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!DAY oCITOBER 30, 1930

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN SrB
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the
President until 3:30, excepting Sundays. 11:30 a. m. Saturday. At the Majestic.
--Fannie Hurst's best-seller "Lum-
VOL. XLI. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1930 NO. 28 mox" forms the basis of an unusual
production of Herbert Brenon's-
unusual in the sense that it upsets
TOTICES all past cinematic formula for
To All Students: Identification cards which have been prepared for drama with a rather confusing re-
members of the student body are ready for distribution and students are sult.
requested to call for them on the dates specified below. In order to avoid Not that Brenon has failed in
congestion and delay, those whose names begin with the letters A-E his portrayal of this servant
inclusive are asked to apply on Thursday, October 30, F-K inclusive on drudge. On the contrary, "Lum-
Friday, October 31, L-R inclusive on Saturday, November 1, and S-Z in- mox" is an exceptional and meri-
clusive on Monday, November 3. Students should enter the west door of torious film of a heavy type, hardly
Doom 4, University Hall, when applying for their cards. tragedy and yet certairiy not
In order that there may be no misunderstanding concerning the co nifred Westover is reputed to
use of these identification cards, it should be stated that they have been have come across from England
provided to be used by the student whenever he or she desires to identify determined to play the title role.
himself or herself. It will be necessary for each student to call for his To say the least, she undertook
own card, as no card will be issued to other than the person for which Ian unbelievably difficult task-and
it has been made out. Whenever a student withdraws from the Univer- acquitted herself most creditably.
sity and desires to obtain a refund of tuition, the identification card Her performance as the pitiful
must be delivered to the office of the Secretary of the University before never - daunted "lummox" ranks
the refund can be obtained. among the talking screen's great-
J. A. Bursley, Dean of Students. Psest.o
SPerhaps Brenon himself was not
sure as to his ultimate purpose.
Second Choral Union Concert: Madame Clare Clairbert, assisted by "Lummox" depicts a continuous
Francis de Bourguignon, pianist, and Eugene Lion, flutist, will give the stream of events in the life of this3
following revised program in the second Choral Union concert series, peculiarly a t t r a c t i v e drudge.
Friday evening, at 8:15 o'clock in Hill Auditorium: Proch: "Variations" Through the various settings-as
with flute obligato (Mm.e. Clairbert) St. Saens: Allegro Appassionato; a chambermaid in a dock-front
(Mr. de Bourguignon); Brurnagne: Serenade; Mozart: L'Enlevement au seaman's hotel, a cook in a luxur-
Serail; F. de Bourguignon: Mandoline (Mme. Clairbert); Bach: Flute sous home where the profligate

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DAY, OCTOBER 30, 1930'

GLEE CLUB,

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young poet-son secuces her, a __W___
scrub-woman in a house of pros-
titution, a servant in a middle- Group Practices Varied Program
class home, and finally as a second to Prepare for Extensive
mother to the five children of a Winter Season.,
German baker-the inarticulate j
character of this prodding creat- TO GIVE CONCERT NOV. 9
ure is observed.
There is no ob-
vious nor trite With an extensive concert season
playing on the 'planned for this winter, the Men's .
e m o t i o n s. The G-lee club is rehearsing weekly in
iym rings trua to order to prepare a varied program
life, and yet this for each offering. Gayle Chaflin,
mna y explain a *-~
slightly mono ton -manager of the organization, stated
ous tendency. yesterday. Three of those concerts
In addition to will come during the month of
M i s s Westover, Ni ombe rnh ghe m t
once the wife of ovember, e added.
William S. Hart, . The programs planned for next
the cast includes month include a radio concert on
Ben Lyon whose de N LYON the evening of Nov. 9, a concert
acting as the young poet given to on Nov. 14 at Pontiac for the
liquor and beautiful words is ex- Methodist church there, the pro-
ceedingly good. William Collier, Jr., ceeds of which will be used for a
is likewise seen to advantages as scholarship fund to the University,
the middle-class husband torn be- anynnNv 9,a h eri
tween mother love and his wife's and one on Nov. 29, at the Detroit
sensuous appeal. Golf club. Several local concerts
senuos apel.are planned for December. The
Well-worth seeing, on the whole, annual Christmas concert in con-
provided you can digest the heav- I junction with the Girl's Glee club
ier type of screen fare. and the Varsity band, will be given
-Bert. I just before the holidays.
The Glee club this year is under
es meets in Room 445 West Engr. the instruction and leadership of
the Aeronautics Department will be Prof. Arthur Hackett of the School
onautical Research in Europe. of Music who succeeds Raymond
Harrison as voice professor and
e first meeting will be held at 4:30 director of the organization. Pro-
eague. All old members who intend fessor Hackett is well-known in
ent. musical circles for his work min the
Chicago Civic opera company and
t 4:00 p.m. Rain or shine, meet at the Chicago Symphony orchestra.
Prof. Hackett 's brother, Raymond,
is connected with the Chicago
opera company now.
1. in Room'408, Romance Languages The officers of the Glee club for
the, present season are Jerome
-- Howell, president; Romine Hamil-
i., Michigan League Building. It will ton, vice-president; William Kearns,
nterested in art are urged to attend. librarian; and Kenneth Ball, secre-
tary. Sixty-four men comprise the
organization, the largest in recent
eets at 6 o'clock in the Field House. years.

and intestines if they wish to dis-
pose of the carcass otherwise.
Ameel has been arbitrary, how-
ever, in demanding that the man-
ners of sending the carcasses be
uniform. They must be in either a
fresh or a frozen condition, and'
NOTICE!
Quality tailoring in custom made'
clothes. All the new Fall shades.
$35 to $40
CHAS. DOUKAS
1319 South University

Twenty-three states have entered
the fifth Georgia national egg-lay-
ing contest conducted by the state
college of agriculture.
NEAT DESIGNS

CARCASSES INTEREST ZOOLOGISTS
MORE THAN MINK OR COON COATS
Experiments Made to Determine wrapped in crumpled newspapers,
Presence of Lung Worms excelsior or other material that will
in Two Animals. absorb all reakage or dripping. The
package must be covered with
The reign of raccoon and the 3 strong wrapping paper and tied
mink furs has seen its heyday, for tightly, too, said Mr. Ameel.
carcasses are the order of the day The first American evidence of
. . . . at least with the University' this parasitic lung worm that te
department of zoology. zoology department is now irvesht-
Desiring to obtain such carcasses gating was reported from a ca inl-
for the purpose of determining the Ann Arbor more than 35 years ago.
prevalence of parasitic lung worms A few years ago specimens of this
in the mink and 'coon of Michigan, worm in the lungs of a cat were
D. J. Ameel, of the department, has sent to the zoology department
sent letters to schools and individ- I from Hillsdale, while recently an-
uals throughout the state, offering other Ann Arbor cat was found
the sum of 25 cents for the receiptI harboring the worm. It has also
of the carcasses in question. He has been reported from cats in Minne-
been unselfish, nevertheless, in sota, Illinois and Wisconsin, and
offering the senders the option of from a dog in Ohio.
sending in only the lungs, stomach from___dg____h__

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in illustrated, facsimile circulars,
programsetc. Prices moderate.
Work called for and delivered.
MIMEO-PRINT
H. A. Olsen, Mgr. Phone 3447

Solo, Polonaise et Badinerie (Mr. Lion); Giordoni: Caro Mio ben; Ala-
bieff: Russian Nightingale (Mine. Clairbert) Granatos: Spanish Dance
No. 5; Albeniz: Sequidillas (Mr. de Bourguignon); Verdi: La Traviata
(Mme. Clairbert).
The public is respectfully requested to detach from their season
tickets, before leaving home, coupon No. 2, and present it for admission.
Also the public is respectfully requested to be seated on time as the
doors will be closed during numbers.
Graduate School: All graduate students who have not filed a formal
application for the degree which they are seeking should do so at once.
The application forms are available in the office of the Graduate School,
1014 Angell Hall.
Visitors' Night, Angell Hall Observatory. The public is invited to
vilsit the Astronomical Laboratory, 5th floor Angell Hall, to observe the
moon from 7 to 10 p.m., Friday, October 31. Reservations must be made
by calling the Observatory office, University 657, between 9 a.m. and 12
noon on Thursday and Friday.
Children's Rhythm Classes will be held in Barbour Gymnasium every
Saturday morning, beginning November 1, 1930. Children from 5 to 8i
years will meet at 10 o'clock and those from 8 to 12 years at 11 o'clock.
Miss Emily White will conduct these classes.
EVENTS TODAY
The first freshman lecture in Hygiene for men, will be given in
Waterman Gymnasium, today and Friday, October 30 and 31, at
3, 4, and 5 p.m. This requirement includes all freshmen in the regular
physical training classes, athletic groups and others that have been ex-
cused from these groups.
An All-Campus Forum will be held this afternoon at which Professor
J. K. Pollock, Jr., will speak on the subject, "German Politics in Transi-
tion.,"
English 300: The English Seminar will meet -at 8:00 p.m. in Room
408 Library. Mr. Russell Thomas will report on the progress of his in-
vestigations. O. J. CampbeH.
Observatory Journal Club meets in the classroom of the Observatory
Department, 4:15 p.m. Dr. H. D. Curtis will give a paperson "A Hunt
for Coronium," which will be illustrated with lantern slides.

Colloquium in Applied Mechani
Bldg. at 8 p.m. M. J. Thompson of t
the speaker. Subject: Review of Aer
University Girls' Glee Club: Th
p.m. in the Alumnae Room of the Le
to participate this year must be pres
Women's Archery Tournament a
the Field House.
Cercle Francais meets at 7:45 p.m
Building.
Studio Art Club meets at 8:00 p.m
be an open meeting and all persons it
Election of officers.
Executive Board of the W. A. A. in

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Sorority Presidents. Have a representative call at the candy booth
t oday from 11:00 to 12:00 or 1:00 to 2:00 for your sorority's Pan-Hellenic
Banquet tickets.
Forestry School Senior Elections will be held at 5 o'clock today, in
room 2042, Natural Science building.

50c DINNER

COMING EVENTS
Faculty, School of Education:GThere will be
Faculty meeting of the School of Education on
at 12 o'clock in the Michigan League Building.

a staff luncheon and
Monday, November 3,

CLEAR
GRAPE JUICE
Red California unadulterated
23% Pure Grage Sugar
Single Gallon $1.00
FROM
VINEYARD TO CONSUMER
VIA
COLD STORAGE
Phone 7331 or call at
1529 Broadway
RUDY WAGNER
or
ANTHAL BROWN

Michigan League
Cafeteria

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Freshman Group 69 (Barbara H. Bartlett): Will the members of
Group 69 who would like to know the results of their freshmen tests
please call at my office between November 3 and November 7; Monday,
'Nednesday, and Friday from two to three, Tuesday and Thursday from
ten to twelve?
R.O.T.C. Uniforms: All students who ordered uniforms should report
at R. 0. T. C. office during the hours 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Friday, Octo-
ber 31, or 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Saturday, November 1.
Beta Kappa Rho will hold the November party in the Cave of the
Michigan League Saturday at 8:00 p.m. sharp.

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Newcomers' Section, F a c u 1 t y
Women's Club: Wives of new mem-
bers of the Faculty, as well as mem-
bers of the Newcomers' Section, are
cordially invited to be present at a
tea given by Mrs. John R. Effinger
at her home, 1035 Martin Place,
from 3 until 6 o'clock.
Hillel Players: Tryouts for the
initial presentation of the year, a
program of one-act plays, at 7 p.m.
in the Alpha Nu room (4003 Angell
Hall).
Catholic Men Students are invited
to attend a smoker at 8:00 p.m. in
the Chapel Auditorium.
Michiganensian Women's Staff:
There will be a meeting of the wom-
en's editorial staff at 4 o'clock to-
day in the offices in the Press build-
ing. Women's Editor.

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