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ThURSDAY, DECI~MI3ER 6, 1928
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Round Table Will "the public ownership and control drawing u away from it.
of utilities and railriads a they There will be no admission
L ) v L L scuss S ocialism t r"tn i"to a d >tI t i nt t IIiC, o & 1
1______________________socialism," Professor Dickinson w lanyone interestd.
Pubcaio i te uletn s onsrutie otcetoal mmbrsanalyze the question and consder -
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members Prof. Z. Clark Dickinson, of the both the tendencies toward social- Subscribe for the Michiganensianf
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi- economics department, will be the ism and those tendencies which are now. It costs only $4.00.
dent until 3:30 p. mn. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday.) speaker at a meeting of the Round
Table club, Sunday, Dec. 9, at 2:45
Vol. 39 THURSDAY, "DECEMBER 6, 1928 No. 3. in room 204 S. W. His sub-
Uect will be "Are We Approaching DO YOUR
University Lecture: Socialism?"I
Professor E. R. Hedrick of the Southern Branch of the University Basing his talkon the statement
of California will lecture on "The Foundations of Mathematics," Friday of Herbert Hoover during the re-
afternoon at 4:15 in Room 1025, A. H. The public is cordially invited. cent presidentia- campaignthat C H R IS T M A S (
J. W. Glover Psychological Jo lnal Club:
The Psychological Journal Club
Physics Lectures: meets Thursday, Dec.6, at7:30
Professor Herman Weyl of Zurich will give two lectures on "The;in room 3126 N. . Professor Shep- S H O P P IN G
Group of Rotations in Quantum Mechanics." The first lecture will be ard will report the results of the
given December 6 at 4:15 p. in., the second, December 7, at 2:15 work on rats I the Psychology
p. in., both in Room 1041 East Physics Building. All interested in this laboratory. All who are interested fo
field are invited to attend are welcome. in any country of Europe at the1
II. M. Randall C. H. Griffitts
Assistants in Department of Mathematics: Christian Scien c Society:
There will be a meeting of assistants in the department on Thurs- Christian cience Society ofsd
day, December 6, in room 3200, Angell Hall at 4:30 p. in. the UniversityrofMichigan will notf
Morris F. Lipeovitz, Assistant meet tonight.
Sociology:ntn, Secy. International Bazaar
I shall be unablebto meet classes or keep consultation appointments Junior Women w e
today (Thursday). There will be a very important
R. If.Holmesc meeting thisafternoon at4:00 D ecem ber -7 and 8
Political Science 291-Journal Club:Ho'cloc nr wellaelea
The Journal Club in Political Science will meet Thursday afternoon Hsed. be resent.
at 3 p. in. in room 2035 Angell Hall. All graduate students majoring quested to be present.
in Political Science are expected to attend. L hi maC Juy, BARBOUR GYMNASIUM
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The preliminary contest is to be held Thursday, December 13. Lunches .50
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Campus Forum Today:-
Dr. Cyril H. Haas, '04M, will lead the Campus Forum discussion
this afternoon at 4:10 o'clock at Lane Hall on the subject "Sex and
Christianity." Dr. 11aas has been director of an American Hospital
in Turkey for the past 18 years. The Forum is open to both men andr
women students on the campus.
Martin Mol, President S. C. A.,
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. Kellum will give an illustrated!
lecture on, "Explorations in Tropical Mexico." All interested are cor-1
dially invited to attend.I
E. N. Goddard, Secy.
Phi Lambda Upsilon:
There will be an informal meeting Thursday evening, December
7, at 7:30 p. m. in the seminar room of East Engineering Building.
Faculty and students of this chapter and other chapters are invited.
Franklin D. Smith, President
Faculty Women's Club:T
The regular December meeting of the Faculty Women's Club willI
be a Christmas party with the husbands of the members as guests.t
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.
This is not one of the series of dances for faculty and alumni which
the club is sponsoring during the winter. The next dance of that
series will be January 15.
Mrs. W. L. Badger
University Club:
Club Night Friday evening, December 7. Program: Gilbert Barnes,
and Professor H. F. Adams. Discussion will follow Professor Adams'
talk on "Ratings.'" Refreshments.
Program Committee
All House Presidents:
Signing-put slips were due at the Women's League Office last
Saturday and must be turned in immediately.
Elizabeth Wellman
Board of Representatives:
There will be a meeting Thursday, December 6, at 5:00 p. m., in
ERoom 110, Library.
Elizabeth Wellman

Soph Prom Covnmittee:
There will e a meeting of the
committee, room 302 of the Union,
Thursday at 7 'p. m.
Walter Yeagley, Chairman
Sophomore Circus:
There will be a dress rehearsal
of the Sophomor- Circuson Thurs-
day, December 6, at '7:15 in Sarah
Caswell Angell Hall.
Helen Humphrey,
Publicity Chairman
Hillel Luncheon:
Louis Lipsky will speak at the
luncheon to be held at the Union,
Thursday, Dec. 6 at 12:15. Mr.
Lipsky is the president of the Zion-
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one of the five mnn on the World's
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men and women ' tre invited.
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