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Le Cercle Francais meets at 7:30
DA -Y FFp.m., in Room 408 R.L.
SDAILY OFFICI"AL BULLET'INA Public Lective, subject, "Signs:
Iof a New Age," will be given at
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members Lane Hall, at 4:15 p.m., by Mrs.
of the University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to t ye is sponsored by the l3aha'i
the President until 3:30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday- Study Groa and will acquaint
those attending with the universal
VOL XI. THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1932 No. 120 principles of the Baha'i Movement.
x+- . -_-- z_-_- The public is cordially invited.
NOTICES Members of Youngstown Michi-
F~oreig-ngn Students: The annual "Spring Trip" to Battle Creek 1an Club: Important meeting at
n :a,1oom 302 in the Union. Many im-F
Ka:lmazoo, Grand Rapids, Lansing, and Jackson will occur this year portant changes are to be discuss-
fim April 11 to 15. An opportunity to visit several large industrial ed.
plants, public works, business clubs, and educational institutions, is open_ _
to any foreign student until the quota of twenty has been filled. In- St. Andrew' Church: Mid-week
formation concerning, and reservations for, the trip may be secured Lenten service in the Church at
in Room 302, University Hall, Mondays, 4-5, Tuesdays, 4-5, Wednesdays, 4:13, "Religion and the Whol,
5-6, and Thursdays, 2-3, until March 25. Man." Mr. Lewis will speak thisr
_ -__jweek on "Religion ac d our Left-
over Energy."t
The Taning of t Shrew: A few tickets for Play Production's __9
presentation of the Taming of the Shrew may still be had by applying Senior Society: Regular meetingc
to the box office of the Laboratory Theatre. Performances Friday 7:30 p.m., at Jordan Hall. All ab-a
through Wednesday. sences must be excused.e

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Article by Bromage 3
Appears in Review
Legislative Liberality of State
Acounts for flome Rule.
Fourteen Signed for Geography
Credt inSu er Feld"thous ; rule in Michigan exists
eToinu mmofEsby legislative liberality rather than
Tour of East. by direct constitutional grant,"
Interest in the geographical field writes Prof. Arthur W. Bromabe,
^ourses to be given this summer in of the political science department,
Kentucky has been aroused earlier in his article entitled "What Muni-
-han is usual, Prof. Preston E. cipal Home Rule Means Today," ap- I
James, of the geography depart- pearing as the third of series treat-
ment, said yesterday. About four- ing on home rule in various states
een students have already signified of the union in the current issue
heir intention to take the 'work, of the National Municipal Review.i
ven though a public announce- In tracing the history of courtI
ment has not yet been made. decisionis which have resultzd in
The tour is jointly sponsored by the present order, Professor Bro-
the departments of geography and mage says, "The three strands
geology. This year the program in- which integrate the web of decis-
eludes four weeks of camp work ions by the Michigan supreme court
and an extensive trip through the in interpreting the home rule act
cast. The camp is scenically lo- are Dillon's familiar rules of ex-
Bated at Mill Springs, Ky., where press, necessarily implied for inci-
the geographers will make an in- dental, and essential powers."
tensive study of soil and land:
forms of contrasted environment. Guthrie, Okla., post of the
The eastern tour will be recon- American Legion has an unofficial
naissance work, including city stud- humorist named Tony Boloney.
es in Bir min g h a m, Atlanta -_----
Charleston, Richmond, and Wash-
ngton, D. C. The party will break! -- - -
up on July 30 at Washington. /F'L 'I I

To Aid Windy City

Although 33,400 people were kill-
ed in automobile accidents last
I ycor, the Travellers Insurance com-
pary paid a larger sui in bone-
t}fits for accidents in and about the
$ home than they did for accidents
to pedestrians on our streets and
highways, according to Gordon L.
Jensen, instructor in mnechanic.l
engineering, who discussed "Acci-
dent Prevention in the Home" yes-
terday afternoon over the Univer-
sity broadcasting station.
There are tools used in spring
house cleaning that cause many
accidents, said Jensen. Some of
the more common injuries occur
Associated Press Photo from loose rungs of ladders, and
unsound ax handles.
J. L. Jacobs, Chicago's "Efficiency Cleaning with inflammable liq-
Expert,' who has been named tax . uids frequently results in serious
assessor for Cook County. injuries, also, continued Jensen.

Studenis wisbing to sign application blanks for Camp employment
for the coning summer may do so now at Lane Hall. This does not

Freshmcn Girls' Glee Club: Im-
portant meetin tonight at 7:30.

Men in Education: The second of,
All Campus Bowling: All men students who wish to enter this tour- our series of open forums will be
nament must bowl before Saturday, March 19, at the Michigan Union. held next Tuesday evening at the
Michigan Union. The subject will
ACADEMIC NOTICES be "Educational Effects of the De-
English 160: Friday morning, March 18, Mr. Price's class will meet M"speaers will be Dr. G. E. Carroth
In University Mall, Room 206. ers and Dr. W. H. Congdon of the,
Department of High School Inspee-
Forestry 31 (L. J. Young) will not meet on Friday, March 18. (ion. All men who are planning, to
teach or do administrative work in
Psychology 31: Last semester students who had incomplete labora- the public schools are cordially in-
tory note-books please report to Dr. Maier, Room 2125 N.S., this week. vited.
Phi Delta Kappa luncheon meet-
Observatory Journal Club meets at 4:15 today, Observatory lee- ingatteMcppan unionmSat-
ture room. Mr. Orren Mohler will review the article "Recherches sur les day, at 1the Michigan Union, Sature
Vitesses Radiales d'Ensembles des Etoiles" by Mineur. Tea at 3:45. School of pMusicwill. A. Sink, of the
. 100o usi willbe the speaker.
All members are cordially invited,
Applied Mechanics Colloquium: Prof. S. Timoshenko will present a especially any who may be attend-
paper on "Stresses Due to Non-Uniform Heating," today at 7:30 p.m., ing the meetings of the Michigan
in Room 445 West Engineering building. Prof. W. O. Freyberg will review Academy.
the current literature. __Episcopal Students: "Mariner's





Carleton Co-eds MustI
Wear Campus Mittens
(S5pecial to The Daily)j
NORTHFIELD, Minn., March 16.
-At Carleton college first year co-
eds as well as first year men are
forced to advertise their inferiority
to upper classmen. It would be
unreasonable to expect the fresh-
men co-eds to hide their crowning
glory beneath a "pot," but there is
no reasonable objection to their
appearing on the Carleton campus
with mittened hands. The student
organizations must work overtime
with a mitten wearing, as well as
a "pot" wearing rule to enforce.

HODGEMAN-LANGE-Handbook of Chemistry and Physics $2.75
MEADE-The Chemists Pocket Manual $5.00
GILMAN-Inorganic Reactions ......$3.00
PATTERSON-German-English Dictionary for Chemists,.......$2.50
PATTERSON-French-English Dictionary for Chemists $3.00



University Lecture: At 4:15 p.m., in Natural Science Auditorium.
Professor Robert H. Lowie, of the University of California: "The Family
as a Social Unit."
Exhibition of Etchings and Dry Points of Four Centuries, under'the
auspices of the Division of Fine Arts, is open week days from 9 until 5,
Sundays from 1:30 until 5, in the North and South Galleries, Alumni
Memorial Hall. The exhibition closes March 23.
Theosophical Society meets at 8 p.m., in the Chapel of the League.
The discussion will be led by Dr. Jiminez on the first Chapter of Dre.
Leasant's "Ancient Wisdom." Visitors always welcome.

Hop" Friday night at Harris Hall
from 9 to 1. Cabaret and refresh-
ments. The p~roceeds of the dance
will go to the Student Lenten Offer-
ing for the Mariner's Mission, De-
troit, for its unemployment relief.
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."
Comedy Club meeting fronm 3 to 5
this afternoon in the Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre.


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