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WEDNESDAY. MAY 1, 19361-1. -



Chemical Engineering Seminar: Mr, Stuart McLain will be the!i Final All-Campus Open Forum: R. W. McLain,
speaker at the Seminar at 4 o'clock today in room 3201 East Engineering igan State Prison, will talk on the subject: "The
Building, on the subject, "Water Gas Tar Emulsions."I Criminal," Thursday, May 8, 4 p. in., Room D,
Chemistry Colloquium meets at 4:00 p. in., in Room 300 Chemistry The public is cordially invited.
Building. Mr. G. H. Scheffler will talk on "Adsorption from binary

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1 en Aun6y&i. a . &. p.u u~u. x. aLL (AtJu I 1 r souions." Advertising and Marketing students: Mr. Gordon Kingsbury, at one
jVOL. XL. WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1930 No. 154 CeceIacas pca meiga- :0-.i. n h oe' time advertising manager of the Diamond Crystal Salt Company, will, Moving
Cerle ranai: Secil metng t 800p. ., n te olnrxI laddress students in business administration and any others interested; A
NOTICES League building. Mrs. Charles E. Koella will sing a group of repre- on "The Use of the Radio as an Advertising Medium," on Th ursday, May W
.sentative French songs. All members are cordially invited to attend.( 8, at 4:15 in Room 25. Angell Hall.
Fraternities and Sororities: At the request of the Student Council ______
no permits will be granted for fraternity or sorority dances on the nightu iTOLE
of the Senior Ball, May 23. j .~~seDa fSuet Mathematical Club: A picnic for mathematicians and members of The Colloquium in Applied Mechanics will meet in room 445 on
teir families will be held today beginning at 4 o'clock at the Delhi huda t8:0.m Sbe,'ASkchHsoyfMcansupo Fis
The lisoryDepatmet anouces he ollwin addtio toItsWoods Park on. the Huron River Drive. Transportation can be obtained.1 Newton," to be presented by Prof. Hi. Lloyd. Those interested invited.'IBritish C
list of courses offered for the coming academic year. ycligCucil 14 rn ln c. Geography Camp: There will be a Tu sting in room 11 A. H. Thurs- ~ I
History 47 and 48. A general introductory course in American His- i day at 73 ,m falmnitnigt ot h egah .am caki
tory, designed particularly for students in the sophomore year. Le- Varsity Band: Band rehearsal at Morris Ball at 1~:1:, p. in. 1-t7MilllSpring,,K. ualmnitnigtog oteGorpyC m n
tures, Tu. Th. at 10, Room 231 Angell Hall. Section meetings to be ar- I versiy 1
ranged. Trhree hours credit. Throughout the year. Faculty Rifle Shooting Contest: Any faculty member desiring to Senior Ball Commnittee: Meeting 1 hursday at 7:30 p. m. in room .
A. T. R. Boak take part in the faculty rifle shooting contest should report at the R".O. . pictures
T. C. headquarters between 7:30 and 8:30 tonight, at which time the Mh n no.sty fray
Phi Beta Kappa: Tihe Annual Initiation Banquet will be held at! contest will be held. All equipment is furnished. I NgoCuainCu ilme hrdy a ,i h pe Museum
toefeiofithe UnierityoFriennylvMani9,atill3deiverthePrnciplsares. Pi Lambda Theta: Important meeting in the Women's eague Roem oLane H-all at 8 o'clock. A discussion on "The Negro and the are cela
Rolfe.oflectiUniofrioyfocersnnsilvantakelllaceivtr4:1e5po'clock.aSouthernSoLabon Lroblem"obwillwbelincludedud in theh meetitig..Alll mmbersrI llifeiintl
The Chapter will be glad to welcome any member of Phi Beta KappaBdgElcinoofceswltaepcet4:5'cok and others who are interested are invited to be present. inhabit
living in the vicinity on this occasion. To secure "a'Place reservation(--' Et:inaPi lcino fiesa 73 .m 03A~f al:nrhe
mutbaeatoc ihte ertr.Th fieades s33 illel Foundation: Monday, May 12, 5 o'clock is set as the last day tories.
AngeF.lltlrMecrtar Major Students ini Physical Education: All girls interested in makinog to enter your names in the singles or doubles tennis tournament that The fo
Orx .BteSceay a detailed study of dancing program meet at Barbour Gymnasium at Iwl esosrdb h onain Play will begin next week. lfilms are
Scbad n lp. mpratanm.almein nMiria ish m ian onato:ThrdyMy8,5ococwllb hels
ScbadadBld:Ipranniaeeigiihia n il onain husaMy8,5ocok wl etel sh ICarer
z,., 4,a A hnn ...,..";4 ,.,r <.. m!. . u~.,n+ . day cnfor those to sign their names at the Foundation or enter a comlete I _rie__r..

Picture Depicting Life
ong Canadian Indians
ill be Shown Today.
depicting the life of the
Columbia Indian will be
!his afternoon at 4:15 o'-
Natural Science Auditori-
er the auspices of the Uni-
Miuseums building. These
were sent to the Univer.
in the Canadian National
at Ottawa, Canadia, and
r cross sections of native
he :four major tribes which
southwestern Canada and
stern United States terri-
eur tribes shown in the
e the Kootenay, the TsiM~-
,he Coast Salish, and the
These groups of Indians

10on at 80 LicU(ir.. BeLnereU~.
Geo. Rlyerson, President
Sophomore Women: There will be a meeting of all Sophomore
women today'at 4 o'clock in the Lydia Mendelsohn Theater to elect the
central committee for the Junior girls' play of next year.
Mildred Todd, Class Secretary
Chinese Student,%: A position is open in the University of F iwin,
Kirin, China, Education Department, for student with at least a Mas-
ter's .Degree. Anyone interested should call at the Bureau of Appoint-
ments, 201 Mason Hall, for particulars.
Sigma Delta Chii: Important meeting at 4:15 'Thursday at the Press
building. Election of officers, and party plans.I

Urc Bests n iiitp ~J ianing 1ia ~Usswill nor meet bL)LignlL.
University Lecture: Mr. Ernest H. Wilson, .M.A., V.M.H., Keeper of
the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University, will lecture on the subject
"Plant Hunting" on Thursday, May 8. at 8:00 p. in., in tho West Gallery,
Alumni Memorial Hall. The lecture, which is under the auspices of
the Department of Landscape Design, will be illustrated. The public is
cordially invited.I
University Lecture: Dr. S. C. Lind, Director of the School of Chem-
istry, University of Minnesota, will speak under the auspices of the
'American Chemical Society on the subject "The Chemical Behavior of
Hydrocarbons under the Influences of Activation" (illustrated), on Tues-
day, May 13, at 4:15 p. in., Room 165 Chemical Laborator~y. The public
is cordially invited.
Lennox Robinson will deliver a second lecture, "Irish Plays, Players,
and Playwrights," on Thursday afternoon at 4:15 in the Lydia Mendels-
sohn Theatre. No admission charge.

team in the Indoor Baseball League sponsored by the Foundation. Play !
will begin the first of next week.
Newcomers' Section of the Faculty Women's Club: The last meeting j
will be in the form of a Porch and Garden Party to be held at the4
Women's Athletic Building on Thursday at 2:30 p. mn. There will be an
opportunity for members of the section to meet the new officers of the
comning year..
Evengeline Adams, one of the PENNSYLVANIA STATE COL-
1world's foremost astrologists, has; LEGE-A survey of the students'
prepared a series of radio talks on' use of English will begin soon at
the influence of the stars which Pennsylvania State to aid the work
she will broadcast over a large net- of the English department. Includ-
work of stations. Her discussions ed in this survey, which is to be
will be the result of an intensive conducted by seven faculty mem-
study to which she has devoted bers, will be an English quiz that
msofher life, seniors must pass in order to grad-
most ofuate.

tribes because of their strange, in-
dividual native customs. The films
clearly show the natives in their
home environment, and include
scenes taken during the actual
hunting, fishing, and outdoor lives
of the original British Columbian.
Harlan Smith, archeologist at the
Canadian Museum and formerly
connected with the University Mu-
seum here, is responsible for the
taking of the films. Although he'
never received a degree froitr the
'University, he is considered one of
the foremost men in his field and
his work in state archeology in
this section during the latter part
of the 19th century is still a scien-
3 tific classic.




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