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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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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, e<.ceptin; Sundays. 11:30 a. m. Saturday.

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ing in U RIbleicn Juosequcnt 1ubication." rilack Quill meets at the Michi- Detroit Man Pays Fine
C n League tonight at 8 o'clock.":udgeCour
Senrate Council: A mecetin ; of the Senate Counicil is (alled for7 Members are requested to bring in JdePayne'sCor
p. in., in room D, Law building, to consider a report by the Senate manuscripts Arrested for driving a truck with-
Committee on University Afiairs. E out having a chautfer's license,
hi UEpsilon Kappa meets 7i:3roo. I Jack Kaith, 506 Mt. Vernon avenue,
Faculty, School of Eucatii: Ther will be a Faculty lucheon3at0p..Detroit, was arraigned in Jay H.
'aclt S h o ,,;IA;he wl.rea 1 17tyi11.,hee_ +,--Payne's justice court vesterday. H e

VOL. XLI.

' ?VEI)NESi¢)AY, F FEI'ARtY 25, 1931

NO. 101

Inc League uWiding today, at 12 o'clock. Visitors,,, will be our guests.

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N ('F ICES
Students who posse-i driving permits are herebyradvised that all
1930 permit tags will be considered void on and after March 1, 1931.1
The 1931 state license numbers should be reported at once to the Office
of the Dean of Students so that new permit tags may be ordered without
further delay. W. R. Rea, assistant to the dean.
All freshmen enrolin; in te University for the first time are re-
quired to take three examinations, and should report for these at 4
o'clock today in room 205 Mason hail. This room is directly above the
Office of the Registra:. A general Psychological Examination will be
given today. The time required will be about an hour and a quarter.
These examinations will take precedence over all appointments
including class work. It is essential that you be there and that you
be on time. C. S. Yoakum, Vice-President. f
University Bureau oi Appointments: The Bureau has received notice
of 20 summer scholarsips uvailab at the Institute of Art and Archae-
ology in Paris. These scholarsflxis are for $400 each. Please call at
the Bureau, 201 Mason hal, for fiur'her information.
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
Seniors or graduates interested in aviation training with the United
States Marine Corps will please call at the office, 201 Mason hall, be-
tween 9:00 and 3:30 today, or !:00 and 12:00 Friday.
All Senior Pharmacy Students must go to Moe's Sport Shop on
North University St., before March 5 to have their measurements taken
for caps and gowns. Deposits will not be made until caps and gowns
are obtained. Class dues must be paid before caps and gowns can be
ordered.
English 170--Verse Form (A. R. Morris): This course is scheduled
'to meet at 8:30-9:30 Monday evening and 4-6 Thursday in room 3227
Angell hall,
Faculty: The Annual Faculty Tournaments in squash, handball,
indoor-tennis, codebail, badminton and bowling are now being organ-
ized. The squash tournament will be in two divisions, as follows: One
division for those men taking up the game for the first time and one
division for the more experienced squash players. Call 22101 if you are
interested in entering any of these tournaments.
EVENTS TODAY
KELIGIOUS EMPHASIS WEEK-TODAY'S PROGRAMS
All students are welcome at any of these meetings and services.
Dr. Allyn K. Foster, Secretary of Baptist Board of Education will
lead a discussion at 4:15 p. m. and 7:30 p. m. Baptist Guild House
(Huron near State).
Rev. J. Walter Malone, student pastor of University of Illinois will
speak on the subject "Life's Open Door" at the student meeting at 7:30
p. m. An informal tea will be held from 4-6 p. m., to meet Mr. Malone.
Both meetings at the Presbyterian Student Center (Washington south
of So. University).
Rev. William F. Robison., S. J. of Loyola University, Chicago will
conduct a mission for students at St. Mary's Chapel (Williams and
Thompson). Masses 7:00 a. m. and 8:00 a. m. and Rosary at 7:30 p. m.
Rev. Curtis W. Reese, of Chicago, Dean of Abraham Lincoln Centre
will talk to a group for caulty members on "Can a Scientist Be a
Churchman?" at 7:30 in the Unitarian Church Library (State and
Huron).
Bishop William P. Remington, of Eastern Oregon will be the cele-
brant at Holy Communion Service in the Chapel at Harris hall (State
and Huron), at 7:30 a. m., followed by breakfast. Informal discussion
and tea at 4:00 p. m., at Harris hall. He will be the speaker at a special
stuldent conducted service in St. Andrews Church at 7:30 p. i. (Division
and Catherine).
Dr. N. G. J. Wickey, of Washington, D. C., executive secretary of
the United Lutheran Board of Education, will speak on "Christianity
and Moral Problems" at 7:30 p. n., at Zion Lutheran Parish hall.
Dr. D. Stanley Coors, of Kalamazoo will talk to students on the
topic "The Substitute Students ,re Seeking for Religion" at 7:30 in
Wesley hall (State near Hu roni).
University Lecture: 4:45 p. in Natural Science auditorium: Mr.
John Frederick, Editor of the MIDLAND, will lecture on "Creative Writ-
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An exhibit of photographs of important buildings in Detroit andI
vicinity, loaned through the courtesy of the Detroit Chapter of Amer-
ican Institute of Architects, is now hung in the first and second floort
corridors of the Architectural building. It will remain until the end
of the month. Open daily except Sundays from 0 to 5. The public is
invited.
Mr. G. . Muldaur, of the Underwiitcrs' LaboratoTies, will speak
on "Fire Prevention and the Effects of Fire on Building Materials," in=
room 102 Architectural building, at 2:00 p. i. The public is invited.
English 218 (Professor Nelson) will meet in 303 Library at fouri
o'clock.
English 293 (Professor Hutchins) will meet in 3227 Angell hall, 2
o'clock.
Psychology 2(0. Race Psychology: This class will meet today atl
4:00 in 4129 N. S.j
Economics 230-Transportation Problems (G. S. Peterson): Will
meet at 4 o'clock, room 401 Library.
Accountants and Industrial Engineers: Arthur Anderson, C. P. A.,x
of Chicago, will address the Detroit Chapter, National Association ofj
Cost Accountants on "The Major Problem Created by the Machine Age"
at 8 p. m. The meeting will be held at the Fort Shelby Hotel and willt
be preceded by a dinner at 6:30, price $1.50. Students and faculty of
the University will be welcome.
Seniors, School of Education: Class dues will be collected Thursday,T
and Friday in U-hall, and in U. high, from 9-12:30. Men may place
their orders for caps and gowns now, at Geo. J. Moe's. An official re-
ceipt for class dues will be necessary before orders are taken.
Executive Committee of the Senior Education Class will meet atL
7:30 tonight at the Michigan League.

Negro-Caucasian Club: Regular
meeting at 8 p. in., in Lane hall.
Mr. Jack Yuen, President of the
Cosmopolitan Club, will give an
address. All interested are cordially
welcome.
Faculty Women's Club meets at
2:30 p. in., in the Lydia Mendels-
sohn Theatre. Entertainment in
charge of the Music and Drama
Secticns will include a short play
under the direction of Miss Amy
Loomis. Tea will be served in the
Ethel Fountain Hussey room. Un-
paid dues can be paid at this meet-
ing or sent to Mrs. J. H. Hodges,
722 Whaley Court.
Wrestling Squad: The 'Ensian
picture will be taken at Rentsch-
ler's studio at 12:15 noon. Be there
promptly. It will not be necessary
to bring tights.
Union Tryouts: Meeting of sec-
ond-semester Freshmen and Sopho-
moores who wish to try out for
Union positions at four in the Stu-
dent Offices on the main floor of
the Union.
Senior Ball Committee: An im-
portant meeting will be held in
room 306 of the Michigan Union,
at 7:30 p. m.
Socialists - Men and Women:
There will be an organization
neeting of the Michigan Socialist
League at 7:30, room 304 Michigan
Union. All socialists are invited to
attend.
COMING EVENTS
University Lecture: Friday, Feb.
27, 4:15 p. in., in Natural Science
uditorium. Prof. Martin Sprengl-
ng of the Oriental Institute of the
University of Chicago: "Tahu Hu-
sayn, the Blind Social Philosopher
ynd Literary Critic of Modern
Egypt."
History 47: Make-up examina-
ion: Students absent from the
inal examination with excuse will
eport for a make-up examination
'n Saturday, February 28, at 2 p.
n., at room 1011 E, in Angell hall.

was fined $5 and paid $6.85 court
costs in addition.
the city.
Mr. Chatters is well known in the
field of Municipal Finance and is
able to handle his subject.
All interested persons are cor-
dially invited to attend.
Juniors in Education: The dinner
dance planned for Saturday eve-
ning, Feb. 28, is postponed until a
future date.
Children's rhythm classe:3 will be'
held in Barbour gymnasium as
usual on Saturday morning, Febru-
ary 28. Children from 5 to 8 years
will meet at 10 o'clock and those
from 8 to 12 years at 11 o'clock.
Faculty rifle shoot Friday night
at 7:30. All faculty members are
cordially invited.

HERE'S A 0OCTO
IAHO HATES GOLF
England's Minister of Health
Calls Game an Immoral
Life Effort.
(By Associated Press)
LONDON, Feb. 25-Arthur Green-
wood, Minister of Health, has such
a hatred of golf that he even ac-
cepted an invitation to a dinner
of the London Irish Medical Golf-
ing Society so he could tell the golf-
ing doctors about it.
He listened to much oratorical
praise of golf and then came- his
turn.
"I have an unchanged hatred of
golf," he said. "I still believe golf
is not a moral effort but an im-
moral effort. My views about golf
could not be fully expressed in this
room."
He closed by wondering how such
a busy profession could spend so
much time on the ancient game
imported from Scotland. "I always
hoped," he said, "that Ireland wo'uld
have introduced some counter-
irritant."

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RIJEL

KEN.YON

Economics Club meets in the Michigan
handman, of the University of Minnesota,
"Economic History and Economic Theory."

Union at
will talk

7:30. Dr. Max
on the subject

Forestry Club Meeting, 7:30 p. in., in room 2039, Natural
Science building. William H. Long will show some films of "Large
Animals at Home and Elsewhere." There will be a brief introduction
by Dr. Ned Dearborn.
Geological and Graphical Journal Club meets in room 4056 N. S.,
at 3:00 p. m. Dr.A. W. Seastius will speak on "Travel Impriessions of
Russia." (Illustrated).

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IS THE NEW
DIRECTOR
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Psycholog cail
Science building.
visual perception

Journal Club meets at 7:30 p. in., in room,3126 Nateural
Miss Sugi Mibai will discuss the principal work on
of apparent movement. All interested are invited to

LEAGUE

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attend. Mr. Carl S. Chatters, Director of
Finance of the City of Flint, will
Alpha Nu Try-outs: All men on campus who wish to join this for- speak to the Municipal Administra-
ensic organization are invited to appear before the Membership Com- tion Club on Friday, February 27,
mittee this afternoon at 4:30 in the Alpha Nu room, 4003 Angell hall. at 7:15 p. m., in the Bureau of
The try--out will consist of a short talk, which must not exceed five Government room 2035 Angell hall.
minutes in length, upon any topic. Membership in this organization is He will discuss the different du-
limited; the first to apply are usually given greater consideration. Those ties of a Director of Municipal
who wish to join this semester are therefore advised to try out this I Finance, showing the relation of
afternoon. Any who are unable to appear at this hour may arrange his department to the City Manager
a special hearing by calling Mr. Vedder, 2-1138. and to the other departments of

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