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THE MICHIGAN

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DAILY OFFI1CI-AL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all menbers
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi-
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)

Music Section-Faculty Women's Club: Scabbard and Blade:
The chorus of the Music Section of the Faculty Women's Clb will . There will be a regular meeting Wednesday, Dec. 5, at 8:00 in the
hold a special practice Tuesday evening, December 4, at 3 tAlock, at Umn
the home of Mrs. L. M. Bricker, 1214 Willard Street. Charles E. Staff
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1928

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Rhetoric 189 (Drama 1):
The class will meet Wednesday night, December 5, at 7:15 in room
3227 Angell Hall.
Kenneth Rowe
Political Science 125:
I will not meet my class in Administrative Law Tuesday, Decem-
ber 4.
R. H. Reed
English 23 and 29:
Classes in English 23 and 29 in the Colleges of Engineering and
Architecture will not meet today.
L H. Walton
French Lecture:
Mr. Jean Maigret will give the second lecture on the Cercle Francais
program: "L'Escadrille Lafayette pendant la Guerre," Wednesday, De-
cember 5, at 4:15 o'clock, in Room 1025, Angell Hall.
Tickets for the whole series of lectures and plays may be procured
from the Secretary of the Department of Romance Languages (room
1.12, Romance Languages Bldg.) or at the door.
Rene Talamon
Moving Pictures of Industry:
The third of the School of Business Administration's programs will
be held in Natural Science Auditorium at 4:15 p. m. Wednesday, Decem-
ber 5. The following films will be shown:
The Fair of the Iron Horse (depicting one hundred years of progress
in railroad transportation.)
4 reels
The Orange Industry (from orange grove to market, partly in color.)
1 reel
All persons interested are invited to attend these programs which
are designed particularly to give business students background material.
Carl N. Schmalz
Chemical Engineers:
Dr. W. H. Morris will address the A. I. Ch. E. at 7:15 p. m., Tuesday,
December 4, on "The Formation and Separation of the Desert Potash
Deposits." Social meeting after Dr. Morris' talk.
R C. Adams, Jr.
Junior Research Club:
The regular meeting of the Junior Research Club will be held in
Room 1121 N. S. on Tuesday, December 4, at 7:30 p. m.
The program will be as follows:
Dr. H. B. Lewis: "Diet and age as factors in the rate of growth and
composition of the hair."
Initiation of new members.
Lee 0. Case, Secretary
Physics Colloquium:
Dr. R. A. Wolfe will speak on "Studies on the Electric Spark by
Means of the Cathode Ray Oscillograph," at 4:15, Tuesday, December
4, in room 1041, East Physics Building. All interested are cordially!
invited,
W. F. Colby
Aeronautical Society:
There will be a meeting of the Society at 3 o'clock, Tuesday, Decem-
ber 4, in Room 348 W. Engineering Building. The second of the series
of lectures will follow the meeting. ,All members are requested to
attend.
W. E. Koneczny
Acolytes:
There will be a meeting of the Society on Tuesday, December 4, at
7:30 p. m., in 202 S. W. Professor J. F. Shepard will speak on "A
Philosophy of Psychology."
Otis I. Lee
Ann Arbor Division, Detroit Chapter, A. S. S. T.:
Mr. Frank B. Lounsberry, 12 E., vice-president of the 'Atlas Steel
Corporation, will address the division at 8 p. m., Wednesday, December
5, in room 3201 East Engineering Building. His subject will be "Tool
Steel," and all persons interested will be welcome.
W. P. Wood
Women's Educational Club:_
There will be a meeting of the Women's Educational Club, Wednes-
day, December 5, at 4 o'clock, at the Women's Field House. Mr. Vliet,
Supt. of Schools at Birmingham, Michigan, will conduct a personal
interview for a teaching position--for the benefit of the members of the
club, and will talk to the group on that topic. All students interested
in teaching are urged to attend this meeting.
Mellen 11. Shambaugh, Faculty Sponso

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Faculty Women's Club: 2 There will be a meeting of the Radio Club tonight at 7:30 in Room Note: we intentionally avoid any.
The Play Reading Section will meet Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 glengthy discussion of the recen
o'clock at the home of Mrs. J. L. Markley, 1816 Geddes. Mrs. A. J. Walter Nelson difficulties at 603 East Liberty
Jebin and Mrs. C. E. Koella will be assistant hostesses. For Sale: Street (i. e. the Michigan Theatre)
Mrs. W. V. Marshall One car garage located just east of the New Museums building. $10. and likewise of any opinion of
Call Buildings & Grounds Department if interested, these difficulties which may have,
Women's Research Club: E. C. Pardon, Superintendent found expression in the acid soakl
The Women's Research Club will meet on Tuesday, Dec. 4, at 7:30 ed (?) pen of some subaltern of
p. i. in room 3116, Natural Science Building. Please note change of Geological and Geographical Journal Club: the local Press building. After the
room and date. Dr. Frieda Cobb Blanchard will talk on "Experiences There will be a joint meeting in Room 2054 N. S. at 8 o'clock on manner of Irving Berlin we are
in the Tasmanian Mountains." Thursday evening, December 6. Dr. L. B. Kellum will give an illustratedte
Olive M. Searle, Secretary lecture on, "Exploations in Tropical Mexico." All interested are cor- willing
dially invited to attend. gones" because "we all make mis-
Alpha Nu: E. N. Goddard, Secy. takes now and th'en" and we should'
The society will meet Tuesday, December 4, at 7:30 in the Alpha Nu like to hear our editor say to the
room. This will be an interesting meeting. Visitors are welcome. Adelphi House of Representatives: M. Hoag, "I'm sorry, forgive me
On Tuesday, December 11, Alpha Nu will debate three Detroit A closed session from 7:30 to 8:15 merits the attendance of all dear sir and let's be buddie
business men from a debating class of the Extension Department con- members.again."
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ducted by Professor Densmore.
John Webster, President
Phi Kappa Phi:
Unaffiliated members of Phi Kappa Phi at the University of Michigan
are invited to identify themselves with the local chapter by notifying
the Secretary at Room 302 West Engineering Annex.
Initiation banquet for the elections of the present semester will
be held on December 18 at the Union.
R. S. Swinton, Secretary
Web & Flange:
The regular monthly business meeting will be held at the Michigan
Union, at 7:45, Tuesday, December 4, 1928.
Geo. W Efiner

Vom : t o vi:i thuie hnouse will discuss the queston of equa
rights for women. Visitors are invited to the discussion.
Robert H. Lloyd, Speaker
Tearoom Bazaar Reservations:
Get tickets from Teresa Homs at Candly Booth on Tuesday, 10 to
12, and Wednesday, 10 to 11.' Bring money. Lunches, 50 cents; Teas,
35 cents; Dinner, 75 cents.
Teresa Homs
Tolstoy League:
Dr. F. S. Onderdonk will give an illustrated lecture on "Art and
Religion" Tuesday, Dec. 4th at 4:15 in Room 231 Angell Hall. The public
is invited.
E. Wadsworth

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Portia Literary Society:
Phi Sigma: -The question for the debate will be "Resolved: that the Federal
Phi Sigma announces an open meeting for Tuesday, December 4, government should establish a Department of Education." All members
at 7:30 in room 2116 Natural Science Bldg. Dr. C. L. Hubbs will talk are expected to prepare a two minute tryout speech for Tuesday, Dec. 4.
on: Recent Developments in Biological Systematics. All people inter- Nellie Becker, President
ested in the Biological Sciences are invited to attend this meeting.
E. P. Creaser, Secretary Exhibition, University Museums Building:
#_The exhibit of original paintings of birds now on display in the
Quadrangle: University Museums building will be continued through the week of
Dec. 3-8.
Meeting Wednesday, December 5, 8:15 p. m. at 1954 Cambridge Alexander G. Ruthven

Our' own sentiments may be'
briefly summed up by .giving voice'
to two deeply rooted wishes which{
are: (1) That in the future no
vaudeville actor, however devoid of
intelligence or understanding, will'
be given cause to ring down in
the middle of his act. 2. That no;
erroneously . informed individual
will attach the responsibility for
this distasteful affair upon Mr.
Hoag. It was simply the normal
result of combining ignorance on
the part of the actors with rowdy-
ism on the part of the audience.
In getting back to the normal
course of events, (in other words;
minding our own business) we
shall begin by saying that there is
a darned good picture at the
Majestic this week "Show Peo-,
ple" takes its place as one of the;
ablest and most interesting satires
of and by the celluloid indult
which has come within our expo
rience. In it are contained sole
of the brilliant moments in thf -
careers of William Haines and -Mv
rion Davies. The former has lo4
since established himself as 4.
young man of extraordinary abil
and, in "Show People" the latter
comes through for the first timel
many, matey moons. The net resul
being that oddity-a good movie "
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Road. Gilbert Barnes will speak on "Orientation
E. C.

in Education."
Prophet, Clerk

Hillel Luncheon:r
Professor Aigler of the Law Department will speak at the men's
luncheon to be held at the Union, Tuesday, December 4, at 12:15.
Philip Stern
Hillel Lecture:
Maurice Samuel, author of "You Gentiles," etc., authologist and
translator of Count Keyserling's works, will speak at Natural Science
Auditorium on Wednesday evening, December 5, at 8 o'clock p. n. His
topic will be "Race Prejudices." The public is invited.
Philip Stern
Twilight Organ Recital:
Palmer Christian, University organist, will give the following pro-
gram in Hill Auditorium, Wednesday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock. The
general public, with the exception of small children, is invited to
attend. No admission charge. Guilment: Allegro appassionata (Sonata
V); Strauss-Christian: Traumerei; Clerambault: Prelude; Bach: Fan-
tasik- and Fugue in C minor; McKinley; Cantliena; d'Antalffy: Scherzo;
Puccini: Finale, Act 11, "Madame Butterfly"; Wagner: March, "Tann-
hauser."
Charles A. Sink
Reserve Band:
Rehearsal tonight at 7:00 at Morris Hall.
Nicholas D. Falcone, Director
Oratorical Board:
There wit be a short meeting of the Board Wednesday afternoon
at 4:15 in Room 3209 A. H.
Robert J. Gessner,. President
Sellers for League and Inter-Church Bazaar:
There will be a meeting Wednesday at 5 p. m. in West Gallery,
Alumni Memorial Hall of 'all girls who have signed to sell at the
Bazaar.
It is imperative that everyone report.
Attendance will be taken.
Madge Brook, Chairman
The Michigan Technic:
Important meeting of business staff and tryouts, Tuesday, December
4, 1928, at 4:30 p. m.
E. W. Manning, Business Manager

Experimental Sections-Psychology 31:
The Tuesday-Thursday nine and ten o'clock sections doing experi-
mental 'work with Mr. McCiusky in substitution for a thesis in psycholo-
gy 31 will not meet today (Tuesday, December 4).
H. Y. McClusky
OPERA INCLUDES WILL ATTENDCONVENTION
LARGE CHORUSES William E. Nissen, president of
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New York City wniere the presenta-
tion will be offered to New Yorkers
at the Metropolitan Opera house.
Those who were selected for theF
girls' chorus are Bidwell Cranage
'31, Edward C. Halstead '30A, C.
York Judso , Jr., '30E, John A.
Logan '31, Russel H. Moroe '30,
Nicholas S. Pickard '31, Emerson J.
Stiles '31, Robert H. Godfrey, 30,-j
Donald H. Williams '30E, William
J. Reynolds '30, J. Richard Purser
'31, M. Winfield Lott '30A, Stanley
K. Levison '31, Earl J. Hillingan '29,
Morley E. Crowther '31, and Donald
B. Fleming '29.
The men who will constitute theI
men's chorus are Lyman A. Bullard
'31E, Robert R. Curtis '30, Arthur
H. Smith '31, David N. Holmes '31,
Fritz K. Kleene '31, Philip S. Coch-
ran '30E, Lyle S. Pleshek '31, C.
Ford Schott '29, James M. Cash
'29, Donald C. Folger '29, A. Marvin
Highley '31E, Rawson F. Hosmer
'30, Robert M. Laurenson '30E, A.
Benjamin A. Patch '30, Clarence R.
Vliet '30A, and John R. Wheeler
'30A.
TULANE - Freshman students
here are required to take an exam-.
ination upon tloe Freshman Bible.

Nashville, Tenn., where he will at-
tend the national convention of
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uiileby Un11n11Presuen Gsw Wlcl,
will be in session there Dec. 5, 6,
and 7, it was announced yester-
day.
James Conover, tackle, has been
chosen captain of the 1929 Ann
Arbor high school football team.

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PROFESSOR W 00 D
ADDRESSES GROUP
Prof. Arthur E. Wood, of the so-
ciology department was the prin-
cipal speaker in an informal dis-
cussion on immigration at the
third of a series of international
forums sponsored by the Student
Christian association. The forums
are held bi-weekly, at Lane hall
and are open to all students on
the campus.

The Acme of
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3:30 to 5
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atj
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Regular Luncheon 50c
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And Inter-Church
Bazaar . ...
December 7-8 at
Barbour Gymnasium
Luncheon. . . . 12 to 1 o'clock
Tea........3:30 to 5 o'clock

Dinner........6 to 7

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