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TTE DAY, OCTOBEfl 1-, 192§

PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DALY 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. m. Saturday)

at the Michigan League. Speaker, Dr. A. W. Lescohier, G C: raJ M:m-I
ager of Parke, Davis atncl Company. Subject, "Pbarmey 7 ; Pro
fession." All pharmacy students and others int 'res,.r i :i o
present.

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PAEANT OF NATIONS"New Spanish Envoy USEUM COLLECTIONS
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Vol. XL

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1929

No. 15

NOTICES
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1929 No. 14
Notice to all Deans and Department Heads: The Secretary's officel
will have NO Student Directories for free distribution this year. If yourI
office needs a directory, please requisition as many as may be requiredl
through the Purchasing Department.
Herbert G. Watkins, Assistant Secretary
Student Advisers of Freshman Week: All students who served as ad-
visers of groups of freshmen may obtain the checks due them for their
services at the Office of the Secretary of the University. No identifica-
tion is necessary.
P. E. Bursley

Pan-Hekienic meets at 4:00 P. M. in the Board of JRep';reentatIives
Room in the Michigan League.
Senior Architects: Election of class officers will be held in the Lec-
ture Room of the Architecture Building at 4:00 P. M.
Women's Rifle Practice: There will be a generaln m'eting- 11d prac (
tice for all girls interested in rifle firing at 3:30 at the Woan'> Athlet<
Building.
Chi Upsilon meets at 210 S. Thayer, Apt. 3, at 61 P. M.
Tau Beta Pi meets at 6:15 P. M. at the Union.

w0MAN's EPOSITIONi
Aviatrix Speaks in Attempt to
Foster Interest of Women
in Aviation
PROMINENT PEOPLE TALK
Many Unusual Exhibits Are
FIeatured at Convention
Hall in Detroit

Includes Pipes, War Implements,
Cradles, Blankets, and
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Sigma Gamma Epsilon will hold a business meeting at 7:15 P. M. in Colorful costumes, native to moreF
Graduate Students: Graduate students who are on leave of ab- Russell Seminary. than 30 foreign countries, were
sence from other universities where they hold the rank of instructor or features of the parade of nations
above are requested to leave their names and addresses at the office Varsity Glee Club rehearsal at 7:15. and pageant which marked the
of the Graduate School, 1014 Angell Hall, for the use of the Faculty _formal opening last night, of the .........._
WuhA.'ueCRco.rAdelphi House of Representatives will convene at 7:30. All Women's International exosition
wishing to try out come prepared with a five minute speech on ]y sub- e iroiges atonrotiFn alon
Graduate Students: Instructor and Assistants who are pursuing ject. Visitors are always welcome. of Women's Clubs has worked Irwm B. Laughn,
courses or thesis work should bear in mind that enrollment in the Grad- many months to make this expo- Of Pittsburgh was recently ap-
uate School is necessary. Also, candidates for the doctorate who are Athena meets at 7:30 P. M., fourth floor of Angell hall, sition of interest to women and to pointed ambassador to Spain. He
doirng research work only should formally register. The last date for show them what other women succeeds Ogden Hamond of New!
such enrollment is Wednesday of this week, October 16. Portia, literary society for women, will hold second tryouts for prev- have accomplished during the last Jersey, who resigned the post.
Ruth A. Rouse, Recorder ious candidates and also first tryouts for new candidates for membership decade. - -
_ _in the Portia clubroom, fourth floor, Angell Hall, at 7 o'clock instead of Governor Green, Mayor Lodge, The week's program is as follows:
Harvard Scholarships: A non-denominational society has made 7:45 as previously announced. All old members must be present. and Mrs. Alfred J. Knapp, General Wednesday, Fashion Show Day;
available a number of scholarships to the Harvard Theological School Federation Director of Michigan, Thursday, Church day; Friday club
for students planning to enter the ministry. Full information at the Choral Union Ushers kindly report at the east door of Hill Auditor- gave the addresses of greeting to day; and Saturday, Edison Day.
Student Christian Association, Lane Hall. um at 7:15 P. M. for the first Concert. the visitors at the Exposition. Special programs and speakers
Chester C. Bennett, Asst. Secy. Other guests of honor were mem- have been arranged for each of
____COMING EVENTS bers of the Detroit City Council, these days.
Seminary in Social Research: The original announcement that this Committee on Student Affairs will meet Wednesday. October 16, at of the Detriot Board of Education, Beside these features there is an
class would meet 10 to 12 Saturdays was in error. It meets 9 to 11 4:00 P. M., inRoom 2, University Hall.of Comerce, and foreign consuls. unusual exhibit of quilts and pic-
Saturday, Room 104 Ec.rs Over 400 decorated booths dis- ures.-691 entries to the quilt ex-
Oratorical Association Lecture Series: All applications for Season day, October 16, at 4:15 P. M. play articles of interest to women hit ave cm o all or
Octoer 6, t 415 . M and in many cases made by women. I country and Canada and many
Tickets, to receive first preference, must be received at 3211 Angell Hall The foreign societies have attrac- have unique and colorful histor-
by Wednesday, October 16. Those Interested in Creative Writing are invited to meet in Pro- tive booths throughout the build- ies and patterns. In the "unusual,
essor Jack's office Wednesday at 7:30 P. M., and to submit manuscripts1inr. In the center of the hall a class is one quilt containing 4,000
Junior Engineers: Those still desiring Junior Jackets may obtain for anonymous reading and discussion. Mss. may be left in the Rhetoric tall modernistic building, repre- pieces of goods given by the maker
same by ordering them from Greenwood and Kilgore before Saturday, Office at any time before 4 P. M. Wednesday, and will also be considered senting the Fisher, building, has 24 by Madame Malleis, the Royal court
October 19. This is the last order that will be taken. for the forthcoming issue of the Inlander. miniature shops. Garlands of life- dressmaker, and includes many
like flowers hanging in festoons gold and royal purple bits from
House Organizers: Will you please hand in the names and tele- Seminary in Social Theory (Sociology 255) will meet this week transform Convention Hall into a Queen Victoria's coronation robe.
phone numbers of the Presidents of the League Houses if you have not Thursday, 3-5 P. M., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fuller, Apart- veritable garden. Another, in the same class required
already. Hand them into the League office please. ment 109, Forest Plaza, 715 Forest Ave. The meeting next week will be Programs of specific appeal to 17 years to quilt and has 33,782 silk
Elizabeth DeVol on Friday, 4-6, place to be announced later. all have been arranged for each pieces. This quilt is valued at $3,-
morning, afternoon, and evening. 000. Several man-made quilts are
Upper Classwcmen: Posture clinics will be held at Barbour Gym- House Presidents will meet Thursday, October 17, at five o'clock in A cooking school will be a daily also on exhibition.
nasium every Monday at 10:00 and Wednesday at 11:00. Any students the Board of Representatives room, Michigan League. feature. Today is Aviation Day Oils, water colors, and pastels
intrested in postural corrections are urged to attend. --- and several aviatrixes of national made by artists of national renown
aGeological and Geographical Journal Club will meet in oom 2054 repute will be the guests of honor. are arrayed in the Art room. Sev-
Phi Beta Kappa: The Secretary of United Chapters wishes to make N. S. at 8:00 P. M. Thursday, October 17. Mr. S. P. Ferguson, Meteorolo- There is an aviation room in which eral of Mrs. Merrick's Chinese rugs
the Society Journal, THE KEY, of more use to the organization. He gist of the United State Weather Bureau, will give an illustrated lec- a plane is exhibited and this eve- are hung in the auditorium of the
therefore requests that we furnish the following facts: ture on "Exploring the Atmosphere." nngs speakers, Opal Kunz,exposition.
1. Names of members upon whom advanced or honorary degrees Blanche Wilcox Noyes, and Mary
were conferred at the last Commencement season. A. S. C. E. meets Wednesday, Oct. 16, at 7:15 at the Union. Von Mach will encourage interest
wer.cnaes e mba t esuomncwhmean eor honorarywmendegreesio and Tax reduction is the trend in
2. Lists of books written by members of this Chapter with pub- in air travel. Amelia Earhart is Massachlsetts communities, where
lishaer and price. The Students' Journalist Club will meet Thursday evening. Octoberilartav.AmiaEhrts 119 towns have cut their rates this
3.r Any oer facts which would be of interest. 17, at 7:30, in the Editorial Room of the West Medical Building. also expected to attend the Expo- 1 year
3,_Anyotherfactsitionhsometimeeduringttheswee.
The Secretary will be glad to forward to the central office any facts 11 Circolo Italiano will meet on Wednesday, October 16, at 4:15. in!sdh
which the members may care to furnish. This information may be sent I ilt i Natin Ai Toa
to 3233 Angell Hall by either U. S. mail or by Campus service. room 408 R. L. for election of officers.Ps inN iona i ourLand at
Orma F. Butler, Secretary Michigan Union Opera Men's Chorus: There is a need for men Atlanta to Take Solid Day of Rest

Ancient Spear Target Displayed
Proof of Early Athletic
Competition
An exhibit of clothing, utensils,
and miscellaneous relics from the
Indians of the great plains area
was opened at the University
Museum yesterday. The exhibit,,
although primarily in the interest
of the public at large, is being used
by students in sociology as a basis
for thesis work.
The display covers two cases in
the exhibit hall on the fourth floor
of the building, Washtenaw wing.
Included in the new layout are
pipes, cradles, buffalo-hide blank-
ets, Indian attire, war implements,
packing cases, and several special
articles such as a tamburine, and a
javelin target.
The javelin target is of special
interest, being one of the few
actual reminders of early athletic
contests in existence. Woven with
leather thongs into a round net-
work,and bound with a hard shell,
presumably made of wood, the tar-
get was used by the early inhabi-
tants of the west as an asset in
achieving accuracy with the spear
The target was rolled along the
ground, and the athlete tossed his
weapon in an effort topierce the
most central part of the sphere.
A point system was worked out
which was used in scoring the abil-
ity of each competitor.
Clark Hoover, third cousin of the
President, is employed by a mer-
cantile company in Emporia, Kas.
Gregory Douchant, postmaster at
M.Carmel, Mo., was appointed by
Garfield in 1881.
On a good summer day the parx-
ing space at the top of Mt. Wash-
ington in the White mountains,
6,300 feet up, is well filled with au-
tomobiles.
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Phi Beta Kappa: In order to correct our office records the Secretary'
of the local Chapter will be glad to receive the following information: 1
1. Names and addresses of all new residents who are members.
2. Names and addresses of all former resident members who have
either changed their place of residence, or have failed to get the notices
sent out from this office.
This information may be sent to me at 3233 Angell Hall by U. S. mail
or Campus service.,
Ormna F. Butler, Secretary
EVENTS TODAY
Choral Union Concert bN Mme. Louise Homer, Hill' Auditorium atj
8:15P. M.1

singing second bass. The first and second tenor and the baritone sections y Associated I'ress)
are filled but there is still a demand for second basses. Anyone desiring ATLANTA, Ga., Oct 12.-A solid
to tryout may do so by phoning 2-1617. day of rest, with no need of mak- I
Scabbard and Blade will meet Wednesday, October 16, at 7:30 P. M., ing a distant airport on a rigid1
Room 302 Michigan Union. time schedule, loomed welcomely
__1 before 28 pilots making the Nation-i
Eta Sigma Phi will meet Wednesday, Oct. 16, at 7:30 P. M., in room afero. pirtoan other pthis
2013 A. H.1fternoon. Thirteen other pilots
--- flying non-competing craft, greet-
I ed the holiday from flying with no
Henry Ford and Bishop Dobrecic Join lesshenthusiasm. All 41 birdmen,
SinFostering Near East Auto Industry their cargoes of passengers and of- j
ficials were frankly weary after
eight days, a large part of which-

Meehan, plucky little pilot from
Ironton, Ohio, was given the stick
again Saturday to endeavor to re-
gain its standing in the ranking
ten.
TYPEWRITING
and
MIMEOGRAPHING '
A specialty for
twenty years.
Prompt service.. Experienced op-
erators.. Moderate rates.
0. D. MORRILL
314 South State St. Phone 6615

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Stocks
Private Wire Connections
with all Markets
Securities bought or sold on
commission basis
Telephone 22541
Brown-Cress & Co.
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Investment Securities
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EbX!nwtion of Paintings by Edward W. Kiedne: 1: PU. Mo. 5:0UU1 (By Associated Press)f A . was spent in the air battling time
P. M. in West Gallery, Alumni Memorial Hall. CHICAGO, Oct. 13.=Archbishop eastern shores of the Adriatic, be-. and in some cases unfavorable fly
Dobrecic, Catholic primate of Ser- longing to Jugoslavia, are the door ing conditions
Exhibition from the National Society of Mural Painters, Architectur- bia, and Henry Ford have joined to the Near East, and that through Only one plane in the roster of
al Building, daily from nine to five. hands in a project to develop the this opening the automobile indus- the 1929 caravan was lagging as the
automobile industry in the Near try could be widely spread. fleet touched ground here this
Economics 255, History of Economic Doctrine: Professor Ellis will East. Mr. Ford, according to the let- afternoon. That was the Cessna
be unable to meet his class today. The archibishop, who has been ter, authorizes the archibishop to No. 32, which has encountered con-
making an extensive tour among send each year to Detroit, during siderable misfortune in its pilot
Master's Degree Candidates in Sociology will hold their first month- his countrymen in the United the next three years, 12 men who the last few days. At Richmond
ly conference at 3 in Room 104 Ec States, delivered a farewell address are to be taught to operate and Thursday, Earl Rowland, the flyer
this afternoon at Loyola university manage an automobile factory in who had been guiding it to a high
Chemical Engineers: Regular monthly luncheon of the staff and auditorium, .and referred to a let- Montenegro, Jugoslavia, which Mr. I ranking in the tour competition,
graduate students will be held in room 3201 at noon. ter which he had received from Mr. Ford proposes to establish aftetr was stricken ill. Then Friday at
Ford's assistant, Charles Sorensen, further negotiations with the arch- Jacksonville, a landing mishap re-
Physics Colloquium: Professor S. A. Goudsmit will speak on "Nu- saying . Mr. Ford had adopted the bishop and the government of suited in a bent propeller that
clear Spin" at 4:15 in Room 1041 East Physics Building. archbishop's point of view that the Jugoslavia. dragged itj still further behind. Joe

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Art Club: Men and women students interested or actively engaged
in art and interested in organizing an Art Club are invited to meet
at the Women's League Building, at 7:15. For information regarding
room inquire at the desk.

Prescott Club meets at dinner, Tuesday, October 15, at

6:00 P. M.

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