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



Physics Colloquium: H. C. Roys will speak on "The Imperfections
of' Crystal and J, D. Hanawalt willspeak on "The Effect of Hydrogen
on the .-:day Absorptilca- Edlge of Paiiadium it I oinm 3i4l Ea ct Phyic-s
Sieairdmg at 41h p. m
Alpha Nat of Kappa Phi Sigma meets tonighL at '7.:45. The pro-
gram will consist of a drill in parliamentary procedure. Visitors wel-


Senate Investigator Says Acts
of Tariff Board Member
Auo ah C ointemat

(By AScS0 ite Press> v cJanO as 2ealously a2 a nurse at
MINERAL Calif.,Nov. 11-Lassei the bedside of a pat i nt, canchIldes
peak, officially listed s a dying ol- that "the one requirement for uich
a swelling of the mountain is an
cano, may be just playing possum, increase of internal pressure."
afItr asbeen 4 years since it Also, that "If the pressure increases
I erupted, after nearly 20 years of nugh some form of eruption will


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VOL. XL. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1929. N0. 38
Notice to All Faculty Members and Officers: Arrangements have
been made with the purpose of having in the General Library both for
present purposes :and foar future historic value, a file University officials,
It is highly desirable from the Library's point of view that tiis file be of
portraits in uniform size. Portraits vzill be made without cost to any
aculty member or officer by Messrs. J. F. Rentschler and Son.. Mem-
bers of the Faculty are cordially invited to make appointments with
Rentschler and Son for the purpose. Any special questions arising with
respect to the matter may be asked either of the Secretary of the Univer-
sity, Mr. Shirley W. Smith, or of the Librarian, Mr. William W. Bishop.

Alpha Kappa Delta meets at 7:30 p. m., at the residence of Dr. Rob-
ert C. Angell, 2008 Day St. Those who wish to ride out should be at the'
'eno1.".,.n s ii , ig . oy i:. *rne t i,.a,,...scsslon will sc .. . commerc--a--"zed

Economtics Bidg. by '7:20. The dtiscuss;ion gilt btu con comrmercialized
amuseme in Detroit.
Tau Beta Pi: Business meeting at 7:15 p. m. at the Union.
ki Lambda Theta meets at 7:30 p. m., at the Cave, Women's League.
Lower Michiganensian Business Staff meets at 4:00 'v :.
Play Reading Section of the Faculty Women's Club meets at 2:30 p.
m.. in the lobby of the Lydia Mendelssohn theater, Michigan League
Buildg in.

University Bureau of Appointments ann Occupational Information:-
A limited number of foreign study fellowships and scholarships are of-j COMING EVENTS
.ered under the international student exchanges of t'he- Institute of In- Physics 46 and 38: Students in my Course 40 Sections making un-
ternational Education to American students who wish to study abroad. der 80 per cent in the last examination, and all Course 38 students at-t
The countries offering these scholarships are--Austria, Czechoslovakia, tending 46 Problems, will please report to the class-room for re-exami-j
. France, German, Hungary, Italy and Switzerland. Anyone interested in nation ab 7:00 p. m., Wednesday.I
knowing more about these scholarships should consult Mrs. Brooks, 2J1 . J. S. Donal, Jr.
Mason Hall. Sociology 141 (Criminology): The mid-semester examination will
T . Luther Purdon, Director take place Friday, Nov. 15, at the regular lecture hour. The examination
---- -will cover all assignments through the discussion of the police.
Faculty, School of Education: The November Faculty meeting will
be held in the Physics Lecture Room (first floor of the University High First Freshman Lecture in Hygiene for Men will be given in Water-1
School Building) on Monday, November 13. at 4:10 o'clock. man Gymnasium, Thursday and Friday, November 14 and 15, at 3-4 and
C. O. Davis, Secretary 5 p. m. This requirement includes all freshmen in the regular physical
- --- - -training classes, a thletic squads and others that have been excused from
Attention Seniors: Mr. Willard Sutherland of the Playground and these groups.
Recreation Association of America will be in the office of the Univer-
sity Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information, at 201 C. E. 3 Inspection Trip: Bus leaves Engineering Arch at 6:45 Wed-
Mason Fall, on Tuesday and WVednesday, November,12 and 13, for the nesday morning. Cost of trip will be $2.90 per person, payable before
purpose of interviewing seniors who might become interested in taking Wednesday to either R. C. Daly, F. A. Tinsler or D. Gr. Mickle.
further preparation for recreation work at the National Recreation
School - Faculty-Alumni Dances: The first dance will be held Wednesday.
Jean Greenshields', November 13, at 9 o'clock at the Michigan Union. Series tickets or sin-
gle admission may be purchased at the door.
Prospective Teachers: The annual meeting for enrollment with the , acu-----o--en's Club meet-s Thrsday, November 14, 2:30p ,s-
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information will °ly oom M c bpm.,
take place at tin o'clock Saturday morning, November 16, in the Audi- yihian League.
torium of University Hall. It is very important that all seniors and grad- C. E. '30: Because of conflict with tri of inspection for Civil En-
uate students of all schools and colleges on the Campus, who expect to - E. 3g:tentserewlcno metipgoftiseclass, r Cvil n -
enroll for teaching positions, should attend.- gneeri3g students, there wll be no meetng of this class, Wednesday,
Lucille Brooks, Assistant to the Director .November 13.
Romance Club meet meet Wednesday, Nov. 13, at 4:10 p. n;. in Room
EVENTS TODAY .__-------_---___--__--
Exhibition of original drawings and paintings by American ihus-
* trators, ground floor gallery, Architectural Building, daily, except Sun-.
day, throughout November.
Illustrated - Lecture: Rev. Allison Ray Heaps will present "All
quiet on the Eastern Front" wmill slides from the motion' picture "Four
Sons" in cerebration of Armistice Day; at 4:15 p. m.; in Natural Science For one week we are offr'
1000 BOXES
American. Chemicl Society: DrW. V H. Rodebush of the Univer-
sity of Illinois, will speak before the local section at 4:15 p. m:, in Room Q Q,
151 Chemistry Building on "The Significance of the New- Quantum Me-ALA
chanic in Chemistry". All interestedare invited to attend. at 48c the Box
Entering Sophomores anti Upperelass Women: The last hygiene,
lecture will be'given at 4:00 p. m., at Sarah Caswell Angell Hall.
R. 0. T. C. Uniforms: All R. O. T. C. students who ordered uniforms,
shouIld call at R. 0. T. C. office between 8:00 a. m. and 10:00 p. n. for fit--
ting. .. '
Mathematical Club: The Novem- T '_- ________------ .------- -- _____________
ber meeting will be held in room jI_ -
320 Angell Hall. Professor Peter
Field will present a paper on "Iso-,
lated Points."

p p. comparative quiescence, but rec- Tohi
ords of the Lassen Volcano observ- F thesrecordo. the swellngs, in
ACCUSED M~AKES REPLY atory of the United states geolog- Fi"nch's opinion, "is too short ton
icalsurvey indicate that it is far ta foreca of futu act
(By Associated Press) from being dead.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 11.-The Vor some time the pek has been petivvolcano. It should be r n
senate lobby committee today re- under continuous observation by i membered also that steam continu-
ported to the senate that the activ- i the observatory. During most of ally is escaping from many vents
ities of William Burgess, former i this period there has been an ac- in the craters at the summit of the
member of the tariff commission, cumulation of southwest tilt which peak.
in attempting to have an employe is interpreted as meaning a swell- "Th=e occasiona 'swarms' or
of the commission disciplined ing of the Lassen edifice, declares earthquakes recorded on the seis-
amounted "approximately to con- a government observer. mographs, the instruments which
tempt of the senate, if they do not R. H. Finch, associate volcanolo- j also measure tilt, indicate a rests
constitute such." gist of the geological survey, who { lessness of the mountain," he de-
"In making its second report to h ;aas watched at the crater of the dares.
the senate since investigation of so-!---_-_~.- _--
called lobbyists was begun, the
committee reviewed at length the MERRILL, LYNCH & CO.
testimony of Burgess, who was Members
characterized as "evasive and dis- New York Stock.Exchange
ingenuous in his answers," butwY k k x g
made no recommendation. Chicago Stock Exchange
This plan was followed in its Cleveland Stuck exchange
first report on the employment by Detroit StStockExchange
Senator Bingham, Republican, -Y Cu ange
Connecticut, of Charles L. Eyanson New York Curb Market
of the Connecticut Manufactures' Accounts Carried on Conservative Margin
association to aid him in tariff 2 1 F'rt Nat'l Bak Ph 29
" matters. Later the senate voted r n One
condemnation of the action of the"______
Connecticut senator.
408 R. L. Bldg. Prof. J. E. Ehrhard YOUR
will discuss La sensibilite de Girau-
doux. Prof. E. L. Adams will re- PORTRAIT
view vW. P. Shepard's edition of La
Passion Provencale.






Black Quill will meet in room 414-
Martha Cook Building, on Wednes-
day, Nov. 13, at 7:30 p. m. New
members are invited to be present
at that time.

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Botanical Journal Club. Meets in
room 1139 N. a., at 7:30 p. m. Pa-
pers on plant anatomy will be re-
viewed by Dr. Tupper, Miss Dorothy
Allen, Miss Dorothy VanZwaluwen-
ber deeting will.be held at 8 p. m.,
Porter Field will present a paper ;
berg, Miss Ethel Hansen, Mr's.
Drumnmond, Mr. Perry Austin, and
Mr. James Tuttle.:
A. E. M.: Regular meeting this
evening in room 308g, Michigan l'n-.
Athena meeting promptly at 7:30
Portia will meet in Portia Room,l
at 7:30. Tryouts for the Adelphi{
Portia debate will be held. Programj
will consist of a discussion of mod-
ern poetry.
Adelpthi House Representatives:
Regular meeting at 7:30 o'clock in
the Adelphi room, fourth floor of
Angell hall. The topic of debate
will be: "Resolved that the pres-
ent methods of hig-powered ad-
vertising are detrimantal to ,the
best interests-of the Uulted States."
Visitors are welcome at all meet-

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