100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

December 09, 1927 - Image 10

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1927-12-09

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

PAGE TEN

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, bFCT: Ii3IR q. 192-

THEMIHAN..! FDA..DCME .12

the following program.as the third concert in the Extra Concert Series:
Schubert: Overture "Rosamunde;" Franck: Symphony in D minor:
I L T u F I I A L L L I TDukas: Symphonic Poem "L'Apprenti Sorcier;" Tschaikovsky: Theme and
Variations from Third Suite; Brahms: Overture, "Academic Festival."
Attendants at both concerts are respectfully requested to come on time
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notfice to all members of as the doors will be closed during numbers.
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until .'mares A. Sink.
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)
V m 8. FRIDAY, ^EyEMBER 9. umber 69 ty le 'Cub:
Volume. -IA9bAll members be at University broadcasting rooms on the :ourth floor of
:old University Hall at 10 minutes to 7 o'clock tonight. Be on time. As there
'enate Council: will be a picture taken of the club and the broadcasing room just after the
The regular meeting of the Senate Council will be held on Monday, De- program, all men are requested to remain for 10 minutes after the prograu
cember 12, at 4:15 p.m., in the President's office. is finished. There will be the regular rehearsal Monday night in room 308,
F. E. Robbins. Michigan Union at 7 o'clock.
Franikiyni P. B urger, Alana ger.
Privileged Early Classification, College of L., S., and A~: I1- _____.______Hae
Several departments claim that both the average student and the excep- University of Michigan Band:
tionally good students make better progress when the second semester's work Formation at 3 o'clock this afternoon at the band hall for the Saginaw
in a course is taken under the same instructor as was the first semester's trip. Uniforms with cape.
work; these departments insist very strongly that a student shall continue Russell L. Maleom, Student Manager.
under the same instructor. All departments agree that if a student wants to
continue under some particular instructor, opportunity .so to continue, should Cosiiiopoltai C'Iub:
be made possible. - ~lMembers are reminded of the Christmas party on Saturday evening at S
In order to make such continuation possible, so far as continuation o'clock in Lane Hall. New members will be initiated; there will also hei

ILLINOIS SENATOR LEADS ATTEMPT
TO PLACE SMITH IN SENATE SEAT

GREENLAND REACHEB
REGU'LARLY BY RADIO,1

courses classified through the Classification Committee are concerned,, blanks
will be circulated in the various classes during the week beginning; Satur-
day, Dec. 10; any student, now in a particular class, can by signing his or her
name on that particular class list blank, reserve a place in that same class
(same hours, same instructor) for the continuation course next semester. In
those departments which do not announce the names of instructors, and in
Botany 1 and Zoology 1 which necessarily involve a change of instructors, the
student's signature will indicate a desire to continue next semester at the
same hours as this semester.
Students should consider this a privilege, not a requirement; further, all
students taking advantage df this opportunity, even in one single course, will
be permitted to make ALL their elections and complete their entire classifi-
cation before the beginning of the usual classification period for the general
run of students. Students who reserve places, and then change their minds,
may of course remove their names from any list, but by so doing they will
forfeit the privilege of early classification. D L. Rich.
Student Branch A. I. E. E.:
Mr. E. E. Dreese, -Chief Engineer of the Lincoln Electric Company will
speak at a meeting of the Student Branch of the A. 1. E. E., Friday, De-
cember 9 at 4 o'clock in room 348, West Engineering building. His subject
will be "Imaginative Engineering."
All persons interested are invited to attend.
L. J. Van Tiuyl, Chairman.
Chinese Students' Christian Association:
A regular meeting will be held in Wesley Hall, on Friday, Dec. 9, at 7
p.m. Promptly. All Chinese students interested are cordially invited.
Catherine Tong Chairman.
To Students Having Library Books:
1. Students having in their possession books drawn from the University
Library are notified that such books are due Monday, December 12, before the
impending Christmas vacation, in pursuance of the Regents' regulation:
"Students who leave Ann Arbor for an absence of more than a
week must first return all borrowed books."
2. Failure to return books before the vacation will render the student
liable to an extra fine.
3. Students who have special need for certain books between December
12 and the beginning of the vacation may retain such books by applying to
the Superintendent of Circulation on or before December 12.
4. Students who have special need for certain books during the vacation,
will be given permission to draw these books, provided they are not in general
demand, on application to the Superintendent of Circulation after December
12.
W. W. Bishop, Librarian,
School of Education Faculty:
A special meeting of the Faculty of the School of Education will be held
Monday, December 12, 4:15 p.m. in room 109, Tappan Hall. Two special
orders will be considered.
C. 0. Davis, Secretary.
Bureau of Appointments-G. and H.:
All candidates enrolled with the Bureau of Appointme'nts whose name
begin with G or H and who have not called at the office for personal inter-
views this week should do so today during the following hours:
9 to 12 a.m., and 2 to 4 p.m., in room 102 Tappan Hall.
Hellen Shambaugh.
Special Final Examination Periods, Literary College:
Since the number of requests for special final examination periods ex-
ceeds the number of periods available, it is imperative that the matter be
settled at a meeting of representatives of the departments that are concerned.
Will such departments appoint representatives for a meeting that will be held
in Dean Effinger's office on Saturday, December 10, at 11 a.m.
H. C. Carver.
Military Science I:
There will be an important meeting of those members interested in addi-
tional rifle practice. Saturday, December 10, 9 a.m., R.O.T.C. drill hall.
H. B. Turner.
A.SO%E.:
There will be a joint dinner of the members of the Student Branch of the
A.S.M.E. and the faculty of the Mechanical Engineering Department on Tues-
day, Dec. 13, at 6:45 p.m., at Joe Parker's Cafe. Members and faculty are
urged to get tickets in advance from their respective committees in charge.
Francis A. Norquist, Secretary.
Mens' Education Club:
A special program has been arranged for the evening of Monday, De-
cember 12. Mr. O. Z. Ide of the Legal Department of the Ford Motor Co., will
speak on "Side Lights and Impressions of Brazil." The men of the Physical
Education Club will be our guests at this meeting which will convene at 7
o'clock in room 319 Michigan Union.
W. W. Arnold, President.
Detroit Symphony Orchestra Concert:
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra will give two concerts in Hill auditor-
iWrM, on Monday, December 12.
In the afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, under the baton of Victor Kolar, asso-
ciate conductor, with Edith Rhetts lecturing, the orchestra will provide a
special program for school children. Through cooperation of the University
School of Music and the authorities of the Ann Arbor schools, the orchestra
will provide the following special program, to which school children coming
with their teachers will be admitted free. Adults may purchase tickets for
the afternoon performance at 50 cents, either at the University School of
Music in advance, or just before the concert at the Auditorium.
Tschaikovsky: "Nutcracker" Suite Op. 71, The Miniature Overture, Char-
acteristic Dances, Waltz of Flowers; Bach-Gounod; Ave-Maria; Grainger;
Shepherd's Hey; Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2.
At 8 o'clock the orchestra, conducted by Ossip Gabrilowitsch, will give

t s on Christmas customs of several diiferent countries.
Raja llowrani, President.
Glee Club:
The Glee, Club will meet in the Broadcasting Room, 4th floor of Old Uni-
versity HaUj, at 6:45 o'clock tonight to broadcast a program over station1
WWJ.
Waldo Abbot, Director of Radio Broadcasting.
Several Hundred Persons Attend Exhibit
Of Paintings In Alumni Memorial Hall

Lieut. Richard T. Schlosberg of the
?ichigan unit of the Reserve Officer's
Training corps reports that the R. 0.
} t
IT. C. radio, which was built so Prof.
W. If. Hobbs could keep in communi-
I cation with the University of Mich-
igam's second Greenland )expedition
I at the head of the Kangendlugssdak
s s/ _fjord on the southwestern coast, has
since Dec. 21 sent a message every
evening and received an answer from.
Greenland every morning. -
The R. 0. T. C. signal corps' radio
is located in the Engineering building
and is one of the most powerful in
this section of the country. Lieut.
Schlosberg was greatly aided in its
construction by the cooperation of the
department of electrical engineering.
Communication will be maintained
with Bloemfoncin, South Africa, where
the University of Michigan observa-
tory is situated. Word has been re-'
ceived from Rio de Janiero and many
other South American stations that
the Michigan radio messages are the
y" clearest of any from North America.
A letter was received only yesteray
from a station in Uruaguay. Austral-
Sen. Charles S. Deneen, senior senator from Illinois and a leader in the ian stations also report good audibil-
fight to unseat Senator-elect Frank L. Smith, also of Illinois, is snapped with ity. It is hoped soon to establish com2
Smith at the opening of the 70th Con gress at Washington. munication with Asia.

4

Several hundred persons have al-
ready attended the exhibition of water
color works which opened last Sun-
day in Alumni Memorial hall gallery.
The exhibit has excited considerable
favorable comment among these vis-
itors and is generally conceeded by
those in charge to be one of the finest
that has ever been shown here. It was
selected from the combined shows of
the American Water Color society and
the New York Color club, held recently
in New York city, by a jury from tie

American Federation of Art. The fed-f
eration is now sending the exhibit,
consisting of 76 pictures by more than'
65 artists, on a tour to the smaller
American cities and towns, so that
art-lovers far from the metropolian
centers may be afforded an oppor-I
tunity to view the latest trends in the
field of water color.
The exhibit is being sponsored here
by the Ann Arbor Art association, of1
which Prof. Bruce Donaldson, head of
the fine arts department of the Uni-
versity, is president.

INSTRUCTOR WITHDRAWS.......................

.,

I
- - - - _ __

PHYSICS: IPHENOMENON
ATTRACTS ATTENTION
Considerable interest has been
aroused among those passing through
the East Physics building, by a new
piece of physicaltapparatus now on
display in one of the corridors.
The device shows the passage of
atomic particles given off by a radio-
active substance in a super-saturated
atmosphere. The display is housed
in a glass case with a switch and a
rubber bulb protruding through open
ings. Upon pressing and then releas-
ing the bulb the observer is able t
see the misty trails of the atomic par-
ticles in their flight through the air
at the rate of 10,000 miles per second.
The scientific principle underlying
the apparatus is that super-saturated
atmosphere tends to collect in little
drops around any dust particles or
other solid matter in the air. The
tiny particles shot off from a small
piece of radium in the machine furn
ish an admirable nucleus for these
drops. When the bulb is pressed th
water surrounding the radium is
forced up, when the pressure is re
leased it ietreats, leaving the air
laden with moisture. This moisture
forms about the atomic particles an
for a few seconds their path in the ai
is visible as a smoky streak.
The apparatus is lent by the Centra
Scientific company of Chicago.
Your Favorite
Gilberts
Mary Lee
Page and Shaw
Martha Washington

n
f
i-
r
I.
d

MEN NOMINATED
FOR LOCAL BOARD
Six men have been nominated for
the three vacancies which are oc-
curring this fall in the board of di-
rectors of the Ann Arbor Chamber of
Commerce. Ballots have been hand-
ed to each member of the organization
and must be returned by 5 o'clock.
Wednesday, Dec. 14.
The six are: William E. -Brown Jr.,
Arthur E. Crippen, George Langford,
Maynard A. Newton, Manley Osgood,
and Paul Magner. The directorships
are for three years and a man may
not be elected to succeed himself.
LUTHERANS WILL
HEAR DR._TULLOSSI

H. K. Selby, instructor in economics,
has been permitter) to withdraw from
the service of the university because
of ill health it was stated yesterday
by Pro(. i. Le. Sharfman of the econo-
mics department.
r:
SPECIAL
is
Boudour Lamps,
$2.50 to $6.00
ERNST BR OS. C
ELECTRIC SHOP I
210 South Fourth Ave. I
Read The
Daily Want Ads

c

"THE SAME TO YOU"
Of course, you'll want to have
a lunch after the Opera. Here
is the logical place to have that
lunch. We know we can satisfy
you with our tasty light lunches
, and our rapid service.
WOLVERINE CAFE
The Pride of Ann Arbor
Opp. Wuerth Theater

I
N
(I
I

Dr. Rees Edgar Tulloss, president of
Wittenberg college, will speak at 7:30
o'clock Sunday evening at the Zion
Lutheran church before a united ser-
vice of the Lutherans of the city and
University.

Radio Music

Private Booths

"Ytttt tt1!!!Y!!t!IlYYYl1AlIYYYYY Yf YYYA/1Yffllt""YY!lf...YYYlffI Yif i1AAYY11f A"fiff i/f//I/i1

--- 'r

S9. .,. 4 " o ..t ,*t.t , x h Clf. ": 'w 's",±i ; ." ... . ,'J .Y ^ +tht . 'm..., 3_ ert ^ tr rs. $ifxr't"4 +t"ii :ria',! ±c , =*: w. .,

r
Re
r Red Red
Books Books
3
(Free) (Free)
tii
rt f
Special Discounts
In our regular before Xmas sale on
SUITS AND OVERCOATS
BRAEBURNS
Dark colors at real prices
WOOL HOSIERY
Imported
COLLAR ATTACHED SHIRTS
Come in and see the values we offer you.
SfeliE

Collegiate Clothes Shop
OVERCOATS!
0vercoats
OVERCOATS!
The cold weather is here. You need that

overcoat.

We just received another fine lot

II

TICE'S
(Near Arc)
,,,,....,.,,,....,,,, ... ...... . ..

- - -- ---------- --- - --- - -------------

GRANGER' S

of overcoats, Single Breasted, extra long, in
browns and grays, and all the new shades
which are in vogue at the present time. You
will find our prices very moderate
$3500 $4000 $4500
Our Suit Department is the talk of the
student body, all specially made for us at
"live and let live" prices.
Come in today, our stock is complete, now
Neckwear, Gloves, Mufflers, Shirts, any-
thing you wish in the furnishing line at the
right prices. Come.
tom Corbett'

A

Dancing
TONIGHT and SATURDAY NIGHT
9 to 1 9 to 12
$1.00 per couple

You always know that you will have a good time at
Granger's week-end dances. Everything is done to make
these parties the last word in pleasant entertainment. Music
by Bill Watkins' Wolverines-
t T~1 A Xf-T T/t " r~ r'r

I

II

III

I

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan