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THE MCHIGA DAIL WED1~SD.... _.._... 19



Pu'1blicafton Ith i~i' ulzletin ,5 szc,.t+;rr. vr:} nowc to all membe,(rs
oftetnie y Cop Jy r:ciri1. ivud rt ,Ass t d1 to thePeM
!dent until 3:30 p. inz. (11:30 a1 . ; tu rdoay)
VOL. XL, WEDNESDAY, 1LJI 19, 11930 No. ti


at} xxatics sflfT: Tea will be served to ) mntlierntioi s at',4[f 1 Iec1ricaJI Seniors; Mr. U.. L. Wilcox, of the Electricontro liar & Mfg.,
)kill 1Zoom :30IO mgell Ian1. C(thau;ty, Cleveland, i here "foi- the piirposer of rcrutiting senio~rs for
r))gineecrig and sales work, unitil noon todr'.y. See bllet .; boar
lest arcvl i Clbilc,s at 8 P. in., In room 2521 12;: tI M'ctic~sl Duilcl, JoL V~tc iewV room. A. I). :Moo re
iti, The following papexxrs twill be prcNcntecl:
Professor C. . I. ,laue, Intumescenceos iii Platt enior Meebauical i ineers: Mr. l-1. S. Coitli of tjoe Pr(ctm and
P ofe~ssor A. El. W ood, 226,000 Arnests in Detroit. Gamible Company of Ivorydale, Ohio, will be in Room 221 \W est En 11 1 C ('O ~ i il met a :0 p.ij n ro m 3 1 ,i o]JL l jM -B id ng f rt e pu p s fiteve iz ll iu ei i-cct

Tardicui Fall Cited
as True" Example
catFrelich Politicg
"The fall of the{ Tardieu mninistiy'
is a characteristic example of what
h~appens in French politics," stated,


Chemistry colloquillml meets at, 4:00 p. axe., in RDoomu300. A tallk
;;i] '~ideal by Dr. P. I". w\Veticrill.

in cmnployincnt with, this company;..
1. C;. Aiter1smi


Uliversty %Lecture: Dr. Ni-ol.,e i "i . Presdcl-t, of () T e Ueiversit V
of Bu.chare stwill Speak (on "Pe('is~1ut z'2Inoer' ( aces n Sth{3L A_.'.rn Eut
t k isl' tswi: 8 1,11 (1Etii (,-s (;:' ctng . tly Hi rs' il iner
Up(,," ,at 4:15 p. n,.Monday, Febi~rary:14. in Natul 71Science A:7CIdcthOrL17f'L ';:90 p. 7 'V2-13A i odtr icii' firin bL eetr
Teubiis invited. Fr'ank E. 1;>ob'inv^
71. Tilley
Faculty, College of 3ittiad ti xc. Stinee, aza i" wthe Arts-S pecialMzt:
incK: There will be a special ixx .t;A'z uf tho Faculty of the Co(lleg i c o11( o a uiia Gvrmn)wilm>ta
Literature, Science, And the Arty in ',h(, ballroom of the Michigan Unin 'fellowsiJ : Wednesday at 2, 1017 A. 11.; Friday at 1, 225 . .
Thursday evening, February 20, at 7:30 p. m. Ten minute papers on.1 Retoric 11)(Driamna 11): The fir t meeting of thec class will be
the general topc "The Aims of the College of Literature, Science, anid today at 7:15 p. in.,At"wl epeetdb rfsosAtn atet onr ao,., 3227 A. H.
thner;rts kil ereendtSduby Profcsslor',s A1,ytof Barett, berl, Et,,i
Quonierg bb, Hkr ad h en or di ,cd F;sernz .yPofsosI peiD viPysies 28 will meet at 2:00 P. m. in room 3055 to arrange a suit-
... drA.h,._obbsL.H-yde--:,on1- - and----- .----- t-~ _ . , . ..

. ohnU. Effinger

able nour. The subject treated Will be "Quantum Electrodynamics."


'If"heG.-ti-goyc elrtpp-r Businaess Staff and Tryouts: x'iye'e will be al Prof. J. R. l ayden of the political'
impoj-tart meeting at 4:30 p. in. in the Pre ld5 ~rg. science deportnient yesterday. "Thc-
___ <:ovcrnnw nt was clef eated miE
"ior Eng t i ineers: Class dxes must be paid tlii js week.1,11,, will, a doluestic interview which was loutt
be rct c:i ved this afternoon and Thiursday a .f ter non fromi 1:00t)t4 5 :00){lt t le Cha mber in such a wa Y as
p . in. «f, the desk on the second floor of the West Eine:Ang BaPtiling.I to place the mministry at a great tac,
tical disadvantage. That is, on this~
Varsity Glee Club will leave for Adrian, at 4:1:5~. c iAC ieto plarticuzlar question, it was very'
m ieet at the north entrance of the Michigan Union. H-ave ribbons andI hard for many of the deputies to~
full dress. G. Chia fia, Ass'tAlgn ! vote with the goverunent even~
though they supported its maojor.
C+ MING EVENTS p ;olicies.
Uiiivcrsity Lectures: Major General Hf. L. Gilchrist, Clief of the'"The indications mic Lhat M. Tar-,
Chemical Warfare Service, U. S. A.,: "Chemical Warfare in Connection dieu will now be asked , to head
with our National Defense," Thursday, February 20, at. 4:15 *p. in., flat- n iew' government whiichl probably
oral Science Auditorium, Iwil rec et ly l) a different,
Mlriss Agnes Conway: "R.ceC.nt. Exca vatioJ)s inl P.- uK; '%actidav, lcebrui- 1\' ,~~~~ rm
:o'y 21, at4:15 p. lit., Nat ural Scienc e itit :i.Pfessorthayte em i~j pasied isLh
Mathiematics lAbt istanats: Thlere will be a meet~ing (Aol the Mthem~ilatics are merely resuilts of follow ing ie; fi
Assstats t 730 . i., hurday Fbrury 0, n rom 200Ariellhal. ewspaper accounts of French po-.
A~si;;ant at7:3 p.ni. Thrsdy, ebi~ir 20 inroo 320 Arci hallitical affairs and are not based u~i,
at is extrenioly important that every as.sistant be pretsent as laborat~ory aslt at
periods will be assigned at this time. I aS____ fct

P.r4ofei+"av snr lIid:d,. Crk1
Vullv"."Itytleph~one DJixrel iu'y C1Aai s: ; ti s planlned to issuea
Qupplenlelut fto the 'Tlphone DIirector' oofthe Uiversc ,i#,y of Michia; Smities 15": FirStmzeeting to arneregulWar hours iat3:00 1p. in.,
'I(lephluc' System 'm')('11Marh1it. i II' B~ic;Cilms i(hce \VJJI *tpp r O'. 02,A,
vite creport's ofany rrors er 0o118i0s>ill i tue .Direc.tory. P 11s ntifY 1? N. Moore



iUzc telephone clerk~ in the ktsn~ llicix UniveCrsity h11:1.
Shirley XW. s-Ith FX M.a, E xperimntial tDynantles: Meet# to arrange hocurs at 3pn.Rom46WEn,
University, of Mliizal O1'fieial Publivaltio~ : The Editorial OfMice
anuouncfs the issue of the 1Bu1lletin on th1^IBiological aStation, which is E . M. 8, Advanced D~yniamics: Meet to arrange hours at 4 p. in.,
N~o. 38 of Vol. XXXI of the University Official Publication. Room 406 w. Eng. This is a continuation of courses 3 or 11; rigid*
Ira. M. Sinith dynazlcs, gyroscopic phenomena, balancing, introduction to vibration!
problems. L. II. Donnel
The newv M1Jwr-J1orda.n halls Jiultin 15is110W l)1ti1-- diIstrfibutC(1 fromt
thW office of the t~dci sc r. of V4omxen .l This bt1t1in it; des"'riptlvc of the'_ Advanced Mechattics: The courses below will meet in room 8340, West1
but lding and contans de tAied Ifloor t i uis of the studnut. roomns. The Engineering Bluiiling, at the hours stated. The first meeting is today.';

_i'ih12Mdr Faculty Womvn's Club will meet oni
II~glili152--ModrnEnglish Grammnar: The first meeting of~ this 'Thursday at 2:30 p. in., in the Wo;
course will take place on Monday, February 24, at 9 o'clock, 1025 A. Hi. men's Athletic *Blld ig. An inter-,
csting and varied program will btu
P'sychiology 238: Meet for organization Thursday, February 201, Mt'given t by talent from the Newcomn-11
3:00 P. ny:, 1121 Natural Science Buildlia. ?Ces section.

dormnitoryJ will be ready for aci'picy at thme beginnaivi of thec fail se-
meister iSeptember.
Inez 7.V. Eo b.Li, Director
Univrsity Aiomxen : University Womien' who have changed their
residence for thescecond sec ater arc requested to report their nW


addcresscs to the offlce of

Advisers without1 delay.

Grace Richards
Assiiuucixt of De,-sin General Chieitry. Chienistry 3, 6 and 5E:
Each stuclent must obtain 'rwo $3. UChjinical Laboratory Coupons. at the
office of the University Treasurer, and then report at the first possible
laboratory period assigned to. his section after the opening of the Uni-
versity. No desk can be given out without the Coupons.
RL*heoria 170-V'erse Form : This course has been scheduled for{
Mond~ay, 4:00, in 304 Pharmacology and .Wednesday, 7:30, in LibraryI
A. R. Morris
Psychiology 91: The seating iest, for the second semester lecture in
the Natural Science Auditorivim has been posted in the corridors at both
east and west entrances. Studenit ra Icked to find their seat numbers
before the hour of the lecture In order to prevent congestion.
.Adlebert Ford

E A/L 12.a, Vibraion Problemns, Wed, and Fri., 5i to 6 o'clock; E. M. 14, Dr. legge
Stress Analysis in Machine Parts, Wed, and Fri., 3 to 4; E M. 15, Thgalory 11111 I1I 1
of Thin Bars, Thin Plates and Slabs, Thur~s., 11 to 1. The Glider Section: 'There will be a short but very important meet- '
-S. P. Tiimosheiilko, ing Thursday night in Room 348 of the West Engineering Building. e
in myifc hsafeno t All memibers arc requested to be there promptly at 7:30.-Pa k r
C~oloqutimin App'ied Mecanics: Mr. Freybcrg will give a talk onli
0.' W Boston his ex.perience on the construction of the railway around Lake Baikel in
Siberia. The meeting will be hld in room 445 West, Engr. Bldg., T.1hurs- M iR estaurantL
I Shop 7 Students: Students enrolled in Shop 7 will please mneet in' day, Feb. 20, at 8 p. in. This meeting is open to the public.f
may office, room 2044, at 9 o'clock. A.P iizos
A.1.GizosiJuniors, Schooldf Education: Now is the time to pay your class=SPECIAL!
M cdues! Pay them in University Hall, Thursday or Friday, February 20 or 21,;
Shop 4 Students: The first assignment for all sections is Section~s ] froma 9 un~til 4; inludinig the noon lhour. i= L.u' ch . G 4 C
and 10 of the textbook. Elizabeth Crozer, Pres., H1elen Kierwin, Treas. = andAf
SA. P. Gwia'zdoivskti___Dinner .Q .~ C
51r. E. C. Doyle, Executive Secretary of the Izaak Walton League, 1 cvc Qalt
M lath enitics 224: Galois Theory of Algebraic Equations. Those who will be in Ann Arbor Thursday, February 20, to organize a local group. =OSeNc with M.ait
wish to take this course arc invited to see sine in room 3001, today, at A°etn"wl ehlda :0O.P.EnNom239 aua Sine' UNTIL IIP.M
12 on .V nc Building, at which proposed new policy and organization plans for the _73PcadSre
________League will be discussed, A large attendance is desired. .
to be take up and th hour in Rom 3001, a 3 p.S.nA. Grahamn, Professor of Economic Zoology ~~iiiimniwiiiong
Mathenatics 293: Sena-nar. First meeting to decide on the subject__________
Nl ^llillllillfllllllilllfllllmeslill~lll

I~lictoric 2,Sctionz 10: Mr. 13:uler's :c aion nlumbler ten has, beeni
traisferd to R'oom 231 A. 11., M, W, F., at 9
in lass114-1iuilCw-7Kwl eriezt(itdzcsi: o 1e:iirbour Qyzinnasiuni onzTuesday ;andl Thursday even ingts at' 7:30
Recgistration feec is $sl,oo for three -we elks. First mnetinr' is Thueit.sdasy
evenig, Feb. 20. It is im portan,,t for tho)se who wish to cn;-ol1 to be
present nAt the first meeting.
Ublctloric 180---Diction and ,1.s~ e~cction 2l ineetws M. W. 10, at :t:
p. all, in roodi 2019 A. H,
L.AV. Cowden,
0rQ..an Recital by Palmer ChristVian at 4:15 p.nl., Hill Au li,oiu,,
Frencha l Lecture: Professor Jean Ehrhard will lecxture at 4:15 o'C'(),-.
in roomi 103, Roimance Languages Builtding, on 'L'Ainncie d'apreCs 3a
iatteraturc francalse."
Tickets for the series may be procWured from the Sccrctary of the:
7om1anlce Languages Depiartmlent, room 112, or at the door.
Dr. 11. Pauli Douglas of the Instittute of Social and Relig ious hilc-
.5earclb, New York City), will speak at. 4:15 p. in. in the Natural Science
Auitoriu, 4 ipon th e supject: "TbhK, 1ole andDe,,.pair of lant ciiiuc eh
Eiddbits are being held in ii 1 e 'ali ries of Alumni Memorial Hal
.18 follows:
Oil Paintings Jy Allied Arti.t; of Ai-oericaE
Oil Painltings -by Ernesth1.13:' -ues
Oils gald Watercolors by Jean P1,a o l sisser
Anl exhib~t of Contemporary American Sculpture is on view irk the
Scho~ol of Architecture.j


01-thesis ud the 0 l.,is ill Variety Dancing~ will mee',t tonight at 7:30
n i 6:.30, re 'pcctively, at the Women's Athletic Building.

ill Studenats interested in Mechanical Engineering 53, "Per~ounzcI
i~oben;in Enginleering" anld Mechatical Eng ineerinlg 52, " SafeIty Engi-
zk'121gazizl Accident Przevention" sliould meet in room 2?2 West Fn'-i-
ier2gBuilding at :1ei p. in.
Se osaml dG m'ad vaie Students in Chiemical W~dieii~ i. L. I1',
I-, It tal of tihec ior(%t, Products Laboratory, Madison, Wiscolns in, w isiz~
to emloy one or mnore chemical cngineers and w.ill be in my office
today.' Mr. I11. S. Coith of the Proctor and Gamble Company, which
- manu'actnrcxs Ivery Soap, will be heir--on a similar mission. Please
xli, k('appoinlt men! s' with Miss McKim.

day, Feb. 20, at 8:00 o'clock in theI
se(ond(, Lounge Room. Third floor
of the League Building,
All members and their husbands,
are cordially invited to attend, andl
all }gives of students and their hus-
baunds wil lbe welcome.
Tihe 1 nst rumnenta~t Division. of tile
r iseSection of the Faculty Wo-
men' s Club meects Thursday,'Febrv-
ary 20, tat 8:15 P. 11*., with Mr~s. NT.
P. RIsaminger at 1502 Geddles.


a nd naturalness


y' Dey

fuss or



Alfred 1 1. mhite rhe Newcomers Section of the
t i:le Nisry Sect ion ofxthe T DP tU'^ Ti F
alty "Volm-el's Club neets at 8 0'- id t
clock in the Women's Lecague Build- cSC ND SEMIESTR
Sing. Mr. Edward Grenle of the Psy-cooy 13tniAwl peko
choog dparmet illspakonWe have evtrythhng necessary to
"Te enal1-ygen o t..Chld" 3supply your school needs f or the
Va rsity Band:. 1 et.ula r rehearsal
4tt Murrh hall aot 7. l5,$ STUDIO 3
A~celpi h otuse;of Representa3tives (I4
Asotorganiz:ation imeeting will y ________________________________._______________________
be held tonight. Plans for the se-
j mes cr will be formulated. -____

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