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THE MICHIGAN

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I I Psychology 31: A make-up examination for my sections will be
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN given at 4:30 in Room 1121 N. S. B.Thum
English 125, (Browning): The mid-semester make-up examination
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of will be held at 4 p.m. in Room 3217 A. H.
the University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the
President until 3:30, excepting Sundays. 11:30 a. m. Saturday. Electrical Engineering: The We3tcrn Electric (third Preliminary
! Contact) program occurs at 7:30 p.m., Natural Scimne Auditorium.
VOL. XLI. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1930 NO. 68 Mr. R. A. Price and Dr. Remmers speak on "M./aterials in the Magnetic
-~__Circuit of Communications Apparatus," under the joint auspices of the
NOTICES Student Branch A.I.E.E., and the ElIectrical Engineering cepartmen.
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 Chemistry Colloquium at 4:00 p.m. in Room 300 Chemistry building.
of te Rtar Clb o An Aror t a pecal unceonto e srve inMr. A. '.Iershberger will speak on "The relation be' weeln the plasticity of
of the Rotary Club of Ann Arbaor at a. speci luncheon to be served in;
the ballroom of the Michigan Union teddy. Please present yourself at a two-component solad-liquid system n the degree of wetting of the
the ballroom entrance between 12:00 and 12:15 on Wednesday to receive solid by the liquid." A business meeting will follow.
a card bea ring your name, together with the name of a club member . S--~--~:~-- 1
who will play the part of host on this occasion. Botancal Seminar at 4:30, room 1130, N. S. building. Paper by C. A.
George E. Lewis, Secretary. Arnold-"Some recent observations on the morphology, distribution.
___ __and affiities of the Paleozioc genus Callixylon."

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Pharmacy: A meeting of the Faculty of the College of Pharmacy
will be held in room 212 Chemistry building, Thursday, December 18, at

4:10 p.m.

C. C. Glover.

Summer Session Abridged Announcement: Copies of the Campus
Edition of the Abridged Announcement of the couses to be given during
the Summer Session of 1931 m--y b2 obtained beginning tomorrow,
Thursday morning, December 18, at the registration offices of all the
schools and colleges. Edward H. Kraus.
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.
Speech 31 and 32: Additional section in Speech 32 has been opened
which will meet Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at nine o'clock, Room
4208, Angell Hall. Students unable to accommodate themselves in Sec-
tions of Speech 31 or 32 that are already closed should confer with Mr.
Densmore.
Students Wishing to Elect English 48 (Advanced Composition, pri-
marily for sophomores) must obtain permission from the instructor of
the section they desire to enter. English 47 is not, in all cases, a pre-
requisite.
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. {
Seniors: All Senior pictures must be taken before Thursday of this
week. Photographers' receipts are null and void after this week.
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.t
Byrl Fox Bacher, Assistant Dean of Women.
The Women's League offers a special rate for rooms'to students who
are remaining in Ann Arbor for Christmas vacation. Women wishing to
take advantage of this arrangement are asked to register in this office
by December 17.
Jeannette Perry, Assistant Dean of Women.
Junior Girls' Play Tryouts: All girls who are called for second try-
outs for the Junior Girls' Play are asked to see Dr. Bell, and to present
an approval slip from her to the Junior Girls' Play Committee when
making appointments for the try-outs.
Alice C. Lloyd.
Househeads, Chaperons, and Social Directors: Women students are
reminded that the closing hour for Thursday night, December 18, is
10:30 p.m. except for those who have special permission to attend the
Charity Ball. Students attending the Ball must be in their houses by
1:30 a.m. Late permission for Thursday night will be granted only for
the Charity Ball. Alice C. Lloyd.
Christmas Play Offerings: Play Production and the Women's League
will present their second annual joint Christmas offering of plays on
Wednesday, and Thursday, December 17th and 18th, nights in the
Lydia Mendelssohn theater. The plays to be given are Moliere's "The
Affected Misses," and a Christmas scene from the Pickwick Papers, with
music 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.
Those holding Soph Prom Favor stubs: All those who did not re-
ceive their favors at the Prom should present their favor stubs at the
Union desk between 2:00 and 5:30 on Thursday afternoon, Dec. 18, if
they wish favors.
Freshman Engineers: The class dues of 50c are now due and may be
paid to Philip Dalsimer, treasurer, or any member of the Finance Com-
mittee: Gil Dobson, Ed Schutt, Howard Walker, Russ Raney, Olan Snav-
ley, Virgil Williams, chairman. When paying dues please present a slip
bearing your name, which will be used for the purpose of recording. If
unable to see the committee, you may pay immediately after the Wed-
nesday assembly.
EVENTS TODAY.
Mr. G. E. Harcke, of the Air Reduction Sales company, will speak on
the subject, "Recent Developments in Oxyacetylene Welding Practice,"
in Room 1042 of the East Engineering building at 4 p.m. The manufac-
turing processes for oxygen and acetylene as well as the application of
these gases in welding and cutting metals will be shown by motion pic-
tures. The properties of liquid oxygen will also be demonstrated.

Rcsearch Club meets in Room 2528 East Meiieal building, at 8 p.m.
Dr. C. V. Weller will present a paper, 'Endometritis of the Umbili-us."
Important business concerning the method of election of members and
the nature of the programs is to be considered. Members are urged to
bring reprints of publications of the last two years, or to send them
to the Secretary before the meeting. There will be a meeting of the
Council at 4 p.m. in Room 112 R. L.
Erwin E. Nelson, Secretary.
Orchesis will meet tonight at Barbour Gymnasium at 7:00. As work
on the spring recital will begin soon, all members should be present.
Tap dancing classes will meet at Barbour Gymnasium this after-
noon. Beginners come at 4:00 and advanced dancers at 4:45.
Junior Business Administration Class: Important meeting of the
class at 4 p.m., in Room 110 Tappan Hail. Financial and social arrange-
ments will be decided on at this time.
Class Meeting of Senior Business Administration Students at 3
o'clock in Room 206 Tappan Hall. Important questions are to be dis-
cussed. Members of the class are urged to be present.
Juniors in Education: Meeting of group leaders at 4 p.m., Room
4017 University High School.
. Mathematical Club: Tea colloquium at 3:30 in Room 3201 Angell)
hall.I

Crrgniz tioi n of a new mediun
for student seid-help was promised
at a meeting held at the Union re-
cc-ntly, v:hcn C. F. Smith1 presid n
of the newly formed Michigan
Students Co-operative leaguc, de-
scribed its purpose.
The league intends to provide
--i time employment for students
diring schooi and full-time work
} in the summer by establlshing co-
opemione between different col-
lges. One of the principal methods
which will be us'd in accomplish-
ing this will be an interlocking sys-
I tem of truck lines which will be
routed through important college
to vns in the Middle West. Stud-
ents :f o- university will driventhe
a' truck~s half-way to the next uni-
versity. where they will be met by
its students.
Two commiltees have been ap-
A dPress Photo pointed, in preparation for the next
Associated e foruimeeting, which wil be held January
Prof. Albert Eintem, who has repeatedly stated his dislike for public 10. David M. Hannah, '32E, was
appearances, brave( the throngs at New York City hall to receive the made general chairman.
city's official welcome. He is shown with Mrs. Einstein, Mayor James
J. Walker (lfty andpresident Nicholas Murray Butler (nighg of Co Professor Explains
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Point System Committee Meeting this afternoon at 4:10 in BarbourI
Gymnasium. All absences must be excused before the meeting. Call
5718.
Phi Sigma meeting, 7:30 p.m., room 1139 Natural Science building.
Mr. Paul Risley will talk on "The Origin of Germ Cells in Sternotheruss
odoratus."
Eta Sigma Phi: Business meeting at 7:30 p.m., Room 2013 A. H., fol-
lowed by a program on the Roman Saturnalia.
Phi Eta Sigma: The meeting to decide upon eligibility is to be held
in Room 302 of the Union at 5 o'clock. All members on the campus are
urgently requested to come. Also report of convention delegate.
Varsity R.O.T.C. Band: Report tonight at Hill auditorium at 7:45
in uniform.
Varsity Glee Club: All members meet at Hill Auditorium at 7:30
p.m. in full dress for concert.
Youngstown-Michigan Club final meeting before the holidays will
be held at 7:30 p. in., in room 302 of the Michigan Union. Attend-
ance is urged for all students living in Niles, Warren, Girard, etc.,
as well as Youngstown. Important features of the Banquet will be dis-
cussed.
Finance Committee for the Junior Girls' Play: Members must bring
their money to the W. A. A. office in the League building between 3
and 4 p.m. today. If this is impossible, please call Dorothy Birdzell
at 7717.
Music Section of the Faculty Women's Club meets at 8 o'clock in
the Michigan League building.
COMING EVENTSj
School of Education, Committee on Certificate Revision: There will
be a meeting of the above named committee on Friday, December 19, at
one o'clock in my office, Room 1439, University Elementary School.
C. O. Davis, Secretary.j
Geology 31 Bluebook: January 5. A-L inclusive in room 25 A. H.
M-Z inclusive in room 1121 N. S., Psychological lecture room at West
entrance to Naturai Science building.
Applied Mechanics Colloquium: W. O. Freyberg will discuss the work
by W. Kuntze on "Endurance Limit in Terms of Ultimate Strength and.
Cohesion Strength" at 8 o'clock Thursday evening in Room 445 West
Engineering building. The half hour preceding will be devoted to a
review of recent literature on Applied Mechanics. Students and facultyj
are encouraged to attend these informal meetings which occur on alter-
nate Thursday evenings. Come at 7:30 and try it.
Geological Journal Club: Meeting Thursday, Dec. 18, 8:00 in room
4056 N. S. Mr. Robt, Karpinski will speak on "Geology and Mining in
Indo-China."

THEA TERS
Lydia MendLssohn - Christmas
program; Moliere's "Affected Mis-
ses," "Dingley Dell;" sponsored by
Women's League and Play Produc-
tion. Special Music; begins 8:15
o'clock.
Majestii-"Checr Up and Smile"
with Dixie Lee, Arthur Lake, and
Ol a BacLnova.
Michigan - Marie Dressler and
Wallace Beery in "Min and Bill."
Also Pathe newsreel "The Victors"
with Varsity Glee club.
Wuerth, -Harold Lloyd in "Feet
First."
G ENERAL
Organ recita-Palmer' Christian;
4:15 o'clock, Hill auditorium.
Hockey-Michigan vs. Chatham,
M. Brien will speak on "Recent L
Romance Languages."

8:30 o'clock, Coliseum.
Lecture - Charles D. Hamel on
"Responsibility of an Auditor in
t Certifying Financial Statements,"
2 o'clock, room 110, Tappan hall.
Lecture-G. E. Harcke on "Oxy-
acetylene Welding;" 4 o'clock, room
1042, East Engineering building.,
Motion pictures.
Lecture - R. A. Price and Dr.
Remmers on the Western Electric
program; 7:30 o'clock, Natural
Science auditorium.
Recitals-Charles P. Moyer, '31,
and Ralph Andrews, '31, at open
j meeting of Michigan Interpretative
Arts Society; 7:30 o'clock, room 302,
Mason hall.
Christmas cencert--Varsity band,
Men's and Women's Glee clubs,
3:15 o'clock, Hill auditorium.
Library Acquisitions in the Field of

Newcomers' Section of the Faculty Women's Club cordially invites
all members to be present at a Christmas Party on Thursday afternoon
at 2:30 o'clock, Women's Field House, on Forest Avenue.
Aeronautical Society meeting tonight. Milton J. Thompson will talk
on the subject, "Aeronautical Research Activities in Europe" Room 348
West Engineering building., 7:30 p.m. Visitors welcome.
Glider Section cf the Aeronautical Society: Members are requested
to be present at the Society meeting tonight at 7:30 in room 348. The
Society membership cards will be issued at this time.

Necessity of Reading
for Adult Happiness
Stressing the importance of
teaching children to read, Prof.
Clifford Woody, of the School of
Education, yesterday in a radio ad-
dress entitled "Teaching Johnny to
Read," said that "the mastery of
the proper technique of reading
plays a very important part in
Johnny's school life, because so
many of the activities engaged in
I are dependent upon the ability to
read."'
"If he cannot read effectively,
Professor Woody said," he will have
difficulty with literature, history,
geography, arithmetic, and other
subjects. He will have difficulty
not only in the elementary school
but also in high school and even in
college."
"Johnny lives in an environment
in which he must read if he is to
function effectively as a citizen,"
he said. "He must be able to read
1 traffic signs to protect his own well-
being and the well-being of oth-
ers; electric signs, bill boards, bul-
letin boards, and advertisements, to
buy and sell to the best advantage;
newspapers, magazines, and books,
to acquaint himself with the out-
standing civic and social problems
of the day and to perform his du-
ties in an intelligent manner.
SAVE
TIME,
MONEY,
CONVENIENCE,
VIA THESE
NEW HOT WATER
HEATED SPECIAL
VACATION PARLOR
EXPRESSES
VIA THE
CANADIAN
GREYHOUND
ROUTE DIRECT
FROM THE UNION

University Music .House naugurated this Pre-Christmas Sale
at this time to offset as much as possible the effect of the
present nuanc al situation.
You can get that Boy or Girl a Musical Instrument :low
BEFORE CHRISTMAS at a very substantial discount.
Pianos, the foundation of all Music, as low as
Terms to suit
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Mr. Charles D. Hamel, L. L. B., of Washington, D. C., former chair-
man of the United States Board of Tax Appeals, will talk on "Responsi-
bility of an Auditor in Certifying Financial Statements" at 2 o'clock,
Wednesday, December 17, in Room 25 Angell Hall. The lecture is
primarily for students of accounting but others. interested will be wel-
come.
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Psychological Journal Club will meet Thursday, Dec. 18, at 7:30 p.m.
in Room 3126, Natural Science Bldg. Mr. Alexander Crockett of the
Psychological Clinic of the Detroit Board of Education will discuss re-
search in the field of vocational tests. The talk will be illustrated with
slides.
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 paper
n the "History of Balzac's Reappearing Characters," and Mr. Manson
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