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English 181:

Mr. C'aiady's class will niot meet thin morning.

Chorn.al Un ion iAIeusbers:
be heldi at 7:00 p. m.

A [:eleral Choral iUnionrel ica vs- Iwilt

DEAD SPENDTHRIFT MILLIONAIRE ' Sitdd E i 5Tidit rjnag'
FORGOTTEN BY FORMER FRIENDS Faculty'is Denunciationl
---*- --- --- -- .-- -~-El low i) the addrest s of rol.
CHICAGO, Dec. 16.-Captain Ed- ll5oliesoeoftej *d A.iL XhtR
ward I-. Morrison, the "million less jportalt Mien of town. Even at the ,Associatii~n of higS;l choonl Pri
mnillinaire." whose spendthrift; ! o 7. anM orrion XufldiAcipals here last Saturday. ,much

Publication In the Bulletin Ls constructive notice to allU members
of the University. Copy received by the Assstant to the Presi-
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday) ________
VOL. XL. TUESDAY, D fCEMBER 17, 1929 No. 67
NOTICES
To Whom It May Concern: It ha8, recently been brought to the
attention of the office of the Dean of Students that statements are
being circulated on the campus to the effect that certain students arse
being used as spies to supply information to that office concerning the
conduct of other students. 'This is extremely unjust and unfair to
those against whom these accusations have been made, as such state-
menti are absolutely false: This office does uot now and never has
employed spies of a-ny kind, students or others.
These rumors are probably the result of an editorial run in the
Michigan Daily several weeks ago. The writer of thisn editorial has
admitted that his editorial was based upon hearsay only, and that he
made no effort to learn the actual facts or to verify the truth of his
statements before publishing them.
I sincerely hope that this statement will serve to put an end
to these rumors which havye been a source of annoyance and disquiet'

Physicsi Colloquium:
conditions in the hollow
lbuttiln, at 4:15.

Prof. 1R. A. Sawyer x.1ll spe,,itonl "Fxcitatio~n
Cathode Discharge{" in room 1041, lFatt Phw iu's

days mad0e him o 4e of the best, r~i i drinks with the young andcontniroversyha been rtec
lifathcinaticai Club: The December mernQ will be held at :00 known among Chicago "Goodfel- mared s ar aong the faculty of the School
i . mn., in room 3201, Angell hall. Professor ti. L. Ayres will present lows," has not, in dleth, a single old. He was rewreasacno- ofEuti.
a paper on "Theory of Dimension." wreath or flower on hi; solid bronze ser of the Tom and Jerry, and bar-ofEuain
eof fin, tenders vied to prepare the kin~d Some of the faculty members
Only a handful of persons called that best satisfied an epicurean believe that Professor Snedden's
Athena business meeting; at 7:30.Scey ilgyn as esterday at the undertaking par- palate. violent denunciation of the present
0xtemporaneousiSpeakngn mnsse ato8:h0.tors to view the body of the 93- ; n effort was made in 1916 to system is etrl nxarne.For
iyear-old man after whom a great( hav e him declared incompetent, this reason, Dr. Raleigh Schorling
loop hotel was named. He had out- The court instead ruled Capt. Mor- of the Education S-hool is prepar-
AlhaNit regular meeting will be pa ;tponedt tonight on account o lived all his old cronies; and good rison a spendthrift, to safeguar dI n a reply to Professor Snedden's
th GodWil anue.spenders are quickly forgotten' his fortune. At the time of his' arguments which he will release
theGdWil'_baquet.when spending days are ended. death Saturday, his annual in-)o ededymonn'
Capt. Morrison sailed the seas come was estimated at $140,000 a -
Adephi house of Representatives meets tonight. The open session !for 30 years before he retired to the ;year.
will be given over to the finals of the All-Campus .Extemporaneous! comfortable task of getting the From the time he was seven years
Contest. Short business meeting will follnw. , most out of an $8,000300 fortune. old, Capt. Morrison had lived at
He was called the "Millionless Mil- 759 W. Harrison street-not an im-
Bionaire," because of difficulty ex-1 posing address as residential comn-
Portia Literary Socity meets at :30 p. In. Upperclassmen tryoutsj perienced in realizing upon his inunities go today, but good
for the Athena-Portia debate will be held onl the question: Resolved, wealth, mostly invested in real es-'enough half a century ago. Efforts
that college education shoutld be givren only to the;re of special abilities. tate. to have him move have always
- °-"A man of courage as well as prod-! been without avail. It was -y
'Vriy«u Rhara thl uioiu t70 .i.B ig caity, he was known to cab driv- ! seven years ago that the place was~
m ar ig yfoios. e e rsl aef1 atioi m.a :0 p m rn rs, bar tenders, and persons in wired for electricity.
marchng flios _-_ _I

Students and Townispeople: Trhe annuial Christmas Concert of the
Men's Glee Club, Women's Glee Club, and 'Vars ity Band will be given
Wednesday, December 18, at 3:00 p. ra., in hill auditorium. You are
cordially invited. No ad lssaion charge.
Rolsert A. Campbell
la Krom Prize: 'Ihi l prize amounting to about $50 is. awarded
annually by the Sociology Department for the best essay on the stu-
dent's own community., It is open to undergraduate students of the
University and is not limited to those whcos*: major work is in Sociology.
The essays should be typewritten double spaced, and should be sub-
mnittedl to the Sociology Department niot, later than May 1, 1930. A
minimum of 5,000 words is reqired. It is passible for students to sub-
mit essays that have been handed in for required work in some course.
Students interested may see me Fridays, 2-4, 203 Economics Bldg.
A. E. Wood
Members of the Facu'ty Interested in Mathematics: Membership
in the Mathematical club is open to any members of the University
Faculties who may notify the se.-retry, N. C. Fisk, University Phone
579. All regular meetin2 s are open to anyone interested.
Foreign Students: Ladies of various citie", ins Michigan ate offering
entertainment to foreign student.- during the holidays. Any foreign
students wishing to accept such entertainment may consult with me at
the following hours in 302 University hall.I
Tuesday, Dec. 17-3-5; Wednesday, Dec. 18--7; Thursday, Dec. 19
--3-5; Friday, Dec. 20-2-4.
J. A. C. Ili.-rier
A Request for Student Assistance on Unemployment Study in Die-
troit: A Detroit committee Is making the :1 udy of unemployment
among women and would like to have the co-operation of some Unl-
versity, students in this work during the Christmas holidays. If any
women students from Detroit care to give a little time to this during
the holiday period, t wish they would send in their namies and ad-
dresses to me pt 208 Economics building,

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-° Research Club willl meet in room 2528 East Medical building onj
Thc n ytmOimte etsti feno t51 nte Wednesday, December 18,at 8:00 p. mn. The following papers will be
parlor of the Advisers of Women in Barbour gymnasium. ' oresented: Professor r. D. Scott, "~The Morphology and History of Mich-
_san Strand Dunes." Professor J. 11I. Drake, "Some Ancient Analogues
Comedy Club meets in room 203 University hall at 4:00 o'clocklt. of Consideration." A meeting of the council will be held in room 3012
y Amnell hall on December 13, at 4:30 p. mn.
futainSturoo tourlitheWms Leab m eet .in.foat spper in tic The Michigan Dames Club )will hold their annual mXmas party onI
founainroo oftheWomn's eage. eetng t 7p.,im, in the ,Thursday, Dec. 19, at 8:00 o'clock in the Women's Athletic building.
Alumni room. Prof. John 1B. Waite of the 'Law School will :4ealk on All members and their husbands are invited, and each is asked to bring
"Police Efficiency." All students of journalism are invited, a ten cent present wrapped for the Christmas tree.
University Art Club: regular business meeting at 7:30. Women's Intramural building will be open all during Christmas vacation
League building. Well known artist will speak. Life class meets a t :30 except Christmas day and New Year~l day, from 9:00 a.,im. to 5:30 p. mn.
in stdio of architectural buiildling. Swine ing pool will be open from 10:00 to 12:00 and 1:30 to 5:30.#
tfuiwvi'sity Art Clubwvili7fi2 j3)0.
0:15 p.m.InteUin atNj

'The BookshfI and Stage Section
of the Faculty Women's Club meets
at the home of Mrs. L~. W. Beeler,
1130 Granger Ave., at 2:45 p. m.
M1trs. C, C. Byte will fie the asuis--]
tant hoste&s,
COMING EVEN14S
rForestry 31: The make-up for
the examination given December
:13 will be at 3:00 p. mn., December{
18, in room 3050 Natural Science.
Romanice Club will meet Wednes-
day, Dec. 18, at 4 :10 p. i., room
403 R. L. Bldg. Mr. TI. V. Wain
will speak; on The Tradition of Ilo-
meric Simile in French Poetry.
Prof. C. A. Bnudson will speak on
The Two Saintres.

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UnivendIty Loan Committee meets at 2:00 p. Mn., in room 2, Uni-
ver~ltty ball.
All applicants for loans should call at the office of tho: Dean of
Students for an appointment with the Committee.
J. A. Buirsicy, Chairman
New Exhibition in Architectural Building: There has now been
opened an exhibition of original pencil drawings by New York artists,
in the ground-floor gallery of the Architectural building. The public
is cordially invited. Open daily excepting Sundays, from 9 to 5.
Industrial Motion Pictures: The School of Business Administra-
tion will present the following films in Natural Science auditorium at
4:05 p. mn., "Power," "A Day with the Tractor Builders." All persons
interested to attend.
School of Music Faculty meeting at 5:00 p. mn. in the auditorium at
at the School of Music building.

Chubb HoLuse (12 to
Phione 9142

7 p. mn.)

Union Side Desk
(12:30 to 6:30 n.ini.)

The Music Section of the Faculty
Women's Club will meet at the
home of Mrs. Max Peet, 2030 Hill
St., Wednesday evening, Dec. 18, at
7:30 p. mn. A children's chorus will
assist in the program. Husband.
of members are invited.-- -

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