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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY: OF FICIAL BULLETIN
Publcationin the bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi-
dent until 3':30 p. m. 01:30 a. m. Saturday)
VOL. XL. SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1930 No. 111 I

MSOVIET WORKERS BUR E SYMBOLS
MBEHS EOEFMCHCENCBOFBOGORODSK'PO[LOCK
PROVES BENEFIClgIAL ' POLITICAL

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Over 80

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NOTICES
Faculty, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture: There will be
a meeting of the Faculty of these Colleges on Tuesday, March 11, at
4:15 p. m., in Room 348 West Engineering Building, to take care of
unfinished business..
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary
To Members of Faculty School of Education and Graduate Students
in Education: Professor George S. Counts of the International Institute
of Teachers College, Columbia University, will address the Graduate
Students in Education at a luncheon-meeting at the Women's League
Building, Saturday, March 8, ot 1:15 o'clock. Professor Counts will
spealk on some aspects of education in Russia.
Clifford Woody,
Chairman of Committee on Graduate Study, School of Education

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Belong to Society.
NEW PINS ARE ORDERED
Announcement that 80 per Bent
of the students of the College of!
Architecture are members of thej
Architectural society as a result of I

The Black Oratorical Contest: All contestants who have prepared
for the Black Oratorical Contest will meet on Tuesday, March 11, at
5 p. m. in Room 302 Mason Hall for the assignment of, places in the
preliminaries of this contest. Each contestant should hand in at- this
time the copy of his speech and the statement from the office of the
Dean of Students showing that he is eligible to take part in this contest.
Preliminaries will be on Wednesday, March 12, in the afternoon andy
evening, and on Thursday, March 13, if necessary.I
R. D. T. Hollister
Eligibility: junior Girls' Play: All girls whose first semester reports
carry X's, I's, or grades Not Reported are ineligible until reports are
complete. Girls whose reports carry E in PE (deficiency in Physical
Education) must petition to be allowed to go on with their parts in the
play. They should give these matters their prompt attention and report
changes to Miss Richards without delay. Some 23 girls are concerned,
and the success of the play can be furthered materially by their imme-
diate co-operation.
Grace Richards
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
Mr. Ruggles of the Associated Telephone and Telegraph Company
would like to meet all seniors interested in communication, either fromI
the standpoint of technical operations or administration, in Room 2051
Mason Hall at 4:00 o'clock, Monday. March 10, for a group discussion.,
Will those who want personal interviews please come to the office at 201
Mason Hall for appointments?,
T. Luther Purdom, Director
Seniors: Chester H. Lang, Comptroller of Budget of the General1
Electric Company, will be in Ann Arbor on March 8, 9 10, and 11 to inter-
view senIoi's Interested in the business training program and other non-
technical opportunities with =the General Electric Company. He can
be reached at the Michigan Union or by communicating with the under-
signed at University extension 493 or 738.
W. A. Paton

Science Faculty Man

a recent campaign was made yes-
terday by Robert Kennedy, '31A.,
chairman of the membership com-
mittee of the society.
"We hope before long to have 95
per cent of the architectural rtu-
dents on our roster," Kennedy de-
clared. Pins for200 have been or-
dered, and it is expected that these
will arrive shortly.
The design of the pin is a gold
palette on an enamel background
that is colored differently for the'
various classes. Freshman pins will
have a green background, sopho-
more pins will be red, -those fo*
juniors, blue, while the seniors will
wear pins with a white background.#
Graduate students will be given
pins with a gold palette on a gold
background. Each year, when the
classes move up, students will ex-
change their pins for those that
represent the next higher class. {
Friends Suggest Many
Treat ments for Taft
(By Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, March 7. - The
mailman carries a heavy burdenI

Compares American Voting
System With English.
FORSYTHE TELLS PLANS
Talks by prominent faculty men-
bers furnished the entertainment
at the monthly meeting of the Uni'-
versity club held last nightin the
basement of Memorial hall.
James Pollock, of the Political'
science department pointed out in
his talk how little the American
voter exercisesd his right to choose
his officials as compared with some
of the European countries.
"We are more fundamentalists in
political matters than we are about
religion," stated Professor Pollocl
in showing the backwardness of the,
American voting system.
"The voter in America is limited.
to one choice. If he doesn't vote
for the majority candidate his vote-
is thrown away," continued Pro-
fessor Pollock.
"In England the people elect
only the legislators. The legisla-
tors then elect the executive offi-
cials. This results in a shorter balP.'
lot being presented to the voter-
who as a result knows more about
the person he. is voting for. Amers.
ican ballotshare often so long that
it is almost impossible for the voter'
to be familiar with the subjects on
the ballot.
After comparing the election sys-
tems of other European countries
Professor Pollock concluded that
's. in his opinion the English systen
was the best in the world and that
Americans might learn much fron
them.
Dr. Forsythe told the aims, ~e.-
'ct velopments and future of the
h ealth service.tThe health service
ati in creating better health among
ed.the students feels that more effi-
tgi- cient work is a result and for this
t of I reason should be one of the princi-
ohn pal aims of the university.
an, Beginning next year a full time
de- psychiatrist will be hired with the
the view of helping the students to ad-
the just themselves to their changed
col- environment. The budget of the
egi- health service has increased from
ears.10 ,000 to 120,000 at present.

each day to the pleasant old housej
on Wyoming Ave., il which William
Howard Taft is making a valiant
struggle against the inroads of dis-
ease.
From all sections of the country
come letters from the many ad-
mirers of the former president and
chief justice to wash him-a speedy
recovery. Some contain advice forI
his physicians and suggest "sure
cures" for his various maladies.
These sometimes recommend the
well-known, old-fashioned reme-
dies or again suggest a treatment
that has no place in the lore of
the doctors. One advised that the
patient be put on a diet of "lots of
brown potatoes, oatmeal with
brown sugar and all the orange
juice he can take."

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Scene of town of Bogordsk where workers burned religious symbols they, .A A mm nurch
The second picture shows workers loading cart with ic ons which were dater burned.
CAMPUS TO HAVE Engineering Debating Society Will Discuss
NEW LAMP POSTS Merit of Chicago's Drainage Canal Proje
"Resolved that the United States to meet each Wednesday evening
Darkness will soon be a thing of should prohibit the diversion df the Union where debates are h
the past on the campus when new water from the Great Lakes I on questions of interest to en
work of the Buildings and Grounds through the Chicago Drainage neering students. The. first par
department gets under way. Canal, will be debated in May be- the week a team composed of Jc
tween teams representing the G. Hoad, '31E, Haig S. Iskiy
The department is erecting 37 Stump Speaker's society of the en- '30, and Dale Anderson, '30E,
concrete lamp posts on the camn-i gineering college and the Detroit bated the Ypsilanti team on
pus in those spots where shadows Institute of Technology, it is an- chain store system. This was
seem thickest. Each post will be nounced by Prof. Robert D. Brack- first team of the engineeringc
surmounted by a 500 watt light in ett. lege to take part in an intercolli
an ornamental bowl. The Speaker's society continues ate debate in the past fifteen ye

Women's League House Presidents: All signing-out slips up
February 28 are due, please hand them in this week end.
Elisabetli DeVol, Chairmanof the Board of Representatives

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EVENTS TODAY
Visitors' Night, Angell Hall Laboratory: The public is invited to
visit the Astronomical Laboratory in Angell Hall to observe the moon
from 7 to 10 p. y. tonight. Reservations must be made by calling the
Observatory Office, Unive'rsity 657, between 9 a. m, and 12 noon today.
WV. C. Rufus
Varsity Band: Formation at 7:15 at Yost Field house in full uni-,
form for Michigan-Wisconsin wrestling meet.
Craftsmen: Short business meeting at 7:30 p. m.
Lehigh Airports Competition: The prize, honorable mention, and
other designs "submitted in this nation-wide competition are now hung
in the third floor exhibition room, Architectural Building. The exhibi-
tion will continue through March 11, Sunday excepted, from 9 to 5
o'clock. The public is cordially invited.
EmV Lorch
COMING EVENTS
Senior Engineers: Class meeting Monday, March 10, at 11:00 a. m.,
il room 348 West Engineering Bldg.
All Freshmen in order to be eligible for All Campus, Fraternity,
Independent, and Inter-Class Track meets must enter the All Freshmen
Track Meet Tuesday, Mar. 11. Entries must be in Monday, March 10,
at 9 o'clock.
Intramural Department

The Interfraternity council will hold an important meeting at 4:15
o'clock Monday afternoon in room 302 of the Union. Every Fraternity
is asked to have a representative present.
The Men's Education Club will not meet Monday night (March 10),
as was formerly planned. This meeting i postponed until the follow-
ing Monday (March 17) at which time Dr. E. G. Johnston, principal of
the University High School, will speak.
Scalp and Blade: Supper will be served in the Union Sunday, Mar.
9, at 6 p. m. Dr. Forsythe will speak.
The Wesleyan Guild announces that Professor Earl V. Moore of the
University School'of Music will give an illustrated lecture at Wesley Hall,
State at Huron Street, Sunday, March 9, at 6:00 p. m. His subject will
be "Bells and Bell Music in England and the low countries of Europe."
Students and faculty are invited.I
Congregational Student Fellowship: Dr. Walter Mosauer will give an
illustrated talk entitled "On The Sahara," at 6:30 p. m., Sunday in the
church parlors. It will be preceeded by a social period from 5:30 to
6:00 and a luncheon from 6:00 to 6:30.

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