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CINW SGEOGRAPHER G VSTALK rIERNflI OMETHOARDAPRVESLcIRESEIE
ON WSTER METODSOF FARMING" d L LIIVIIIW I LIAS START Ox' ALUMNI UNIVERSITY

--' -- Professor Charles C. Colby of the tition of the fruitgrowers of Cal- 1 M iC flDI n I contt (Continued from Page 1) by the Rl
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to al members Department of Geography, Univer- fornia th Unverity Coy rcevedby he ssitanItothelrscoPistreituteeCithreeut dsyears of uncier- hrelyarsofnnde- kow aa,
ofe Uiest.Cpyrcierythasitn o h rs- stydof Chicago, delivered ani ' gsrPicuresof tetCiyusiruitheisEngineering'I I5
fet until 3:30 p. M1. (11:30 a. in. Saturday) trate lecture last night at 8:00 o'- tricts, the raisin growing districts, gautesuyinteEeiern arship a
VOL. XL. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1929 No. 59 ' clock at the Natural Science and- dairy farms, and sheep farms were; "olde of !Norton Lecturteslhi y School, the fourth year of work: Universil.
Corium on "Transplanting Euro- among the interesting slides used ;1combined with the Law School, and estate.
_ _ -- pean Agriculture to California." ini the lecture. Will Speak "on History the last two years in the Law; Carleto
NOTICESt Professor Colby stressed mainly -- in Greek Cons.' School solely sitn
The Presentation of the Portrait of Dr. Frederick G. Novy will take the system of agriculture in tle STANFORD UNIVERSITY - A'____Apictoasrpatcpain i tn
place in the Lydia MendelSsohn theatre at 4:15 p. in., Monday, Decem- ;LshAgelsndstrctundrheianuo-ulidrucsbtasbeenorgnizd a yvand
aquin Valley, pointing out in his this California school resembling COMES FROM CAMBRIDGE ti e urclmms emd
ber9.Faclt, fiedsan oi toseinerete ar crdillinitdtero before April 20, according to the! from the
bep.Fcly redadaltoe neetdaecrilyivtd ictures the difficulties of irri ga- Ithegop now in operation at the siuain n h plcn uy1
Aeander C. Ruthven Lion,.Iniversity of Michigan. Construe- Charles T. Setman, of Camn-! stipuatin, eg gandee o gaplicantmust; 4 A fun
An explanation of marketing thle ti~n of the glider will begin imme- 'bridge university, well known au- ,in all, work in the Enginering the bind
ToGLthie Presidents o Sororities and Fraternities: You are requested products of the district were con- d ciately under the direction of the thority on archeology and ancient School. The six year course leads other of
to file a list of the members and p ledges of your fraternity for the siie1'ed in detail by the Professor, headof the Palo A'.' zschool ofhsoy ildevronofterg oaBceoroSinegee f the deve
first semester in the office of the Dean of Students, room 2, University after he had discussed the compe- aviation. -;histo_ lryUnivl eiyvecr es inftr aEnginer ofSwithLanacedreielo
thatl onorcefoeDcme.2 oI rne om ob upidb day, December 9, in. room 3017 A. H., al students interested in actuarial Science auditorium at 4:15 o'clock eTic etrn.gorwathoeast o ermv-Y
.A.BseyDanoSten .nl statistical work and who pan to take any of the examinations ofgetVcoM.Grwhstrmx-
Jh. cturia Soietyor he mercannnsotftSofActurietthspyar.Monday afternoon, discussing "The pies December 31 and who did not
i the Acuarial ocietyseekhre-election.tituAedinneruawas ttenyear.
Deri iiSrieEaiain o hmi aeWres xmAn account will also be given of the nature of the work and the hlistor'y in Greek Coins."sekr-lcinAdnerwst-
D etr it lvT Se vice Exa ina ion for Fam ly ase W ork rs: Exa - Idered him last night at the U nion
inations for positions of junior and senior family case workers will be opportunities in the actuarial and statistical profession. A holder of a master's, degree byteRgnsiRgn oehs
held in Detroit, December 21, at 9 a. mn., in the office of the Civil Janes V. Goe from Cambridge, and a former stu- served incen1914. ee is a rad-
Service Commission at 735 Randolph St. The residence rule is waived TeMnsEuain'Cu ilme odynihDcme ,dn tteBiihSho o rh aeo h a coli h ls
andl students in the Social Service Curriculum are advised to take ! nnsEuato&Cu ilmci odynghDcme entogyat thenitsh rScholtofArch-suaof 81 th a coli tecasI
adanaa fthsoporuit.Aplcaiosfo akn r teexmna 7:15 o'clock, in the Michigan Union room 304.aoogatAhnM.Strnisf18. '
advntae o ths opotunty.Appicaion fr tkin th exinma- Dr. W. C. Olson will speak on: "Plans for the University Elementary' at present lecturer in numismatics,i R. Percy Shorts, of Saginaw, who
tion miust be in by December 1. I shall be gad to see any students School,$' - will take the place vacated by Re-1k H
Interested about *he matter.Alnenworentrte edcinaicril i o ancient history, classical archae-j gent Gore, has attended all of the I (
A . Wood Almnwoaeitrse neuainaecrilyivtdt ology, and prehistoric archaeology1 meetings this year and automat- I~ad
_________ ated at Cambridge. He is now touring; icaly becomes a member of the Re- ij
Medical Faculty and Students: On Monday, December 9, at 4 p. m.,I ASME:TebnutwlbehlWdesaDcmr"1atheUidSaesstehoerfI gents at the expiration of Regent
a portrait of Professor Novy will be presented to the University. This a.S.Hall E.Ta ern anquet0 w.illbicetseld en sdtDeceber e1,;the CUnitedstalitsNasthonlereofGore's term.
presentation will take place in the Lydia Mendelssohn theatre. All i heWaEgne ITl a eribldng, p smeTcketsflarebl eing sarte tabeteCare litNrtnLctr- Sabotical leaves of absence for I Ticke
stated, work in the Medical School will be suspended shortly before 4 tonatenWsd nineigbilig.eon o.Al ebr~aeugdShip of the Archeological Institute ;the second semester of the current; Unio
li m. so that students may attend these exercises. toated of America.t year were granted to Prof. Roy H.iC nv
Hugh Cabot, Dean r, l oms fte oilg eat nv
____The First Alpha Omega Alpha. Lecture to be given by Dr. Lawrason I Seltan is te autor of "The +~leo h oilg eat
-- - ment, Prof. Walter F. Colby, of the'
Forstr 19--Cnsevaton f NtinalResurcs: hisclas i 'Brown which was to be held December 9, has of necessity to be post- Temple Coins of Olympia," and physics department, and Dr. Mr-'
open to Lterary College students and will meet at 11:00 a. m. on Mon- poned, and will be held at 8 p. m., Wednesday, December 11, In Ntural i "Athens Its History and Coinage,"greBlphscatoheHlh
days, Wednesdays, and Fridays, next semester in 2042 N. S.i ceeautoum and is a compiler of the Cambridge service.
Children's Rhythm Ca-ss will hereafter meet at the wome n sAncient History Volumes of Plates Dr. Carl E. Guthe, director of the
It .oclockioy.earm nt il av heo lecturer on anthropology in the 1<
----R-ky oyde'rmet il ae h p- College of Literature, Science. andj
EVENTS TDAY ; Sap and Bade meets at 2:30 Sunday, December S, in the Union, i porttinity of hearing Mr. Setmnan the Arts.
at 1.1 o'clock Monday morning In Transmittance by a Los An gls
Exhibition: A small collection of lthogr'aphs and etchings by Jean All Philippinio Students are cordially invited to attend the Philip- loom 2009, Angel hall, when he bank o1' a fund of aproximnately
Lis Pran Is now on display in the ground floor gallery, Architectural 713n-apanese students gathering at Lane hall, Sunday, December 8, atI wil speak on the "Contributions of $9,800 for a scholarship for he
builing 7:3 p.in.i Numismatics to Classical Study." Adelia Cheever house was received
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To Graduate Students in Education: There will be a luncheon- Scalp and Blade meets at 2:30,!
...nai.i,.Nnallmwn.in 4 n~..i .ef iv Tr.vTHEi 49th EDITION-THET 1REIST ONEv nnnh YETI OFTTi 1

tegents. The fund is to be
, the Alice B. Martin schol.
nd was turned over to the
y by the trustees of he
)n B. Pierce, was made an
professor of Roentgenol&-
comes to the University
University of Nebraska. oni
930.
1 of $1,000 was set aside for
ing of rare books, and an-
$2,000 was appropriated for'.
Iopmnent of a library in the
classical archeology.
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.Friday, l
'ecembe r 13th
ogan Hancock
his Recording
Orchestra i
:ts on sale now at the
n, 2 to 5 p. mn. and
ersity Hall. $5.00.a
(yet yours early.
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mueetig Jor all jgraauUabV tmetin lii rin a tZIIL th ue IVicni1Ia!un1ion
(Ladles' Dining Room) at 1:00 o'clock..
'Kindly notify me at once If you lplan to attend.
Clifford Woody, Chairman of Comrmittee on Graduate Study
School of FUucaion-Seniors in Physical Education: T shall be in
my office, room 6, Waterman ynsun this morning, 8 to 12, to
advise with seniors relative to second semester elections.
E. E. Wieinan
Electricoal Etngfreering 1-~Iepection Trip: The class will meet
at the University Steam Power Plant, Washington street, at 1:15 p. m.!
Argo 1rlydro-Electric of the Ectroit Edison Co., at 3 p. m.
Craftsmpen--meeting at Masonic Temple, at 7:30 p. in. All student
Master Masons -are welcome at every ieeting.I

t zLinnady, I'.ueiIJcL 0, JIa Lto.Meuio~.)I.
All Philippino Student.. are con~-
dially invited to attend tHe hilipy-"
Spixi- Japanese shiudentc; gathering
3at. Lane full, Stunday; o,-erIer 3;
at 7:30 p. in.
#Studcnts of Reformed Churches:
Professor Ralph Stof of Calvin Col-
lege will address the students of
the Reformed Churches at the "up-j
per room" in inane hall, Sunday,
D~ecember 8, 1929, at 10:30 a. mn. and
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COlMING EENT1 1S
University Lectures: December 9J, 4:15 p. in., Natural Science audi- Stutst it~of Uefoi'irred Churches:!
torluin, Mr. Charles T. Seltmnan: 'History in Greek Coins." Professor Ralph Stof' of Calvin~
December 10, 4:15 p. m:., Lydia Mendel ssohn theatre, Hon. Morton College will address the students.
D. M-ull, member of Congress from the Second District of Illinois,; o1 the Reformned Churches at the
"Neutrality Under, the Kellogg-Briand Pact." "upper room" in Lane hall, Sunday,
Dec. 8, 1929, 10:30 a. mn. and 4:00 p.
Public Lecture:. Maurice Samuel, author and well known Zionist ; m.I
leader, who has recently returned from Palestine, will speak on "What --___ ---__
Happene4 in Palestine," Monday, December 9, 4:05 p. mn., at Lane hall.I
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International Forum: Mr, Edward J. Riches will lead a discuwssion
on "The Leagtie of Nations as an Agenicy for International Industrial
Cooperation" at a Forum to be held Sunday, December 8, at 4:00 p. mn.,
in Lane hall. Mr. Fiches comes from New Zealand and is connected
with the ,Labor Office of the League at Geneva. All are cordially invited.
Devotional Service sponsored by the Student Christian association
will be: held at the Lydia Mendelssohn theatre, Sunday afternoon,
December 8, at 4 o'clock. Dr. Alvin E. Magary of the Woodward Avenue
Presbyterian Church. Detroit, will be the speaker.
Actuarial and Statistica' Work: I would like to meet at 4:10 Mon-
IREV. Frank Gavi~n, D. Do
a Professor Ecclesiastical History, General-
- Theologic~1 Seminary, New York
SST. ANDREW'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
This Sunday at 11 o'clock-
"Has Christianity "Outgrown the Bible"
Harris Hall after regular Student Supper at 6:30
VIA NEW AMBASSADOR BRIDGE
THR.U CANADA (The Big Short Cut)
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Typically British"

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"A deftness and subtley that is a nov-
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Michigan Daily.
Niote-This is the first showing of
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