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THE MICHICAN DAILY

TU~DAY, JAWT~ARX7 15, 1929

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DAILY OrFFI C IAL BULLETI N
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 TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1929 No 83

Education C60, Mental and Educational Measuremenk Seconi Se sss-
ter: Yale r'oLssor's Agree That

Their Pay
Increased Faculty

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Senate Council:
The meeting of the Senate Council today will be held in Room D,
Alumni Memorial, Hall, at 4:00 p. m.c
F. E. Robbins
University Lecture:
Professor Albert Brachet of the University of Brussels, Belgium,
will give a lecture on "Heredity as in Embryological Process" Tuesday;
January 15, at 4:15 p. m., in tLi Na'rd Scienee Auditorium. The
public is cordially invited.
F. F. Robbins
University Lecture:
Mr. Samuel M. Kitne", Manaer of Research Departumcnt, West-
inghouse Electric & Mfg. ompany xv11 lectur, on "Research Require-
ments of Electric Companies" in Nitm'ad Scince Auditorinm on 'Tues-
day, January 15th, at 3:L0 p. ri
The public is invited.
F', . TV.>tslbitiis
University Lecture:
Professor Hans Nauimarmn, of the University of Frankfurt, and Karl
Schurz, Professor at the University of Wisconsin, will give a lecture (in
German) on the subject "Rainer Ma ia Rilke and the Transition to
Expressionism" in the Natural S'ience Auditorium at 4:15 p. m., Thurs-
day, January 24. The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins

University Lecture:
Professor Alexander Silverman of the University of Pittsburgh, will;
give a lecture, under the joint auspices of the American Chemical
Society and the University of Michigan, on the subject, "The Chemistry
and Technology of Glass," Friday, January 18, at 4:15 p. m., in Room
165, Chemistry Building. The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins
Faculty, Four Year Program, Physical Education, Athletics and School
Health:
A meeting of the Instructors concerned with the teacher training
prog am in Physical Education, Athletics and School Health will be
held, Tuesday, January 15, 12:15 p. m., Women's Field House.
John Sundwall !
Notice:
The seventh of the School of Business Administration's moving
picture programs will be held in Natural Science Auditorium at 4:05'
p. m., Wednesday, January 16. Please note that the program will begin
10 minutes earlier than many afternoon meetings. The following films
will be shown:
A Money Making Industry (how Canada minis its coinage) 1 reel
The Federal Reseive System (animated drawings and pictures, partly
colored, showing the functions and operations of the Federal Reserve
Banks) 1 reel.
Money and Documents that Represent Money (the engraving and
printing of bank notes, stock certificates, and postage stamps) 2 reels.
In addition to the program of moving pictures, Mr. W. A. Courtney
of the American Bank Note Company will give a sho t lecture describing
the third film and the work of the American Bank Note Company
therein depleted.
All persons interested are invited to attend these programs which
are designed particularly to give business students background material.
Carl N. Schmalz
Freshman Elections-College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
1. All freshman students must confer with their Freshman Week
Advisers concerning elections for the second semester. Freshman Elec-
tion Blanks may be secured from the Recorder's Office, Room 4, Univer-
sity Hall. Freshmen who find it absolutely impossible to consult their,
regular Freshman Week Advises should see me in Room 1204, Angell
Hall, any day during the week January 14-19, from 4:00 to 5:30 p. m.
2. Freshmen who have signed three or more reservation sheets for
second semester courses may classify Monday, January 14. No appoint-j
ment ,tickets needed for admission to the Classification Committee in
Poom 4, University Hall.
3. Beginning Tuesday morning, Jan. 15, all admissions to the Class-
ification Committee will be by appointment tickets only. These tickets,
specifying a particular fifteen minutes on a particular day, may be
secured on application at the booth in the corridor of University Hall,
beginning Monday morning, Jan. 14. Students who have signed two
reservation sheets may ask for Tuesday or Wednesday appointments;
students who have signed only one reservation sheet rmay ask for
Thursday appointments; and students who have made no reservations
may ask for Friday and Saturday appointments.
Will:amn A. Frayer, Chairman Freshman
Advisory Committee

TAPPING, SHAW
ARE BACK FROM
ALUMNI MEETING

Students who in previous years took Course C, Psychology of Edu--
cation, before its extension to include measurement should note that
Course C60 is being offered as a separate course for the last time.
The course affords an opportunity to study the nature and uses of
mental and educational tests and affords an introduction to the scien-
tific sudy of educational problems.
S. A. Cothtiis
Geology 128:
The course by Mr. Leverett on Pleistocene Glaciation of North
America and Europe will not be given next semester.
W. I. hlobbs
Botany 116-Tropical Economic Botany:
Botany 146, Tropical Economic Botany, will be given TuTh., at 2:00
in Poom 4014 N. S.--2 hours credit. Pre-requisite Botany I.
C. ). La IRe
Geology 102, Invertebrate Paleontology:
Those who wish to take this course please consult with the instruc-
tor before making final elections. H-ours, Tuesday, 10-12. Other days
1-3. Room 3051, Natural Science Bldg.
Spanish 113, Second Semester:
M '. Eddy will repeat Course 113, Nineteenth Century Literature,
three hours' credit, MWF, at 1 o'clock, in'room 305 R. L. Open to
students who have had 32 or the equivalent.
C. 1'. Wagner
Graduate Students and Staff Department of Romance Languages:
The Romance Club will meet on Wednesday, January 16, in 408 R. L.
at 4:10 p. m. The program is as follows:
Newton S. Bement, "The Causes and Character of Some Fifteenth
and Sixteenth Century French Grammars."
Nelson W. Eddy, "Some Recent Critical Works About Spanish Liter-
ature."
Warner F. Patterson
Music Section-Faculty Women's Club:
The Music Section of the Faculty Women's Club will hold its regular
meeting for January on Wednesday, January 16th, at 8 o'clock, at the
home of Mrs. A. H. White, 608 Onondago Avenue, preceded by practice
for chorus at 7:15.
Elana K. Taylor, Secietary
Faculty-Alumni Dance:
The second of the series of dances for Faculty and Alumni, spon-
sored by the Faculty Women's Club, will be held on Tuesday, January
15, at the Union. Those intending to come are reminded that the music
begins promptly at 9:00 o'clock. Course tickets as well as single ad-
missions will be sold at this dance. The other two dances of the series
will be held February 14 and March 18.
Mrs. W. L. Badger
Physics Colloquium:
Dr. L. O. Case of the Physical Chemistry Department will speak on
"Modern Theories of Solutions" at 4:15 p. in., Tuesday, January 15, in
room 1041, East Physics Building. All interested are cordially invited.
W. F. Colby
Sigma Gamma Epsilon:
The picture for the Michiganensian will be taken at the Speddin"-
tudio, Tuesday, January 14, at 12 o'clock.
C. Ii. Riggs, Secretary
Prescott Club:
The January meeting of the Prescott Club will be held in the main
lining room of the Allenel Hotel, Tuesday, January 15, at 6:45 p. in.
vr. J. K. Lilly, Jr., PhC '14 of Eli Lilly and Co., will speak on "Some Con-
nercial Aspects of Manufacturing Pharmacy."
Fred TI. Weinmann
Mathematical Club:
The Janua: y meeting will be held Tuesday at 8 p. m., in Room 3201
9ngell Hall. Program: Professor L. A. Hopkins, "Density distribution in
z planet, and the motion of a satellite"; Mr. E. W. Schreiber, "Twenty
rears after." Everyone interested is invited to attend.
N. C. Fisk, Secretary
La Sociedad Iispanica:
The Ensian picture will be taken at Renischler's Studio Tuesday,
anuary 15, at 5:00 p. in. All students with two years 4f Spanish are
ligible and urged to be present
John F. Weir, Secreta. y

Is Low Because Of

j Low salaries received by Univer-. ed by the Yale men lies in the fact Wilfred B. Shaw, secretary of the
sity faculties are due almost en- that the faculties have a habit of Alumni association, T. Hawley
,.,y to the faculty men them- increasing their membership as Tapping, field secretary of the as-
Liely to the cuhyn hem- rapidly as new funds become avail- sociation, and Charles J. Rash,
sel V('5 i.; ia ( fusion1reacuhedby able, and thus any possibility of in- secretary of the Class Officers
a (mitl' of YaLe professors creasing their own salaries disap- council, returned Saturday from
whoe (:epot. . liomies and Living pears. This policy of immediately the annual district conference of
Costs of a University Faculty" has increasing the faculties is also re- the American Alumni Council at
recently been published by the sponsible for the deterioration in Notre Dame University at South
Yale University Press. The reason the quality of the teaching, the Bend, Indiana. The American
for faculty responsibility as assign- Yale men report. Alumni Council is composed of the
--.-.-secretaries of the alumni associa-
Quarterdeck: tions of most of the colleges and
There will be a meet ing of Qua: terdeck at 6:15 p. m.. Tuesday, Jan- universities throughout the United
! nary 15, inorhoom 325, Michigan Union. States and holds a conference in
Joseph Fellows, Jr., Commodore each district annually.
The conference held at South
o sitt' Bend was attended by alumni sec-
retaries from most of the schools
The Ensian picture will be taken Thursday afternoon at 4:30 at in the middle west especially sur-
Ren'schler's, instead of the appointment previously announced. Please rounding the Great Lakes. Very
1w l)i'onhl)t. little of interest was learned or
nRobyert J. essr, P.esident accomplished by the Michigan dele-
gates except that Ann Arbor was
or~a L terar~y Socity: offered as the site for next year's
hy, conference and although no definte
'here will be a maeeting Tuesday, J ~nuary 15, at 7:30 p. action was taken on the proposal at
Nellie C. Becker the time it seems quite probable that
the next convention will be held
Ileserve B land: here, according to Mr. Tapping.
Rehearsal tonight at 7:15 o'clock. ---
Nicholas Falcone PRINCETON -- Princeton's un-
feated hockey team continued its
Theta Sigma Phi: winning streak by defeating Penn
There will be a meeting of Theta Sigma Phi at 5 o'clock today at in a one-sided game, ending 10 to 0.
Martha Cook.
:Alpha Nit:
Chi Upsilon : The society will meet Tuesday,
Regular meeting will be held Tuesday, January 15, at 7:30 p. m. The January 15, in the Alpha Nu room
Ensian picture will be taken Wednesday, at 5 p. in., at Dey's. at 7:30. There will be an election
Catherine Dawson, Secretary of officers for the coming semester.
The society picture will be taken
Tau Beta Pi: ' at Spedding's Wednesday, January
The picture will be taken at-5:30 this afternoon at Spedding's Studio. 17, at 4:30.
The meeting will be at 6:15 at the Union. John Webster, President.
i'r ti rr... t.~~~

W. It. Howell

.111op Committee:
Pictures of the J-Hop Committee of 1930 will be taken at Spedding's
Studio, Friday, January 18, at 12:00 noon.
Harry Wallace, Chairman
Gargoyle Staff and Tryouts:
There will be an important meeting of the editorial staff and try-
outs at 4 o'clock this afternoon.
Philip Crane
Eta Sigma Phi:
The picture for the 'Ensian will be taken on Wednesday, Jan. 16,
at 5 o'clock, p. m., at Rentschler Studio.
Una E. Van Riper, Secretary
Chi Delta Pli:
Chi Delta Phi will meet in the sewing room on the third floor of
Martha Cook Building on Wednesday evening, January 16, at 7:30
o'clock.
Louisa Butler, President

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Phi Sigma:
Phi Sigma will hold a meeting Tuesday, Jan. 15, at 7:30 p. m., in
Room 2116 N. S. Bldg. F. C. Byers will give a report on the National
Convention.
E. P. Creaser, Secretary
Adelphi House of Representatives:
The house will devote half an hour to a discussion of Modern Mar-

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Registration for Sophomorcs, Juniors. and Seniors f the College of riage this evening. Members and invited guests.
Literature, Science, and the Arts: Election of officers will follow immediately after the discussion. The
Until further notice' the Upperclass Advisory Committee will meet new officers will be installed at the Michigan Union and refreshments
daily from 3:00 to 5:00 p. in. in the corridor opposite room 1025 Angell will be provided in the Tap Room. Copies of the g.oup picture may
Hall. Any sophomore vho has not already consulted the Committee be ordered and inspected.
should secure an appointment without delay by calling at the booth - Robert II. Lloyd, Speaker of the House
opposite the Recorder's Office, Room 4, University Ball. Those who Aeronautical Society:
have appointments with the Classification Committee are urged to ,
arrange their appointments with the UpperclassAdvisory Committee a There will be a meeting of the Aeronautical Society at 8:00 p. m.,
Wednesday, January 16, in Room 348 West Engineering Building. All
day or more advance.C. eloche, Chairman members are asked to attend.

Transportation Library :
The Transportation Library is open every evening from 7:00 to 10:00
o'clock excepting Saturday and Sunday evenings.
John S. Worley, Curator
Conflicts in Final Examinations for the Colleges of Engineering and
Architecture:
All conflicts must be reported to me before Jan. 24. Instructions for
the disposition of conflicts will be found posted on the Bulletin board
by my office, room 3223 East Engineering Building.
J. C. Brier
Mr. Scott's Freshman Week Group:
I shall be glad to consult with any members of my Freshman Week
group in Room 4001 Angell Hall, Tuesday, at 3 o'clock, Wednesday at
10 or at 5 o'clock, Thursday at 3 o'clock, and Saturday at 10 o'clock.
S. M. Scott
German Teachers' Course:
All students desiring a course in methods of teaching German will'
please communicate with me at their earliest convenience.
Norman L. Willey
Gracuate Luncheon for Chemical Engineers:
The regular graduate luncheon will be held on Tuesday, January
15, at 12 o'clock in room 3201 East Engineering Building.
Alfred li. White
International Aspects of Business:
A course in this subject will be offered in the School of Business
Administration for the second semester by Dr. Vladimir Timoshenko.
This course will be open to a limited number of students of at least
fourth year standing from other Schools and Colleges. Those interested

j W. E. Koneczny, Prosident
Frateinity and Sorority Presidents:
It is very imperative that all fraternities and sororities make
their Michiganensian picture appointments at once and also fill out and
return the fraternity and sorority records which have been sent out.
Appointments must be made at one of the following photographers:
Dey, Rentschler, Spedding or Randall.
Thomas Thomas, Managing Editor

GROUPS
With only ten days left
in which to have 'En-
Sian groups taken it is
hest to make your ap-
pointment at once.

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