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TIHE MI1CHIAN

DAILY

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1930

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DAILY OFFICIAL DULLETIN
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.S

UNDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1930

NO. 25

NOTICES
Pre-Medical Students. Students who intend to enter the Medical
School are informed that, beginning with 1931, the minimum require-
ments for entrance to the Madical School have been increased from 70
hours and one and a third points to 90 hours and one and a half points
per hour. Grades below C in the specified subjects will not be accepted.
Students desiring further information may arrange for a consulta-
tion with the Chairman, on any afternoon, by applying at the Secretary's
Office, Medical School. The Executive Committee.
Notice: Will University officers who have occasion to communicate
with Regent Esther M. Cram please note that her address is now 719
Church Street, Ann Arbor?
Organ Recital: Palmer Christian, University organist, will give the
following program, Wednesday at 4:15 o'clock in Hill Auditorium. The
general public with the exception of small children is invited:
Weber: Jubilee Overture; Hagg: Aftonfrid (Calme du soir); Rhein-
berger: Pastorale Sonata; Samazeuilh: Prelude; Gigout: Scherzo; Saint-
Saens: The Swan; Bonnet: Caprice Heroique.
Faculty Directory 1930-1931: The Editorial Office announces the
issue of this bulletin as No. 18 of Volume XXXII of the University of
Michigan Official Publication. Copies will be mailed to the home ad-
dresses of the members of the various faculties, Tuesday and Wednes-
day, October 28 and 29.
Sigma Delta Psi: It is necessary that all participants come out im-
mediately so as many events as possible can be run off before cold
weather and in order that the fraternities may have ample time to
qualify their men before Christmas. All tests are given near the Tennis
courts on Ferry Field.
EVENTS TODAY
Psychology 31, 32, and 122: Make-up examinations will be held in
room 1121 Natural Science Building at 3 p.m.
Sophomore Literary elections in Natural Science Aud. 4:15 - 5:15.
Eligibility slips must be presented.
Freshman Medical Elections at 4:30 in room 1528 of the Medical
Building. Canditdates be sure to obtain eligibility slips.
French Students who have had two years of College French or the
equivalent and who are interested in becoming members of the Cercle
Francais should meet in Room 408 Romance Language Building, between
4 and 5 on either Tuesday or Wednesday.
Physics Colloquium: Professor R. A. Sawyer will talk on "The Physi-
cal Characteristics of A. C. Therapeutic Carbon Arcs," at 4:15 in Room
1041, East Physics Building.
Student Branch of the A. S. M. E. meets at 7:30 p.m. in Room 229
West Engineering Building. Professor Hawley will speak on "The Func-
tions of a Technical Organization."
Undergraduate Mathematical Club will meet in Room 3011 Angell
Hall at 8 p.m. Mr. Oldenburger will speak on "Mathematics as an Abso-
lute Sci'ence." Undergraduate students are cordially invited to attend.
Adelphi House of Representatives. Open forum discussion on "Re-
solved: that the Republican administration is responsible, in part at
least, for the current economic depression," at 7:30 p.m. in room 4203.
Visitors are invited. Tryout speeches will be heard by the House.
Athena meeting at 8:00 p.m. in the Alumni room of the Michigan
League. A program will follow a short business meeting.
Pi Lambda Theta open meeting 7:30 p.m. Women's Athletic Build-
ing, Palmer Field. Dr. Trow will speak on Russia.
Tau Beta Pi: Election meeting at Union at 7:15 p.m.

Uxurious Hold-up Men
Must Carry Own Lunch
I (1F(y Associated Press)
CHICAGO, Oct. 27.-William Zy-
bell was puzzled when two men, who
held up his drug store, took their
lunches from their overcoats, spread
them on a table and began to eat.
"Do you fellows always carry your
lunch?" he asked.
"Yes," one of the pair replied,
"we have to, now. Our wives raised
Ned with us for being extravagant."
Koehne Put in Charge
of Nutrition Problems
Dr. Martha Koehne, formerly
professor of nutrition and physio-
logical chemistry at the University
of Tennessee, is the latest addition
to the research staff in the dental
school.
7:30. Everyone interested may at-
tend.
Sigma Delta Chi will hold its reg-
ular luncheon meeting at noon to-
day in the Women's League. All
members must be present. There
will be election of pledges.
Gurney Williams.
Michigan Technic staff and try-
outs meeting in Room 3038, East
Engineering Bldg., 8:00 p.m.
COMING EVENTS
Psychology 33, 34, 42, and 107 will
be held Wednesday, October 29, in
Room 1121, N.S, at 2:00.
Sigma Rho Tau: Regular meeting
of Stump Speakers Society, College
of Engineering and Architecture,
will be held in the Michigan Union,
Rooms 304, 306, 319-325, Wednesday,
October 29, 7:30 p.m. Alexander
Lynn Trout, of Detroit, will address
the society and visit architectural
groups.
Newcomers' Section, F a c u I t y
Women's Club: Wives of new mem-
1er of the Faculty, as well as mem-
bers of the Newcomers' Section, are
cordially invited to be present at a
tea given by Mrs. John R. Effinger
at her home, 1035 Martin Place,
from 3 until 6 o'clock, Thursday
afternoon, October 30.
Glider Section: Meeting of offi-
cers, group leaders and business
managers Wednesday, October 29,
at 7:30 p.m., 348 West Engineering
Building. All men interested in
joining the section may do so then.
Also new members may pay dues
then. There are still a few va-
cancies in the section.
Alpha Nu will not meet this eve-
ning. Tryouts are requested to be
present at the next regular meeting
next Tuesday.
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TRIP
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WINTER TO OFFER
LECTURE ON ROME
Address to be First of Jerome
Series Sponsored Here
And in Italy.
Prof. John J. Winter of the Latin
department, director of the division
of fine arts, will give, during the
months of November and Decem-
ber, six lectures comprising the
first series in the group of Jerome
lectures to be given here during the
scholastic year. The general sub-
ject of the first series is "Life and
Letters in the Papyri." The first
lecture will be delivered at 4:151
o'clock next Tuesday afternoon in
room D, Alumni hall, on the topic,
"Rome and the Romans in Egypt."
The Jerome lectures are a result
of a provision in the will of the late
Thomas Spencer Jerome, A.M. '87,
who was an enthusiastic, student of
antiquity and particularly of Roman
history, as well as for a long period
as consular agent of the United
States at Sorrenti and Caori, Italy.
His will directed that the residue
of his estate should be applied to
the establishment and endowment
of a lectureship at the American
academy at Rome and also at the
University of Michigan, for the
purpose of promoting historical
studies along the various aspects of
the history of ancient peoples and
the rise and fall of civilization.

SAWYER. TO SPEAK
ON CARBON ARCS
Prof. R. A. Sawye:. of the phy ss
d e pa r tm e nt, vill h discuss "Th
Physical Characteristics of Alter-
nating Current Therapeutic Carbon
Arcs" bef6re the physics colloquium
which will be held at 4:15 o'clock
today in room 1021, East Physics
building.
He will discuss his work in the
a b s o 1 u t e determination of th
amount of ultra-violet energy in
any region of the ultra-violet which
is given off by the therapeutic arc.
This inclu.ies the determinijig of the
number of watts of ultra-violet ei-
ergy per square centimeter that
falls on the skin when the body is
a certain distance from the are. i
will also discuss his study of the
factors that determine the design of
the lamp and show how the amount
of ultra-violet varies with the
strength of the current, voltage, and
the length of the arc.
I Dean Effinger Returns
From National Meeting
Dean John R. Effinger, of the lit-
erary college, returned last night
from Berkeley, Calif., where he has
been attending the annual meeting
of the Association of American Uni-
versities.
NOTICE!
Quality tailoring in custom made
clothes. All the new Fall shades.
$35 to $40
CHAS. DOUKAS
1319 South University

Associated Press Photo
Col. Charles A. Lindbergh (right) made an inspection trip over the
eastern link of transcontinental air line. He is shown with two co-pilots,
H. S. Andrews (left) and R. S. Leroy at Newark, N. J., airport before the
start of the flight.
MRS. MILLER SETS, Death Toll Hits 107
NEW FLIGHT MARK I in German Mine Blast
(a - ociaed Press (BY Associated Press)
VALLEY STREAM, N. Y., Oct. 27. dAABRUCKEN,Germany, Oct.27.
!- Rescue- squads re-entered the
- The Australian aviatrix, M r s. Maybach mine today in an effort to
Keith Miller, landed at Curtiss- ((bring out the bodies of 15 men in
Wright Airport at 3:02 p.m. Sunday I one of the galleries.
with the women's records for east- It is believed there is virtually no
west and west-east transcontinen- chance that the men survived the
tal flight in her possession. She flew blast which Saturday afternoon de-
from Los Angeles here in 21 hours stroyed sections of the shaft, or the
and 47 minutes elapsed time, fire which followed Sunday. So
Recently she flew to the coast in great was the heat that the rescue
25 hours, 44 minutes. work had to be suspended Sunday.

4

Pi Tau Pi Sigma. Pledge meeting
in room 301 Engineering Annex at
5:00 p.m. All actives are asked to l
be present.
Parks and Recreation Discussion:
L. H. Wier, field representatives of
the National Recreation Association,
will sit in at a Round Table Discus-
sion with the students and faculty
of the Department of Landscape
Design at 7:30 p.m. The subject
will cover the field of play provision
in parks and playgrounds and kin-
dred matters pertaining to city
planning. All students in the de-
partment, either present or pros-
pective, or those interested other-
wise in playgrounds, are invited. Mr.
Gallup of the local park department
will also assist. The discussion will
be held in the Library of the De-
partment of Landscape Design, 4th
floor, South Wing, Angell Hall.
Hillel Foundation: Rabbi Bernard
Heller will hold the first meeting of
his class in "Judaism and Modern
Thought" tonight at the Hillel
Foundation 615 East University atl

MONROE LUNCH
Corner Monroe and Oakland
Your Neighborhood Restaurant
Dinner 40c and 54c

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riding why not get the
thrill at
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RIDING, BARDING AND
SALE STABLES
= Visitors welocme. Patronage
appreciated.#
One mile from pavement on .
South State Street Road.
Will call for and return
Riding Parties.
For appointment call 733F21.
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