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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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. SUNDAY, JANUARY 12, 1930 No. 16
[will be the principal speaker at the Wesleyan Guild Service at Wesley lin Charge of, Operations at the Oakland Motor Car Company, Thurs-
fall at 6:00 p. m. Students and faculty are cordially invited. day, January 16, at 8:00 p. m., in room 102 at the Union. fEveryone
interested is cordially invited.
Students of the Reformed Churches: Dr. H. IH. Meeter, professor
of Religion at Calvin College, will address students of the Christian Re- Physics Colloquium: Dr. S. B. Ingram will speak on "Recombina-
formed and Reformed denominations at Lane Hall, at 10:30 a. m., and Lion Spectra and the Photo-electric Ionization of Gases" on Tuesday,
4:00 p. m. All are welcome. January 14, at 4:15 in room 1041, East Physics building. All interested
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BY NATIONAL BOOY:
Lost Articles: A large number of top coats, rain coats, umbrellas,
fountain pens, two gold watches, books, and miscellaneous jewelry found
in Angell hall during the past severa 1 months have recently been turned
in to the Lost and Found Department, room 3, University Hall. Anyone
who has lost such articles may call and identify them.
Shirley W. Smith
University Senate: A meeting of the University Senate will be held
in room C Law Building on Monday, January 20, at 4:15 p. m. Order of
1. Annual Report of the Board in Control of Athletics.
2. Annual Report of the Committee on Vocational Counsel and
Placement, with Recommendation for Reorganization.
John W. Bradshaw, Secretary of the Senate
Choral Union Concert: Heifetz, violinist, will give the following
program in the seventh Choral Union Concert, in Hill auditorium, Thurs-
day evening, January 16, at 8:15 o'clock.
Tremais: Sonata in F minor, Adagio-Allegro, ma non presto, Aria
(grazioso, un poco Allegro); Tempo I; Tchaikovsky: Concerto, Allegro
moderato, Canzonetta-Finale (Allegro vivacissimo); Mendelssohn-
Kreisler: Song without words; Elgar: Capricieuse; Strauss: An Einsa-
mer Quelle; Heifetz: Horra Stacatto (Rumanian); Honegger: Presto;
Hubay: Scenes de la Csarda.
Charles A. Sink
Organ Recital: Edwin Arthur Kraft, guest organist, will give the
following program, Wednesday afternoon, in lill auditorium at 4:15
o'clock. The general public is invited to attend.
Guilmant: Fugue in D Major; K. P. E. Bach: Minuet; Bonnet: In-
termezzo; Reubke Sonata, "The Ninety-fourth Psalm"; Dethier: Noc-
turne; Hollins: Scherzo; Guiraud-Kraft: Melodrama; Matthews: Toc-
cata in G Minor. Charles A. Sink
Final Examinations Schedule: This printed schedule, for the Col-
lege of L. S., and A., the School of Education, the School of Music, the
School of Business Administration, the College of Pharmacy, the School
6f Forestry and Conservation, and the Graduate School, is now ready
for distribution. D. L. Rich
Students Taking Extra Hours, Co lege of L., S., and A.: Second
Semester freshmen electing more than 15 hours, and upper classmen
electing more than 16 hours, are required to file an application for
egtra hours. The blank form for this application may be secured at
the desk in room 4, U. H.
D. L. Rich
Mathematics 51 and 52, Final Examinations: The final examina-
tions for all sections of these courses will be held Tuesday afternoon,
Feb. 4. On the printed schedule of final examinations, Math. 51 and
52 should have been included in the list Math. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 51, and 52.
D. L. Rich
Preliminary applications for residence in Mosher-Jordan Hall, the
new dormitory for women students, will be received at the office of
the Advisers of Women after January 20. Special application blanks
are to be used. The dormitory is planned to house 450 women and the
group will be divided as follows: 20 graduate students, 100 each senior,
junior and sophomore, and 130 freshman women. A bulletin giving de-
tailed information regarding requirements for residence is now being
printed and will be ready for distribution the latter part of this month.
Inez V. Rozort
School of Education Assembly: There will be an assembly of stu
dents and faculty of the School of Education in the University High
School Auditorium at 4:10 on Tuesday, January 14. The program will
be presented by students who are enrolled in the Correlated -Course
in Education. The speakers are Sarah Frances Orr, Chairman, Louise
Lingle, Helen Geer, Martha Johnston, Marion Widman, A. J. Van Krim-
pen, Ervin Stewart and J. Foster Moore. All those interested in the
preparation of teachers, especially former teachers and friends of these
students, are urged to be present at this unusual assembly.
C. 0..Davis, Secretary School of Education
Students in Colleges of Engineering and Architecture: All students
in these Colleges who are taking courses other than Geology and Eco-
nomics in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts are requested
to call at the Secretary's Office, 263 West Engineering Building, at once.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary
Women's Ugsketball: Any woman, regardless of University con-
nection, interested in playing basketball please communicate with Miss
Hassinger at Barbour Gymnasium.I
Reverend Bishop Charles Wesley Burns, of San Francisco, will de-
liver an address in Hill auditorium, Sunday morning at 11:00 a. m. The
public is cordially invited to attend.
To All Students and Faculty: Inspector Edward 'Kunath of the
Narcotic Squad of the Detroit Police Department will speak on "The
Dope Problem," at Harris Hall (corner of State and Huron) at 7:00 p. in.
tonight after regular student supper. Everyone is cordially invited.
International Forum: Mr. Susumu Kobe of Japan will lead a dis-
cussion on "Whither Goes Japan," at 4:00 p. m., in Lane hall. This
will bring up the discussion of the modern movements and developments
in all Asia. All are cordially invited.
Dr. Wim. D. Henderson, Director of the University Extension Division,
Archery Class meets every Sunday afternoon from 2:30 to 4:30 p.'
m. and every Wednesday evening from 7 to 9 p. m.
A. S. M. E. Members: The A. S. M. E. student branch picture for
the Ensian is to be taken at 2:00 p. m., at Spedding's Studio. -
A. S. C. E. Picture to be taken at 4:30 p. m. at Dey's Studio.
Scalp and Blade: Meeting in the Union at 2:30 p. m.
J-flop Committee Meeting at Michigan Union at 3:15 p. r.
The Michigan Dames will have their pictures taken for the Ensian,
at 3:00 p. m., at Spedding's Studio, Liberty St.
Alpha Epsilon Mu: Picture for the Michiganensian will be taken
at Dey's Studio at 9 a. m.
Faculties, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: The Janu-
ary meeting of the Literary Faculty will be held Monday, January 13,
at 4:10 p. m., in room 2225 Angell Hall, Order of Business:
1. Special orders tabled at last meeting.
2. Communication from Chairman of Committee on Curriculum.
3. Report on success of early registration scheme by Professor D.
4. Routine business.
University Lectures: Professor Ludwig Prandtl, Professor of Applied
Physics at the University of Gottingen and Director of the Aerodynamic
Institute, will deliver three lectures under the auspices of the College of
Engineering at 4:15 p. m., January 13, 14, and 15, in room 348 West
Engineering building. The titles of the lectures given on these days,
1. Formation of Vortices in Fluids of Small Viscosities (Slides and
2. Flow of Gases with Velocities above Velocity of Sound.
3. The Laws of Turbulent Fluid Motions.
Dean Wtiard L. Sperry of the Theological School in Harvard Uni-
versity will give a series of lectures in the Natural Science Auditorium
during the coming week. The subject upon" which Dean Sperry will
speak, on Monday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock, is The Origin and Nature
of Religions. These lectures are being given under the auspices of The
Michigan School of Religion.
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
Will those seniors who are interested in the life insurance business,
please come to room 205, Mason hall, at 4:15, Tuesday afternoon. The
representative of a well known'company will discuss with you the pos-
sibilities offered in this field.
Physical Education for Freshman Women: All students excused.
from Posture work are asked to report to regular classes starting the
week of Monday, January 13.
History III, sections 9 and 10: The assignment for January 14 is
Hyma, pp. 360-389.
Engineering Stadents: The lecture under the joint auspices of the
Student Branch of the A. I. E. E. and the Department of Electrical
Engineering by Mr. A. B. Clark, 1911 E. E. on "The Long Distance Tele-
phone Cable System" will be at 9:00 p. m., Monday; January 13, in Nat-
are cordially ihvitedt to aztend.
Alpha Nu wil meet January 14, ai 7:45 p. m. The program will
consist of "Experiments in Magic" performed by Harvey Wadsworth.
Visitors are invited to :attend this meeting in the Alpha Nu room,
fourth floor of Angell Hall.
Student Council Representative,
Is Elected Treasurer of
PLAN 1931 CONVENTION.
Portia Literary Society: The Portia picture for the Ensian will be Will
taken at Dey's Studio on Monday, January 13, at 12:40 p. m .ard E. Lowry, 30, was una
mously elected treasurer of the Na
The Chamber Music Society of Ann Arbor presents Le Trio in a tional Student Federation of Amer-
concert at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre on Tuesday evening, January ica at the fifth annual Congress
14, at 8:15. which recently concluded its ses-
sions at Leland Stanford univer
Women's Educational Club will meet Monday, Jan. 13, at 4:00, in sity. Lowry, who is treasurer o
the Women's Athletic Bldg. Students of the Correlated Course in Edu-
cation have charge of the program. All girls interested in Education the Student council, was officially
are cordially invited, especially Juniors. Dues are now payable. representing the University at the
- national assemblage of student
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The Women's Research Club will meet Monday, Jan. 13, 13u, a e
7:30 p. in., in room 2116, Natural Science Bldg. Mrs. Ruth Svihla will delegates.
talk on the Distribution of mammals on the north slope of the Uinta Election as treasurer automatic-
'Mts, ally make Lowry a member of the
executive council of the Federation
Faculty Women's Club-Board of Directors will meet Monday at which will make plans for the sixth
:00 p. m., in the Michigan League Building.
annual congress to be held at At-
Book Shelf and Stage Section, Faculty Women's Club: Meeting on lanta, Ga., starting December 29,
Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2:45 p. m., at home of Mrs. G. A. Lindsay, 2015 Day 1930. He will also be an official rep-
St. Mrs. A. J. Hosmer is assistant hostess. resentative of the organization at
Varsity Glee Club: There will be no rehearsals on Monday and the Conferation International Des
Wednesday of this week. They will be held on Tuesday and Thurs- Etudiants next summer at Brussels.
day at 7:15 instead of the regular time. More than 175 delegates repre-
senting 230 educational institutions
Varsity Land: Formation in uniform with marching folios in Yost which are members of the federa-
Field House at 7:15 Monday night for basketball game. Bring coupon tion, were in attendance at - the
books. Morris Hall will be open from 7 to 7:15 and a short time after congress. Problems concerning stu-
the game. dent government, and faculty and
student relations were discussed at
Tai Beta Pi meets Tuesday, January 14, at 6:15 in the Union. the meetings, which last three days.
A complete report of the session
Hillel Foundation: Paul K. J. Feng will address an Open Forum will be presented by Lowry Wednes-
on the "Religions of China," Tuesday evening, January 14, at 7:30 at day at the council meeting.
the Foundation, 615 East University Avenue. The public is invited. Lowry was first elected regional
Campus Organizations which have space in the Michiganensian ;delegate, but resigned this position
must have all pictures taken and cony in to- the Ensian office by Feb- to assume the treasureship. Other
ruary 1. Nothing will be accepted after that date. ward Murrow, of Washington State
college, and and vice-president,
Bowling-University Students: The bowling alleys at the Women's Eleanor Wilson, of Hollins, Virginia,
Athletic Building will be open to both men and women every Monday college. Charles N. Witmer of
and Wednesday evening from 7 to 9 o'clock. 'The fee of 10 cents a Georgia Tech, will be in charge of
string will be charged. Atlanta Congress next winter.
Mimes: Tryouts will be held at Mimes theatre starting Monday,
January 13, at 3:00 o'clock p. m., for men and women wishing to tryout Organ Recital Planned
for "The City" and "Old English." _ __ by Cleveland Musician
NEW AMENDMENT Susumu Kobe to Lead As the season's first guest organ-
ist, Edwin Arthur Kraft, of Trinity
GIVEN APPROVAL Discussion of Japan Cathedral in Cleveland, will ap-
'pear Wednesday afternoon in Hill
ural Science auditorium. The time has been changed from 8:00 p. m. !_Speaking on the subject "Whith- Auditorium.
to 9:00 p. m. because of the conflict with the basket ball game. The (continued From Page l) er Goes Japan,,, Susumu Kobe of His numbers will be divided be-
Electrical Engineering Department expects. all E. E. seniors to attend. the first meeting of the board of tween those which will appeal to
On Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, representatives of the Bell s n Japan will lead the discussion in twee those whi' ap lt
directors in the second semester.; the musician, and those whih will
System will be in room 271 West Engineering building to contact with til aother of the series of weekly interest the public enjoying music
those interested in communication. All future electoral committees will student International Forums to be solely for its entertaining value.
A. D. Moore, C. W. Doane be elected at the same time, and ( held at 4 o'clock this afternon in-
it is possible that it will have a heldato'clokathaernoonhinEle d
Seniors, School of Education: There will be a meeting of all class different faculty and alumni com- the auditorium of Lane hall Dr. Forsythe s ecte
officers including group and committee chairmen, Monday afternoon, positi!n as well as i different stu- Kobe, who is enrolled in the Uni- Head of Medical GrOup
January 13, in room 4017 U. H. S., at 4 o'clock. dent composition. versity as a graduate student, willdetcoiin
Students Retain Control. give a complete analysis of the at- Dr. Warren E. Forsythe, director
Phi Beta Kappa: A special meeting of the Alpha Chapter in Mich- The three student members will', titude of the Japanese people to- of the University Health Service,
igan of Phi Beta Kappa will be held on Wednesday, January 15, at be selected from the six vice-presi- wards the other races of the world was elected president of the Amer-
4:15 p. m., in room 2003 Angell hall. Since some very important mat- dents who were elected by the cam- and will discuss in detail, develop- scan Student Health Association at
ters must be settled at this meeting the members of the Chapter are pus at large from the Literary jments of the eastern question, that the annual convention held in New
urged to be present. school, the engineering school, the has recently attracted world-wide York City, it is announced.
Orma F. Butler, Secretary ! Medical school, the Law school, the attention.
dental school, and one from the
R. 0. T. C. Signal Corps: Pi Tau Pi Sigma is giving a smoker for campus. It has been pointedout
all Signal Corps students, at the Michigan Union Tuesday, January 14, that this method of choosing the FOR THOSE WHO APPRECIATE REAL
at 7:30 p. m. Movieswill be shown of Signal Corps in action in France board of electors will give the stu-
and in summer camp. I dents an indirect control over th HOME-COOKED DINNERS
election of officers.
Graduate Luncheon for Chemical Engineers wrill be held on Tues- When late reports had come ir We invite you to come to
day, January 14, in room 3201 East Engineering Building, yesterday, the number of signers tWy
the petitions which were circulated
Mathematical Club: The January meeting has been postponed to about the campus Wednesday,
Tuesday, January 21. Thursday, and Friday showed a to-
tal of 1,058, but with reports on
The Botanical Seminar will meet Wednesday, January 15, at 4:30, several more petitions that total
room 1139, N. S. Bldg. Paper by B. M. Davis, "The genetics and cytology has been raised to 1,307, considera- Special Sunday Chicken Dinner . . 60c
of a tetraploid sport from Oenothera franciscana." bly more than six times the nun-
ber necessary to bring up the Regular Dinners Served Daily . . 50c
Chemical Engineering Seminar: Mr. Richard Schneidewind will be amendment for a vote. This sup-
the speaker on Monday, January 13, on the subject, "The Metallographic port indicates that the proposition elcThlysrepared Saladsand
Study of Failures of Low Carbon Steels." The meeting will be in room thas an exceedingly wide approval
1042 East Engineering building. of the undergraduate body, it wasi
pointed out by members of the Stu- 41102 S. University Servng Sunday 12 to 10 . m
Society of Industrial Engineers (5 Year Men): A lecture on "Pro- dent council committee which is1US20
duction Control" will be given by Mr. Gordon Lefebvre, Vice-President 1 sponsoring the plan.
many of you probably
made some resolutions
that'll soon follow the
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hopes you all had a
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