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MiV'7, TAITUARY 11, 1;73

Corrloia.Club meets at 73,InQ Lane hal. Al members WI 1 INC M 9 °yI LL HOL
DA L FF C A UL E I iieds <recordiallyinvie.____L _[ LLUIUNUUIVL QU UINUA N NEER S E SOA
C rfsmen meeting at 7:30 at Masonic Temple. Bring a friend n na n--r- i
Pulcto1nte ultni oDtutvaoietoalmm Xte for first ot of town trip will be announced, also (ate for lEn~ian I UU iiflLI n S1L Coin med FPorsae i)play fo
PulO tii th euleiiscntutvnoiet lmmbrofie University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Pre s- ricti ViiLiLU UL. L ! Crossing Problem, by the H~on. G. e o
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday) COING. EVENTrSCfllV
VOL. XL. S-- -Y _NU - 1, 93 Nmbr 25sioner, are 'also o, the programi for
SARAJNAY1,13 ubrraInterinatiornal Forum: Mr. SUSUrn Kiobe of Japan wii lead a dis- Bodenhamier Defends Militarv CoflcL'
____________cussion on "Whither Goes Japan"~ on Sunday, anuary 12, a 4:00 p. i., this meeting and ds
NOTICES in Lane hal. This wil bring up the discussion of the modern move- Organization of Country Tnh":annal conference rnoker is' be led
Lost Articles: A large number of top coats, rain coats, umbrellas, ents and developments in all Asia. All cordially invited, in Review of Service scheduled for Tuesdav night. Prof. county
fountain pens, two gold watches, books, and miscellaneous jewelry foundi - H. E. Riggs, of the department of ;morning
in Angell hal during the past severa 1 months have recently been turned Dr. Win. D. Henderson, Director of the University Extension Division, i CITES NATIONS' NEEDS; civil engineering, wil be in the tread a
in to the Lost and Found Department, room 3, University Hall. Anyone will be the principal speaker at the Weseyan Guild Service at Wesley president's chair, and addreses will subject
who has lost such articles may call and identify them, Hal, Sunday Evening, January 12, at 6:00 p. m. Students and faculty (n, Akoc1iea PresB) ;be delivered by Pen H. C. Sadler. ane er
Shirley W. Smith are cordially invited. WASIINGTONJn 10-Ui- t of the Colleges of Firinp-rin'Q and, highwa
Architecture: the Hon. Horatio S. Thec
Prlmnr plctosfrrea1dnc in Nlosher-JordanBalth versal military service was cited t-' Erle,, former State highway corn-; ence to
new dormitory for women student:, will be received at the office of Pyia dcto for Fresim'n All students :-ue fo Ps ay byO.L Bodenhamer, national! misionr.° Pvke ,ohnon, of the roomi
the Advisers of Women after January 20. Special application blanks ; "re work are asked to report to regular classes shirting the week of ;commander of the American Le- (National Automobile Chamber ofi building
are to be used. The dormitory is planned to house 450 women and the Monday, January 13. ;oi, as the one essential elementI Commerce, has promised to give ani afterno
group will be divided as follows: 23 graduate students, 100 each senior, EgneigSuet:M.A in wh, h the national defense pol- illustrated tal, "Highways of South 11a, noes
jupdniora ohomregadngO rrqiesman xforneideAbuleinowgiving d- !~ Ir ne gSuet;M.A .Clark, 111 E. E. will speak onI icy of the United States is lacking. America," at this time. ois
tailed~~~~~ inomto.eadn eurmnt o eiec snwbig £e Long Distance Telephone Cable System," Monday, January 13, at Characterizing the army and Prof. W. J. Emmons, of the D- sociatie
printed and will be readly jOPdstributiont the latter part of this march. 3:00 p. i., in Natural Science auditorium. The Electrical Engineering ;navy as "the cheapest and best in- partment of Highway engineering, meeting
Inezi V. hrzortli Department expects all E. E. seniors to attend. i urance for our national wealth! and director of the state highwayf same t
I On Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, representatives of the Belci income that can be devised,"i laboratory, will speak on "Soft' manag
Faculty, Collcege of Literature, Science, and the Arts: The January ; ystemn will be in room 271 to contact with those interested in cor- lc said thec veteran:;' organizationi Stone Investigation" at the Wed- commis
metnmfteLtrr aut ilb~hl ~dy aum -tnuriiettiOii. ndrses and supports the national nsday morning meeting. C. E. ros- of the
4:10 p. in., in roon 2225 Angell Hlal, Ordoi of busines:: . ID. Moore defense act of 1920. ter, chief engineer of the statel enginee
1. Special oarders tabled at last meein. "There is nothing inherently highway department, will preside. eering
2. Communication fromn Chairman of Committee 'on Curriculum. ruTe Board of Directors and the Judicial Council of the Women's wrong with the~ national defense Airorts to be Discussed. 1aring
3. Routine business. League will meet at~ 12 o'clock Tuesday, January 14, in the Dey Studio ioiyo h ntdSae si Airports will be discussed at thei The a
John IR. Effingecr for group pictures. stnsih aiclwQ u adafternoon meeting that day, by; Thursdu
today," he told the Army War col- JonE omrsnirsipr etn
School of Education Asembly: There will be an assembly of str M1otor Board: monthly meeting will be held in the Cave at 0:30 lege, "except that it is not complete specialist, of the aeronautics! and Pr
dents and faculty of the~ School of Education in the University High a. ni. on Sunday, December 12. -nd will not be complete until thei branch of the United States d- enginee
School Auditorium at 4:10 on Tuecsda-y, January 14. The program will i picpeo nvra evc s partm'ent of commerce and by H. toastna
be presented by students who are enrl led in the Correlated Course S:p and Blade: Meeting in the Union at 2:30 Sunday. E.itBakintot aayne ofisfdouisinsfeyegne radP.oJ - 1li-eruce
in Education. The speakers are Sarah Frances Orr, Chairman, Louise --- -mntal."(msinsft nier .J of rce
Lingle, Heilen Geer, Martha Johnston, Marion Widman, A. J. Vanl kri-i The Michigan Dames will have their pictures taken for the Ensian, mTeAeiaaLgo eiv stwilspeakntn'en fsateon:dcatnP
pen, Ervin Stewart and J. Foster Moore. All those interested in theI Sunday, Jan. 12, at 3:00 p. in, at Spedding Studio, Liberty St. All "heA ercnateion ebneliprograrofstatleak on The Heihayn ecarin
preparation of teachers, especially former teachers an~d friends or these m 1embers are, urged to be there.benmaessrvntooaaflej1
students, are urged to be present at this unusual assembly. wihpeet uladSse, .R utn euysaesa°h
G. . Davis, Secretary School of Education Women's Educational Club will meet Monday, Jan. 13, at 4:00, in fairntrialiofwthecprovisionseas out- pre-'conivd
_____the Women's Athletic Bldg. Students of the Correlated Course in Edu- ainedrinea t of 1920roisands su- rie h
Students In Colleges of Engineering and Architecture: All students!cto aechreo h program. All girls interested in Edu~cation sequnt amendments." E .Vuh aneac ni hc
ithese Colleges who are taking courses- ether than Geology and Eco-:'re cordially invited, especially Juniors. Dues are now payable. q(hdMiing delegates Wednesday evening.- Prof. Mci
Iomica in the College of Literature-, S.i- ne, and the Art-s are requested Bdnanrsi h ainhd
to call at the Secretary's Office, 2gas West Engineering Building, at once. The Women's Research Club will meet Monday, Jan. 13, 1930, at found itself in eeaacr state ofnc unprelol-
Loruis A. Ilopkcin y Secretary i 7:30 p. m., in room 2116, Natural Science Bldg. Mrs. Rut-h Svihla wii par-eiesi ec a inecl I
' ttalk on the Distribution of mammals on the north slope of the Uinta: nial times and asserted that "we do
To All Men Students: Students intending to change their rooms at, j s not yet seem fully to realize the ! -akT sMse'
the end of the present semester are hereby rminnded that accoirding to incsthe ofadu ties nronibltie; of N0'
the University Agreements they are to inform the householders of such Students of the Reformed Churches: Dr. H. H. Meeter, professor iinsolderdulife."an referriiingtiof the O' VE ST
intention at least two weeks prior to the close of the semester, that i>, of Religion at Calvin College, will address students of the Christian Re- sode-ie" rfrigt h For IEvery
no later than January 31. It is advised that notice of such im entioii, fomed and Reformed denominations at Lane Ball, Sunday, Januar phrase, "A million men will spring;
tomv1emd toc,12, at 10:30 a. i., and 4:00 p m. All are welcome, to arms over night" when the na-
to. B.ave beAssis-antt ounce.__pLion calls, he asked: -Radios:--
ScablIS.d nd aiade:Airsttofnte Wednesda night, I"Upon what ground can we just- - Majestic, Victor, Crol;
University Women: All women student s who intend to change in' the Michigan Union. January 15. Important.fyptigsuhimliovlner;Lwt
hossarh-n ft't eetrsol dis h os edadGereResn rsdn Ameiicans up against a million ITERMS IPnos:
houss a thendofhissemetersholdell-trainedue had nndGorelRyr-onrPrsddnsol-el toinedandwel-armdasl-wo nllt.BolwinKoherCaCa
the office of Advisers of this intention before Monday, January 20 ("fourI irofathrninPlywleOcsra nruna
weeks before the beginning of the second semester"). Mimes: Tryouts will be held at.Mimes theatre starting Monday,iesf nthroaton"paywfe I~ rhsrlIsrmn
Grace Richards January 13, at 3:00 o'clock p. in., for men and women wishing to tryout Victor, Columbia,------ -
,or "The'City" and "Old English." - Stamp Collectors: The regular' IRecords.
EVENTS TODAY Hugh Clancy, President meeting of the Ann Arbor Stampj
Householders: Householders (caving rooms to rent to men students clb xil be held this evening at 8 ASK i THOMAS HINS
for the second semester are requested to list them in the Office of the - Interfraternity Council: There will be a meeting of all house re- o'clock in room 408 of the Romance
Dean of Students, room 2, University hall, as soon as possible. presentet Ives Monday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock in room 302 of the; Langutages building. There will be 601 East William Street
Available ligiht-housekeeping rooms and apartments should also be :Union. an a uction. Visitors and collectorsi:
-t, ., 1F. B.Wahr. ~Asistant Dean W. It. Frrell, President are cordialy invited. '

SIXTEENTH
T UNIVERSITY
the edification of the vis-
fthe Oaklf~nd county road
;sion, will read a paper on
ete Pav'ement Maintenance,"
cussion of the subject will
by J. H. Dennis, Genessee
engineer, at the Thursday
g meeting. "Macadam Re-
rid Gravel Roads" will be the
of C. P. Owens, mainten-
igineer of the Missouri state
"y department.
only session of the confer-
be held in the assembly
of the West engineering
g will be that of Thursday
ion, with George WV. McCal-
;ident of the Michigan Road
ssioners and Engineers' as-
n, presiding over a lousiness
g of the association. At the
-me, Otto Hess,' engineer-
er of the Kent county road
,sion, will address a meeting
State highway department
'rs in room 1213 east Engi-a
building, on "County Road
g Systems."
annual conference dinner on
ay night will conclude the
~s. Mr. McCalla will preside
of. L. M. Gram, of the civil
!ring department, will act as
ster. Addresses will be de-
by Hon. William Wilbur MA.
r, attorney-general of the
'rof: John S,. Worley, of the
rent of transportation engi-
,and H~on. G. C. Dillman,
ighxvay °commissioner.
?rsity students will be wel-
at the meetings, many of
w'ill ae of general Interest
:orrison said.
/oice! Saying
MUSIC HOUSE
,thing Musical
wick Ibfo inrio
HAW, Mgr.
Phone 7515

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University Lee Wtre: Dr. Charlotte
Euhier of "Vienna wilt speak at 2:00
in. the Universty High School autd-
itorium, Her subject will be "The
IDevelopmnent fromt. Play to Word." -
The lecture will be of particular in-
terest to students of psychology and
education.
Children's Rhythm Classes will
resume activities today at the Wo-
men's -Athletic building. Children
5 to 8 years old will meet at 10 o'-
clock, and those from 8 to 10 years
old at 11 o'clock.
There will be a course of ten los-
sons. Arrangements for payment
of the fee may be made at the first
meeting of the classes. Beginners
as well as former pupils wiil be w°'._
-come, but the number of regis-
trants wiil be limited to 20 for eac h
Eta Sigma Phi: MichigancrV~nell
picture at Spedding's at 101:45 a. ra.
1929 Summrer Michigan Daily
Staff picture will be taken at Sped -
ding Studio promptly at 10:30 o'-!
clock. All members of both the ed-
itorial and business departments
are asked 'to be present.
Hillel Focindation: From 2:00 to
5:00 p. in., the director will select;t
the cast for the next production,I
Caponsacchi, to be presented at the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, March'
7 and 8. "Those interested in any=
phase of this production are re-
qu~ested to report at that time to
.the Women's League building.
, Those unable to come at this time
Are requested to call Mr. Cooper at
6417.

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MASTER VIOLINIST
Choral Uion Series

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THE STORY
OF OUR BIBLE
Beginning Tuesday
Evening, January 14
Mr. Thomas Iden
of the Ann Arbor Bible Chair
will give, a Series of Twenty
Stutdies on the BIBLE. The Class
will be open to both Women and
Men,' Townspeople and Students.
It will meet on successive Tues-
day Evenings in the "Upper
Room" in Lane H-all. The hour
will be 7 O'CLOCK. There will
be no expense whatever connected
,with the course. A popular Bible
Course for everybody.

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LITERATURE FOR ORAL
INTERPRETATION
RICHARD DENNIS TEAL HOLLISTE.R
UNIVERSITYOFMCIA
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BISHOP .CHARLES WESLEY BURN
of San Francisco
WILL DELIVER THE ADDRESS OF THE MORNING
Sunday Morning, January 12th
- HILL AUDITORIm I1:oo0
Music Under Dalies Frantz, University School of Music.

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HILL AUDITORIUM
Tickets : $1 .50-$2.00-$2.50
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SCHOOL OF ,MUSIC, MAYNARD STREET

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