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F ( roam ~~e 21A y111: Makeup final examination from 2 to b p. m., in IMANY COLLEGE Fsm '
T room21 AngANYHaC.OLLEGES Freshman Group Will
rom0YHOMaepCialemnaiLon omItoPLACE ENTRANTS Present First Dance'I 0
Engineering Mechanics 9: Professor Van den Brock is unable to IN ORATORY ME
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members Fmeet this class today at 8 o'clock. He expects to meet the class on Eshes
Frof the University. Copy received by the Assistant to ti das-One hundred and fifty-two col- group will combine in presenting aL
of the University. Copy received b th sitn otePei
aentuntu s sop. m it .u a. im. a~uurua Riflery for Women: There will be a meeting for all students inter- leges and universities from thirty-
VOL. XL. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 1930 No. 114 ested in riflery at 4:15 p. in., in the Wonien's Athletic Building. nine different states have already
___,__entered the 1930 National Inter-
NOTICES Mathematics Staff: Tea will be served to mathematicians at 4 collegiate Oratorical Contest on the
o'clock in Room 3201 Angell Hall.
University Lecture: Dr. A. T. Olmstead, Professor'of Oriental His -constitution, according to P. Cas-
tory inthe OrientalA I e gote Uiversio Chicago will ltur Those interested in making Archery equipment will meet at Dr. par Harvey, director of the contest.
on "The Parthians, A Forgotten Empire" at 4:15 p. in., MondayOfieYotFilMarch a 73
17, in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. The public is cordially invited. Lynams Offe, Yost Field House, at 7:30 p. m. The national final contest will be
F. E. Robbins held at Los Angeles on June 19.
Chemistry Colloquium meets in room 300 Chemistry Building at 4:00 Grand prizes totaling $5,000 will be
p. m. Mr. R. H. Himes will talk on "Radiation and Electrode Potential." awarded.
University, Loan Committee: The University Loan Committee wil The wide range of interest in the
meet on Thursday, March 13, at 1:30 p. m., in room 2, University Hall.
All applicants for loans should call at the office of the Dean of Chemical Engineering Seminar: Mr. Gerald D. Wilson Avill be the 1930 contest is evident in the large
Students for an appointment with the Committee. speaker today at 4 o'clock in room 3201 East Engineering Building on number of inquiries which have
J. A. Bursey, Chairman the subject, "The Effect of Elevated Temperatures upon the Torsional been received. Among the institu-
Modulus of Spring Materials." .Ctions which have shown an inter-
_____est in the contest are Yale, Harv-I
College of Literature Science, and the Arts: All students,n ow in Freshmen Lit D Will be collected T h ard, Dartmouth, Cornell, Northwes-
residence, who received marks of Incomplete or X at the close of last FrsmnLtDu:Wilbcoetd today and Thursday of thils tern, Stanford, and the Universities
semester, must complete work in such courses by the end of the first week in the main corridor of Uimversity Hall from 9:00 until 3:00. It of Florida, Alabama, Texas, Min-
month of the present semester, March 17. Where illness or other un- sa hsdmynesota, and Oregon.
avoidable circumstances make this impossible, a limited extension of The entry list will be closed on
time may be granted by the Administrative Board, provided a written Senior Women: Caps and gowns will be distributed in the ball room I March 25. The colleges and uni-
request, with the approval and signature of the instructor concerned, of the Women's League Building from 2-5 today. You must have your + versities must choose their repre-
is presented at the Registrar's Office. class dues receipt. Distribution on Saturday will be from 9-12, and 2-5 sentatives before April 15. The re-
In cases where no make-up grade is received and no request for in the committee room. gional and state contests will take
additional time has been filed, these marks shall be considered as having place April 24-May 3, and the seven
lapsed into E grades. Quadrangle meets at 8:15 p. in., at 718 Onondaga. zone contests will be held May 16
through May 30.
dance, their first social function
of the semester on Friday evening Works of Claire Leighton Form
at' the Palmer Field House. Wol n w
A well known orchestra has been I d: " t C hn
14, tAr:1inecturatN ctlooI.
secured and advance indications
Automobile Regulation: Student permit tags which are not properly
and permanently affixed to the cars upon which they belong will be
promptly recalled. This will become effective on the morning of March
J. A. Bursey, Dean of Students
Fraternity Pledges: Attention is called to the rules of the Inter-
fraternity Council which provide that in case the requirements for
initiation were unfulfilled by a pledgeman last semester, he will have
to obtain thirteen (13) hours of C grade or better this semester if this
is his second semester as a pledge, or fifteen (15) hours of C grade or
better if he has failed to fulfill the requirements for two previous semes-
ters. Pledges should keep these requirements in mind when deciding
upon the number of hours they qre to crrv this semester.
William R. Farrell, President, Interfraternity Council
Faculty, School of Education: A Staff luncheon followed by a Fac-
ulty meeting will be held in the Michigan Union Building on Monday,
March 17, at 12:15 o'clock.l
C. O. Davis
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
All students interested in taking the civil service examination for posi-
tions as junior technical assistants should call at the office of the
Bureau, 201 Mason Hall. These examinations are given in the following
subjects: Economics, Editing, Education, History, Library Science, Math-
ematics, Social Science, Statistics. Seniors or graduate students are eli-
gible. Lucille Brooks
Camp Leaders: Mr. R. L. Flynn. director of camp Ohiyesa (Detroit
Y Camp) needs camp leaders. Application blanks and information may
be secured at Lane Hall.
Chester C. Bennett
Students, School of Education: No course may be elected for credit
after Saturday, March 15.
Elizabeth B. Clark, Recorder f
Senior Men in the School of Education: Orders for Caps and Gowns
are being taken now at either of George Moe's sporishops. Please stop
in and have your measurements taken as soon as possible. No deposit'
need be made until the gowns are received. Your immediate attention.
Seniors: Dues for the Literary class will be collected during the
remainder of the week at the table in University Hall. This extension
of time has been made necessary in order to accommodate those who
were unable to pay last week. This payment is necessary for all grad-
Senior Invitations: Samples are on display in Angell Hall lobby,
and orders are now being taken by the committee in charge. Collec-
tions will be made at this time. Retain receipts in order to procure
invitations and announcements when ready for distribution.
Pi Lambda Theta meets at the League at 4:15. The room will be
posted on the bulletin board.
Sigma Delta Chi: meeting at 4 o'clock at Press Building. Important
business, other than Grid Banquet, must be discussed.
The Garden Section of the Faculty Women's Club meets Wednes-
day, March 12, at 3:00 p. m., in the Women's Athletic Building. Mr.
Ralph Carr will speak.
University Lecture: Mr. John C. Niedermair, of the Bureau of
l Construction and Repair of the U. S. Navy Department: "The Salvage
of Submarines in the Open Sea," illustrated with still and moving
pictures, at 8:00 p. m., Friday, March 14, Natural Science Auditorium.
Smeaton Aids Revision,
of Chemistry Manual1
Prof. William G, Smeaton of the
chemistry department of the Uni-
versity has just completed the revi-
sion of a text book, in collaboration
with Wililam J. Hale, its author,
which is to be used in the elemen-
tary laboratory courses in the de-
The text, "Laboratory Manual of
general Chemistry," was formerly
used in the chemistry department,
but has been dropped for several
years. It is being brought up to
date and will be re-introduced in,
the department this September. 1
Mr. Hale, author of the book, was
formerly a professor in chemistry
in the University and is at present
:lirector of organic research for the
Dow Chemical company, and is an
afficer in the National Research
Council at Washington.
point to a large attendance at the Thirty-five wood engravings, a.
First Annual . Rendezvous Frolic. representative showing of the
Refreshments, in addition to some works of Claire Leighton, have
first class entertainment, will be in been placed in the lower galleries
order to insure the success of the of the architectural building, and
program. may be seen daily through tho
- tsmiddle of next week.
Although the dance is being Eight of the wood-cuts are from
I given by the first year men who an edition of Hardy's "Return of.
'attended the Freshmen Rendez- the Native" which Miss Leighton
vous at the University Fresh Air illustrated. From Thornton Wild-
camp just before school started last er's "Bridge of San Luis Rey," ten
fall, invitations have been circulat- more of these engravings are
ed to most of the class of 1933 as taken.
well as to many other students on Besides those from books, there.
the campus. l are several pictures of Boston and-
Tickets, which are priced at $1.25, New York, including "Skyscrap-
may be obtained at Lane Hall or ers," "Snow Shovellers in New
from any member of the social York," and "Boston Cod." Several
committee of the Rendezvous group. peasant scenes from Jugoslavia are
, shown, in addition to a French
'Public Again Allowed 1 peasant scene called "Toulon Wash-
to Visit Observatory j Miss Leighton is a consistent con-'
tributor to the Forum, illustrating
Public observations from the An- nearly all the articles in that mag-
gell Hall observatory were renewed azine with woodcuts of her own,
Saturday night for the first time design.
since last October. The evening , Considerable 'comment has been.
proved very successful, several good made about Miss Leighton's work
views of the moon being obtained in the English magazines and
because of the clearness of the newspapers. In addition, there ap-
night. peared in the December issue of
These visitors nights were sus- Creative Art magazine a review of
pended during the winter months her work and a number of repro-
on account of inclement weather ductions of her woodcuts and en-
which made the Astronomical lab- gravings.
oratory too cold for public use, but
will now be given every three or l ll IlllIlIII
four weeks throughout' the remain- LAURENCE S KEMP
der of the year.
The date for the next public dem- & CN
onstration has not been definitely
set, but it will be announced by E SECURITIES
Professor Rufus soon. These visit- NV TT
ing nights have proved very popu-IE
lar and the only difficulty encoun- NEW YORK DETROIT
tered has been in the handling of
over-capacity crowds. This has 2=Spccidah n i
been remedied however, by the use S. W. Straus & Co. Bonds
of complimentary tickets which are E2North American Trust Shares
issued to all those interested who E American Bond and Mortgage
apply before the limit of one hun- Producers RoyaltyCorp. .
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calling 657 University Exchange. RUSS KELLER, MGR.
515 Ann Arbor Trust Bldg.
The fourth dance of the series will!= Phone 23821
lock, at the Michigan Union. Single
door. . r r 1 r r rr
All Campus Open Forum: The second of the Series of Forums will
be held tomorrow afternoon at 4 p. in. in Room D of Alumni Memorial
Hall. Chaplain R. W. McLain of Michigan State Prison, Jackson, Michi-
gan, will speak on the "Psychology of the Criminal." This discussion is
extremely timely in view of the prevailing cry for prison reform.
English 300: The English Seminar will meet on Thursday evening,.
March 13, at eight o'clock, in Room 408, the Library. Professor Ginger-
rich will have charge of the meeting.
O. J. Campbei1
Make-up Examination in Sociology: The make up examination
in Sociology 121 and 141 will be held Friday, March 14, at 2, o'clock, in
room 103 Ec. A. E. Wood
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 regular phy-
sical training classes, athletic squads and others that have been excused
from these groups. George A. May(
Seniors in Mechanical & Chemical and Literary Col"ege: Mr. Gause
ind Mr. Boynton of- the Standard Oil Company of New York will be in'
room 221 West Engineering Building on Thursday, March 13, for the,
purpose of interviewing men interested in employment wiith this com-
UNIVERSITY OF INDIANA - A
30 volume set of books is to be given
to the student in freshman English
literature who writes the best orig-
inal interpretation of some aspect
of the works read in the course.
Faculty-Alumni Dance Series:
be held Thursday, March 13, ht 9 o'c
admissions may be purchased at the
Pi Lambda Theta will not meet
this Wednesday but will be 'post-
poned one week, to March 19. Please:
note the change.
A. H. White, T. Luther Purdom, H. C. Anderson
The Rendezvous Club is sponsor
Geological and Geographical Journal Club: will meet in Room ing an informal dance to be given
2054 N. S. at 8 o'clock on Thursday evening, March 13. Professor P. E. in Palmer Field House Friday, Mar.
James will talk on "Vicksburg-A Study in Urban Geography." All in- 14, at 9:30 p. m. Refreshments and
terested are cordially invited to attend. good music will insure a pleasant
evening. The club welcomes any
Senior Literary Committee Chairmen: There will be a meeting of members of the freshman class to
this group in Dean Effinger's office on Thursday, March 15, at 4:00 attend. Tickets may be purchased
o'clock. in Lane Hall any afternoon.
Rehearsal tonight at 7:15 at Morris Hall.
Elbert E. Trail
Gargoyle Editorial Staff and Tryouts: There will be a meeting of
the entire Gargoyle Editorial Staff and all tryouts at 4:00 p. m. today
-in the Gargoyle office.
Organ Recital by Palmer Christian at 4:15 p. m., Hill.Auditorium.
Lecture by Professor Chamard: 'Prof. Chamard's lecture at 4:00
o'clock, room 108, R. L., will be an illustration of the "Explication de
textes dmethod. Mimeographed copies of the text used will be dis-
tributed in class. The public is invited.
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Geography 1: Make up final examination from 2 to 5 p.
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