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DAILY OFFI-CIAL B UL LE TI N
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi-
dent until 3:30 p. m,. (11:30 a. m.. Saturday)'

VOL. XL.

'VOL XL. THUTRSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1929

No. 69

NOTICES
University' Senate: The ballot on the qjuestion of afternoon or
evening meetings for the Senate wil be counted on Monday, Decem-
ber 23.
J. W. Bradshaw, Secretary of the Senate

Members of the University Staff': Dr. Alfred Adler of Vienna will
lecture and conduct a demonstration child behavior clinic at the
Natural Science auditorium from 2:00 to 4:00 p.,im., on Friday, Janu-
ary 10. Mimeographed information for announcement to interested
classes will be issued prior t'o the meeting. D)r. Adler is being brought
to Ann Arbor by the Children's Fund of Michigan in cooperation with
the Society for the Scientific Study of Character.
Further information concerning the local arrangements for Dr. Ad-
ter's visit may be obtained from the undersigned.
Willard C. Olson, 4208 U. 11. S.

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1 2, who have signed cards. Others who have signed reservation cards SATISFACTION aSHOIWN OVER RESULT1 I mTi iif~rPf
for these seetlions bu t have not. yet classified must be a :igned to other OIruTH RF9i r ,1 F
setions,
r P. F. Weatherill OF FIRST CONFERENCE AT LONDO NU ii flLU L
Preidetsof Campu~s Organ izationts: Will tln jrcsidnts O, allU l WASHINGTON, Dec. es 18.-Satis- a i os hsatron"UP I N PE
:c a m p u s o r g a i n i z a t i o n s s e e t h a t t h e c o n t r a c t f o r t h e i r' o r g a n i z a t i o n 'ss a e e t s i . " h e r t r a p g n t e E n s n s r t r e o t e " ~ s a f i~ i r h r s m i a t o v r t e r s l s o h i s w t h h m Ab s a o w g tW , Cme c ea tetI se
peaein h lfli i151 crx&ethhe'ain ficbfoe(hisms ingeofvierwe etweof the rtsaeptsi. Tescea~ a
cxhn~t rvesbten teMorrow and Ambassador William! Mortality Statistics for
IChemel a A eican n J p neelcitca niszine.rS: All thiose who will be in Ann Arbor C sloer the l O12^itt s to the London naval con-1 2 .9 8
ihand bllti t, 1 S tt dayat( ".'There was a frank and friendly-
ontebultn or u1iePrfsso aes cgrms ng-vstigdleainlaid aside of- discussion of the underlaying1 DISEASES ARE MITIGATED
neer ing bu~ilding. Pf cefa work for the first time since' problems ,of the two countries
lebay int! horne shores three weeks! which affect the issues of the con- The Department of Commerce
Special Highway Course: A short course in bituminous materials Cgoi ference. WktuiadSce announces an increase of .6 from
and pavements will be offered December 26 to January 4, inclusive, and Conversations which were intiat- 11BothoM12.0peaka,0u0ippandtiecre-
wilbe open to anyone interested. Further informatio., t ay be oh- ' Iece dat the a hree-hour con- tary Stimson expressed optimistic thdehraeoteUnedSts
trind t on 224,PatBnin~i altin. eiec a tehome of Henry L.! hope far the successful terminationtedahrteoteUnedSte
. .Vorst timson, secretary 0stt1ad 'o the conference and the increase; for 1928 over the death rate in
_ ~chairnm of the American delega-; of good will between the two cun- 1927. Over one and one-third mil-
EVENTS TODAY lion, will be completed Thursday tries which a solution of the naval ;indah eereoddfrls
in the few remaining hours before rolshep to maintain." yarian-eao44stswhc
Facilty, Colleges of tn~nern and 3rchnitectre: There will he, the Japanese leave for New York Technical subjects were avoided ya na rao 4sae hc
a meeting of1 the faculty of these Colleges at 4:15 p. n., in room 345, preparatory to sailing for London. during the conversation which tooilsi abut 95.4 per cn fl the
West Engineering building. The purpose of this meeting is to discussi In the first talk, which was con- dealt almost wholly with broad' population of the- country or 114-
aragmnt ncnncinwith the forftcomin g is ngineering Con- ductedi through the offices of1igeneral questions, chief among 495,000 people.
ference. Hiroshi Saito, secretary of the Jap- which is the Japanese isistence; Increases in the rate in 1928 over
- - <these delegation, as interpreter, upon a 10-10-7 ration in auxiliary t hat of the preceding year. were
t both governments made a frank: craft with 10,000-ton cruisers and1 from the following causes: dseases
beF c I"ity vSchol of Edlucation: The Decemnber" staff luncheon will statement ef their own views as to'submarines predominating as the o tehat eerlhrorg
bheld in the Michigan League building at 12:10 o'clock. their defensive requirements inI types nfecessary for the defense of andfothhenin, ceeprrltisdiae,
Ne Ehbiin nArhtetra uidng heeha~no ee uxiliary naval craft--cruisers , the island kingdom.i cancer, influenza and pneumonia
New )nEdnxhibition of rcigintal enildraing byeewhasYokarissb sumainsan dstoyrswih The head of the American dele- in all its forms. The deaths from
7pnedan xhiitin o oigial encl dawigs y ew orkartsts!swhitesLondonescofernceito gation discussed with equal frank-
in ti e ground-floor gallery of the Architectural building. The. public1 hihteLodncfrneiso! ness the defense needs of the Unit- (these causes amounted to 741,739
1s cordially invited, Open daily excepting Sundays, from J to-5. del.ed States in which also the 10,- of the total. Of these listed above
_ ~~At the conclusion of the confer- 00 ton cruiser has a dominant the greatest naumber ded from
ence, Secretary Stimson and form- role. There also was a broad treat-' diseases of the heart with a rate
Colloquium iii Applied AMechanics meets at 8 p. in., in room 445 West ; er Premier Riejiro Wakatsuki is- I n-ent of thepoicaapetin of 207.7 in 1928 195.7 per 100,000
tEngineering Bldg. Prof. Upthegrove will present- a paper. ,ned a joint statement expressing~ volved in the conference and in population. Deaths from measles
----- - i*optimistic hope" for the success- f the consequences that might flow and pellagra showed an increase of
The Journal Club of the Department of Political Sdit noe meets at !fl termination of the London { from a failure of the great sea' about one person per 100,000 popu-
3:00 p. m.,. in room 2035 Angell hall. gathering and the increase of good powers to reach an agreement. lation in the minor diseases. The
- - # vill between the two countries. The social aspect of their visit death rate from accidental causes
' The Psychological Journal O'ttb meets at 7:30 p. in., in room 3126, ; "Reijiro Wakatsuki, chief dele- ItthAmrcnapal ecesiraedfo 784o792tei-
Natural Science building. Professor Trow will present results of exper-! rate, Admiral ,Takeshi Takarabe,I its climax tonight in a state din- dividual types of accidents show-
imental work on trial and error learning and learning by infightt. Mr. ?lelega te, Japanese Ambassador! ner to be given in their honor atj ing the greatest increases being ac-
f wartz will review literature on industrial accidents. 4Dbuchi and IliroshiSaito, secre- the White House by the president cidental drowning and automobile
,ary, visited the secretary of state and Mrs. Hoover. accidents..
Sigma Gamma Epsilon will hold their formal initiation and ban- i - -* -------- ~-_____________

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Choral Union Concept: Giovanni Martinelli will give a recital of
songs and arias in thc Choral Union Concert 5Sries in -Hill auditor-
ium, Wednesday evening, January 8, 1930, taking the place of Mr.
Paderewski, who was obliged to cancel his American concert tour.
'Ticket holders are requested to present for admission, Choral Union
coupon number "3" marked "Paderewski."

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Charles A. Sink

Lisa Kromn Prize: 11:.; pri a 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 who _t major work is in Sociology.
The essays should be typewritten double spaced, and should be sub-
mnItted to 'the Sociology' Department not Iat r than May 1, 1930. A
minimum of 5,000 words is required. It is possible for students to sub-
mnit essays that have been handed in for required work in somne course.
8tudents interested may see me Fridays, 2-4, 203 Economics Bldg.
A. F. Wood
A Request for Student A,. stanee on Uzie niployment Study in De-
troit: A Detroit committee i-s ma~ing: the study of unemployment
panong women and would like to have the co- operation of some Uni-
versity students in this work during the Christmas holidays. If any
women students from Detroit care to glye a little time to this- during
the holiday period, I wish t-hey would send in their names and ad-
dresses to me at 208 Economics building.
A. E. Wood
Actuarial Society Examinations: The 1929 Year Book and applica-
tions for the American Institute examinations may now be secured by
calling at 3012 Angell hall. These applications should be filed not later
than January 15, 1930.

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duet at the Michigan at 5:15 p. mn. The Ensian picture will he taken
lat Rentschler's at 12:15 p. m.
Christian Science Society meets in the Chapel of the Michigan
L ~eague building at 7:30 p. mn.
A reorganization meeting of the Ann Arbor chapter of the Izaak
SWalton League of America has been called by Mr. Earie C. Tfolo-. Expoll-"
tive Secretary for Michigan. The meeting will be held in room 4030
aNatural Slcience buildiing a[I 7:30 p. m. All intere ,ted ire t:rgeel to
at-tend.

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James WV. Glover fHlMO.1Players: T1he next play has beer selocted. will all those
Univrsiy Wmenin nn AborDurng acaion:Thee ae -ev-interested in trying out for parts and technical work report at the
era.1 ,, ood opportunities to work in Ann Arbor during the vacation.:-.fle1FonainbtIwn7:0 an- :00p .
Ifany girls are interested please call me at 3495 on Thursday morning, I , ,,,,,WIl, Z1 ai 0P
or at .8316 on Thursday afternoon and Friday morning. 9M R IL Y C O
Byri Fox Bacher, Adviser of Women ' .. Y C ebr
Vniversity Girls' Glee Club: Late returns of one hour are extende~d YokMnbi
without further arrangement to all members of the University Girls' i'~kSock Exchang~e
Glee Club who take part in the Christmas serenade.' Chcago Stock Fsxchaii e -
Grace Richiards~ Cleveland Stock Fxchange
Industrial Hygiene, Course 209: As several students have expressed R f)etrroit Stock Ei xcange
a desire to elect t-his course, which has been offered only during the New Yutrk Curb Market
first semester, this course will be given during the second semester. Aconts Carried on Conservative Margint
Tu. & Th. at 1 o'clock, room 138, West Medical building. 2 hrs.crdt
Dr. E. WV. Sink ~ 01 First Nat'l Bank Phone 4294
Economics 171: This course may be elected with Economics 52 the ____________________________________
second semester by eligible students. The Monday two o'clock conflict -
wlil be adjusted.
R. P. Briggs

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OPEN EVENINGS

Chemistry G, Lecture Section 2, Reservations for Next Semester:
Reservations in Sections 11 and 12 of this course have been made only
for those in the corresponding sections in Chemistry 3, Lecture Section!
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In a Dance Recital--Extrao rdinary
JanarygthSeats $2.50, $2.00, $1.50,.$1.00

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