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TUESDAY, Z 4TW *', 1930

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9NOII TFourth Floor Is Refurnished; viously they have been on the third
9T NIN; $aloomProvdedWit floor. They have been moved to
itaulroom NIONvOded With make them more accessible to the
4O New Draperies. students.
1 On the fourth floor, comprising
New facilities, including the en the bedroom facilities of the Union, Chesterton, A
-- largement of the cafeteria by more 12,000 square feet of cork tiling: Oratorica
Speeches by Prominent Faculty than 50 percent and an addition have been laid. In addition, newl
nproviding for the student offices of draperies and considerable new
and Student Leaders Will the Union, have been added to the furniture have been provided. The CKETS N
Feature Program. building during the summer. ballroom has been supplied with
- During the past year, the cafe- new draperies and the kitchen on Admiral Richar
'RID CAPTAIN TO TALK teria in the basement of the Union the main floor has been newly polar explorer, ha
served more than a half million equipped. open the Oratoric
table havebeenincresed.nothhenmn n n K i
nmeals. This year the serving
Entertainment Inci-ides Cheers,; tables have been increased. Bath ture series on No
Group Singing: Tickets the old and the new part of the Hannounced yester
rpSinin.ickecafeteria have been equipped with ser, ]lusiness ma:
on Sale t Union. accoustical ceilings to reduce noise. soiation. He w
nThe dishwashing apparatus has oiathogHe fc
Informal speeches by prominent been moved further from the din- through the efo
faculty and student leaders, in- ding rooms for the same reason. Hobbs and Goup
eluding a short talk from James The Student Offices, providing ~~department, and
0. H. (Ducky) Simrall, '31, captain facilities for the president, the re- Approved List of Rooms Is drtmt out
of the football team, and several cording-secretary, the manager, Ptrip the S
of the other varsity men, will be and the various committees, haveP Posted for Aid to New prof. Gould wa
the features of the annual all- lbeen moved to the first floor. Pre- Students. command.



dso Appear on
d E. Byrd, noted.
s been engaged to
al Association lec-
vember 10, it was
day by Henry Mo-
nager of the As-
as brought here

(Continued from Page 1) ion February 2, and February 10.
violinist. He has been decorated, in Tickets for the series may be had
recognition of his services, with the by mailing applications to Prof.
Cross of the Crown of Italy, has Sink. The prices are $12, $10, $8,
been made Chevalier of the Legion and $6, according to location. The
of Honor, and is the first American $12 tickets are designated as Pa-
ever to sit- as a judge of the exam- tron's tickets, and automatically
inations of the Paris Conservatoire., carry the privilege of retaining the
Paul Robeson, negro baritone, will same seat location for the May Fes-
present the ninth concert, and 1 tival upon payment of $5 additional'
Serge Rachmaninoff, Russian pian- later in the year. If any season
ist-composer, will give the tenth tickets remain unsold after the 6th
and last of the series. Mr. Robe- of October, they will be broken up
son will be remembered for his and sold for single concerts.
famous interpretation of the role of All concerts will begin at 8:15
"Othello." The last two take place o'clock, Eastern Standard Time.

There will be a meeting of the
Executive council of the Union at
6:45 o'clock today In the Student
offices of the Union.
During the week the offices
will be open from 10 until 12
o'clock every morning. All com-
mitteeman should report.
Albert F. Donohue,



arts of Professors j
d, of the Geology
will talk on his
h Pole, on which
s his second-in-

Providing aid for the studeWilliam Hard, well known Wash-
the selection and securing ofingon newspaper man, was en- I
rooms, the Rooming Bureau, regu- gaged to appear on last year's ser-
larly located in room 2, University ies, but was unable to do so because
hall, has been moved to the main he had to cover the London Naval
lobby of the Union where it will Conference. He will give a lecture
remain during the next two weeks.
All approved rooms available for on December 4. Carveth Wells, ex-
student use are listed there and plorer, humorist, and author, will
students seeking rooms will be present the third lecture. He will
aided in their selection if they re- talk on his recent expedition to the
port there.
Attention is called to the Univer- Malay Jungle, and will also show
sity ruling which requires that motion pictures. Among the fan-
freshmen must live in approved tastic sights will be fish that wink
rooming houses and that no un- from tree tops, deer and bear seven
married nale students may live in inches in height, and bouncing fish
apartments not under the direct balls.
supervision of a householder in Grand Duchess Marie of Russia,
residence. iwhose autobiography and recent ar-
ticles in the Saturday Evening Post
Union Provides Bureau f"aroused much attention, will be the
.;{lecturer on February 19. She will
of Campus Information talk on conditions before and after
the Revolution in Russia.
During orientation week, an In- The fifth speaker will be the pop-
formation bureau will be operated ular Graf Felix von Luckner, who
at the registration desk in the main will tell students the complete story
lobby of the Union. of his bucaneering trip on March
Freshmen, in particular, are ex- 3. Because of the many requests
pected to take advantage of this for another appearance, the officers
service. Any questions pertaining of the association decided to engage
to the location or operation of any him once again.
of the various units of the' Unii- Gilbert IR. Chesterton, England's
versity will be answered as fully as literary genius, will be the sixthr
possible. speaker on the program. A definite
date for his appearance will be an-'
REVOLUTIONARY TRAITQR "IWhile the number of speakers
HAVERSTRAW, N. Y., Sept.'22 -- has been reduced this year," stated
A monument perpetuating the Moser, "only outstanding people
memory of a traitor was unveiled have been selected. This season's
Sunday. course is being brought to Ann Ar-
Three boulders surmounted by a bor at a higher cost than any other
Revolutionary War cannon and in the history of the Association."
bearing a tablet now mark the spot Applications for tickets may be
Ion which Benedict Arnold, then a made now at room 3211 in Angell
major-general in the COntinental! hall. The prices will be $3.50, $3,
Army, met Maj. John Andre, the and .$2.50, according to location.
British spy. These are prices for season tickets.

to all the students as
to school.

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