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Point System Committee: Due to the difficulty in arranging an Free Press to Donate
hour for the Point system meeting, will all the members of the comn-i l lhI'\I H@Schoo
mittee please mail me their schedule cards, showing what hour; a re High School Troph
filled in the afternoon. lA fl i Ul Ilr* A fl . U Ill
Thr uill N o ntit- f (v t tin infp th bll ti~ Pl.,

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ere we W l De a ni 6C UL Ou r neX mree6 1 ng 1n e ue O le nl. easeI p{ ( [
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members watch for it.yy TIL Detroit Free Press has an-
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi- The elegibility lists which are completed may be handed in at nounced that it will continue its
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday) Betsy Barbour House Student office. policy of other years in providing
VoXL THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1929 No. 17 For further information call 21616. Angell, Associate of Columbia University of Michigan wall Membe
Dorothy S. Mapel, Chairman Law School, Makes Research plaque trophies for each of the 64 Dis
NO EShigh schools of the state that enter
Bowling For Women: The bowling alleys at the Women's Athletic of Women's Earnings the elimination debate series in
To All Concerned: It has long been an unwritten law n the Building will be open every night from 4-6 beginning Thursday, Octo- February.
Campus that advertisements of University publications, University ber 17. Anyone affiliated with the University is privileged to use the FULLER AIDS IN WORK For design, the University of USES
events, or of other sorts, should not be set up o the Campus, fastened alleys. Instruction for beginners. There will be a charge of 10 cen;s --- Michigan shield has been used. The
to trees, or otherwise displayed out-doors. It is beieved that what~a string. Prof. Robert C. Angell of the base is of American walnut and is S. P.
ever advantage may be sered by these advertisements, does not corn- Ruth Hassinger sociology department, has returned 17 inches in height. The medal- States V
pensate for the unfavorable appearance of the Campus which they from New York, where, for the past lion, which is nine inches in dia- at 8:00
create. The Buildings and Grounds Department is expected to remove'EVENTS TODAY year, he has been associated with meter, is cast in solid bronze with Geograp
any such advertisements or signs at once. Exhibition of Paintings by Edward W. Redfield: 1:30 P. M. to 5:00 the Family Law Research staff of all lettering embossed. club. T
Shirley W. Smith P. M. in West Gallery, Alumni Memorial Hall. the Columbia Law school. The re- In addition, the Extension Divi- topic "E
Exhibition from the National Society of Msral Painters, Ar uii- slts of this study will be published sion will award a large bronze a subjec
To Users of Parking Space Adjoining Mason Hall: A considerable tectural Building, daily from nine tofivety oi several volumes entitled, "A Re- 5r0ph wil a r eah large bro sec
_______ erh nFmlyLw"trophy cup to each of the two, very far
number of automobiles with parking permits are forced to leave this search In Family Law" teams participating in the State;Atpr
parking space each day and seek space elsewhere. Quite frequently Candidates for Doctors' Degree in Education will have peiinay Besides general work in the field teampartiipat in AhrSa. A t pt
Canddats fr Dctor Dereein ducaionwil hae prlirinaF Championship debate in April. A ig in t
some of these cars could be accommodated were it not for space wasted examinations at 2:00 P. M., Room 4000 University High School. of family law, the research staff smaller bronze trophy cup is to beder Prof
in parking cars already -there. For the benefit of all concerned the co- mad a special study of married i
operation of users of this space is sought to the end of avoiding waste ducation E101 Vocational Guidance will not meet todaywmen's service and earngs, eams. the disc
space. If those who park first will park at one of the eastern corners doatwithin and without the household tes. the dGre
and i each followincar will park immediately adjacent, using no more English 293 (Bibliography) will hold a preliminary meeting at 1:00 in Now Yorl State In the cour inches in height, and the semi-fi- These o
space than is necessary, it is believed that several more cars can be ac-in Room 2209 Angell Hall.
ormdtdtaisusually the case when the parking space is "full."j____ Angell and Richard C Fuller, also I alist cups are eight inches. Both. back to
of the sociology department, ob- are of bronze, gold lined, grotto spring a
Senicr Engineering Class meets at 10:00 A. M. in Room 348 W. En- tained information upon the ac- finish, to which have been applied soi and
Notice to all Deans and Department Heads: The Secretary's office gineering Building for class elections. tual adjustments in this field of a sterling silver scroll design. The ants at t
will have NO Student Directories for free distribution this year. If your some ajustmerr i edp ndhpnts atWk
office needs a directory, please requisition as many as may be required Business Ad. Seniors: Election of officers at 2:00 P. M., Room 206 Working with Professor Angellpermanent possession of the Wcondrte
through the purchasing Department. Tappan in this study was Prof. Albert C. schools to whose debaters they are ural Sc
Herbert G. Watkins, Assistant Secretary 1 Jacobs of Columbia, who graduat- presented. probably
Woman's Research Club meet for the election of officers at 7:30 ed from Michigan in 1921, was a October
Notice to Freshmen: P. M. in the Museums Building. Rhodes scholar and later became MacDonald Deli hted assisted
By special arrangement, a final opportunity will be given on Thurs-_ _ a lecturer at Oxford. As their as- observat
day, October 17, to make up examinations missed during Freshman Sigma Gamma Epsilon will meet in Russell Seminary at 7:00 P. M.: sistants they had Nathan P. Fein- at Error of uller Coole
Week. Freshmen taking sugh examinations should report in Room 205 _ singer, '29L, of the University of
Mason Hall just-above the office of the Registrar as follows: House Presidents meet at five o'clock in the Board of Represnta- Michigan; Oscar Tucker of Colum- '1, Associa-d Press) Fores
Those who missed the Thursday morning examination-English- tives room, Michigan League. bia, and Mr. Fuller, who was grad- NEW YORK, Oct. 16.-That slip
Will report at 3 p. m. Those who missed the Saturday morning examin~ uated this year from Michigan. of the tongue that caused Hector Talk
ation-nMathematics-will report at 4 p. m. Those who missed the Christian Science Society meets at 7:30 to-night in the Upper- --uller, the city's official scroll
Friday morning examination-Psychological Examination-will report Room of Lane Hall, writer, to refer to Ramsay Mac-Speak
at 5 ptmrCoast Guard to Hold Donald at the New York welcome and in
These for all freshmen entering the Launch Probe as "Prime Minister of the United Prof. M
University arid will take precedence over all other appointments includ- I Ann Arbor Hockey Club: Any non-student interested in playing Frn
hoies wyrk.dBeion tie erpd ckey meet at the Women's Field House, ready to play, at 12 'clock. - States," added a touch of delight- geology
g 4 swk "i.A ed s)fulness to the affair, in the opinion feature
Ira M. Smith, Registrar --WASHINGTON, Oct. 16.-Coast fe the affarmine o feture
COMING EVENTS wuard headquarters announced of the British Premier. meeting
Fellowships in Psychology: eRhetoric Placement Examination (Make-Up): All freshmen who ITuesday that an investigation has Mr. MacDonald, in answer to a Science
The Wayne County Training School at Northville, Michigan, ofers failed to write the Rhetoric Placement Examination during Freshman been ordered into charges by Rep- letter of apology from Mr. Fuller, Sine
a number of Fellowships in Psychology to qualified students who ar W k h d rite the make-up test on Friday, Oct. 18, 4-6, in Room Robert H. Clancy, Republican, of said. recently
ready to begin an investigation with a Master's or a Doctor's Thesis 3213 Angell Hall. Michigan, that a coast guard yes- "It was the sort of a slip of the from Ru
as an ultimate aim. The investigations will be carried out under the sel fired on the launch of Herbert tongue that everyone of us have igan ma
direction of Dr. Hegge. The Fellowships carry full maintenance but no Iota Sigma Pi will meet on Friday evening, October 13, at 7:30, . Lancanshire, of Dtroit, in Lake committed again and again, when of Arts
cash stipend. Fellows may be called upon to devote a small part of isecond floor of the Michigan League Building Erie. we found ourselves in stirring con-
their time to clinical work in the Training School. ditions, and so far from detracting i Repor
Applications should be made to Dr. Thorleif G. hegge, Wayne, Children's Rhythm Classes start Saturday, October 19, at Barbour A Grand Rapids attorney has from the efficient way you per- land in
County Training School, Northvile, Miciig:a or department of Psy- Gymnasium. Ages 5-8 years meet at 10 o'clock and '7-10 yrs. meet :t, proposed that a woman be elected formed your duty, it only put a more w
chology, University of Michigan. 1I o'clock. city pound keeper, thereby open- touch of delightfulness into the narticipa
I ing another vocation to the fair whole affair which enhanced its hunting
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r of Weather Bureau to
cuss «Exploring the
Fergusson, of the United
Veather Bureau, will speak
o'clock tonight betore ii-
hy and Geology Journal
he address will concern tho
:xploring the Atmosphere",
t with which the speaker is
esent, Fergusson is work-
he geology department un--
. William Hobbs, compiling
d writing a book based on
overies and observations at
enland geological station.
bservations were brought
the United States last
nd this fall by W. S. Carl-
Evans Schmeling, assist-
he Hobbs observatory.
on the publication is being
d in room 1054 of the Nat-
ience building, and will
take the remainder of
to complete. Fergusson is
in the compilation of the
ions by Mary Elizabeth
try Club Hears
on Asia Travel
ing of his travels in Asia,
Holland, his native land,
. W. Senstius, of the soil
department, presented the
attraction of the evening's
at the Forrestry Club
ig in room 2039, Natural
building, at 7:30 o'clock
ht. Professor Senstius, who
came to the department
tgers university, is a Mich-
n, having won his Master
degree here in 1919.
ts from the Moors of Scot-
dicate that this year sow
onmen than ever before
ating in the annual grouse
season, which was for-
nited almost to men.



Highway Cooperative Course Students: Allstudents wno were en--
rolled in the Highway Cooperative Course during either, or both, of the
LAst two summers, please see me at your earliest convenience.
R. L. Morrison

c ~12gan 'ames Club will meet MondayOt2,at':0f MI
'in the "Cave", fourth floor of the League Building.
All old members are urged to be present, and all wives of students
are cordially invited to attend this meeting.

American Chemical Society: Dr. Irving Langmuir, President of the i Those who wish to sell programs at the Ohio State game report
American Chemical Society, will speak in Detroit on October 23. Visi- at the main gate of Ferry Field between 3 and 5 P. M., Frid:-iv Tw'k
tors from Ann Arbor are cordially invited. In order that the Detroit hundred new salesmen are needed for the remaining gavoos,
Wction may have time to make reservations for the dinner or lecture
or both for all who will be present, it is requested that invitations and
-turn blanks be obtained from the secretary of the local section o1 MERRILL, LYNCH & Co
t , . C. S. L. C. AndlersolME IL LY C :O
To Students and Residents: You are cordially invited to attend New York Stock ExchangeS
the econd experimental devotional service sponsored by the Student - Chicago Stock Exchange
(LI;stian Association to be held at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
tn-.day evening, at eight o'clock. Excellent music and a good speaker Cleveland Stock Exchange
hlve been procured. Detroit Stock Exchange
Ilarley B. Kline, Chairman NewYork Crb Market
Grg-ayhe Editorial Staff: There will be a meeting of the entire Accounts Carried on ConservativeMargin
(Iitotial Staff of the Gargoygle this afternoon at 4:00 P. M. 201 First Nt' Ca n Phrniv4294
Firs Nat'l Bank Phone 4294
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