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THE....MICHIGANU D14:11;riLY l

The Engineering Council will meet at 7:15 p. m. in Room 302 Mich-
igan Union.
Seniors, School of Education: Your last chance to order invitations:
and announcements will be March 20 and 21 from 1:30 to 5:00 in
University Hall.

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Section of Psychology.
Section of Sanitary and

Room 1121, Natural Science Building Towinoo Aircraft
Medical Science. Room 2501, East Medical A
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on e e i y . p y w veu oy m e a ss m a wu e n r r e m - -A n g ell H all. S
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. im. Saturday) WASH
Junior Engineers who are on the Class Track Team or who want 4:15 p. m. Address "The Wondering Scholars and Med . ing of a
VOL. XL. THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1930 No. 121 to be on it are requested to be at the Yost Field House at 7:30 p. in. Songs (Carmina Burana)", By Alfons Hilka, Professor at University of ieoibt
Gottingen. Natural Science Auditorium, tet dea
NOTICES Iota Alpha, Beta Chapter, meets in Room 3201 East Engineering 6:30 p.h. Annual Dinner for all Sections of the Academy.dMichigan'toe gea
Class Rooms: The following class rooms, at certain hours Friday Bldg., at 7:30 p. m. Mr. Gordon L. Jensen will speak. League Building. Tickets should be secured at Headquarters beforei tC Ciae
and Saturday, will be used by the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, noon. All members of the Academy, candidates for membership and; secretare
and Letters: Frosh Frolic Committee: Meeting at 8:00 p. ., Michigan Union, guests are cordially invited).sa
Angell- Hall, 16, 35, 231, 1035, 2003, 2013. room 306. 7:30 p. in. Presidential Address. Banquet Room, Michigan Leaue only wi
Economics, 101. Building. "A theory of Circulation, Explaining on a Hormonic Basis thant t
Natural Science, 1121, 2003, 2039, 2054, 21,16, 3056. Pandit J. C. Chatterji, distinguished Hindu philosopher and Director Certain Relationships between the Blood, Lymph, and Intercellular; sound, a
Instructors, normally using these rooms, who are not dismissing of the International School of Vedic and Allied Research, will speak on Fluid." Dr. Oliver Kamm, Research Director, Parke, Davis, and Com- ed airma
their classes for the Academy meetings, should see me before 3 p. i., "Modern Movements for Social and Religious Reform in India, " at 4:15 pany, Detroit.
Thursday, in order that the announcement of temporary substitute pp.m. The public is invited. Saturday, March 22
rooms may appear in this Daily Official Bulletin Friday morning. 9:00 a. in. Section of Botany. Room 2003, Natural Science Buding,
D L. Rich I...9:..nEVENTS.~ m. ScTion D., RiOm 23a_r r_,_ ience Buildig.

v .oiued PrM
INGTON, March 19.-Tow-
ircraft by other planes was
ed Monday by the depart-
commerce as a result of
ths In recent months of
[er pilots
ice iv: . oung, assistant
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d exception would be made
Ten proof were presentgd
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COIN EENS xcio o rorssy. oom 2116, Natural Science Buildin.
University Lecture: Professor Alfons Hilka, of the University of Section of Language and Literature. Room 2013, Angell Hall.
School or Music Assembly Classes in the School of Music and in- Gottingen: "The Wandering Scholars and Medieval Latin Songs (The Section of Mathematics. Room 1035, Angell Hall.
dividual lessions are cancelled for the hoar 11to 12 on Friday, March 21,CS i Natural Science Audi- :on of Zoology. Room 2116, Natural Science Building.
Students are requested to assemble in the auditorium of the School of torium.1:5p n ucenfrMmes fteScino ahmtc.
Music for an address to be delivered by Mr. Hubert Foss, of London, trum._Ladies' Dining Room, Michigan Union.
England, composer, critic, and managing editor of the music division 2:00 p. m. Meeting of the Counil. Room 4065, atural Science
of the Oxaord University Prees. Mr. Foss is paying a special viAit to '( ) . P . lnot ae hi cass at nine Building.
Ann Arbor and the general pub'ic, as well as studLrnts in other schools o clock on Friday. 2:00 p. in. Section of Mathematics. Room 1035, Angell Hall.
and colleges are cordially invited toEattend..The Teaching of English : Professor C. D. Thorpe will not meet his B 3:00 p. . Meeting of the Academy. Room 2003, Natural Science
.classes Friday. uln
yMfta__GeYr_ All addresses and section meetings arc open to the public.
To My Fstial otvrt Gers £ oui atenton is respectfully -.-----. __

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Lenses and Frames Made to Order
Optical Prescriptions Filled


called to the notice on M:.-tyFestival copns which-providesthatu weeG.eolgy2:Thelectur wil be gven a usual Friday of
the cou on as n echage.vale o $300 eek Th rcitaionl sections will not meet on 'Thursdaynand Friday,
to and including April :3, hthecon c u fha esi n tehihgnvAlaedeyf c3.0i0en e,
on the purchase of a scason May ?estival ticket, and that after April however, on account of the sessions of the Michigan Academy of Science
. Arts, and Letters. I. D. Scott
30, it has 4 no value.
Coupons and orders for tickets may be mailed or brought to the
School of Music office in person. where they will be fhied and later filled All eligible women interested in trying out for the Northwestern
in sequence and mailed out about April 1i. ebate will come to 3209 A. H. Monday evening, March 24, at 7:30 p. i.
Charles A. Sink prepared to give a five minute speech on installment buying..


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Prospective Teachers of Romance Languages: Graduate students1
and June and August Seniors in the Literary and Education Schools The Michigan Academy of Scien
who will have completed the requirements before fall and wish to be the following programs for March 20,
considered for a "Departmental Recommendation to Teach French or; Thursday, M
Spanish" from the Dept. of Rom. Langs., should leave their names with- 9:00 a. m. Section of Geology and
out delay in 112 R. L. for French, and 212 R. L. for Spanish, if they Science Building.
have not already #done so. This recommendation is independent of 1:30 B. di. Meeting of the Coun
Individual recommendations from teachers already handed to Appoint- Building.
ment Bureau, and candidates should have both. Only those who leave' 2:30 p. . Educational moving plc
their names can be considered. All students looking forward to this ofLConservation. " lgs anc Lumber,"
recommendation should consult with Dr. Thieme in regard to Prench, MmalL."Atrascienceoldl
and Dr. Wagner, in regard to Spanish, when electing courses.41Charles5 p.B nkey,dressC "Wia Ge
H._P._______ Science Auditorium.
Students, Coeges of Engineering and Architecture: Incompletes 8:30 p. m. Reception and Annual
in all courses must be removed before the end of the eighth week of Exhibit. Museums Building. All
the semester of residence next succeeding that in which the courses members of the Academy, candi-
were elected. For the present semester. April 12 is the final date for re- dates for membership, and guests
moval of incompletes, without official extension of time. are cordially invited. The Michi-
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary gan Academy Exhibit, and the Ex-
_____hibition halls and research labora-
Senior Engineers: Information has been received from the Engi- tories of the University Museums
neering Experiment Station, University of Illinois, advising that there ill be open for the Academy meet-
will be a few research graduate assistantships open in that institution,riy ch
offering part-time teaching and part-time study for advanced degrees. Friday, March 21
Engineering students interested in this please interview the under- 9:00 a. m. Meetings of the vari-
signed. ous Sections of the Academy.
F. N. Menefee Section of Anthropology. Room
12054, Natural Science Building.
Applications for the DuPont FeYowship in Chemistry should be sent Section of Botany. Room 2003,
to the Chairman of the Chemistry Department, Dr. M. Gomberg, by Natur Science Budi nd Sociol-
Thursday, March 20. ogy, Room 101, Economics Building.
Tolstoy Lecture Postponed: Professor H. Y. McClusky will lecture Section F orestry. Room 2039,
Thursday, March 27, at 4:15 p. m., Room 231 Angell Hall, on Tolstoy's Section of Geography. Room 16,
"My Confession," instead of today, as previously announced. Angell Hall.
Section of Geology and Mineral-
Senior Engineers: Order Caps and Gowns at either of Geo. Moe's ogy. Room 3056, Natural Science
Sport Shops as soon as possible. # Building.
Section of Language and Litera-
EVENTS TODAY ture. Room. 2013, Angell Hall.
Architectural Building Exhibition: A large number of photographic Section of Psychology. Room 1121,
enlargements showing the work of Mr. Lee Lawrie, leading American Natural Science Building.
Architectural Sculptor, are now on exhibition in the third floor gallery, Section of Sanitary and Medical
daily, except Sunday, from 9 to 5. Science. Room 2501, East (New)
Medical Building.
Psychology 31: Students in experimental sections of the Social! Section of Zoology. Room 2116,
Opinion study are requested to meet at 4:00 p. m., in room 2003 N. S. Natural Science Building.
today or in room 239 A. H., on Friday, March 21. 12:15 p. m. Biologists' Luncheon.
Edward B. Greene l Room 1023, Natural Science Build-

F. K. Riley

Additions daily to our
Bargain Counter
Reference Books




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Students Interested in Business Administration: A meeting of the Luncheon for Members of See-
Business Administration Club will be held at 7:10 p. m., today, in tion of Economics and Sociology.
Room 316 Michigan Union. Dean C. E. Griffin will talk on the "Alumni Michigan League Building.
of the School of Business Administration." There will be an oppor- Luncheon for Members of Fine
tunity for questions and discussion. This is the first of a series of eight Arts Section. Michigan League
meetings designed to make clear the work of the School. All interested Building.
are cordially invited to attend. Luncheon for Members of the
Forestry Section. Michigan Union.
Engineers: Dr. Charles P. Berkey, Head of the, Department of Luncheon for Members of the
Geology at Columbia University, and an authority on the subject of Geology and Mineralogy Section.
foundations for reservoir dams, will speak on this subject in Room 2054 Michigan Union.
of the Natural Science Building at 2:00 p. m. This lecture will be of Luncheon for Members of the
interest to engineering students. History and Political Science Sec-
tion. Michigan Union. Address,
Notice to Seniors: Mr. Robert S. Peare, '22, will be at the Union "The New Approach to the Study
today to interview seniors who may be interested in a business training of American History," by Professor
class offered by the General Electric Company in Schenectady, New Arthur S. Aiton. Discussion led by
York. Those interested will please call at the Union for an interview or the Chairman.
an appointmnent. Luncheon for Members of the
Sanitary and Medical Science Sec- .
Senior Mechanical Engineers: Mr. J. H. Dillon of the Ingersoll-Rand tion. Michigan Union.
Company will be in Room 221 West Engineering building this morning 12:00 p. m. Luncheon for Mem-
for the purpose of interviewing any men who may be interested in em- bers of the Psychology Section.
ployment with this company. Michigan League.
H. C. Anderson 1:30 p. m. Section of Geography.
Room 16, Angell Hall.
Senior Mechanical Engineers: Mr. Hurlburt and others from the 2:00 p. m. Meetings of the vari-
Detroit Edison Company will be in Room 153 West Engineering Build- ous Sections of the Academy.
ing today for the purpose of interviewing any men who may be inter- Section of Anthropology. Room
ested in employment with this company. Will those interested please 2054, Natural Science Building.
make appointments in Room 221? H. C. Anderson Section of °Botany. Room 2003,1
Natural Science Building.
Seniors, E. E. and M. E.: The Detroit Edison Company will be Section of Economics and Sociol-
represented here for recruiting, by Mr. Hurlburt, Employment Manager, Bogy. Room 101, Economics Build-
and others today in room 153. Section of Fine Arts. Room D
A. D. Moore, H. C. Anderson Scino ieAt.Ro
(first floor), Alumni Memorial Hall.
Section of Forestry. Wood Utiliza--{
Co~oquium in Applied Mechanics: Mr. J. N. Goodier, Common- tion Laboratory (old hospital heat-
wealth Fellow, Graduate of Cambridge University, will present a paper ing plant).
on Corrugations of Metal Surfaces due to Rolling Loads, at 8 p. m., in Section of Language and Litera-
Room 445, West Eng. Bldg. ture. Room 2013, Angell Hall.

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