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Ti-iL MICHIGAN DAILY flff4AY. ~!AN~A~Y fl, 13~

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. mn. (11:30 a. m. Saturday)____
VOL. XL. FRIDAY, JANUtARY 17, 1930 No. 80
French Lecture: Professor Andre Morize of Harvard University will
give the first lecture on the Cercle Francais program Thursday, January
23, at 4:15 o'clck, in Natural Science auditorium on "L'Esprit de Vol-
Eni.n t

j Conference De ga s1
, Encounter Bad Weather ,[MNO
Jan. 1G.-This ship, carrying the f
9T [ -SAmecrican delegation to the L ondon'
naval cnfe:-ence. before dawn to-'
day ran head-on into a gale with[O CA /N SSi I
the wind .blowing 80 miles an hour.
Giant seas smashed port holes,' Makes Inquiries to Determine if
mounted the decks and cut the: Southern Negro Activities
speed of the boat to 10 knots an' Need Financial Help.


'L'Esprit de Voltaire'
as Topic for First'
of Series.




faire. - 1:V _
Tickets for the series of lectures and play may be procured from,' The heavy weather upset the DETROIT MAN IS PRESENT
the Secretary of the Department of Romance Languages {room 112, ,O-; tIns of Capt. A. E. Randall to"
mance Language Bldg;.) or at thc door. b rhhssi tPyot aet-I Gvrmn l-° motn
ReneTalaon night; it is now not expected to! Role in Financing Educational
EUngineering Studenits. All chailg(z from11 one departmiient to all- ' each Plymouth until early Friday- Institutions.
other should be made before .amtary 1U. Appiccttioi cards may be rnflnr 1n t' The d&iete' :ioin will take'

Prof. Andre Morize, of the ro-
mance languages department at
,Harvard University, will open the
twenty-sec~ond annual lecture series
of the Cercle Francais. HeI will ap-
near Januwary 23, and will spear, in
IFrench, on the subject of "L'Esprit'


prcrdi yoffice. Den a ti tn immdtly for London,! Dean J. B. Edmonson returned d
(A dt~ ,Assocate "iv tei bot2p, m.yesterday from Washington where ,..1 * ..M. AE
EVENTS TODAY_^---! he was three days in attendance at ; gan ca.
A Collection of Silk and Cotton Prints by Amheric~.n designers andC ld \arT'. D lay meetings in which the activities ot v " " p ? a; o h
manufacturers is now hung in the largeexhibition room, thidQ Delays;the fdrlgvrmn nthe onithd
Architecture building. Open daily, except Sundays, from 9 to 5 o'clock. Axn'ti itft feainwrediscused.e isr F
There is also a collection of studies by sudent~s of the New York School Inadto otedicsino/tts
of -p-- D--.Viio~ aecrdal eloe CREAT FALLS, Montana, Jan. 16 the meetings of the committees ;ta... cming
ArEhiiro htorph n for lnso evny hrheIn- Dean Edmonson gave over a part : "**~the re
1 .A ny fles from Selridge FieldTe
tared in the Nation Wide Church B3ildin' Competition of the Christian Michigan, today agreed that Mon-o i tyatteCpiolt atc
i rl snwbigsoni h rudforgleyo h rh-tana and North Dakota had to- pation in an inquiry the purpose ofj Associated Press Phot c are
HeadiIo en hw ntegon lo alr fteAc-cm which was to determine whether I \X ould- .e robbers recently dynamited a pay car o the Glen Alden cner
tecura BuldigBromiltd5n'clckJanary159ot1. Oen o'telpiedwit thadeirerofthewarthre as8ny utsandngteedCoaecopalielcatdwnarhilts-erredPeniyvana.oourmenwer arar
public. deatetiaiigteAtc for more liberal financial support klen w teswr nue urn h xlso.Sm fteo r
patrol to test winter flying equip- Ifo h gvrmnkt sit ilweckage iso sh sw r abovdri h epoio.Smeo efFe iss
Dean Willard L. Sperry of the Theolo ical School in Harvard Uni-, ment in the "front yard of the fo the dctinofenmnegroskge insonthoe dis_ ______-o cs
versty will deliver his final lecture of the :'cis which he has been giv- Arctic." Suh
in uinder the auspices of the Michigan School of Religion this after- After a day of North Pole weath- Conietwt hsdsusoStudent Artist Makes Mercy Hospital Swep7'Jt tnd sr
g I oincden wit thi dicussongiven 1
noon, at 4:15 In the Natural Scicne auditorium. The :subject of this r which caused six of the seven I Dean Edmonson stated, came con- rwng{o Enin E ryC icge vrsity.
address is. "Religion and Churches." ships of the fleet which left the siderations of the questions of I______frr~sa ' yE ry hcgoFr
Igon totrbakMa.Rlhgreater equalization of educational (-y ______ ture;Mss 0
Doctor James 8. Conant, Professor of Organic Chemistry at Harvard Royce, commanding officer, an-+ facilities for the rural communities j CWanHIaC'0Aha ut "AsOa. 1.-re sweptrms
University, will present a lecture under the joint auspices of the Univer- .nounced again that, weather con- in both northern and southern dis-? completedi a very elaborate pencil CIAO a.1.Fr wp oa
sity and the local section of the, American Chemical Society, at 4:15 ditions permitting, he would take tricts. sketch embodying the names of the the basement of Mercy hospitals -
p. m in room 303 Chemistry building. His topi;: will be "Some General off with his squad today in an at- The government, Dean Edmonson "" '~rso h Mcia catrearly today, alarming many of the P
Conidraton Cn~crnngOxiatonReatins. tmp tocrssthecotientl i-said, provides, by means of finan of Tu Sigma Delta, honorary a- 350 patients and resulting in six
vide and reach Kalispell, the last + ial support, for a large amount of' l .firemen being overcome by fumes We hatn
Foreign StudenV;: All students from other lands, including Canada, stop before Spokane, western ter-, ertain kinds of education in many chitecturial fraternity, for the L'n-; fro-m burning paint. Reminj
are invited to the reception, given by the President and the Deans I minus of the test flight. parts of the United States. Not olysa. The names are done on a While firemen were extinguish- iCrn
8rm to 10 o'clock in the Women's:Athletic building on Forest avenue. Reinforced by tmeaue do they maintain schools and c'- background 01 a design smoi of igtefae eo ussmvd!Corna
Individual invitations have been sent out but if any foreign students I ranging from 15 to more than 30 leges in federally owned territories,I inspiring architectural form and slnl hog h optlros
have failed to receive one they are hereby cordially invited, (degrees below zero, the continental but they also provide the means' into whlich the words Ta Sga rstoleny ithroghtheashotal roos,
divide stood an'effective barrier for I for vocationlal schools of specific Delta and also the inignia of thei.,r to remove any patients. 314 So
Geological and Geographical Journal Club: There will be a meet-" all but, one ship of the Arctic patrol.I kinds, organization, have been worked. ____ __
Ig in roam 2054 N. S. at 8 o'clock this evening. Mr. W. S. Carson Lieut. P. E. Shtannahan, piloting( Dean Edmonson isa member of, Mead is doing in additiona ser- J.".E.JiJJr~ ~ret.7
will give an illustrated talk on "Winter Dog-sledging to the Inlandi transport plane 22, carrying nine the National Council on Education'1i.s 0f eight etchings for the section MERRILL, LYNCI
Ice of Greenland." mechanics, flew from Havre, Mont., which was appointed by Secretary! pages of the 'nsan. Alexis Lap-Mebr
Brc ur ofeec:Rgsrain o h BueCryCn to Kalispell. There he declared he! Wilbur to make a study of the pol- eff, ' MA., has designed a doble NMembork sc c
willce Curvailablne e gatstratins for thefe e ri nuesencotintered the worst flying condi- !ies which have been followed by page drawing for the 'Ensia n for e okSokEc
/erenc wbe aviblt Lane hal clay. Regstration t nlue ions of his experience. the government both in the past the Achitectural soiety. Chicago Stock Excha
the cost of the banquet to be given < at 6:30 this evening. The original fleet of 22 ships that and in the presentaonditionkinExch.
left Slfride Fied las Fridy areClevrelppordoStockicaEeduc
All Faculty Men are invited to participate in rifle matches at R. O. lfctet e ed 130las frid retir suporrt o fomaern e dtin.The council, Dear. Ed- Detroit Stock lExchan
T. C. building at 7:30 p. i. front. Thirteen pursuit shils still finding of their research, recom-' monson stated, is carrying on all New York Curb Mark
Le Cerele Franca's meet for a- shor are here, three pursuit ships andI mendations for future policies in its research and discussion func- consCrie nCnev
LeCrl Faci:Will the following members me oras ortIoe transport are at Havre, one !the matter. tions under the direction ofIDr.AcutIare nCnev
time In room 408 R. L., at 4:00 p. in. to arrange rehearsals: Dorothy Beck, pursuit ship is at Ilosey ranch, 70 There are, on. the council, two Suzzallo, who was formerly pre ;i- ti 2 1~'r N t B n
Hildegarde Scheurren, Kathleen O'Brien. Burdette Bradley, Chester Gula,+ miles from Great Falls, two trans-! members from the State of Michi- dent.201thFirsterstatofl Bank,
Robert Duval, R. Payne, Phtineas Wright. ports are at Minto, N. D., and one ga: Dean Edmonson and Superin- ton in Seattle. rs7 > o nc c < c
amsONil trailsport each at Amas, Mich.,+ tend Frank Cody on the Detrc~ t i(_
and Wausau,. Wis. Public School Board make up he'
Craftsmen: Note change in schedule this week. Meeting tonight _ _ _
A 1new course of 10 lessons is just starting. Beginners as well as' Building. New York Listed
a7:0p"i. because of game Saturday. Also meet Sunday at 2:30 forl former pupils are eligible. There is still room for afewmoe n ac!
Rentschler's Sunday, January 19, at 10:00 a- mn. Everybody out! -^ ___(1)
International Forum: Mr. Howard B. Calderwood of the Political Consrvaiv/"'1rgi
COMING EVENTS1 Science department will lead an informal discussion on "The Problems' acusSl
Dr. John Timothy Stone, of the Presbyterian Theological Seminary,1 of Minorities and Mandates in the League of Nations" on Sunday, Jan- I ccoun:S ol cited
Chicago, will speak in Hill auditorium, Sunday evening, January 19, at iuary 19, at 4:00 p. i. in Lane hall. All cordially invited.o
8 o'clock. The subject will be, "Meeting Today's Problemts." Everybody
itwecoea heregular meeting of the Ann Arbor Branch of the American Tcand his
is welcome.socition of University Women will be held in the ballroom of the 1 37 n i
Faculty, School of Education: A staff luncheon will be heldi at the Michigan League building at o'clock, Saturday afternoon, JRaWuaryS &1C,
J&IlanaFauelty deingo b dyteo tJ a dmini20 rative:0ocommiTtee r1, . Fe lak uliiyMnae f h od oo omay N-C RE&C 1N GI H,1
fact that a Senate meeting is called for the afternoon of January 20. Mr. Black was formerly one of the editors of the Dearborn Indepen- Investment Scurities
dent and speaks from a wide and varied experience. I Ann Arbor Trust Bldg.
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information: ;rtFor C M N
There wil be a meeting for prospective Master and Ph.D. degree cand- The Cosmopolitan Club: Members, desiring to go for the Sleigh
datetintrestdeincollge oiunicrliyegechor, Saurdaemoningatteidecartyon FidayuJanary 4,owathngperittngiill leastmak!n__F--- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- --- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- --make-
10:15, in room 205 -Mason hall. The Bucau would like to inform thej reservations with the Social Chairman, Ewe Cheong, at once. Meet in
students of the opportunities offered. Dean G. Carl H-uber of the Grad- Lane hall at 7:30 p. i. T eL daM n es
uate ,School will addressthe grow,). I___ther_____ - TheDLydiaorNAendeAs
T. Lthe PuromDiretor I Michigan Dames Club will meet Monday, Jan. 20, at 8:00 o'clock, in'
---- Ithe Cave room of the League building. Mrs. Louis C. Karpinski will
Children's Ithythm Classes: Children's Rhythm Classes will meet; give a demonstrated talk on her tour of Spain at this meeting. A large 1I SUNDAY, JANU
as usual Saturday morning at 10 and 11 o'clock at the Women's Athletic ( attendance is desired. -
_ --_-- - - -- IMONDAY, JANL
Grn 'sAre offered at our BARGAIN WEEKDI Wffles Rpror c
SATUDAYY130 SA E IGriddle Cakes
NIGHT IALE; AEveryman, Twe
Park Plan Some Standard Works in Sets and otherwise atI Specialty j
Men 25c 1-4, 1-3 and 1-2 off9 and Hany
Ladiek FreeI Felt Goods, Brief Cases and Stationery at Greatly
Music by tie Reduced Prices- WNE Mail orders now b(
- "eaconrs"9910A1QTNIVERSDITY
As presented by ! _ _ _.pa I - Box Office Opens J

orize is known to the Michi-
tip us, having spoken here
lecture program last ,year.
eputed to be the nost pop-
ench lecturer in the Unte.
He is a native of France
to Harvard at the close of
cent war.
>e public lectures of the Cer-
open to all students of the
sity, and townspeople who
terested in hearing problems,
snch language and culture
,ed in French. There is a fee
snts that entitles one to -at-
x lectures and a French play
by the student of the Uni-
*Subscriptions to the lec-
>ries can be purchased from
ttilie Davis, room 112 of the
ce language building.
ve~ all mnake, t:
ton, Royals,
:d duco finishes. Prie $0.
udi State St. Phone 6613
ative Margin
Phone 4294
sohn Theatre
ARY 26
luding 71
Ifth Night
ming filled.a
anuary 22

Sid Bryant and Gene B O T E II0et$.0$.O
MicI an Lea

p1.509. $1.00







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