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DAILY

~1ATTTTflAY NOV1~TsAT~1~F? 2 1~9

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETI'N
Publication in the Bulletin i8 constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi-
dent until 3:30 p. in. (11:30 a. m. Saturday)

TO SURVE
Geography Profe
New Moveme
Michigan
RESEARCH IS 1

[1 1AUTHORITIES INVESTIGATE COLLISION OF LAKE Wilj
~ II OSEN ORE 'MARQUETT E', AND FREIGHTER, 'SENATOR' ANCELL ~iiIILL dPLf~I(
I
STATE >.*:. ~ AT CAMPUS FOR LII~A

y

VOL. XL,

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 2, 1929

No. 31

:ssor Will Lead
nt to Make
Map.
UNDER WAY

NOTICES
Faculty, College of Literature, Science and the Arts: The Novem-
ber meeting of ~ie faculty will be held tyi Room 2225 Angell Hall, at 4:10
p. in., Monday, November 4.
Tentative dates for faculty meetings for the remainder of the year
have been fixed as follows: December ~, January 12, February 3,
March 3, April 7, May 5.
John R. Effinger
Health Service Telephone: Students please tke notice that our
telephone number 21305 has been changed to 23248. All calls outside
of regular class hours shoold be made on this number on main line
and riot through campus exchange.
Warrexi E. Forsythe, Direc t;or
EVENTS TODAY
An EUiibition iilustratlng New Ways of Art Education in German
Public Schools froni. the Prague International Congress of Arts, in third
floor exhibit room, Architectural Building, from 9 to 5 daily, except Sun*-
day, ti irough Novern her 9.
Craftsmen Club meets in the Masonic: Temple from 7:30 to 9:30 p.

12]. 0
COMING EVENTS
£4tudera( Volunteers will meet Sunday, 9:15 a. in., in the library
,Lar~e hail. The Rev. Mr. George Braden, Palestine, will speak.
Women's Research Chab will meet Monday, Nov. 4, at 7:30 p. in., in
1'OOm :li,24 Museums Bldg. Dr. Heler~ boiwquin xviii talk on "The
I~1tuitary Gland".
All iuernhcrs of the Music Section of the Faculty W~aiei'i's Club iu-
texcsted in chorus work are asked to meet; at the home of Mrs. Nathan
Konald, 108 Austin, Monday, Nov. 4, at 3:30 p. m.

:1
Prof. Kennech C. MeMurry. of,
the geography department, is in
charge of work being done by the
University in connection with the I
Michigan Land-Economic survey,
division of the State Department of
Conservation.
The survey is gradually accom-
plishing a ~ob of making topo-
graphical1surveys of all the coun- 'I _________
ties of the state, showing the uses _____
to which the land in the county
may best be accommodated. Captain W. F. Amsbary, of the Indiana Harbor. Indiana ran broad-
In case o~ land which has re- steamship Marquette. and the side into the Senator, crushing open
verted to the state because of tax Marcuette which was damaged in its port side which was laden with
delinquencies, these surveys prove a collision on Lake Michigan. a cargo of 241 autos.
valuable in several ways, according Thursc~ay, with the freighter Sen.- The Senator rolled over and sank
to Professor McMurray. ator, 20 miles off Port Washingto~~ within 10 minutes after the trag-
In regard to the prospective The colllsioi-i cost seven lives. The edy occurred. No life boats were
purchaser of such land, the sur- ~,re carrier, Marquette. heading for able to be lowered, and it was only
vey's findings provide a means of......-.~------- - ____.~..
seeing at a glance both the natui
and possible use of any plot o~ FLO COMMENDS CITY INTEREST
land. The survey's report wZil tell $2,500 AIRPORT
him whether land of similar topo- IN GIVING FOR
graphy and soil is being cuitivatecli
to advantage elsewhere and wiit~ Coinin~ntii~g on the city ~Qfl 'Pw facilities are all there, we nave
help him to decide whether it will
be worth his while to buy the prop cii's '~ppropriation or $2,509 for a~r hi!; to develop them. Much more
erty. If farming has already been port. improvements, Lieut, LeonarQ can and will be done as soon as the
unsuccessfully tried on the land S. Vlo~ lessee of the field, said thai people ci Ann Arbor show ~
the report may put the prospective it ~s a big step toward the in2prevP '-~ ~te desire for an even better field.
purchaser on the right track as to inflit of Ann Arbor's interest in I 'r~~c* city council does not want to
other possible uses of the land. If ~~TiatiGn.. I tppropriate any more money for
he Is thinking of a summer iiome ft is gratifying to know " h'~ this; purpose until the people ex-
or a hunting lodge, he can see all said 't.hat the city is beginnino to 1 tOSS some sentiment aboi. r, the
the possibilities of the tract in i-us ieahze the lrnssibilities of the fi~hI n~at.ter.

through the heroic rescue work
of the crew on the Marquette that
all 28 of the Senator's hands were
not lost. One body has been recov-
ered, but six have not yet been ac-
counted for. Federal authorities
have begun an investigation of the
tragedy.

Sociology Professor to Discuss
Question of Campus
Moral Standards.
EXPECT LARGE TURNOUT
Continuing the SOUCS Ot AU-
Campus Forums sponsored by the
Student Christian association,
Prof. Robert C. Angell of the soch.
ology department, will speak at
the next Forum rIsl.11.lrsday Nov. ~',
in Alumni Memorial hall.
Professor Angell has chosen as
his subject, "Moral Standards of
the Campus" because it was cx-
pecteci that such a question would
arise considerable interest among
the student body in view of its vi-
tal importance and broad nature
He will incorporate the question,
"How high or low are our ethical
standards? Why?" in this discus-.
.~LiJI1.
A
That some of the basic problems
-- which confront the university stu-

"Many people," he added, "have dent might be ironed out. promin-
never seen tne a;rport and I her ent members of the faculty have
consented to lead in the discussion
fore sho~v no special interest rn it' ~f soint of the problems which a.
c~evelopinent. They believe the alL ~resent ative group of students
port; to be a swamp in which planc'~ ieel to be important, at these Al[~-
would ~mk out of sight on am" C~npus Forums.

Morid ay Evening Drama Sectio:
Monday evening, Nov. 4, at 7:45, at
Comedy Club: Tryouts, for mci
will be held in U. flail Audi toriuni, S

o Faculty Women's Club will meet
the Women's Athletic Building.
tiber,~ only, for th.e next production
onday at l0:~30 and 3:00.

days, whereas such a thing is im -
possible. The level soil consists ot
peat which readily alsorbs moP
ture, and just below the surface is
a hard pan of clay which r~nders
the entire tield sink proof as far as
planes are concerned."

In view of the large turnout for
President Alexander Grant Ruth -*
yen's address in the first of the
series last Thursday, it. is expected
that many of the Forums will be
transferred to West Gallery, Alum..
ni Memorial hall in place of ~oom
D as was originally planned.

in md's eye. down to the number of
Sigma Delta Ciii: Important ino~2tint; at 4:30 o'clo~k Monday in fish he will catch, if luck is xvith
the Press building. luim.
From the point of. view of the'
New French Minister state, the survey can also be of
I great use, it; is pointed out. It may
~ ELI ~ ION IS TO Pt C Will be Chosen Today i~e estimated that a certain block
reverted land is due to fill up ii;
Pres~) so many years, judging from th~.
OF TALK BY CASE ~ class of owner and the types of
-- The idle land problem in the
"Jesus has been reclotheci vii h ~ v formally accepted President state is believed by authorities to
garments that are in style," wis Ooumergue's invl~ation to form a be growing more complex, but
the view expressed by Prof. E'iirle.v eabin~t. He told the pi esident; he Michigan now has the n-iaThinerv
Jackson Case of the tJniversity of . he would succeed in .t6 meet it, through the services of
Chi6ago in an address given at ~ was confident
Natural Science ~ uditorium last getting together a ne~w government, the Land-Economic survey.
night. This was the first of a series He expects, he said,. to have his The survey was inaugurated iii:
of lectures t3 ~e given under the list c4 ministers ready Saturday 11922 on the recommendation of a
auspices of the Mkhigan School of ie~mit.ting its publication then and I committee of the Michigan Acad-
immediate resumption of parlia- emy of Science.
Religion. ment- for discussion of the nation~
According to Professor Case, time al bud get. . Journalism ~tdents
has dimmed the historical Jesus .
and has gradually changed his ap~ France has been without a cabi- Hear Hackley Butler
pearance and creed to keep up net since Oct. 22, when the cabi- I
with corresponding changes in civ- net of Aristide Briand resigned af-'
ilization. During the course of cen- ter defeat on a matter of procedure I~ackley Butler in his speech be-
in the chamber of deputies. Since fore the Student Journalist club
tunes, the Idealistic conception of
him has grown up through tle coin- then t*he Radical Socialists, Edou- I last night said that he had been
and Daladier and Senator Etienne misquoted by various newspapers I
binded fol ces of poetry, art, sculp-
ture and music. Because of these Clementel, both failed to form ~ over the country and offered this
various changes, we have come to new niiiiistry. statement' to make his views clear
on the institutions and Commun-
think of Jesus as possessing hun-ian Taking the mandate returned to j ism of Russia.
form, but endowed with superna- the president Thursday by Senater
tural powers; a man who suffered Clementel, IVI. 'randieu set out to "Nearly always when we closed
build a government of the Center our visit to these institutions either
as other men did, but who dif~ our interpreters or the local guides
fered from them in that he tri- and Right Center where M. Clem- would say, 'Now go back and tell
umphed over death. Professor Case entel and M. Daladier had failed America what you have seen and
said in conclusion that, "It was to construct one from the Left. we are very glad of every Qppor- I
necessary for God to become a man Like those two, the new premier- I tunity to speak of the humanitar-
in order that man might become a designate today had the promise of ian work being done for these peo.-
God." M~ Uriand to serve as foreign mm-. I ple who have known sorrow and I
Professor Case :a a member ~ ~ i'~t9r in a new government. Polith j oppression for so many age.s,' " he I
leading r1n~eologIcal societies of the cal circles regarded the promise as said. "One guide suggested that we I
United States and has written in- conditional upon M. Tardiu's not go back and start a revolution right I
nuinbe~abie treatise-s on Various ~ too far to the Right M. away, which leads us to say that
Phases of religion. At present he is 1~)alader in going too far to the 1 we saw nothing in Communism or
chairman of the department of of I angered the former premier, I Its aims that we believed would
churcfr history at the University of; who then withdrew his support. I benefit or improve the conditions of
Chicago and editor of the Amen- - I our own working men or farmers,
con Journal of Religion. His second Educators from all over the coun- I the only classes concerned. I
lecture. "The real Jesus," will be flY are planning various manners "Thus while refraining from any
given at the Natural Science au- of honoring Professor John Dewey, criticism of the Soviet rule in Rus-
ditonium at 8 o'clock this evening,: of Columbia University, . interna- sia, I believe that we should most
I tionally known lecturer on philoso- earnestly combat the effort to force
~x~ens:ve mining operations are I phy, when he celebrates his sev- Communism both as a religion and
l3Cinl~ conducted in East Prussia In entith birthday October 20. He was j a form of political economy upon I
quest c~f amber. born in 1859 at Burlington, Vt. the people of the United States,"

nntiaij

FIRST METHODIST
Cor. s. 5tateCI1UR~h
and If. Waslifrigton S~s
N/Un., Rev. Arthur W. Stalker, D. D.
Associate Minister, Rev. Samuel J.
I-Iarrison Student Director, Mr.
Johnson.
10:30 A. M.-Morning Worship.
"Religion and Truth," Dr. Stalker's
12:00 M.-Two Bible Classes for Scu.
dents at Wesley Hail. Leaders:
Professor George F. Carrothersl
and Mr. Ralph Johnson.
6:00 P. M.-Wesleyan Guild Devo-
tional Meeting. Professor L. P.
Carr of the Sociology Department,
University of Michigan, Leader.
Subject: "Religion and Social
Reality."
7:00 P. M.-Open House at Wesley
Hall.
7:30 P. M.-Evening Worship.
"just 'Leaves," Rev. Mr. Harrison's
PRESBYTERIAN ChURCh
1-luron and Division Sis.
Merle II. Anderson, Minister
Mrs. Nellie B. Cadwell, Secretary for
Women
iO:4~ A. M.-Morning Worship.
Sermon: "Behind Closed Doors."
12:00 M.---Studenr Class. Teacher:
Prof. Howard Y. McClusky.
5:30 P. M.--Social I/Jour for Young
People.
6:30 P. M -Young People's Meet-
ing. Leader: Walter North.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCh
On East Huron, ,vest of State
Th/v. R. Edward Sayles, Minister
Howard R. Chapman, Minister for
Students.

i3~o A. M.~-"The Evolution of An
Idealist," is the subject of N/Jr.
Sa vies' sermon.
9:45 A. M.-The Student Group
uwers at Guild House. Mr. Chap-
man will be in charge.

BETHLEHEM
EVANGELiCAL CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
Fourth Ave. between' Packard and
William
Rev. Theodore R. Scbntale
9:00 A. M.-Bible School.
10:00 A. M.-Morning Worship.
Sermon topic: "Onward March of
Faith.''
11:00 A. M.-Gerinan Service.
5:30 P. M.-Student Fellowship
Supper.
7:00 P. M.-Young People's League.
Topic: "Making My Body a Ft
Temple for God."

SUNDAY, NOV. 3

FIRST CONGREGATIONAL
State and William

Allison Ray Heaps, Minister

12:00 N.-Church School.
5:30 P. M.-Student Friendship
1-lour. Informal social time. Re.
freshmnents are served during the
hour.

9:30 A. M.-Church School.
10:10 A. N/I-Young People's Class
lead by Prof. A. D. Moore.
10:45 A. M.--Morning Worship with
Sermon by Mr. I-leaps.
5:30 P. M.-Student Fellowship.
Address by Prof. Earl V. Moore
on "Religion and Music."

6:~0 P. M.-The Devotional
in charge of students.

Hour

I JNITARIAN CHURCh
State and Huron Sta.
Rev. Harold P. Marley, Minister
10:30 A. M.-Untt-arman School of
Religion.
]0A5 A. NI-Morning Service. Ser.
mon topic: "Growth and Determora.
ion.
>00 P. M.-Scudent's Union. Talk
by Prof. Robert K. Hall on "The
Japanese at Home." Discussion
and refreshments.
ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
Washington St. at Fifth Ave.

PAflIO
/
Ra~o UNITY Services
EVERY SUNDAY MORNING
from
The Detroit Civic Theatre
V. P. RANDALL, Will Speak on
'tMen's Unity With God."
This isa part of the r*gular Unity Service
which bEgins at 11:W A. M. and which in
ConduCted by-
The DETROIT UNITY CENTER
4l4~8 Woodward Ave.
Broadca.st by
WJR Detroit 11:30a.m.
Eastern Standard Tiitje

ST. ANDREW'S
EPISCOPAL CHURCh
r)ivision and Catherine Sta.
Rev. Henry Lewis, Rector
Rev. T. I.. Harris, Assistant

JUST RECEIVED--

HILLEL. FOUNDATION

FIRST CHURCH
CHRIST, SCIENTIST
409 S. Division St.

8:00 A. M.---.l-Ioly Communion.
9:30 A. M.-FIoly Communion.
(Student Chapel in Harris Hall.)
9:30 A. M.-Church School. (Kin.
dergarten meets at 11 o'clock.)
11:00 A. M.-Holy Communion; se-
mon by Mr. Harris.
6:30 P. M.-Student supper in
Harris Hall followed by three study
I groups led by Mr. Harris, Miss I
Gainmack and Prof. Robert Angell.
ST-B PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod) [
Third and West liberty Sr... '~
C. A. Brauer, Pastor
9:00 A. M.-.Reformation service.
German.
10:00 A. M...-Bible School.
11:00 A. M.-Reformation Service.
English.
6:00 P. M.-Student Supper.
6:30 P. M.-Talk on Luther.
7:00 P. M.-Reformation Program
by Sunday School.

615 F. iJr~iv~rsity

GENERAL COLLEGE PHYSICS
by
Randall Williams & Colby
IV A I ~ S UNIVERSITY
BOOKSTORE

4:00 P. M.--Sunday
Rabbi A. H. Fink will
"The Unkonwn Samict
Aime Palliere.

Dial
Services.
speak on
uary" by1

P. C. Stellihorri, Pastor
9:00 A. M.-Bible School.

10:30 A. M.-Reforrnation
strength of the church.
12:00 M.-Student Sunday
Class.

on the
School

10:30 A. M.-Regular Morning
serivce: Sermon topic: "Fver~
lasting Punishment."
11:45 A. M.-Sunday School follow.
ing ~he morning service.
7:30 P. M.-Wednesday evening reso-
monial meeting.

7~30-OPEN HOUSE

5: 30 P. M.-.Student Fellowship and
Supper.

6:30 P. M.-Student forum.

The Reading Room, 10 and II
State Saving Bank Building, is open
daily from 12 to 5 o'clock, except
Sundays and legal holidays.

I

I.

SECOND CONVOCATION OF FALL SERIES
Reverend John C. Shroeder ot Saginaw

5.

Hill
Auditorium
Sunday
M~. 2 I

Hill
Auditorium
Sunday
~h.T

"Thy

~JitnIIh,

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