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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1929

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DAILY 0OFFICIAL, BULLETIN
Puzblication in the Bulletin is cons-tructive notice to all mnembers
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi-
dent until_3:30 p. n. (11:30 a. in. Saturday) __
VOL. XL. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1929 No. 55.
NOTICES
Automobile Regulationi Notice: All student driving permits expire on
December 20, 1929. Applicationi for renewals will be received at the Office
of the Dean of Students from December 10 to December 20, and Student,
are urged to, observe this arrazngemen~zt as soon as they have procured 1930
Alicense tags for their cars. Ut w')l be ne~essary,. however, for students
to continue using their 1923 _pl'ztt?, until lifting of the regulation at 12:00
noon on Decemnber 20, for the Clinias vacation period.
J. A. Biirslcy, Dea,;n of Students.
Freshmuen: All fre, 1vieji. s~u' e)1,s who received the invit-ation to
call at the~ Registrar's O3ff iceonl Thlurr day. December 5, to confer with
their high school principal1s should return the appoinitment cards today.
Ira M. Smitb, Registrar.
Notice t+) Senicts irl auniugto do z)4,elled cl~acii: Stifd.ors expect-

-(Gargoayh'IEditoria ff:''1 il eancvigo he nJ1 "1 #nsign Randecker, fofnierly of the High at Fighting Squadron of ihe RI
"Nr, fp( I ,~l:a ikcl ,5 Ij us hi ; i~ u rn 'xl ' 1:011 iiil.u < vy. w ~i ive a tlk. on h e operations of aU i rrat J& .'ltIU )Lj;i.rtU , ii F 1 "f'
P'ortia Literary Society will meet Wednesday at 7:30 p. in., bec'ause n nmI
Uinivrsity Lectures: December 4, at U:00 p. in., Nalux%-d Science Au-; of the concert on Tuesday evening. Every upperclassman miust give a l111 i~
aiuiu.Prfssor Griffith G rifit T'ylor of the Uive, shy oa.f, Chicago: 'With, two mninute speech on the question: "Resolved that the em ergen c of LB U i.,ia~c.NU IVPI iir
'9cct i Anarcic."Lecurewil be llutraedwomen from the home is a regrettable feature of modern life" Prof.;IV
?Scot inAntacti." Lctur wil beillutratd.Jack will speak.I
December 6, at 8:00 1. in., Natural Science 'Auditor~i, Processor, Arrangenents were complete yes-
ICharles C. Cojroy, of r te Department of iGeogra;:)hv. Univrsity of Chi-? Junior Women: There will be a mneeting of all eligible Junior womien terday for the election of officers
cage: "Transplanting EuropeanAgriculture to California." Lecture will; on Wednesday, DNcembler 4, at 4:30, in the Lydia Mendelssohin Theatre,'by the freshmen class of the liter-
be illustrated., ary college to be held tomorrow in
Adeiphi House of Representatives will meet Wednesday evening, D-
AI-Caniptis Form: COn Wedne'~soV,. Dcember 4. Pi-of. S. A. Cuts cemiber 4, instead of Tuesday because of the Choral Union Concert Natural Science auditorium, accord-
of the School of Education will lead a ciscussion ol the subljet: "'F~act ; ug to Ernest C. Reif, president of
and Fancy in Reiion," in Room 1) of Alumni M mrial Hlall. Prof, F curlty Women's Club, Reception and Dance: Michigan League,'the Student Counil, Thie election
Courtis will indicate the changing character of religion and its subse-, Thursday evening, December 5, 8:30 p. il. will be the final class vote to be
quentz effecct (-n the individual. - -

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-- - --Art Club will meet Thursday evnhg instead or the uWiual tilie ()i i MidCtis 15yar.
(.erjnnvn Departinent Dinner: 'occlineday, De cnber 4, at 6:15 p. in, accont of the Choral Union Concert.i Voting for the officers of the firt
in the Michigan Union. -' iclass will start at 4 o'clock and con-
Hindustani Club: The executive committee will meet Stiday, De. tinue until :45 o'clock and will be
Plhysc'iolog3l 3 Make-up Mid-Semester will b^ given Wednesday; De--! u, at 3 p. m. at 'Lane Hall. conducted on the sane general
ceniber 4, 1929, at 5:00 o'clock, in room 1121 N,tural Science Building. -- -
- Varsity Track Candidates: All candidates who intend to report for plan as the previous literary Co-
Klicto;ic 189 (D~rarjna) : The lasis will meet this week on the regular! the Varsity track team report to Yost Field House this week for lockerI lege elections. Nomiinations will be
night, Wednesday, 7 :15, 3227 Angelill1. assignments. be made from the floor at 4 o'clock

ing to do irected taching :n thei5C 5.^semete Aeur O I to inIter7~v I
Dr. Schorlings on Thursday, D(ecgnber 5. ini room 3001, University High,
School acrwin-' to the'i<lAi 0scohed~ule:TiEnz'lish. rltoric and snueh

Anthroptilogy Z. . No section m:?eeting will be held this week-. The

)j%,1VV1 .,k~l; 11, LUit lAV~t--'- 41A: llllass winlrIlW l.. Ucf Lisnay V44t/ec ;casSer tli ore Y esc!or 91tirnsl inj roomom 31.
1:00 to 2.-00; social Studics, 2:1'0 to . 300: Mat' eiaties, 13:00 to 4:00; A. The examination w;ill be held ,Friday, Deejnber 6, in room1 1025.
French and fine arts, 4:00 to 5:0'0; scien11e and Latin, 5:00 to 6:00.. It is ,__i
o: the utmost iin poi ttance ft!)-t s~nors cone to this conference, for Senior Electrical Engineers: Mr. Chester Lang of the General eeC-
everything else beingl equal the upkorttuwitics for directed teaching will tric Company vl be in Room 271 today and Wednesday, to meet all se-
be assigned in order of app~lication. T~jcese comning late may need to do n iiors interested in work withl G. E. or similar comnpanics.
their directed teaclilag under coildHtons that represent considerable A. D. Jt ureU.
inconvenience. Any senior who has a definite appoiunment at the hour____
suggested should report for a conference at one, of thte other periods. Alrniern tdns r ebo h tretTo opn
Every c fork, will be ma1 de to meet khis needs. ! il exhibit Starrett Tools in the M. E. comnputing room (224) tWest En-1
C. C}. Davis, Secretary School of Education. ? ininR - Thiliim Wednesdav. Deepmber 4. hpp-nnin4 at 9:30 a. m.

- - and the balloting will follow im-
1 Prfesor lbyBelieves European Railway mnediately.
Posters Are of Great Value to Architects I Seilefrswletknb
Speaking on is share inthe c-- r council to prohibit electioneer-
----- _ i ingwithin the auditorium, bothl
exhbitd i th Coleg ofby freshmen or members of other
hibtio fadvertisinge posters in iArchitecture at the University ofclseRistedOnyrehe
the exhibition room ofclthesarcfhtate.Michigan.me
tectul building, Prof. Ernest Wail- ,vill be admitted to auditorium.
by, of the architectural faculty, said: A letter came back to Professor, Voting by proxy in any form will.
that he secured a number of pos-I Wilby inviting him to come to the !not be permitted, and students
tors of England and Holland while; general offices of the railroad about agti uhanatwlPedsi
onl a trip abroad in 1925. 1 the posters. There he was allowed! caughtinscanctwlbedc-
'Professor, WVilby said that when Ito choose any and all the posters plined by the council judiciary
h e law several advertising posters he desired, committee._
' in a foreign railroad station lhe
visualized their importance to a .., ---
school of architecture, as they de - ME RL 'LYNCH & CO.
picted cathedrals and other archi- Members
teetural subjects. With this in mind,~ xhag
'he wrote to the London North-j New York Stock Ecag
ceastern Railway asking whether Chicago Stock Exchange
theyr would like to have these pos-1t Cleveland Stock Exchange

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Faculty, Colleges of Enigineefring anj)d Architecture: There will be
a meeting of the Faculty of th1e e Collgocs on Thursday, December 5, at
4:15 p. i., in Room 348, West; Engineering Building. Thec purpose of this
meeting will be for the discussing of the R,3port of the Comnmittee on In-

Atl 4:15 p. in. Mr. Webb will give a talk on Starratt Tools in room
229 West Engineering' Building. This exhibit is given under the auspices
of the Student Branch of the A. S. M. E. Everyone is invited to see this
fide display.

struction and Teachirng Methlodis and of the tReport of the Committ-ee +Clieniistry Colloquium will be held Wednesday, December 4, at 4:00
on Coursa in Transportation, and for general business, in room 303 Chem.istriy Building. M4r. R. D. Fowler will talk on "Rare
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary. !Earths." There will also be election of officers.
Inliander Staff Tr1youts: 'iryouts for thne business staff of'the In- Aeronautical Society: Regular meeitng will be held in room 348,
lander may make their applications at the :Inzlander office in the, Press 'West Engineering Building, at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, December 4, 1929.
Building any afternoon elxcept Sti-,GrdaV betweena 4:00 and 5:00 o'clock -____--________- __-_- __ ___________
Inlander Staff Metings: . inha, er Staff meetings are being held I r'H IS u rrI
every Monday afternoon at 4:10 o'clock. All members of the staff who
are bleto be rwpgjl t.tthese nicinj-s au-n pemiieted to (o so.I B I l 1 !' l I R I 1 r liii1A11

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EVENTS TOD1AY
Metmorial Meeting for Dr. Victor C. Vaughn:
Mendelssohin Theatre.

IflUUb IflhI4L VIL !
In continuous of a series of "dou-I

4:00 p. nm. Lydia

Choral Union Concert: The Lener Budapest String Quartet at 8:15
p. in., Hill Audoritum.
Germau Department: The iiiorithbly mneeting will take place at 4:15
p. in., in R-om 201, Uie~t al
Students wihing to hav t cit Hygiene lecture notebookms call
for them at B~arbour (_vrlui iit -t-iy. 1-To notebooks may be lid
afterci this date.
Senior Mechan.i~i~l Eid Euineus: Mr. Lang of the General Electric Com-
pany of Schenectady, N. Y., will be in Room .221 West Engineering
Building today and Wednesday, December 3 and 4, for the purpose of
interviewing. graduating Mechanical En glincers who may be interested
in employments with the comipcany. "ail students for whom it is con-
venient should talk with Mr. Lang.
Junior Research Club mecets at 7:30 p. nm. in Room 2082, Natural
Science Building, for initiation of recently elected members. Dr. Mil-
lard Smith will sapeak on "The Mechanismi of Arithmetic," Dr. M. W.
Sensitiuis on "Soil Formation in High 'Tropical Altitudes."
- lpha Nix banquet at the Union at 6:30 p. in,. For tickets call
Bridges---7332 or O'Com'nell---21557. Mr. Henry Moser of the Speech De-
partmn.t will deliver the ad dress.
111i Sigma: Regular mneeting at 7:30 p. mn.. in 1139 N. S: Bldg. E. It.
Martell will talk on "The Forest Service and Some of Its'Probleins," and
't', P. Creaser will discuss "Soonle Problems Concerning Fresh Water
lPfPiflt System Conittee 1lii"r~v: Ini the parlor of Barbour gymi-
nasiuim at 5:15 this afternoon.
Comedy Club meets at 5:00 p). n.. i roorl 203, University Hall.
ClioraJ Union Ushers: TReporst at. hill Auditorium before 7:3(0 p. Ill.
for concert tonaigh t.
Mi~igairs'i usiness Staiff ),ncet au 4:00 p. il. at the Press
Building.
ltoolksbelf anid Stage Sctioxi of the Faculty Women's Club meets}
at the home of Mrs. H-. S. Bull in Anil Arbon Hills at 2:45 p. in. Mrs. E. F.
Barker is t~ssistant li ostess.
Mohawk Valley Club of Michigan: .Regular meeting at 8:p. inl. in
Room 302, Michigan Union.

ble contact meetings" being con-
' ucted by the University branch of
the .American Institute of Electrical
Engineers, a lecture of "Humall
Problerms in Corporate Indtstry"
,w,), givfl) la-st cv('mnig in Natuf rad
j cienc r Audit- ennui by C. E. Eve--
leth), vice-president o.f t iv-,0General
lElectzic company.
Mr. Eaveletiu, who has had over)
30 years experience in engineering,
ranging fromt railroad experimen-
tation andt research to the develop-I
menit of list-ning devices for sub-
marines dUring the World war, pre-
sented the formula that hie has
evolved as a definition of ideal con-
ditions in corporat~e industry. Ac-
cording to him, "If we get the op-
portunity proportionate to capactiy.
and returns proportionate to
achievements, we will have our
!'Ideal condition for corporate indus-
try. The enginieering fields lacks
good leaders and especially zmana-
;ers."
New York Listed
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Private Wire Connections
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ERIOv~ 0'USc'LY
It is getting rather late
for Senior Ensian sittings
and none too early for
Christmas pictures. Vaca-
tion starts in less than a
11o nth.
All Seniors who have not
1'w.de appointments should
d0 so at once.

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