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THE MICHIGAN

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W~1TN1ETDAY, JANUTARY 3, 1030

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DAILY OFFICI AL B ULLETIN
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)

Screen Reflections
After two weeks of having to be- the comedy laurels.
have liko human beings in other 1, At the other plot extreme is "The
motion picture theatres, Ann Arbor Voice of the City," at the Wuerth,
must be a welcome place for thei an unusually effective mystery mel-
Smore broad-minded and expressive odiama written. directed, and also
inema-oers. Anyhow, at the Ma- acted by Willard Mack, Broadway's
estic is arold Lloyd's annual fun- ever-shining playwright. Suspense
this one entitled "Welcome is well-maintained throughout, and
Danger." Gags come fast and fur.- the acting creditable

LRKTDISCUSSDorMusy Elected
!'Cl 9,K Ne~w Swiss President;BSO NVR
TELE"PHONE SYSTEM-,, 'HOST TO NATIONAL
A. B. Clark, '11 E. E., Scheduled E
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VOL. XL.

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1930

No. 72

NOTICES
Householders: Householders having rooms to rent to men students{
for the second semester are requested to list them in the Office of the
Dean of Students, room 2, University hall, as soon as possible.
Available light-housekeeping rooms and apartments should also be
listed.
F. B. Wahr, Assistant Dean j
To All Men Students: Students intending to change their rooms at
the end of the present semester are hereby reminded that according to
the University Agreements they are to inform the householders of such
intention at least two weeks prior to the close of the semester, that is,
no later than January 31. It is advised that notice of such intention
to move be made at once.
F. B. Wahr, Assistant Dean
Fraternities and House Organizatdons: The maintenance of com-
mon drinking glasses has recently been declared contrary to city ordi-
nance.
It is in the interest of student health that common drinking glasses}
h imld nt h nrifft d

to ai on ieiepv, tie %awe
System, January 13.
TO BE SECOND PROGRAM

iously, soome of them not a new, "Romance of the Rio Grande,- A. B. Clark. '11 E.E., Toll Trans-
but on the whole they provide a which opens today at the Michigan, iY ission Development Engineer for
highly amusing hour and a half of wil lbe reviewed in tomorrow inor- the American Telephone and Tele-
laughs. Subtle humor is lacking, ning's Daily. Detroit's bus bets <iapih Company, will speak on "The
but the result is none the less qre "Show of Show,," and the star- Long Distance Telephone Cable
laughable. lit revue at the State, and Cheva- S.stem" Monday evening, January
Barbara Kent is suitable opposite lier's big hit, "The Love Parade," 13 at 8:00 in Natural Science Audi-
the star. But Lloyd in his first at the Paramount. Lubitsch di- torium. Mr. Clark who is one of
talkife, and a dumb policeman win rected the latter. the outstanding technical execu-
Cb- -.a lbsv irm 2 Al tives in the Bell System, is con-
Mathematical Club: Tea will be served in room 3201 Angell ha. nected with the Development and
at 4 p. m. Research Department, and is thor-
Engineering iDebate Society meets at Michigan Union at 7:00 p. in. in.lThe talk is primarily for electrical
rooms 302, 304, 306, 319, 323. engineering students, but all who
Garo"n r leEsiness Staff aTd Tr tuts ara requested to meet at 4:30 lsrndsvt e o

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onner, Dunlap, Blake Represent
Michigan at Meeting
of Association.
PROMINENT MEN ATTEND
"Caesar's Final Battle With the
Helvetians" Discussed by
Dunlap.
Professors Campbell Bonner, J.
E. Dunlap, and Mr. Byron E. Blake,
of the Latin and Greek depart.-
ments, represented Michigan at the
1929 national convention of the
American Philological Association,

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Warren E. Forsythe p. m. in the Press building. Tryouts must be up at 3:00 p. m. for mailing for under a preliminary contact: Dr J te MressMus
out the January issue, which goes on sale on the campus Thursday, program initiated by the Electrical .eanMarieMusy
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information: January 9. , Enogrneeing department and the Prominent Swiss diploma,. who
We have the following calls for the second semesterGargoyle Editorial Staff: There will be a meeting of the entire Student Branch of the American was recently elected to the presi-
h Gargoyle Editorial Staff and tryouts this afternoon at 4:15 p. m. Institute of Electrical Engineers. dency of the Republic of Switzer-
4 men for social sciences The plan is to have a company's re- land.
S 3 men for mathematics Sigma Delta Chi-Meeting today for active members at 4:00 o'clock. cruiting agent come to the univer- .
man for biology giaDla - gsity during the first semester, not
All must have the Master's degree by the end of this semester. Pledges at 4:30. Important. for employing seniors, but to makeGa
If interested call at the office-201 Mason hall-at once. COMING EVENTS contact with them. The recruiting - I
__c__________s Dean Wi-ard L. Sperry of the Theological School in Harvard Uni- agent in each case will bring aurai s atConvention
versity will lecture in the Natural Science auditorium, at 4:15 p. i., speaker.
Summer Session Abridged Announcement: Copies of the Campus on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, January 13, 14, In the programs already conduct- Two members of the school of
Ed130tA gAn6,mb o the restion office 1 16 and 17. iThe subjects upon which Dean Sperry will speak are as ed, Mr. N. W. Storer, Consultingb
the Summer Session of 1830 may be obtained at the registration offices follows: I. The Origin and Nature of Religions. II, The Decline of Re-. Railway Engineer for Westinghouse, business administration attended
of all schools and colleges. ligions. III, The Religious Spirt and the Scientific Method. IV, Religion aind C. E. Ev,eleth, vice-president of the convention of the AmericanI
Edward If. Kraus and History. V, Religion and Churches. General Electric, have spoken. The Economic Association at Washing-
Louis A. Hopkins. last program will occur January 27, ton during the vacation.' Prof. I
Sociology 162: The following students have been admitted to tIhis i __A__okins. when Mr. J. W. Parker, chief en- Gault delivered a paper at the
course for the second semester: Children's Rhythm Classes will resume activities on Saturday, Jan- gineer of the Detroit Edison Com- meeting of the National fssociation,
Marjorie Bettler uary 11, at the Women's Athletic building. Children 5 to a years old pany, will speak. of teachers of Marketing and Ad-
Catharine Bradley will meet at 10 o'clock, and those from 8 to 10 years old at 11 o'clock. vertising and Prof. Earl S. Wolayer
Maurice Brown There will be a course of ten lessons. Arrangements for payment A CORRECTION gave an address at the meeting of1
Lois Cossett of the fee may be made at the first meeting of the classes. Beginners Prof. John L. Brumm of the the Association of teachers of Law
Helen Fellows I as well as former pupils will be welcome, but the number of registrants journalism department was re-_ in Business Schools.
Dorothy Griffith will be limited to 20 for each class.p d y r g
Donald Kaufmann Day to have presented a resolu- PARAHYBA, Brazil.-The fourr
Mary Kaufman Coloqium n Appied Mechanics: The Colloquum will meet o tion favoring the Indian move- !northern states of Brazil produce"
Miriam Kellam Thursday, January 9, at 8 p. m., in room 445 West Engineering build- nent for independence to a meet- the bulk of the country's cotton
Albertina Maslening. There will be a review of PeriodicaLu by 0. W. Boston and H. M. ing of students and townspeople. crop. This year's total was 113,882!
Norman Shikes igo tuet n twsepl;ngp Ti er' oa as1382
'rnh sHansen. All are cordially invited. John M. Brumm, '31, of the Cos- tons, of which this state produced1
Edwin Shrader -nopolitan club was the introdu- 25,000, Ceara, 20,000; PernambucoI
Jessie Winchell Mummers: There will betan important meeting on Thursday, Jan- cer of the statement. 17,000 and Rio Grande do Norte!
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held from December 26 to 28 in
Boston. Boston University acted as
host to the delegates.
The convention committee placed
two Michigan men on the speaking
program, Mr. Blake and Professor
Dunlap. Mr. Blake's subject, "Sty-
chometric Evidence for Text Abbre-
viation, in Chariton," is of special
current interest to the philological
world.
Dunlap Suggests Correction.
Professor Dunlap spoke on "Cae-
sar's Final Battle with the Helve-
tians." In the discourse, he sug-
gested that the location of the
battle should be reassigned 'to a
different location from that accord-
ed it by present historians.
In the general business meeting,
it was decided that Blake's paper
will be published in the society's
yearly periodical, "Transactions of
the American Philological Society."
Next Convention in Iowa City
It was also decided that the 1930
convention will be held in Iowa
City, under the auspices of the Uni-
versity of Iowa. The 1929 meet was
held in conjunction with the con-
vention of the College Arts Associa-
tion of America and the Archeo-
logical Institute of America, the
latter celebrating their fiftieth an-
niversary.

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All others who elected this course must drop it.
Robert C. Angell
EVENTS TODAY
Organ Recital by Palmer Christian in Hill auditorium at 4:15 p. m.
There will be shown a film on the development of the National
eipitol in the Natural Science auditorium at 4:15 p. m. today, under
the auspices of the Architectural Society of the University. This film is
being shown through the courtesy of the Detroit Chapter of the Amer-
ican Institute of Architects and the subject will be presented by Clair
W. Ditchy, '15A, Vice-President of the Detroit Chapter.

inary 9, at 4 o'clock, in The Cave.
Theta Sigma Phi Ensign picture will be taken at Day's at 4:30 p. in.
Thursday.
Cosmopolitan Club meets Saturday, January 11, at 7:30, in Lane
hall. All members and friends are cordially invited.
Faculty Alumni Dances: The second dance in the Faculty-Alumni
series will be held Tuesday, January 14, at 9 o'clock at the Michigan
Union. Series tickets or single admission may be purchased at the
door.

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Freshman Advisory Group No. 68: Miembers of this group are ! League of Nations Anniversary: Friday, January 10, the American
asked to meet in room 1018 A. H. at 1:15 p. m. I Association of University Women, the International Committee of the
L. G. VanderVelde S. C. A., and the Tolstoy League will hold a meeting at 4:15 in Natural
1 Science Auditorium in celebration of the tenth anniversary of the
Freshmen Group 36: I shall be in room 204 Economics Bldg. from founding of the League of Nations. Dean H. M. Bates will preside andy
1 to 2 and from 4 to 5 this afternoon for consultation on elections. the following will speak: Prof. E. D. Dickinson, Prof. P. W. Slosson, !
Carter Goodrich , President McK~enny, Rev. H. P. Marley, Mrs. O. W. Haisley, Mr. George
!Smith, Dr. H. Calderwood, Dr. Onderdonk, J. M. Brumm and Miss Fung
Chemistry Colloquium will be held in room 300 Chemistry building L. Liu.
at 4:00 p. m. Dr. B. A. Soule will talk on "The Determination of Fer-"j At 12:30 Prof. Dickinson will speak at the luncheon in the Michi-
rots Iron." gan League building. Reservations can be made by dialing 3405 or 21751..
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An Apology
on behalf of
the weather man
by
GREYHOUND
SHORT WAY &
EASTERN
MICHIGAN
Despite one of the worst
storms ever experienced in
the Middle West, delaying
all forms of transportation
alike, service was maintain-
ed to the greatest possible
extent during the home.
going exodus December 20.
We are sincerely sorry
f o r a y nyinconvenience
caused by the unavoidable
delay in schedules.
Comments and suggestions
may be made to
CAMPUS
TRAVEL
BUREAU
536 Thompson Street

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