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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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DAILY O FFICIAL BULLETIN
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. in. Saturoay.)

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STUDENTS WILL HEAR
'FRENCH PROFESSORS
GIVE TWO LECTURES

SYNCHRONIZATION REQUIRES MAZE OF MACHINERY
IN MANUI ACTURING NEW TALKING MOVING PICTURES

TO OBSERVE [ECLIPSE

Vol. 39

SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 1929

No. 97,

Al eThauy Observatory
Inteinds To View His
Total Eclipse

Director
Ninth

French Lecture:
Professor Andre Morize of Harva d University will give the third
lecture on the Cercle Francais Prorgam Monday, January 21st, at 4:15
o'clock in Natural Science Auditorium on "La Conversation."
Tickets for the series of lectures and plays may be procured from
the Secretary of the Department of Romance Languages (room 112,
Romance Languages Building) or at the door.
Rene Talamon
Graduate Students:
Students who expect to receive 'he Master's degree at the close of
the present semester should pay the diploma fee by Feb uary 9. Blanks
for this pu pose are available at the office of the Graduate School,
Room 1014, Angell Hall.
Rutli A. Rouse
Graduate Students:
Graduate students should maLz ljhir- second semester elections in
'the office of the Graduate School on Fc :ruAry '7, 3, and 9. New students,
or students transferring from other S'-hools or Colleges on the Campus.
should register on the same dates. A sLudent t ansferring at this time
should ask the Secretary of his School or College to prepare and send
to the Graduate School off we an ofiial transcript of his undergraduate
record.
IRath A. Rouse

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ANDIE MORIZE. HARVARD,
WILL SPEAK MONDAY
AFTERNOON

CONVERSATION

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M. lazard, Who Soeaks Thursday,
Has Been Appointed Professor
At French University
Two noted French lecturers will
add ess the student body during
the coming week, it was announced
yesterday by Prof. Hugo P. Thieme,
of the Romance languages depart-
mnent. M. Andre Morize will speak
on "La Conversation" at 4:15 Mon-
day afternoot in Natural Science
auditorium, and Prof. Paul Hazard
will speak at 4:15 Thursday after-
noon in the same place.
Both lectures* are to be delive-ed
in French, it was announced.
Tickets for Morize's lecture may be
procured at the door, or season
tickets for the course sponsored by
the Cercle Francais, which includes
this lecture, may be bought at
headquarte.s of the Romance lan-
guage department. There is no ad-
mission to Thursday's lecture, and
all those interested will be wel-
comed, according to Professor

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February Graduates:
All students graduating in February who wish
a position, other than teaching, should iegisteil
offlee of the Committee on Vocational Counsel
Mason all.

assistance in securingI
immediately at the
and Placement, 201

W. E. Parker

University Women:
Copies of the list of vacancies in the League houses for second
semester are now available in the office of Advisers of Women.
Grace Richards.
Speech Defects Group: ,
Due to examinations I will not meet any of the group in private
interviews until after the start of the second semester. Please call at
the office now and sign for interviews during the second semester. List
will be postect on the door of my office.
P. ). Swann
Special Swimming Classes:
The Intramural Department is having swimming classes for begin-
ners and advanced swimmers every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
at 7:30-8:30. C.. D. McMahon is in charge.
Tit ra mural Department
Physical Education Students:
The Intramural Offices are now located at the new Intramural
Sports Building. Telephone 22101.
Intramural Department
Zoology I, Quiz Sections 1 and 2:
My sections will meet at their usual times in the Main Exhibit Room
of the Museums building on Monday, January 21.
G. L. Walls
Round Table Club:
There will be a meeting of the club Sunday, Jan. 20, at 2:45 p. m.,
in room 202 South Wing. C. S. Yoakum, Professor of Personnel manage-
ment will speak on "Recent trends in the American Federation of
Labor."
Judith Mayer
Ilinuds tan Club :
The Club picture will be taken Sunday, January 20, at 2:15 p. m.,
at Spedding's Studio, 619 East Liberty Street. An important meeting
will follow, at which time will occur the election of officers for the
coming semester
Win. B. Palmer, Secretary.
Chi Delta Phi:
The Chi Delta Phi 'Ensian picture will be taken at Dey's studio on
Sunday morning, January 20, at 11:30 o'clock. Members please be
prompt.
Louisa Butler, President
Chinese Students Christian Association:
There will be a meeting of the C. S. C. A. next Saturday, Jan. 19, at
7:30 p. m., at Wesley Hall. We will have as our guests the cabinet
members of the young people societies from the various churches in
town. Members please bear this in mind. '
K. W. Kwan,.Secretary
Masonic Students:,
Thee gularnmeeting of the Craftsmen's Club will be held in the
Large Lodge room of the Masonic Temple on Saturday evening at
7:30.
The group picture for the 'Ensian will be taken at 10:15 Sunday
morning at Rentschler's Studio. Each one is urged to be present.
R. W. Webster, President
Phi Delta Kappa:
Dr. Charles Fries will address the members of Phi Delta Kappa after
the luncheon to be held at 1 p. m. today at the Michigan Union.
Reginald 1). Mac Nitt, President
Members of Scalp and Blade:
There will be a meeting at the Union, Sunday, January 20, 1929,
at 2:30.
Clifford Keene, Secretary
J-l op Committeemen:
There will be a meeting of all J-Hop committeemen Sunday at 4
p. m., in room 302 of the Union.
Harry W. Wallace, Chairman
'Varsity Glee Club:
All members are urgently requested to be in Room 308, Michigan
Union, at 7:25 p. m., this evening.
Theodore Harrison

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te MoIP These photos, giving a brief
"Professor Morize has the repu- glimpse into the interior of a talk-
tation of being one of the most in- ing movie studio, afford some idea
spiring teachers of Romance lan- of the intricacies of synchroniza-
guages to be found in the United
States," said Professor Thieme yes-
terday. "He has published many ROAD ENGINEERS
books, is a brilliant lecturer, and a WILL MEET SOON
thorough scholar. He will be pleas-
antly remembered by those who -'
heard him when he lectured here Plans for the fifteenth annual
several years ago." conference on Highway Engineer-
An army captain during the war, ing, to be held at the University
Professor Morize served over here Feb. 19 to 22, inclusive, were an-
for some time and was appointed nounced recently from the offices
professor at Johns Hopkins univer- of R. L. Morrison, professor ofc
sity. Later he was called to Har- highway engineering and highway
vard, where he has remained, transport. The program includesE
spending his vacations as director many nationally known men in the
of the summer school at Middle- field of highway engineering prob- i
borough, Vermont. lems, and additional speakers will
Professor Hazard, who will speak, be announced later.
here Thursday, has been acting At the first session, on Tuesday
this semester as an exchange pro- afternoon, the speakers will in-
fessor at Harvard university. He elude Dean Herbert Cadler of the
has recently been appointed pro- College of Engineering, who will
fessor at the College de France, is deliver the address of welcome, R.
one of the youngest members of M. Smith, deputy minister of high-
the faculty there, and is considered ways in Ontario, Robert Kingery,
in the United States to be one of general manager of the Chicago
the most brilliant critics of modern Regional Planning Association,
and P. J. Freeman, chief engineer
French institutions. of tests in Allegheny county, Penn-
hazard Is Widely Known sylvania. Tuesday night, Prof. Wil-;
Professor Hazard gained wide liam H. Hobbs, of the geology de-
reputation in this country last ; partment, will gie an illustrated
summer when he delivered a series lecture on his recent Greenland
of lectures in the University of expeditions. The lecture will be
Chicago's summer session, accord- given in Hill auditorium and will
ing to Professor Thieme. be open to the public.
The University is one of the three Wednesday will be State High-
institutions in the United States to way Department Day, and the
hear Professor Hazard before he speakers will be highway depart-
sails back to France in a few weeks. ment engineers. Thursday will be
He has accepted invitations to County Commissioners' and Engi-
speak at the other two institutions, neers' Day. James Schermerhorn
Professor Thieme declared yester- will be the principal speaker at the
day, only because they were con- banquet to be held Thursday night.
venient stops on his trip between At the last session, on Friday
Ann Arbor and the port from morning, the papers to be read wil
which he is to sail. include one by Robert H. Ford, as-
Professor Hazard will be enter- sistant chief engineer of the Chi-
tained at lunch Thursday by Prof. cago, Rock Island and Pacific
Charles B. Vibbeit, of the philos- Railway, and one by Professor
ophy department, and Mrs. Vibbert. Morrison.
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IS THIRD SUMATRAN VISIT
NEW YORK, Jan. 18.-Dr. Heber
D. Curtis, director of the Alleghany
Observatory, Pittsburgh, sails from
here Sunday on the Laurentic to
observe the next total eclipse of
the sun which will occur on May J
of this year. This will make the
ninth total eclipse that Dr. Curt's
has observed and the third timz
that he has viewed one from Sum-
atra. Dr. Curtis received his A. B.
degree from the University of
Michigan in 1892.
Within a week after their ar-
rival in Sumatra, which is sched-
uled for Feb. 27, the party expects
to reach their destination, Taken-
geun, in Achina, up in the moun-
tains near the northern tip of
Sumatra. Takengeun is located on
a lake at an altitude of 3,600 feet,
and has a total population of
about 600, mostly Malays. The en-
tire land trip will be undertaken
by auto and auto truck.
The length of this eclipse, five
minutes and six seconds, will make
it the best opportunity until 1937
and so the atronomers will spend
nearly two months in advance of
the eclipse setting up and adjust -
ing the cameras,nspectographs, and
technical instruments which will
be used to study the sun's sur-.
roundings during the event.
Dr. Curtis, who was astronomer
at the Licks Observatory from 1909
to 1920, has been head of the Al-
leghanydObservatoryasince then.
jHe served as acting astronomer in.
charge of the D. C. Mills expedition
to the Southern Hemisphere from
1906 to 1909.
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ion. (1 Lupe Velez, recording a
song number for sound production.
21 Studio theater projection room
-howing the amplifier rach, powei
>anel and sound film reproducer.

13) Closeup of the projector. (4)
The motor generator room. (5)
Another view of the amplifier room.
(6) The "mixing room" with an
operator at the "mixer table."

Frederic H. Aldrich Reviews Art Exhibit1
Now On Display In Alumni Memorial Hall t
(Continied From Page One) Many find it interesting to ob-
gether and is certain to be the serve the painters' different man-
.ause of stimulating discussion ners of introducting buildings into
during the time the canvasses are a landscape. Mts. Johnson follows
on display. -Many will reaffirm a one of the modern tendencies to!
conviction of the rightness of mod- the extent of never venturing be-
ern or of academic painting. Many yond the edge of town with her;
will more sturdily declare a dislike paint box.
for one of the other manner. Some The manner of treating still life
will find it another evidence that too is distinctive and follows di-E
what is good is good without de- vergent convictions. In portraiture,
pendence on the manner of its both more definitely follow one
execution or the declaration made. tradition.
In this, the first opportunity that The comparison of differences
many have had to see a compre- and simihiarities can be carried
hensive exhibit of the work of these further but what is important is
two painters, the remaining im- that each painter has well declared
pression is of high merit of their his appreciations and that an ex-j
work, but those who enjoy a con- amination of their work leaves the
troversy will not forget that their impression of two interesting per-
exhibits represent modernism as sonalities with important declara-
opposed to academic painting. tions to make."!

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NATIONAL FEDERAY
ON UNIVERSA
Relative to the announcement of
Phi Eta Sigma, national honorary
freshman society, that the attempt
would be made to install the honor,
system in the University college
next year is the report of the Na-
tional Student Federation of Amer-
ica which convened just before the
holidays.
If was reported at the convention
that the honor system was being

TION REPORTS
RY HONOR SYSTEM
the honor system works best In
small colleges with an enrollment
of from 200 to 1,500 students. But
at the University of California
with an enrollment of nearly 15,000
students the system is working suc-
cessfully.
The honor system was urged at
the convention on the grounds that
it is a worthwhile educational fac-
tor. It was asserted that the honor
system trains students for good!

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