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as a Factor in the Business Cycle in America" Staff members and grad- ( Auto show. I'tiii
OF ~uate students in Economics and Business Administration are cordially Transportation thrmiugh courtesy of American Car and Foundry
DA L!OF CI L BU L TI invited to attend._ _ _ Motors Company.
FICIAL. ULLETINDate-Wednesday, January 22. 1930.:c
Pubictio ' Leave Ann Arbor i Eng. Arch by A. C. F. Bus) ...8:00a. .
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi- ; Till present the following films in the Natural Science auditorium at Arv tCrse ln OkadAeu~.. ..:0a.rn
dlent util 3:0hp.ulem. is(11:30 a. m. Satuday) tc oalmmes 4:05 p.m. rnPcue:Th colo uies diitainArrive A. C. F<. Plant (5718 Russell)...................2:00 p. in.
VOL. XL. TUESDAY, JANUJARY 21, 1930 No. 83h Fdraie;reSytm Arrive at Auto Show....... ................... 4:30 p. in
______________-__________ The Man at the Throttle. Arrive at Society o Automotive Engineers Meeting ...8:00 p. rn a
-- - -The Story of Compressed Air.ev eri,(okCailcHtlb .C F u)..1:0p n-
NOTICES The Story of a Can of Salmon. LaG etroinameoon tadels t.Se HldA.GiF.Bs, ro .o 30 p, m.e-
Instructors and Assistants: It will be very much apreciated if the All persons interested are invited to attend. iGAnexyorrao essrt. Se earGiso, room 101 Engineerin-nnx
fwemiigquestionnaires as to the duties of Instructors and Assis .-___nexrrfesr_.E.L_,yrom11_ nineinnnx
'tants, which are still outstanding, may be filled out and returned to Student registration for the Michigan Engineering Conference will ! &a~eCu il etWdedyJn 2,a :1 nro 0
the Pesidet's oom, Univrsit hall thisweek take place at the registration desk on the second floor of the West P xc a
Aexander G. Ruthiven .-IomanLa nguages building. Mr. Chas. Koela will speak on C. F
Enigineering building, Tuesday and Wednesday, January 21 and 22. All ;. u-h aigo nEi.Po. .E oili ilseko
--"- °"- ;:s~~~tudents intending to attend the conference are requested to register !Mexico: an h anysisan apc.nstrctiv E.uggesiln. wl peko
Prospective Camp Leaders: The Student Christian Association is in Iaf this time to Insure themselves of reserved seats. Th1 :egistration lexr alyianacosutvesngto.
touch with a number of summeinr boys' camrps which use studeint leades i ice will be payable at the time of rcpYi, t rlin.
and, counsellors. Men who are intersted in this wor: are asked to fillU~ins hr itb etn o l ebr ensa fe
out application blanks it Lane hail and we will endeavor to put them fnoni te t'here wl batmein f l5:00.~ Wdesa atr
in touch with camp directors. Senior Mechanical Engineers: Mr. E. M. Billings of the Eastman_____-
Chester C. Bennett, Asst. Secy i Kodak Company of Rochester, New Yfork, will be in room 221 West
Engineering building for the purpose of interviewing senior mechanical: Research Club will meet in room 2528 East Medical building on-
Oriental Women: Beginning this~ week the Garden room in theI engineers. It would be advisable for any February or June graduates Wednesday, January 22, at 8 p. mn. The following papers will be pre- ;
League building will be reserved for the use. of the Oriental WomenI who have not definitely decided upon a position to talk with Mr. sented:-
on Tuesdays and Thursdays, fromt 4 to 6 p. in., and on Sundays from Billings. Professor D. D. McLaughlin, Variable Stars.
7 to 9p m.j Professor J E. Dunlap, A New Interpretation of Caesar's Final ?
_____Battle with the Helvetians. f
Cercie Francais: Alt members who have paid their dues may obtain Lrest ArchtctrlCuldbiecng.mes t3oclc nsudoo h A meeting of the Council will be held in room 13 A. 1. at 4:30 p. in
tickets for the Lecture series in the office of the Romance Languages
department. The Men's Education Club will meet in the Michigan Union, Wed- .
Mathematical Club: The January meeting will be held at 3:00 p. in.I nescday, January 22, room X04, at 7:15. The program will be presentedl
Scabbard and Blade picture on approval at Military department, may ion room 3201 Angell hall. Professor A. H. Copeland will present a paper !by men who are enrolled in the Correlated Course in Education. This
be seen until Thursday. on "Applications of Point Set Theory to Probability." Everyone inter' meeting will afford a real opportunity to get acquainted with the -
ested is cordially invited to attend. methods employed in this new Correlated Course. All men are cor-
IUniversity Loan Committee: The University Loan Committewildally invitedewilj.y
meet on Wednesday, January 22. at 2 p. m., in room 2, University hal.I Presscott Club: Dr. George F. Cartland of the Upjohn Company of
All applicants for ^loans should tal at the office of the Dean of Kalamazoo will address the lbtdya h ihgnLauo " UinEeuie Clubciltmeey atth Michigan Lege nUinEeuieCuclmesa ihgnUnionn onWednesday Suet o~napitetwt h omte.terslso eetrsac oko o ie i.a :5
J. A. Bu rsley, Chairman - -- -- -------- - -- *- - - -______ ___
- --- The Adelphi House of Representatives will hold the last meeting
EVENTS TODAY !of the semester at 7:30 o'clock tonight in the Adelphi room. Officers 'i
A Collection of Silk and Cotton Prints. by American desioners and !for next semester will be elected."[
manufacturers is now hung in the large exhibition room, third floor jF ae nte
Architecture building. Open daily, except Sundavs, from 9 to 5 o'clock.? Athena meets tonight at Michigan League Bldg. A short businessj
There is also a collection of studies byv students of the New York School meeting, will be followed by a party. Meet In lobby at 7:45 p. in.
of Applied Design. Vi.stors ar e cordially welcome. -
-- Frosh Frolic Committee Meeting at 8:00 p. in. in Garden room, of,
Illustrated Lecture: Pa1ul LeOavi an, Cnieicf Engineer of French Na- the Michigan League building. rt
tional Highways and Professor of Highway Engineering at the National S r rte
School of Roads and Bridges in Paris. will give an illustrated lecture, Adelphi House of Representatives elections tonight at 7:30.1
in English, on the Roads of France at 7:30 p. in.. in Natural Science aud-j COMING EVENTS'II
torturn, This lecture will be popular rather than technical and open IM. E 15, M. E. 29, Al. E. 30, At. E. 31, M. E. 32: Inspection trip through just a few dy left for {
to the public. I the Chrysler automobile and the A. C. F. bus plants and the Detroit daypSttns.
Student's Recita~l by Iayinrond ! "'°"'..IIIIIIUI'"IJIIIIIIl tItlI;1;i" 'ii ° 'Appitmns should be -.
Mopianist, at 8:15 p. in., School ; E RL.,L NC C04a
of Music auditorium. IMemnbers sallNewnueruh
Seio-ngner:New York Stock -Exchansgmeut rsh
SeirEniersdlss esCiag tckEcane cANY PCTURE LOOKS.BETTER FRAMED.
will be collected this afternoon and' CcgoSckEcng
' Wednesday, afternoon from :30 to CvtevelaiiStck Stock Exchange ae t u a t~ OUR AIRTIGHT METHOD KEEPS THEM NEW.
5:00 p. m. at the desk onl the sc- DtotSokEcag
ond floor of the West Engineering, New York Curb Market
building._ Accounts Carried on Conservative Margie P CA
Physics Colloquium: Dr. S. B. In-' 5 201 First Nat'l Bank Phone 4294 = Lunch . .. 40c
grant will speak on "Recomnbina- :y, yC IC"Clo*~r.Y.tlG rYd..=../ vand * Y'~''
tion spectra and the Photo-electrici Dinner . 40c STUDIO 334 SO UTH STATE STREET POE53
Ionization of Gases," at 4:15 in l HN 53
room 1041, East Physics building. SeviewiTQuliy- -
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Eontomics Club: Dr. V. P. Timo-11111-
shenko will speak to the Club this iUI U= 70Y PaVareStret
evening at .7:30 in room 304 of the I I .IIII~Il~~l~I~iJ~~Iitjir____
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