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Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members LANSING MichMarch 22.-Ac- 1n itIulsFncnidr h
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi- cording to the report of the fish proportion 01 fry, fingerlings andill
dent until 3:30 p. mi. (11:30 a. m. Saturday) division of the Department of Con- yearlings included. Fred A. Wes-
VOL. XL. SUNDAY, MARCH 23, 2930 . - servation 221.718,526 fish were plant- terman, head of the fish division, Dr. Kidder, Member of October
1 in Michigar'slakes and sreas said in commenting on the plant- Expedition to Mexico,
midse-in 1929, representing an increase of;.
Faculty, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture: The mid-se-62 per cent over the total number ing record: "Due to a general as- to Talk Tuesday.
mester reports on students in your classes whose work is below pasing planted in 1928. sumption that a planted fingerling
grade will be due on Saturday, April 5. The cards for these reports may Of the total plant of fish, a little has a better chance of reaching FLEW WITH LINDBERGH
be obtained in the office of the Secretary, 263 West Engineering Build- over two-thirds were of the con- maturity than a planted fry, the
ing, and should be filed in this office after they have been filled out. mercial species, the other third be- dh Uig as his sui.ject the October
ing of the "game" spcis fish division for the last few ycars Uinga i ujc h coe
The three commercial species has been increasing the proportion aerial survey of the now famous
NOTICES planted were lake trout, 9,855,000, of fingerlings and yearrlin! over Mayan archeological ruins in Mex-
To the Presidents of Sororities ind Fraternities: You are request- wall-eyed pike, 43,660,000, and fry planted, as ra y as facilities ico, Dr. Alfred V. Kidder, of the
ed to file a list of the members and pledges of your fraternity for the whitefish, 9,125,000. would permit." Early American history staff of the
second semester in the office of the Dean of Students, Room 2, Uni- Perch continued to hold the The figures submitted by the fish Carnegie Foundation in Washing-
versity Hail, on or before April 1, on a printed form to be secured from lead among the game fish planted division's report do not include the ton, will speak in Hill Auditorium
that office. in inland waters. The Fish Divis-
.J. A. Jiursy, Dean of Students ions report showed that over hall nomreial special planted by the at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening. The
J. A I~nilv, eanof Sudets ortshoed hat verhal hacheiesof the Federal Bureau
of the game fish planted were Fisheries speaker was one of the few scien-
George G. Booth Traveling Fellowship: The seventh annual com- perch. Announcement was also made of tists who were fortunate enough to
petition for the George G. Booth Traveling Fellowship in Architecture Figures showing the total plant~ the opening of the Round Lake out accompany Colonel Charles A.
wvill be held in April. The preliminary sketch will be made on Saturday, ings of the various species can let for tak se th
April 12, and the final drawings prepared during the following two -__ -__'Moreover the area in the CrystalLi
weeks. Will all those intending to participate in the competition be good IOWA MUSIU DEPARTMENT Lake outlet open for smelt has been Dr. Kidder, a native of Michigan,
enough to file an application at the office of the College of Architecture. SPONSERS ALL-STATE GROUP enlarged., was quoted as stating that "the
Emil Larch';bhour's flight accomplished more
--------!UNIVERSITY OF IOWA--The AdeIphi Will Debate than five years of ground work
Organ Recital: Kenneth Osborn, organist, pupil of Professor Pal- imusic department is sponsoring a .. would have done," immediately at-
mer Christian, will give the following program Wednesday in Hill Audi- number of all-state music groups Releasing Philippnes er the archeological survey. In his
torium at 4:15. The general public with the exception of small children for the summer session. In addi- lecture here, he will tell the story
is invited to attend. tion to an all-state orchestra and Philippine independence will be; of the flight, and its signifcance
Maitland: Concert Overture; Sarnazeuilh: Prelude; Bach: Toccata chorus there will be an all-state the subject for discussion at the to the scientific world.
and' Fugue in D Minor; Jorgen: Prelude Elegiaque; Wagner: Liebestod band composed of high school stu- next meeting of the Adelphi House Graduate of Harvard,
("Tristan and Isolde"); d'Antalfly: Scherzo, "Sportive Fauns." dents. The experiment was begun of Representatives at 7:30 o'clock Graduating from Harvard as a
Charles A. Sink. last summer and its success justi- Tuesday evening, in the Adelphi Doctor of Philosophy, the speaker
Charls A._ink, fied its continuation this year. room on the fourth floor of Angell was given the Austin Teaching tel-
hall. The meeting is open to all lowship which is annually bestowed
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information: UNIVERSITY OF WASHING- who are interested. iby that university. Among the
A representative of the Firestone Tire and Rubber Company will be in TON-The dean of students is at- The last tryouts of the semester scientific researches which he has
this office on the afternoon of March 25. Will those who are interested tempting to stop loitering on the will be heard Tuesday. Initiation accomplished are the Andover ex-
in sales or office work pleace call at the office to make an appointment? steps of the library. By congre- of the new members will probably pedition to Peeps, New Mexico,
gating here the students cause a be held. A five-minute tryout which he began shortly after the
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Mathew Elting Hanna, newly ap- New York Listed
pointed American minister to Nic- Stocks
aragua, called on President Hoover
before leaving for his new post. Conservative margin
accounts solicited
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in the opinion of Prof. John H.P2
Frizzell, debating coach. He cited
a trial debate between the men's BROWN-CRESS & 00
and women's teams as proof, for
the women completely outclassed
the men. Co-eds, Prof. Frizzell be- Investmni Securities
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Every Wednesday at 4:15 P. M. in Hill Auditorium unless otherwise,
C announced.
Except that for obvious reasons small children cannot be admitted.
Crisp Salads Toasted Sandwiches
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Glider Section: In accordance with the new ruling of the Executive
Committee of the Glider Section all members of the Glider Section de-
siring to fly are required to furnish written consent of their parents or
guardian before they are eligible to enter a flying group. These written
consents must be secured immediately and handed to any member of
the Executive Committee. James D. Redding.
Varsity Glee Club: All members are to meet at the rear entrance
of Hill Auditorium this evening at 8:00 for the convocation services.
Come in street dress.


Reverend Weiskotten, of Detroit, will speak to the Lutheran Student
Club tonight at 5:30 on the subject "Jesus Christ, the Man." His talk
will be followed by student discussion. Everyone is invited to attend.

disturbance that keeps those in- speecn is required of ail candidates World war, and the further excava-
side from studying. for membership, Ition of archeological ruins in that
state under the auspices of the
Physics Colloquium. Mr. F. A. Firestone will talk on "Binaural Lo- New Mexico Territorial museum.
calization of Pure Tones," at 4:15 in Room 1041, East Physics Building,! The lecture will be accompanied
on Tuesday, March 25. by slides taken from original pho-
1tographs during the Lindbergh
Economics Club: Norman S. B. Gras, Profesor of Business History, flight. An aerial map of the re-
School of Business Administration, Harvard University, will speak on gion was one of the many accom-
"The Economic History of an English Village," on Monday, March 24, plishments of the overhead excur-
at 8:00 p. in., in room 302 of the Michigan Union. Sion, ind the slides give an accur-
ate conception of the newly dis-
Romance Club will meet Tuesday, March 25, at 4:15 p. m. in Room covered ruins.
408 R. L. Bldg. Prof. J. del Toro will speak on "Jose Maria Heredia and Since his famous exploration,
Mexico." Mr. E. A. Mercado will examine recent Spanish textbooks. ern scientific circles, nocive ine -
Mr. Williams Bishop, Librarian of the University, will speak on sing several offices of importance.
"Early Hebrew Writing" at the Hillel Foundation Tuesday evening, Amon; these is the position of
Curator in North American arche-
March 25, at 7:30. ology at the Peabody Museum at
i Harvard. He is also the present
Alpha Nu: Prof. Peter M. Jack will discuss the American and Euro- Hereary he AmernA
pean college student in the Alpha Nu room, fourth floorof Angell Hall, rthropologicaf society.
Tuesday, March 25, at 7:30 p. m. Try-out speeches will be given between Tuesday's lecture is under the
7:00 and 7:30. auspices of the University.

Rabbi Leo Franklin will speak at the Student Convocation in Hill
Auditorium at 8 p. n. The topic will be New Altars and New Gods."
Lutheran students are cordially invited to attend the illustrated
lecture on "The Passion of Christ" at St. Paul's Lutheran church, Lib-
erty and Fourth. Supper served at 6:00 p. m.
Congregational Student Fellowship: Prof. Stuart A. Courtiss will
speak on "A Scientific Approcach to Religion" at 6:30 p. m. Sunday, in
the church parlors. Social period from 5:30 to 6:00, luncheon from
6:00 to 6:30.
All Hindustan Students are cordially invited to the social meeting of
the Nippon Club at 7:30, at Lane Hall.
The Advisory Comnmittee on University Extension will meet on Mon-
day, March 24, 4 p. m., University Extension office, room 12, University
Industrial Motion Pictures: The School of Business Administration
will present the following films in Natural Science Auditorium at 4:05
n. m. Tuesdahv.March 25. "The Modern Hercules." "The Storv of Chase



Tau Beta Pi meeting Tuesday, March 25, at 7:15 in the Union, for
the purpose of electing new members.


Faculty Women's Club: Tickets for Isben's "Wild Duck" which the YALE UNIVERSITY - Positions I
class in Play Production is putting on especially for members of the in the Curtiss Wright Flying Service 1
Faculty Women's Club and their husbands next Thursday evening. will be offered a small number of
March 27, will be available to members at a table on the main floor of Yale undergraduates, who will rep-
University Hall Monday and Tuesday, March 24 and 25, from 1 to 5 resent the company at Yale and
o'clock. These tickets are free to members. will take part in its activities at its
summer camp in Maine. The.camp
Book Shelf and Stage Section, Faculty Women's Club, meets Tues- offers the college men opportunity
day afternoon, March 25, at home of Mrs. Frank Mickle, 1053 Olivia. to not only learn to fly, but also
Mrs. E. W. Sink will be assistant hostess. to understand the theory and
technique of aviation.


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Velmoand"What the Job Pays." All persons interested are invitMichigan Dames: A Section of the Girls' Glee Club of the Univer-
to attend sity School of Music will furnish l. ill1illilliiIililiilllliillilililll'iI:
Senior Electricals, Mechanicals, and Civils: Representatives of the the program for the next meeting LAURENCE Sa KEMP
Bell Telephone System will be in Room 153 West Engineering building of the Michigan Dames club to be & 0Os, INCs
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, March 25 to 27, inclusive, for the held Monday evening, March 24, att
purpose of interviewing students interested in employment in the com- 8:00 o'clock in Wesley Hall. Investment Securties
munication industry. This includes the Development and Research De- NEW YORK DETROIT
partnients. The Western -Electrici~g
Companytand the Associated per - St Ia-s ng n
A. D. Moore. _ Sunday, 5:30 P.M . in Harris H all 10 North American Trust Shares.
A n- . - American Bond and Mortgage.
L. C. Anderson. Student Conference conducted by Q Producers Royalty Corp.
L. M. Gram. REV E M. DUFF D United Outdoor Advertising.
Eeria uiradS o* LI Grange Life Insurance.
Electricals, JDnlor and Senior:oPlease send particulars on those
Mr. Duecy and Mr. Clark, repre- "The Daily Use of Our Unusedchecked.
tenting Stevens & Wood and the Christianity Name ..
Consumers Power Company will or Address
recruit in Room 153 Monday. They the .message for us in modern religions of healing =1= RUSS KELLER, MGR.
can also place a few juniors in Phone 23821
summer work. and allied benefits. 515 Ann Arbor Trust Bldg.
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