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M-11-C RIG AN 'DA I-L Y

Ti1H.ti1>AY. JANTIARV fib' In n

TH IHGA AL

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M a h m t c t f , C l e e o i e a u e ci n e n h r s e k h e t g m il e p a e n T u s a , J n a y 1 , a .i T
Threre will be a meeting of those members of the imathena tics stair :00 p. in.
M fUt a igfthea c orstf, e ofhe Litera r lee, 4 pien 3an1theA rt: we. T e net g m 11.pae n Thrdy a ury 1,a a t
80A L E L II [e1h1gfistyarc11c h thitray olee,4P.__300..11_ Cerle Fratrais: There will be an important meeting of all new M Co
Poleation in the 13ii1lJetin is eop truetive notirce to ll members 1 University Bureau of ApointberssWednesdayiJan.u15,Tato4:04tiIn:408pR,.vL.wilansefor severai
ofteUniversity. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi- !Will those seniors who are interestedl in the life Insurance business,!hr laa ilbedsusd
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. in. Saturday) please come to room 205 Mason hall, at 4:15, Tuesday afternoon. TheI WASH
representative of a well known compyany mill discuss with. you the pos- ! House Presidents of the Women' s Leaue: There will1 be a meet-
VOL. XL. TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1930 No. 77 sibilitics offeredi in this field. ing of House Presidents at 5:00 o'clock Thursday ,in the Board of Re- J '. i
~ °---- -- - -- j ..I present tive's room in the League. All signing out slips must~ be in. s mak
NOTICES -buisinessi Administration 111: M. D. W_. Springer, Secretory of the ;wr'd rec
American Society of Certified Public Accountants, 7,'111 talk to students Scabbard and Bade will meet in the Michigan Union Wednesday wbt0 wil
Positions and Felowships: There is coming to the attention of thel in accounting in room 207 ft'appan hail at 1:00 p. m evening. oaho
Sociology Depatment notice of fellowships and scholarships offered to _ -- -xl ho
advanced students by various inattlions: University of Chicago, Bryn{ Junior , rnes olyBalTa:r~cfnl aewl epae The Nursery Section of the Faculty Wvomen'Yz C ub will mct XWed-DrFi
Mawr College and others. Student-s in sociology contemplating ad- tonight at 7:30. Everyone is requested,1.0 be on the court at 7:15. nesda , Jan. 15, at 8:00 o'clock, in the Womens ILeaue l idinu,. ..fr. i pfy
___IA. Luvern Hays, of the Pediatrics staf of the University 1lospital, will "cmot
vanced work would do well to cons ier such opportunities. --- be the speaker. go h
Also a few positions In social service work are open at this time of I Graduate Luncheon for Chemical Engineers will b-- held in room good_ ____
th erfrsuet h r rdatn nFburIsol ega 321 Eas itern uidn. _ _fDr. us
the~~~~~ yerfrsuet!h r rdaigi eray hudb ld ~ at"niern ulig Mimes: Tryouts will be held at Mimes theatre today ac 3:00 o'clock1
to talk with students on these matters during my office hours, Friday, fre" men and women wishing to tryout for "The City" and "Old Englih." justice I
Chemical Engineers and Chemists: Dr.F. W. Sullivan, of the Stan- Huh( Clancy, President t-'atmn
2-4, or at other times by a r:angcment. A.l ~o ard Oil Company of Indiana, will be in room 2028 East Engineering I----------cddh
_ ~building today to interview seniors and graduate students for provisions Comedy Club: Tryouts for the next play will be held Thursday lnight fo
Cleeo hrnny Al teitofteCollege of Phrayaewt htcmay afternoon in room 203 University hal.
req tl N sted to file cecutoou; for i; ., a aa c ucs e h r ~ a . .h t~ v I,,. ... .

Will Go South;
ndition fJmnprovc I
.INGTON,; Jan. 13.-Chilef
c William Howard Taft
'in rapid pro ress to0-
overy from bladder trou-
!h caused him to go to) a,;
pital last Tuesday.
'antis 1-a ugar, his atted -
ician, said hle was rest;ing;
bly and was in "pretty
)pe."
ngar added that the chief
hias repsonded so well to
it that it was defllnit ,ly dc-
could leave here Tuiesday
rAsheville. N. C.., where lit
for sevor'al weeks.

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16, or Friday, January 17, iii roo ;,.a25)0, Cheicistry and Pharmiacy build-
C.C. Glover, Secretary
Faculty, Schoa', of lEduca.iort: A stailllucheon will be held. at the
Michigan League building on I\ondd~y, January 20, at 12:00 o'clock. The
January Faculty meeting, by vote of the Administrative Committee,
wvill be held at this same time. This change is made because of the!
fact that P. Senate imeeting is called for the afternoon of January.20.
C. 0. Davis

T be UiIversity Girls ' c.ita ii Xrll have EI asiaji plicture taken at!
E:30 p. in. at Speddigs'. Rchearsal will bie held at 7:30. Girls please
come in Formal.

The Board of Directors and the Judiciary Council of the Women's
League will meet at 12 o'clock in Dey's Studio for group pictures.
. Alpha Nu meets at 7:45 p. mn. The program will consist of "Experi-
nments in Magic" performed by Harvey Wadsworth. Visitors are invited{
to attend this meeting in the Alpha Nu room, fourth floor of Angell
hall.

HAGUE COFREC
TO CONSIDER DEBTi
American Delegation Nominates
AMen Suitable for Heading

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couse u~uctiaon hil, 5eonu cl inesiter: Sections I and IT of Course ,.. . "+ Portia Literary Society: The Athena-Portia debate will be held at Itrltn~ ~l.
Education B20 for second semester will be taught by Professor Carroth- 8:00 o'clock. Business meeting at 7:30 o'clock. T D P O N LN
ere,. Section V will be taught by Dean Edruonson. There will be no'TOA PT14 N PL ;
Section VI. Michig anensian business Staff meeting at 4 .m. Tebsns ThHGEJa.1-heec
C. . Davis staff pictures at 3:45"'p. M.
and Hague conference on applica-E
Stuents hn Colleges of Engineering and Architecture: All students Tau Beta Pi meets at 6:15 in the Union.-! tion of the Young plan fo repar-
in these Colleges who art- taking courses ether th~an Geology and Eco- _ ations entered its final phase today.'
iiomics in the College of Litr-Ature, Science, and the Arts are requested' Pi Tau Pi Sigma: Members meet il Tap room at 6:00 p. in. in full There were three meetings-of the
to call at the Secretary'.s Office. 26:1 West, Enginee:ring' Building, at once, uniform. !committee of bankers which drew
Loui~j A. Hopkins, Secreta ry f' up the statutes for the internation-
--Tau Beta Pi Picture to be taken at 5:30 at Seddings'. ,a' 1 bank, of the inviting powers and
University Womeni: All women Stuihjnts who intend to chiange Germany with reference to military
houses at the enld of ,his senet r should advise the house head and j HilOelFundation: Paul K. J. Feng v:ill address an Open Forum !sanctions or guarantees of German:
the office of Advisers of this hitevitiom-i bci'tre Monday, January 20 ("four on the "Religions of China," at 7:30 p. ni., at the Foundation, 615 East I paymlents, and of the committee;
weeks before the beginning of the second semester") University Avenue.( handling the eastern reparations.
--Grace Richards -autyAumiDac:-h s-nddnc f-h-Fclt lun' The members of the bankers
IlacftyAluni anc: Te sconddane o th Fault Almnicommittee arrived Sunday. Melvir
I1";ay Competition: Manuscripts submitted to the one-act, play coin- Dance series will be held at the Michigan Union at 9:00 o'clock. Series IA. Traylor of Chicago and Jackson
petition may be called for at thec Rhetoric 0111lcc, 3222 Angell h all. 1 tickets or single admissions 'may be purchased at the door. ;E. Reynolds of New York submitted w
! ent oeFohFoi on~tc etn:G~dhP'no h ~onnsthe names of five Americans as !
S. C A. abint* Te Cainetpictre wll b takn ths afernon [Laguebuiling roli Comitte Meeing:Gwrdihsuitableth Woon'stheitbpeesr teencyidofy theh
S .ACbit:TeCbntpicuewl'etknti feno Lagebidn at 8:00 p. in. ! iternational bank. Neither would
at 5 o'clock at the Spedding Studio. There will be a dinner and meeting - OJGEET give any indication as to identitys
following-. ohna E. Wecbster, .resident Phi Beta Kappa: A specitl meting of the Alpha Chapter in Mich-oftemnheinirsd
inof Phi Beta Kappa, will be held on Wdnesay, January 15, at Itwas understood that at meet-
rf'.4 apuA Orgamizatioiis which, h ave space in (lhe Mihiganlensian 4:15 p. in., in room 2003 Angell hall.- Since eome ~very important feat- i igs Sunday of the - rec, Ge-
must have all pictures taken mni copy in to the Ensianl office by Feb- ters must be settled at this meeting- the members of.- the Chapter ar man and( other large powers, that
ruary 1. Notipg will be accepted after that date. ! urged to be present. questions outstanding before adopt-
-- - rma . BulerSccrtary ion of the Young plan were almost!
Foreign-.S1udents: All suet fromi other lands, including Canada,1 1rn .Bter ertr eted hr a opris
are invited to 1the reception ivenh by the President and the Dean; on Eniglishi 13.: Reports are due inl the oflc~ of the Entiglish Depart-;onl the date of payment of the
Friday, January 17, in the W';omie's Atqlei~ic 'tluilcing on Forest A~venlue. anent Monday, February 3. ;mothy portions of the annuitis,
Indi'vidiual invitations have becn seit out but if any forei.gn students " J. R. Reinhaird. 1 by which Germany was to pay on
have failed to receive onie they are hereby cordially invited, the fifteenth of each month a por-j
J. A. C. hltildner Z Aroniautical Society will meet Wednesday, Jan. 15, at- 7:30 p. i. n tion and deposit a part of the-
room 348 W. Eng. Bldg. Mr. Carl B. ,Fritsche, Pres., Aircraft Develop-motlalteninhentn-
EVETS ODA met DvisonDetoitAircraft Cororationr will, give an Illustrated lee- tional bank where it would work
University Leccture: Professor Ludwig Prandtl, Professor of Applied, tore on the Development of 'the All-Metal Dirigible. for the good of all.
Physics at the University of Gottingen and Director of the Aerodyna- D.1TamrShchpeieto
mic Institute: "Flow of Gases with Velocities above Velocity of Sound" ! Junior Engineers' Blasketball Team: There will be no practice this 'the Reiciisbank, arrived toav "n
at 4:15 p. in., room 348 West Engineering building. _______________loin the German delegationi.
DaWiarL.I ADELPII NOMINATES 'TONIGHT ____________'
enWllrL.Sperry, of the Theological School in Harvard Un- IME RRILL, LYNCH ,& CO.
versity, who is giving a series of lecture-s this week under the auspices Nominations for Oficers for next 1
of the Michiganl School of Religion, will speak this afternoon at 4:15 semester will be held at the weekly Members
in the Natural Science auditorium, upon the subject: The Delinze of mzeetinlg of thc Adephi ouse of Now York Stock Exchzange
Religionls. I Representatives at 7:30 o'clock to-CioStc xh e
School of Education Assembly: There will be anl assembly of stu- fourth floor of Angell hall. All mcm- Cleveland Stock Exchang
dent~s and faculty of the School of Education in the University Hig h Ihers arc urged to be present On Detroit Stock Exchang
School auditorium at 4:10- on Tuesday, January 14. The tograinl willI time. There will be o upn. umet-ewYr Cr Mre
be presented by students who lire riirolierl in the Correlated Counrye!ing I I li w'ee. The clectioI)5 will be Nw x ~ihMre
In Rducation. The speak~ers are Sar aii F'rances Orr, Chaira, b[.ar! hold onmne, ''ie'sda~y. Acounts Carr d on Conervative Margin +
Ligle, Helen. (Tr, Martlz ha JOH]S fl, Ma i wjon Wdina,A. J. Val Kr'im- .----irs-Nat'lBank lri 4
Jen, E vin CItcwart and J.1l"o-'- M' t r. All thos-e. ii201errstteat Phon 429
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men c e 01C rowleci, are now so pop-
students, a-re urged to be pr 1,11 I m nuual assembly. ilrta rnhwiesaecam
The Chamber Mlusic Society of Anni Arbor presents Le 'I'rio Morgan IIng they originated in France. A
inx a concert at the lydia Menlccssohln Therlatre at 8:-15 p. im. newspaper writer says that Mary
---- -de Meclicis, famous queen who kept
s -enanlrar-eu.Mstd ~i ae lc a well stockedc poison cabinet, is the
room 2X01, Univer ity hail. - Mi ,~ re gdi henokte.odr
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James' palace, where the confer- :ale", italMaks
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