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February 25, 1932 - Image 8

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Publication in the Buhetin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received at the office of the Assistan$ to
the President until 3:30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday.
University Loan Committee: The Loan Commgittee will meet on Fri-
day, Feb. 26, at 1:30 p.m., in Rdom 2, University Hall. Students who have
Bled applications With the'{Office of the Dean of Students should call at
that office for an appointment with the Committee.,
J. A. Bursley, Chairman.
Hopwood Writing Contest for Freshmen: Contestants who did not,
win prizes may call for their manuscriptstoday and Friday (Feb..25,
26), in the English Office.
Bronson-Thoms PFize in German (Value about $50.00)-open to
all undergraduate students in German-will be awarded on results of:
(a) Essay in German on the following subject: "The Influence of the
Strasburg Period on Goethe"-to be prepared extra-murally and handed
in on or before Thursday, April 21, 1932; (b) an examination to be held!
on Thursday, April 21, 1932, and ccnsisting of questions on Goethe's life

Countess Alexandra Tolstoy: At 8 p.m., Countess Alexandra Tolstoy,
the youngest daughter and secretary to Leo Tolstoy wilj lecture in Hill
Auditorium on "Tolstoy and the Russian Revolution." Tickets are on
sale at Wahr's bookstores and in the Women's League building.
Dr. Hans Tietze, Professor of the Fine Arts, University of Vienna,
will give an illustrated lecture oh "Albrecht Durer, the Greatest German
Artist," this afternoon at 4:15, in Alumni Memorial Hall, under the
auspices of the Ann Arbor Art Association.
English 261 (E. L. Griggs): This course will meet from 3-5 in Room
403 Library.
Observatory Journal Club meets at 4:15. Dr. Heber D. Curtis will}
discuss the Potsdam eclipse results on the deflection of light at the
sun's limb. Tea will be served ab 3:45.
Scabbard and Blade meeting, Room 203 Engineering Annex at 7:15
p.m. Pictures from camp, and rushing discussion.

Engineering Council: Meeting, Michigan Union, at 7:30 p.m.



University Symphony Orchestra: Important full rehearsal Thursday
and Friday.
Senior Ball Committee meeting tonight at 7:30 o'clock in the Union.

in t

__L-. - ,_, '_.-- - -- - Latin American Students: Tickets for the Society banquet on Friday
[works up to 1775. Names of intending candidates should be handed
o r uh p of175h NaGerma n paten ,ca md2dtssh uldbeniversity Hall. may be purchased from, Mr. A. A. Plard. Phone 4837. Meeting tonight
o the office of the German Dpartment, Room 204 Uat 3:15 p.m., 610 Forest.
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information: Robin Hood: Rehearsal for principles at 3 o'clock, Room 316 at the
;istration for all those interested in securing permanent positions Union. Entire company will meet at 7:30 o'clock in Room 316.
cept teaching), will be held at the following hours in Room 2b)5, -
son Hall: Friday, Feb. 26, 2 p.m.; Monday, Feb. 29, 2 p.m.; Tuesday, A public talk is announced by the Baha'i Study Group at 4!15, at
ch 1, 4 p.m. Lane Hal on the Subject: Some Guiding Principles for a New Sodial
Order. This lecture is given by Mrs. Bertha Hyde Kirkpatrick and
Uni'versity Bureau off Appointments and Occupational Information: offers an opportunity for those not familiar with the Baha'i cause to
students registered for teaching positions will please call at the office learn about this world-Wide movement in the interests of peace, a uni-
fill in Location Blanks for the second semester. Office hours, 8 to 12 versal religion and a just social order. There will be an opportunity for
1:30 to 5 questions and discussion.

CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Feb. 24.-(AP)
--The first extensive measurements
of the sizes of fog particles have,
been announced by the Massachu-
setts Institute of Technology.
These measurements, never before
obtained, may reveal some new pos-
sibilities in the use of colors to ren-
der signals visible at greater dis-
tances in fogs:
The particles are from two twen-
ty-five hundredths of an inch in
diameter down to one twenty-five
The smallest are only a little
greater in diameter than the wave
length of red light.
In scientific measure they are
from one to 20 microns.
Fog Particles 'Trapped*.
They are measured much like
stars in a night sky by a microscope
arranged by Henry G. Houghton, at
the institute's Round Hill experi-
mental station on the estate of Col.
E. H. R. Green.
This microscope focuses on a flat
glass side across which the fog
drifts. Slightly greased, the glass
slir'rsace catches the particles ads fly
paper traps insects.
On the glass are ruled fine lines
of the micron scale. The light is so
S'-ed tnat it illuminates the fog
and the scale but leaves the glass
Like Moons and Stars.
The effect is like having a night
sky ruled with lines (the magnified
Tolstoy Luncheon: The Tolstdy
League is arranging a luncheon for
Countess A. Tolstoy Friday, Feb. 26,
at 12:15, in the Russian Tea Room
of the Women's League. Tickets are
to be obtained at the main desk in
the Women's League and should be
bought as early as' possible as there.
is only limited room.
Monday, Feb. 29, at 4:15 the Tols-
toy League wil conduct a meeting
under the chairmanship of Prof.
E. R. Sunderland in Natural Science
Auditorium. Motion pictures of the,
League of Nations work and of the
origin of the Kelogg Peace Pact.
will be shown; Dr. Onderdonk and
Mr. Quaraishi will speak on the
Shanghai war.

micron scale) and sprinkled with
moons of various sizes and big, fat
The diameters are read at a
glance by looking at the lines on or
between which the star-like fog
droplets lie.
One hundred or more fog parti-
cles can be measured in 10 minutes.
It is found that every fog has
particles of many sizes, but that
one size usually predominates. This
predominant size, however, changes
with different fogs.
Light Pen'etration Varies.
As the particles increase in size
the best light transmission shifts
more and more to red. In fogs of
very small particles green light is
In the majority of fogs it has
been found that colored lights have
no appreciable advantages as re-
gards fog-penetration.
Fog cannot form in perfedtly
clear air. There must be particles
of some sort upon which the mois-
ture can gather. These particles
are dust of various kinds.
Most sea fogs are caused by in-
visible grains of salt whipped into
the air from spray -particles so
fine that opce free of the water
they float in air indefinitely.
Strangely enough, humidity in
fogs is not always 100 per cent.
There is one reading of 90 per cent
during a Round Hill fog.
Television Received
on Speeding Express
IONDON, Feb. 24-(iP)-Television:
re:eption on a speeding express
train has been attempted success-
, A television receiver was installed
on one of the fast British trains
and the normal broadcast through
the Brookmans Park B. B4 C. sta-
tion was tuned in.
Images were reproduced almost
as-well as under normal conditions.
At times the train reached a speed
of 70 miles per hour.

as Marshal.

MAGDEBURG. Geribany, Feb. 24.
-(A')-A new figure has appeared
among the "generals" of Germany's
militant organisations and in him
staunch republicans believe they
have found a match for the mili-
taht fascist leader, Adolf Hitler.
He is Karl Hoeltermann, new
head of Germany's vast republican
"army of peace," the reichsbanner.
He* is a powerful factor, too, in
the "Iron Front," the movement de-
signed to pep up republican ranks
and recruit a reserve force for the
"schufo," or reichsbanner "storm
Hoeltermann's task is primarily)
that of "field marshal." The politi-
cal end is attended to by repub-
licans like Paul Loee, president of
the reichstag, Rudolbh Breitscheid,
and others already prominent in
public life.
Thus Hoeltermann will not have
to pithis oratorical powers against
Hitler's. But he wasn't picked for
speechmaking, and if Herr Hitler's
strength is oratory Hopltermann's
is silence. His North German re-
serve suggests inner certainty and
Unlike Hitler, too, he disdaines
all outer trappings; his quiet man-
ner is a reflection of the feeling
that intellectual conviction is more
decisive a factor in a man's make-
.up than emotional response.
Indeed, Hoeltermann described
himself and his movement as "con-
servative," saying:
"Human nature is fundamentally
conservative. People don't wanlt
fights or wars. They're generally
herded into them.
"The ccinservative elements of
the republican movement are the
basis of our strength.

Karl Hoeltermann New Lea
of German Republicans



6 ~*
Psychology 222 (Seminar in. the Psychology of Reasoning) will not
et today. W. B. Pillsbury.
Mr. Johnston's Section of Education B20 will not meet today. Stu-
its are requested to go on with assignments outlined in the syllabus.
English 183: Students who were enrolled in English 183 last semestera
tare not continuing with English 184 may obtain their reading notes
the English Office. L. A. Strauss.
Anthropology 32, Discussion Sections: Section 5 at 9 will meet in 2054
tural Science; Section 6 at 10 will meet in 3217 Angell Hall; Section 7
11 will meet in 1020 Angell Hall.

St. Andrew's Church: Mid-Week Lenten Service at 4:15 in the
Church. The Reverend Henry Lewis will speak particularly on "Reli-
gion and Fatigue."
Students enrolled in Chemistry 65 will meet for the weekly quiz and
discussion period according to the laboratory section in which they are
enrolled. Sec. I' (Mon.-Fri.) Friday 1 p.m., Room 122; Sec. II (Tu.-Th.)
Thursday 1 p.m., Room 464; Sec. III (Wed.-Sat.) Saturday 8 a.m.,
Room 151.
Candidates for the Degree of Master of Arts in English who began
their Graduate work at the beginning of the present semester should

iiarial Examinations: Review classes for students taking actuarial
ations next April will be held as follows: Part I-Fridays at 3;a
-Wednesdays at 4. Classes will be held in Room 3011 Angell Hall.
Women who like to write and are interested in becoming mem-
Black Quill may submit manuscripts for tryout. Place material
: Martha Cook before March 7. For further information call 5096.
Jean Cowden, Secretary-Treasurer.

register in English- 294 (Bibliography and Methods of Research) and Zion and Trinity Lutheran Stu-
attend the next mgeting of the course at tlee o'clock on Friday, Feb. dents: There will be a hay ride
26, in Room 2219 A.H. W. G. Rice. party Friday night. Meet at Zion
Iparish hall at 7:45 ph.
Philosophy 31: Make-up examination Wednesday, March 2, at 3
p.m., in Room 202 S.W. Young People's Society of Churchs
of Christ will entertain members
Landscape Club: Brief meeting at 4:15 Friday, Feb. 26, Room 403 and guests at anarty to be given at
LanTsand Cu:Bief. meeina41the Church, Hill and Tappan Sts
S.W. Tea and discussion. StsQon Saturday, Feb. 27, at 8 p.m.
lb 't


lunen Girl's Glee Club: ue
in Hood rehearsals there ill
more meetings until Mar.17.
153 will meet on M, 3-5 and
in 401 Lib.
All Campus Bowling tourna-
sponsored by the Intramural
Department will bd started
9. Entries close March 4.
es will be run in both singles
oubles. All men students in-
d should sign up at Intra-
bldg., or at the bowling alleys
Michigan Union.
ral UnionnUshers: Those who
to do so may usher at the
ess Tolstoy lecture at Hill Au-
m this evening. Report as
at 7:30.

fri~day and saturday

Leal Society

will not

:nts will be admitted to the
ng meet in the Intramural
n Saturday, at 7 p.m., upon
ation of 25 cents and their
cation card; otherwise the
is 75 cents.
man Finance Committee:
e members of this commit-
have not already turned in
ports do so as soon as pos-

another of those popular
from 9 till 1
with music by the
and their station WXYZ orchestra
Don Hughes
at the
The Michigan League
Cabaret Service a Regular Feature

"anthony & anna

lydia mendelssohn theatre


comedy club's
presen tation

"a comedylof bad manners"





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50c- and 15c

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A New Supply of the,

for reservations

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Second-Hand Books Bought and Sold

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