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DAILY

FRIDAY, 7 O VF1 B 7-,R 14, 1930

THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 14, 1930

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DAILY OFFICIALBULLETIN
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.
VOL. XLI. FRIDAY, NOV. 14, 1930. N. 41
NOTICES
Fall Games: With the consent of the Deans of their respective col-
leges, Freshmen and Sophomores in the Colleges of Literature, Science,
and the Arts, Engineering and Architecture, and Pharmacy, and in the
curriculum in School Health and Physical Education, are i'n accordance
with custom excused from classes Saturday morning, November 15, for
the purpose of participating in the annual Fall Games.
Alexander G. Ruthven.
Prospective Applicants for the present B. S. - M. D. Curriculum:
Owing to the increased requirements for admission to the Medical School
the general situation has been somewhat altered and students now In
residence who are expecting to apply for admission to the B. S. - M. D.
curriculum are advised to confer with me at their earliest convenience.
John R. Effinger.
Notice to all students: The research group who are studying the
causes and control of dental caries are in need of additional cases who{
are immune to that disease. A compensation will be pad to any indi-
vidual who has had no decay of his teeth who will report for observation
to Dr. Philip Jay in the Dental Building.

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Geology 31 Bluebook: Students whose names begin with A to Sm Glee Club Will Sing
will meet in room 23 Angell Hall, the others Sm through the alphabet
will meet in 1121 Natural Science basement, the Psychological lecture on Pontiac Program
room, near the West entrance of the building.
Semi-classical numbers and Uni-
EVENTS TODAY versity songs will comprise the con-
cert to be given by the Men's Glee
Color Exhibition containing examples of color in nature and color club tonight on the Methodist
work of students in Decorative Design courses, College of Architecture. church society's program in Ponti-
Open to the public, daifly from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., November 14 to Novem- ac. This concert will be the sec-
ber 26, inclusive. First floor corridor, Architectural Building. ond one of the season for the or-
ganiza.tion, . the first one having

LOCAL ART ASSOCIATION PRESENTS
VARIED DISPLAY AT ANNUAL EXHIBIT

Paintings, Etchings,
Tapestries, Wood

Sculptury,
Carvings

Featured at Show.

Art works of every shape and de-
sign are being displayea. in the

Chemical Engineering Students: Dr. Harry Curtis of Yale, President
of the National Research Council and international authority on nitro-
gen fixation, will speak at 4:30 in the A. I. Ch. E. Chapter room, 3201
East Engineering Building. All chemical engineers should attend.
Pan-Hellenic Ball Committee meets at 4:00 p.m., Michigan League.
Men's Glee Club: All members making the trip to Pontiac meet
promptly at 5 p.m. at the Union dressed in street clothes. Come pre-
pared to change to full dress at Pontiac.
Pi Tau Pi Sigma: Initiation and banquet in Room 306 Michigan
Union at 5 p.m. All actives who are planning to attend please notify
R. Bruce, phone 6552.
All Lutheran students and their friends are invited to "Ye Olde
HaMye-lofte Partie" at Zion Parish Hall, 309 E. Washington St., 8:00 p.m.
COMING EVENTS e
Third Thomas Spencer Jerome Lecture, "The Life of the People in
Town and Country, Part Two," by Professor J. G. Winter, Tuesday, No-
vember 18, at 4:15 p.m., Room D, Alumni Memorial Hall.
Mr. Gilbert K. Chesterton, the second number on the Oratorical
Association program, will speak at Hill Auditorium Saturday evening,

been last Sunday. eighth annual local exhibiu of the
The whole club, consisting of 64 Ann Arbor Art association which is
men, will make the trip, leaving in progress at the galleries in Alum-
Ann Arbor late in the afternoon. ni Memorial hall. Not only are there
Prof. Arthur Hackett, new direc- being exhibited paintings, etchings,
tor of the club, will lead the organ- sculpture, and tapestries, but also
ization during the program. model boats, wood carvings, rugs,
_ -panels and patterns.
Paintings are in the majority of
J. D., will speak Sunday evening on the works exhibited. Portraits, land-
"International Law and 0 r d e r." scapes, still life, and studies of dif-
Students invited. ferent phases of life are to be

viewed in every form from etchings
to oils. Sculpture is the next mosc
popular form of art, a inmber of
busts arad figures being distributed
throughout the halls.
Tapestries and panels are alro
hung and can be seen in every con-
ceivable pattern and design, while
some woodcuts and models of boats
are being shown. A few colored pat-
terns are exhibited also.
Some interesting sidelights of the
exhibit have also been revealed.
Among the total of nearly 200 ex-
hibitors showing works, many are
students and faculty of the Univer-
sity art school and Ypsilanti State
Normal college. The ages of the ex-
hibiting artists range from 15 to 70.

Students, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture: Your attention
is hereby called to the fact that Saturday, November 22, will be the final
day for removing incompletes. This is in accordance with the ruling
that. if credit for a course is to be given, the work in the course must
be completed before the end of the eighth week of the semester of resi-
dence next succeeding that in which the course was elected.
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
This is the last day for free registration with the Bureau. After today, a
late registration fee of one dollar will be charged. Early registration
is advisable as many positions will have been opened and closed before
the records of late registrants are complete.
Phillips Scholarship: Three scholarships of $50 each are available to
Freshman students who have presented Latin and Greek, or Latin alone,
for entrance to the University. The awards will be made on the basis
of competitive examinations which will be held on December 5 and 6.'
Students wishing to enter the contest should place their names with
Professor Campbell Bonner or Professor A. R. Crittenden no later than
November 22.
A complete statement of the conditions of the competition will be
found on the bulletin board opposite Room 2009 Angell Hall and on pages
6 and 7 of the University Bulletin entitled "Scholarships, Prizes, and
Loan Funds" which may be obtained at the office of the Secretary. ,
For additional information students may see Professor Bonner, 2020
Angell Hall, or Professor Crittenden, 2026 Angell Hall.
Alexander G. Ruthven
John R. Effinger
Campbell Bonner
John G. Winter
Committee in charge.
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November 15, at 8:00 p.m.
Speech 31 Mid-Semester Exami-
nation will be held on Monday, No-
vember 17, at 4:00 p.m. Students
whose names begin with A to I will
meet in Room 25, Angell Hall. Stu-
dents whose names begin with K
to Z will meet in Room 1025, Angell
Hall.
Junior and Senior Engineering
Students will be excused from class-
es at 11 o'clock on Monday, Nov. 17,
to attend a lecture by Dr. L. M.
Gilbreth in Lydia Mendelssohn
Theater on "Work Analysis a Func-
tion of Management."
Wyvern will meet at 9:00 Satur-
day morning in the Russian Tea
Room.
Congregational Student Fellow-
ship: Prof. Edwin D. Dickinson,

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Baptist Students Guild: at 6:30
Sunday evening three students will
discuss the winning qualities of
three modern religious or moral
leaders. General participation is in-
vIted. A social hour with refresh-
ments precedes the discussion.
Sophomore Women who w'sh to
serve as waitresses in the Cabaret
should get in touch with Aileen
Clark at 23203 or Jane Fecheimer
at 22249 before Tuesday.
IFinance Committee of the Soph-
omore Cabaret: There will be a
meeting of the committee at 4:00
this afternoon in Barbour Gym.
If interested in horseback
riding why not get the
thrill at
LOSEY'S
RIDING, BARDIG AND
SALE STABLES
Visitors welcome. Patronage
appreciated.
One mile from pavement on
South State Street Road.
Will call for and return
Riding Parties.
For appointment call 733F21.

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glass of Arbor Springs . . . usC that old method of
the blindfold test . . . and you will agree, there s
no comparison. The difference is CONTRAST . . .
a decided contrast between the excellent and mediocre!

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Every Saturday Night
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"PATCH O' BLUE" ORCHESTRA
9 to 12 p. m. Park Plan

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Saturday,_Nov. 15
Make tp your party now to
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to WM. KURTH (formerly of Blossom
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Joe Reichman and Orchestra with
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60 Sheets

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