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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

FRIDAY, DECEMBE 6, 1929

DAILY OFFICIAL BU.LLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructivenoceoalmmer
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi-
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:3D0 a. in. Saturday) ___
VOA L. FRDYi7MBCR 6, 1929 No. 58
NOTICES
All Seniors.: Sen iors who have iiot purchased pietare rt(:eipts to
appear in. the Michiganernsian do so at once. Because of an extension
in the Senior Section you havc this last chance. A few re.-onaining
receipts on sale today and tomorrow at. the Press building at $3.00.
Saxe' F. Atkins, Business Manager
Class .Presidents: Many commnittee lists have not been turned in at
the Michiganensian office in the Press building. Please do this at once.
.George I. Leort id, Managing Editor
University Lecture: Honorable Morton D. Hull. member of Congress
from the Second Di~trict ofd Illinois. will spook onl the subject "Neutrality
Under the Kellogg-Brind PFact" in the Ilydia Ml endlelssohni theatre, onl
Tuesday, December 10, at 4:15 p. in. The 1.ublic is iuvitrc'd.
M'iedical Faculty grid Stucrcill: On'Mooday, Deecembier 9, at a 4 p. nm.,
a portrait of Professor Novy will be pre sented to the Univer'sity. This
presentation will take place in the L dia .Mendel l,,ehn theatre. All
stated work in the Medical School will be suspended shortly before 4
p. in., so that students may attend those exerceises.
lugh Cabot, Dean
School of Education-Sciiiors ina Play sic a] Edlucatioii I sha ll be in
my off-ice, room 6, Waterman gymnasium, Fridlay afternoon, 1 toj 5, and
Saturday morning, 8 to 12, December 6 and 7, to advis e with :euov
relative to second semester -elections.
E. E. Wi-1ma'i
Romaance Languages: Trfe will be a mneeting of the faculty of the
Department of Romance Lanigutages on Friday, __Decemnber '6, at 4:00
p, in., room 408 R. L. IV.11. Tlhemei
Rtecommiendation in French -and Spaniish: February, June, and
August seniors in the Literary and Edrc atioan School; and graduate
students who will have completed the rqit eisthis year and wish
to be considered for a "Departmecntal Recoirmenclation to Teach French
or Spanish's from the Depar~rmcut of RoluarIee Lang~uages, should leave
their names this week in rooin 112 R. L, for Fr e ch and 212 R. L. for
Spanish, if they have not alre.Ady dhine so. This recomimendation .is
independent of the'individutal rec(,ni ~erlC Aic ion from teaclhers already
laided to the Appointment Bure ati,forid(: andid,,.fes ,ihourld have both,
Qiijy those who leave their ii-Intes can be corisidcleled.
All students looking forward to this recomm uendation, including
underclassmen, should consult with Dr. Thieine, 110 R. L.., with regard
to French, and .Dr. Wagnr, 12 R. L., in re~ ardc to Spanish, when electing
courses.
H.1. .'hicnwt
School of Music Students mu~tst file in thie Director's office by noon
Saturday, Dec. 7, 1929, their schedules of hours for the current semnester.
r ~Mary E. 111-A rs
Clhi mcaleg rize if) Soa~i1i ±rz. (c ntit.ting of the sum of htuty-!iVe
dollars, will be awarded to the besttit undergraduate thesis submitted in
io)ciology ti1 for the first semes,.ter 1929-30.
University Lectiirc: 8:00 p). in., Na to r~ i Science auditorium, Professor
(Charles C. Coloy, ox sir Departmnent of Geography, University of C4i-
c ago: "Transplanting European A gric, ul Lure to (California." I (c tor'e will
1w ill ustra ted.
I liibitina 1'A simall collect ion of lithographs antd etchiings b y Jcanr
Louis Forain is nlow oil display In the ground floor gallery, Architectuiral
building.

Pub~llic Lecture: Under the auspices "of Harris hall and the Hillel
Fondationi, Dr. Frank Gavin, outstanding scholar anid preacher, will;
deliver a public address at Naturcl Science auditoriumn at 4:15 p. il, on!
the topic "The Jewish Background of Early Christianity."
It. 0. T. C. Rifl~e Team: R. 0. T. C. men interested in trying out for
the rifle team will meet at R.. 0. T. C. Headquarters at 5:00 p. in.

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'IVERSITY ENGINEERING SHOPS
NOW EQUAL TO ANY IN COUNTRYILLDSIGVE
e% th;niern hp fsecond floor housed the woodwork- I~ L IDG 51

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the University were first started in ing and machine tool laboratories.
1881 progress has been made until A second unit was added in 1883 Charles Coffin Foundation prize °

R. 0. T. C. Uifiorms;

Those students requiring further uniform

alterations should rnxicet ethe tailor at the P.. 0 T. -Ca office fraom 10:00 n iow th ey are equal to those of any when a building was constructed to
a. in. to 3:00 p. mn. engineering colleges in the country. house the wood and pattern shops.
S Polonia Literary Circle will meet in Lane hall auditorium tonight ofns181vProfnJ. a d e sfteachoer- rmti tr h rsn n
at 7:30. o srveying25,0and pneofriteon-o gincerinig shop owes its existence.
thrs efnai25e000napopriationreforpToday the department of engineer-:
Signia Delta Phi: Fall initiation at 5:00 p. mn., in the Cave ofth the engineerin collegef drewdivsiup
Womens Leaue bulding All ember mustbe prsent.plans for a shop costing $15,000.gshp ossto or iiin
V ~ eaue uildng.All embrs mst e prsen. iConstruction was started in Decem-i giving instruction, and one shop for
bert and the building was finished instrument work in woodworking,
Pi Lambda Theta Initiation and Banquet, 5:00 o'clock at the Alum-! for the second semester's work. It metal working and treating, foun-
nae room, MichiganD League building. was a brick structure, q4 feet by 361 dry work, machine shop work, and
-- ~feet, and was probably the first instrument shop work.
Calvin College Alumini: The Phi Alpha Kappa fraternity will hold; fireproof building on the campus. The department is located in the
a party at 8:00 p. m. All alumni of Calvin College now on the campus A two-horse-power verticalj south wing of the East Engineering
are cordially invited to attend, steam engine was purchased,i building. The administrative offices
wrought-iron shafting furnished at j are on the second floor front, and
Presbyterian Students: There will be a party this evening at 7:30 at. less than cost, and an old lathe,{ a small dark room for photographic
Church Jlouise, 1432 ZWashtenawv Ave. previously scrapped, was resurrect-' work and research roomr in which
m-- -- cd from the baseinent of University apparatus is provided for the study
COM1IN'G EVENTSi Hall. A forge was made, anvil and of the cutting qualities of metals,
U1iversity I1,ectire: D~ecember 9, 4:15 p. mn., Natural Science audi-! tools purchased, and a . 24-inch arc close by.
toriumz, !Mr. Charles T. Seltnian, of Queens' College, Cambridge Univer- cupola installed. Electric power is used throughout,
ity, E ngland; "History in Greek Coins." The foundry was located in the I most machines being driven in
-- west end of the first floor, and the groups rather than individually.
Public Lecture: Maurice Samuel, author and well known Zionist_______
leader, who has recently returned from Palestine, will speak on "What
Happened in Palestine," Monday, December 9,, 4:05 p. mn., at Lane hal. attend.
The public 'is invited., No admission charge. -- --
-- io~- Alpha Lambda Delta will meet Tuesday, December 10, at 7:30 p. in.,
To Graduate Students in Education: There will be a lnho-;i the League building. The room number will be posted on the bulletin
wmeet ing for all graduate'students in Education at the Michigan Union! board In the main corridor of the League.
(tidies' Dining RZoomz), on Saturday, December 7, at 1:00 o'clock. E---°---
Kindly notify me at once if you plan, to attend. Craftsmen-meeting at Masonic Temple, Saturday, at 7:30 p. ni. All
Clifford Woody, Chairman of Committee on Graduate Study student Master Masons are welcome at every meeting.
Attention, Seniors in Education: The laboratory period for Section ~I Il1-IiII s"r v-t«
1, Cl (Educational Psychology), Second Semester, will meet on Monday,n
1 to 3, instead of on Thursday, 3 to 5, as published in the School of 9 w t.t''Met

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General Electric.
$500 AWARD OFFERED
Applications are now being rc-
ceived for the Charles A. Coffin

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Fellowships for 1930-31, it has Just,
been announced by the General.
Electric company. The Charles A.'
Coffin Foundation, which award q
the fellowships, was established'
'some years ago by the General
Electric company, and the prizes
aire given for work in the fields of
electricity, physics, and physical
cheinistry. Applications for the
afellowships must be filed withi thp.
committee by March 1, 1930. and~
should be addressed to the secre-
Ltary of the Charles A. Coflin Foun-
dation, Schenectady, New York.
The terms of- the Charles A. Cof-'
fin Foundation made provision for,
the award of $5,000 annually for'
fellowships to graduates of univer-.
sities, colleges, and technical~
schools.
,A lamp used by , cavemen 25,000
tyears ago is in the Field museum
in Chicago.

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Edcucation jBuletn.
Katharine P. Greene, Inistructor
T1he Class in "Chamber Music" meets every Wednesday evening from
-7:30 to 9:30,
1harms Pich
Tim la~c(;ss in "Advanced Harmony" meets from 3:00 tW 4:00, on Mon-
day, Wednes(ay, and Friday afternoons.
Milnis Pick
Children's Rhythm Classes 'will hereafter me et at the Women.,i
Athletic bhuildling. The hours will be as, usual: 10:00, 10:30, and 11:00
o'clock.
The Men's Educational Club will meet Monday nig ht,. .)ecenbr 9,
7:15 d'loc , in the Michigan 'Union, room 304.1
Dr. W. C. Olsonh will speak on;: "Planhs for the University Elemhenhtary,
Sclhool."
All menh who are interested .in education are cordially invited to #

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One to Nine P. M. Today Nine to Nine Tomorrow
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