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Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members (R rs iefrdo h pnn a o ebr fteGooia or ot
of thei Universityde.liedonCopy pereceived RES by the Assistant Tni 11to1tothee Uivesit- Coy IeeIId societysitawilolhemeeti sthisywieveninghs evnienten it
dent~ until 3:3U p, m. (11:30 a. in. Saturday) I ONIA, Mich., Oct. 30- Pc'oh- tell convention by State ister inrom35_fraotefhigta
tions___________en f rcem enof roome 3056xbfor, an other D rofith e c g tur~
!! VOL. XL. THURSDAY, OCTiOBER 31, 1929 No.ceadigefremn Gor7F9axu~.LctrrDr Charity Chest Vounteers Report "lecture programs which have been alcu
- - ---- - - -_ _ __ _ _ __ _ __ _ _ __ _ l w p oh bti g saeo- - ow -wee denn I ha h Enthusiastic Response at scheduled for the 1929-30 season. .P Fe
NOTICES (gift c igarets to minors were be- farmlers bury tPle hatchet which Cmpig pDnerITe ecuesfo tisweks ono
Unversity Senate: The first meeting of the Senate for the year will in-, prepared today for submission has caused disseninon between the j___ cation are Prof. R. C. Hussey and Bil
bie held In FRoomn G Law Building on Monday, November 11, at 4:15 p. in to the 400 ceeates attending the grange and the £farm bureau; reit-{ Dr. flarley iyne ,peidn fPro .B elun hirtpc i j'F
T'entative dates fPor other mneetints: January 20, March 10, May 12. n ratienl of the farmiers' demandy yspeinto :LB.Klu.Tiroicwllio
J. W. Bradshaw, Secretary, annual convention oi' the SMichigan that nrohibitlon be retained n ;he Community Fund association !be "The Canyon City Embayment,
--- Stage Grange ;nere. enforced; insitence that the lior-!gave the first report of work beingj and "The Geology of Northeast' "Four
To Members of the Faculty, 1b-iy;': Academic annual salaries' The resolutions were Incited by ton law, denying hunters free use .done by more than four hundred Coahuila, Mexico" respectively. Sultans
are paid in nine instalhm:,nts t he ninth being a double installment) o'n onslaught on cigaret smoking of farmers' lands be Err~timued, and' volunteer patcpnsi;h n Professor Hussey returned to lect o
on the last day of each month f'rom O tbr to June. inclusive. At the ~~ab rnelaes oe e-affirmance of cthe belief that the parAroicmunsi Fnd rie Ann Aro1ti fl ftron ft 1 i
option of the f arulty mn rb r arranfg irr t cmay be made with the smokers were censured. Cigaret incomfl5 tax principle must be ap- most interesting field excursions in adtr
IBuiness Office to pay the _arv in wEli ccual ifrvnthly installmnents, .mnfcues ad dsrbtr plied to relieve agriculturists who, Tuesday noon at the Masonic tem-,his career. His topic of lecture will'ametrIi
euding with the ini,.baln.i;iof seoitemi)e r 30, 1930. If' the arrange- mau1trr id ur~~r are overburdened with property 1pie. James Inglis is in charge of concern the area which he covered, metrngn
nient Is not made until a larO U. ,bl=r 1 proportion ace adjustments. were pictured as menaces to s-1 taxes. brirvannhudgievlaledt o gitg
in the arrlaurt aan um aeb .r o i~i , ,c..1;t fll a1°nnt iiinEag Septemnber city. Farm leaders contended Mthtok rge ht ao en drwoenenteestdi te suldse oflgeoloyL.Bellumt
30, 1930, will be made. cigaret smoking by woman pro- is the healthiest training for chil-'work assembled at the Templ F; connected with the University Mu- Apc
PVa('uL,,/ rneb~rs wt ilmng to 'n P t o h. an arrwngemnent for 1929- hibits healthy babies and luirid ad- diren. She recommends that ady ihta a"omuiy Furi emwslcae nth ei A plo
1930 will piease c711 on the pa 'rll ~c k, :Miss Edlith Snli h or the as-' vertisements are inducing boys and stateyrnightreatea Cbemmadetthatnpr seumi wafildforaseveraltheyes anbepforews i
Fi tarir. MissaI'!nma Geiger.i~ in he hUttsi'ws 1Otflee at aa+ ,iinie except igirls to adopt a habit which is un- boy sand i r beraine othey Campaign dinner" and allpeen!oi ils ctivityalMcheans begoe an s rec
dutringa the final four '.":'3 '4 riyV n AI Frptau1~.n oftl p yrodlsi dermining moras and mentality, will be able to earn their own living! were optomistic, In believing that; Both men have previously ad-
dun~~~~~~~ ihei ~fu-da 9~Jr~e 1~ ~o o to u n r umatI-1 Other high lights of the broad- when they reach the age of 138 the goal of $65,279.57 intended to dressed the society, but Professor] Italy1
ry ~Try-outs for the next production will be held in Uf. Ball Aui- 1 word nor dissenting opinions were!led with the Canyon City excur- -
Fauty, Selloff} f l led ciw h e ; i.13'acu) tv t~m>, , will be t orium on Sunday a. m., November ]evidenced but each~ one in a,tten- sion which he took during the 'rIntr4
hell ol the thi 'd 2aai' of 01c li 1ti LVC Lea rue Buidinug on Miday, - dance seemed to be happy for the l summer vacation. On the trip he
Nov(tlb m t , at12:.1 : E .t: 7+. e t O. doafg Of Tlase. I Christian Science Sceymeets at 7:30,Lngtin the U r"r1lii a copaidb evrlsu
C. O. Davis, Secretary 1 of Lane Hal. 'a~1eeo epigi h otydents of geologp.
-cause of "going over the top" for The Geological Journal society'
ITctvrty Wien: Atl h<:Wdils tit !(s'irnter--cla~; hockey report:, House Presidents: The Board of Representatives meets in the Ann Arbor. meets every two weeks during the
';UT ,,day; and 'fiflr5;d'.vs ~ftie -' i !; n.!,,n,- w>PH;OVtr the weather. Board of Representatives Room in the League at 5 oclck. You m iay , --- -- I i
Ido epl r avo rpri,;bring your1'signing 7out slips 'from the beginning of $l3 Y-1i :; &ter 1Iup lCO.
ma neifi r eyhnor >Ii~ab*tth Halsey ;tit COcober 31. MERRILL, L N H O
A lBeplna&ir's (Ckm in Socia,1.wi9.l fl' for fi Ov5l iy ien and Point System Conimttee will not meet. Members
woimn, rbe-ik orgaiiu 'ed i- 'ute-;:t y anrd Thursday eveuiung, 7:30 --i- ew York Stock ExchangeO
to 8:30 p. 71u., Eat111" NWlafme.+';t ril uildilw. There will be rlodi- Members of the Ale's Chorus should report anytinie durin ''t,11-1 Chicago Stock Exchange
vidlual in - au<°t#ion for 1hE+. e lr .,i it,. 1 riivira music. Six lese-- cay at Mimes Theatre to be reasured for cot ie.Tids i:>tthe ,i1' Cleveland Stock Exchanve
sons ~ ~ )a io 3.0 t.et >at, , i1+f.= 15, , 1Xritr dyrn, or .daY 1116-O ineaS111'ement,. will be taken.,)tot tc '
front des-k t-, v 'l r-r 'g A i h-fLir J-tIi Uii u j. 'IIIP ift t a.,s mees DtrizSoc xchange Tl
T"hursdiay, Oct. ','l. COMING EVENTS New York Curb Marke 1Cl
Ethel McI~Cormick University Lecture: November 1, Mr. Tasslo Adam, Curator of 1 Accounts Carried on Conservative MarginT
O---1riental Art in the Museum of the Brooklyn Institute of Sciences, at 'N l Il hn AY%
House Presidents: All signing-out sijo.-; froma the beginning of 4:15 p. in., Natural Science Auditorium. Subject: "Four Years at the * iws' t'~ lI ank Phone q- ifi14u e
chool up to November fin m rust be handed into the President of th1s Court of the Sultans of Java".l tu
Women's League 'Office by November hs.- ____

year. combim n1.'on -
with the geograph~y depart,"-aalrepofamAmil-
go the combined clubs lid-ar. is
re o h n s h rrguson, of the U n~ited States
gist to Speak on
mr Y'ears in Java'
of Java" will be the u-
a lecture to be g iv n b-
Adam, eminent biologist, t,
iday in th e N atural S ri i , u. T e b ~ ~ y ci ce s e n s
D,Adam to the University to
is speech.
wind' coinpetit ion- to test
rom all parr.., of the world
emtly held at I elgrja e, Yu -
has more than uU0AjOO pco-
of work.
od ucing -
king '.~
)rchestras with
Enter ta;n ers
That cdick!
ePhOlle Jackson 5590
ltro ld Haiudly A. T. 0.
has Neard them---Ask Byrn-.




El~isabeth I~eVol, Chairman of the D'iard of 11epreseztatives Sophom'ore E~ngineers: Class
elections will be held on Novemiber
EVENTS Th'ODA'Y ' t in room 348 West Engineering
At- Oinlus Forum at 4:00 p. ri., Room f) DofAlumni Memnorial Hall. BlAdg., at. Len o'clock,
ylresldpi, AIex-apjder Rilthven will- sp'eal. ovi When is a Man Edtteated t"
IUniversity Club NightL: T1he firs .
l'fess;or Shirley ihsoin Caseof11-w Utiivrity of Chieag-, wd Cub Nf'lgit occursFrd~..V Nvei;
ltci.ut~re t:3i0 l p. m,.,N 'a t~t I if t'me Aui[torium, on 'I~he ideal ;: her I, at 8:00 l). in. T1he program
.)e emts. will begin about 8:20. M'e rnbcr~-
should make a specifal effort _to
Faculty, Collaeges of,- Enl iuecri.ng- and Architecture mneets at 4:15! bring guests wIho may be interested
p.i. nRoom 343 "West Engnc-ering Building, in Club membership.
Deca's Advisory Coniittee, College orf Literatuire, Science and th , LIQUO R ADVERTISEMENT
Art: tneets at 4 p. m. in Dean Eff'inger's Office. - A r- w - - .. *cv . r*w.rl. -



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E: Eiglish '233 meets at 7:00 p. in. CC-
C eological- Journal Club meets in- Room 3056 N. S. at 8 o'clock. Rt.
S'. Htisey will speak on " The Canyon City Embayment." L. B. Kelhum{
will ta lk on "The -Geology, of Northeast Coahuila, Mexico".
Xotdor Engineers meet at,11 a. mn. in room 343 W. End;.
jota AlphA: -Open, meeting at' 7:45 p. mn., Room 3201 East En-
gineering Building. Professor G. G. Brown will talk on "Motor Fuels".
All graduate engineering students, staff members, and others interested
are invited to attend.-
The Student Journalist ub meets at 0 p. Il. at the women's
League 13uldlng. - After dinner 11ackley Butler will talk on his travels
in Asia.

Do"-T'ON, Oct. 30 - Eiihu D.k
Istone, assistant,- United states at-
torney in charge of liquor cases in
the Federal court here, said no
I prosecutions would result f roml the
publishing of alleged boo' legers'
advertisements in the H-arvardi
and Lampoon, student publications
fat Harvard University. Stone said,
n ro reference to liquor was contain--
ed in the advertisements and
therefore were no grounds for

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Beta Kappa Rho will meet at the 'j Ue oitiiai expJJese~cUt t!C UCbIIC
home of Miss 'Gillette, 1319 Forest 'that the advertisements migh-t have
Ave., Saturday, Nov. 2, at 8:15 p. been printed as a jest but, lie added
m. New members may meet in the "advertisements like this, however,
lobby of the Leagu~e Building and, do not tend to elevate American
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