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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DA'ILY 'OFFICIA'L DULLETINi
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive novice to all members
of the University: Copy received by tlhe Assitant to the Pre ;i-
dent until 3:30 p. m. (1:1:3U a. m. Saturday)'
VOL. XL. FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1930 No. 71-

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Phi Beta Kappa: 'A special meeting of the Alpha Chapter in Mich-
,~m fr T'hi T ta l_: pa ,ill b o helid on Wednesday, Januar-y 15,
:U? p. ixv, in ro n_2903Ai l hi. 1Si Ce some very iy'tati3-
~or mssbe settled at thh, meeting the mnembers of the Chapter an,
"go'd to b Present.

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itMember-) of Faculty Spea.k -af Li tnuage Asoitoeeig
_ annual convention of the, o) thc middfle e M riy V.'P-ref~o ud~ iv
',irrzg Association held Waann spoke oiu th e 110V-r1rC simT- ret ary e ":the ndiv:%Ion of me
ciland durin- the holidays, ile. Prof. CalsP. WanevWs" literat re,. Iewill xvurk wiv.
C milbers of the romance Ian- e0,:iirinan 0; 1 11W o1Tm:ittee on oIA)(rolicers on 2, journall ;t
'.efaculty were represqnted as Spanish, and Pi'of. Edward L. is published at frec _ t i, ~
ws or conductors of discussionAdarns condu..'ted a discussio n oil ar'di d ;evoleto teioi~
>.Prof. Charles A. Knudson: medievali French literature. prac iesof- thle mdmi~
'ad an article oan the novel ;In, the elections of new officers, t eachers.

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NOTICES
To Instructors and Assistants: If you have not already fillecd out!
and returned to the President's Off'ice the questionnaires sent you in
December, it will be very much appreciatedl if you will do sr) at once.
Alexander G. Ruthven

Chzildre','S Rhyth M C,31<S-F wOilresume activities on saitufiy, s
narcy 11, -t the Women's Athletic buildii-ig. Children 5 to 8 years of.
'v ill meet at 10) o'clock, and those from 8 to 10 years old at 11 o'clockx.
There will be a course of te n lessons. Arrangements for paymen~t
(f the fee may be madne at the first meeting of the classes. Beginner:?
tus wvell as former pupils will be welcome, but the number of rcgistrant,~
. = ill be limited to "0 for each class.

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University Lectures: Profeszor Ludwig Prandtl, Professor of Applic'Ml 1itcitnat.;o tal 1ortun: Mr. Su.;,uiu Kobe of Japan will lead a dis-
P'hysics at the University of Gotting en tand lire tor of the Aerodynamic ;"i51On Ofel 'Wbi ier Goes Japan" on Sunday, January 12, at 4:00 p).in.,{
institute, will deliver three acct{:'s under the auspices of the College of {bLa h ail. rrji; will bring up the discussion of the m-;clern move-
IEngineering at 4:13 p. rte. annu y 13, 1,h an'd 1.5, in room 343 West nents and developments in all Asia. All cordially invited.
Engineering building. Thei titles (Ji thlaotc aircs given on thes.: days,
respectively, are: ComplInCu et auudaJnay1,a :0 nLn
1. Formation of Verticcs in Fiuids of Sniafl Viscosities (Slides and ' 1CsmTlta lbmet atrray aury1,at73,-nLn

Film)
2. Flow of .Gasecs Nwi~.1 nlo'~ic bjveVclscPi yof ~ud
3 The L tws cf T; b,:I:eu1. nK~
r71.a'1M i 1iger ''Tc t n:': ny :;;it'bn l enus, ;tf'd 111tri"' l out for
the po(sithm 'ilof V,,,vii vtrack m1 'i ;egcv, ' ?Ul. l ;C f1ch Faj roil !:z or my-
i.;e.lf at i c,,,LFi ld hous euu s i :.c ie
Et'VENl'TS'TODAY
To All Men t.{ts : I <ludets int sn6rng to ehaun~e their rooms at
t he (ad of thepr('t CCC are hereby rE'miter.cd Ftha«t accoring! to
the llUniver sity A;;;', nt 1 y vv' to inftorm the houscholchIrs of such!
to VJov i, bw ulaitCs -iDr.0.
Jimcldr:llow-,,bl olc 's 11ayiof 'U( tls 4s) 'rant.W tote iStudents
fo r the (cri eete eqetdto list thom ii t,,hcOffi"'e of the
)e iOf Studnti' ,. room l12, 1UmIlverailty hall, .is soon ,,s pitle.
Availabl i( h-hushep ;roommw.; a-.,d s n3.? ';;11t s iiui~dalso 1)e
F. lB. AV; jbr, iitan ~a
hossat the 011d of tail 11s <';nfuis'!-i ;.3sA!' 111the house hea.,d and
the office of Advisers of 'this ,,iut~iruu b"< ' a .,crM.ay, January 20 ("four p
week s before the bemu11-tg oCa his sreso ._v'enelr"
Grace Rictthards
EVE,1NTS TODJAY
I'Nyc holoy 31: Anmake-wj 1),)ncft fr :my tsections will be -given
ot 4 o'clock in1 room 1121 N. S.
B. D). Thurina
Bodoi-ogy 201: I shall not keep my office hour today.
Alice W. Remer

1,U-,- juiwt jiuersa~nc irteas ae rdialy invitedl.
IDI!9 Summer Michigai Daily Staff picture will be taken at -lpedding
i ludio Saturdaiy m rninig, Jan. 11, promptly at1W:30_ o'clock. All mcrm-
n-:~ s of bolh the c'ditcria:il and business ecpartmicnts are asked to be
C rafLt ni rrmeetirat at 7:30 Saturday, Jan. 11, at Masonic Temple.
Bring a frienid. Date for fir: t out of town trip will be; announced, also:
date for Ensian picture.

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INTERPRETATION
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UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
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111i1lcl Foundation: From 2:00 to 5:03 p. mn., Saturday, January 11,:
thne dirce o will set the cast for the next production1, Caponsacehi. H
#c be pre sentedr at, the Lydia Mendlelssohn Theatre, March 7 and 8,.
These inkJer , U d in any, phase of this production arc requested to re-"
port, at that tim e to tlhe W omxen's Lea Ote building. Those unable toco e a ths inc re eq sed o cal M .C op r t84 7
Th'le Michigan D3ames will have their pictures taken for the Ensian,
Sunday, ,Ian. 12, at 3:00 p. mn., at Spedding's Studio, Liberty St. All !
memr bers are urged to be there.$

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Staimn? Colletors: The regular meeting of the Ann Arbor Stampi
Club will be hield Saturday evenin g in room 408 of the Romance Lan-
guages building at 8 o'clock. There will be an auction. Visitors and
t; lletc's are invited.;

MERRILL. LYNCH & CO.
Members
New York Stock Exchange
Chicago.Stock Exchange
Cleveland Stork Exchange
F Detroit Stock Exchange
New Yo~rk Curb Market

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League of Nations A,.ie!I : 'l'h American Association of Uini-
versity Women, thei Intgrnaioo'nK Corrmit-tee of the S. C. A.. and thlet
Tolstoy League will holda nig at '4:15 in Natural Science auditor-
ium. in celebration of 'the tenth a niiiversary of the founding of the
League of Nations. Dean H. M. 13;:;Les ;will preside and the following will
rspeak: Prof. E. D. Dickinson, Prof. P. W. Slosson, President McKenny,
Rqv. II. P. Marley, Mrs. 0. W. Haisley, il\r. George Smith, Dr. H. Calder-
wood, Dr. Onderdonk, J. DNI. Uruinun and Miss Fiing L. Liu.
At 12:30 Prof. Dickinson will speak at the luncheon in] the Miclii-
gan League building. iTeservations canl be made by diaingi 3405 or;
21751.!
A00hpiif House of Represe11tatives : Esianl picture hisa lter--
noon, at 3:40. Dey's Studio. Intcr-society party, Saturday, January 13,
in the Woinc's Athletic. buildig. Nomiaition meeting, Tue",_day, JaU-
uary 13.
Polonia Literar'{ Circle: Regular meeting at 7:30 p. m. in Hane H1,0l
auditoriuMi.j
PegatssIRidinig Society: The Michiganensian picture is to be taken
at Dey's studio at 5 p. m. Wear white shirts and~ncck;ties and habits
if possible. Please come prepared to pay second semester dues.
Chinese Students' Club: The "post -vacation" social meeting will
be held at 7:30 p. in. in Lane hall.j
fitM' N( EVE'NTS
University Lecture.: Dr. Carlotte E uhlir of Vienna will speak el
Saturdlay, January 11, at 2:00 in twe Unkiverity Hig'h School ,iuditoriuma.
11cr subject xil be "TheDevelopiut f'1roa-Play toa work."' 'lhe lecture
wxill be of Particular interest to , u ;its ol: psychology and education.
Dmk~n 1Wi-ird L, Sperry of tl c ie lo'al School in lurvard Uoi-
versity will lecture in the Nat:t-i A ':-e auditorium, at 4:15 p. rn.,
on Monda Y, Tucdaiy, Wecnosi /, e~sdey. , ;-d Fiday, Ja.,nuary 13, 14,
15, 16, and 17. Then subjects u)pon wvii"-hDean")perry will speat'k arecs
follows: T. 'Ili(, Oigin and Nature of 'ilel,ion~s. IT, The Decline (of Re-
1g1rs.h, 'lhe e)if"ousSpirit antI lewicifnltifi : method. TV, Whmioie
andi~ JistGory. V, lP,,,iIoii and Churche"S.
These , c'{tures arc given Under the 'allspices of tI he M celii a ii 8'lool'
oJl~~f lelit';ion.
1 wi A.Zoology , 31 (rgaffil voluti n):. I will be in my office to aid miem-
bers of this' class on Monday, Jan. 13, from 1:30 to 4:00. Earlier con-
ferences may be arranged if desired. .Faki h

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Accounts Carried on Conservative Margin
Nat'l Bank Phone 4294

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Has the Honor to Present
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Yvonn Grerg'l
In a Dance Recital-Extraordinary
LAST PERFORMANCE

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Seats $2.50, $2.00,

$1.50, $1.00

The artists have graciously consented to pre-
sent a diffeyent program tonight.
Many who enjoyed the program last night
may have an opportunity to see more numbers this
evening.
Those who did not see this first performance
will have an, exceptional treat in store for them.

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It
DANCING ALL NIGHT
UNDE-R KELSE V. MANAGE~MENT

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BOB CARSON'S ORCHESTRA

Every Friday and Saturday
.Nights

Tickets at Wahr's 4and
League Desk, $1

"fie in the Spotlight"

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GRAN ER'S
[ight ®DANCING EEYSTRA IH
900 to 12:00--Door Admission
,,Men 25c Ladies Free

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