TODAY
lake level, and an 84 building to
be half again as high as the Wool-
worth building in New York. This t
,ha structure is to be erected over the
railoadtracks. To indicate its
immense size, it is pointed out thatG fells M arket
the building will contain four ho-
ter els, and will have an express ele- 223 N. Main Dial 4208
ng. vator to each of the 84 stories.
ng. Mottier is an engineer of consider-
;ed' able repute in the bridge andrail-
road line. He has been associated, ult et.a l ie
with this work for nearly 20 years,
the last decade being spent in de-
signing the Chicago terminal.
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