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'T E MrIC 14IGAN

DAILY

TT1'1ST;SAV Th1D'TC'T''flfl16-l 1930

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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, excepting Sundays. 11:30 a. in. Saturday.

Dr. Sack to Describe
Swiss Scenery to Club
Dr. Friedrich Sack will deliver a
short lecture on Switzerland to a
meeting of Deutsche Zirkel at 81
o'clock tonight in the Women's
League building.
Dr. Sack intends to give a brief
survey of Switzerland, discussing
the beauty of the country, her
great natural resources despite her
small size and her relations te
Germany. Tea will be served at the.
close of the meeting.

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VOL. XLI.

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1930

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NO. 67

Glee Club to Bring
Dancing Troupe Here I
The De nishawn dancers, interna-
tionally known troupe composed of
the outstanding dancers in the
world, will appear in Ann Arbor,,
under the~ auspices of the Men's
Glee club, Jan. 17 in Hill auditor-
ium.
This performance is planned by
the club for the purpose of raising
:unds for its European trip nex(l
;umlmer. The recital will consist of
Z series of Indian.f

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NOTICES
Sons of Rotarians: All students who are sons of Rotarians-no mat-
ter in what city, state, or country-are cordially invited to be the guests
of the Rotary Club of Ann Arbor at a special luncheon to be served in
the ballroom of the Michigan Union on Wednesday of this week. Please
present yourself at the ballroom entrarce between 12:00 and 12:15 on
Wednesday to receive a card bearing your name, together with the name
of a club member who will play the part of host on this occasion.
George E. Lewis, Secretary.
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
Students interested in securing permanent positions (except teaching)
after graduation in February or June may register at 201 Mason Hall,
Wesnesday, Thursday, and Friday of this week from 9:00 to 12:00 and
2:00 to 4:00.
Students Wishing to let English 48 (Advanced Composition, pri-
marily for sophomores)~ must obtain permission from the instructor of
the section they desire to cnter. English 47 is not, in all cases, a pre-
requisite.
Women students wishing employment in Ann Arbor for the vacation
period are asked to register at the Office of the Dean of Women by
December 18.
Byri Fox Bacher, Assistant Dean of Women.
Ilouseheads, Chaperons, Social Directors: Permission to attend the
Charity Ball on Thursday, December 18, may be given by the househeads
to upperclassmen. Freshmen in good scholastic standing may apply for
permission at the Office ,of the Dean of Women.
Seniors: All Senior pictures must be taken before Thursday of this
week. Photographers receipts are null and void after thi-s week.!
Physics, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering: Faculty members and
students in these departments are invited to the Western Electric pro-
gram mentioned elsewhere in the Bulletin. A. D. Moore.
Society of Industrial Engineers: Because of illness, Mr. C. David
Widman, Secretary and Treasurer of the Murray Corporation of America,
will be unable to address the meeting for this month, so this month's
meeting has been canceled. Will all those who have not paid their dues
for this year see Mr. Gordon Fox as soon as possible.
Christmas Play Offerings: Play Production and the Women's league,
will present their second annual joint Christmas offering of plays on
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, December 16, 1, and 18, nights in
the Lydia Mendelssohn theater. The plays to be given are Molier's "The
Affected Misses," and a Christmas scene from the Pickwick Papers, with
mxusic by the Freshman Girls' Glee. Club. Admission is free and seats
are 'reserved, but no telephone reservations will be made. Applications
in person will be filled at the Mendelssohn box-office, starting at 10
o'clock and continuing through the day.
EVENTS TODAY.
University Lecture: 4:15 p.m., Natural Science building. Mr. Roscoe{
W. Franks, Head of the Bureau of Education of the Division of Conser-
vation of the State of Ohio, will show motion pictures illustrating vai-
ous phases of conservation work in Ohio.
A. S. M. E. Student Branch & M. E. Staff: Professor R. K. Imel of
the University of Southern California will talk on some of the Technical
Aspects of the Talking Motion Picture Industry at the combined A. S.
M.E. Student Branch and Mechanical Engineering Staff banquet to be
held at the Union at 6:15.
Physics Colloquium: Dr. J. D. Hanawalt will talk on "The charact-
eristic x-ray absorption of molecules in the vapor state," at 4:15 in Room
1041, East Physics building. All interested are invited.
American Chemical Society: The local section will meet in room
303, Chemistry building, at 4:15 p.m. Prof. H. H. Willard will speak on
"Some Recent Developments in Analytical Chemistry." The annual busi-
ness meeting will be held immediately after the lecture.
Social Dancing Class maeets3 tonight at 7:30 in the Women's Athletic
building.
Alpha Nu: Regent Beal will speak at the initiation banquet to be
held at the Union at 6:30 p.m. All members are urged to attend.
Athena meeting for tonight will be postponed until after vacation.
Rendezvous Club: Meeting tonight at 7:30, Lane Hal.
Quarterdeck Club: meeting at 7:30 p.m. at the Michigan Union.
Italian Club: There will be a social at the Mihigan League at 7:15
p.m. Mine. C. C. Wagner will sing. All interested are cordially invited
to attend.
.Varsity R.O.T.C. Band: Joint rehearsal with the Glee Clubs at 7:00
p.m. at Hill Auditorium.
Tau Beta Pi Members: Important dinner meeting at 6:15 p.m. at
the Union.

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Zeta Phi Eta: No meeting. Christmas party at 7:30 in Cave of they
League. All come.
Christmas Science Organization meets at 8:00 p.m . in the chapel of
the Michigan Lcague building.
Julnior Girls' Play, Meeting of the central committee will take place
at 9 p.m. in the Garden room of the League building.'
_____________This football, si
Michigan Dames: Regular meeting at 8 o'clock in Wesley Hall, corner I bles, was auctioned
of North State and East Huron. Each member is requested to bring a game in New York
ten-cent gift. general charity fun
Varsity Glee Club: All members repor t at Hill Auditorium in full
dress at 7:00 p.m. for rehearsal of Christmas concert to be given Wed -Hl
nesday evening. After the rehearsal, all members who are in the PatheUfI
Audio Review will appear at the Michigan theater for a short program. n rn
COMING EVENTS Prn i P iL
Mr. Charles D. Hlamel, L. L. B., of Washington, D. C., former chair-1__
man of the United States Board of Tax Appeals, will talk on "~Responsi- Fourthi Annual M
bility of an Auditor in Certifying Financial Statements" at 2 o'clock,
Wednesday, December 17. in Room 110, Tappan Hall. The lecture is for Christmas S
primarily for students of accounting but others interested will be wel- Given Wee'
come. __
______________Final prepara tion
Mr. G. E. Harcke, of the Air Reduction Sales company, will speak on annual Christmas
the subject, "~Recent Developments in Oxyacetylene Welding Practice," o'clock, tomorrow ni
in Room 1042 of the East Engineering building at 4 p.m., Wednesday, ditorium have beet
SDecember 17. The manufacturing processes for oxygen and acetylene as the Varsity band,
well as the application of these gases in welding and cutting metals will Ge oo
be shown by motion pictures. The properties of liquid oxygen will also Glee o clubs teppo and rowo
be deonstrted.Campbell, treasurer
Electrical Engineering: The Western Electric (third Preliminary SAtY and sponsor of
Contact) program occurs Wednesday, 7:30, Natural Science Auditorium, flnounced yesterday.
Mr. R. A. Price and Dr. Remmers speak on "Materials in the MagneticI A dress rehearsal
Circuit of Communications Apparatus," under the joint auspices of the i night by the organi
Student Branch A.I.E.E., and. the Electrical Engineering department. (decor~ations Lo c ti
isaldThauiResearch Club: The Research Club will meet Wednesday, December iticecidmasutyi
17, at 8 p.m. in Room 2528 East Medical building. Dr. Carl V. Weller will icmbidmwithte
present a paper on "Endometriosis of the Umbilicus." Important business the musicians, is e.-
concerning the method of election of members and the nature of the (for a colorful affair
papers presented is to be considered. Members are urged to bring re-! The program whi:
prints of publications of the last two years or to send them to the Sec- ( nounced by Earl V.
retary before the meeting. There will be a meeting of the Council at of the School of Mc
4 p.m. in Room 112 R. L. ic arolsewhc wi
Erwin E. Nelson, Secretary. calbshandseveral
Chemistry Colloquium will be held Wednesday, December 17, at ndmenno ehpOsy
4:00 p.m. in Room 300 Chemistry building. Mr. A. Hlershberger will speak Numbers by a duet
on "The relation between the plasticity of a two-component solid-liquid composed of membi
system and the degree of wetting of the solid by the liquid." A business clubs will also beg
meeting will followv. cert will be open fr
Romance Languages Journal Club: The December meeting will be
held Thursday, Dec. 18, at 4:10 p.m. Prof. A. G. Canfield will give a paperjA
on the "History of Balzac's Reappearing Characters," and Mr. Manson ! AN N A
M. Brien will enumerate recent library acquisitions in the field of Ro-!
mance Languages. j

Associa ted 1Press Photo
ignzed by the President and a number of other nota-
I oil between the halves of the Army-Navy football
last Saturday. The proceeds were used to swell the
ad total, which reached $650,000.
Tusical ProgramI Manuscripts Recognizing Pottery,
Beeson to be Finds of Archeologists
dnesday. Received Here.

Ohio dlepartmnent of conr-r'ation,
will exhibit moction picture-s to
illustrate "Con-s,-rvation Activities
in Ohio" at -4:15 o'clock today in
Natural S ience auditorium. The
public is invited.
After giving a short preliminary
talk, M1,r. Franks will show five reels
of pictures, at the same time ex-
plaining the various activities that
will be silown. The first reel will
include scenes of wild life sanctu-
aries for nesting birds and spawn-
ing fish. Pictures of the Roosevelt
game farm, named after the former
President,\ will reveal antics and
life of the deer. Scenes will also be
sh }wn of tale Wellington game
farm, at Wellington, 0.
An entire reel of bird pictures
wvill be explained as well as a series
of shots taken of the inland fish
hatcheries. Unusual photography
will show successive pictures of the
Hungarian partridge, Old Man's
cave, a state scenic spot, and forest
fires, taken at night and shown in
color.
Franks has come here to ex-
change ideas on conservation with
University research experts, as well
as with Michigan state investigat-
ors at Lansing. After showing his
pictures, he will study conservation
activities of Michigan, both here
and at the state capitol.
Tickets and reser-°

as for the fourth
concert at 8:151
tight, in Hill au-
Nn completed by
.Men~s and Girl's
fists who will ap-
ram, Robert A.
rof the Univer-
the concert, an-
1will be held to-
iizatioris and the
«O affa~ir wi .I be
itoium, as usual,
in the character-
yle which, when
varied attire of
xpected to make
ch has been an-
Moore,. director,
uic, is of a var-
ining Christmas
sung by the glee
regular concert
Fed by the band
orne, organist.
t and a quintet
)prs of both glee
givenl. 'Pthe con-
ree to the public.

The Anthropology museum has
received one of 12 copies of the
manuscript account of discoveries
of early pottery and porcelains
which were made by Prof. H. 0.
Boyer, of the University of the Phil-
ippines, in recognition of the pio-
neering work of Michigan archeol-
ogists, who served to point the way
for the recent discoveries.
Ten other institutions will. receive
copies. They are the British, Vic-
toria, and Albert museums in Lon-
don, the Metropolitan museum in
New York; the Fogg Art museum of
Harvard, the Field museum of Chi-
cago, the Imperial library in Tokyo;
the Royal Asiatic society in Shang-
hai, the Siam society in Bangkok;
L'Ecole Francais in Hanoi, and the
Philippine bureau of science in
Manila.
The first tentative surveys of an-
cient Philippine life in the southern
islands were made in 1922 to 1925
by University workers under the di-
rection of Dr. Carl E. Guthe, of the
University museums. Following the
work of the University expedition,
Professor Boyer took charge of the
work which has resulted in finds of
exceptional archeological and ar-
tistic value.

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Faculty Rifle Shoot: All faculty members are invited to participate
a rifle shoot at R. 0. T. C. headquarters, Wednesday, December 17,
7:30 p.m.

Post-office Pre pared
for Christmas Rush

the postmaster of the time limit.
Notices should be left, the post-
master added, at the postoffice.

Class Meeting of Senior Business Administration Students;: W'ednes- Postal authorities are uttilizingj Icy Pavements Cause
day at 3 o'clock in Room 206 Tappan Hall. Important questions are to; the Armory for the distribution of
be discussed. Members of the class are urged to be present. mail coming into the city sinc-e the Accidents; Ten Hr.

part

Junior Business Administration Class: Iraportant meeting of the
class on Wednesday at 4 p.m., in Room 110 Tappan Hall. Financial and
social arrangements will be decided on at this time.
Eta Sigma Phi: Business meeting, Wednesday evening, at 7:30, Room
2013 A. H., followed by a program on the Roman Saturnalia.

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Christmas rush has started, Post-
master A. C. Pack said yesterday.j
In the distribution of mail'
throughout the city, trucks of the
University R.O.T.C. department are
being used to facilitate better han.-
dling, the p~os tmasster stated.
Organizations mailing notices of
meetings, in which a definite time
limit has been fixed, should notify

Hazardous driving due to the icy
pavements was blamed for a num-
bar of accidents over the week-end,
causing injury to 10 persons and
necessitating hospital treatment.j
Most of the accidents were the
result of cars colliding as drivers
attempted to stop on the slippery

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meeting; Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., room 1139 Natural S(,i-

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in Sternotherus odoratus."
Iota Sigma Pi meeting Wednesday at 7:30 in the League building.
Youngstown-Michigan Club will hold their final meeting before the
holidays Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., in room 302 of the Michigan Union. At-j
tendance is urged for all students living in Niles, Warren, Girard, etc.,1
as well as Youngstown. Important features of the Banquet will be dis-
cussed.
Senior Ball Committee. Important mneeting Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.,
in Room 302, Michigan Union.

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Deutscher Zirlhel: Meeting at 8:00 1
p.m. in the Michigan League. Dr.
Friedrich Sack will speak about i
Switzerland.I
The Play Reading Section of the
Faculty Women's club meets at
2:30, League building.

A $5,000,000 hospital for mental
cases is planned for New Stork.
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