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PACE EIGHT

THE MTrHTCA T)ATTy

GCTO,'EFZ 261 1929..

PAGE ~icm'i' THIS MTCHICM'Y DAILY SATTJIiDAY, OCT~M~ER 26, 192ยง.

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

ENSIAN OFFERS rI fV
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Every senior who has not as yet
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members made arrangements to have his
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi- picture taken for the 'Ensian should
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. in. Saturdays go to the office of the Ensian in the
Press building as soon a:; possible
VOL. XL. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1929 No. 24 in order to avoid the last minuteS
- -.--, - . - rush that occurs every year, ac-
NOTICES jcording to Samuel Atkins, '30, -
Ebusiness manager. Coupons for pho- Only One Unavoidable Case:
Campus Telephone System to be Changed: On Saturday af cr- tographs will be sold for three dol- Seen in Total of Last Eight
noon, October 26, the telephone company workmen will change the lars and will be accepted at Rent-YC
present manual telephone system of the Campus to a dial system. schler's, Spedding's, Dey's, orYearsCrashes.
which will be in complete and working order on Monday morning. Armstrong's studios.
During the next few days the telephone company will indicate on each The graduating class is much CARELESSNESS BLAMED
phone the new dial number. The dial can be used as soon after two larger this yea~r than last, Atkins
o nao'lock on Saturday as the dial tone is heard on the instrument. In said ,and it is imperative that the Stricter Supervision of Newly
the megntime, call central and use the old numbers as in the past. seniors attend to their photographs Qit ifpid Fls is
Telephone directories will be distributed before the new system goes at once. Two hundred more pic- Qaled yers is
into operation. All telephone trouble should be reported immediately tures will be in the 1930 'Ensian Proposal.
to the operator, and all errors in the directory should be reported to than there were in the previousE
Mr Anderson, dial 81. year book, so this will crowd (B' Associated Press) -
. the studios even more than form- WASHIINGTON, Oct. 25.--The
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary and B~usiness Manager erly. navy department has just complet-
The final date on which pictures ed an analysis of accidents in its
may be taken has been set for air service which, it says, "incon-
University of Michigan Official Publication. The Editorial Office sometime in the middle of Decem- I trovertible shows that the pre--
announces the issue of the Faculty Directory for 1929-1930, which is ber. dominant responsibility for crashesa
No. 25 of the University Official Publication, Volume XXXI. Copies --rests on the pilot."
will be mailsd to the home addresses of the members of the various Fifty-two per cent of all crashes
faculties, Saturday, October 26.I 1during the eight-year period cov-
ered were attributed to errors of
A. nn riminpilots, against 31 per cent causeld
International Forum: The International Committee of the S. C. A.-, nt pnB
will hold a series of Forums for the liberal and informal discussion fa ; either structural or power plant
of and subjects of international interest. All foreign and Ufailures; nine per cent caused byJ
American students and faculty members are cordially invited to at- condition of the airport and vari
ous smaller proportions attributed
tend. The first Forum will be held Sunday, October 27, at 4:00 p. m. Collection of 4000 Photographs, tosmiscellaneous causes.
iri the South Room of Lane Hall. Dr. A. S. Aiton of the History De-Adse ".
partment will lead the informal discussion on "A Program for the Art Books Already on "It is interesting to note,"the
Improvement of Spanish-American Relations with the United States." File in Hall. report said, "that during the pasts
John M. Brumm, Carlos Guardia eight years naval aviation history
--EXHIBITS TO BE GIVEN shows only one case where a fatal
accident was traceable solely to
xeni ucation Club will not meet next Monday night (October engine failure. In all others it

Possible Winners of Literature Reward T
Include John Galsworthy, G. K. Chesteron CHAIN STR \PN
WILL BE DUESTION
. ...... I N M E N ' S D E B A T E S L"
Varsity Team Prepares Action
for Conference Debates
. of Coming Season.

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SIX CONTESTS PLANNED
Purdue-Minnesota Clash to Come
in December; Women Will
Debate Later.

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John Galsworthy (left)
English authors mentioned

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literature.
HONORARY DEBATEI
SOCIETY I ITIATE

- t m"Resolved: that the principle of
the chain store system is detrimen-
.tAssociated Press Photo tal to the best interests of the
erChesteron are among the United. States public" will be the
le winners of the Nobel prize in subject for conference debating this
-_semester, Floyd R. Riley of the
Oi Speech department, coach of the
tate Organization deb:,ting team, announced yester-
day. Teams representing the uni-
Will Convene Here versity will engage in six confer-
1 enc debates during the year, and
for Educational Work several non-conference meetings
have been scheduled.

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Discussion to be eld Through Following out the state-wide will be on December 12, when the
program now under way in the men's varsity team will meet the
Semester in Rooms of 'Michigan Educational Association, representatives of Purdue in Ann
Organization. a meeting will be held in Ann Ar- Arbor. On the same day, the other
bor Monday. The purpose of the. men's team will make the trip to
gathering is to acquaint all the Minneapolis to debate against Min-
Thirteen pledges have been in- teachers of the district with the de- nesota. Later in the season the

28) as was previously planned. Announcements as to the next meet-
ing shall appear later,
John L yendyk

EVENTS TODAY

Exhibition from the National Society of Mural Painters, Architec-
tural Building, daily from nine to five.
Phillips Scholarship Examination in Latin will be held in Room
2014 Angell Hall, at 9:00 a. in.
History 6: The make-up examination will be held in Room 4001,
A. H, at nine o'clock.
English 45: I shall not ieet my sections today.
Hugh W. Hetherington
Prospective Members of the" Cosmopolitan Club: All prospective
members and friends are cordially invited to attend a social meeting
at 8:00 p. in., Lane Hall.
Ann Arbor Stamp Club will meet at 8:00 p, m. in room 408 of the
Romance Language Building. Election of officers will take place and
there will be an auction. Visitors and' collectors invited.
Children's Rhyme Classes will be held in Barbour Gymnasium every
Saturday morning. Children from. 5 to 8 years will meet at 10 o'clock
and the older group will have the following hour.
Masonic Students: Craftsmen meeting at Masonic Temple tonight,
7:30 to 9:30.
COMING EVENTS
University Lecture: October 28, 4:15 p. in., Natural Science Audi-
torium, Mr. Ernest Fowles. Subject: "Bach and His Contribution to
Music."
Dr. Charles R.. Brown, Dean Emeritus of the Divinity School of
Yale University, will speak on the topic "How Much Do You Want?"
at the Sunday morning Convocation, October 27, at 11:00 in Hill Audi-
torium.
Phi Delta Kappa: The first fall luncheon of the Omega chapter
of Phi Delta Kappa will be held on Monday, Oct. 28, at 12:15 P. M.
at the Michigan Union. Prof. Johnston, Principal of the University
High School, will be the speaker of the occasion.
Psychology 34, 36, 38 and 42:. Make up examinations for those ab-
sent from the examination in June or in the suminer session will be
held in Room 1121 N. S. Monday, October 28, at two p, in.
Philosophy 32: All sections meeting Tuesday, October 29, to Mon-
day November 4. should be prepared on the following readings in

Organized under the new divi- j
sion of fine arts in the university, a
study room for the use of students
taking courses in the history of art
and sculpture, and also for anyone
elese interested in the subject, is
now open, located in the southeast .
corner of Alumni Memorial hall:
The new study room and library
is being operated as one of the pro-
jects made possible under the Car-
negie Endowment Fund.
Included in the study room and
library are a collection of photo-!
graphs of paintings,,sculpture, and ,
architecture which at present num-
bers 4,000 photographs. It is hoped
that by the end of this year thereI
will be 10,000 photographs, mount-
ed, titled, and catalogued. The col-'
lection will then be very complete
and will cover the whole history of
art.
A card-index system is used, in
which every photograph is cata-
logued under several different
headings. For example, if a stu-
dent wants information on French
paintings in the nineteenth cen-
tury, he has merely to go to that J
particular card in the files;; this
card will contain a list of all nine-'
teenth century French paintings to
gether with the catalogued num-
ber of the reproduction.
In addition to the collection of
photographs the library includes a
very extensive collection of books
on arts.
Frequent exhibits will be held in
which the particular subjects be-
ing discussed in the various art and
sculpture classes will be featured.
President of Mexico
Leads Alcohol Fight
SBy Associated Press)
MEXICO CITY, Oct. 25.-A mani-
festo by President Emilio Portes
Gil to Mexican school children to-
day invited them to participate in
nation-wide anti-alcohol demon-
strations November 20, anniversary
of the Mexican revolutionary pro-
gram.

least a portion of the responsibility itiated to Alpha Nu, campus debat- velopment of educationaT improve- women's teams will meet Ohio
develved upon the pilot." ing society, and there are a number ments here as well as throughout State in Ann Arbor, and Indiana in
The bureau concluded from the of men who have as yet been un- the state. Bloomington.'
study that greater elements of able to complete their tryouts. Professor Arthur G. Moehliman,1 In addition to the conference de-
safety must be introduced into con- Alpha Nu is not an upper class or- of the educational school, will ad- bates, several other teams will be
struction of planes to reduce de- ganization, it was said by Charles dress the general assembly in the met this year, Thus far, contests
mands on the "necessarily fallible C. Boswell, '30, president, andmongbereteviusrushaeenarnedwhHie-
human element." and that the in- freshmen or members of any othermpragetormake atourot>berg universityOberlincollege
experienced pilot should be strict- class are invited to tryout. car and meet to discuss the DetrieCity college, and Western
ly supervised, especially when he Those who have successfully campusSandp mee to disc rss tile tate TCt gtscolland sWnsten
has about 200 flyingehour to I-s psse t eir ryotsadehaebeen tive branches of the educational; Iowa will debate against Michigan
credist lows: John Lederale '33 Milford J. system. The proposed itinerary will teams next semester, when a new
"It is at this time that he starts Alway, '33, Austin A. O'Brien, '30, consist of trips through the li- isbject wibe chosen. In addition,
his involved maneuvers; he is Ormand J. Drake, '30, Ralph A. brary and departments of the Uni- scheduledr es may be
flushed with over-confidence which Van Arman, '32, L. N. Winn, '32, versity. -
far outweigh his experience, and ph E. Newcomb, '31, Thomas V. he teams will b picked shortly
theLoCicero, '31, Garfield Hubble, '31, before Thanksgiving. Another op-
The errors of pilots were a Louis Butenschoel, '31, V. D. Parish.,itP ri S portunity for students to make the
bribed principally to faulty flying' omoDn s'31,team will be given-in February. The
technique which blamed for 63 per Jessie James unn, 1 , an Rebel Against Jailers conference ruling which limited a
cent of the accidents credited toI Th programs of te society are student to one semester of debating
error. Faulty judgment, careless- given at 7:45 o'clock each Tuesday (By Associated Press) = a year has been repealed, and now
ness an vioatin o safty egu nigt i th Alpa N rom onthe: !a student is' eligible for the team
at n fol dion of safety reg o th floor of Ange Nlroom o he e BUDAPEST, Hungary, Oct. 25.- both semesters.
{ain olwdi h re ffut lo fAgl al hs Communist prisoners throughout ,________
causes. programs range from group dis-
The report also pointed out that cussions of campus problems to de- Hungary have gone on a hunger
while the pilot is responsible for bates on international questions. strike. Thus far they have resisted Dowager Queen Marie of Roum-
less than half of the crashes in Visitors are always welcome and all efforts of the authorities to ania and her daughter the Princess
which no injury is sustained, three- .tryouts should report at the meet- break up the demonstration. Their Ileana, recently donned flying togs
fourths of the fatal ones were at- ings. Program announcements are jailers say women prisoners show for the first time when they went
tributed to the human elemem. I made in The Daily Official Bulle- fewer ill effects than the men.,1 up in a seaplane at Constantia.

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Hobbes';-Colkins, The Metaphysical System of Hobbes, pages 18-25,--
and 59-69; Leviathan, Chapter 17, of the Causes, Generation, and (By Associated Press)
Definition of a Commonwealth. JACKSON, Oct. 9.-Delbert Wol-
S ---lett, who twice escaped from the
In five months the people of The mysterious "palolo," a tiny county jail, only to be recaptured,
fish found off the coast of New and who also has made three un-
Poland have increased their depos- Zealand, can be caught at dawn in successful attempts to escape dur-
its in the State Postal Savings bank one particular day of the year when ing the last five months, has been
by $2,500,000. it rises to the surface of the sea for on a hunger strike since Sunday

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