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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. m. Saturday.
VOL. XLI: WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1931 NO. 78
NOTICES
President and Mrsi Ruthven will be at home to the students of the
University on the first two Wednesday afternoons of each month from
4 to 6 o'clock.
University Lecture: Professor James G. Needham, of Cornell Uni-
versity, will lecture under the auspices of the Department of Zoology
on "War a Biological Phenomenon," at 4:15 p. in., January 19, in Natural
Science Auditorium. The public is cordially invited to attend.
Students, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: The commit-
tee on the marking system, made up of members of this faculty, invites
communications from any interested student. Arguments for maintain-
ing, modifying, or discontinuing our present system will be presented to
the committee if sent to my ofife. W. R. Humphreys.
Senior Engineers: United States Engineer's Office, Duluth, Minne-
sota, district desires to obtain the services of six or seven engineers
about April 1. Those interested in this opportunity should confer with
Professor Wisler, 322 West-Engineering Building, at once, for detailed
information.
Sophomore Engineers: Payment of dues will be postponed until
January 21, 22, and 23.
Detroit Unemployment Conference: Registration for the "Student
Conference on Unemployment" under the direction of Prof. Paul H.
Douglas of Chicago University, in Detroit, Michigan, for January 16, 17,*
and 18, must be made at the Student Christian Association by 3 p. m.,
today;
EVENTS TODAY
Doctor Peterson's Portrait: The presentation of this portrait to the
University on behalf of the present and past staff members of Doctor
Peterson's service will take place in the Lydia Mendelssohn theatre at
3:15 p. m. The Faculty, students and public are cordially invited to
the ceremony.
Organ Recital by Palmer Christian at 4:15 o'clock.
Juniors in Education: Meeting of the executive committee in room
4017 University High at 4 o'clock.
Electrical Engineers: Mr. S. M. Dean of The Detroit Edison company
will speak on "Power System Development" at 7:30 p. m., in Natural
Science auditorium. This is the fourth preliminary contact program.
Mr. Hurlburt and others will interview seniors on Thursday. Sign
up for interview periods. A. D. Moore.
Senior Mechanical Engineers: Mr. S. M. Dean, chief assistant super-
intendent of electrical system of Detroit Edison company, will give a
talk on "Power System Development" at 7:30 p. m., in Natural Science
auditorium.
On Thursday, January 15, a representative of this company will
be in room 221 for the purpose of answering any questions which seniors
may care to ask regarding an electrical utility.
Freshman Engineers: Class dues will be collected 4mmediately after
the assembly this morning.
Senior Engineers: Class dues will be collected today and tomorrow
in front of room 217, West Engineering bldg. There will also be a
member of the announcement committee there to take orders. Your
name will not appear in the announcement this year unless dues are.
paid in full.
University Men: All who wish to try out for the Sabre team should
report to R. 0. T. C. headquarters at 5 p. in. Bring your sabre if you
have one.

Engineering Council: There will be a short but important meeting f l
at 7:15 p. m. in the Union.
Mathematical Club: Tea colloquium at 3:30 p. m. in room 3201,
Angell hall.__h IEIV h-

A. 1. E. E. Members: Michiganensian picture will be taken at Dey's
studio at 5 p. m. All please be present.
Also there will be a meeting at 7:30 p. m., in Natural Science audi-
torium. Mr. S. 1A. Dean, chief assistant superintendent of the electrical
system of The Detroit Edison company will speak.
Chemistry Colloquium meets in room 300, Chemistry building, at
4:00 p. m. L. O. Case will speak on "Laboratory Experiments in Physical
Chemistry."
A. S. C. E. meeting in room 1213 East Engineering building, 7:30
p. m. Mr. Beal will give a talk on "The Carquinez Straits Bridge." All
those interested are invited to attend. Business meeting and elections
will be held after the lecture.
Chemical Engineering Seminar: Mr. Mott Souders, Jr., will be the
speaker at 4 o'clock in room 3201 East Engineering building, on the
subject, "The Effect of Tetra-ethyl Lead, Hot Surfaces and Spark Igni-
tion on Flame and Pressure Propagation in Gaseous Explosions."
Athena members who are active and have paid their dues will meet
to have their 'Ensian picture taken at 12:05 at Spedding's studio.
Cercle Francais: The annual picture of the French circle for the
Michiganensian will be taken at the Dey studio at 12 o'clock sharp. All
members are urged to be there as the picture will be the only means
this year of establishing Cercle membership in the 'Ensian.
Scabbard and Blade: All men interested in the sabre drill team
report to Lieut. Coursey in the Drill hall at 5:00 p. m. Bring sabres ifI
you have them. Come in uniform.
Theosophy: Pot luck supper and social, beginning at 6:30 p. in. AllI
interested invited to attend.
Tap Dancing Classes will meet as usual this afternoon in Barbourj
gymnasium.
Orchesis will meet as usual this evening at 7:30 in Barbour gym-
nasium.
Eta Sigma Phi will meet in the lobby of Newberry hall, at 8 o'clock
for a tour of the Museum under the direction of Asst. Professor Butler.
Members are invited to bring their friends. The group picture of the
society will be taken Thursday evening

I W %J-E Q h - NI % M
Joint Session of Legislature to
Hear Recommendations of
New Administration.
(P J v Associated rrr~s)
COLUMBUS, 0., Jan. 13.-With
the inaugural ceremonies out of
the way, Gov. George White turn-
ed today to one of the most import-
ant tasks of his administration-
delivery of his first message to the
Ohio legislature.
A joint session of the house and
'er.ate was called to receive the
message which aroused unusual in-
terest because of the varied prob-
lems facing the new state govern-
ment. These include the writing of
a new taxation system, unemploy-
:.nent and drought relief, and wel-
fare development.
Before hearing the governor's
recommendation, both houses were
to convene in separate sessions to
receive a program of legislation to
erase prohibition from the law
oooks of the state and nation.
Probably the most sweeping reso-
ution in this connection was one
drawn up by Senator L. L. Marshall,
of Cleveland, memorializing the na-
tional Congress to call a constitu-
tional convention to consider repeal
of the Eighteenth Amendment.
excused from these groups.

Brokers to Turn Over
Money toUnemployed UIIY i I UIUiL
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 13.-William
Philpot Morris, stock, bond and in-
vestment broker, announced today
his company would turn over 25 Angell Inquiry Finds Twelve Per
per cent of its gross profits thenext Cent of Men, Six Per Cent
three months to relieve the unem- of Women Maladjusted.
ployed.

MING POSTPONES
ACTION ON KANAR
Biennial Junkets Delay Inquiry
Into Delegate's Status.
(By Associated Press)
LANSING, M i c h., Jan. 13.-
Speaker Fred R. Ming announces
he will not appoint his special
House committee to investigate
charges against Rep. Walter Kanar,
of Hamtramck, until after the end
of the biennial legislative junkets
of State institutions.
The Legislature probably will ad-
journ Thursday to start the inspec-
tion. The junkets are expected to
continue a week or 10 days.
Ming was charged with appoint-
ment of an investigaional commit-
tee by the House last week when
former Rep. Albert M. Bielakski, of
Hamtramck, who opposed Kanar in
the general election, filed a petition
asking Kanar be denied his seat.
G. A. May.

Pharmacy Students: All elections for the second semester should
be made Thursday or Friday, January 15 or 16, in room 250 Chemistry
and Pharmacy building.
Actuarial Examinations: There will be a meeting of students inter-
ested in the actuarial examinations to be held in April, 1931, in room
3017 Angell hall on Thursday, Jan. 15, at 4 p. m.
Psychological Journal Club will meet at 7:30 p. m., on Thursday,
January 15, in room 3126 Natural Science bldg. Professor John F. Shep-
ard will discuss maze learning in rats and in humans. All interested
are welcome.

Appearing in the education sec-
tion of the New York Herald Trib-
une for Sunday, Jan. 11, an article
by Prof. Robert C. Angell, of the
sociology department, reviews the
findings of a recent investigation
of the adjustment of 133 men and
83 women students, selected at ran-
dom, at the University. The find-
ings of the study were recently
published as "A Study in Under-
graduate Adjustment."
"Much to our surprise," Profes-
sor Angell declares, "we found that
12 per cent of the men and 6 per
cent of the women were so severely
maladjusted that a successful rein-
tegration of their personalities was
extremely unlikely without the as-
sistance of a mental hygienist, at
least as long as they remained in
college. The cause of these distress-
ing situations were manifold and
complex, ranging all the way from
I probable hereditary tendencies to-
wards psychopathology to a cause
of shame because of the mential
type of self-supporting work the
student was doing. Worry over
money matters, over relations with
members of the family, over prob-
lems connected with sex were fre-
quently important. Failure in aca-
dcemic work was sometimes a prim-
ary cause but was perhaps more
often itself a result of something
deeper. The Jewish men and wo-
men seemed particularly likely to
become maladjusted because of
their feeling that they were being
shunned. Women are less subject
to social maladjustment than the
men,, he adds, "probably because
they do not often come to college
under severe handicaps."
Planes Continue Hunt
for Missing Aviators
(R y Associated Press)
GALVESTON, Tex., Jan, 13.-A
wide search was continued today
for Lieut. Jonathan Grasty, 25, pilot,
and his passenger, Corp. Philip
Schuchman, 28, attached to the
Third army attack group, missing
since Sunday night. They were last
seen between Galveston and Mata-
gorda bay, on the gulfcoast, fol-
lowing their departure from hunt-
ing grounds at Matagorda for Fort
Crockett.

Union Executive Council: Meets at 4:00 o'clock. Photograph imme- Sophomore Engineers are requested to attend the engineering smoker
diately after meeting. Thursday evening at the Union.
'Varsity R. O. T. C. Band: Concert band rehearsal tonight at 7:15 Forestry Club gropp picture for the 'Ensian will be taken Thursday,
sharp. Reserve band men may attend. 5 p. m., at Dey's studio.
University Girls Glee Club: Picture for the 'Ensian will be taken Sigma 'Gamma Epsilon: Michiganensian picture at Rentschler's
after the rehearsal tonight at Speddings. Formal dress. Everyone must studio Thursday noon at 12:15.,
be present. No excuses.
Pi Lambda Theta business meeting on Thursday, at 4:15 p. m.,
University of Michigan Radio Club: Regular meeting 7:30 p. m., at Michigan League building.
the Michigan Union. Anyone interested in Amateur Radio is invited to
attend. Mummers meet Thursday at 4 o'clock in the Cave. Members please
attend promptly.

Garden section of the Faculty Women's club meets at the Woman's
Athletic building, at 3 p. m. Mr. E. B. Mains of the botany department
of the University will give an illustrated talk on "A Visit to an Indiana
Garden."
COMING EVENTS
Third Freshman Lecture in Hygiene for Men will be given in Water-,
man gymnasium, Thursday and
Friday, January 15 and 16, at 3, 4
and 5 p. m. This requirement in-
cludes all freshmen in the regular

Senior Ball Committee: Important meeting will be held in room 302
of the Michigan Union at 7:30 p. m., Thursday.
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