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WI; ;E.STh A., ,JANUARY 15, I.1$


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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. mi. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday) _____

Black Quill meeting wvill be held at 4:15. p. m. in the paromof ~o tla rnesBlainTO I
HeenNebrr. R umored Upon Secret MeetLing Fn AoC
Gargoyle Business and Editorial Staffs and Tryrnitq: The Ensia n_______________




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VOL. X14.


No. 78

Engineering Studcnts: All cbi ges from one department to an-
other should be made before January 18. Application cards may be
procured in my offece.I
(.W. Patters;on, Associate Dean

picture ofthtfe entire business staff and editorial staff and tryouts will
be taken this afternoon at Rentschler's Studio at 4:30. Please be there
on time.
Pegasus Riding Society: Meeting at IDeltOa Della Delt2 H1ouse at 3
Thec Nurv;cry Section of the Faculty lc vjxnes Club meets at 8:0O
o'clock, in t1~c Wonmn's Leagu~e buldin;. Dr. A. Luvern Hays, of the
Pediatrics Ist ff of the University lfospitai, will be the speaker.

College of Pharmacy: All students of the College of Pharmacy are
requested to file elections for the, second semester Thursday, January COINING EVENTS
16, or Friday, January 17, in ruoin 250, Ch-riistry and Pharmacy build- Dr. John 'Timothy Stone, of the Pre,3byterilan Theological Seminary,
ing. 'Chicago, will speak in Hill auditorium, Sunday evening, January 19, at
C. C.' Glovcr, Secretary 8 o'clock. The subject will be, "Meeting Today's Problems." Everybody
is welcome.
Couirse Education.1120. Secoxri Seic:ter: Sectioins I and II of Course
EditJion 1B20 for seond s'n~t:vwl be tau hgt by Professor Carroth-
Section V will be t z ,=riL by b1e; .n~mm OI There will be no' University Burcau of Appoinltiinis n T patioiial Iniformnation:
Section VI. The reprcsentative of the Fireman's Fund Insurance Co. (Marine In-
C. 0. Dav'is surance) will be at 201 Mason hal, Thuirscay, for the purpose of inter-
- viewing people interested in his companpy.
Foreign Studenits: All students from owlici'lauhincx'uding Canada,
are invited to the reception given by the Presidcent and the Deanis on Geological amid Geographical Journal Club: There will be a meet-
Friday, January 17, from 8 to 10 o'clock ini the Women's A~thletic build- ing in room. 2054 N. S. at 8 o'clock on Friday evening, January 17. Mr.
ing on Forest Avenue. Individual invitations have been sent out but 1;w S. Carlson will give an illustrated talk' on, "Winter Dog-sledging to
it a.ny foreign students have failed to receive one they are hereby cord- the Inland Ice of Greenland." All interested are cordially invited to
J. A.. C. llildncr
English 45: The assignment for Thursday in Mr. Casady's section
EVENTS TODAYV is Thoreau's "Walden,". Chapters I and II.
_ U1vrrsi ty Lect urae., Professor Ludciwig P ran it I. Professor of Appvlied HosPridnsfthWmesLag:'Thewllbame-
Physics at the University of Gottingcn and Director of. the .Ac)odynamlzic iuePeiet fteWmns ege hr ilb et
Instit-ute: The Laws of Turbulent Fluid Motions," at 4:15 p. in., room ing of House Presidents at 5:00. o'clock Thursday, In the Board of Re-
34 iWest Engineering building. presentative 's room in .the League. All signing out slips must be in.
OrgaRecital'by Edwin Arthur Kraft, guest organist, at 4:15 p. in., Scalp and Blade Members: Tone picture for the 'Ensian will be
in 1Hill auditorium, taken at Rentschler's Studio, 319 E. Huron, Saturday, January 18, at
_____ _____12:30 p. in.
IDean Willard L~. Sperry of thxe Theological S : pool in Harvard Uni-
vers ity is giving a series of lectures this we-ek in the Natural Science! Faculty waomaen's Club: The January meeting of the Faculty W4o-
auditorium. This afternoon, at 4:15, h Nvwill ,peak upon the subject: Imen's club will be held at the Michigan* Union, Thursday, January 10, at
The Religious Spirit and the Scientific Method. Dcan Sperry is here 12:30 p in.
under the auspices of the Alichigzin School of Religion. '..Timtr flltP.tiIh dltiswkFidya;:3
1 Pi c L~Litrntn. SJLtaVt'BanV'tetwil be hed thi week riday -t -:3

C11I AGO, Jan. 14-M yor Wil-'
itm IHale Thompson and the "econ-
: fl_: , f" etion"of 1the city council
i~~t ee 1ul i". , ' li-E'ai ' 21' .i111 today.
The m&~for, ^5 ~in the coiuh-
- eOil wc:'1 u'vile to i pssage on1
Month(_Y 11ight o1 a budget calling
for2t?, c ima - .090 ,000 tlflir
?' 1"?! ?i t iaois andsubstanitiall~y}
t1e Samte "as that vetoed last week
by Mayor 1-Thompson.
..... ....:.....The threat of the mayor's veto
".{ ::::.:.:::power dispelled any air of quiet-
R "iude that might hve followed pas-
Maica Does Tricks
-at Alpha Nix Meeting
... :.:<.. ...:. a ....Harvey Wadsworth provided a'
program of magic before an open
jAs~w v . It', c '"*r I h,/tmeeting of Alpha Nu of Kappa Phi
Prnes ivaiaol14, n lii oisL~ofBug'u. Sigmna last night. 'Wadsworth, an
Prices iovnnaof-t_'y-ndKing Bri-li-ofBugara' accomplished magician,_was assisti-
Deaf Mute Talks Way
F r o m C o u r t I n t o J la i l ' 4rT HE!S I S DUE ?,SA F R N I C , J n C o o t u s f r E pt 'T y i g a d Bd n g
deaf mute who appears in tep o et sfrE pr yigadDnig
lice court of Judge George J tl Mistakes in Punctuation and Spelling
ger should make it a point to re- !~ corrected in copying.
mnember that silence is golden. Ed 1
Quinn for got. -
IQuinn was tried for petty theft. Vfl
"He's s guilty all right," remnarke.d UA iII 0 Iff
the judge to a bailiff, "but I dis-
Th eingcadeaidmtetjage. "::"



A.0Colectio n of Silts and Cotl.nn I 'rilus icy American (I signiers and
muanufacturers is now hzung. in the It rg(! exhibition room, third floor
Architecture building. Open daily, except Sundays, from 9 to 5 o'clock.
Tjere is also a collection of studies by students of the New York School
of Applied Design. Visitors are cordially welcome.

o'clock in the Women's League building. Dr. E. C. Case will give the
address. All members are urged to attend. Send reservations to Evelyn
Dressel, Botany Dept., Natural Science .Bldg., or phone 7259.

l1 Circolo Italianao group pict-ur e

I 'Thursday at Dicys Suuiu.
hi Bctsa Kajppa: A special meeting of the Alpha Chapter in Mich-I
igan of Phi Betsa Kapavil be held at 4:15 p. n., in room 2003 Aiigell'
hall. Since some very imiportaint matters must be settled at thismetn Glider Sectiion,: Carl Fritehie,
the members of the Chapter are urged to be present. if vice presidenlt- of the Detroit Air- raFBulSeety
OrmaF. Btle, Seretry caftDevelopment corporation will,
Hoinors Group in Political Scieuece 31: This group will meet as usual address a. Glider, section meeting at!
tonight at,7:15 in the Women's Leo.;ue building. 7:30 o'clock tonight in 348, W. Eng.

Chemistry 3-1 make-up examination at 4:00 p. . m., in room 4101
Chemntistry building.
Orchesis aji( Character Dancig Orchiesis will'eet ini the Wo-
mena'.s Athletic building at 7:30 p. in. The-, character dance class will
meet in the .iame building at 8:30 p. in.
T~he Botanical Seminar meets a~t 4:30 p). in., roomi 11:39, N. S.. Bldg.
Paper by B. M. Davis, "The genetics and cytology of a- tetraploid sport
from Ocnothera franciscana."
Aeronautical Society meets at 7:30 p. mn. in room 348 WV. Engineering
building. Mr. Carl B. Fritsche, Pros., Aircraft Development Division,
Detroit Aircraft Corporation wvill give an illustrated lecture oil the De-
velopmnent of the All-Metal Dirigible.
Cerele Francais: There will be an important meeting of all new
members at 4:00 in 408 B.. L. Plans for several short plays will be
Engineering Debate Club meets tonight at Michig an Union at 7:15F p.
xis.. with the regular schedule.I

Oil "The Future of the Al-Metal'
Dirigible." There will be a meet-
ing of the section immediately aft-
Robert, B. Evans, president

will bae taken at 4:15 o'clock on
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