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Acro :: Section 1 of Aero 5, composed of Messrs. Bredt, Kratz,
Redding, Bensky and McMaster, will meet from 1:00 to 5:00 on Mon-
day, October 28, in Wind Tunnel, East Engineering Buildinig.
Chemical Engineering Seminar: Mr. C. C. Monrad will be thr
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members speaker on Monday, October 28, at 4 o'clock in room 3201 Eas En-
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi- gineering Building on the subject, "Heat Transfer With Condensing
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday) Vapors".
VOL. XL. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1929 No. 26
Physics Colloquixn: Professor David M. Dennison will speak on the
NOTICES i "Isotopes of Carbon and Oxygen", and Mr. Lloyd A. Young will speak ons
the "Regularities Among the Ionization Potentials of Light Elements"
To Users of Parking Space Adjoining Mason Hall: A considerable in room 1041, East Physics Building on Tuesday, October 29, at 4:15.
number of automobiles with parking permits are forced to leave this All interested are cordially invited to attend.
parking place each day and seek space elsewhere. Almost always some
of these cars could be accommodated were it not for spacve wasted Quadrangle: The first meeting will be held Wednesday, Octo-
by those who have parked the cars already there. ber, 30, at 8:00 p. m. 718 Onondaga is the new meeting place.I
This communication is not a request to anyone or on the part of
anyone. It is, rather, a suggestion that courteous consideration of Acolytes will meet Monday evening, October 28, at 7:30 o'clock, iin
other motorists on the part of all users of this space will result not Room 202 S. W. Professor Langford will speak on "The Logical Status
merely occasionally but every day in making it possible for several of Questions."!
more of our fellow-drivers to find space. Waste of space is caused by:-
First: Failure to park as.close as reasonable convenience will per- Chi Upsilon will meet Tuesday, Oct. 29, at 7:30 in Russell Semi-
mit to the car alongside, and nar, Natural Science Bldg.
Secondly: Parking otherwise than immediately alongside a car ,_
already there, or in the case of the first car in line, next to the east K
curb. When you park your car in the midst of available space rather ;fPhi Delta Kappa The rtl nchond of t Omga chpter
than at the edge of it, it is almost a certainty that later in the day of Phi Delta Kappa will be held on Monday, Oct. 28, at U12:1 P. M.
same colleague will be deprived of space by your act. Or you may be, at the Michigan Unpn. Prof. Johnston, Principal of the University
if he parks heedlessly. High School, will be the speaker of the occasion.
The above suggestions with respect to parking practice are there-s'
fore made for the consideration of all users of this space. Music Section of the Faculty Women's Music SctionV:Faculty
k? in: crn tni inp tthe home of AMrs W.

May Succeed BORAN

Aircraft Thought to be Owned

by Montana
Home from



Edson Sunderland Among Many
Delegates to Convention
of Bar Association.

(By Associated Pres.i
MENOMINEE, Oct. 26.-The Me-
nominee Herald-Leader today said
the theory had been advanced that
an airplane which 12 persons said
they saw fall in Lake Michigan
Wednesday off this port was that
of Urban F. Diteman, Jr., Montana
aviator, who took off from Harbor
Grace, Newfoundland, Tuesday
with London as his announced des-
The paper said that because a
check has failed to reveal any
planes missing in the middle-west,!
it was thought very possible that
Diteman had decided after his1


Choral Union Concert: Ossip Gabrilowitsch, distinguished con-I
ductor of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra has built the following!
program for the orchestral concert in the Choral Union Series in
Hill Auditorium, Wednesday evening, October 30.
Concert goers are respectfully reminded that the program will
begin on time and that all should be seated promptly at 8:15.
The program is as follows:
Schubert: Overture to "Rosamunde"; Franck: Symphony in D.
Minor, I. Lento; Allegro non troppo, II Allegretto, III. Allegro non
t'roppo; R. Strauss: Serenade for Wind Instruments, in E fiat Major
Op. 7, Wetzler: Symphonic Dance in Basque Style from the opera,
"The Venus of Basque"; Enesco: First Rumanian Rhapsody in A Major,
Op. 11.1

Women' sclub will nave a pot lucK supper atrule e 1iulatL I110. al V.il 1i0..
F. Hunt, 1030 Baldwin Avenue, Tuesday, October 29, at 6:30 P. M. hop-off to return to his home in3
New members of the section will be guests at this meeting. Billings, Mont. On a direct route,
that would bring him over this
Play Reading Section Faculty Womens' Club will meet Tuesday city. He is known, the paper said,
afternoon, October 29, at 2:30, in the Women's Field House, corner ;to have made several flights in the,
Forest and North University. All members of the Faculty Women's past over Lake Michigan.
Club who are interested in joining this section are cordially invited. The 12 persons who saw the
mystery plane fall, all reporting
Vegetarian Supper: in the cafeteria on the Michigan League individually, were said by the
Building, Monday, Oct. 28, 6:00 p. m. For reservations dial 21751. paper to have offered partial de-
scriptions resembling the publish-
-.. --------ed picture of Diteman's craft; that
UNIVERSIT Y BIOLOGICAL RESEARCH it was "black" and that it had low
wings. Six workmen marooned by
AT CHEBO YGAN SHOWS BIG GROWTH a storm on an island 14 miles from
- - - _ - ------ here reported that a monoplane
(Special to The Daily) only the beginning of the expansion resembling Diteman's had passed;
CHEBOYGAN, Mich., Oct., 27-A program. over there flying low and at high
city is growing rapidly along the A complete landscape plan is , speed.'
shores of Douglas Lake. It is un- being worked out this fall. The old
like any other in the country, for engineering camp has been moved UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTONj
It population is composed of re-
its po kers wopsedfr-ito make it center at the foot of -Co-eds at the University of
search workers who pursue frogs in
swamps, study the scales on fish and South Fishtail Bay. A new dining Washington have been placed on1
I the flight of birds to further the hall, kitchen, office and a admini, their honor to act discreetly before
progress of science. Today as it stration building is being complete- opening a cigarette case. If theyj
enters upon its twenty-first birth- ed, while lecture halls, with sunken'
day, the biological station of the gardens in the front, are being sense a hostile atmosphere, where
University of Michigan is the larg- added on either side of the central twentieth century ideas will be
et fresh water institution of its t builngsThis contains the criticized, they are urged to forget
kind in America. I women's buildings on the east and everything out a desire to keep
Twenty-one years ago when the i the men's buildings on the west. harmonious.
camp was founded it consisted of ~~--- ---_.--

Organized with the intention of
promoting improvement in thii
administration of justice, an As-
sociation of Judicial Councils was
formed in Memphis, Tenn., last
week in connection with the meet-
ing of the American Bar associa-
tion. Professor Edson R. Sunder-
land of the Law School and Oscar
C. Hull of Detroit represented the
Judicial Council of Michigan at the
organization meetinf.
A large number of states have
Associated Press Photo
Andre Tardieu. already created judicial councils to
Minister of interior in the present study the machinery gf the courts,
French cabinet who has been prom- and to propose improvements in
inently mentioned in parliament- practice, and it is expected that'
ary lobbies as a successor to Prem- mafiy more will come into exist-
ier Briand. ence in the next few years. A
(large amount of extraordinarily
SPECIALIZA TION valuable information is being col-
URGE IN ALK lected by these judicial councils
andthe purpose of the Association
just formed is to provide a clearing
E. K. Wennerlund spoke on gen- house for the exchange of data,
eral management and operation as and for the discussion of prob-
employed in large scale production lems of mutual interest.
at a joint meeting of Industrial So-
ciety of Engineers and Chemical It is expected that the Associa-
Engineers held Thursday night at tion of Judicial Councils will meet
the Union. Mr. Wennerlund is at each year in connection wih the
the present time the head of the American Bar Association and will
production department. present programs.



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Dr. Charles IL Brown, Dean Emeritus of the Divinity School ofj
Vale University, will speak on the topic "How Much Do You Want?",
at the Sunday morning Convocation at 11:00 in Hill Auditorium.
Exhibition from the National Society of Mural Painters, Architec-
tural Building, daily from nine to five.
University Lectures: October 28, at 4:15 p. m., Natural Science
Auditorium. Mr. Ernest Fowles: "Bach and His Contribution to Mu-
October 29, at 4:15 p. m., Went Gallery, Alumni Memorial Hall.
Dr. W. R. Valentiner, Art Director of the Detroit Institute of Arts:
"Fra Angelico". Lecture to be illustrated.
October 30, at 4:15 p. m., Natural Science Auditorium, Mr. ErnestI
Rhys: "Celtic Folk Tale and French Romance".
Psychology 34, 36, 38 and 42: Make up examinations for those ab-
sent from the examination in June or in the summer session will be
held in Room 1121 N. S. Monday, October 28, at two p. m.
History 3 and 4: The make-up examination will be given in room
1204 A. H., Monday, October 28, at 3:00 p. m.
Experimental Education-Ci10: Dr. McClusky will not meet the
class Monday, October 28.

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several log cabins occupied by sev-
eral workers. Today it has a sum-
mer enrollment of a hundred stu-
dents in addition to faculty mem-
bers from such institutions as Johns
Hopkins, Yale, Kansas University
I Kansas Agricultural College and the
universities of Illinois and Detroit.!
The enrollment will be larger next
year after the camp finishes its
present building program.
The biological station, was ex-
panded this summer by the acqui-
sition of Camp Davis, the spacious
and well equipped engineers' camp
belonging to the university. The en-
gineers moved to Jackson's Hole,,
Wyoming,and their 40 steel build-
ings motorboats and a boat house;
will be applied to 1.he use of the
biologists next summer. But this is

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