Nr ® mo~mvrrsor4
~ eo ogicai JoiIni Club meets in Room 4065 N. S. at 8 o'clock. Prof.
. C. Ce Wil! prson "A Discussion of the Shinarump Conglomerate."
Clienical Engineering Seminar will be held at 4 o'clock in room 3201
East Engineering Building. Professor W. L. Badger will speak on "The
Publication in the Bulletin is constructile notice to all members UWe of Piphenyl as a Heating Medium.
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday) A. S. C. E.: Meeting for the election of new officers in the Engineer-
VOL. XL. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1930 INo. 102 ig 8ociety Room in the West Engineering Building at 5 p. m.
NOTICES Engineering Discussion Club meets at 7 p. m. in the West Engineer-
Attention New Students: All freshmen enrolling in the University ing Bldg: in the following rooms: Group A-Room 338; B-334; C---312;
for the first time are required to take three psychological exaninations. D--307; E-318; F-317.
These examinations will be given at 4 o'clock on Tuesday, February 25;.j
and Wednesday, February 26, in Room 205 Mason Hall. This room is Aeronautica Society meets at 7:30 p. m., in Room 348 West Engi ~
directly above the Office of the Registrar. nearing Building. Grandison Gardner, Capt., Air Corps, Wright Field.
Content Examinations in Mathematics and English will be given Dayton, Ohio, will address the society on "The Flying Activities at
on Tuesday, and a General Psychological Examination on Wednesday 'Wright Field." He will also have a film depicting some of the principal
The time required will be about an hour and three-quarters the first Air Corps Research Activities.
day, and an hour and a quarter the second.
These examinations will take precedence over all other appoint- Scabbard and Blade meets at 7:00 p. m.
ments including class work. Be on time.-
Ira.I1 Smith Varsity Band: The band will meet at Morris Hall at 4:00 this after-
noon. Full uniform and marching folios will be required. Buses will
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts-Candidates for the leave for Jackson shortly after 4 p. m.
Teacher's Certificate: All students in this college who expect to become
candidates for the teacher's certificate during this year, and who have To All Men, Especially Freshmen: Adelphi invites you to attend a
not already been admitted to candidacy, are requested to make appli- smoker tonight at 7:30 in 4203 A. H. .Dr. Bromage will be the principal
cation before March 1. All elections in Education, in order to carry speaker. Smokes and refreshment .
FIVE NOTED THEOLOGIANS TO TALK (o( v
BEFORE STUDENT BODYTHIS SPRING
(Corninued From Pauge i) Imno h or o h at1 TC
reader and lecturer from London, man of the board for the past 14
years. He has studied at Heidelberg,
and Dr. Rufus Matthew Hones, pro-A er.H a tde tHiebr,9 Pennsylvania, Harvard and Oxford,
fessor of philosophy, at Haverford universities.
college, Haverford, Pa. ;'Achievements in Administration"
The Rev. Dr. Ward is a native of Dier Trapped for Five Is Top of Lecture to
England, coming to this country at Hours on River Bottom Teachers Group.
the age of 18. He holds degrees -
from the University of southern (y Associied Pre) NOTED PROGRESS SEEM
California, Northwestern university FITZROY HARBOR, Ont., Feb.
and Harvard university. He is a 25.-Hector Roy, a diver, was re- "Gaining steadily in social favor.
founder of the Methodist Federa- covering today from the effects of the position of the school executive
tion of Social Service, and has five hours imprisonment beneath has rapidly been acquiring new and
written several books concerning the ice waters of the Ottawa river. Ienlared responsibilities in the
social service work in the churches.! He was drawn into a deep holen
Rabbi Franklin has been in the!in the river bottom Monday and I course of the development of ad-
Temples in several cities and is I held. there by a strong current ministration over a period of 25
well known about Detroit, as the when he went down to work on a years," Dean Edmonson of the Ed-
Rabbi of Temple Beth El. He is cofferdam being constructed in ucation School told the assembly
also a director of the World Union :connection with a hydro-power de- t
of Progressive Judaism. velopment at Chat's falls. of educators at the National As-
Prof. Jones, in addition to hold- I When the efforts of six men pull- sociation meeting at Atlantic City
ing his position at Haverford col- ing on a strong line about his body in his address yesterday morning.
lege is a trustee of Brown univer- failed to dislodge him, three fellow Dean Edmonson in his discussion,
sity, and has been a trustee for divers went down and built a tri- of the topic, "Achievements in Ad-
Bryn Mawr for 34 years, and chair- angular cribbing about him. ministration," went on . to sho'
credit in this college, must be 'approved by the Committee on the
Teacher's Certificate. Students who discontinue candidacy, and those
who wish to change their major or minor subjects, should also consult
the committee. A. It. Crittenden
' University of Michigan Official Publication: The Editorial Ofice
announces the issue of the Bulletin in the Law School for the Summer
Session, which is No. 51, Vol. XXXI of the University Official Publica-
tion. Ira M. Smith
Ray Fever Patients: Students who suffer from hay fever and have
not been tested are urged to see Dr. Jimenez at the Health Service
soon for special appointments. Pos.;iblc treatments must be started
before the end of March.1
Warren E. Forsythe
Education B-20 meets I nTappan1Hall ) Rai m Thin109, instead of Room
12 as previouslyscheduled.
Rhetoric 2, Section 26: Mr. Proctor's 2 O'clock :section will meet
hereafter in 229 Angell Hall.t
University Loan CoimmittCe meets at 2:00 p. m., in room 2, Univer-
All applicants for loans should call at the office of the Dean of
Students for an appointment with the Committee.
Exhibits are being held in the Galleries of Alumni Memorial Hall
Oil Paintings by Allied Artists of America
Oil paintings by Ernest 11. Barnes
Oils and Watercolors by J'ean Paul Slusser -
An exhibit of Contemporary American Sculpture is on view i,9 the
School of Architecture.
Moving Pictures of Modern Palestine will be shown at the Natural
Science Auditorium at 8:00 p. m. These pictures, taken recently, por-
tray the achievements of the Jewish pioneers in their new home.
Mathematics Staff:. Tea will-bc secrvcd to mathematicians at four
o'clock in Room 3201 Angell Hall.
Orchesis: Orchesis and the class in variety and character dancing
will meet tonight at 7:30 and 8:30 respectively. The class will meet in;
Barbour Gymnasium instead of the Women's Athletic Building.
All those wishing to be in the dance recital must be present.
Tryouts for the French Play: Tryouts for the French Play, from,
4:00 to 6:00, room 408, Romance Languages Building. Open to all stu-
dents interested in French. Rene Talamon
E, E. Seniors: Mr. T. W. Barlow will be in room 271 today to re-
cruit for the Cutler-Hammer Inc.f
Athena tryouts tonight at 7:30 in room 4006 Angell Hall. Come
prepared to give a two minute speech on any subject. This is the last
chance to tryout this year. All old members please be present.
Engineers--Sophomores and second-semester freshmen: Call for
Tryouts for the Michigan Technic. First meeting tonight at 8:00, 3036
iE. Engineering Bldg.
Upper and Lower Business Staffs of the Gargoyle meet at 4:15 p. m.
The Music Section of the Faculty Women's Club will hold its regu-
lar February meeting at 8:00 p. m. at the Women's Athletic Building.
Freshman Advisory Committee will meet in room 302 Michigan
Union Thursday, February 27, at 7:30 p. m.
The Black Oratorical Contest: Preliminaries for this contest will
probably be held on March 7 and 8, or March 12 and 13.
R. D. T. Hollister
The Fourth Freshman Lecture in Hygiene for Men will be given
in Waterman Gymnasium, Thursday and Friday, February 27 and 28,
at 3-4 and 5 p. m. This requirement includes all freshmen in the reg-
ular training classes, athletic squads and others that have been excused
from these groups.
To All Students in Rhetoric I: The placement Examination which
is compulsory for all students electing Rhetoric I will be given Thurs-
day, February 27, at 4 o'clock, in room 3213 Angell Hall.
E. A. Walter
English 143: A make-up examination for all those who can present
valid excuses for absence from the mid-year examination will take
place on Saturday, March 1, Room 2235.
English 294 will meet on Thursday at four o'clock in Room 308 of the
Library. W. G. Rice
Sociology 51, Mr. Fuller's sections: For Thursday and Friday pre-
pare for written quiz on the introduction to "Human Nature and the
Social Order"; also read Chapter 1.
Philosophy 32: A make-up final examination for those who missed
the regular final will be given on Friday, Feb. 28, from three to six, in
room 202 South Wing.
to interview chemical engineers and chemists desiring employment with
that company. Please make appointments with Miss McKim in room
2028 East Engineering Building.
Alfred H. White
Mechanical and Chemical Engineers: The Standard Oil Company
of New Jersey is desirous of employing chemical and mechanical engi-
neers. Mr. Russell N. Keppel of that company will be at the University
on Friday, February 28, and Saturday, March 1. He will be in the East
Engineering Building on both days and appointments may be made
through Miss McKim in room 202g. There are a number of pamphlets
telling of opportunities with the Standard Oil Company which may be
obtained from either of us on application.
Henry' C. Anderson, Alfred H. White
Cercle Francais will meet Thursday, Feb. 27, at 7:30 p. m., in Room
408 Romance Language Bldg.
Dr. Alexander G. Ruthven will be the guest at a luncheon spon-
sored by the Hillel Foundation at the Woman's League, Thursday, Feb-
ruary 27, 12:05-2:00. He will-give a short talk on "The Relationships of
a Jewish Student on a University Campus." Discussion will follow.
Reservations must be made at once through either Milton Sorock, 6581,
or Morton Frank, 3540.
Romance Club will meet Thursday, Feb. 27, at 4:15 p. m., in Room
408 R. L. Bldg. Prof. A. G. Canfield will talk on Balzac's reappearing
characters. Mr. E. A. Mercado will consider -recent Spanish text-books
that in the past history of the
growth of administration in schools
many instances of notable progress
were to be seen. He pointed out
that efforts were being made to in-
sure better professional prepara-
tion for those who were appointed
to administrative positions. He
further showed that the difference
between the State legislatures are
coming more and more to-the point
where they recognize the differ-
ence between legi'slative and execu-
tive functions with the result that
they are content to confine the ac-
tivities of boards of education to
the alppraisal of policies and their
formulation as well as giving defin~
ite duties to the administrative
heads , appointed by them.
Dean Edmonson went on to state
that freedom from municipal con-
trol and the acceptance to a great-
er degree of the unit system were
also to be counted as advantages.
These advantages added to the fact
that experts and research workers
are coming more into vogue and
that public interest is greatbr and
more intelligent because of the
many organizations founded to
that end, he showed, are the proofs
of the advance of the administra-
tive function of the schools.
Phi Delta Kappa: Important
Kappa fraternity on Thursday, Feb]
business meeting of the Phi Delta
ruary 27, at 7:00 p. m. in room 304,
(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Feb. 25-Mrs. Emilie
V. Moore has refused a gift of $1,-
145,531 in order that it may be
available for a school. She was be-
queathed most of the residuary es-
tate of her sister, Miss Annie Clark-
son, for life. Upon Mrs. Moore's
death, the will provided, the money
should go to the Thomas S. Clark-
son Memorial College of Technolo-
gy, at Potsdam, N. Y., founded by
aunts of the sisters, in memory of a
brother. Mrs. Moore renounced the
bequest so that the college could
have the money at once for new
Box Offioce pe
10 o'clock to 5 O'clock
Today For Tickets To
Chemical Engineers: The A. I. Ch. E. meets Thursday, Feb. 27, in
room 3201 East Engineering Building at 8 p. m. Professor W. G. Smeaton
will give an illustrated lecture on "The History of Chemistry and its
Relation to Chemical Engineering."
Chemical Engineers: Mr. R. L. Lamkin of the Union Carbide andJ
Carbon Corporation will be at the University on Thursday, February 27,
A Three-Act Cbmedy By George Kelly
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