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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

'I' IURSDAY, jAN. 27, 1,938

THE _CHGAN AI_

ThURSDAY, JAN. 27,, 193w

Auto Engineer ce A
Society Chooses
First Officials
Fant Gets Chairmanship;
O'Neil And Weckler Also
Elected To New Posts
Organizational plans for the pro-
jected student brancn of the Society
of Automotive Engineers here were;
furthered by the group when it elect- j
ed officers and committee chairmanI
last week. The student society's en-V
trance petition was approved by the
national S.A.E. convention meeting in
Detroit, Jan. 11 to 14.
Chairman of the Society will be
William J. Fant, '38E, Larry E.
O'Neill, '39E, secretary-treasurer
and head of the membership com-
mittee and Harold L. Weckler, '38E
will be vice-chairman and head of
the program committee. Prof. W. E.
Lay of the mechanical engineering
department is faculty sponsor of the
society.
The object of the student society is,
according to its national constitu-
tion, "to promote the Arts and Sci-
ences and Standards and Engineer-
ing Practices connected with the de- This ice jam it
sign, construction and utilization of have raised water
automotive apparatus . .The prin- creeks forced hun.
Cipal means for this purpose shall halted the water's
be the holding of meetings for the
reading and discussion of professional
papers and reports, the publication
and distribution of the same, and so- DAIL
The organization of the society as u c oop
to committees, officers and methods oats.0 O
of procedure is dictated by the cen-
tral S.A.E. committee. (otne
(Continued oi
C. Haven Hall. A
ree oo List "rman31.
25 A.H., Gaiss,
The textbooks listed below are avail - Van Duren.
able to students under the free text 231 A.H. Willey, R
book lending library plan. Applications son.
for use of books may be made through
academia Counselors, or through the 1035 A.H., Scholl.
offices of Dean Lloyd and Dean Bursley. 301 U.H., Wahr.
Students in the engineering college may 21UHHlnr
make application to Prof. A. D. Moore. 201 U.H., Hildner.
German 32.
French, Thomas E. A manual of en- 203 U.H., Nordmey
gineering drawing for students an" 306 U.H., Eaton.

am In ,Rockford Biasted To Halt Flood Waters

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n the Rock River near downtown Rockford, Ill., was blasted to avert an ice darn that might
back into the business section. In another section of the city waters from rain swollen
dreds of families to evacuate their homes. Falling temperatures and the end of heavy rains
rise.

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OFFICIAL BULLETIN
in the Bulletin is cnstructive notice to all members of %
P received at the e eo the Aaaixtast to tb. P't*eu"
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informally with Sir Herbert Ames at
a tea to be hield Friday, Jan. 28, at 43
p.m., in the Michigan League. We
urge all members to be present.
Zoology Seminar: Please note that

MICHIGAN BOOK STORE

322 South State Street at North University

Phone 6363

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lege of Architecture: The architec- there will be no meeting of the
tural designs submitted in the recent Zoology Seminar on Feb. 10. Mr. Do-
tale Bde submittin thr recent brovolny will report at the meeting
State Board examination for regis- of March 3 and Mr. Hoffman at the!
tration as architects will be on ex- mHh
hibition in the third fl ghinitgo

111ulu inu tnru iur exn ion
room, Architectural Building, Thurs-
day, Jan. 27, 9:00 to 5:00. The public
is cordially invited.
Lectures

Bowling: The bowling alleys at the
Women's Athletic Building will be
open at the following hours during
the examination period and between
semesters:
Aft~rnn (pxptCfvroF .-A

University Lecture: Sir Herbert t0' '.r"u"s (excpt 6ammay) 4:00
A to 6: 0

draftsmen. 1935. (1).
Frenssen, Gustav. Joirn Uhl. 1914. (1).
F'unck-Brentano, Frantz. L'Ancien re-
gtme. 1935. (2).
Goode, J. Paul. Goode's school atlas,
physical, political and economic for
American schools and colleges. 1935.

History 11, Lee.C
examination Monda:
Sections 22 and 23 i
tions 24 and 25 in I
outline map of Eu
bluebook.

-(1).
Gorostiza, Manuel Eduardo de. Con- Mathematics, College of Literature,
tigo pan y cebolla. 1925. (1). Science, and the Arts: The examina-
Granges, Charles M, des. Les grands tions in Mathematics 1, 2, 3, 4, and 7
ecrivains francais des origines a nos will be held Saturday, Feb. 5, 2-5 p.m.,
jours. 1930, (1). according to the following schedule:
Hale, William J. A laboratory man- Anning, 2003 A.H.
ual of general chemistry. 1931. (4). Bradshaw, 231 A.H.
Hartdg, W. G. The Daily Mail. Brush Coe, 35 A.H.
up your French. 1933. (1). Copeland, 1035 A.H.
Hedger, George K. An introduction Dwyer, 2203 A.H.
to Western Civilization. 1933. (3). Elder, 1035 A.H.j
Hedrick, Earle Raymond. Logarith-- Fitzpatrick, 2231 A.H.
mic and trigonometric tables. 1931. Karpinski, 231 A.H.
(1). Miller, D., 2003 A.H.
Hemon, Louis. Maria Chapdelaine. Myers, 2225 A.H.
1930. (1). Nyswander, 35 A.H.
Hervieu, .Paul La course du Flam- Raiford,231 A.H.
beau. 1922. (1). - Vance, 2231 A.H.
Hall, Edwin H. College laboratory "psychology 31, Section I Final Ex
manual of physics. 1904. (1). s gamination held Feb. 8, 2-5 p.m. Those
Hill, .Norman L. & Stoke, Harold W. inatnmeFegni-gpm.thse
Thebacgrundof urpea go-*with last name beginning with A
The background of European gov- through N go to West Physics Lecture
ernments. 1935. (1). Room; all others go to Room 1025
Hollister, Richard Dennis Teall.-Angell Hall.

t~ime, iec,'.uUrtI former anadian Saturday afternoon-3:00 to 5:00.
statesman, will lecture on "Does Ger- Evenings (except Saturday)-7:00
1 man Rearmament Necessarily Mean to 9:00.
War?" today in Natural Science Au- Reservations may be made at hours
ditorium at 4:15 p.m., under the au- when the alleys are not regularly
spices of the Department of Political open. Such requests should be made
Science. The public is cordially in- in advance by calling the office of
vited. (the Women's Department of Physical
Education.
Events Today A Series of Golf Lessons, consisting
University Broadcast 3-3:30 p.m. of lectures and demonstrations will
Amateur Theatre Series. Topic : start Monday, Feb. 14 at the Intra-
Costuming the Play, James Doll. mural Building under the direction of
Coach Ray Courtwright. These les-
Cercie Francais: The time of the sons are free and will take place be-
Cercle Francais picture for the Michi- tween 2:00 and 6:00 each Monday,
ganensian is today at 5:15. It will be Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
at Dey's Studio; all members are re- They are open to men students and
quired to be present. faculty.
Phone 2-2101 for further informa-
Iota Alpha: The initiation banquet tion.
for the Beta Chapter, Iota Alpha will Intramural DepartmentI
be held tonight at 6:30 p.m. at the
Michigan Union. r
The speaker of the evening will be RECESSION HALTED IN JANUARY
Professor Harley Bartlett. WASHINGTON, Jan. 26.-(AP)-The
Federal Reserve Board said tonight
Michigan Dames: Book group meet- the decline in industrial production
ing. Thursday. 8 p.m., at the League. which began last fall halted in Jan-
uary. "Industrial output declined in
The Druid's will have their picture December, but showed little change
taken at 4:00 p.m., today in the In- in the first three weeks of January,"
terfraternity Room of the Union.
Congress: There will be a meeting R
of the Publicity Committee tonight R I E R
at 7:30 p.m. in Room 306 of the Union.
Pen SERVICE
C2omutingtentr
-- -r 302 South State Street

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apeach-makmng. juzu. (1).
Houston, Percy Hazen. Main currents
of English literature; a brief lit-
erary history of the English people.
192-7. (1).
Howe, H. E. Chemistry in industry.
1931. (1).

Concerts
Choral Union Concert: Madame
Gina Cigna, prima donna of the
Metropolitan Opera Association, will
give the eighth program in the

Choral Union Concert Series, Fri- The Political Science Club will meet
day night, Jan. 28, at 8:30 o'clock ~- ---- -- -
School of Social in Hill Auditorium. She will be as-
Dancing sisted at the piano by Mr. Fritz S
r'aught daily, 10 to 1. Kitzinger. l
2d Floor, Wuerth The- Exhibitiorn Ie
ater Bldg. Phone 9695.(al ,s It
State Board Design Drawings, Col-
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