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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

THURSDAY, OCTOBER _ 18, 19301,

THE MICHICIAN f)AlLY

THURSDA.y v..~~i.. OOTOB 1R 1 ll

DAILY OFFICIAL RULLETIN
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.

DONALDSON TREATS
POST-MODERN ART
Professor Says There Is Room
for Artists Who Speak
ko Emotions.
STRESSES NEED OF AGE

VOL. XLI.

THURSDAY, OCTOB1+R 16, 1930

NO. 16

NOTICES
To Deans, Directors, Department Heads and Others Responsible for

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Payrolls: Kindly call at the Business Office to approve payrolls for
October 31. This should be done not later than October 18. "There is ample room today for
Edna M. Geiger, Payroll Clerk. the artists who speak to the emo-
tions," said Prof. Bruce M. Donald-
Faculty, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: Attendance re- son, of the fine arts department,
port cards have been sent to the different departmental offices, and yesterday afternoon in his talk,
more may always be had at my office. Instructors are requested to re- "After Modern Art, What?," given
port absences in accordance with the rules printed on the backs of the on the University radio program.
cards. W. R. Humphreys, Assistant Dean. "To appeal to the mind alone
may hold the interest for a mom-
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts; School of Music: All ent, but it can never satisfy com-
students, now in residence, who received marks of Incomplete or X at pietely he said. In speaking of
the individ.ual artist he pointed out
the close of their last term of attendance, (i.e., semester or summer ses- that the artist more interested int
sion), must complete work in such courses by the end of the first month himselfethan in what he is doing
of the present semester, October 29th. Where illness or other unavoid- is ndt likely to achieve greatness.
able circumstances make this impost;ible, a limited extension of time "At best," he said, "his skill can
may be granted by the Administrative Board, provided a written re- only make him a virtuoso; and the
quest, with the approval and signature of the instructor concerned, is nonsense talked about personality
presented at the Registrar's Office, Room 4 University Hall. has a pernicious effect upon artists
In \lses where no make-up grade is received and no request for oersuading them that they are dif-
additional time has been filed, these marks shall be considered as having ferent from and better than their
lapsed into E grades. fellowmen, and that fame may be
achieved not by what they do, but
by what they are.',
Wanted for Observation: Students who are now suffering from rapid Professor Donaldson said that
and extensive decay of their teeth. Adequate compensation will be paid "for the painter of today to im-
for such services. Apply to Dr. Philip Jay, Children's Fund Research agine his technique is so marvelous
Laboratory in the Dental Building. that his reactions to a dish of ap-
ples and a bunch of bananas will
enrapture the art world, is a dan-
Women Students attending the Ohio State-Michigan game are re- gerous doctrine that seldom leads
quired to register in the office of the Dean of Women not later than to anything but disaster."
Thursday, October 16, in addition to filing a letter of permission from He believes that modern paint-
parents. Beryl Fox Bacher. ing, like all things modern, lacks
the mellowing influence of time
which, in some mysterious way,
EVENTS TODAY fixes our judgement in the path of
All-Campus Open Forum: Professor W. H. Hobbs will speak on "The certainty. Relative to this he said:
Value of Present-Day Exploration to Civilization," in Room D, Alumni Respect for tradition is the great1
Memorial Hall, at 4:15 p.m. stabilizer of taste, for only by com-
parison with the splendid art of
the past do we have any basis for
English Honors Course meets at three o'clock in 3227 Angell Ball. judging the present."
An appreciation for art, accord-
English 211d. Professor Bredvold's pro-seminary in English Classi- ing to Professor Donaldson, is more
cism meets at four o'clock in room 408 of the Library.' than an understanding of its de-
velopment; it is an understanding
Wonienps ifle Practice: All students interested in rifle, regardless of art in relation to life which it
f experience in the sport, meet at the Women's Athletic BRildin :,t 4 reveals.

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PERRY DISCUSSES
ABSENTEE VOTING
Students Neither Gain Nor Lose
Votes, City Clerk Says.
No student loses or gains a vote
while he is in residence at any
educational institution, according
to Fred C. Perry, city clerk of Ann
Arbor. In an interview yesterday,
Mr. -Perry revealed that the Ab-
sent Voter's law, act 351 of the
Public Acts of 1925, provided that
a student might be absent from
his home for any given length of
time and still be eligible to vote in
his home district.
Under this law an "absent voter"
may be a student, a teacher, a per-
son in the service of the United
States, one enrolled in a citizens'
Military Training camp, a legisla-
tor, a commercial traveler, a person.
employed in the operation of rail-
road trains in this state, a sailor
engaged in Great Lakes or coast-
wise trade, or any person necess-
arily absent while engaged in the
pursuit of lawful business.
It is further specified that such
absentees may vote by applying to
the city clerk for an application
for absent voter's ballots and send-
ing this to the clerk of his home
district.
"In order to vote in the Novem-
ber city elections here, it will be
necessary to register before Octo-
ber 15," said Mr. Perry, "but in the
case of the absent voter, registra-
tion can be made with the sending
of the absent voters ballot, which
must reach the clerk's hands be-
fore the Saturday preceding the
Monday of the election."
Famous Prints Shown
in High School Exhibit
An exhibit of reproductions of fa-
mous paintings is being shown this
week at the University High school
under the sponsorship of an ad-
vanced class in fine arts.
The exhibit, which is shown
through the courtesy of the Colonial
Art company of Oklahoma City,
Okla., comprises more than 1501
prints reproducing in color the
works of the great masters of the
renaissance period as well as of out-
standing modern artists.
The exhibit is open to pupils and
teachers all this week and to visi-
tors on Thursday and Friday after-
noon from 4 until 5 o'clock.
UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS-The
date for the appearance of the tra-
ditional blue freshman caps will be
set shortly. The initiation services
were held before the first football
game of the year.

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ANN ARBOR NEWS-BRIEFS
Publicists to Meet ing yesterday's session. The report
3 More than 12 members bf the of the county road commissioners,
orthsternM ganbrst scheduled for the morning session,
Publicityassociationfrom Detroit was sidetracked, however, but the
and Mt. Clemens, will be ge board heard the report of County
Fanday Mt Clmen wil bguests Agent Arch D. Wilson.
Friday at a luncheon of the Ann Wilson's report was followed by a
Arbor Chamber of Commerce. Mo- diYson o aep a f $ y975
tion pictures of several resorts in discussion of a payment f $4,907.50,
the Thumb district of Michigan te amount of a claim on a contract
will be shown. Ray Herrick of D-for work on the Sugar creek drain
troit, an official of the Southeast- in Augusta township.
ern Tourist bureau, will be the
principal speaker. CHEMISTS REVIEW
Health Unit Refused RESEARCH INQUIRY

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Washtenaw county's board of su-
pervisors yesterday rejected a mo-
tion to take from the table a pro-
posal calling for the establishment
of a separate health unit under
centralized control. The vote was 18
to 11, failing by four votes to obtain
the necessary two-thirds majority.
The question of a separate health1
unit was only one of the items
which came before the board dur-

Kenneth Van Lente and Richard
M. Hitchins, graduate students, were
the speakers at the meeting of the
regular monthly colloquium of the
chemistry department at 3 o'clock
yesterday afternoon in the Chem-
istry building.
The colloquiums are held month-
ly by the chemistry faculty and re-
dearchnstudents in the chemistry
department.

BRANCH DISCUSSES
DETROIT'SMARKET
Pointing but that Detroit's newly
constructed marketing facilities are
superior to any others in the Mid-
dle West, George V. Branch, Direc-
tor of Municipal Markets in Detroit,
talked before an assembly of Busi-
ness Administration classes in the
Economics building yesterday after-
noon.
The new terminal eliminates con-
fusion and wastage of time, ac-
cording to Mr. Branch, by permit-
ting immediate unloading of refrig-
erator cars, while all truck deliver-
ies can be completed in less than a
half hour.
Jones Bird Collection
to be Shown at Iowa
Formal exhibition of the renown-
ed new Jones collection of birds
will be held in the museum of the
University of Iowa, Wednesday
night, Nov. 5, according to an an-
nouncement received yesterday at
the museums here. Members of
the musfeum staff have been invit-
ed to attend the exhibition by the
University of Iowa.

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o'clock,
Junior Medical Students. Election of class officers at 4:30 in the
Hospital Amphitheatre. Candidates be sure to obtain eligibility slips.
A. I. E.E.- Illustrated Lecture -on South America by Mr. S. Q. Hayes
of the Westingahouse Electric and Manufacturing Co., Room 248 West
Eng. Bldg. at 7:30 p.m. The public is invited.
Colloqnium, in Applied Mechanics at 8 p.m. in Room 445, West En-
gineering Building. Mr. F. L. Everett will speak on "Investigations un-
derway in European Laboratories visited during the summer."
Cercle Francais meets at 7:45 p.m. in the Cercle Meeting Room, 4th
floor, RomanceLanguages Building. All former members should be
present, or notify the secretary, Miss Helen Hawxhurst, 1105 Oakland,
that they wish to be active members this year. All others will be dropped
from the Cerclei
Inlander staff meets at 4 o'clock in the Press Building office. All
staff mem'bers are urged to be present, and any tryouts for the literary
staff will be Wecome.
Comedy Club: All those who wish to try out for the scene designing
and painting section of Comedy Club, report at 4 p.m. at the box office
of the Lydia Mendelssohn Theater in the Women's League Building.
Varsity Band drill at Ferry Field 5 o'clock with instruments.
Cornet's and Trumpets tryouts for Varsity Band, 4:30 - 5 at Morris
Hall.
Faculty Women's Club: Reception in ballroom of Michigan League,
3 - 5. Wives of new members of the faculty will be guests of the Club.

His subject is Methods of Literary
Study and Research.
0. J. Campbell.
History 6, 106, 92. Students who
need to take make-up examinations
in these or any other of Prof. Pres-
ton Slosson's courses of last year
may do so Friday, October 17, from
2 to 4 p.m. in Room 4001 Angell Hall.
Pharmacy Students: Election of
class officers in the Pharmacy Col-
lege will be held according to the
following schedule: Seniors 5 p.m.,
Monday, Oct. 20; Juniors 5 p.m.
Thursday, Oct. 23; Sophomores 5
p.m., Monday, Oct. 27; Freshmen, 5
p.m. Thursday, Oct. 30
The place for elections will be
announced later.
Presbyterian Students: There will
be a party and dance Friday eve-
ning, and a radio party and cards
Saturday afternoon at the Church
House, 1432 Washtenaw.
-Harris Hall: A dinner for Episco-
pal students will be held at the Hall
(corner of State and Huron) Sun-
day at 6:00 p.m. in honor of the
new students. Prof. Morris P. Tilley
will be the main speaker. All stu-
dents planning to attend will please
call 8613 as soon as possible.

this noon's feature fifty cent luncheon
swiss steak a la fingerle
fried virginia sweet potatoes
corn o'brien or sliced tomatoes
rolls tea, coffee, milk
read and butter pudding or Ice cream

fingerle operated

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Hillel Foundaton: Jewish students
who are interested in choir singing
or in organizing a choral society
for the purpose of studying and
singing Jewish music as well as in-
strumentalists are requested to be
at the Hillel Foundation, 615 E.
University Ave., at 7:30 p.m.
COMING EVENTS
English Department: Candidates
for the M.A. are requested to be
present at a lecture given by Pro-
fessor W. G.- Rice on Saturday, Oc-
tober 18, at 10 o'clock in 2225 A.H.
COLUMBUS WEEK -END
round trip
$5.90

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home made biscuit
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ice cream and cake

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Experienced Operators
Pleasant Surroundings'
Phone 23251

seventy-five cents

Final Reservations Today
Union Side Desk 12-6 P. M.
Campus Travel Bureau
Phone 22266

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