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T HE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1931

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the
President until 3:30, excepting Sundays. 11:30 a. m. Saturday.
VOL. XLI. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1931 NO. 100
NOTICES
The University Loan Committee will meet on Tuesday, February 24,
and Thursday, February 26, at 1:30 p. in., in room. 2, University hall.
Students who have filed applications with the Office of the Dean
of Students should call at that office for an appointment with the
Committee. J. A. Bursley, chairman.
Sophomores: Anyone interested in trying out for track manager
report at the Field house after 3 p. in., or call Weyl, 8974, for further
information.
EVENTS TODAY
RELIGIOUS EMPHASIS WEEK-TODAY'S PROGRAMS
All students are invited to attend any of these meetings and serv-
ices.
Rev. William F. Robison, S. J. of Loyola University, Chicago, will
conduct a mission for students at St. Mary's Student Chapel (Williams
at Thompson) Masses at 7:00 a. in. and 8:00 a. m. and Rosary at 7:30
p. i. daily.
Dr. James M. Yard, Dean of Students at Northwestern University
will lead a discussion at Wesley hall (State near Huron) at 4:15. The
topic will be that of yesterday's lecture, "The Churches place in Social
Legislation."
Dr. Curtis W. Reece, of Chicago, Dean of Abraham Lincoln Centre
will speak to a group for graduate students on "Humanism and the Pro-
fessions," at 7:30 p. in., at the Unitarian Church Library (State and
Huron).
Bishop William P. Remington, of Eastern Oregon will be the cele-
brant of Holy Communion Service in the Chapel at Harris hall (State
and Huron) at 7:30 a. in., followed by breakfast. Informal discussion
at 4:00 p. in., at Harris hall. He will be the speaker at a special student
conducted service in St. Andrews Church (Division and Catherine), at
7:30 p. m.
Dr. Allyn K. Foster, Secretary of the Baptist Board of Education
will lead a discussion at the Baptist Guild House (Huron near State),
at 4:15 p. m.
Mechanical and Chemical Engineering Seniors: Mr. M. M. Anderson
of the Aluminum Company of America will be in room 221 West Engi-
neering building from two to five, for the purpose of interviewing men
interested in positions with this company.
'Varsity R. O. T. C. Band: The reserve band will rehearse tonight
at Morris hall, at 7:15. Nicholas Falcone.
Alpha Nu: Alpha Nu of Kappa Phi Sigma will hold a smoker at
7:30 this evening in room 4003 Angell hall. Professor Pollock of the
Political Science department will addrcss the group. Anyone inter-
ested in trying out for the organization is cordially invited to attend.
Sophomore Engineers: Meeting of the Finance and Auditing Com-
mittees this evening at 7:30 in the Union. Members are urged to be
present on time and to turn in the class dues that have been collected.
Be sure to have receipt iooks.
Women Athletic Ma agers: There will be a meeting of intramural
athletic managers at 4 p. 1n., in Barbor gymnasium in order to plan for
the swimming tournament.
Adelphi House of Representatives: Professor Reed, of the Depart-
ment of Political Science, will address the House at an open smoker
at 7:30 p. in., in room 4203 A. H. All who are interested in public
speaking are invited to attend. Refreshments will be served.
Athena: Try-outs for membership will be held at 8 p. in., in the
club-room on the fourth floor of Angell hall. All women students inter-
ested in trying out should come prepared with a three minute speech
on a subject of their own choosing. It is important that all old mem-
bers be present.
Romance Languages Journal Club meets in room 408 Romance Lan-
guages building at 4:10 p. m. The following papers will be presented:
"Notes on the French-Canadian Language" by Prof. Anthony J. Jobin;
"A Review of Fidao-Justiniani's in Qu'est-ce qu'un classique?" by Mr.
Jacques J. Engerrand.
Women's Business Staff of the Michigan Daily: Regular meting
this afternoon at 3:00 o'clock.
Tau Beta Pi: Important business meeting at the Union, 7:15 p. m.

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Utica are vI ,ed to at,-nd.
Faculy W es Club: The Feb-,
ruary mecing wl i held Thurs-
day, F bruarL' 2n, at2:35p.Thmai
the Lydia Men ' l ssohn Theatre.1
Entertainment in charge of the;
Music and Drama Sections will in-
clude a short play under the direc-
tion of Miss Amy Loomis.Tea will
be served in the Ethel Fountain!
Hussey room. Unpaid dues can be
paid at this meeting or sent to Mrs.,
J. H. Hodges, 722 Whaley Court.
Mechanical Engineering Seniors:
Mr. J. H. Burgess of Proctor and
Gamble company will be in the
Chemical Engineering S e m i n a r
room on Wednesday, February 25,
for the purpose of interviewing any
men interested in employment with
this company. Please make appoint-
ments prior to that time in the
office of A. H. White.
Seniors-School of Education:
Class dues are being collected on'
Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.
There wil be a representative of
the Finance Comittee in U. hall,
and in U. high, from 9-12.
Seniors in Engineering a n d
Chemistry: Mr. J. H. Burgess, Jr.,'
of Proctor and Gamble company,
Ivorydale, Ohio, will be at the Uni-
versity Wednesday, February 25, to'
interview seniors and graduate stu-
dents who may be interested in'
their work. . He especially desires'
students who have majored in
Chemical Engineering, Mechanical
Engineering or Chemistry, and who
have scholastic records which are
above the avera'e. I::- will inter-
view students in other departments
of enginering wn- are especially
desirous of employmne1,t by his firn.
Please nake appointnents with
Miss Meim in 3room 2523 E st En-
aineering builda-ng, phone 454.
Sigma Dela (,: i- Luar moe-
ing at noon todaiy.

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Northwestern Professor Gives
Talk on Reconstruction
of Social Order.
SOCIAL CONDITION POOR
The Church's Place in Social
Legislation' Title of
Yard's Talk.
Reconstructing our social and'
economic order to eliminate pov-
erty, unemployment and its attend-
ant distress was the main theme ofI
an address by James F. Yard, pro-
fessor and religious leader at North-
western university, who opened the
Methodist program of Religious{
Emphasis week yesterday with af
talk on, "The Church's Place in

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FORENSIC GROUPS
TO HOLDSMOKERS
Alpha Nu and Adelphi, literary
forensic societies, will hold smok-
ers at 7:30 o'clock tonight in their
rooms on the fourth floor of Angell
hall. These meetings, which are
held each semester, are for the
purpose of demonstrating the work
of the organizations to prospective
members, in an informal way.
Prof. Thomas H. Reed will speak
to Adelphi, and Prof. James Pollock
is to address Alpha Nu. Both are
from the political science depart-
ment. Smokes and refreshments
will be served at both meetings,
which will be open to all interested.

Prof. James F. Yard,
Religious leader at Northwestern
university, who opened the Metho-
dist program of Religious Empha-
sis yesterday with a talk on "The
Church's Place in Social Le isla.-

Social Legislation." tion"
Economic Situation Wrong.-
Charging the present economic discussion groups. Dr. Yard will
order with being adjusted to the meet with the Methodist group at
old land owning 4armer economy 4:15 in Wesley hall for a discussion
rather than to the present indus- meeting.
trial order, Professor Yard showed
that present conditions favored ________________
large profits for a few rather than
equible distribution of the goods We Need Be Es
which are being produced in the O u Diet IT
present day abundance of the ma-
chine order. KEEP A4
Only a small per cent of the lab-
oring class earn a wage that is ARBOR SPRI
consistent with a decent standard On Hand At All Times, and
of living, he stated, and the wealthyP D
class who derive there income from Pure Drin
dividends have not only suiffered We can also supply you with
from the present depression but ARBOR SPRIN(
have actually gained in respect to 16 Wet Huron
their net inconies. As evidence of
this he pointed to the fact that inin
tue boom year of 1929 the onth'
of September saw 400.miion dc-- ~j
lus paid in diviKends and in t OF li
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pres sion year itKJ) the A were50
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wihasiweouek M A UDcn t u o
Wit'n relitgious services, talks, and Pia

Majestic - Walter Huston in'
"Abraham Lincoln," with Una Mer-
kel, Kay Hammond, Jason Robards,
and Hobart Bosworth. Last day.
Michigan-Greta Garbo in "In-
spiration," with Robert Montgom-
ery, Lewis Stone, and Marjoriej
Rambeau.
Wuerth-Marilyn Miller, "Sunny"
with Joe Donahue, Lawrence Gray,
O. P. Heggie, and Inez Courtney.
GENERAL
Open Smoker-Adelphi House of
Representatives, 7:30 o'clock, room
4203, Angell hall. Prof. Thomas H.
Reed will speak.
Open Smoker - Alpha Nu, 7:30
o'clock, room 4003, Angell hall. Prof.
James K. Pollock will speak.
Open Meeting - Romance Lan-
guage Journal Club, 4:10 p. m., in
room 408, Romance Languages
building.
pecially Careful
n Early Spring
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H ANNS PICK
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ALICE MANDERBACH
Accompanist
Sun., March 22, 4:15, Mendelssohn Theater
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COMING EVENTS
Mechanical Engineering Seniors:'
Mr. R. L. Ripley and Mr. W. E.
East of the Fuller Lehigh and Bab-
cock & Wilcox companies, will be
in room 221 West Engineering
building on Wednesday, February
25, for the purpose of interviewing
any men interested in employment
with this company.
A. S. C. E.: Regular meeting, at
7:15 Wednesday, February 25, in
room 1213 East Engineering bldg.
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