D A L
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1929
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Geology 31: The mnid-semester examnlnation will be given Monday.
Ncdrlt 18, a~t It &elock. Students with suraanwx A through Li
D IY OFF ICIAL BULLETIN please go to Room 205 Mason Ball; M-Z in 231 A. 11., the regular'
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members i History 5 (105): Mldseinester examination Mndcay, November 18,
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi- at the lecture hour. Mr. Scott's sections in Natural S;;icuce auditorium;
dent until 3:30 p. im. (11:34 a. mi. Saturday) Mr. Manyon's, Room 25 Angel Hall; Mr. Long's, Room 103 Romance
VOL. XL. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1929 No. 11 Languages Building.
I Craftsmen Club will meet at the Masonic Tcemple, Saturday cvcnzing,
NOTICES November 16, at 7:30. Everyone is urged to be present.
!GIFTS BY, BUFFA~LO
MARIONETTE CASTS W4ILL PRESENT
'RIP VAN WINKLE' AS FEATURE ACT
Fellowships to ,e Provided
Two performiances of Tony Sarg's
Marionettes will be given tbday in
the Lydia Mendelssohn theatre.
"The Brencen Band," and "The
Stolen Princeus" will be presented
at a matinee performance, and to-
night; Washington Irving's story of
"Rip Van Winkle" wall Ne the fea-
Grimm's tale of "The Bremen
Band," an entire animal production,
has been adopted to the capacities
of the acting dolls. "The Stolci
Prince&s" is set in Oriental styli.
anid recalls Ali Baba, one of Mr.
Sarg's greatest successes.
"Rip Van Winkle," as dramatized
by a graduate of the dramatic de-
partment of Yale university, will
be given tonight ih eight scenes.
This play has been a favorite for
many years and was given by Mr.
Sarg for two years when his ma-
rionettes began touring. This -par-
ticular company has often been
compared with the Joe Jefferson
company which for 35 years enter-
tained from coast to coast.
Action of the Administrative Board: The Administrative Board of
the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts has taken the following Mmbers and Prospective Members of the Cosmopolitan Club: Decision of the Buffalo Aluni
action:I Regular meeting of the Cosmopolitan club will be held Saturday eve- club to raise at least $0000 to en-
Thomas S. Perkins, Jr., has becnv placed on probation and recorded ning at Lanc Hall at :00 o'clock. Initiation of new members will dow fellowship lectures in the
with an E grade in Rhetoric 31, for improper use of material in the; take place at this meeting. Dean Huber will be the speaker of the ScolfBuiesamntrin
written work of that course. W. Rt. Hlumphreys. evening.ScolfBuiesamntrin
~was announced yesterday by Dean
- -Michigan Jlames will meet Nov. 10 at 8:00 o'clock in the Cavei Clare E. Griffin, of the business
FacutySchol o Edcaton:The oveberFacuty eetng i Room of the League building. All are asked to bring their sewing to administration school, on his re-
be auld ntPsicLecueRon(islo of tdctin he Uovebvrracu ty ighl this meeting. Initiation ceremonies will be held the first meeting in turn from Buffalo, where he ad-
School Builditng) on Monday, November 18, at 4: 10 o'clock. Dec ember. All wives of students are cordially invited, to attend these I dressed the club on the scope and
C 0. Davis, Secretary meetings. I activiites of this school, at a meet-
AID ~ing which was held to inaugurate
OLD MEMOIRS A ITEXAS HISTORY _ plans for completing the club's
PrsecieTecer:Te nul ctigfr nolmn wt he(y soiae Pes I-- project in the 10-year program in
Prospecive Techers:The anual incting fr enrolment ith thNacogdocheatePaccordingogotoesaccWrdwhich .alumnich clubs call a overerthe
University Bureau of Appoitnments and Occupational Information wrill AUSTIN, Tex., Nov. 14.-Memoirs Winkler, l'rarian. Hanks was evi-! country are taking part.
take place at ten o'clock Sat~urday morning, November 18. in the Audi: of . T. Hanks, member of Hood's dently uneducated, and the major- _____
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