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THE MICHIGAN .DAILY''

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N OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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Papers
Will Speak Tonight

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ae University.
President until

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

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FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1932

No. 121

NOTICES
Foreign Men Students: The annual "Spring Trip" to Battle Creek,
alamazoo, Grand Rapids, Lansing, and Jackson will occur this year
om April 11 to 15. An opportunity to visit several large industria]
ants, public works, business clubs, and educational institutions, is open
any foreign student until the quota of twenty has been filled. In-
rmation concerning, and reservations for, the trip may be secured
Room 302, University Hall, Mondays, 4-5, Tuesdays, 4-5, Wednesdays,
6, and Thursdays, 2-3, until March 25.
Senior Engineers are advised not to order their caps and gowns until
e new caps and gowns left as a memorial by last year's Senior class
e made available by the Committee. Treasurer's receipt for class dues
necessary for reduced rental fee. Class dues must be paid today.
The Taming of the Shrew: A few tickets for Play Production's
esentation of the Taming of the Shrew may still be had by applying
the box office of the Laboratory Theatre. Performances Friday
rough Wednesday.
Students wishing to sign application blanks for Camp employment
r the coming summer may do so now at Lane Hall. This does not
arantee employment.
All Students interested in amateur movie photography and wishing
form an informal organization on the campus please call Boswell
4747.
ACADEMIC NOTICES
Psychology 31: Last semester students who had incomplete labora-
ry note-books please report to Dr. Maier, Room 2125 N.S., this week.
English 160: Mr. Price's class will meet in University Hall, Room 206,c
is morning.l
Forestry 31 (L. J. Young) will not meet today.t
EVENTS TODAY
History and Political Science Section of the Michigan Academy ofl
ence, Arts, and Letters meets at 2:30 p.m., in Room 1035 A.H.

(Continued From Page 1) 'instinctive form of organization It was observed that during a
human race, Professor Lowie point- that was inherent in man, but that time when the expanding shoots of
e oextthanothngismnswpradboes-recently he had come to believe foliage are scarce and the number
the sex behavior of man's predeces- that the natural and primeval state of worms consequently diminishes,
He pointed out, however, that as of man was based on promiscuity the ratio of male and female in-:
He pote o ut, however, ha and that marriage had only been sects changes sharply. Normally
a result of his researches he is con-developed as a social and economic the ratio is about 50 per cent male
pre-historic man was totally pro- necessity. and 50 per cent female, but when
miscuous in his sex behavior. Three courses of observation were feed was scarce it was found that
'No Parental Instinct." undertaken, acording to Professor there were often as few as from 10
"There is no parental instinct. It Graham. Foresters followed the to 25 per cent females.
would be impossible for a man to course of the budworm outbreak, With regard to suggestions for
identify his children by instinct which they found to be periodic, the future checking of the spread
alone," Professor Lowie declarcd raging for a period of several years, of the budworm, Professor Graham
The sociological relation of a man and then dying down, only to break indicated that operations have not
to a child is the important relation out again with a rapid increase of1 yet been carried out with sufficient
he said. So long as the child has a the number of defoliated trees. thoroughness to warrant any defi-
man at the head of the family, it Secondly, the effect of the worm nite conclusions. His one suggestion
man I on the trees was observed, and fin- was that, by removing over-mature
the father of the child. ally considerable work was done timber from forest areas, foresters
"Every society, no -matter how in investigating various means of could, in some degree, control the
primitive, that exists today makes checking the insect. spread of the insect by allowing
the distinction between mere co- The current budworin epidemic only healthy, strong trees remain.
habitation and marriage," Prof. cycle is at its height in Michigan at Hinsdale to Speak.
tion based upon mariage is univer the present time, it was found, and Among the most important of
Lowie said. "The family organ- indications pointed to a decrease the papers to be read in the section
ization based upon marriage is in the damage done during the meetings today is one entitled
universal today among men. It is summer of 1932. So severe has the "Food and Population Distribution
common to the highest civilizations attack been during the past several in Michigan," by Dr. Wilbert B.
and the rudest tribes." seasons that the stand of jack-pine Hinsdale, president of the society.
In conclusion, it was pointed out in the Higgins lake area has been Dr. Hinsdale is also professor emer-
that Professor Lowie had originally virtually destroyed. itus of the theory and practice of
believed that marriage was an Two Factors Found. teaching, as well as the associate
Two factors were found that con- in charge of the Great Lakes divi-
Goethe Centenary Program: On tribute to the extermination of the sion of the museum of anthropol-
March 22 at 8:15 p.m., in Hill Au- insect. One, and apparently the ogy.
ditorium, the German Department, more important, is the high degree Also on the program of the acad-
with the co-operation of the School of parasitism found among bud- emy today is a paper by Prof. Jesse
of Music, will present a program in worms. It has been found that as S. Reeves, entitled "The Contest
English in commemoration of the many as 80 to 90 per cent of the Over the Chaco," in which Profes-
hundredth anniversary of the death larvae are destroyed by parasites in sor Reeves will discuss the political
of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. certain districts. aspects of Bolivia and Paraguay.
Members and friends of the Uni- The presence of resin on pines The address is to be given at 4:15
versity are cordially invited to at- checks the spread of the insect to o'clock in Natural Science auditor-
tend. a considerable degree also. Since ium.
the Scotch pine is less resinous I All sections of the academy will
Men in Education: The second of than the jack-pine it has been gather tonight at 6:30 o'clock in
our series of open forums will be found to suffer acutely, although in the Union for the annual dinner,
held next Tuesday evening at the certain cases individual trees were while the presidential address, by
Michigan Union. The subject will found to be untouched because of Dr. Hinsdale, will take place at 7:30
be "Educational Effects of the De- the lateness of their bud develop- o'clock in the Union. The address
pression in Michigan Schools." The ment in the spring. is entitled "Tecumseh's Illusions."
speakers will be Dr. G. E. Carroth- - ---
ers and Dr. W H Congdon of the

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CLASS A
Delta Kappa Epsilon 10, Tri-
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Theta Chi 23, Lamda Chi Al-
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CLASS B

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Kappa Nu 17, Sigma Chi 4.
Delta Upsilon 17, Alpha Sigma
Phi 7.
INDEPENDENTS
Falcons 36, Tops 16.
Physical Eds 13, Wanderers 7.

Mrs. William G. Brown will give
an illustrated lecture on "Historic
Washington" at 8 o'clock tonight
in the hill auditorium.

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Band Men Attention: Rehearsal of the entire band at 5 o'clock in
'ts Hall. All students interested in the concert band are requested
ttend, as there will be additional tryouts for new men at this time.
1 are especially needed to complete the French-horn, baritone, bass,
drum sections.
Spanish Plays: Second try-outs will be held at 4, Room 403, R.L.
COMING EVENTS
Athena Members: Tryouts for the debate with Zeta Phi Eta will be
1 at the meeting Tuesday, March 22. Each member will present a
e minute speech on the Affirmative side of the question: Resolved:
t social fraternities and sororities at the U. of M. should be abol-
d. A short business meeting will be held.
Craftsmen: Meeting Saturday, March 19, 7:30 p.m., Masonic Temple.
cial rehearsal for Alma trip.
Lutheran Student Club meeting in Zion Lutheran Parish Hall, Sun-
at 5:30 p.m. Rev. Henry Yoder, Lutheran Student Pastor, will speak
Duty, Conflict and Conquest."

tiai 41NA L/ . . A . %. 1u v 1 V a1
Department of High School Inspec-
tion. All men who are planning to
teach or do administrative work in
the public schools are cordially in-
vited.
Phi Delta Kappa luncheon meet-
ing at the Michigan Union, Satur-
day, at 1 p.m. Dr. C. A. Sink, of the
School of Music will be the speaker.
All members are cordially invited,
especially any who may be attend-
ing the meetings of the Michigan
Academy.
Liberal Students' Union: Sunday,
7:30 p.m., Professor William Clark
Trow of the School of Education
will speak on "Should Educational
Psychology go Social?" Unitarian
Church.

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