DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN 4_News rom Other Colleges 'j iSATRETRN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members __ ___- -
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS- the summer of 1930. The party wilu1aenw
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday) Co-eds at the University of Arkan- sail from New York on June 27.
VOL. XL. THURSDAYMARCH6,1930 No.log sasnd s Besides attending a series of lee- Carlson Asserts Byrd Expedition
VO.LTU DAMACH6,1Ns he bid to moke tures at the University of Stock- Members Will be Glad to See
____________________________________________________-pipes if they would be mrascuine.I hom it will make several interest- CvlzdWrdAan
NOTICES "Why stop at a more cigarette? If ing excursions into the provinces. Civilized World Aam.
you must act and sm~ll ike m e, mghexfecurthens rip, th clpr inm;s
Actions of the Administrative Board: The Administrative Board of ,, , s The fee for the trip, includi
the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts has taken the follow- smoke a pipe, said Dr. Ira Land trans-Atlantic transportation, will When the members of the Byrd
ing actions: ith, c-president of Wardi Belmont be approximately $400. Students expedition reach Wellington, New
Harold A. Cook has been suspended for one semester and recorded College, i speaking before a classvo are interested are invited to Zealand, nobody will be able to
with an E grade in Physics 35 because of dishonesty in an hour exam- made up o1 beth men and women. correspond with Professor George hold them down," declared William
ination in that course.,~M. Stephenson of the University of
Frank K. Weber has been suspended for one semester and recorded as eo.-NIGDE COLLEGE-Be- Minnesota, director of the tour. S. Carlson, assistant in the geology
with an E grade in Psychology 31 because of dishonesty in the final ;cae co-eds appeared at the :partment, who was a member of
examination in that course. iaakfath table clad only in paja- UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON the third University Greenland ex-
W. R. Humphreys, for the A dminstrativc Board , en acting as -Investigations with a view to- pdition under Prof. Hobbs. "They
waiters immediately went on wards instituting co-operative buy- wil have been away for a little less
College of Pharmacy: There will be a meeting of the Faculty of the strike. - ngamong the fraternity houses on than two years, and they will cer-
College of Pharmacy, Friday afterncon, Mxrch 7th, at 4:10, in Room OREGON STATE.-Th nove the campus were launched here i-tainly be glad to see civilization
212 Chemistry and Pharmacy Building. idea of having the women pay for ready adopted this plan, the one "Wh
C. C. Glover, Secretary the tickets for the Workshop The- in operation at Oregon State Col- Greenland meteorologicalexedi- I
Vior Nih Ag- alarar: T . . i ater Player's production "Skidding" loge being one of the most success- tion, we sighted the shore lightsiI
Visitors'nNight, Angellhall Laboratory: The pubis vited ton is being received with a great deal ful l the country. the tgut ahu midnight W
visit the Astronomical Laboratory in Angell Hall to obsre the moon enthusiasm by the men students. ---- attagut about mid ght. We
from 7 to 10 p. m. on Friday and Saturday nights, Oxarch 7andi .--T UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA ayed up until we docked at two
Reservations must be made by calling the ObservatoryOfficeU i UNIVOF After a rushing period of two weeks, the next afternoon, and didnt get
657, between 9 a. m. and 12 noon on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. -After-dinner speakers at the 130 women were pledged to the ' nyseepador eheaexsonihs
AferdinrCpekesatthu10woenweepldgdo Therenydsleepnr heavnetstwolnihts.
Gridiron banquet here will be 35 sororities on the campus. This Ty from Greenland and the en-
stopped by a fire siren if the number is six less than that of a wan
Faculty Members: (To those teaching engineering freshmen) Mentor length of their speeches taxes the year ago. gines of the boat caused a great
Reports will be due at the end of the fifth week of school. Instructor's patience of the listeners. deal of vibration, so that it was
report sheets will be furnished. A. D. More --- GEORGIA TECH-A certain pro- nearly impossible to sleep in the S
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA- fessor asserted that he gave bet- bed on shore without the roll of thec
Social and Industria; Conference: On Friday, Saturday, and Sun- Under the supervision of Swedish ter grades to those students who ship and the throb of the engines.
day of this week an industrial conference is to be held in Detroit through and American scholars, a group of appeared in class well-dressed. The "The first thing we did was to
the arrangement of the Student ChristianAssociation. Access to the 25 college undergraduates or re- following day saw a student report thead for a babrber shop, and get
factories and housing situation has been provided, offering an unusual cent graduates will visit Sweden in to class attired in a tuxedo. the 'whole works,' shine, shampoo,t
opportunity. Dr. Jerome Davis of Yale and Norman Thomas will act haircut, shave, and whatever else I
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as leaders of the group. Rooms will be provided. Notify Lane Hall
for membership in the group...
Chemistry Staff will meet in Room 212 Chemistry Building on Friday,
March 7, at 4:30 p. m. M. Gomberg
Faculty of the Colleges of Engineering and Architecture will meet at
4:15 p. :., in Room 348 West Engineering Building. The purpose of this
meeting is to consider a special report on recommendations for changes
in the Mentor System, and suggested new requirements in Physical
Alpha Kappa Delta meets this evening at 7:35 at the residence of
Prof. Wood. Those desiring transportation should meet in the Econom-
ics Bldg. not later than 7:30.
Hillel Foundation presents Louis Untermeyer speaking on "Modern
American Poetry," at 8:00 p. m. in Natural Science Auditorium.
History 1 and 101: Make-up examination, Saturday, March 8, 9 a.
in., Room 1035, Angell Hall.
History 142, Hispanic America: Those not assigned to sections will
meet Friday, at 8 o'clock. A through K, 1035 A. H., and L through Z,
Room 1017 A. H.
the place afforded. Then we got
eats, steaks, and french friend po-
tatoes, which tasted mighty good
after weeks of canned goods, erbs-
wurst and tea. And then, some
good beer," he concluded.
Carlson stayed at the Mount
Evans observatory after the rest of
the expedition had left. Besides
taking observations on winds, he
led a long dogsled trip across the
ice cap in an effort to find the air-
plane which the fliers Cramer and
Hassel had left wrecked on the ice,
but it was unsuccessful.
Louis Untermeyer, noted poet, class it is still necessary to have
critic, and anthologist, who will agents visit most of the cities to
lecture on "Modern American Poet- prepare the reports.
atThe co-operation of city officials
ry," at 8 o'clock tonight in Natural in establishing a uniform classifica-
Science auditorium. The lecture tion of accounts would make it
will include a survey of present possible for the Bureau, without
conditions and.trends in national greatly increasing expenditures, to
literature. collect statistics on this important
subject for practically all cities in
YALE UNIVERSITY - Harvard the United States.
freshmen will have an opportunity
to vote on the honor system that UNIVERSITY OF INDIANA-The
was proposed recently for the class proposal that a new and larger
of 1933. The outcome of this vote golf course be built by the Univer-
will determine whether the honor sity is now under consideration.
system will be taken up as an issue There is an excellent location for
by the executive board of the one, but no way can be found to
school. finance such a project.
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Educaton. 1! Psychology 41: Students absent from the examination in February
~~will be examined Saturday, March 8, at 9:00 in Room 1121 N. S. UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA--
All-Campus Open Forum at 4 p. m., Mr. J. B. Matthews will hold W. B. Pillsbury Students of this university who are
the first Open Forum in Room D of Alumni Memorial Hall. His subject ____under the age of 18 are arrested if
is "'The Student and World Peace." Mr. A. A. Hill will not meet his classes (English 107 and English 162) found on the streets after 9 o'clock
on Fiday Marh 7.at night.
Geology 1: The make-im c) x umination for those who missed the on Friday, March 7.
final examinations in Geology 1 wilbe given from 3 to 6 o'clock in Room I ini0l llli fltlltiliilillll11lillllltllillillilllll lll lltlli l llill I l
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Senior Mechanical Engineers: Mr. N. D. Huff of the Frigidaire Cor-P
poration of Dayton, Ohio, will be in Room 221 West Engineering Building SENIOR LIT ERARY CLASS
today for the purpose of interviewing any men interested in employment
with this company. 'H. C. Andersen DUES
Senior Mechanical Engineers: Mr. R. W. Johnson of the Leeds & i=
Northrup Company will be in Room 221 West Engineering Bldg. today at tables in Angell Hall and University Hall
for the purpose of interviewing seniors interested in employment with - -
this company. H. C. Anderson 9 to 12 andI to 4
ElectricW. Seniors: Mr. R. W. Johnson will be in room 271 today for , $5.00
the purpose of interviewing seniors interested in employment with the
Leeds & Northrup Company. Retain dues receipt for admittance to class functions
A. D. Moore
and for purchases of invitations, announcements, caps and
Senior Engineers: Orders for graduation invitations and announce- gowns, canes, etc.
ments will be taken in the hall of the West Engineering Bldg., from 9,.
until 2 today. r
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