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PA TWO

THE. MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER, 3, 1930

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CHARLES A. LINDMEI
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Office of

rRegistrar

Will Give

Oiit Printed Schedules
Tomorrow.

NO IMPORTANT CHANGES1
Tests for Beginning Languaige
~CQ~rses Will Not Come
on Same Day.
F~xamination schedules for the
first semester will be issued tomor-
row in the office of the registrar,
room 4, University hall, Prof. Daniel
Rich announced yesterday. Little
chiange has been made in the sched-
ule for this ' semest3r, although
students in the bci:~cl~language
courses will be examined on differ-'
ent days, instead of on the samel
day as in the past.
The schedule for 1931, which be-
gins Jan. 31 and ends on Feb. 13,
is as follows :
Monday at 1, Saturday, Jan. 31,
_). im.
Mocnday at 1:1, Monday, Feb. 2,
Tuesday at 1, and English 1, Mon-
dlay,. Feb. 2, p. in.
Monday at 9, Tuesday, Feb. 3,
German 1, 2, 31, 32; Education
.AI, and business Ad. 151, Tuesday,
Feb 3, p.mi.
Monday at S8, Weanesday, Feb. 4,
a. im.
~French 1, 2, 11, 31, 32, 41, 111, 112,
1.53, and 154, and Business Ald. 161,
Wednesday, ,Feb. 4, p. in.
Tuesday at 9, Thursday, Feb. 5,
a. im.
Economics 57., 52, 101, Business
Ad. 111, and Education CI, Thurs-
da.y, Feb. 5~, r. mn.
Tuesday at 10, Friday, Feb. 6, a.
Mp.
Tuesda~y at 11, ;Friday, Feb. 6, 1).
,in.
Tu~esday at. ~, S turd=°4ay, Feb. '7,
a. in.
Poljtickal Sceence 1, 51, 107, Rusi-
ness Acd. 1U1, Edija >o ei 1120, and
Music B1, '-aturdcay' ?Feb. '7, p. in.
Tuiesday at 2, Buineass Ad. 205,
Monday, Feb. 9, a,. isn.
Matieia ties 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and
Econ. 121, MTon-day, Feb. 9, p. in.
Monday at 10, Tuesday, Feb. 10,
Monday at 3, Tuesday, Feb. 10,
p. in.
,Spanish 1, 2, 31, and 32, Wednes-
,.ay, Feb. 11, a. m.
Monday at 2, Wednesday, Feb. 11,
p.. m.
Speech 31, 32, and Geography 1,
fThursday, Feb. 12, a. in.
Sociology 51, 52, and 141, Thurs-~
day, Feb. 12, p. in.
Psychology 31, Friday, Feb. 13,
a. in.
Examination hours will be from 9
,to .12 in the morning and from 2
to 5 in the afternoon.
The examination schedules may
be had, by calling at room 4, Uni-
versity hall after toda.y.

IGH TESTS NEW 600-HORSEPOWER WlT GE01 lPNdARGOYLE COVER WILL DEPICT
POR~; MAKESI S-MILES AN HOUR SPEED UDIi urPUBLIC NOVEL SLANT ON CHRISTMAS STORY
u~~ i Y ihtat sie ;ic of a ts Hurnot C. Showers, '31, editor of the Oar-
..,'~ .~.. ~UIW U IIIILILJL M ei k. Phcaed goyle, and Jack Cutting, '32.
~.tenx M ac "-11,rsi ay= The second of Gargoyle's Girl-
:":":;: :: arbara H. Bartlett alks j f-the-MnhCu"pcueas
on. Importance of Public A new "1 i on he old, old Christ- appears in this number. It is a
He lt titingL'a Stow svit'! be gr phically ea- 1photograph of Harriet Hoctor who
_ ruie e. tufc ,:c< :efthe December is, at present, dancing with Ed
Althou gh public health nursing ~c >Grn ~ciwl oWypn inmuia comedy.
in the Unied States may be termn h icu c1, htea- Fo hIneie hita
I Tifeep"cGargoyle has inctheead-
f Sxed a recent development, in the last1 vel ures of h fourth Vise Man gife' agyehsicue
40 years it has demonstrated its'I about whom little has been known page of suggestions with notations
true worth i many commu itiu il VO(Cnty1 Tahe arist has com- as to their particular suitability,
<.:... bind his techncal ability with a while an article on "Christmas
Dr. arbaa H.Bartctt.ofkte l.e insiet fr ie human qul- Pageants," by John S. Marshall, '32,
:::.."...::.'::public health nursing deartnt, ties of great it uresC in history. It does much to elucidate the peculiar
statd ystedaydurig te Uai-was dsged -. ' <, tte:by Pul hsoyo hsisiuin
pp' . versity radio hour. - -_______________
"In our large cites, through the
visiting nurse; association and the jI
F de' artments of health, nany ra -
uate nurses have been employed to A gteB stad t
..xb:: .<:: : :.a;<: "visit patient ill in thei awn RFeasonable Prices
Assocted rcss 'hot homes," she said.
gh before they took off at Hasbrouck Heights, N J., to tt a new 6O"treda haial atvt
for the sick poor who could not af- 4
nle in which they broke the trans -conatiniental speed record last Easter. i or hospital care 01' employ pr's.- F
hour. Mrs. Lindbre: took the controls part of the timec. vate nurses, the agencies have M A I
--- ---- - --broadened their sope to includeI
1rFr - - ~D families who can pay pa.t or all
DETROIT PA YERSILI of the expense of the public health NI .I-1
W 1a 'S TO APPEAR HERE ,nurse's visit. There arc still manyhoehwvrsesad"hreGRM
" In the Balconv," a laboratory one member of the family i in
Goinig4.5tsafe need of skilled cae. VCean, Plaant and With Excellent Service
play by Robert Browning will be: "In 1907, there were 000 public
presented at 41 o'clock,thsaer health nurses. Now there are over
Gn on in the Laboratory theater,i 12,000," she said.Fo adequateC)°,Y BOKNRHF MHILADT IU
__________ ____ 1ormneriy Mimes, by members of the" service it is estimated that one
ITheater Arts club of Detroit. public health nurse is needed for_______________
THEATES. IThe cast for the production in- every two thousand peole. This
Majestic-Rube Goldber's "Soup chaocls Lerito Fulwel, Kathryn Sla- is blieved to be fair ratio to main-
to Nuts." doon and Alice Stroh. Kathryn Vin- tain a community healthy, accord-
Micign-Haf hotatSurie"cent Mayer is the director. ing to Dr. Bartlett.___
___Michigan-Half_______Shot__ at__S______________A , --Ax,,4 -wwb

Col. and Mrs. Charles A. Lindberg
horsepower motor installed in -the plat
lie obtained a speed of .185 miles anl
TA'LKS 1IN__DETROIT
Prominent Members to be Heardl
in Cultural Lecture Series
During Winter.
IPresentation of a series of 10 lec-t
I tures by prominent faculty mem-
bers is part of the winter program
of the University of Michigan club
of Detroit. The series, which will
be heard by several hundred alumnij
in Detroit, has been arranged by
the bureau of alumni relations.
The course is non-technical in'a
character and has been planned to I
meet the demand for a popular
course along general cultural lines.
It is similar in many respects to
the course of lectures which is be-
ing sponsored by the Ingleside club
of Detroit which organized a Mich-
igan group recently to hear a ser-
ies of talks by University profes-
sors.
Prof. C. D. Thorpe, of the Eng-
lish department, will speak Dec.8
on "How and What to Read;" Prof.
1. L. Sharfman, of the economics
department, will discuss "Govern-
ment and Business," Dec. 15; Prof.
John B. Waite, of the Law school,
will take as his topic, Eec. 22, "The
Policeman's Problem."
Prof. R. G. Rodkey, of the busi-
ness administration school will dis-
cuss "Investments Wise and 0.'her-
wise," Dec. 28; Prof. B. M. Dona .-
son, of the fine arts department;
will speak on "Modern Art," Jan. 5.
"Modern American Drama" will be
the topic of Prof. 0. J. Campbell,
of the English department, Jan.
12.
Prof. E. J. Stalker, of the engi-
neering college, will speak Jan. 19
on "The Failure in Aviation," and
Prof. H. H. Bartlett, director of
botanical gardens, will speak Jan.
26 on "Some Recent Developments,
in Science."

with Bert Wheeler, Robert Wool-
sey, and Dorothy Lee.
Wuerth-Corinne G r if f Li t h in
"Back Pay."
GENERAL.
Concert--The M' sl al Arts quar-
tet on Chamber Music society ser-
ies, 8:15 o'clock, Lydia MVendels:ohn
theatre.
KOrgan Recital-Palmer Christ-
ian, University o r gan i st, 4:15
l o'clock, 1-Fill auditorium.
Lecture- Scott Nearing on "The
World Economic Crisis." Sponsored
by Round Table club; 4:15 o'clock,
Natural Science auditorium.
BRIGHT SPOT
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TODAY, 5:30 to 7:3)
BREADED VEAL CUTLETS,
BAKEDJELLY
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BAKED SWEET OR IRISH
POTATOES
CREAKED CORN
WAX BEANS
SAUSAGE AND EGGS
CORN BREAD
35c
WE DELIVER PHONE 8241

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JEWELER AND OPTOME'
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DOUBLE FEATURE PRO(
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Fannie Hurst's grecat story. Corinne's outstandir
One of the season's better pictures.
AND
WILLIAM CLLIE
IN
"COLLEGE COUE'
High speed romance of young love with a dramatic
Short.

SHOP
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'd 2:00, 3:40 IL
7:00, 9:00
GRAM
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inn Vitaphone success.
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Rec ital
£ v e r y Wednesday
afternoon at 4:15
during the school
year unless other-
wise .annoned.

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PROUCTION EVER STAGED IN ANN ARBOR

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CHRISTMAS CARDS

and

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MAKE TICKET
ERVATIONS
MAIN DESK AT
UNION.

RES-
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AT OUR
Pre-Christmas Sale
ON

GIF4 1TS
Make Your Selections Now and Avoid
Disappointment Later

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THE MIMES ALL-CAMPIUS REVUE, DECEMBER

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AT THE FORMER MIMES THEATRE-TICKETS ALL PRICED AT $1.50
A Glorious Riot of Fun--Songs-Dances-Skits
Also A Newsreel Featuring Prexy, joi Bursicy, Bud Rea, And Others
In "Private Scandals."
DON'T ISS THIS LAUGH-PROVOKING GLOOM CHASER
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111I1 SOUTH UNIVERSITY
HAL BLCKEAST OF CAMPUS

usclMerhnds
INSTRUMENTS
Violins at Substantial _Reduction.
Slide Trombones (with case) at 20% discount.
Gibson T enor Banjo and Case................. $25.00
Gibson an0oli, now ........ .,...22.50
tUsedi 0~10 aybell Banjo Reduced to ...... $30.00
Bb Clarinet O is............................ $17.50
Used Snare Drums for only $10.00
Ukuleles at as much as 20% less
Harmonicas at Discount of 20%

PHONE 4744

DAILY AT
2:00, 3:40
7:00, 9:00
P. M.

LAST
TIMES
TODAY

MI HIGA

ALL SEATS '10c

DAILY
EXCEPT
SUNDAY
1:30, 2:30

JOY MONTH SPECIAL
All seats 10c until 2:00 o'clock on week.-day matinees
BERT . ROSY.
MIGHTY STARS O T "THE" CUCKOOS" j
0 ""1 AX 5

RADIOS
Model 131, Brunswick Model 15 at
subostantial Reductions.

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GoodU~ Pianos at prices ranging
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from

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A h~go sp yof sheet music and mnusic
boo ata generous discount.

IN ADDITION

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