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November 10, 1929 - Image 8

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JIUNDA, NOVELvTlE.R 10, 5.9:'9



Publication in the Buletin is constructive notice to ali members
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi-
dent until 3:30 p: in. (11:30 a. m. Saturday)



No. 3t

U. S. Air Mail Schedule: Air Mail Service i& available from the
University of Michigan to all points of the United States, Canada and
Mexico, daily except Sundays and holidays. Air Mail must be posted
in the Arcade station for the two dispatches not later than:
10 a. m, for Detroit a nd Pontiac, only. Eastern Standard Time.
and 2:30 p. m. for all points of the United States, Canada, and Mex-
Air Mail forthese dispatches will be accepted at the Ann Arbor
Main Post Office, daily except Sundays and holidays, ,as late as 10:30
a. m. for Detroit and Pontiac, and 4:15 p. m: for all points in the United
States, Canada and Mexico.
Organ Recital: Palmer Christian, University organist, will give the
following interesting and attractive program Wednesday afternoon, No-
vember 13, at 4:15 o'clock. The general public is requested to be seated'
on time as the doors will be closed during numbers. For obvious rea-
sons small children will not be allowed. The program is as follows:j
Handel Largo; Wagner: Prelude to Loiengrin; Bonnet: Caprice I
Heroique; Russell: Up the Saguenay; Jongen: Pensee d'Automme;<
Brewer; An Autumn Sketch; Reger: AkSe Maria; Bach: Passacaglia in!
C minor.
Charles A. Sink 1
Attention Seniors: Mr. Willard Sutherland of the Playground and
Recreation Association of America will be in the office of the Univer-
sity Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information, at 201
Mason Hall, on Tuesday and Wednesday, November 12 and 13, for the 1
purpose of interviewing seniors who might become interested in taking
further preparation for recreation work at the :National Recreation I
Jean Greenshields, 1
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information..
University Women-House Heads: The hours of fraternity dancesz
Are approved by the Committee on Student Affairs. These are 9 to 1 t
on Friday, 9 to 12 on Saturday nights. TLere is no occasion for latet
returns and no arrangemnent for them should be made.
The responsibility recently delegated to the House Head is for a;
student's over night absence Vriday, Saturday, or Sunday, or for late°
return from out of town.
Grace Richards
Students, School of Education: All students enrolled in this
School who did not fill in the names of all instructors before handing
in their election cards are asked to do so immediately. This may be
done in the Recorder's 6ffice, 105 Tappan Hall.
Elizabeth B. Clark, Recorder ;
Tucker P. Smith will speak at the Unitarian Church on the sub-(
ject, "Breaking the War Habit" Sunday evening at 6:00. All students
are cordially invited to attend.
International Forum at 4:00 p. i. in the Library of Lane hall. Mr.

E. C. Jandy of the Sociology Department will lead the discussion on "The Hoover Administration
Social Psychcicgi of Race Relations." All students and faculty ar cor-IU
diali- In'vted II M to co-g es iTBidg t
A$ Exhi% ition illustrating New Ways of Art Edi ureation n ieman (ByAssoatedPref
Public Schools from the Prague International Congress of Arts, hi third /SIGONv . n
floor exhibit room, Architectural Budlding, from 9 to 5. Hoover administration has drawn
;. ... _.. (Continued from Page 1) up its first budget and plans an ex- (B Associatd Press)
COMING EVENTS' fter describing the drastic im- penditure of $3,830,000,000 in the PARIS, Nov. 9 -The French
University Senate: Monday, November 11, at 4:15 p., B Room C provements which th . use of the: fiscal year of 1931, a total of $111,- 1 Chamber of Deputies today twice
Law Building. Wdio and airplane hu. wrought in 000,000 less than that appropriated voted confidence in the new gov-
Arctic exploration, Professor Hobbs by congress for disbursement in the ernmnt, of Andre Tardieu by a
University Lecture: November 14, at 4:15 p. n., Natural Science pplited out that "polar explora- corresponding fiscal period endinggreater majority than its fondest
Nuditorium. Dr. Alexander Wetmore, Assistant Secretary of the United tion involves many more unknown next June. friends had hoped.
3tates National Museum; "Birds of the Hawaiian Bird Reservation".factors, The figure, hawever, is $158,000,- The poll was 327 to 265, a major-
ecture will be illustrated with lantern slides and moving pictures. for experience is generally 000 greater than the budget sub- y 71 n the r ballot when
unable to more than suggest the yt f1o-ist t
Illustrated Lecture: Rev. Allison Ray Heaps will present "All course to be followed. Hence in ex- tion for the present fiscal year. the Socialists sought to amend the
quiet on the Eastern Front" will slides from the motion picture "Four poring alternate plans must be This called for an expenditure of government's motion of confidence;
Sons" in celebration of Armistice Day Tuesday, Nov. 12, at 4:15 p. . worked out, and these must be sub- $3,672,000,000 and to this was added the majority was increased to 79 by
in Natural Science Auditorium. tinearly $300,000,000 in deficiency ap- a vote of 332 to 253 when the con-
military commander after the plans !eenmyhaetennisloed:Neither the amont appropriat- fidence motion itself was put before
C.-E. 3 Inspection Trip: Bus leaves Engeermg Arch at 6:45 Wed- of the enemy have been disclosed. ed for this year nor that planned the chamber..
nesday morning. Cost of trip will be $2.90 per person, payable before As in warfare, risks must be as- for the next, however, includes ap- The two votes followed a speech
Wednesday to either R. C. Daly, F. A. Tinsler or D. G. Mickle. suned such as in engineering prac- propriations for the federal farm: by.AritideB dfoeignminis-
tice could never be excused for in board, which this year has been y Aistide Briand, foreign minis-
Physics Colloquium: H. C. Roys will speak on "The Imperfections exploration it is not whole com- given $150,000,000 by congress to ter and former premier, and a
of Crystals" and J. D. Hanawalt will speak on "The Effect of Hydrogen mliies,. but only the explorer's finance its activities. discussion of cabinet policy by the
on the X-Ray Absorption Edge of Palladium" in Room 1041 East Physics party that is placed in Jeopardy; __________-_I premier himself.
Building on Tuesday, November 12, at 4:15. All interested are cordial- and the members of that partysI M. Briand closed his defense of
have volunteered to assume the; possessing information, and being hisfoeinoidclosedihhidefeseout-
ly invited to attend., _.____u__ret___ueisk." stimulating. his foreign policies with the shout-
rsk. "A fifth essential is that the book ed peroration:
Mathematical Club: The November meeting will be held at 8 p. "There is another respect which j be appropriate in reading dif- i "The French Nationalists have
im., Tuesday in room 3201 Angell Hall. Professor Peter Field wiii pre- modern exploring has differed from t ulty. It must be kept in mind that attacked me. The French Hugen-
sent a paper on "Isolated Points". Everyone interested is cordially in- that of the earlier period. Then the among boys and girls who have bergs have wished to overthrow
vited to attend. eftort was to attain new and as yet learned to read well enough that me. Erzerger, Rathenau, arnd
undiscovered areas upon the 'they can read for pleasure there is Streseman were likewise suspected
Senior Mehanical Engineers: Mr. G. W. Kittridge, Training Super- eai.th's surface-to fill in the blank I a very wide range of ability to mas- in Germany because they sought
visor, White Motor Company, Cleveland, Ohio, will be in room 221 West spaces on the map. This has now ter the thought of the printed page. to improve Germany's relations
Engineering Building on Monday, November 11, from 9:00 a. in. to 2:00 been very largely accomplished, In a class of high school pupils, for with France."
p. m., for the purpose of interviewing prospective graduates. As many and so exploration turns toward example, the ability to read will be M. Tardieu promised that evacw-
seniors as possible should talk to Mr. Kittridge. He does not wish to !scientific studies which are in the found to vary from those who pos- ation of the Rhineland set for June
make any definite propositions at the present time, but wishes to make sea and in the air as well as up- sess only the rudiments of reading 30, 1930, would not occur unless the
the students acquainted with the organization. on the surface of the ground. skill to perhaps a few who read Young Plan for reparations was in
W. E. Lay. Professor Hobbs then called at- both with greater speed and with full operation.
tention to the contemplated Arctic better comprehension than the av- - ~"~"~-~
Portia will meet in Portia Room, Tuesday evening, at 7:30. Try. trip of the Graf Zeppelin under erage educated adult. In selecting=
outs for the Adelphi-Portia Debate will be held. Program will con- the direction of the distinguished scientific books, therefore, one must I i jStl io
sist of a discussion of modern poetry. Polar explorer, Dr. Nansen, make sure that the vocabulary and
House Organizers':: House Organization meeting Monday at 5:0 Prof. Francis A. Curtiss of the style of the books are within the
o'clock in the Board of Representatives Room. There will be some i School of Educati'on next addressed ability of the boy or girl to read
changes in House Presidents. the radio audience on "Reading with ready comprehension."
Scientific Literature for Recrea- Professor Curtiss concluded his
Junior Engineers: There will be a Speed Ball game Mondy, on tion." Professor Curtiss developed talk by quoting Bibliography of
h Fi ld his thesis first by pointing out eV- scintific bok di d ;fr i



F±ed No. 2, ±ou rerry e . esgne rmma-
Tou Beta Pi: Business meeting on Tuesday, November 12, at 7:15 ,eral advantages of wholesomeness, ture readers.
at the Union.
Pi Lambda Theta will meet Tuesday, November 12, at 7:30 at the Professor G. C. Cone will speak on Landscape design for the small
Cave, Women's League. home groundS.
The Garden Section of the Faculty Women's Club will meet Wed- Play Reading Section of the Faculty Women's Club will meet
nesday, November 13, at 3 p. in., in the lecture room of the General Tuesday afternoon, November 12, at 2:30 in the lobby of the Lydia
Library. Mendelssohn theater, Michigan League Building.


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