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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.
SATURDAY, NOV. 22,.
1930 NO. 48
Graduate School: Students enrolled in the Graduate School will not
be permitted to drop courses after Thanksgiving. A course is not offi--
cially dropped until it is reported in the office of the Graduate School,
1014 Angell Hall.
Detroit Symphony Orchestra: The Detroit Symphony Orchestra un-
der the baton of Ossip Gabrilowitsch, conductor, will give the fifth pro-
gram in the Choral Union Concert Series, Monday night, November 24,
in HL11 Auditorium at 8:15 o'clock. Mr. Gabrilowitsch has built the fol-
lowing program for this occasion: Beethoven: Overture, "Prometheus";
Rachmaninoff: Second Symphony in E minor, Opus 27, Largo-Allegro
moderato, Allegro Molto, Adagio, Allegro vivace; Vaughan Williams:
Norfolk Rhapsody; Balakirev: Oriental Fantasy, "Islamey."
All eligible women interested in selling at the Bazaar, please sign up
before Friday, Nov. 28 on the slips which will be posted in all houses.
Faculty Concert Postponed: Out of respect for Dr. Arthur W. Stalk-
er whose funeral services will take place Sunday afternoon, the faculty
concert announced for Hill Auditorium has been postponed one week,
until Sunday, November 30, at 4:15 o'clock, at which time Arthur Hack-
ett, tenor, Wassliy Beserkirsky, violinist, with piano accompaniments by
Constance Hackett and Mabel Ross Rhead, will provide a miscellaneous
All University women not living in a League House, Sorority, or
dormitory, who are interested in athletics of any kind are asked to turn
in their names to Office 15, Barbour Gymnasium by five o'clock Monday,
Foreign Students: Please notify Morton Frank at Lane Hall whether
will be at the International banquet Thanksgiving eve, if you have
already done so.
SYALE PROFESSORDEUTERMINTS AGE
OF EARTH WITH NEW INSTRUMENTS
Associated Press Photo
Alois F. Kovarick, professor of physics at Yale university, shown
bes2de the instruments with which he determined the age of the earth
to be 1,852,000,000 years.
the Guild will meet at three o'clock at Wesley Hall and from there they
will attend the funeral services in a group.
Hackley Butler, President of Chamber of Commerce in Ann Arbor
anci world citizen, will address Presbyterian student classes at 12 o'clock
noon, Sunday, Nov. 23. Subject: "Soviet Conditions in Russia." All stu-
dents and townspeople are welcome.
Pan-Hellenic Programs will be distributed at the candy booth in
U. Hall on Monday and Tuesday afternoons from 1 to 3 p.m. Tickets
must be presented before any programs will be given out.
The Student Vouiteer Group will meet in Harris Hail at 8:30 a.m.,
Liberal Student's Union: The other side of the war question will be
discussed by Professor Alfred 11. White, of the Chemical Engineering
Department, in a talk on "Preparedness," at the First Unitarian Church,
State and Huron Streets, at 7:30 p.m., Sunday.
Undergraduate Mathematics Club: Thomas Flynn, '32E, will address
The meeting in room 316 at the Union Tuesday night, November 27th,
on "The Probability in Dice"
Mimes Revue Publicity Committee: There will be an important
meeting Monday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock in staff office No. 2 in 'the
MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS
ruening Tells Rural Delegates
to Reichstag of Serious
BERLIN, Nov. 21.-The German
government, which has notified
h° world that it may be compelled
to invoke measures of safeguard
provided for in the Young plan,
turned its attention today to a
Germany-wide campaign for econ-
While the front pages of the
Owspapers were filled with stor-
'ces and comment on yesterday's
speech of Dr. Julius Courtius, for-
eign minister, intimating the pos-
ihility of a moratorium or the
convening of a special advisory
committee, Chancellor Bruening
took up the economic battle on the
'Ihat the call for utmost econ-
omy should penetrate to the most
remote corners of the Reich, Chan-
ceflor Bruening addressed a dele-
gation from rural communities
i~cw meeting here. This was the
ist time that a chancellor had
May Enter Phillips
Three scholarships from t h e
Henry J. Phillips bequest of 1896
to the University, are available this
year to freshman students who
had credit in Latin or Greekfor
The awards are $50 each and
will be made on the basis of com-
petitive examinations to be held on
December 5 and 6. Those interest-
ed are requested to register in the
Latin or Greek offices.
Students winning the scholar-
ships are requested to pursue,
during their year of tenure, one
four hour course in Latin and one
in Greek, each semester. If the
committee in charge, which con-
sists of President Alexander G.
Ruthven, Dean John R. Effinger,
Prof. Campbell Bonner and Prof.
John G. Winter, deems him worthy.
a successful candidate, after his
year of tenure, may be permitted
to retain the scholarship for a sec-
ond year. In making the awards
the character of the applicants
will be considered, according with
the terms of the Phillips' will.
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Notice: The new Campus Telephone Directories have been delivered
to University phones during the past week. If any were missed, please
phone Mr. Anderson in the Business Office.
Shirley W. Smith, Vice President and Secretary.
University Symphony Orchestra: Broadcasting Saturday, 7 p.m. at
Mogris Hall. Important rehearsal Sunday at 9:30 a.m.
Craftsmen: Meet tonight at the Masonic Temple at 7:30. All Masons
on the campus are invited to take part.
Fourth Thomas Spencer Jerome Lecture, "Evidences of Christianity
in the Private Letters," by Professor J. G. Winter, Tuesday, November 25,
at 4:15 p.m., Room D, Alumni Memorial Hall.
Public Lecture: Mr. Charles F..Andrews, intimate friend of Gandhi
and Tagore, will give an address on the subject, "The Indian Crisis, An
Interpretation," on Monday, November 24, at 4:15 p.m., Natural Science
Auditorium, under the auspices of the Cosmopolitan Club.
Special Student Council Meeting Monday, November 24, at 7:30 p.m.
Ali Former Ohio State University Students: The Ohio State Univer-
sity group in this vicinity is planning an informal dinner for Dr. W. O.
Thompson, to be held at 6:00 p.m., Friday, Nov. 28, in the Michigan
League building. Will all former students of Ohio State please com-
municate with Mr. H. J. Watson, phone 6084, or Mr. Harry Hummel,
Plymouth road, at once, as the time for preparation is rather short.
Wyvern will meet at 8:00 p.m. Tuesday, Michigan League.
Pegasus will ride from the Fairground stables Sunday, November 23,
at 9:00 a.m. Order horses at Ann St. stable.
J-Hop Committee will hold a meeting at 6 o'clock Sunday nigi f in
room 304 of the Union.f
Nulcans will meet at the Union on Sunday, November 23, at 5 9C
p.m. Professor W. L. Badger will speak.
Phi Eta Sigma: Initiation of new members at 4:45 Monday, Novern
ber 24, in room 302 of the Union, followed by a short meeting to elect r
new secretary. All old members are requested to attend.
Dr. Ora S. Duffendack, Assistant Professor of Physics, will speak
on "The Character of Judas as Portrayed in the Oberammergau Passion
Play," at the Baptist Guild House, Sunday, at 6:30 p.m.
Prof. Carr, of the Sociology Department, will address the Presby-
terian Student group on "Social and Religious Needs of some Districts
of Ann Arbor," at 6:30 Sunday night in the church parlors. Everybody
The Wesleyan Guild: Because of the death of Dr. A. W. Stalker
there will be no services at Wesley Hall Sunday, Nov. 23. Members of
R USSIA EXPflESSEO
Commissar for Foreign A ff irs
Voices Extreme Disapproval
by Soviet Government.
(By .^~, 7~0 iliC! 1' (tr
GENEVA, Nov. 21.-Maxim Lt.-
vinoff, Soviet commissar for forcig-
affairs, expressed his government',,
broad disapproval of proceeding;
in the preparatory diss rmamcn
commission at today's session of
that body here.
M. Litvinoff's reproaches were
loosed when the commission, afte
completing the second reading of
the main body of is draft conven-
tion, began consideration of pro-
posals for establishment of a per-
manent disarmament commission
for direction of a disarmament pro-
gram under any general treaty
whi^h ry be concluded.
The Soviet foreign minister serv-
ed warning that such a supervisory
body would be entirely unaccepta-
ble to the Soviet government if it
were under control of the League
of Nations, and he proceeded to
make caustic comment on the draft
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ANN ARBOR TRUST BLDG.
aken the trouble personally to ex- L ULL4%I IAJLCO
vlain the German financial situa- #First Sketching Classt
tion to rural representatives.
Situation Serious. "Considering that it was the first
The situation, he said, was today class of its sort to be introduced on
more serious than at the end of the campus, the Studio Art club's
the inflation year of 1923, for the sketch class held Thursday night in
government cuu:d not repeat its the freehand drawing room of the
expedient of issuing a new renten- Architectural bui'lding proved quite
mark, successful," Lorne E. M a r s h a 11,
Neither could the government '31A, president of the organization,
promise a radical cure for the ills said yesterday.
besetting the farmers within the A. M. Valerio, of the art faculty,
next six months or a year, but a was in charge of the class and it is
bexixig hs born madyeatorua-expected that he will speak at an-
beginning has been made to grap- other one in the near future. The
ple with their financial difficulties next meeting of the organization
and so avoid collapse. . will be held on Tuesday night,!
"Whoever thinks reparations a- Marshall announced,
.one are the cause of all our_______________
troubles closes his eyes to the-
truth," the chancellor said. "The ALTERING and REPAIRING
German people and its leaders dur- All kinds of altering and repairing
ing the last few years have wholly done at reasonable cost. Ladies work
overestimated the country's econ- a specialty. Bring in your -.vardrobe
omic possibilities and by superfiu- for repair..
ous building have created quite a 1319 South University
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