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ICJ DAV. flEi 4. 1929

lV 'i, 4 J 1" i!

3 ~ 2. Consult an adviser representing the School of Education, Junior Women: Thewe will be a meeting of all eligible Junior women
preferably during his regular office hours. Plan with him ,at 4:30 o'clock, in the Lydia Mendelssohn theatre.
your elections, and. secure his signature of approval on your -
election card. Those intending to sell at the Bazaar are requested to be present
3. Return election card and class cards, completely filled out, at a meeting at 5 o'clock in the Women's Field House.
to room 4, U. H. Before handing them in, look at the
bulletin board in that room, to make sure that all sections Catholic Men Students: There will be a smoker at the 'Michig-an
you are electing are still open. Union, at 8 o'clock.
13. Seniors electing practice teaching will do wvell to plan this part of
their schedule first with Professor Schorling, at hours to be announced Varsity Rand: liular rehearsal tonight at 2Mon-is hillat, 7:13.
by hin. The times at which practice teaching may be done are strictly,
limited, and the remainder of the student's course must be fitted around
these available hours. COOMING EtVFN'CS
C. 0. Davis, Secretary of the School of Education University Lecture:
________December 6, at08:00 p. in., Natural Science Auditorium. Professor
Charles C. Coloy, oz ttue Department of Geography~ Univer itv of Chi-
Attention, Seniors in Uduea.tion: The laboratory period for Section'cage: '"Transplanting' European Agriculture to (Calfornia." 1_ ( t tr~w will
1, CI (Educational Ps~ychology), Second Semester, will meet on Monday 'be illust rated.
{ to 3 instead of n Thursday 3 to 5, as published in the Schol of
: , iueinn Ri ilt inr

Two Coastgard Boats Save 20
From Pounding Sea; Vessel
Is Severely Battered.
KINGSTON, Ont., Dec. 3--Snatch-
e d from the teeth of an angry gale
that was pounding their grounded
;Shin to nieces. thp9f 10mpmrrq of

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 for future historical value, a file of the por-
traits of members of. the Faculty and University officials. It is highly
desirable ,from the Library's point of view that this file be of portraits
in uniform size. Portraits will be made without cost to any Faculty
member or officer by Messrs. J. F. Rentschler and Son. Members of
the Faculty are cordially invited to make appointments with Rentschler

and Son fr the purpose. Any special questions arising with respect "~"""Itj It I)tvotional Service sponsored by the Student Christian association jh ce
to the matter may be asked either of the Secretary of the University, Mr. .KtaieWGenTitutr 'Will be held at the Lyda Mendelssohn theatre, Sunday aft ernoon, Itece
Shirley W. Smith, or of the Librarian, Mr. William W. Bishop. 'December 8, at 4 o'clock. Dr. Alvin E Magary of the Woodward Aventue niadoc
1 Prsbyeril).Churh, etritwillbe he peaer.steamer
- --university Mt-en and Women: An intermediate class in social ane- Pebtra hrh eriwl etesekr
Aombl glainNtc:Alsuetdiigprisep r ninn, will be conducted by the Physical Education Class at the Women's A wir
December 20, 1929. Application for ronewals will be received at the Office'hei Athletic Building on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, from 7:30 to 8:30. Public Lecture: Under the auspices of Harris hall and the Hillelj which t
of the Dean of Students from Decembr 10 to December 20, and students Class begins December 5. Six 'lessons for $3.00. Students sign up in Foundation, Dr. Frank Gavin, outstanding scholar and preacher, will Saiiad
are urged to observe this arrantgemen~t as goon as they have procured 1930 Women's Athletic Building or Office 15, lBarbo'r Gymnasium, deliver a public address at Natural Science auditorium on Friday, D- Rescw~i
license tags for their cars. It will be necessary, however, for studentsebr..t41 p no h oi "h eihBc~yon fErycpe
to continue using their 1923l plates until lifting of the regulation at 12:00 clvisr'Sant"4:Allp.areinihte."heJwsh brlvudo a lindingpe
noon on December 20, for the Christmas vacation period. EVNTS TODAY Chistiaity." lrnie.1bidn
J. A. liursey, Dean of Students, Organ Recital by Pal-nr Christian at 4:15 p. mn., dill Auditorium. GrT ,Sho I dcto:Allctt ebr o-Oweoc
Faculty, t ollcges of. lnineeri n an Architecture: There will be University Lcture: 8:00 p. n., Natural Science Auditorium. Pro- crned with Group F, School Health, Physical Education and Athletics, lott, M
k meeting of the Facuty of these Colleges on Thursday, December 5 at fessor Griffith Taylor of the University of Chicago: "With Scott in 'School of Education, are requested to attend a meetin ), at the Michian
4:15 p. mn., in Room 348, West E'ngineering Building. The purpose of thisi Antarctic." Lecture will be illustrated. LegeJhrdy eebr5 t1:5p n ucen
meeting ,ill h fri~ he k' ri-p,.caiiaof(l enf I o'f Ithe n v ii 4 e nn In- t_-_ohn________

vof the grain carrier Sar-
were safely aboard the
Valley Camp today en
Prescott, Ont.
eless from the Valley Camp
.old of the rescue said the
oc was being badly smashed.
e of her crew was handi-
by the ringing sea and a
:oastguard boats, one from
and another from Char-
onday wvent to assist.
.i Letter Bears


struction and Teaching Methods and of the Report of the Committee Exhibition: A small collection of lithographs and etchings by Jean
on Course i Transportation, and for general business.I Louis Forain is now on dilsplay in the ground floor gallery, Architectural
Louis A. 1ltopkins, Seci'' ary. Building.

Student's RIecital: S ankty letche ,. a swl iethe following
program, Thursday evening, December 5, at 3:15 o'clock in the School'
of Music Auditorium. The general ptiblic is invited.
Schumann : Childhood i-ctures; Ibert: The Litle White Donkey;
Pouishnoff: Petite Valse; Scott: At the Donnybrook Fair; Beecher:
tU'i'. nnnn n .4g. * h rc.y,. r Ct..,ii lprn'a fn . nrl r-I.fl , AT,hiccx.., . * i ' ) P T.

All-Campus l'ortim: This afternoon in room D of Alumni Memorial
'hall. Prof. S. A. Courti~s will discuss: "Fact and Fancy in Religion."
Germn Departnent Dinner: 6:15 p. in., in the Unjon.
Pschlov 1 Make-er.nMid-Smesjterit "51' (An'r.5ni? in '. n t . '

English 293 (Bibliography): Professor R. G. Adams will meet this
class Thursday, December 5, at 1:00, ins the Williad Clemnents Library.
Sociology 121 and 141: Make-up examinations in Sociology 121 and
1,41 Friday at 3 p. m.., in room 203 Economics building.
The Department of Political Scince, Journal Club will mreet at:3:0
1). in., Thursday, December 5, in room 2035 Angell Hall.

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Smt,"neuo ie"Natural Science bulding. Coloquin in Ajplid Mechanics will meet on 'Thursday at ti p.im.,
Charles A. Sink in -11 room 445, West. Eng. bldg., for Periodical Review. Prof. It. lz. Lloyd, l
Rthetoric 19 (Drama) mets at 7:15 p. in., 3227 Angeill hal. of the Mehanical Engineering Department will review a paper oln
Notice to Senior-, P aniin~g to do hl rcl ted~'aching: Seniors expect - °--oier Head Stresses. Mr. W.- 0. reyberg o the Department of Enkvl-,
Ing to do directed teaching in lhne :scant? semstr are urged to interview Junior Engineers: All Junior Engineers vio wish to play Voley ;nering Research will review a paper on "FullScale and Beggs" D-
Dr. Schorlings on Thursday, December 5 in room 3001, University High 'Ball are requested to get in touch with Louis ZanoilY at 6510, after 8 p. m.; formeter Investigations of a Reinforced Concrete Arch Bridge. All
School according to the following schedule: English, rhetoric and speech,' interested are invited.
1:00 to 2:00; social studies, 2:00 to 300; Mathematics, 3:00 to 4:00;I Senior Electrical Engineers: Mr. ChesterLang of the General Elec-1
French and fine arts, 4:00 to 5:00; science and Latin, 5:00 to 6:00.. It is tric Company will be in room 271 to meet all seniors interested in work! Children's Rhythm Classes will hereafter meet at the Women's!t
of the utmost importance that seniors comnb to this conference, forc with G. E. or similar companies. Athletic building. The hours will be as usual: 10, 10:30, and 11 o'clock.
everything elsebeing equal the opportunities for directed teaching will A. D. IMoore.
be assigned in order of application. Tios-e coming late may need to do- Geological Journal Club: There will be a meeting in room 4954 N. S.,t
their directed teaching under conditions thet represent considerable All Efginiering Students: Mr. Web of the Starrett Tool Company at 7 o'clock, 'Thursday evening, December 5. Programn: Seminar in'
Anconvenience. Any senior who has Wt definite appointment at the hour will exhibit Starrett Tools in the M. E. comnputing room (224) West En-I Economic Geology. Mr. Dickey and Mr. Staples will review papers on
suggested should report, for a conference at one of the other periods. gineering building, beginning at 9:30 a. m. metals, Mr. Sohlberg and Mr, Way on petroleum. P'lese note that the
Every effort wiil be mlade; to meet, his nees.At 4:15 p. in. Mr. Webb will give a talk on Starrtt 'fools In room 7 hour st for the meeting does nt conflict with the lectrt:pol rptedC
C. 0. Mavis, Seretary Sehnoo of' Education. 2299 West. Engineering Building, This ehibit is given under the aspies 1)y the Oratorical association.
of the Student Branch of the A. S. M. E. iveryone is invited to 5see this' E. N. Goddard, Secretary r
Chi Omega P'rize in Socio'oy. conassing of the sum of twenty-fivefiedsly -

Famous Signatures
cha in letter designed to spread the
slo ;an "Cross Crossings Carefully,"
which had been across the Atlantic
twice and bore the names of num-
oirous persons of world-wide prom-
inence, rested in the wastebasket
at the state capital here today.
The letter came to Mvilton; H.
Welling, Utah, secretary of' state,
frtom Fred E. Lukens, Idaho, secre-
tary of state,, and carried signatures
of Charles G. Dawes, Bernard Shaw,
Henry Ford, Col. Charles A. Lind-
bergh, Dorothy Dix, Lady Hay, Aris-
tide Briand and Premier Ramsay
Replying to Mr. Lvikens, Welling
indorsed the slogan but denounced
the chain letter system.






Chemistry Colloquium meets at 4:00 o'clock in room' 303 Chemistry~
building. Mr. R. D. Fowler will tally on "Rare Earths." There w ill
also be election of offIcers.

Botanical Seminar meets at 4:30, room 1139 N. S. blur.
by F. Cr. Gustafson-"Anaerobic Respiration of Tomato Plant,.;,


Second Semester Classification, College of L., S., and the AI.; and
School of Music: A. Classification will begin Thursday morning, Dec.
5. Until further notice this work will be limited to Seniors and special
students. The procedure to be followed is as follows:
1. Call at the Registrar's office, room 4, U. H., for
a. An election card.
b. A list of advisers.
c. A supplementary announcement.

Orcic'sis and Character and Variety dancing will meet tonight at,
7:15 and 8:30, respectively, at the Women's Athletic building. Please
note change of meeting place.t
Portia Literary Society meets at, 7:30 p. mn. Every upperclassman;
must give a two minute speech on the question: "Resolved that the
emergence of women from the home is a regrettable feature of mode rnj
life." Prof. Jack will speak. '

' '

A G 4ood IDetroit
l11* It tidow nLocum l Iose to akll
eat' D.etr'oit'~sa(itlivities wivt It .A
cltjl,-like atmnosph e Be Alc
of al.-tlie rates sire' low.
- *1 r0 to*3*{}0 I) L
(Colhlrubia at John It
"Totr fHome Away Frorn lome"


. Hogan Hancock
and his Recording
Tickets onl sale now at the
.Union, 2 to a5 p. m. and
I.University Hall. $5.00.
Get yours early.


2. Consult an adviser of your choice, preferably during his I White Attends Annual
office hours. Plan with himn your elections, and secure his of A
his signature of approval on your election card. Meeting ofA S. M. E.'
3. Return election card and class cards, completely filled out, to' orom4_._.Bfre;adigte_--loka h
bulletin board in that room, to make sure that all sections youi Prof. A. E. Whit, of the cigi-
are electing are M.ill open. neering research department, will
B. Seniors electing practice teaching will do well to plan this p'art1 return to Ann. Arbor the latter part
of their schedule first with Professor Schorling, at hours to be announc-! of the week from New York where i
ed by him. The times at which practice teaching may be done is-' he is attending the annual meet-I
strictly limited, and the remainder of the student's course must beI
fitted around these available hours. ing of the A. S. M. E.



Second. Semester Classification, SC11 to of Education: A. Classifi-
cation will begin Thursday morn inp),, liec!'iber 5. Until further notice
this work will be, limited to Seni.ors u,,d special students. The pro-
cedure to be followed is as follovw s:
1. Call at the Recorder~s COfho-, troomi 105 Tappan Hall, for
a. An election card.
b. Cla.ss cardls.

Professor White is a member of
the research council of the society.
Granger 1
:0t 1:0

The British Cinema Success
Saturday, December7
"A deftness and subtley that is a nov-
elty on the American screen. "-,The
Michigan Daily.






Note-This is the first showing of
this film outside New York City.
Evenings at 8:30



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