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THE MCIA AI

PR MAY, r)M PE 13, 1929

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SPROMINENT MICH'IGAN MEN TAKE AVIATION
DAL.F.I.I. O [I ~ SX INSTRUCTIONATNTO ALGVRM TARP T
H ILY 0H IC AL BAmong the 100 or more college! Bill McDonald, qarter-miler on for flight training. Those men sue-
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members men taking the aviation instruc-]syerscapohiswm ngcsul; opetg te egt
of he nivrsiy. opyrecive bytheAssstat t th Prsi- Ition course at the government navl team; Howard Boys, member of the months' work are commissioned en-
dent until 3:30 p. gyn. (11:30 a. m. Saturday) _ air :station at Pensacola, Fla., are staff of the "Michigan Technic"; 'signs in the Naval Reserve or lieu-
Vol). Xt.. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1929 No. 64 1 sx former mlchigan students or Ben -9. Sothwvorth, one of the Var- tenants (junior grade) in the Ma-
~ These men, all of whom sity wrestlers last season, and Bill, rine corps. Southworth is the only
NOTICES icsrvvedl-anowne- cmn theimi- flail1, '29;, former Yale Vasity: one o the Michigan group listedl
tie, srvied on-moth elii-diver, who, completed his college as a Marine student, the other five
A Meeting of the Senate Council has been called by the President; nary trining course at the Great course in the University. men working for their wings in the
for Monday, January 20, 1930, at 4:00 p. mn., in room D, Alumni Memor-! Lakes Training station before being Bohavlrsresuet n Naval Reserve.
i~lhl.selected for tanigregulnaol. Bt avalre rstudents cieteatdnsfrm6noleedr n
Fa. hallbns.Scetr e x tovrinisnwatePevncola.rn tdet eeveteiStdnsfom6 olge r n
F. E flbbin, Scretryghe i sruWolvrnn ow te reciviagarse training at the southern sta- rolled at Pensacola, with Michi-
fligh isrutioy n. aa hen,LidAon. The course corresponds to gan's representation larger thanf
Faculty, School of Education: The December meeting will be held -aptain of the 1926 cross-country'. hat given to Annapolis . raduates the avers ge.
Monday, December 16, at 4:10 o'clo' k, in the Physics Lecture room, firten and Varsity two-miler; L. ---------- - - - --
floor, University High School htilcldmg. *,P,7.u.. Bu kin m V~io i W
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Seniors: Thercu will be a mc'cfng Saturday morning at 10 o'clock BRO W~1 ELECTED
in the Natural Science auditoriura for Sf~V intere~siwd in getting pos-A
tions besides teachiin g".hin addition wt:)mating clear the information IJEIALHA
necessary for the Butreau to havc, Dean Etflhlxer andl Dr. Bnadshlaw,! _
Chairman of the~ Coniri: tne 0on Vo-ationril Counsel and Placement, -
will spfeak1. D. G. G. Brown of the chemical
T. Lthler P 1tion eng ineering l' epartment, was elect-
-- ed chairman of the local section of
Freshman Aatnr l dancitig c asses will mccl.,e at Mirbouv GCymnatsiuri the American Chemical society at
in street clothes, the regular meeting of the society
Thursday. Dr. L. C. Anderson, of

elected secretary and treasurer,
Deans Paul It. McNut~t, Indiana University School of Law, will speak and Dr. H. H. Willard was named
tinder the auspices of the Ann Arbor Army and Navy Club, 8:15 p.,in., in; councellor.
Nautural Science building. Dr. H. J. Carney, Dr. R. K. McAl-
__--.._pine, of the chemistry department,
es and Dr. W. L. McCabe of the
Itheto ric 1; IRletorie 32: Profec sor Abbot will meet hisces in chemical engineering departmcli~t
Freshiman Rhletoric and R~hetoric 32, in the rogular classrooms. were elected to the executive coam-
___ __ mit tee.
.. ~~ t feha ecuei ygiene for men will be given 1 i
Waterman mnsiu, tgyn4masi5p.um.,hiatqur3,nti4,udsandsayPriep. ffeedallfrshmn nrequidremenhsialtranincludes's, theti sisayP
and others that: have bepen ex us e d tfro)'~tast{ai. !: teei .by German Department:
C. A. 1May.
Announcemuent was made y's.-
husiness .c Adui kt}rati r 16: lbotii eeanhiiuatiori wilt be given tod)(ay terday by Prof. J. W. Eaton, of the
at 4:00 p. mn., in room 101, Economics buillding.! German department, that this
year's Bronson-Thoma~s Prize i
At. E. 2: Professor Frank A. Mvickle will not meet this class today.; German will -cosist of an essay on
---------- --the life and works of Theodore,
Freshman Women : Any student who did not take the posture test! Storm. The value of this prize is
is to report for make up at 4 p. in., at Barbour gymnasium.; about $50.00, and -is offered by
Thomas Bronson of Barclay, Cali-
C. D. LaRue';s Discussion tGrouip meets this evenin g at 8:00 in N. 8'fornirt
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Children's Saturday Morning RhyitinClaSse will 1-Ieet at thi" bor Stamnp club will hold iUs re.ga-
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Phi Kappa Phi initiation dinner at the Michigan Union at 0:30 p. m.
Varsity Rand: Special rehearsal this afternoon from 5 to G at Mor-
irio' hall.
C~iv IN G EV ENTLS
International Forum: Mr. John Khalef of, Palestine will lead an
open discussion on "Problems in Palestine," at a Forum to be held at
Lane hail, Sunday, December 15, 4:00 p. m. This discussion will deal
with the rights of nationality. All are cordially invited.
Thie regular meeting of the Anti Arbor Branch of the Amnerican As-I
sociation of University Women will be held in the Lydia Mendelssohn
theatre at 3:00 p. mn., Saturday, December 14. Professor Robert Hall of!
the Geography. Department wil~l talky on "Modern Japan," illustrating!
with slides made during his research studies on the island.
Beta Kappa, Rho: meeting at 8:15 p. in., Saturday, Decenmber- 14,
in Club Room 2, Women's League building.
Craftsmen Club will meet at the Masonic Temple, Saturday evening,
at 7:30.
Catholic Students : There will be a dance at the Women's League
building on Saturday afternoon,, ,December 14, from 2:30 to 5:00 o'clock.

urday evening, December 14 at 8t:00
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