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- __ _Ii (By Associated Pres) but the scientist has classified fog
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all membersC RI E a r 4
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi- CAMBRIDGE, Mass., March 24- in more than a score of forms, in-
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday) Announcement of a new kind of eluding Arctic sea smoke, tropical
- attack on fog at Massachusetts In- air fogs, Indian summer haze, early
VOL. XL. TUESDAY, MARCh 25, 1930 No. 125 stitute of Technology's new meteor- morning mists and ground fog com-
NOTICES ological observatory was made to_ mon n the viciit of gre cities
lcr US.A rd NonaonfothHerRuelAadday.; One o[ the stutdies at this new
henry,.Russo' Award: Nominations for the Henry Russel Award It aims literally to learn how fog meteorological observatory, the first:
should be in the hands of the Chairman of the Committee on the Award,' particles are put together, with the of its kind established by an educa-
Professor E. D. Dickinson, of the Law School, not later than April 1. hLope that this knowledge may show tionl istitution. srks to develop:
The attention of Deans and Heads of Departments to this matter is hw to take them apart in some an accurate mwtho; of measuring
particularly requested. more effective manner than now absolute humidity. It is hoped to
I ow. be able accurately to measure se-
Faculty, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture: The mid-se- knTheattack is new in the wide arately the total amount of liquid
mester reports on students in your classes whose work is below passing field over which it proposes to water and vapor in ' : atmosphere.
grade will be due on Saturday, April 5. The cards for these reports may penetrate farther than ever before I
be obtained in the office of the Secretary, 233 West Engineering Build- into the most minute and prosaic SOUTH DAKOTA STATE COL-,
ing, and should be filed in this office after they have been filled out. details of fog structure and antics. I LEGE-An aviation beacon is be-;
Prof. C. G. Rossby is in charge of ing erected by the South Dakota
Glider'Section: In accordance with the new ruling of the Executive the observatory. .State College on the campus. It
Cammittce of the Glider Section ali mnmbers of the Glider Section de- "To the layman," says the an- will be visible to aviators a hun-'
siring to fly are required to furnish written consent of their parents or nouncement, "fog is simply fog," dred miles away,
guardian before they are eligible to enter a flying group. These written - - - -'#-- -
consents must be secured immediately and handed to any member of , Book Shelf and Stage Section, Faculty Women's Club, meets this
the Executive Committee. James D. Redding- afternoon, at home of Mrs. Frank Mickle, 1053 Olivia. Mrs. E. W. Sink

- Swedish Aviator May
CREEN Try Second cean Hop
Norma Talmadge Talks.
Another star enters the "talkie
ranks" as Norma Talmadge is seen
and heard in the all talking pic-
ture "New York Nights," playing

at the Majestic through Tuesday.
The story adapted from the stage
play "Tin Pan Alley" concerns the
trials and tribulations of a rising
song writer and his loving wife.
The young wife keeps pushing her
husband along until she finds that
he is a very dissatisfying person. As
in many recent pictures she leaves
him to find her happiness with an
exceedingly rich man, in this case
a gangster (from Chicago, of
course). In turn the husband
starts on the slippery path down-,
hil lii t-in nptc hic ifa agini

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University Professor to Discuss
Archeology in Greece Since
War of Independence.'
Prof. Benjamin Dean Meritt, of
the Latin and G'reek department,
will speak today in* Detroit, under
the auspices of the Greek-Ampri-
can Progressive association, giving
a discussion of "Archeology in
Greece since the War of Indepen-
dence." The gathering, to be held
at Hotel Tuller, will celebrate the.
centennial of the independence of
Greece, and will be a part of a
world-wide observance of this na-
tional Greek holiday.
In discussing the significance of
the date, Professor Meritt declared,
"March 25, to the Greek world, cor-
responds to our Fourth of July In-
sofar as it is a holiday of inde-
pendence. And this year, in par-
ticular, the hundredth anniversary,
is being celebrated not only by a
series of festivities in Greece, last-
ing over a period of months, but by
Greeks throughout the world."
Professor Meritt, who will give
the discussion partly in Greek and
party in English, will emphasize
the fact that archeological explor-
ation, on any extensive scale, has
been possible in Greece only since
Greece obtained her national free-
dom. The lecture is also planned
to include a brief tracing of valu-
able work done within the last 100
years, with indications of the part
that American scholars have had
in archeological discovery.

Notice to FrhcOmen: Those studlenr ' who missed o-e or mere of the
three psychological tests rotuired of 1 enteffiag freshmen will bN ex-,
pected to take the make-up examin thiun given Thursday afternoon,I
March 27, in Room 23 Meson Hall.
Those who misd the Mathematics examination should report at
3 p. m. Those who missed the English examination should report at 41
p. m.4Those who mised the Psychoflogicl Examination should report
at 4:45 p. m.

will be assistant hostess. ;unIi ti Let11Zwile VYA1 l
---- __and then the usual ending.
Faculty Women's Club: The Art Section exhibit scheduled in the Special mention should go to the
announcement program for this week has been postponed by the club fine supporting cast. Gilbert Rol-
members. Club members 9nd their husbands will be guests next Thurs- and has improved a great deal and:
day evening at the performance of Ibsen's "Wild Duck," by the Play Lilyan Tashman gives another one
Production Class in University Hall. Tickets may be secured, without of her superb performances. Mu-
cost, this afternoon from 1 to 5 o'clock on the first floor of University sical sequences and entertainment,
Hall. including the song "A Year From

These examinations take precedence over all other appointments
including class work. Be on time. Hillel Open Forum: The topic upon which Mr. William Bishop,
Ira M. Smith, Registrar Librarian of the University, will speak this evening at 7:30, at 615 East
University will be: "Early Hebrew Printing." An unfortunate error was
EVENTS TODAY. made in the wording of the topic in Sunday's D. O. B.
University lecture: Dr. A. V. Kidder, Head of the Staff of Early
American History of the Cainegie Inmttute of Washington: "The Aerial Michigan Technic: Meeting of staffs and tryouts at 8:00 p. m.
Exploration of Central America" (illustrated with lantern slides), atE
:00 p. m., Hill Auditorium. Tau Beta Pi meeting at 7:15 in the Union, for the purpose of electing

Today," are good, but the picture
as a whole rates a B-.

Capt. Albin Ahrenberg
Swedish aviator, who is believed
to be preparing for another ae al

Architectural Building Exhibition: A large number of photographic
enlargements showing the work of Mr. Lee Lawrie, leading American
Architectural Sculptor, are now on exhibition in the third floor gallery,

new memuers.
Hi-Y Club and all those interested n this organization will meet
at 7:30 o'clock in Lane Hall Auditorium. .

Christian Science Society meets in the Chapel of the Michigan
OY Paintings from the Annual Chicago Exhibition are on display League building at 7:30 p. m.
in the West Gallery of Alumni Memorial Hall through April 11.
Industrial Motion Pictures: The School of Business Administration Sigma De-ta Chi: Important meeting at 4 o'clock Wednesday. Mat-
will present the following films in Natural Science Auditorium at 4:05 ters pertaining to grid banquet must be voted on at the time. This in-
p. i.: "The Modern Hercules," "The Story of Chase Velmo," and "What eludes the entire membership.
the Job Pays."
Durant Drake, Professor of Philosophy at Vassar College, will deliver
Senior Electricals, Mechanicals, and Civils: Representatives of the the following lectures under the auspices of the Michigan School of
Bell Telephone System will be in Room 153 West Engineering building I Religion:
today, Wednesday, and Thursday, March 25 to 27, inclusive, for the Wednesday, March 26, "The Will to Believe or the Duty to Doubt."
purpose of interviewing students interested in employment in the com- Thursday, March 27. "God or no God."
munication industry. This includes the Development and Research De- Friday, March 28, "Humanistic or Cosmic Religion."
partinents, the Western Electric Company and the Associated Operating 1 These lectures will be given in the Natural Science Auditorium, at
Companies. 4:15 p. m.

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;y' " cosig from Stockholm to New
York via Iceland and Greenland.
ANGRY ELEPHANT He was unsuccessful in a similar
CHARGES PRINCE attempt last year.
(fly Associated Press) CORPSE' ESCAPES BURIAL
EAST AFRICA, March 24-Crash- (
ing, lumbering with giant strides (13y , Associated┬░'ress)
toward the Prince of Wales, a great Mexico City, March 24.-Juan
bull elephant was killed by hunters Garcia, 24, a clerk living near
a few days ago when it charged the Atzacapotzlalco, a Mexico City suh-
British heir. The pachyderm stum- urb, saved himself from the grave
bled and fell, never to rise again, and, nearly sent his startled rela-
with 20 yards of his royal highness. tives there when he suddenly broke
The prince, oblivious of his dan- from his coffin while being trans-
ger, through the charge continued 'ported to a cemetery.
operation of a small motion pic-
ture camera he had with him and
obtained ah excellent film, which
included the fall of the elephant.
The hunters accompanying him
shouted warnings as the elephant, JO E'PA RI
angered at invasion of his retreat
lifted his trunk and, trumpeting, i
started directly for the party. No
shots were fired until it was seen
that the prince was so intent on his
picture he did not realize his dan-
The prince broke camp here Sat-
urday and started on his safari into fln pr
flora DUnln4U L'Uvnrn! %Un.



A. D. Moore, 1. C. Anderson, L. M. Gram
The Sixth Freshmen Lecture in Hygiene for Men will be given in
Senior Mechanical Engineers: Mr. A. G. Ridgley, Vice-President Waterman Gymnasium, Thursday and Friday, March 27 and 28, at 3-4'
of the Firestone Tire and Rubber Company of Akron, Ohio, will be in and 5 p. m. This requirement includes all freshmen in the regular I
Room 221 West Engineering Building today for the purpose of inter- physical training classes, athletic squads, and others that have been
viewing any men interested in employment with this company.-j excusrd from these groups. Geo. A. May
II. C. Anderson_____
Society of Industrial Engineers: Mr. Perry A. Fellows, City Engineiei
Physics Colloquium. Mr. F. A. Firestone will talk on "Binaural Lo- of the City of Detroit, will give a talk on "Industrial Problems in City
calization of Pure Tones," at 4:15 in Room 1041, East Physics Building. Government" at the regular meeting of the S. L E., Thursday, March 27.
at 7:45 p. m. in the Society Room over the Arch. Everyone interested
Mimes: Tryouts for the revival of "Ten Nights in a Barroom' will is cordially invited.
be held this afternoon from 3 o'clock to 5 o'clock at the theatre. Both
men and women are needed. .2d
mnndmrned Senior Mechanical Engineers: Mr. Suits and Iopcoats
Michigan Union Executive Council will meet at 4 o'clock in the stu- W. K. Spence of the U. S. Gypsum Cleaned and Pressed
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New York Listed
Conservative tuargin
accounts solicited
Telephone 23271
Investmnt Securities
Ann Arbor Trust Bldg.
is-, Floor

dent offices. Comp
Michigan Union Tryouts should report to the Stucaent offices every ing o
afternoon possible between 3 and 5 o'clock. for ti
Romance Club meets at 4:15 p. m. in Room 408 R. L. Bldg. Prof. J. men
Del Toro will speak on "Jose Marie Heredia a-nd Mexico." Mr. E. A. Mer- this c
cado will examine recent Spanish textbooks.
Portia Literary Society members will meet tonight at 7:30 sharp in Ho
the clubroom, for initiation of new aemubers and other important busi-
ness. Dues are now payable. Leagi
ant B
Adelphi House of Representatives: Rep. Lopez of the Philippines ing '
will conduct an Open Forum tonight on the question of Philippine In- Comn
dependence. Tryouts for admission are advised to speak on the topic. Pleas
Coach Levy will meet the Freshmen at seven o'clock. up to
Athena formal initiation will be held tonight in the Cave at the
Women's League Building at 7:30 o'clock. A party will follow the cere-
Alpha Nu: Prof. Peter M. Jack will give a talk upon "The English on Wi
and American Student" in the Alpha Nu room, fourth floor of Angell the P
Hall at 7:30 p. m. He will lead an open forum discussion on this question. Mrs. :
Tryout speeches will be given between 7:00 and 7:30 p. m. er.

pany o uncagu, wiluII
n 221 West Engineering Build-
on Wednesday and Thursday
he purpose of interviewing any
interested in employment with
H. C. Anderson
use Presidents of the Women's

Ladies' Coats
and all Dressesaleaned and
Pressed. Called for and
104 N. 4th Ave. Phone 21769


uc: There will be an import-
oard of Representatives meet-
rhursday, March 27, in the
nittee Room, at 5 o'clock.
e bring- all signing out slips
March 20.
Elisabeth De Vol,
Chairman of the
Board of Representatives

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rnbda Theta open meeting
iesday, March 26, at 7:30, in
nnae room of the League.
3. Greene will be the speak-

a n d naturalness
without fuss or
frills-A Portrait
by Dey for your


Rn r s are fifty


sixty-five.c en t s per

rhythmic music of
Joe Parker's Cafe or-
chestra during the
dinner hour, and you
may dance too, if you
wish while enjoying
food by Parker's
chef. The orchestra
will play from six 'till
seven. No cover
charge. And the din-


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hear the

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Class meeting tod in Room 25, Angell
Hall at 4:00 o'clock. here will be a vote as

Orders are now being taken for Canes at
Wagner's, and Caps and Gowns at Moe 's
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65 % of the class have paid their dues.
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