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ning on the subject "The Dewey-Norris Correspondence and a New
DAILY' OFFICIAL BULLE ~TIN Party." Refreshments will be served at 9:00. There will be a discussion
1 1 A X following Mr. Goodrich's talk.I
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of Glider Section of the Aeronautical Society will meet this Wednesday
the University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the in room 348 West Engineering bldg., at 7:30.
VOGUE FOR COLORED PHOTOGRAPHS
SEEN AS SIGN OF MODERN TREND
President until 3:30, excepting Sundays. 11:30 a. m. Saturday.
VOL. XLI. SUNDAY, JANUARY 18, 1931 NO.82
University Lecture: Professor Martin Sprengling, of the Oriental
Institute of the University of Chicago, will speak on the subject "Tahu
Husayn, the Blind Social Philosopher and Literary Critic of Modern
Egypt" at 4:15 p. m., Friday, February 27, in the Natural Science auditor-
ium. The public is invited.
Organ Recital: Palmer Christian, University organist, will give the
following program, Wednesday, January 21, at 4:15 o'clock in Hill au-
ditorium. The general public with the exception of small children is
invited to attend:
Noble: Solemn Prelude; Bach: Finale from "The Passion According
to St. Matthew"; Aubert: Forlane; Frescobaldi: Toccata per l'Elevazione;
Ouilmant: Sonata 3, Preludio, Adagio, Fuga; Massanet: The Angelus;
Simonetti: Madrigale; Strawinsky: Berceuse, Finale ("l'Oiseau de Feu").
Candidates for the Teacher's Certificate: All candidates for the
teacher's certificate who expect to graduate in February are required
to take a general professional examination covering the courses in
education which are required for that certificate. This examination
will be held in the auditorium of the University high school on Satur-
day, February 14, 1931 from 9 to 12 o'clock. Students planning to take
the examination at this time must leave their names with Miss Clark
in room 1437 University Elementary school before February 1st.
C. O. Davis, secretary.
School of Education-February Seniors: All students completing re-
quirements for the degree and teacher's certificate at the end of the
present semester should pay their fees for diploma and certificates by
February 13. Blanks may be secured at the recorder's office of the
School of Education, room 1437 University Elementary school.
Candidates for Teacher's Certificate: Blanks for the payment of
teacher's certificate fee may now be secured at the recorder's office of
the School of Education, room 1437 University Elementary school. All
students who expect to be recommended for the teacher's certificate at
the end of the present semester must pay their fees and return their
receipts to the recorder, School of Education, by February 13.
Conflicts in Final Examinations, Colleges of Engineering and Archi-
tecture: All students having conflicts in final examinations must report
to, my office, room 3223 East Engineering building, not later than Wed-
nesday, January 28. On the bulletin board adjacent thereto will be
found blank cards for reporting conflicts. These are to be filed as
indicated by the notice on my bulletin board. J. C. Brier.
Exhibition: A group of Mr. Frederick Crowther's perspectives of
residential and other buildings, rendered in water color, is now being
shown in the exhibition gallery of the Architectural building.
An Exhibition of one hundred American and European Prints isl
on view in the North and South Galleries, Alumni Memorial hall. TheI
Qalleries are open week days from 9 until 5 and Sundays from 1:30
until 5. The exhibition closes January 24.
Suinday Reading: Prof. Howard Mumford Jones will read from James
Stephen's "Crock of Gold" at 3:30 in the Grand Rapids room of theI
League building. This is the third in a series of readings sponsored by
the League Library Committee.
International Oratorical Contest will be held at 3:30 this after-
noon in Lane hall auditorium. The public is invited.
Druid meeting at 5:30 in the Union.
Mummers: Pictures taken for the 'Ensian at 12 o'clock in Dey's
studio. All members new and old will want to be there.
J-Hop Committee: There will be an important meeting at 6 o'clock
tonight at the Union.
Congregational Student Fellowship: This evening Dr. Josselyn Van
Tyne, assistant curator of birds at the University museum, will give an
account of his experiences in Indo-China with the Roosevelt expedition.
Meeting to be held in the church parlors. Luncheon at 6, speaking
The Right Reverend Alexander Mann, bishop of Pittsburgh will
speak to the students at Harris hall this evening. Supper at C 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. m., January 19, in Natural
Science auditorium. The public is cordially invited to attend.
Zoology Lectures: Professor James G. Needham, of Cornell univers-
ity, will give the following lectures under the auspices of the Depart-
ment of Zoology:
Jan. 19, 7:30 p. m.-"Mayflies." Room 2116 Natural Science bldg.
Jan. 20, 4:15 p. m.-"Transformations in Insects." Room 2116, Na-
,tural Science building.
I University Lecture: Mr. W. Starling Burgess, designer of the "Enter-
prise," will lecture under the auspices of the Department of Navall
Architecture and Marine Engineering on the races for the America's
cup and the part played by the "Enterprise" in the recent races, at
4:15 p. m., Wednesday, January 21, in Natural Science auditorium. The
lecture will be illustrated by slides, and moving pictures of the "Enter-
prise." The public is cordially invited.
Faculty, School of Education: A faculty luncheon will be held at
the League building on Monday, at 12 o'clock. Vice-President C. S.
Yoakum will speak.
French Plays: The next number on the Cercle Francais program
will be the Soiree Dramatique on January 21. Three one-act plays will
be given in the Laboratory Theatre, at 8:15 o'clock.
Tickets for the remainder of the Cercle Francais program, including
this Soiree, may be procured in room 112, Romance Language building,
or at the door of the Theatre. No reserved seats.
English Seminar 300: Will meet Tuesday evening, January 20, in
room 3227. Mr. John Wilcox will make a report at that time.
Oscar James Campbell.
Men's Physical Education Club will meet Tuesday, January 20, at
7:30 in Room 306 of the Union. Dr. Howard Y. McClusky will speak on
Acolytes: Meeting Monday, Jan. 19, at 7:30 in room 202 S. W. Prof.
Shepard will discuss "Technique in Psychology."
Botanical Seminar meets Wednesday, January 21, at 4:30, room
1139, N. S. building. Paper by Eileen W. Erlanson-"The Newton and
Darlington interpretation of meiotic phenomena."
Research Club: Meeting Wednesday, Jan. 21, at 8 p. m., in room 2528
East Medical building. The following papers will be presented:
"The American Co-operation in the Reorganization of the Vatican
Library" by Librarian W. W. Bishop.
"Maps of Michigan by Professor L. C. Karpinski. There will be a'
short meeting of the council at 7:30 p. m. in the same room.
Forestry Club meeting Tuesday, Jan. 20, at 7:30 p.m., in Room 2039,I
Natural Science Bldg. Birger Berg will give an illustrated talk on "For-
estry in Norway."
Physics Club: All students and especially those in the beginning
courses in physics who might be interested in forming a physics club
are asked to meet in the West Lecture room of the West Physics build-
Studios Report More Than Third desire for a flattering picture, that
of Tinted Pictures Sold makes the men students more diffi-
to Men Students. cult to photograph than the wom-
en, most of them agreed.
Frank Gilbreth, '33. Group pictures of students are
CORDUROY COATS are giving rather hard to take, they stated,
CORDUrYccoAnflarnelgiinbecause there is almost always some
way to raccoon, flannel shirts person in the group who insists on
have been replaced by broadcloth, "wise cracking" just as the picture
woolen socks have been surplanted t b taken, the standard
by silk, hash houses have turned is about to betaehesndr
into tea rooms, and now colored remark inevitably concerning the
photographs, according to 1 o c a 1 welfare of the camera. Little pref-
photographers, are steadily gaining erence as to the difficulty of photo-
photgrapers arestedilygaii graphing a group of men or a group
in popularity among students, as a
the desires of the Michigan Man women, was shown.
are seen approaching the more One photographer told of a wom-
modern trend. an student who became a veritable
Two of the iarges photography bugbear to his concern. He stated
concerns in the city reported that that she was very prominent in ac-
more than one-third of the colored tivities throughout her college ca-
photographs sold were pictures of reer and consequently had to be
men students. This is a very large photographed in many groups. On
increase over figures of the past, almost every occasion she would
when almost every man scorned the become nervous and move, thus
idea of having his picture taken in spoiling the picture,
Photographers also agreed that Adeiphi -Sigma Rho Tau
the average University student is
more particular about his picture Debate Judges Named
than is the average person his age.
One stated that the reason for this Registrar Ira Smith will preside
was probably that the student has at the debate between Adelphi,
a fairly definite idea of how he representing the literary school,
would like to look. The photogra- and Sigma Rho Tau, representing
pher must try to discover what this the engineers, next Tuesday eve-
is, in order to catch the proper ex- ning, it was announced yesterday
pression in his subject's face. by Donald Tobey, '31, speaker of
The task is much easier when a Adelphi, which is acting as host
woman is being photographed be- for this semester's meeting of the
cause most women are content with two societies.
a beautiful picture even if the re- Prof. Rupert Courtwright, of the
semblance is not very pronounced. College of the City of Detroit, and
The men, however, are often more James H. McBurney, of the speech
particular about the likeness and department will act as two of the
occasionally about character lines. judges, and arrangements are being
It is this desire mingled with the j completed for the third judge.
ing, Wednesday evening, January 21, at 8:00 o'clock. A few experiments
will be shown and discussed by W. L. Carmichael, '32; S. D. Bernstein,
'33; E. C. Campbell, '34; and others. The desirability of forming a
group to meet at regular intervals for a continuation of such work will
Round Table Club will meet Tuesday evening at 7:30 in the Michi-
gan league building. Prof. Carter Goodrich will be present to discuss
the strikes being carried on in West Virginia. There will be much busi-
ness matter to be'decided on and all members are urged to be present.
A. S. C. E.: Picture will be taken at Dey's studio on Monday, at 4:45.
Come and bring $1 for picture.
Independents expecting to attend J-Hop meet at Union, Tuesday
evening, Jan. 18, at 7:30, in room 304.
Union Committeemen: Photograph at Spedding's studio, Tuesday,
ALUHMNI WILL HEAR
Special Broadcasts Will Feature
Ruthven, Huber, Tapping;
Lawton to Announce.
President Alexander G. Ruthven,
Dean G. Carl Huber, of the Grad-
uate school, T. Hawley Tapping,
secretary of the Alumni association'
and Helen M. Gore, chairman of
the Alumnae council, will address
75,000 alumni of the University
from the University broadcasting
station during a program from
7:30 until 8:30 o'clock next Satur-
day night, it was announced yes-
terday by Prof. Waldo Abbott,
director of the broadcasting service.
J. Fred Lawton, who wrote the
lyrics of "Varsity," speaker at foot-
ball pep meetings, will serve as
announcer. Music for the program
will be furnished by the Midnight
Son's quartet and the Michigan
League dance orchestra.
Prof. John Muyskens, of the
phonetics department;, will speak
on "The Correction of Speech De-
fects" at 5 o'clock tonight. George
Poiner, violinist, with,. Stanley
Fletcher at the piano, will furnish
the musical features. Prof. Dwight
L. Dumond, of the history depart-
ment, will offer a talk dealing with
some phase of the history of south-
ern United States at 2 o'clock to-
morrow afternoon. Music will be
furnished by George Ruegnitz, ac-
companied by Burnette Bradley.
Howard G. Baker, of the English
department, will speak Tuesday on
"Studying the Short Story." Ray,
mond Morin, staff pianist, will ren-'
der musical selections. On Wednes-
day afternoon Prof. Leslie A. White,
of the anthropology department,
will discuss "Fossil Man and Mod-
ern Man," while vocal numbers will
be given by Sidney Straight, ac-
companied by Grace Snyder. Prof.
William C. Trow, of the School of
Education, will talk on "Education
for Citizenship" Thursday after-
noon. The Midnight Sons quartet
will feature the remainder , of the
Quick, Efficient, Service"
January 20, at 5:30 p. m.
Book Shelf and Stage Section of I
the Faculty Women's Club will meet
on Tuesday, January 20, at 2:45 p.
m., at the home of Mrs. Louis W.
Keeler, 1135 Granger avenue. Mrs.
3eorge C. Cone will assist the
A. S. M.,E. Members: The group
picture will be taken at 3:30, at the
Reformed Students: Services will
be conducted by Dr. Pieters of the
WTestern Theological seminary. The
meeting will be held in the "Upper,
Room" of Lane hall, at 10:30 a. m.
sharp. Bring your friends.
Cosmopolitan Club: Members are
asked to be at Rentschler's studio
promptly at 2:15 p. m. for the club
Carter Goodrich, of the Depart-
ment of Economics, will address
the Liberal Students' union of the
Unitarian church, at 7:30 this eve-
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