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PAGE EIGHT

THE MI HI A DAILY

PAGE EIGH THA'MICHGAN DAIL

I Y, MARCH 11, 1930

I

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN.
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. m. (11:30 a. n. Saturday)

waukec, will interview seniors in Room 271 today.
A. 1). Moore
Mathematical Club meets at 8 o'clock in room 3201 Angell Hall.
,Th program follows: H. K. Hughes, "Analytic Expansion of Functions
Defined by Factorial Series"; W. 0. Menge, "Canonical Forms and Dif-

Quadrangle will meet Wednesday, March 12, 8:15 p. n., at 718
Onondaga. FLIGHT TO MIAMI
n Sigma Delta Chi: meeting at 4 o'clock Wednesday at Press Build- TESTS STRENGTH
ing. Important business, other than Grid Banquet, must be discussed. OF DIESEL PLANE

VOL. XL. TUESDAY, MARCH 11, 1930 No. 113
NOTICES
Students, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: No course
can be elected for credit after Saturday, March 15.
W. R. Humphreys, Assistant Dean
German 159 and 217: Mr. Winkler will be unable to meet these
classes this week.
Camp Leaders: Mr. R. L. Flynn, director of camp Ohiyesa (Detroit
Y Camp), needs camp leaders. Application blanks and information nay
be secured at Lane Hall.
Chester C. Bennett
Senior Men in the Literary College: . Order your Caps and Gowns
now from either of George Moe's Sportshops. Have your Class dues
stub with you when you order.{
EVENTS TODAY
Faculty, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture: There will be
t meeting at 4:15 p. m., in Room 348 West Engineering Building, to take
care of unfinished business.
Romance Languages: There will be a meeting of the staff of the
Department of Romance Languages at 4:15 o'clock, in room 408 R. L.

erential Equations"; J. H. Bushey, "Asymptotic Expressions for a Cer- Pi Lambda Theta will meet at the League at 4:15 Wednesday, Maj. 12. (By Associated Press)
tan Class of Definite Integrals. The room will be posted on the bulletin board. DIETROIT, March 10-Completion
of the longest flight made to dat
All Freshmen Women are urged to attend the meeting at Palmer Tryouts for the Michiganensian business staff should report to the by an airplane powered by a Diesel
Field House, at 4:15 p. in., for the election of Freshmen Pageant corn- 'Ensian offices in the Press building on Maynard street at 4:00 o'clock enine p fight from
mittee heads. this afternoon.enge-a non-stop flight from De
~~~~~~ -troit to Miami in 10 hours and l$5
Adelphi House of Representatives: Tryouts for admission will be WHEELER DESCRIBES EMPLOYMENT ' minutes-has been announced by
held tonight at 7:30 in 4203 A. H. A short debate on disarmament will Alvan Macauley, president of the
featre the evening. Coach Levy will meet with the freshmen at seven CONDITIONS OF EUROPEAN NATIONS Packard Motor Car Co. The flight
--o'clock.- - -was made Sunday by Capt. L. M
foreignng n herecnton
;fregnwae caeis far lwrt Woolson, chief aeronautical engi.
Athena business meeting will be held tonight f t 7:30 to 8:00 in eCoymentndenonstrations erupIt cost of living than it is witho neer for the Packard company, W441
room .4006 of Angell Hall. At eight o'clock members of Portia and ing in the central portion of Eur- dd d rftdhthDne ha k
i friends of Athena members are invited to hear talks by two campus ope, Benjamin W. Wheeler, of the us. It is small wonder that such a esigne an perfected the Dies,
I 2uthors. history department, yesterday de- vast number of dissatisfied workers engine, and Walter Lees, test p
P r.Glared: "The late riotings in Ger- are to be found in industrial cen- lot
Portia meets at 7:30 p. m. man central Europe, although they ters abroad." The fliers took oil from Detroit t.
Tau Beta Pi Diihaveattracted much attention The unemployment question in 6:05 a. m. and landed at Miami at
Tau BetaPiDinner meeting at 6:15 p. in. in the Union. fromthe American press, really do lower central Europe was declared 4:20 p. m., consuming $850 worth
r --; not appear more serious than cor-P cnsmigI8.0 >ot.
mto be even more acute. of fuel oil on the flight.
Fresh Frolic Committee meets at 8:00 p. m. in room 306 Michi1an responding demonstrations in the
p. i. Ii rom 36 Mihigan Jnited States and other countries. ll111lfiH111!Illt!!!!!!lll11!!1!I!I
Union. Be prompt and be sure to bring all your material. Untd thatte aroticntwre.
In fact, that the participants were
not exclusively persons lacking em- PAY
Hindustan Club: A special meeting will be held at 7:30 p. in., ployment would seem to be indi-fA
Lane Hall. A message to Mahatma Gandhi, will be discussed. All Ind- cated, since the most violent riots SENIOR LITERARY
ian students are requested to be present. took place after the closing hour
of tke large industrial plants." DUES
Michigan Technic: Meeting of staff and tryouts at 8:00 p. in.Mr. Wheeler was of the opinion DUES
'however, thet the present labor I
Book-shelf and Stage Section of the Faculty Women's Club will meet conditions in these countries is en- _ at tables in Angell Hall
at the Michigan League Bldg. for luncheon at 1 o'clock. Mrs. A.~J. dangering their economic struc- =
Hosmer will be hostess and Mrs. G. A. Lindsay will assist. tures. "Two and a half million Ger- ! w9 to 12 and 1 to 4
mans were reported out of work at -
Christian Science Society meets in the Chapel of the Michigan the end of January. Furthermore, $5.00
League building at 7:30 p. m. the laborer can hardly earn a liv-
.g even if he has a job, for the Retain dues receipt for admittance to class functions
COMING EVENTS
Math. 51, Section 5 at 9 o'clock: This section will meet Wednesda UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON and for purchases of invitations, announcements, caps and .
March 12, in Room 206 S. W. instead of 5005 A. H me The historic old log Forestry gownscanes, etc.
building which was erected here in g
Geography 111: Make-up final examination will be given Wednes 1909 at a cost of $8,500 is soon to beI
day, March 12, 2 to 5p.m., in room 21 Angell Hall. _ down.

, Lehigh Airports Competition: The prize, honorable mention, and
other designs submitted in this nation-wide comoetition 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.
Seniors-Electrica. and Mechanical: A representative of the Asso-
ciated Telephone and Telegraph Company which includes the Automatic
Electric Inc., of Chicago, will interview seniors in the Schools of Elec-
tricaland Mechanical Engineering for employment in the various
branch sof the communication field including manufacturing and op-
erating telephone property. Those interested call at the office of Mr.
H. C. Anderson sometime this afternoon.
H. C. Anderson
Senior Mechanical Engineers: Mr. K. A. Taylor of the York Heating
& Ventilating Company of Philadelphia will be at the University today
for the purpose of interviewing any men interested in employment with
this company. Will those interested please make appointments in Room
221 West Engineering Bldg. prior to his arrival?
H. C. Anderson I
Senior Mechanical Engineers: Mr. W. C. VanCleaf of the Allis-
Chalmers Company of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, will be in Room 221 today
for the pimrpose of interviewing any men interested in employment with
this company. H. C. Anderson
Seniors: Chester H. Lang. Comptroller of Budget of the General
Electric Company, is in Ann Arbor today ,to interview seniors interested
in the business training program and other non-tgchnical opportunities
with the General Electric Comoany. He can be reached at the Michigan
Union or by communicating with the undersigned at University extension
493 or 738.
Tbe Executive Council of the Michigan Union will meet at 3:30
o'clock in the student offices.
Kenneth M. Lloyd
Michigan Union Tryouts will meet in the student offices as soon
after 3 as possible. Work will be assigned at this time.
Harold 0. Warren
Junior Engineers who want to be on the Bowling Team are asked
to call Louis Zanoff at 6510 between 9 and 10 o'clock this evening.
Electrical Seniors: Mr. VanCleaf, of the Allis-Chalmers Co., Mil-
- -

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Geography 1: Make up final ex-
amination will be given Wednesday,
March 12, 2 to 5 p. m., in room 21
j Angell Hall.
The Fifth Freshmen Lecture in'
Hygiene for Men, will be given in
Waterman Gymnasium, Thursday
and Friday, March 13 and 14, at
3-4 and 5 p. m. This requirement!
includes all freshmen in the regu-
lar physical training clsses, ath-
letic squads and others that have
been exe-used from these groups.
George A. May
Chemistry Colloquium will meet
in Room 300 Chemistry Building on
Wednesday, March 12, at 4:00 p. m. I
Mi'. R.- H. Himes will talk on "Radi-
ation and Electrode Potential."
Geological and Geographical
Journal Club: will meet in Room
2054 N. S. at 8 o'clock on Thursday
evening, March 13. Professor P. E.
James will talk on "Vicksburg-A
Study in Urban Geography." All
interested are cordially invited to
attend.

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