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PAGE SIX

THE, MICHIGAN DAILY"

TUESDAY. NOVEMBER

PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, NOVEMBER

Piccards Will
Give Talk On
RecentFlight'
Tickets Now On Sale For
Lecture On Stratosphere
And Cosmic Rays
Tickets for the lecture by Prof.
and Mrs. Jean Piccard, being spon-
sored by the Student Christian Asso-
ciation, went on sale yesterday at
Lane Hall. Prices are 50 cents for the
main floor and 25 cents for the bal-
conies.
Several reels of motion pictures
made by the Paramount Corporation
as well as some owned by the Piccards
themselves will supplement the
speech. The two scientists have chosen
as their subject "The Story of Our
Flight."

Proposed Council Constitution
(Continued from Page 1)
council are to remain in full force and effect until amended or abol-
;hed by the council.
ARTICLE IIL
Sec. T. The council may either pass upon or submit petitions
of the student body to the University administration with its recom-
nl ,nd-tions or bring the issue contained in such petitions before the
st udent body in a campus election.
Sec. 2. The petitions described in Article 3, Sec. 1, shall be
acceptablh to the council only after the signatures of 5 1, of the male
members o : the student body have been secured thereon.
Sec. 3. The election described in Article 3, Sec. 1, shall be
held within 3 ,veeks after the submission of petitions containing the
required number of signatures, and must be participated in by 20%
of the men students to force action on the part of the men's council.
ARTICLE IV.
Sec. 1. Matters before this council may be referred to the
student body in a campus election upon the concurrence of two-thirds
of the members of this council.
ARTICLE V.
Sec. 1. It shall be within the power of this council to make
amendments to this constitution subject to a concurrence of three-
fnurths of the members of this hodv Such an amendment must

Lecturers Well Known eL aet AitLl.'t-a 'i L
Professor Piccard and his wife have be submitted at least one week bef
become very well known throughout Sec. 2. The men of the st
the United States'the last few months ments to this constitution through t
through their flight into the strato- Article 3, Section 1.
sphere, which was one of the most ARTIC
successful in recent years. Some sci- Sec. 1. Seven members pre
entists have declared that their find- any council meeting and shall be
ings will be of infinite value in the council's business whether it be l
study of the cosmic ray. Sec. 2. A majority vote sha
After numerous postponements be- before this body with the exce
cause of unsuitable weather condi- beoetibdywhteeci
tions, the flight started from the Ford provided in this constitution.
Airport at Dearborn. After about eight ARTIC
hours in the air, the pair landed in a Sec. 1. The first executive
treetop near Cadiz, O. The bag of the the person who served as presid
balloon was very badly torn, but the council during the year 1934-1935.
gondola with all the valuable instru- Pres., Michigan
ments was not damaged. The Piccards Editor, Michiga
themselves also escaped unscathed. Pres., Interfrate
The flight covered approximately 180 drra
miles in a direct line from Detroit.P
Third Lecture Sponsored
All the proceeds of the lecture, other "
than the expenses involved in obtain- Vibbert's C I( tion
ing the two scientists, will go to the I ' l'
student budget of the S.C.A. This will IS Calld Geriou s
be the third lecture sponsored by the
association, the purpose of which is The condition of Prof. Charles B.
to raise money to carry on the service
work of the organization.I Vibbert of the philosophy department,
William G. Bardndt, '37, chairman who is in the University Hospital as a
of th'e committee in charge of the pro- i result of injuries suffered this summer
gram, stated it will be possible to buy from a fall down an elevator shaft in
tickets from the following students: New York, was described last night
Russell F. Anderson, '36, Lawrence as serious by )r'. Aibert C. Kerli-
E. Quinn, '36, Patricia L. Woodward,( kowske, chief resident physician.
35, Williamd. Warner, '35, Eleanor,
E. Peterson, '35, Walter Pleiss, '37, His condition last week was greatly
Vernon Johnson, '36, John Jeffries, improved, but he was irrational atC
'37, Elizabeth Evans, '36, Geil Duf- times yesterday morning. After awak-
fendack, '37, and Richard S. Clark, ening yesterday afternoon, he was
'37. normal again, attendants said.

fore a vote is taken on it.
udent body may propose amend-
the petitioning process described in

'LE VI.
sent shall constitute a quorum in
competent to pass on any of the
egislative or judicial in character.
ll be sufficient to decide questions
ption of those matters otherwise
LE VII.
secretary of the council shall be
ent of the former undergraduate
Union, Allen D. McCombs.
n Daily, William G. Ferris.
rnity Council, Philip Singleton.
duate Council, Carl Hilty.

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Inspect Selfridge Field
Sixty members of the Aeronautical
Engineers Division of A.S.M.E. spent
Saturday on an inspection trip of
Selfridge Field at Mt. Clemens. The
group was accompanied by Profes-
sors E. A. Stalker, F. W. Pawlowski,
and M. J. Thompson, in addition to B.
L. Springer, club adviser.dB
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