EDITOR EXPLAINS WHY NEWSPAPERS
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Cites Literary Works Already
Written in International
"The Esperanto language has, in
the 44 years of its existence, been
adopted by so many people that,
even though it should enjoy no
future expansion, linguists should
have to consider it as at least a
minor language," Ezra Stillman of
the German department said to
members of the Tolstoi league yes-
terday at their first regular meet-
ing of the year.
Beginning with Baghi's 'The Vic-
tors', published in 1919, the first
novel of literary merit to be written
in Esperanto, the language has
grown to such an extent by the
work of prolific original authors
and translators -who have given it
practically all the major literature
of the world that a study of it,
entirely apart from the commercial
and scientific value, would be well
repaid from the point of literary
interest," said Stllman.
Order Turkish Women
to Buy Home Goods
ISTANBUL, Oct. 20. - (W) - The
women of Turkey's officialdom must
turn their eyes from the mode of
Paris and buy their gowns at home,
the cabinet decided today.
The edict against foreign raiment
applies even to President Mustapha
Kemal, who must forego his Lon-
don tailor's services. It's all part of
a national economy program.
Daily Official Bulletin
.(Coninued from Page Eight)
Soph. Engineers: Class assembly
in Room 348 W. Engineering build-
ing, at 9 a. m. Dean Sadler will
address the class. You will be ex-
cused from other classes at this
Chemical Engineering Seminar:
Mr. Gerald D. Wilson will be the
speaker at 4 o'clock today in Room
3201 East Engineering building on
the subject, "Effect of Temperature
on Physical Properties of Small
University Girl's Glee Club: Im- ,Political Science 2 will be given
portant. rehearsal at 7:15 p. in., in Room 2035 Angell Hall, Saturd
Wom~en'sLeague. m "'" or"ing, October 24H atl,9 ar
University of Michigan Radio Club Make-up Examinations: Stude
meets at 7:30 p. m., Room 304, Mich- 1 in any of my courses who were u
igan Union. Mr. J. D. Kraus will able to take the June final exam
speak on "The Propagation of Radio ations may make them up Thu
Waves." All interested are invited. day, Oct. 22, 2 to 5, in Room 4
Angell Hall. Preston Slosson
Socialists Club meets at 7:30 p.
M., Room 302, Michigan Union. All
are invited to attend.
Sigma Gamma Epsilon: Short
business meeting at 5 o'clock, Room
1057 N. S. Initiation of men pledged
last spring will take place at eight
o'clock in the same room.
Gargoyle Editorial and Art Staff
Members and Tryouts: Important
meeting at 4 o'clock in the Gargoyle
University Lecture: Mr. Thomas
Kerl, A.1B. Mich., '91, LLB. George
Washington University, traveler re-
cently in Russia as member of the
International Association of Soil
Science: "Impressions of Russia,"
Thursday, October 22, 4:15 p. i.,
Natural Science auditorium. The
lecture will be illustrated with
History 259 (Seminar in Am.
Hist.): On account of the lecture
"Impressions of Russia" at 4:15 on
Thursday afternoon, by Mr. Thomas
Kerl, the regular meeting of History
259 will not be held. Students who
are not otherwise engaged however
are asked to meet from 3 to 4 in
the usual room.
National Association of Cost A
countants, Detroit Chapter will v
the refinery of the White Star R
fining Co., at Trenton on Thursd
afternoon, Oct. 22. Dinner at 6
and technical session following
the Grosse Ile Country Club, to
addressed by J. H. Barrett, Assi
ant-Treasurer of the White S
Refining Co., on "By-Product Cos
Senior Engineers' Election: T
class will meet on Friday, Oct.
at 10 a. in., in Room 348, W. E
bldg. All candidates must h
eligibility slips. Students will bee
cused from classes at this hour.
University Symphony Orc'hest
There are still opportunities for t
outs. Vacancies in all strings a
trombones. Please report at oMi
Hall, Thursday or Friday, at 3 p.
Tap Dancing Class for Won
Students: Women students whoz
interested in forminga tap danc
club will meet for the first time
Thursday, Oct. 22, at 4 o'clock,
Barbour gymnasium. Beginners m
meet in the big gymnasium a
intermediates will meet in Sar
Caswell Angell Hall on the seco
Observatory Journal Club w
meet at 4:15, Thursday, Oct. 22,
the Observatory class room. Prof
The Make-up Examination
Mathematical Tea will
in Room 3001 Angell Hall,
at 4 p. m.
dance at the den and
at the hut t4nght to.
don loomis' red ot
S:30 to 10:45
or A. D. Maxwell will revi
irticle "ThetStudy of Color
of Faint Stars in Five S
reas in the Milky Way," by
Social Science Club will meet in
he auditorium of Lane Hall at 7:30
p. in., Thursday. Topic for discus-
ion: Companionate Marriage (led
by Lois Heitman). All welcome.
Newcomers Section of the Faculty
Women's Club: Mrs. John R. Effin-
;er will give a tea for the members
of the Newcomers section of the
Faculty Women's Club at her home,
035 Martin, Thursday, October 22,
hree to five.
Pi Lambda Theta: First open
meeting Thursday evening, Oct. 22,
Dt 7:30 o'clock, in the Library of ths.
Elementary School. Dr. Clifford
Woody is to talk on, "Modern Edu-
ational Trends." All members ini-
bated last year are specially invited
o be there.
Jewish Studlents: The class on
Jewish Current History," has been
hanged to Thursday evening this
week, due to the conflict with the
McCormack concert. It will begin
at 7:30 p. tn., at the Hillel Founda-
Wesley Players: Second meeting,
Thursday evening at 7:30. Our
patrons and patronesses will be
present. A one-act play will be
given. All members are urged to
Sigma Rho Tai: All members and
the new Neophites are urged to be
prompt for organization meeting to
be held at the Union, 7:15 p. m.,
.hird floor. All Engineers and Archi-
tects interested are cordially invited
Scabbard and Blade meeting at
Michigan Union, 7:15 p. m. Room
number on Bulletin board. Uniform
not required. Members attending
school who were not at first meet-
ing leave names, addresses and tele-
phone numbers at R. 0. T. C. Head-
quarters or get in touch with Ist.
Sgt. Osenburg, phone 22340.
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Minnesota reports heavy losses
this summer in fish dying from the
effects of protracted hot weather.
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