THE- I HICAN DAILY
STJNDAY, NOVEMBRR 3, 1929
THE ICHIAN D ILY UNDY, NVEMBR il,192
DAILY OF[iCiAL BULLETIN
March '3 April May M)I.~ ~IIL I i, pt
.Faculty, School of Education: The n e x tFaculty luncheon wmill oire n 11 f!ii An r n nnAt,
r ublication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members held on the third floor of the Michigan League Buildne on Monday , li Li 111
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Piesi- Faculty, School of Education: The nre.:t a Pwuhiy I izcueouiwil be 1111 A III L Liir IU V i
dent.untl 3:0 SUN 123a rnSaturdy held on the third floor of the Michigan League Building on 'Nonuiy. ig ScoliothWllMk
VOL. L, UNDA, NOVMBER3, 1929 - No. 32 November 4, at 12:15 o'clock. Please note changte of plne Hig ScolYuhWlMaern
N ICSEnglish lI"i : Written test on Friday, "' -t~ ,Dlae up rmo
Paderewvski Concert Postponed: The date of the Paderewski cone- signments to date, English history, and Rymer.' Soaring Plane. flee
cet in the Choral Union series has been frther postponed to January -° IT
8, 1930." The postponement is due to an operation for appendicitis; Economics 51. The sections are assigned to else!'llrvn rooms PLO W IL L PILOT SHIP Icon
which Mr. Paderewski underwent early in the summer, but from which for the examination,. Monday, November 4: Elo
he is said to have made a. remarkable recovery. A few weeks delay! Mr. igle's, Mr. Bdugle's and Mr. Homer's seci ion--3. W. AC Adlaenprcutdum.rop
in his American tour was necessitated. Mn idh',M.Babr' n i.Lknsscin-4 .El n altitude of 4,000 to 4,500 feet cen
The next concert in 'the Choral Union Series therefore will be IA.Ytm',M.Rbno',adM.Cvrys~eii. 0 will be made Sunday afternoon by her
given by the English singers on Truesday, November 19. Holders or Economiclas.n rbo Hghha
season tickets are requested to detach and preserve for the JanuaryBbMcilaAnAro ihhol
date the Paderewski coupon, number it presenting for admission to,, Physics Colloquium: Professor Ernest F. Barker will speak on the; school student who on two occa- nat
r C~ponfortha ocasin 'eport on the Meeting of the Faraday Society" in Room 1041 East sions has thrilled large crowds
th nls igasCnsrterg~a ~rpnfrta ainmbPThi cs lBuilding on Tuesday, November5, a' *4: 5. All interested are;. Pn ro MncplAipr. '
nubr4 CalsA.Sn orcialt .yinvited to ttend. , pec
Chares . Sik t Sunday's jump will give specta-, witl
Organ Recital: Margaret MacCregor. ori;anist, will give the fol-I Physcs Pro-Seminar: All these required to take this co~rse wili tors an opportunity to witness the, to
meet Mondy. Novembr 4 at 1 o'lock in Room 1(o41 East Physics! control of the jumper has over his: dit
lowing program Wednesday afternoon, at 4:15 o'clock. The general' an
public is requested to be seated on time as the dloors will be closed icue ioe yLetn enr
(lowed. Thmeprs.ogr i as ollos salcide wl o ea- Chemical Engineering SC11i nar: M '. D. W. Murp-hy xwil be the 1wi lloflyangroe arpopt, b Ipe,
loued.Th prgrm i asfoleos:speaker on Monday, November 4.,at 4 o'clock in Hoon 32C1 E t n ll l noea-opitheiplane.
Bach: Prelude andi fugue in D Mfajor; Schubert: Ave Maria; i gineerin" Building. a~la illa rmtepae
Clerambault: Prelude; Franck: Chorale in A minor; Faulkes: Crprt:c- ac illanxilu ltfioueanmie
via; Moore: Reverie at Twilight; Muiet: Toccato, "Thou Art the Rck". EooisCu ilme usaNvme ,a 1 nteIlyoeigtecrt ni h a
Charles A. Sink; M conomicsauBuilln mee Tuledynbovedambern5etra:5 ne opnnftechtrntlth'a
Lodgings ForUnivei'~Aiy ress Club:room number.) Professor Leonard L. Watkins will speak on "Central hrldtruhtearfo .0
LognsFrTivr yPesCu:Since rooms cannot beseBakRtinEgnd.MmrsothsafsnEcoisad I to 2,000 feet.
curedfor tem atthe nion uringtheirattedanceat th Umvr rikRate nhEngand"fMembrsnoftheisalfsen Ecnomiciand
cue orte a h nindFiteriatdandeSatturdyofiver Business Administration, and graduate students in these departments h efrac ilb h is
rity Kress Club convention on T1hursday, FiaadStra fti are invited to attend. of its kind in this vicinity and was
wecek, several guest speakers from other states will have to be ac-_________
conmodated in .faculty homes or taken to Detroit every evening. I am'1 ragdb iet l sadm
therfor asiti an fault, huseeidrs ho ay indit onvniet ! Junior Research Club will meet at :30 p. i., Tuesday, Noven- ;.nstration of howv war-time pilots
theefoe akin an fault hosehldes wlo ay indit onvniet ber 5, for election of officers. Dr. J. . lHalford will read a paper onI are able to dodge the bullets of
to provide a room for one or mnore of these guests to telephone my,"h hr a ftemdnmc" tereeisatrte aebe
office (Campos 485) between 2:00 and 5:00 p. n.) or my home (4740). wil tovmeh4eti.:1 freemio esaerdsabedpaeband
J.L rrmthe Men's Education Club wl me onaNoebe th:5 ow
o'clck n Rom 34 o th Miciga Unon. rofsso IC cler filltow peace-time flyers are able
Soting and Tabulating Station: The university has establishedl'clock on.RHow D04oes One SeechianHenSee. Poesrhee ilt oto hi ecn fe
a. Sorting and Tabulating Station in Room 212 Angell Hall. It is in -___ndnig tercat
charge of Mr. A ari Meacbaml, who will bp on duty from 8-12 and 1:30- ! WmnsTejm ilnAbrl il
excet onSatrri'ay fteraoi Allcl ntri~rets ae crdialyomen'ed Research Club will meet Monday, Nov. 4, ,t 7:30 p. in. in l tird leap at the Ann Arbor field
t6 make use of these electrical and inechanical sorting, tabulating and 1Pituitar'y Gland". - p- ___
accounting machi es for ca^r"ry lsg u statistical investigations. M:'._____
Meacham will give in formation and insrtruction in their use to meib.s' r lbwl etTedyNvme 5 t715i h uas h
ofthe faculty who desire to avail themiselves of the facilities afforde. AtCu ilme usaNvmbr1,a :5i1h aeo h
Shirley W. Swith, Secretary and Business Manager Michigan League Building.-
Sigma Delta Psi: Beginning Monday, November 4, try-outs for the I
Sortinrg anri T bulating Station: Any one having tabulating cards 1SgaDlaPiwl aet rsn elhcrlbfr en e
oifl file in the Sorting .and a- a~itS ,ation, Room 212 Angell Hall, is jmedetaePtstilhvetsr.nthat cr eoe-en e
requested to get In touch with me, as all Bards not claimed before 'No-, ______
vseiber 12will be destroyed. ! i L~~h P%1t7Cf ra. tnin n' a.11.v[ ,M..c 'ili t, Th a.A
Large Aerial Fleet IIUIJII1II 9 ''flIU,,LI
RID, Nov. 2.-Spain, under I EBlMINATE ELICIIT
from an enthusiastic gov-
ti uhn osrcin : her great Atjmada-a pow-1 NEW YORK, Nov. 2.--FouIt
'ul commercial and military air:
Chrough the development of
nmercial airways Spanish avia-
n observers see an increase in!
anish mercantile power, which'
ltunies ago manifested itself in;
rgreat colonial empire, which
ssince dwindled to 4 few small
Wings in Africa and in the (,a-
ry and Balearic islands.
'erhaps the most striking as-'
et of the movement is the zest
th which efforts are being made
establish a regular commiercial
igible service between Spain
Soviet flyers, bent on a mission oi
+good will, were at the en d ofi' thi
trail today after an epic flighI)t :;
12,500 miles across twvo continiesir.'
and the north Pacific.
Their arrival at Curtis-Wi'iglht
Field, Long island, Friday in tlieh
giant all-metal monoplane, Landc
of the Soviets, wvas 70 days aftLer
their take-off from Moscow, drn
'which time they combatted all dan-
gers of the elements. inclulding
snowvstormns, typhoons and lighlt-
a sllllll ii a I pls ,11 11:1 1'
ENJOY YOUR SUNDAY DINNER
Where you will find Home and College
Sunday Chicken Dinner, GOc
Regular Dinner, 50c
11 10 V/2 South tUniversity
:CCIOC"Cocco.woomm ocic COCIOC 1100 1 OCIC 1: V I I I CC I 1:11O."Will I WX Oll C
--- --- -- ''- 'Tuesday, November 5, at 2:4:5 at 'the hoome of Mrs. A. W. 8i iii 1008
,ten utt Vl ter meet;"at 11:1f, a. in., in the library Lane IHall. - ll llA°nte r.Grl GAsssay otcs
The ev. MIXGeore ~adeh Palstie, wll peak - onday -Evening Drama ' Section Faculty Women's Club will meet
_ I~ tY'A v.F~v n~it - Nru 'A nt 1-Ar, f th Wnmllk-At.1lItiUT-Im r-t-.
-chrysantheylumnsare ill f ohit®(er .at the Botaical Ga'derIS. i r- lL~~~JIYiLI ~Y k JUd*i~~ ZtV
i; dayli rht hours, including Sundafy, visitors are welcome. -ar--eSaf an-Tyous:Th
entr yista and Tryouts:ill et_
C - omedy Club:. Tr..youts, for mx~embers only, for the next. productionIeniesafndtyuswlmet -'
will be .heldl in U. 2tall Audtitoriumi , at 10:30 and 3:00.. I Monday, Nov. 4, at 4:30 p. m. Try- f jft
Y-ayrC~oi1 lt metsat :15p. ., n oom304of he iciga outs be up for mailing out at 3a
3-Hp Cnpitte mdsat :15p.in. inRom 34 o te Mchianp. m,s the. November number of
t~pioi-~. -the Gargoyle goes on sale on the '
CO~iG EVNTS camnpus on Tuesday, Nov. 5,
lC s132io;N .
tyiivErsity Lectures: .NovJenber' , at 4:15 p3. in., Room 1025 An-;
rel I Hall, Mr.. . Bl14and, Lecturer' in Public Administration, lEconomics
and History at the University ofX Sydney, Australia,; "The Australian1
November 7, at 4:15, p. m., Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, Mr. George
Young,- diplom atist -and author; "Freedom and Command of the Seas"
ct ntittee of the Senate on University Ai airs will meet in Roomj
201) Anpell hall. on Monday, November 4, at 4:15 p. in.
jFaculty, College of Literature, Science and the Arts: The Novem-
be'i' meeting of thl~e faculty will be held 6n Room 2225 Angell Hall, at
4:,10 p. m'., MVonday, November 4.
Tentative dates for faculty meetinvs for the remainder of the
S ltician.:' All students attending
the University from. Utica, New
York, and vicinity are requested to
meet in Room 306 Michigan Union,,
Monday, Nov. 4, at 7:30 p. m.
IInterfraternity Council: There~
will be an important meeting ofI
the Interfraternity Council at fourj
o'clock Monday afternoon, Room I
302 in the Michigan Union. All
delegates are urged to be present.
' WI. R. Farrell
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It Is Not Too Early--
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fections-give her some-
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us reset her diamonds,
Diamonds remounted in the
latest and most approved
Let us give you anl estimate.
Reverend John C. Schroeder
"The Vitality of Rligion
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