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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. m. Saturday)
VOL. XL. FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1930 No. 122

Luncheon for Members of the Geology and Mineralogy Section. Mich-
igan Union.
Luncheon for Members of the History and Political Science Section.
Michigan Union. Address, "The New Approach to the Study of American
Histocenry," by fo Professorr Arthur S.t Aiton. ntr n Discussion led bya theSe Chairman.}
tinLuncheon for Members of the Sanitary and Medical Science Sec- B
tion. Michigan Union.TO 0
12:00 p. m. Luncheon for Members of the Psychology Section. Mich- Slide Rule
igan League.
1:30 p. m. Section of Geography. Room 16, Angell Hall. Will be
2:00 p. ni. Meetings of the Various Sections of the Academy. B
Section of Anthropology. Room 2054, Natural Science Building.:
Section of Botany. Room 2003, Natural Science Building. DIXON Bi
Section of Economics and Sociology. Room 101, Economics Building.
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'[HSI 0nfl airr or to Represent 'D-P f-fl-l rri
0.1dV!li University at Dental il UIIIII1J ily

Affair, April
Held in Union.

dental college will attend the an-
4th, nual meeting of the American As-
sociation of Dental Schools on
March 24, 25, and 26 at Toronto,

Mic higan State College Pcport
ii-,;(-es t'rduction of
(Yr.., l.I,

To the Presidents of Sororities and Fraternities: You are request-
ed to file a list of the members and pledges of your fraternity for the

Ontario. Drs. Marcus L. Ward and
AND WILL PLAY R. K. Brown will be featured on the DAIRY STOCK INCREASES

oecblon i

of r'ine tams Knorm 1) (first finnr) Ahirnni TUpmn ial T-;nil

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second semester in the office of the Dean of Students, Room z JiI1 u \ L u ±iuJ±. niikviC1oiUi l MO
versity Hall, on or before April 1, on a printed form to be secured from Section of Forestry. Wood Utilization Laboratory (old hospital.heder representatives from the
that office' heating plant). Rule Dance, April 4, will be broad- University will be Drs. Bunting, .EAST
J. A. Bursicy, Dean of Students Section of Language and Literature. Room 2013, Angell Hall. cast over WJR, according to L. Lynns, Rickert, and Kingery. The cific rec
Section of Psychology. Room 1121, Natural Science 3 iding Verne Ansel, '31E, general charman. meeting will include a delegation bal the l
Section of Sanitary and Medical Science. Room 2501, East Medical Ray Dixon and his orchestra who from every dental school in the
George G. Booth Traveling Fellowship: The seventh annual com- Building' will furnish the music come to Ann United States and Canada, the fac- crops ar
petition for the George G. Booth Traveling 'Fellowship in Architecture Section of Zoology. Room 2116, Natural Science Building. Arbor from the Aragon club in ulties of the various colleges form- tur ao
will be held in April. The preliminary sketch will be mare on Saturday, 1 2:30 p. m. Section of History and Political Science. Room 231, ing the bulk of the representation. the agri
April 12, and the final drawings prepared during the following two Angell Hall. Chicago where they have played Dean Ward will speak at 3 o'clock, gan Sta
weeks. Will all those intending to participate in the competition be good 4:15 p. m. Address, "The Wondering Scholars and Medieval Latin since the first of the year. on Tuesday afternoon, March 25,
enough to file an application at ths office of the College of Architecture. Songs (Carmina Burana)", By Alfons Hilka, Professor at University of Definite arrangements have been while Dr. Brown is scheduled at 12arte
Emil Lorch Gottingen. Natural Science Auditorium. made to hold the affair in the Un-
6:30 p. in. Annual Dinner for all Sections of the Academy. Michigan ion ballroom. Tickets will be plac- topic will be concerned with dental gard to
Applications for Vie DuPont Fel owship in Chemistry should be sent League Building. Tickets should be secured at Headquarters before ed on sale Monday morning, and Ister will speak on the evaluation of should b
h noon. All members of the Academy, candidates for membership and Iwill be limited to students of the
to the Chairman of the Chemistry Deportmnent, Dr. M. Gomberg, by gussaecrilyivtd personalities in the dental stu- Iec
Thursday, March 28, instead of March 20 as previously announced. - engineering college. dents. Inra
7:30 p. in. Presidential Address. Banquet Room, Michigan League Preferential sale will continue '.ing crop
Building. "A theory of Circulation, Explaining on a Hormonic Basis until March 28, after which time . in view
ySoi 2- Because of the sessions Certain Relationships between the Blood, Lymph, and Intercellular i students from other colleges mayC m ittees Apointed ingthat
Seminaryin Social Theory Sciece here will be no meeting of this Fluid." Dr. Oliver Kamm, Research Director, Parke, Davis. and Com- purchase any remaining tickets. for 1930 Senior Ball the bac
of the Michigani Academy o cec hr ilb omeigo hspnDtot
pay etot William F. Ross, '31E, who has, assumin
seminary this wee.. J. Carr All addresses and section meetings are open to the public. recently appeared at a magician With The announcement yester- "Cond
!at several campus functions, has day of the various sub-committee- Michiga
Summer Employment: Mr. J. F. Glass of the McCall Company, will been secured to furnish a special men who are to handle details of jcrease h
Summer Session: Copies of the Complete Announcement of the be in Room 304, Michigan Union, from 2:00 to 6:00 p. in., to interview feature. j the Senior Ball, arrangements for the rep
Summer Session of 1930 may be obtained at the registration offices of students for salaried positions during spring and summer vacations. the chief social function of the tinie to
the various Schools and Colleges. J. A. Bursiey F 'Rf eircase o ne a.wiehe can
J.A use Facult~y RfeMetsenior classes got under way. While' i
Edward H. Kraus C no decision has yet been reached cordanc
-Polonia Literary Circle: Regular meeting and election of officers, Arranged by R.O.T.C. regarding where the ball is to be ed upon
Senior Men in the School of Education: Orders for Caps and Gowns tonight at 7:30, in Lane Hall Auditorium. held, overtures have begun towards labor di
Seio Mn n heScoo __E____n:Orrfr__pad_ wsMonthly rifle meets for members securing an orchestra for the af- olad
should be placed at either of Moe's Sport Shops this week. No deposit Mnhyrfemesfrmmesscrn nocetafrteahssi n
ddrrh'of the University faculty are being fair, and the night of May 23 has ieport p
need be made until gowns arrive. Please have your measurements Seniors, School of Education: Your last chance to order invitations arranged by the R. 0. T. C. and are been set as the date. into Mic
taken, now. and announcements will be today from 1:30 to 5:00 in University Hall. open to all of the faculty members Appointments made by Charles will con
interested in attending. The first Young, '30E, general chairman of stock in
Frosh Frolic tickets are on sale at the Michigan Union from 3 to 5. of these meets was held two months the dance, are as follows: music this stat
EVENTS TODAY r ago at which nine professors Charles Monroe, '30, chairman, and below th
University Lecture: Professor Alfons Hilka, of the Unversity of COMING EVENTS matched their skill with rifles. A§Jones Shannon, '30; favors and 000 acre
Gottingen: "The Wandering Scholars and Medieval Latin Songs (The Isecond meet was held on the R. O. programs, Alexander Ruelle, '30, Furth
Carmina Burana)" 4:15 p. m., Natural Science Auditorium. University Bureau of Appointments an Occupational Information:T. C. range Tuesday night and this chairman, and Ralph Abbot, '30E; .are war
_ _A representative of the Firestone Tire and Rubber Company will be in was attended by 22 men. Prof. D. publicity, Harry Coll, '30, chair- boosts
International Forum: Pandit J. C. Chatteri will lead an informal this office on the afternoon of March 25. Will those who are interested A. Moore won the first prize shoot-I publicity, Harry Coll, '30E, chair- of both
discussion at 4:10 p. in., in Lane Hall on "New India." All cordially in sales or office work please call at the office to make an appoint- ing at standard targets. Prof. F. orations, Harold Hammond, '30E, 1929, the
R. Finch, of the engineering col- chairman, and Ruth Brooke, '30;n
ivited. ment? .Fnh fteegneigcl himn n uhBok,'0 northerr
Jean_Greenshields lege, took the prize on the bobbing tickets, Richard Cole, '30, chair-owin
y :tg Atarget event, and Prof. J. C. Brier, man, and Stanley Cochran, '30E. 'particul
D Willa' class in Philosophy 33 at 9 o'clock, will mee today in Economics Club: Norman S. B. Gras, Professor of Business History, also of the engineering college, SOurcO
School of Business Administration, Harvard University, will speak on was victorious in shooting at the SSreat
Room 4014 N. S. "The Economic History of an English Village," on Monday, March 24, punch-board targets. Sundresses ats
Psychology 31: Students in experimental sections of the Social at 8:00 p. m., in room 302 of the Michigan Union. Princeton Conference panion c
s y2 N~BUCKNELL UNIVERSITY-For- I seedlings
Opinion study are requested to :.eet at 4:00 p. in., in room 2003 N. S. Rabbi Leo Franklin will speak at the Student Convocation in Hill ty-four of the 400 women students Prof. Edson R. Sunderland, of the is especi
today or in room 239 A. H. today. Auditorium, Sunday evening, at 8 p. in. The topic will be "New Altars of Bucknell university may not Law School, who has been in the I Recet
Edward B. Greene and New Gods." This is sponsored by the Student Christian Association walk on campus or have dates for East since last Tuesday, yesterday a prom
. through the courtesy of the Wesleyan Guild Foundation.-I the next six months as a result of delivered one of the addresses at those tr
Geology 2: The lecture will be given as usual today. The recitation their admissions that they smoked the Princeton Conference on Poli- in the a
sections will not meet today, however, on account of the sessions of Hindustan Club: Nippon Club will be at home to the members of in their rooms during the present tics which is holding a three-day a decrea
the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters. D Scott the Club on Sunday, the 23rd, at 7:30 p. m., at Lane Hall. All the mem- year. The penalty was meted out session at Princeton, N. J. ( college s
bers are requested to be present. i by the women's student senate, the Yesterday's meeting was devoted ing nun
A business meeting will be held March 23, at 3 p. in., at Lane Hall. self-governing student organiza-to the administration of criminal will furt
Rhetoric: Mr. Butchart's Sections: Mr. Butchart will not meet his The presence of all of the members is requested. k lion, after the 44 had found them- I justice-court organization and timothy
Sections in Rhetoric today. Continue thereading as assigned. Cselves unable to sign a pledge that procedure. Professor Sunderland livestock
Congregational Student Fellowship: Prof. Stuart A. Courtis will they had not smoked in their presented a comparison of English legumeI
Rhetoric: Mr. Helm's Classes: Mr. Helm's classes will not meet today. speak on "A Scientific Approach to Religion" at 6:30 p. in., Sunday, in rooms. and American methods of practice are adv
Rhetoric 11 students should prepare all revisions for Monday. the church parlors. Social period from 5:30 to 6:00, luncheon from n trial and appellate courts. producti

(BY A ,clmite,, Pt hms)
LANSING, March 20.--Spe-
ommendations for increases
acreage of Michigan corn,
egume hay and sugar beet
e contained in an agricul-
tlook report prepared by
cultural division of Michi-
te college. The same re-
)mmends retention of pres-
ages and policies with re-
winter wheat, oats, potatoes
ns. Timothy hay acreage
e reduced, it advises.
ses in the acrtsages of feed-
s are largely recommended
of trends in livestock farm-
find the horse relegated to
ground and the dairy cow
g prime importance.
itions indicates that the
n farmer may safely in-
is corn acreage over 1929,"
rt says. "He should con-
) grow about all the- corn
conveniently handle in ac-
e with the limitations plac-
him by his crop rotation,
stribution, insect pests and
climatic conditions." The
redicts importationof corn
higan for feeding purposes
tinuc to increase as live-
creases. The acreage in
e last year was 15 per cent
e 10-year average of 1,588,-
er barley acreage increases
ranted in view of livestock
ogether with the conditions
barley and corn crops in
report says. For much of
Michigan, where corn
is hazardous, barley is
xrly recommended as a
of home-grown concen-
Barley is one of the most
ory of all grains as a com-
:rop for clover and alfalfa
s. The new Spaetan barley
ally recommended,
trends in hay prices and
se of a continuation of
ends warrant an increase
creage of legume hays and
ise in that of timothy, the
specialists believe. Decreas-
nber of horses and mules
;her restrict the demand for
while increases in other
will boost the demand for
products. Alfalfa increases
ised in spite of the great
on strides in this state.



English 31: Mr. Litzenberg will not meet his 9 o'clock class in
English 31. Assignment for Monday is Professor Bernbaum's Introduc-
tion to Jonathan Swift.
Economics 54: Mr. Ellis' Section, F at 9: This section will meet
today in Room 104 Ec., instead of Room 101 Ec.
Senior Electricals: Mr. Widdows of the Electric Controller & Mfg.
Company will recruit in Room 153 today.
A. D. Moore
Sociology Section: Michigan1Academy of Science: Arthur D. Wood,
Parole Commissioner of Michigan, will give a lecture on parole followedj
by a discussion in Room 101 Economics at 2 p. m.
A. E. Wood

6:00 to 6:30, ~

1 -=


Michigan Dames: A Section of
the Girls' Glee Club of theUni -
versity School of Music will furnish
the program for the next meeting!
of the Michigan Dames club to be
held Monday evening, March 24, at
8:00 o'clock in Wesley Hall, corner,
of Huron and State Streets. A good
attendance is desired.


New York Listed
Conservative margin
accounts solicited
Telephone 23271
Investmsm Securities
Ann Arbor Trust Bldg.
1st Floor


Additions daily to our
Bargain Counter
Reference Boos
50c each


The Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters announces the
following program for Friday, March 21:
9:00 a. m. Meetings of the various Sections of the Academy.
Section of Anthropology. Room 2054, Natural Science Building
Section of Botany. Room 2003, Natural Science Building.
Section of Economics and Sociology. Room 101, Economics Building.
Section of Forestry. Room 2039, Natural Science Building.
Section of Geography. Room 16, Angell Hall.
Section of Geology and Mineralogy. Room 3056, Natural Science
Section of Language and Literature. Room 2013, Agell Hall.
Section of Psychology. Room 1121, Natural Science Building.
Section of Sanitary and Medical Science. Room 2501, East (New)
Medical Building.
Section of Zoology. Room 2116, Natural Science Building.
12:15 p. in. Biologists' Luncheon. Room 1023, Natural Science
Luncheon for Members of Section of Economics and Sociology. Mich-
igan League Building.
Luncheon for Members of the Fine Arts Section Michigan League
Luncheon for Members of the Forestry Section. Michigan Union.


Stamp Collectors are invited to
attend the meeting of the Ann Ar-'
bor stamp club which will be held
this week Saturday night at 8 o'-j
clock in room 408 of the Romance
Languages building. Dr. Frank E.!
Robbins will talk on "United States





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you, but to many of us the expense is
too great. Being always well dressed in
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The New Two trouser Suits
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Model by others $35 to $50
Del Prete New
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cash-and no reserve fund available.

emergency-call for
No wonder a fellow

despairs. The prudent student keeps a cash reserve fund
in the Bank to take care of all immediate obligations and
unforeseen emergencies. And in the meantime
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