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_______________THE MICHIGAN DAILY

LY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Dean Henry M. [POLITICALSCIENCE
Bates 'E AT CONCLAV

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ation in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to
esident until 3:30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday.

. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1932

No. 72

(Continued from Page 4)
ganizations. Since 1921 he has been
one of the Michigan Commissioners

NOTICES
esident and Mrs. Ruthven will be at home to the students of the
'sity on the first two Wednesday afternoons of each month from
six o'clock.
tention of Freshman Advisers: Faculty members who advised
en of the Literary College last September are requested to be
r offices as much as possible during the remainder of this week
er that they may aid'their advisees in arranging second semester
ims. Philip E. Bursley.
iversity Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
e interested in securing a teaching position in the Government
Schools, grades 1 to 3, or 4 to 6, will please call at the office Wof
reau for further information.
iversity Women: All women students who intend to change
at the end of this semester should advise the househead and
iee of the Dean of Women of this intention before iaturday noon,
, (four weeks before the beginning of the second semester).
Alice C. Lloyd.
aduate Students-Men anod Women: The attention of graduate
is Is called to the fact that special tables are being reserved for
very noon at the far end of the League cafeteria.,
adents in Education F16: This course will meet henceforth in
(Q09 University High School instead of in the Yost Field House
Dr. Lynam.
CONCERT TODAY
ran Recital by Palmer Christian, University organist, at 4:15 this
)of in Hill Auditorium. -
EVENTS TODAY
em ical Engineering Seminar: Mr. D. W. McCready will address
ninar at 4 o'clock in Room 3201 East Engineering 'Building on the
,"Adiabatic Drying of Solids."
aiety of Industrial Engineers meets at 7:30 p. in., in Room 306,
an Union. Professor C. D. LaRue will speak on, "A Botanist's
ution to Industry." This should be a very interesting talk, as
LaRue has conducted many in vestigations for concerns such
I Motor Company and United dtates Rubber Company. Prompt-
- attendance is desirable.
theatical Tea in Room 3001 A.H., at 4 o'clock.
arterdeck Club meeting at 8 o'clock, in Room 319 Michigan Union.
iversity Girls' Glee Club: Regular meeting at 7:30 p. m., at the
61igan Socialist Club: Francis King, Detroit socialist, will describe
1 of the Michigan Socialist Party at 7:30 p. m., in Room 304 of
chigan Union. Important meeting of the executive council at
*k.
ed cook Exchange: All students interested in the Used Book Ex-
are invited to meet with the Socialist Club, 7:30 p. m., at the
ess and Checker Club meets in Room 203 Michigan Union at 7:30.
:ulty-Alumni Dance Series: The second dance of the series will
at p. in., in the ballroom of'the Michigan Union.
ivorsity of Michigan Radio Club meets at 7:30 p. m., in Room 2054
1 Science building. William Carlsor will speak on "Exploring in
and." All interested are invited.
rgoyle Business Staff and Tryouts: Meeting of entire staff at 4
Tryouts be in office at 3 p. m., for mailing out.
idustan Club: A special meeting to protest against the arrest of
leaders will be held at tie Michigan Union Room 323 from 8
p. in. All Hindus, both members and non-members, are requested
i4d.
COMING EVENTS
Campus Forum: President Ruthven will speak on "The Student
s University," Thursday afternoon at 4:15, in the Natural Science
ium.
ervatory Journal Club will meet Thursday, Jan. 7, in the Observ-
ecture room at 4:15. Mr. M. K. Jcssup will review the article
-Electric Cells and their Applications," by John S. Anderson. Tea
served at 3:45.

on uniform state laws.
When he was a student here
Dean Bates became a member of
the Alpha Delta Phi fraternity,
later being elected to Phi Delta Phi
and Phi Beta Kappa.
In 1927, Dean Bates was made
chairman of the so-called Commit-
tee of Nine which was created for
the purpose of making- recommen-
dations on practical conservation.
of oil and natural gas, and whose,
report was 'made public in 1928 by
Secretary of Interior Work.{
Dean Bates gives the impression
of a man who knows what he's'
about and pursues his aim without
"sidetracking"-forever character-
ized by high professional ideals,
great candor, and honesty. He is
truly one of /Michigan's "greater
sons."
Epsilon Phi fraternity, who will act
as hosts. All are cordially invited.
Applied Mechanics Colloquium:
Dr. W. W. Denton will speak on
Thin Rectangular Clamped Plates,
presenting a new method of sciu-
tion. F. L. Everett will make men-
tion concerning the recent Rheology
meeting at Rochester. The Collo-
quium meets rThursday, 7:30 p. m.,
in Room 445 West Engineering bldg.
Geology 31: Bluebook on Friday,
Jan. 8. A-M inclusive, meet in Room
25 A.H.; N-Z, in Room 2082 N.S.
Judiciary Committee of, the In-
terfraternity Council will meet- in
Rocm 2 University Hall, Thursday,
Jan..7, at 7:30 p. m. It is necessary
that all representatives from the
faculty, alumni, and students be
present.

Reed Explains Carnegie Grant
Expenditure; Meeting
Successful.
Satisfactory results of the annual
convention of the American Poli-
tical Science association are report-
ed by Prof. Thomas H..Reed,.of the
Political Science department, who
attended the meeting, held Decem-
ber 28, 29, and 30 at Washington,
D. C., accompanied by Profs. James
K. Pollock, Jesse S. Reeves, Arthur
W. Bromage, Everett S. Brown, and
Paul M. Cuncannon, of the Politi-
cal Science department, and Dean
J. B. Edmonson, of the School of
Education.
Professor Reed, as chairman of
the standing committee on policy,
reported the expenditure of 'the
first of the four;-year 15,000 grants
of the Carnegie Co. to the associa-
tion.
The in o n e y was disembursed
through four channels for research;
p e r s o n e 1, 'including cooperation
both with colleges and universities;
and with state and local govern-
ments; investigation of Political
Science publications; and political
education. Under the last division
four conferences were held during
19P1, one of which, at Madison,
Wisconsin, was attended by Profes-
sor Reed.
Professor Pollock, at a round
table discussion on political parties,
delivered a paper on ""Some Sug-
gestions From British Practices For
Regulating Election Expenditures."
The daily output of the North
Carolina state college bakery is
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loaves of bread.
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