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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESsT. NOVEMT' 18, 1930

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, NOV. 18, 1930

NO. 44

NOTICES
University Lecture: Dr. Hjalmar Schacht, German statesman and
financier, for several years President of the Reichsbank, and German
representative in the Young Plan negotiations, will speak on the "Eco-
nomic Aspects of the Reparations Problem," Thursday, November 20, at
4:15 p.m., in Natural Science Auditorium.
To the Presidents of Sororities and Fraternities: You are requested
to file a list of the members and pledges of your fraternity for the first
semester in the Office of the Dean of Students, Room 2, University Hall,
on or before November 22, on a printed form to be secured from that
office. J. A. Bursley, Dean of -Students.
Freshman Students: If you have been notified that your principal
wili be in Ann Arbor to confer with his former students and have not
yet returned the postal card, indicatang the free hours on the day that
conferences will take place, will you kindly mail it to the Registrar's
Office immediately. Ira M. Smith.
Hillel Foundation: All Jewish students who desire to join a discus-
sion group upon current events with respect to the'r bearing upon cur-
rent Jewish problems which group will meet for one hour each week
at the Hillel Foundation are requested to call Victor C. Rose at the
Hillel Foundation, telephone 3779, no later than this Thursday.
The Automobile Regulation will be lifted from 5:00 p.m. on Wednes-
day, November 26, to 8:00 a.m. on Friday, November 28. Exceptions to
this arrangementwill not be made to permi the driving of cars either
before or after the hours stated.
sW. B. Rea, Assistant to the Dean.
Lost and Found Articles: A large number of coats, hats, books,
umbrellas, and miscellaneous articles have been turned over to the Lost
and Found Department in the Business Office, Room 3, University Hall.
Such articles may be claimed by proper identification at the above office.
Shirley W. Smith, Vice-President and Secretary.
EVENTS TODAY
Third Thomas Spencer Jerome Lecture, "The Life of the People in
Town and Country, Part Two," by Professor J. G. Winter, at 4:15 p.m.,
Room D, Alumni Memorial Hall.
Electrical Engineering: Mr. A. R. Smith of the General Electric Com-
pany will speak on "The Production of Electric Power" at 7:30, Natural
Science Auditorium. The department expects all E. E. seniors to attend,
and urges all E. E. students to be there.
Senior Mechanical Engineers: All 1931 graduates are urged to hear
the talk by Mr. A. R. Smith, Execut'e Engineer of the Turbine Depart-
ment, and Manager of the Construction Engineering Department of the
General Electric Company, who will speak on "Production of Electric
Power," at 7:30 p.m., Natural Science Auditorium.
Sophomores and Second-Semester Freshmen: Tryout positions for
the International committee of the Student Christian association are
open. Those 'nterested report in Lane Hall from 1:30 to 3:30 today
to work on the International banquet.
English I, Section 26: Mr. Binckley wishes to cancel his consulta-
tions for today.
Gargoyle Cartoonists and Tryouts: Report to the editorial office
sometime today between 4 and 5 p.m.
Gargoyle Editorial Staff and Tryouts: December copy deadline is
Saturday, November 22. Consult the editorial office bulletin board for
suggest'ons and instructions.
Physics Colloquium: Dr. W. S. Huxford will talk on the "Effect of
Electric Fields on the Emission of Photo-electrons," at 4:15 in room
1041, East Physics building.
Dr. Buenaventura Jimenz, Physician at the Health Service, will lec-
ture at 4:15, in Room 231 Angell Hall, on "The Dawning Era's Diet"
(Vegetarianism)."
Mathematical Club meets at 8:00 p.m. in Room 3201 Angell hall. A
paper on "Knots" will be presented by Professor R. L. Wilder. Every-
one interested is cordially invited to attend the regular meetings of the
club.
Men's Education Club meets at the Mihigan Union, 7:10 p.m. Pro-
fessor McClusky will speak.
Physical Education club meets for the election of officers 7:30 p.m.,
Rocom 20, Waterman gymnasium.

Adelphi House of Representatives: Important business meeting at
7:30 p.m. Initiation ceremonies will be held for new members.
Athena meeting tonight in the clubroom, fourth floor, Angell Hall.
Th pledges will come at 7:3C for a session with the Pledge Committee,
Bus.1ness meeting will begin at eight o'clock.
Alpha Nu meetb tonight. Professor Goodrich will lead an open forum
discussion.
Deutscher Verein meets at 7:30 p.m., Michigan Union, Room 302.
Hindustan Club: Special meeting at 7:45 p.m., Lane Hall. All Hindu
students are invited.
Comedy Club: Fall tryouts w~l be held in Room 302 Mason Hall,
from 3:15 to 5:00 o'clock. Candidates must give a three-minute selec-
tiort from some play, memorized if possible.
Zeta Phi Eta: Short business meeting in the meeting room at 7:30
p.m.. followed at 8:15 by a program of humorous sketches by Marjorie
Wayne Field, dramatilc reader. All members of Athena, Alpha Nu, and
Adelphi are cordially invited to attend.
Play Reading Section of the Faculty Women's club meets at 2:30,
Michigan League.
Michigan Dames meet in the League at 8:00 p.m. Mrs. Merrick will
give a talk on "Chinese Rugs." Watch bulletin board for place of meeting.
COMING EVENTS
Madame Debrovolskai Zavadskaia, formerly surgeon in the Royal
Infirmary at St. Petersburg, Russia, and at the present time an assistant
in Madame Curie's laboratory in Paris will give a lecture on "The Heredi-
ty of Cancer" before the University of Michigan Roentgen Ray society
on Wednesday evening, November 19, at 7:30 p.m. in the Uniersity
Hospital amphitheater on the second floor. This lecture is open to the
medical profession.

NEW JUNIOR CHAMPION SAYS HELLO
TO FAMED AIR PIONEER AND WIFE,
*

FISHERH DISCU6 SESi
Former Bishop of India Declares
MacDonald Reversed Position
Because of Trade Parties.
CITES BRITISH MISRULE
Ramsey McDonald, an advocate
of Indian independence in the days
before his acquisition of power, now
with the English foreign trade ele-
ment dictating, has reversed his
stand and favors the Empirialist
policy of keeping the Indians com-
pletely subjected, stated Dr. Fred-
rick B. Fisher, former bishop of
India, in a talk Sunday night upon
the subject, "Ghandi at the Lon-
don Conference."
Expressing the conviction that
the spirit of Mahatma Ghandi,
new lo ked in a prison in India,
wmn be present at the round table
conference to be held on the ques-
tion of Indian independence at
London soon, the speaker voiced
the desire that the spirit of gentle-
ness that characterizes the Indian
race and Ghandi especially would
prevail among the caucasion dele-
gates at the conference. They can
not hope to get away with a settle-
nient that is not fair and generous
to the Indians, hie stated.
Under a discussion of the merits
of British rule in India, the speak-
er mentioned how Katherine Mayo
in her book, "Mother India" blam-
ed a great deal of the poverty and
disease of the Indians upon their
religious custom and wide spead
ignorance. Dr. Fisher refuted this
by describing the city of Calcutta,
the second largest city in the
British Empire and one of the
worst holes of filth, disease and
poverty that could be imagined.
This city, an excellent example of
degenerate living conditions, is a
younger city than New York, and
during the entire period its growth
has been completely under the con-
trol and supervision of British
government he said. This city
with a death rate greater than that
ox lew York by a ratio of three
to one, boasts unwholesome open
sewers in the streets, the paving
permits for every one of which
was issued by a British authority.
Dr. Fisher commented upon the
recent book on India by Will Dur-
ant, and said that he was glad an-
other bottle acid had been thrown
into the Indian discussion to off-
set the effects of Katherine Mayo's
prejudiced treatise on the subject.
Both books were violent, he said,
and would tend to counteract one
another.
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(._ 4.cQ.wint.ed Press Phote

Stanley Boynton (left), young Maine flyer, wiio recently broke all
Bacteriology 3a: The first meeting of the class in bacteriology for junior records for transcontinental flying, is shown above with Col. and
literary, pharmic and graduate students will be held Thursday, Nov. 20, Mrs. Charles A. Lindbergh. Stanley met the Lindberghs just as they
at one o'clock, in Laboratory No. 3 (second floor) of the New Medical wer.e about to take off for New Jersey. The famous Colonel and his wife
building. Come prepared with laboratory coat or gown, large notebook greeted the boy flyer as they saw him on the field as they were about
and a $5.00 Hygienic Laboratory Ticket, 'obtainable at the Treasurer's to leave.
office

Naval Aviation: The final examination in Aerodynamics will be
given Thursday, November 20, at 7:00 p.m., in Room 1042 East Engineer-
ing building. All those who are taking the course for credit must take
this examination regardless of whether or not they have taken other
Aero. courses.
Senior Mechanical lngineers: Representatives of the General Elec-
tric Company will be in Room 221 West Engineering building, Wednesday,
to interview any senior Mechanical Engineers who believe they might
be interested in employment with this company following graduation.
Will you kindly make an appointment in Room 221 prior to that time.
Students in Automotive Engineering: The second of two lectures on
"Fuels for Automotive Engines, Combustion and Engine Efficiency," will
be given by Mr. Earl Bartholomew, director of the Ethyl Gas Labora-
tories, in Room 1042 East Engineering building, at 7:30 p.m. on Wed-
nesday, November 19.
Tryouts for French Play Wednesday and Thursday, from 4:00 to
F,:00 o clock in room 408 Romance Languages building. Open to all stu-
dents interested.
Society of Industrial Engineers will meet Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.,
Room 306, Michigan Union. Mr. M. A. Clark, Industrial Relations Man-
ager, U. S. Rubber Company, will speak on phases of his work. All in-I
terested are cordially invited.

'Andy' Fund Reaches
$400 as Drive Closes What's
Final drive solicitations for Ches- G
ter A. (Andy) Young, University o
motorcycle patrolman whose right 1
leg was so severely smashed in an.
accident last week that it had to be _ ..._ ___. - _-_-_
amputated, have passed $400. The! Theaters.

money will be used to purchase an
artificial leg and help defray ex-
penses of the injured policeman
during his hospital confinement.
A radio has been placed In "An-
dy's" room by George Wedemeyer,
local dealer, which enabled the in-
valid to hear the entire Minnesota
game in his room. A great improve-
ment in his condition was reported
yesterday by hospital authorities.
7:30 u.m. at the Hillel Foundation.
Newcomers' Scctic u of the Facul-
ty Women's Club cordially invites
all members to be present at a

Majestic-"Her Wedding Night,"
Clara Bow, S k e e t s Gallagher,
Charles Ruggles.
Michigan-Amos 'n' A n d y in
"Check and Double Check."
Wuerth-"Sea God" with Rich-
ard Arlen and Fay Wray.
General.
Thomas Spencer Jerome lecture
-Prof. John G. Winter, 4:15
o'clock this afternoon in room D,
Alumni Memorial hall.
Men's Education club--Meeting
at 7:10 o'clock tonight in Union
building.
Mathmatical club-regular meet-
ing at 8 o'clock tonight in room
3201, Angell hall.

Bridge Party on Thursday after-
noon at 2:30, Grand Rapids roam,
Romance Language Journal Club will meet Wednesi1ay at 4:10 p.m. noon Laduc. ',
in Room 408 Romance Languages building.
All Seniors who have not pur-
Research Club meets in Room 2538 East Medical building on Wed- chased receipts for their picture iI
nesday, Nov. 19, at 8 p.m. The following papers will be presented: the 1931 Michiganensian must do so
Observations on Emot-Znal Disturbances of Physiological Function, at once!
by Dr. Carl D. Camp.A no y wl et
Specialization in Collecting, by Dr. Randolph G. Adams. A meeting All Unito tryouts will meet at the
of the Council will be held at 4:30 p.m. in Room 112 Romance Lan-student offices at 4:15 today.
guages building.:I Hii i 1iiilnaiIl811iu i m iiiiit1 luiai i

Glider Section: General meeting on Wednesday, November 19, at 7:30
p.m., 348 West Engineering Bldg. Attendance of all members is com-
pulsory. Viaitors invited.
Pi Lambda Theta: General business meeting, Wednesday, Nov. 21,
at 4:15 p.m., Michigan League bldg.
Cosmopolitan Club: A special investure service will be held for those
candidates for membership who were unable to attend the regular ini-
tiation meeting. Candidates not as yet taken into the club are asked to
report at Lane Hall at 4:15 p.m., Wednesday, November 19.

If interested in horseback _
riding why not get thec
thrill at
_ U- SEY'S
RIDINg , "=ARDRNG AND
SALE STABLES
Visitors welcome. 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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GIVE TO YOUR
FRIENDS
Christmas gifts that they
will enjoy long after the
more costly gifts are for-
gotton.
Seniors shouid make an
early appointinent.

H i l l e I Foundation invites any
Jewish student who is interested in
the organization of a Choral group
to sing Jewish folk songs and to
make a study of Jewish music to
be present on Thursday evening at
1AWA r--_ _

Phone 2-2551
UNITED CABS
"Quick, Efficient, Service"

State Street

Rendezvous Club meeting at Lane Hall, 7:30 p.m.

332 South

Phone 5031

Youngstown-Michigan club meets at 7:30 p.m., in room 304 of the
Michigan Union. Election of officers. All Youngstown men please attend.

' a l

Michigan Technic: Meeting of the
business staff and tryouts at 7:15
p.m. in room 3038 East Engineering I
Bldg. Any engineers interested in1
trying out for the staff are invited
to attend.

ALTERING and REPAIRING
All kinds of altering and repairing
done at reasonable cost. Ladies work
a specialty. Bring in your .vardrobe
for repair.
CHAS. DOUKAS
1319 South University

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& Company, Inc.
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