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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

tipervisor Of
Eisgah Forests
To Visit City,
A. Mattoon To Address1
knd Confer With Those
Interested In Forestry
1. A. Mattoon, supervisor of Pis-
National Forest, will come here
iorrow to spend several days
aking to and conferring with for-
y students and others interested
the subjects of fire control, tim-
and wild life management, rec-
tion, and other forest uses.
'he visit will be made as part of
policy of the U. S. Forest Service,
ch sends forest supervisors to
various schools each year in order
acquaint students with its activi-
Mr. Mattoon will be one of the
t supervisors to come here from
eastern forest preserve, and will
loubtedly present a different angle
he work, according to Prof. Rob-
Craig, Jr., of the forestry school.
'orestry Club will hear Mr. Mat-
a at its meeting Wednesday eve-
g. Four public lectures will be1
m at 9 and 11 a. m. Thursday and
iay, all in room 2039 Natural
ence Building. Classes in the
tool of Forestry and Conservation
. be dismissed at these hours.
tudents and others wishing to
ter with Mr. Mattoon will be able
see him each afternoon through
iay and also Saturday morning in
mn 2046 Natural Science Building.
iiversity Library NoW
Contains 800,000 Books
)ver 800,000 books are now on the
Ives of the University Library, a
cnt count shws.
ince the establishment of the li-
'y in 1837 at Ann Arbor, the num-
of books has increased 226 times,
ord ilg to the latest figures. Last
.r alone 39,765 additions were
dc to the library.
n 1838 the first large purchase
books for the new library was
de in Europe by Dr. Asa Gray,
famotus botanist.
?he General Library contains over
f of the 839,338 books and some
,000 pamphlets on the shelves of
other University libraries. The
library, which ranks second in
e, contains over 95,000 volumes.
UOPWOOD AWARDS SOON
Vinners in the Writing Contest
Freshmen, a division of the Avery
I Jule Hopwood Awards, will be
oinced next week, according to.
f. Erich A. Walters, a member ofj
committee on the freshman

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 2)
7 30 p.m in Room 1139 N.S. Papers
by Dr. Baxter, Floyd Otter, Theodore
Coile, Robert Cockrell, and Koloman
Lehotsky. All interested are cordially
invited.
Graduate Club in Educatiio: The
February meeting will be held in the
library of the University Elementary
School promptly at 7:30 p. m.
Lawrence L. Musser and Francis
W. Dalton will review their theses for
the Master's degree. The meeting
should be of special interest to can-
didates for the Master's degree inj
Education. .
Athena: Short business meeting at
7:00 in the Athena room.
Alpha Nu meets in Alpha Nu room,
fourth floor Angell Hall, at 7:30. Dis-
cussion of University of Chicago. edu-
cational system to be led by Walter
Bury. All members expected to be
present and those interested are cor-
dially invited to attend.
Tau Beta Pi: Dinner at Michigan
Union at 6:15. Especially important
meeting and everyone is requested
to be present. Prof. Hoad will de-
liver the address.
Eta Sigma Phi meets at 7:45 at the
League, lounge 1. E. S. McCartney
will speak on "The Influence of An-
cient Superstition on Our English
Vocabulary."
Mu Phi Epsilon: Special meeting
8:00 p. m. at the League.
Sigma Delta Chi: Regular lunch-
eon meeting in the Union at noon
today.
Gargoyle Business Staff meeting at
3:30.
Zeta Phi Eta: Important meeting
of all actives and pledges in chapter

room at 7:30 p. m. Discussion of con-
vention plans, and further plans for
plays.
Michiganensian Editorial Staff:
Tryouts and eligible freshmen inter-
ested in trying out for the editorial
staff report to the Press Building at
three o'clock.-

in Room 348, West Engineering
Building. All members must be pres-
ent for instructions and new flying.
groups will be formed. Anyone not.
completely paid up will please bring
the necessary money with them to
the nieeting. Flying will start on
Thursday, Feb. 16.

Dr. A. W. Beaven, president of the
Council of Religion meets at 4:15 Colgate-Rochester Divinity School,
In Lane Hall. will be in Ann Arbor Wednesday,
February 15, and will meet with all
Christian Science Orgarnzation who are interested in religious work
meets at eight o'clock this evening of any kind in Lanc Hall at 3 o'clock.
in the chapel of the Michigan build-
ing. All faculty and students inter- Varsity Glee Club: Important spe-
ested are invited to attend. cial rehearsal Wednesday, February
15, 7:30 p. m., for Wilson theatre en-
Hillel Players meeting 7:15 at gagement Friday evening. Unless an-
Foundaioita NewJmembers i-bei nounced later, there will be no re-

Kitche Talen, Good Plans For Spring Parley to insure a repetition of it this year.
. m IAlthough a definite program has not
Looks, Mate Requisite ho oBe Discussed Today yet been decided upon, it was under-
PALO ALTO, Cal., Feb. 13.-(Spe- Plans for the continuation of the thetsociology department, would b
cial)-Kitchen talent and good looks spring parley, inaugurated last April, the main speaker.
are the chief requisites for the "per- will be discussed at a meeting of the Last year's parley, which was spon-
feet mate" at Stanford University. committee to be held at 7:30 p. m. sored by several student leaders, had
Intellect is not so important as these. ' today in the League. as a subject "Concepts of Freedom."
This fact was brought out in a This committee was appointed at The subject for the next parley has
the meeting of the parley last year not yet been announced.
survey published by the Stanford ___ ____________________
Daily recently. It indicated that °- :=-E
students wanted beauty first, cookingS
second, and intellect third.
One girl wanted a man who can
really cook. Another asked for "an
angel with a devil's smile."
Business valued at more than $47,-
000,000 was reported by United
States exporters to the bureau of
foreign and domestic commerce as
direct results of the trade promo-

voted upon. Plans for spring play
to be announced.
COMING EVENTS
Research Club: The February meet-
ing will be held Wednesday, Feb. 15,
Room 2528 East Medical Building.
Program. The Far Infra-Red--its
D e v e 1 o p m e n t and Significance.
Prof. H. M. Randall.
A Study in the Determination of
Regional Limits in an Illinois Prairie.
Prof. S. D. Dodge.
The Council will meet at 7:30 p. m.
Chemistry Colloquium: Wednesday,
February 15, at 4:00 p. m., Room 303
Chemistry Building.
Speaker: Dr. J. Gilbert Malone.
Subject: The Ionic Nature and
Dipole Moment of Covalent Bonds.
German Department: M o n t h 1y
luncheon on Wednesday, February
15, at 12:15 in the Michigan League,
Main Dining Room.
Forcstry Club: Meeting Wednes-
day, Feb. 15, at 7:30 in 2039 N.S. Su-
pervisor M. A. Mattoon of the Pisgah
National Forest will speak. Refresh-
ments.
Quarterdeck Society will meet in
Room 340 West Engineering Bldg.
Wednesday, February 15, at 7:30
p. in.
Glider Section: Important meeting
on Wednesday, Feb. 15, at 7:30 p. m.

hearsal Thursday, February 16.
Michigan Technic Staff Meeting
Wednesday at 7:30 p. m, in the Tech-
nic Office.

tional

activities of that organization.

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Tryouts for Spring Play of Hillel
Players, "The Dybbuk," will be' held
Wednesday and Thursday at 7:15,
p. m. in the League. Play includes
38 speaking roles. All students, in-
cluding freshmen, are eligible. Meet-
ing room posted on bulletin board.
Music Section of Faculty Women's
Club will meet Wednesday, Feb. 15
(note change in date) at 8:15 p. m.
at the home of Mrs. R. E. McCotter
in Lakewood Subdivision. A program
of Italian and Spanish music will be
presented under the direction of Mrs.
Nelson Eddy.
Those planning to attend are re-
quested to notify Mrs. John John-
stone, 2-3779.
Bankruptcies in England increased
by 260 to 4.618 in 1932.

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