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January 22, 1932 - Image 6

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-Harris Hall: Rev. William L. Wood of the Episcopal Theological MA T THEWS RECOMMENDS AMERICAN
ScrT, A ~T U TIIT~ hool, Cambridge, Mass., is conducting a series of lectures and discus-o
ins this week at Harris Hal. There will be a short Cervice and address HELP IN DEVELOPING THE TROPICSe
conducted by Mr. Wood this noon in the Chapel at the Hall which will Ihgs
It would be to the advantabefollowed byalncheoi.hththaternoonna disbe followed by luncheon. In the afternoon a discussion group will be t
th ntdSaest tn ed not have to the same degtee. We
in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members held at 4:15. All students and those interested are cordially invited tai itha
ersit. Coy reeivc at he oficeof te Asistat to to atenh advice, men, and cap- are accustomed to think in square I p
ersity Copy received at the office of the Assistant to to attend tal the development of resources in miles, he said, while others thin t
it until 3:30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday. -tropical countries, said Prof. D. M. in acres.o
COMING EVENTS Matthews, of the Forestry school,
FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1932 No. 86 A day with the Automotive Industry Inspection Trip Schedule: in a radio talk yesterday over the --
--- --~-~~~ January 25, 1932 University broadcasting s t a t i o n.
NOTICES 7:45 A.M.-Leave Engineering Arch (G.M.C. Bus) Professor Matthews has spent 20
9:15A.M-M ~ a Oalan Motr Cmpan Oficeyears in the tropics. His work has
Exchange: The Regents at their meeting in March, 1927, 9:15 A.M.-Arriv at Oakland Motor Company 0111cc taken him particularly to the Phili-
arrangement for the sale of scientific apparatus by one Rear Axle Plant and Gear Cutting (I hour) ppines, Cuba, Brazil, and British
another, the proceeds of the sale to be .credited to the 10:15 A.M.-Arrive at New Plant North Borneo.
t of the department from which the apparatus is trans- 12:30 P.M.-Lunch (Courtesy of Oakland Motor Company) "Through the mistakes we have
2:00 P.M.-Arrive at G.M.C made and the experience we 'have
its having apparatus which is not!in active use are ad- 3:30 P.M.-Leave G.M.C. acquired in building up our own
lescriptions thereof to-the University ,ghemistry Store, of 5:00 P.M.-Arrive at Auto Show country," Professor Matthew said,
r R. J. Carney is Director. The Chemistry Store head- 8:10 P.M.-S.A.E. Meeting, Book Cadillac Hotel-"Crystal Ballroom" "we are in a better position to help'
iRoom 223 Chemistry building. An effort willbe made to Subject: "Electrons at Work and Play," by Dr. Phil. Thomas. direct the gwise utilization of the
atus to other departments which are likely to be able to "Theory of Engines and Fuels," by H. Horning, President of Wau- undeveloped resources of the south- Vanilla and I
atus~~~~~~~~~~~~~ail tanhrddatetswihar iey ob'bl oen mrcnstates than any other
ne instances the apparatus may be sent to tlYe University kesha Motor Company.enation. Mofover we have much
re on consignment, and, if it is not sold within a reason- ( 10:15 P.M.-Leave Book Cadillac Hotel. more reason to foster conservative,
rill be returned to the tlepartmentfrom which it was re- FREE TICKET TO AUTO SHOW well balanced prograss than has
bject of this arrangement is to promote economy by reduc- (Courtesy of the Society of Automotive Engineers) any European nation. These coun-
nt of unused apparatus. It is hoped that departments and . tries constitute our natural market Phone
pparatus will realize the advantage to themselves and to BUS TRANSPORTATION TO PONTIAC AND DETROIT in which both to buy and to sell.
in availing themselves,- of this opportunity. (Courtesy of General Motors Truck Co.) We cannpt develop either selling oar
i v n h vs h S hipporlemy . Smith. SEE,' buying tivities exclusively."
S W tie vPROFESSOR W. E. LAY 101 ENGINEERING ANNEX "If we can place our capital.suc-
School: Graduate students desiring to make their second - Ecessfully abroad in the hands and
ons inradvance may do so the week of Jan. 25. Please Beta Kappa Rho: There will be an informal dancing party at the under the direction of Americans,
iduatenschool ond ice for the necessary forms. The regular Women's Athletic building Saturday evening, Jan. 23, from 9 to 12. we can expect the economic friend-
cduae Shoo oficeforthenecesar foms.Thereglarship of countries where it serves to
riod for the second semester will be from February 10 develop the untouched sources of
tary15. G. Carl Huber, Dean. A Comprehensive Professional Examinatio in Education required by wealth. The buying power thus de-
ary__._the School of Education will be held on Saturday, Jan. 23, from 9 to 12 veloped will naturally turn in our
School: All graduate students who expect to complete in the Auditorium of the University High School. All undergraduates direction and we will benefit in two time
a degreeate the close of the present semester should cal who are candidates for the teachers certificate in February are required ways. First, by safeguarding ourtelha
af theGradat e coo, 1014 Anel Halltor check thei to take this examination. Graduate students who are taking their supplies of raw material, which we
secure the proper blank to be used in paying the diploma master's or doctor's degree are the only ones excused from this exam- must necessarily draw from abroad,
soudbepdrnotlterhankthefuswe eknpingtedpar. inatin C. O. Davis, Secretary, School of Education. and secondly by developing markets
7lould be paid not later than the first week in February. .__a__n.__'for our .own surplus production of reuel Kenyo
G. Carl Huber, Dean. grain and manufactured products.
{_____Liberal Student's Union, Sunday evening, Professor Carl D. LaRue The -Americans have developed a pijno4UE)
s for Teacher's Certificates: Blanks for the payment of will speak on "Humanism for' Empty Souls" Refreshments and dancing. pioneering technique, Prof. Mat-
ravtificate fee may now be secured at the Recorder's Unitarian Church. j the other p

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