THE 3 MICHIGAN DAILY
F'RIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1931
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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLET
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all memb
the University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant t
President until 3:30, excepting Sundays. 11:30 a. m. Sat
VOL. XLI. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1931 N
Mr. Webster's section 13 in English 32 will meet Monday, Wednesday, ROXBOROUGH PLANS INVESTIGATION
IN and Friday, at ten o'clock, in room 1025 Angell hall. OF STATE SANATORIUM AT HOWELL
Observance of Washington's Birthday: Monday, February 23, will
be observed as a holiday, inasmuch as Washington's Birthday this year'
falls on Sunday.
To Department Heads and Others Concerned: The hourly time slips
must be in the business office not later than 5 p. m. today to be included'
in the February 28 payroll. The short month and intervening holiday
account for the early date. Edna M. Geiger, payrool clerk.
School of Education-Changes of Sections: Changes of sections or
of instructors should be reported at the office of the School of Educa-
tion, room 1437 University Elementary School, as soon as they have
School of Education-Changes of Elections: Changes of elections
may be made today. Changes must be made in the office of the recorder
of the School of Education, room 1437 University Elementary school.
Membership in a class does not cease nor does membership in 2
class begin until all. changes have been officially registered in the office
of the Recorder of the School of Education. Arrangements made with
the instructors only are not official changes.
After February 20 changes should still be made in room 1437 Uni-
versity Elementary School, but only after payment of a fee of one dollar.
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
Members of the Senior Class who are interested in taking graduate
work in The New York School of Social Work, next year, should call
at the Office of the Bureau, 201 Mason hall for further information.
Two Fellowships of $600.00 each are offered for next year.
All students registered for a teaching position with the Bureau of
Appointments, and who have not been called in for a personal inter-
view, should check up on his record at the office of the Bureau. Second
Semester schedules should also be handed in. Special blanks for this
information may be secured at 201 Mason hall.
University Women: All women who have new addresses for second
semester are asked to report this change in the office of the Dean of
Women at once.
Bulletin of General Information, 1931-1932.
School of Education, Summer Session, 1931.
The Editorial division announces the issue of the bulletins listed
above as numbers 33 and 34 of Volume XXXII of the University of
Michigan Official publication.
Oriental Languages and Literatures-Course 102 will meet Wednes-
day and Friday at 1 p. in., in 2023 A. H.
History 42-The Colonization of North America will meet in room
1025 A. H., Monday, Wednesday and rFiday, at 11:00.
Choral Union Ushers: Please report at Hill auditorium for at least
one of the performances of the Passion play, Friday evening at 7:30
p. m., Saturday matinee at 1:30 p. m., or Saturday evening at 7:30 p. m.
Speech: Dr. EIch's section in Speech 43 will meet on Monday, Wed-
nesday, and Friday at 8:00 in 4006 A. H.
University Lecture: 4:15EpE m, in Lydia Mendelssohn theatre. Mrs.
Muriel Masefield, Lecturer of the Extra-mural Delegacy of the Uni-
versity of Oxford, England; "At Court and in Society with Fanny Bur-
ney (1778 to 1840).
Zoology Lecture: Dr. Robert Hegner, of Johns Hopkins University,
will give the following lecture under the auspices of the Department of
Zoology at 4:15 p. m.-"Transmission and Host-Parasite Specificity
among Protoza," room 2116, Natural Science.
Psychology 103, Practicum: All students leave schedule cards at
1129 N. S. Meet at 1 o'clock in 1121 N. S.
Sociology 115 (Urban Sociology): Beginning today this class will
meet in room 406 Library.
M. E. 2a, Section I (Frank A. Mickle): This class will meet
2300 East Engineering building, this morning at 8:00 o'clock,
of room 331.
M. E. 2a, Section III (Frank A. Mickle): This class will meet in room
1300 East Engineering building, this morning at 10:00 o'clock, instead
of room 331.
English 32, Section 19: Mr. Flewelling will meet this class at 1 o'clock,
room 1209 A. H. today.
History Department luncheon at 12:15 at the Union.
Professor B. A. Bakhmeteff will give his second lecture on "Advanced
Hydraulics of Open Channels-Principal Problems and Means of Solu-
tion" today at 4 o'clock in room 311 West Engineering building, instead
of room 348 as previously announced. All who are interested in problems
of hydraulics are invited.'
Mechanical and Chemical Engineering Seniors: Mr. P. W. Boynton
of the Standard Oil Company of New York will be in room 221 West
Engineering building, for the purpose of interviewing seniors interested
in that company.
Electrical Engineers: Mr. Ted Barlow of Cutler-Hammer, Inc., will
hold recruiting interviews with those seniors who sign up, in room 271.
All pre-medical students in the Literary College are requested to
appear at the West Amphitheatre in the Old Medical building at 4:30
p. m., for an important announcement.
Reserve Band: Meet at field house tonight at 7:15. Members of the
Varsity band may play if they wish.
Presbyterian Students: Party Friday instead of Saturday as an-
nounced. Time-8:30. Place-church house, 1432 Washtenaw. All Pres-
byterian students and friends are cordially invited. Small admission
Cosmopolitan Club meeting in Lane hall. Program will be presented
by the Oriental students. You are cordially invited.
Rev. Thomas L. Harris is returning to Ann Arbor for the week-end
and there will be a tea for students who want an opportunity to see him
again at Harris hall from 4-5:30 today. He will also be there Saturday
morning and the better part of the afternoon.
Craftsmen: All Masons on the campus are cordially invited to the
craftsmen dinner Saturday evening at 6:30 in the dining room of the
Masonic temple. Call W. R. McLean 6973 for reservations before Friday
evening at 10 p. m. There will be a craft meeting directly after the
dinner. There will be no charge.
(B?'. lowcdit(tu17c)I be at Howell next week and will
LANSING, Mich., Feb. 19.-An look into the matter."
inquiry into Dr. E. J. O'Brien's
charge that the State Sanatorium Senator James T. Upjohn, of Kal-
at Howell is being crowded with in- amazoo, a physic ammtt e express
curable patients through the exer- surprise on learning of Dr. O'-
cise of political influence by mem- ed surprsaemo enintfDr.'
bers of the Legislature will be made Brien's statement.
by the Senate Committee on State "I never have received any inti-
Sanatoriums, Senator Charles L. mation that anything of the kind
Roxborough, of Detroit, chairman, was going on," he said. "If it is,
said today. of course it is a bad condition."
Dr. O'Brien, who is a member of Lieut.-Gov. Luren D. Dickinson,
the Tuberculosis Sanatorium Com- Senator Herbert J. Rushton, of Es-
mission, governing body of the canaba, and Senator Peter B. Len-
Howell institution, made the charge non, of Genesee County, said they
at a tuberculosis conference in Gov. knew nothing of legislative pressure
Br ucker's office Tuesday. He said in the matter of admitting patients.
many curable patients were being
denied admittance because sena- YALE UNIVERSITY - So great
tors and representatives had forced was the number of patients confin-
the sanatorium to receive large ed to the infirmary here as a re-
numbers of incurable cases. sult of a recent epidemic of grippe
"Nothing of this kind has come that officials were forced to put in-
to the attention of the State Sana- to effect a regulation excluding all
.oriums Committee," said Senator visitors from the building in order
Roxborough. "The committee will to prevent further contagion.
Education D101: The Teaching of Science in the Junior and Senior
High School. Beginning February 26, this class will meet each Thursday
evening from 7:30 to 9:30, in room 1021, University high school.
Children's rhythym classes will be held in Barbour gymnasium as
usual on Saturday morning, February 21. Children from 5 to 8 years will
meet at 10 o'clock and those from 8 to 12 years at 11 o'clock.
University Girls' Glee Club: All members must be at Lydia Men..
delssohn theatre at 9:45 a. m., Saturday, Feb. 21. Roll call will be taken.
Hindustan Club: Business meeting at 8 p. m., Saturday, at Lane hall.
Election of officers for second semester will take place.
Monday Eveneing Drama Section of the Faculty Women's Club will
meet at the Michigan league, Feb. 23, at 7:45.
Wyvern meeting at 9:15 Saturday morning in the Cave. New mem-
bers please bring pins.
Philippine-Michigan Club: There will be a regular meeting on Sun-
day, February 22, at. 3:30 p. m., in Lane hall auditorium.
S. I. Cabanatan.
DEA9NS OF WOIMEN
Delegates in Detroit Hear Plea
by Princeton Professor for
(By Associated Press)
DETROIT, Feb. 19. - Making a
plea for an intelligent culture, for
a curiosity that will keep the mind
open and against prejudices, Dr.
John Duncan Spaeth, professor of
English at Princeton University,
told members of the National Asso-
ciation of Deans of Women, Wed-
nesday, at the opening of their fif-
teenth annual meeting at the Hotel
Statler, that the germ of culture
can not be isolated.
"You can't make a culture of cul-
ture," he said. "Culture isn't that
way. It is a radiant relationship
to everything else, a proportion. It
isn't a single note but is a chord."
Dr. Spaeth pointed out that the
people, commonly referred to as the
"fittest" are those best adjusted to
their environment and thoroughly
capable of self adjustment.
His entire talk on culture led to
the summarization of the subject as
"Culture is the enrichment of
personality by vicarious experience.
The actual experience itself gives
the strength and poise we call char-
acter. Culture without character
becomes estheticism, and character
without scholarship results in a
training alone without the zest for
knowledge. Culture is the orches-
tration of the human spirit."
Miss Thyrsa W. Amos, dean of
women at the University of Pitts-
burgh, and president of the organi-
zation, presided, with Miss Alice C.
-Lloyd, dean of women at the Uni-
versity of Michigan, and officers of
the organization at the speaker's
The Original Freiburg.
dinner with fingerle tonite?
a dinner awaits you, whether it be seafood
or the choicest steak, that is certain to
satisfy your appetite.
32 actors direct from
of best voices in the
School of Music.
150 of best talent in the
University and Ann
the den [opened)
fi'ngerle operated restaurants
2 Performances Tomorrow 2:15 & 8:15
on Second Floor in
Main fDnino Rnm
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