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THE MICHICA J

DlAIY

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 11

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DAELY 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

Dog Reciprocates farvaIdsDoctorPlans TI O
Master's Heroism; ctor Pns NOI
Dr.William B. Castle, associate
professor of mnedicine at Harvard !Iy u J rr
-- an done of the leading investiga -

VALUE OF ENGINEERING RESEARCH
SHOWN fY SURVEY, SAYS ROBBINS
Dr. Frank E. Robbins, assistant to (2> Employed among this n umn-
the President, today issued a state- ber, 58 graduate students.
ment concerning one of the most (3)Made possible the addition of
went Makes history of the University which ap- Assistant Professor E. S. Pettyjohn
interesting developments in recent to the faculty to teach gas engi-
dflct i pears in this week's "Michigan neering,
. Alumnus." (4) Added $56,544.36 to the com-

President until 3:30, excepting Sundtays. 11:3u a. im. baturday. (I'v_ .,so :e.;1 ,s
EXCELSxOR, Minn., Oct. 24.-- tors of pernicious anaemia in this
VOL. XLI. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2i, 1930 NO. 24 This is the story of two Danes, country, will arrive here Sunday.
George J. Dane, and his Great While here Doctor Castle will in-
NOTICES DaGns t spect the Simpson Memorial insti-
University Lecture: M. Etienne Gilson, Professor of Medieval Philoso- G gun and the dog in search of ducks is the dictoDr. Cyrus C Sturgis
phy in the University of Paris, will lecture on "The Thirteenth Century The Great Dane started a dash I
Oxford School" Friday, November 7, at 4:15 p.m., in Lydia Mendelssohn across thc; thin sheet of ice on a be rescuer turned out to be the
Theater. The lecture will be given in English. The public is cordially small lake. It broke and the dog rescued, for a few minutes later
invited to attend. dropped in. the Great Dane swished to shore,
The master dropped his gun and its teeth firmly grasping Georget
plunged in to rescue his big friend. Dane's collar. Today was declaredc
Pre-Medical Students. Students who intend to enter the Medical Soon two Danes were thrashing a Danish holiday at the Danec
School are informed that, beginning with 1931, the minimum require- around in the water, but the would- farmstead near here.
ments for entrance to the Medical School have been increased from 70 G s
t;arden Sctian of the Faculty Woman's Club: Attention is called to,
hours and one and a third points to 90 hours and one and a half points the lecture which Mrs. I. Preston Rice of the Cabin Gardens, Kent Hill,
per hour. Grades below C in the specified subjects will not be accepted. Grand Rapids is giving at 8 o'clock, Monday evening, Oct. 27, in thet
Students desiring further information may arrange for a consulta- auiCcrium of the University Architectural Building under the auspices1
tion with the Chairman, on any afternoon, by applying at the Secretary's of th- Ann Arbor Garden Club.
Office, Medical School. The Executive Committee. fnr
Women's Educational Club: A meeting for the election of officers

Says Heavy Disarmai
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NEW YORK. Oct. 24.--A warning
to the United States that it will be
caught unprepared in event of an-
other war is sounded by Gen. John
J. Pershing in an interview publish-
ed in the Country Home.
"People say we should disarm,"
the leader of the American armies
in the World War is quoted as say-
ing. America already is disarmed.
Good men and good women tell
us that we should throw away our
armaments. We have very little to
throw away."

It is the growth of the depart-
ment of engineering research which
since 1921, has employed more than
300 persons and has done more
than a third of a million dollars
worth of work for clients.
The value of thsi department to
Michigan industry is so great, Dr.
Robbins states, that it is easy to
overlook the work which has been
done for the University itself. Sta-
tistics on the department, as issued
by director Albert E. White, include
the following facts:
(1) Employed 170 persons regis-
tered as University students and
paid them $135,495.38, an average
of- $790.87.

pensation of '0 members of the
faculty.
(5) Expended more than $200
from- its current account for library
books.
(6) Expended $4,584.82 from its
current fund for research activities.
(7) Expended $42,573.51 for re-
search equipment, practically all of
which remains as the University's
permanent property.
(8) Made possible $5,466.73 avail-
able to other University depart-
ments for research purposes, and
made $5,386.02 available for pub-
lishing engineering research bulle-
tins, circulars, and reprints.

Householders: Ann Arbor householders of approved houses for men and organization of the work of this club will be held at 4:15 o'clock,
students who failed to register their houses with the University in Sep- Monday, October 27, in the Women's Field House. All women students
tember for the school year 1930-31 are requested to do so at once by on the campus who are interested in education are invited to become
calling the Office of the Dean of Students, 6115. Unless such registration onmthr of ho are i
is made before November 1st these houses will be dropped from thej
approved list.
F. B. Wahr, Assistant Dean of Students. International Forum: Prof. W. C. -row of the Department of Edu-
cational Psychology, will address the first International Forum of the
year on "The Anti-Religious Movement in Russia" at 3:30 Sunday in the
Women Students Attending the Harvard-Michigan Football Game: Upper Room of Lane Hall. Musical entertainment will also be featuredI
Women students wishing to attend this game are required to register on the program. All students and faculty members are invited.I

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in the office of the Dean of Women.
A letter of permission from parents must be received in the Dean's
office not later than Thursday, November 6x, If a student wishes to go
otherwise than by train, special permission for such mode of travel must
be included in the parent's letter.
A chaperon fee is required of students going by train. This sum is
.payable upon registration for the trip. Graduate women also are invited
to register in the office.
Byrl Fox Bacher, Assistant Dean of Women.
EVENTS TODAY
Visitors' Night, Angell Hall Laboratory: The public is invited to visit
the Astronomical Laboratory on the fifth floor of Angell Hall to observe
the moon from 7 to 10 p.m. Reservations must be made by calling the
Observatory office, Univ. 657, between 9 a.m. and 12 noon.
COMING EVENTS
Automotive Engineering Courses: The semi-annual trip to the Gen-
eral Motors Proving Ground will occur on Monday, Oct. 29. We will leave
the Auto Laboratory at 1:00 p.m. Trip includes moving pictures of'
activities, trip over the ground and through instrument rooms and gar-
ages. Will be back by 6:30 p.m. Leave your name with W. E. Lay, Room
101 Annex or Arthur Fries, Room 209 Annex.
Convocation: Dr. Louis C. Wright will address Students Sunday
evening in Hill auditorium at 7:30. - Iis topic will be "Consecrated
Strength."
University Symphony Orchestra: Full rehearsal Sunday, 9:30 to
11:00 a.m. Morris hall.
Forestry Club meeting Oct. 27, 7:30 p.m., room 2039 N. S. L. H. Wier,
Field Secretaty of the National Recreational Association, will speak on
'Recreation and Its Relation to Forests." Paul Brinson will tell some of
his experiences in the United States Forest Service.

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i hillel Foundation: The first reform services of the year will be held
in the chapel of the Women's League building at 11:30 a.m. on Sunday,
November 2, not on October 26, as had previously been announced.
Baptist Guild: Dr. Frank W. Padelford, Secretary of the Baptist
Board of Education, will speak to students at 6:30 a.m., Sunday. An
laour of social fellowship will precede the address, with Dr. and Mrs.
Padelford as guests.
Wesley Guild. Professor Roy K. Immel, Dean of the Speech Depart-
ment at the University of Southern California, will be the speaker at
the evening meeting Sunday, October 26. His topic will be, "Who is
the Good Man?" Mrs. Fisher will lead the Sunday School class as usual
at 12:00. Everybody is invited.
Phi Delta Kappa: Luncheon for members at the Michigan Union,
Monday, October 27, at 12:05 p.m. sharp, Room 116. Dr. Trow will speak.
Pi Lambda Theta open meeting Tuesday, October 28, 7:30 p.m. Wom-
en's Athletic Building, Palmer Field. Dr. Trow will speak on Russia.
H ANDY-ROOMY-SIGH TLY-

Declaring no one hates war more
than he does, he says:
"I pray fervently that there will.
be no more war. With all my soul
I hate it. I have seen it in all its
horrors. The Great was was called
a war to end war. Yet, in these
dozen years, think how many dis-
astrous wars have been fought and
how many others seem to be in
the process of making.
"We know that we will not pro-
voke war. But what is there in
history which authorizes us to con-
clude that someone else will not
provoke one some of these days?
It is not a question of whether or
ot we believe in war. It is a ques-
tion whether we shall defend this
wonderful country of ours if some
other nation, which does believe in
war, should attack us."
South Carolina farmers treat
grain with carbon bisulphide to
keep weevils from feeding on it.
NOTICE!
(duality tailoring in custom made
clodws. All the new Fall shades.
035 to $40
CHAS. DOUKAS
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The third Open Forum will be
held Monday in room D, Alumni
Hall at 4:15 p.m. Mr. Abraham
Epstein will speak on "Private
Insurance vs. Social Insurance."

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