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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETI
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all m
of the University. Copy received at the office of the Assis
the President until 3:30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday.

at 502 East Washington Street. This model is 20 feet long and mounted Dr. G. Carl Huber PETER DE PAOLO
on a special trailer. It will be explained by Peter Paolo, holder of the
IN all-time speed record on the Indianapolis Speedway. MINIATURE
(Continued From Page 4)
Lecture on Tool Engineering: As a part of Shop 7, Jig and Fixture
Lembers Design, the Department of Engineering Shop has scheduled a series of research demonstrations at the A champion racing driver will
tant to lectures to be given by a number of prominent engineers. The fourth of fair. operate and exhibit the "world's
this series is to be given this morning at 8 o'clock, by Professor 0. W. Like many other Michigan lead- most expensive toy" in Ann Arbor{
Boston, Director of the Department of Engineering Shop, in Room;
ers, Dr. Huber has not been satis- today as a result of arrangements
No. 119 1300 of the East Engineering building. His subject will be "Drilling and lied with reaching the top in his made with the Chrysler Motor co
Milling Processes." Members of the faculty, as well as local manufac-pdittahn by University atomotive
turers who are interested in this subject, are invited to attend. chosen profession but has enlarged porationbr ynd teHndomotve
- -his activities to included any phase engineers and the Hendee Motor
,,ne 14Ary, iSatasfnc

SILL EXHIBIT
TORY HERE TODAY
take it into every state in the
union.
The model is twenty feet long
and four feet wide. So completely
is the ft.ctory operation illustrated
that the little "pony" cars rut out
of the plant semingly under their
own power and onto a shipping

VOL. XLILI

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 1932
NOTICES

Umvcrsity Lecture: Dr. Neil E. Gordon, Professor of C
Johns Hopkins University, will lecture under the joint auspic
University and the American Chemical Society on the subj
Selection and Training of Chemists," Wednesday, March 23, atz
in Room 303 Chemistry building. The public is cordially invi

1 emzsr°yI Observatory Journal Club meets at 4:15 hrdy bevtr e feuaino ulcsrieb
,es t~ of the IYuleroosn. M. Orr'eMoher will review the article "cherches sur les! which he might aid his fellown .

ect Th'
4:15 p.m.,
ted,

Members of Thursday Group of Dean's Luncheon Club: On Thurs-
day, March 17, there wil be an important meeting of this Club. An
election of o ficers will ta-e place. It is hoped that both Freshmen who
have and thse who have not pledged Fraternities will be present. A very
interesting schedule of programs has been planned for the b:alance of
the semester. Will all w:.e Iers l)lease be pres.nt as appointments of
important committee poito; w"! tk, -plac at the fiolling meine .
Visitsrs Ni k .A a Obertry: Tie pubie iS invited to
visit the Angel Hall Observatory from 7 to 10 c'cliok tonight to observe
the moon. Children must bu accompanied by adults.
Educatin, Cass of 193: Senior due, Class of 19:32, Education, willI
be collected at the table in the lower corridor of the Elementary school
from 4 to 5 p.m., during the school weck of March 14-19 inclusive. Senior
Education students are urged to take advantage of this last opportunity
to pay their dues. Those whose senior dues are unpaid will not be able
to purchase commencement invitations and their names will not bel
included in the commencement programs sold by the chss committee.
Alice L. Niederstadt, Treasurer.
AUl Students interested in writing poetry are asked to meet in Room
225 A.H., at 4 o'clock, Thursday afternoon..
All Students interested in amateur movie photography and wishing
to form an informal organization on campus please call Boswell at 4747.
Robin Hood: Scripts and scores must be in by this noon at the Union
desk. If books are not returned by that time the holder will be charged
for them.
All Campus Bowling: All men students who wish to enter this tour-
nament must bowl before Saturday, March 19, at the Michigan Union.
Oratorical Ushers: Report at Hill Auditorium before 7:20 p.m., to-
night for the Sir Hubert Wilkins lecture.
CONCERT TODAY
Organ Recital by Palmer Christian, University organist, at 4:15
o'clock, inM Hill Auditorium.
ACADEMIC NOTICES
German Department: Regular monthly luncheon of the Department,
will take place today at 12:15 at the Michigan Union.
Psychology 31: Make-up for those who missed the experiments on
Temperature and Color will be held today, from 7 to 10 p.m.
Psychology 31: Last semester students who had incomplete labora-
tory note-books please report to Dr. Maier, Room 2125 N.S., this week. 1
German 158 and 208: Dr. Diekhoff will meet his classes today. j
Fiflth Freshmen Hygiene Lecture for Men, will be given in Waterman:
gymnasium, Thursday and Friday, March 17, and 18, at 3-4 and 5 p.m.;
This requirement includes all freshmen in the regular physical trainingt
classes, athletic squads and others that have been excused from these1
groups.t
Ch.E. 1 (J. C. Brier): Bluebook at 9 o'clock today, will be held in
Room 348 West Engineering bldg., instead of the regular lecture room.
Naval Aviation: All Flight Physical Examinations, by Lt. Com-
mander Jacksop at the Detroit Naval Armory, Must be completed not<
later than April 3. After taking Eye Exam., at the Health Service seer
Ensign i. H. Boys, Aeronautical Dept., for appointments and further
details. Naval Flight Training open only to Graduating Seniors.

V itesscs adiales dEnsembls des Etoiles" by a ineur. Tea at 3:45.
Research Club meets tonight, 3 p.m., Room 2528 East Medical bldg.
Frof. Camb:.i ll onner will present papers en "The Constellation Ophiu-
:us on Gnostic Amulet" and "The University's Share in a Great Find
of Ecclesiastical Manuscripts." Prof. A. E. White will speak on "Creep,'
A Charactsristic of Metals ci. Hig'h Temperatures." The Council will
meet at 7:30 p)m., in th: samne room.
Forestry Club meetiig tonigh , 7:30 p.m., Room 2039 Natural Science
bldg. Prof. D. M.. Mathews wl speak on "Optimism in Forestry."

He has not confined these activi-
ties to Michigan; his University has
merely served as a laboratory in
which they have been continued.
A. '.C.., me ting in Room 1213
xeast ngGnYe rig bldg. Vry im-
po;" 'an. Eectio1,i new members.
tiL 1. ',O P 'i atregu4ar ci ls.

Sir' ria,1, te a h'hat Wesioy HII .l. 1),.!ie ,herwiil !ca
niorrnginears: yMarch 18,is the last dny awhich dues
can be paid if you wi n to purchase invitations antd announcements. d
Representatives of the Finance Committee will be in the corridor over ifars Ha': Regular mild-week
the arch Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 0-12 and 1-2:30. student L uten service in the
-_':hap-' at Harris Hall at 12:15 fol-
Applied Mechanics Colloquium: Prof. S. Timoshenko will present a Lowed by ' incheo'I." The service
paper on "Stresses Due to Non-Uniform Heating. Prof. W. 0. Freyberg Iill be conducted by Miss Margaret
will review the current literature. The meeting is Thursday evening at Norton.
7:30 p.m., in Room 445 West Engineering building. Cess a- d Checker Cub meets in
he adCekrCumesn

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Peter De Paolo, present holder of platform ready to be packed into
Ithe high speed record for the Indi-,
anapolis speedway of 101.13 miles ;aitng freight cars.
per hour, which he set in winning The miniature presents such an
the annual 500-mile racing classic accurate idea of a working automo-
in 1925. is the driver, and his to,, le factory tnat it has been re-
- a miniature model of the DeSoto garded as educational, and Ann Ar-
uutombiele factory which vas con- h-r school children may be disi rs-
ktrace in 1931 by technical ex- ed from clas-ses early today in order_
ports at a total cost of Wo,000. to allow them to see it.
ntil 11 o'clock this morning the De Paolo will be the guest of the
nodel factory. which is mounted on Hendee Motor Sales company dur-
i trailer on the rear of a large ing his one-day visit in Ann Arbor
truck, will be exhibited by De Paolo and in addition to his talks explain-
lack of the West Engineering ang the model factory will answer
building. F,- te rest of the day questions which persons viewing it
t will be shown at 502 East Wash- may wish to ask.
nton street and the pubic is in-
vited to view it. EVans to Represent
Arra.gments have been mad iChiga' at Ceremony
by Prof. W. F. Lay of the automo - ''I P at er on
live engineering department t o
have De Paolo speak about his ex- Henry Oliver Evans, esq., A.B.'94,
ieriences while operating motors L.I.D. '96, former director of the
at high speeds before the lecture alumni asociation, is to represent
section in Mechanical Engineer- the University of Michigan at the
ing 3, which meets at 11 o'clock. inauguration of Dr. Ralph Cooper
The model au' omobile plant H utchison as president of Washing-
which Professor Lay termed one of ton and Jefferson college on April
the most amazing pieces of minia- 2 at Washington, Pa.
ture ever built, is absolutely com- Evans' father was a member of
plete and apparently turns out tiny the first class to graduate from
replicas of DeSoto automobiles aft- Washington and Jefferson after it
er having assembled them in ex- ; had assumed that name,
actly the same manner as they are-
produced. in the DeSoto factory. Creation of a state memorial
The "toy" was a sensation at me- park around the Alamo, Tetas
tropolitan automotive shows this shrine at San Antonio, will start
year and Ann Arbor is the first late this spring under present
scheduled stop on a tour which will plans.

EXHIBITION
An Exhibition of fabrics designed by American, French, and German
artists is hung in the corridor cases of the Architectural building. OpenI
daily from 9 to 5, except Sunday.
LECTURES TODAY
University Lecture at 4:15 p.m., Natural Science Auditorium. Prof.}
William A. Robson, Lecturer in Administrative Law, London School of}
Economics and Political Science: "The Crisis in Parliamentary Govern-
men t."
Fifth Lecture of the Cercle Francais at 4:15 o'clock, Room 103 R.L.
bldg. Dr. John Cloppet will speak on "L'Imperialisme Francais."
Lecture on Fur-Bearing Animals: Dr. J. E. Shillinger, in charge of
disease investigations in the U. S. Biological Survey, will give an illus-.
trated lecture on Fur-Bearing Animals and Their Management, in Room
2039 N.S. bldg., at 10 a.m. All members of the School of Forestry and
Conservation are expected to be present and others interested are invited.
EVENTS TODAY
Mathematical Tea in Room 3201 Angell Hall at 4 o'clock.
Aeronautical Society: An illustrated lecture will be given by Mr. J.
D. Piersol, aviation editor of the Detroit News, 7:30 p.m., Room 1042 East
Eng. bldg. His topic: "Personal Experiences With the Autogyro." Films
furnished by the Autogyro Corporation of America.
Society of Industrial Engineers meets at 7:30 p.m., Room 302, Union.
Mr. Harry Ford, Supervisor of Standards, and Mr. Van Poppelen, Vice-#
President in charge of Time Study of Detroit Chapter, S.I.E., and in
charge of manufacturing research, of Cadilac Motor Car Co., will lead a
joint discussion on "Time and Motion Studies, and their Uses."
All Freshmen Women Eligible for Freshman Pageant urged to come
to Barbour gym at either 3 or 4 o'clock today. This will be an oppor-
tunity for the present Freshmen to see the costumes, types of dances,
hear the music used last year, and offer suggestions for varying the
theme. Demonstrations and discussions will be very informal.
Phi Lambda Upsilon: Important meeting, 7:30 p.m., Room 303 Chem-
istry building. New members will be elected.
Phi Sigma: Mr. A. H. Smith, of the Botany Department, will speak
on "The Agarics Collected in the Vicinity of Rock River, Michigan,"
7:30 p.m., in Room 2116 N. S.
Pi Tan Pi Sigma: Meeting tonight for election of officers, Michigan
Union. Room posted.

Room 304 Michigan Union, at 7:30.
COMING EVENTS
Goethe Centenary Program: On
March 22 at 8:15 p.m., in Hill Au-
ditorium, the German Department,
with the co-operation of the School
of Music, will present a program in
commemoration of the hundredth
anniversary of the death of Johann
Wolfgang von Goethe. Members and
friends of the University are cor-
dially invited to attend.
National Association of Cost Ac-
countants, Detroit Chapter: Meet-
ing at Masonic Temple, Detroit,
Thursday, March 17, at 8 p.m. Re-
gent R. Perry Shorts will speak on
"Prosperities and Depressions."
Le Cercle Francais: Will meet on
Thursday, March 17, at 7:30 p.m., in
Room 408 R.L.
Senior Society: Regular meeting
Thursday, 7:30 p.m., Jordan Hall.
A Public Lecture, subject "Signs
of a New Age," wil be given at Lane
Hall, Thursday at 4:15, by Mrs.
Bertha Hyde Kirkpatrick. This lec-
ture is sponsored by the Baha'i
Study Group and will acquaint
those attending with the universal
principles of the Baha'i Movement.
The public is cordially invited.
St. Andrew's Church: The weekly
Lenten Service will be held Thurs-
day at 4:15. The subject will be
"Religion and Suggestion."

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A.I.C.E, Student Branch will meet on Thursday, March 17, at 7:30 ____ -
p.m., in Room 3201 East Engineering bldg. The speaker will be Mr. University Girl's Club: Regular meeting in the Committee room at1
Harvey M. Merker of Parke, Davis and Company, Detroit, on "The 7:30 p.m. Please return all Robin Hood music at this time.
Chemical Engineer of the Pharmaceutical and Biological Laboratories."
Two reels of film will be shown. All chemical engineering students arc Frosh Frolic meeting, Room 306 Union at 8:30. All members must be
invited to attend. present.
Chenmical Engineering Seminar: Mr. Norman G-. Roth will b- th Cmedy Cub trycuts in Lydia Mendelssohn theatre at 3 o'clock.
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neer g bu din hesubject, "Investigation of Effects of Distortion
anid Creep in Steel with X-Rays."
Students Interesd in Automotiv Engineering and Factory Man-
ageient: A scale model of the DeSoto factory will be exhibited east of
the Library from 9 a.m., to 9:30 a.m., today and for the rest of the day

A4n Orart rical A ssociation Presenition

TON, IGHT
8P.M.
HILL AUDITORIUM
Captain
Siir Hubert
Speaking on and Illustrating-
"By Submarine to the Polar
Regions"
Admission $1.00
Tickets mayb esecured today in room 3211 Angell Hall,
Tonight at Hill Auditorium Box Office.

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