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I ~0 11/KED V00 TRIP THROUGH STATI
DAILY OF F I I A L DULL li N ~ N~ewsFrom Other Colleges COLA IO1OR TWooENT
Publcat ion in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all..members-
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the 'Presi- UNVRITMFKASSHel NIESTYONENESI__91 I iids
dent until 3:30 p. im. (11:30 a. m. Saturday) toIVtourT theKstateHeduringVEsSringF TE-NSSEEi-st
week or any pre-initiation hazing! According t oieprsreJ oie retTofo aflctionr isanteding osrdnby le-
VOL. XL. FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1930 No. 116 1 may endanger the individual or r;PlcAretTofrU awuctinsagnbigofrdbyet~ st
;prove detrimental to the University a rong the irecords of he n~vden3ts t dvsers rotforeigA. scut h e1d nta
has just been abolished. All chap- sity since 1888, prospective students Assembly; Free-forall detrs'tovthemsfrotfore . . igndt- I d
NOTICES -+- ters breaking this new rule are lia-! at that time were required to bring Fight Ensues. ner and Prof. Carlton Wells.. By enterta
Notice to Seniors: In answer to several inquiries: Payment of class( ble to punishment by the Men's with them to school among other - chartering a bus for the whole trip.jmerce
dues is not, so far as I am aware, a pre-requisite to graduation. Stdent or the Inter-Fraternity things a bed, a mattress, a table, GANDH I CONTINUES TRIP; expenses amount to only $11 or $12 deuces
Studnt ounil.Per individual, but only 20 men can This
SilyW SmtSceaya chair, a tub, a bucket and dip- Asoitdre) be accommodated. cne
c eaca ctlaws nayAscae rs)Opportunities for Observing Psychiatric Social Work: The Illinois UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN- peaca;cute ahpan BOMBAY, India, March 13.-Two During the four and a half days a groin
Society for Mental Hygiene will take in charge the spring holidays a The Board of Regents has. rescind-i mirror, and a student lamp. It was !policemen and 50 strikers were in- tipsBte reekwKlamazoosuch Grand yad r
certain number -of junior and senior students from this University for ; d a resolution which stated thatj further noted that there aticles ,juremart dydrn ih nteRaislansingk,Kaamackoo ndheyandre
a week of observation and contact wth the work of this organization in inancial aid could not be received! must be present i_> each student's toil ay hda uriafiherenthe Rpansto Inspect atdleacson.mjT'hiude
Chicago. Students living in Chicago or nearby who are interested in from outside sources. ro,~igo odtorayfraiwy-hd - -- - hrete- ln-oinpc a eatte aor lide
this field may obtain application blanks for this opportunity at my . Great \Indian Peninsula railway ilillililllii111i11i1t1tiliiii
office, 208 Economics Bldg., or they can apply for same to the Secre- iB OSTON UNIVERSITYCo-eds iegular inspection, maintains a large force. The work--
tary of the Economics Department, 107 Economics Bldg. Application still blush when they are placed in-- esatmpe"
blaksmut e etrne bfoe prl 0.embarrassing situations, according! UNIVERSITY OF INDIANA - r atmpe passive resistance zE
blaksmut e etrnd efreApil10 toWod the confessions of Boston uni- The following comes as the result by lying prostrate and obstructing;
(vrsity women, who admit that; the loyal workmen. U
these occasions are their most try-j of the observations of a manager Poiearsdtw ofhetik
Stdets CllgeofLiertueSceneand the Arts: No course ing moments, of a cafe near the University. _
San udentsctedCorlleetof Lteratur, Mrcn 1.- ;1. Co-eds eat less when a man !leaders on adacharge tepasof athnunlawful as-
W.It HmpresAsisan DanUNIVERSITY OF CALIF ORNIA,'is paying the bill than when alone. sebly andvtrespass and thn t-oIviaton
Los Angeles.-The baseball season: 2. Men students ask more fret tempted to disperse the prone =
Studexts, School of Education: No course may be elected for credit has already started out in the landi quently for credit than girls. workmen with staves. The work-i - sold in .Angell
afe audy ac 5 of eternal sunshine. The U. C. L. A.! 3. More carbonated drinks, such men arose anid stoned the police,
Elizabeth B. Clark, Recorder jnine has already played one con -!as Coca-Cola, are ordered by co- tefe-o-l ih nun.O E W E
---- i~~ fere nce game with Santa Clara. eds, but more coffee by men. - M +
Varsity Debate: On account of difficulty in train schedules, the --------------.-.-__ --- _- Ahmadaba d, India, Mrh1Marchae wt es igni nvest 131e MARCH 11.407t-; Thhe'sEuaio lb ilmetMndy 7,i om aamaGnhiadhiiat
night at 7:30 p.,in., instead of 3 p. mn., as announced. 1304, Michigan Union, at 7:15 o'clock. of 79 devotees left Aslali at dawn Samples will be on display at that ti
--- -Dr. Johnston, principal of the University High School, will speak today on the second stage of theiri litotenu erp
Seniors, School of Education: Orders for commencement invita- on: The Teacher as a Person. march to the salt fields at Jalapur='lmtothnubr(
tions and announcements will be taken from March 17 through the 21 There will be election of officers for the second semester, in inauguration of the campaign'B
from 1 until 5 p. in. in University Ball. Payment must be made at that - ,___ for Indian independence. =
time., "Upper Room" Bible Class: The Forty-Third Anniversary of the Unlike Wednesday, when thou- 'dIIIIIIJ1tII~IIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIfIIiii11111111111111
- -- "Upper Room" Bible Class will be held Saturday evening, March 15, sands gathered outside his collge fUllhI1t11I11llh11ifi111111111iJII1fh1ttt01iiijgii1iiii,
EVENS TDAYat 6 o'clock at the Christ Church, Hill and Tappan. Reservations for at Ahmadabad, there was no crowd
EVETSTODY the banquet may be made by phoning Lane Hll, 8969. All men stu-y today outside the rest house where.
University Lecture: Mr. John C. Nedermair, of the Bureau of dents are cordially invited.thpaysentenitndw n
Construction and Repair of the U. S. Navy Department: "The Salvage !thme party took the road there were 2
of Submarines in the Open Sea," illustrated with still and moving plc- Beta Kappa Rho will meet in the Cave of the League Building, Sat- ;no followers. 2 Ju uou
tures, at 8:00 p. in., Natural Sience Auditorium. t'irday, March 15, at 8:15 p. m,. The next halt was scheduled for=
- - - - Bareja, seven miles distant, where
S Make-up Examination in Sociology: The make up examination In Michigan Dames: Because of the Junior Girls Play there will be no the Mahatma planned to address a iWlo
Sociolog*y 121 and 141 will be held at 2 o'clock, in room 103 Ec. regular meeting on Monday evening, March 17.a meeting, expounding the "civil dis-
A. E. Wood (- obedience" which the Indian na-14
- - --- Tolstoy League: Professor H. Y. McClusky will lecture on Tostoy's tionalists of his school intend to
Chemical Engineers: A representative of the National Tube Coi- book "My Confession" Tuesday, March 18, at 4:15 in room 231 Angell use in ending British administra-
pany of Pittsburgh will be in Prof. A. H. White's office today to inter-: Hall. l ion of India._ Presents
view men interested in positions with that company. Please make ap- -- = " -- - - -
pointments with Miss McKm.
THE ALL-CAMPUS F
Senior Mechanical & Electrical Engineers: Mlr. S. W. Chieney, das ! IM
Engineer of the Central Public Service Corporation o Chicago, will be A" AGIS LI
In Room 221 West Engineering Building from two to four today to
interview any men interested in employment with this company.
U. C Anersn, A D.Mooe aOf Special Interest to Teachers, Preachers,
School of Education Seniors: Those who have not yet paid classjLir ias nd Su et - r
dAues ($3.50) may do so in University Hall today and Friday from 2 toLir ias nd Su e t- r
5, or Saturday morning from 9-12."lo
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Csmopa'itan Club: Regular meeting at 7:30 p. i., at Lanc Hall.-
Initiation of new members dill be followed by a social program. OF
Esperanto: The Esperanto class meets at 7 p. mn., in Room 30, -
Michigan Union. ee encrno k SI
>Presbytrian Students: You are invited to a party and mixer to- efIn eok
night at the Church House, 1432 WashtenawJ Avenue from 8 to 12. Cannot fail to interest you
Hillel Foundation: Those desiri ng appointments with Miss Frances-
IHarrison of the Training School for Jewish Social Work of New York SIX 2
City who will be in Ann Arbor March 14, 15, 16, are asked to com-I 7UJJN IV E R Sj IT Y'
inunicate with Rabbi A. Hi. Fink at once,. a
The Rendezvous~ Club is sioflsoriflg an informal dance in Palmer a
Hil ouse at 9:30 p. m. The club welcomes any members of the;
freshman class to attend.. Tickets may be purchased in 'Lane Hall. r ________________ ____ _________________________________
COMVING IEVEN'TS _11111illlil11lIill1H11111-1111A11i111i11p111111[ll
Engineering Faculty and Stu-
events: 'Mr. John C. Niedermnair, of j I
the Bureau of Construction and Re- 2 MIMES PLA'YERS PRESENT a=
pair, Navy Department, will speak w'ir n e t e n
on some of the Technical and Eu -
gineing Features in connction 'H EJOr
with Submarine Salvage, Saturday.;WB R ID E "
March 15, at 11:00 a. in., in room - K
445 West Engineering Building.v All j-(^
Interested are invited to attend.
G #rman 160 will meet as usual = y Oliver and Middleton
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trial plants, several education
itutions and municipal works;-
ate capitol, and state prison.
dition, the students will be "
wined by chambers of corn-'
and received in private resi--
as guests.
>trip marks the twentieth:-
utive state tour arranged for.
ip of foreign students. This,
,hey leave Monday, April 14;
turn Friday noon, April 18,j
the supervision of Professor
lr who will travel with them.
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ation: Students absent from ex- _ M ow fer6ia
painroom 2125, Staturday morn- The IMIIIES TinTE f o:vieor dropSr .at°-
ing, March 15, at 9.a. m. to make w i njfoyth evliling mu--
up such deficiencies. -= no h itn u
Adelbert Ford C f oe2ake'
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