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THE MICHIGAN DAILY 3UND)

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

CONCERT
Organ Recital: E. William Doty, Instructor in Organ in the School!
of Musie, will give the following program, Wednesday, Oct. 28, at 4:15!
o'clock oin Hill auditorium, to which the general public is invited:
Hollins: Concert Overture in C Minor; Franck: Cantabile; Bach:
Toccata and Fugue in D Minor; Bonnet: Romance Sans Paroles; Reger:'
Ave Marie; Ferrata: Scherzino; Vierne: Final from the Fourth Organ
Symphonie.

COMING EVENTS

Publication in the
of the University.
the President until

Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
Copy received at the office of the Assistant to
3:30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday.

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VOL. XLII.

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1931

No. 251

MEETINGS TODAY

NOTICES
Students of the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: Students
wishing to become candidates for a University Scholarship (value from
W00 to $100), may obtain blank applications in the Modern Language
uilding, Room 112. There are three Mandelbaum Scholarships open
o men only. There will be some Marsh and Strong Scholarships open
o all literary students, the value of which will be $200 or $100. These
>lanks must be filled out and returned not later than November 9. No
appication will receive consideration after that date, and awards will
3e made not later than December first.
H. P. Thieme, Chairman, Scholarship Committee.
Phi Beta Kappa: The local Chapter is constantly being asked to
urnish addresses of merpbers of other Chapters who are for the time
iving\in the city. The Secretary will be glad to receive the addresses of
dl Phi Beta Kappa members in the Faculty or among the Students who
lave recently come to Ann Arbor and of any who have not been receiving
he notices sent out by Alpha of Michigan since coming to the city. They
nay be sent by U. S. Mail or by Campus Post to the Secretary, 3233
kngell Hall, O. F. Butler, Secretary.
Members of the Faculties, Administrative Officers, and Office Em-
floyees: The Faculty Directory for 1931-1932 is being mailed out to the
nembers of the Faculty at their house addresses. Since the names have
een checked with the official records for title, and since the central
fices are using this directory as an official list, it is particularly desir-
ble that any errors or omissions be reported at once to the Editorial
division, 108 Mason Hall (Campus Exchange 374).
Ira M. Smith, Registrar.
Princeton Special: Reservations for the specials to New York City
nd Princeton next week-end may be made at the Union Side Desk from
2 to 6 p. m. daily.
Hopwood Awards: At a meeting of the Committee, Oct. 3, 1931, the
Allowing rules were passed:
1. "All part-time graduate students who take an aggregate of tenJ
ours a year, doing dork of passing grade, shall be eligible to compete
or the Hopwood awards."
2. "No student, having won a major award in a Hopwood contest,
hall be allowed to enter a subsequent contest without the permission of
he Committee. Under no circumstance shall a student who has received
major award be permitted to -
:mpete for a minor awar.
3. "No manuscript which has re-
eived a prize in a Hopwood contest
hall be considered as eligible in
ny subsequent contest although a
ejected manuscript may be pre-
ented a second time."
Additional information concern-
ag thedapthednwirdsmay T
btained at the English Office.
Dommittee on Hopwood Awards. r a

University Symphony Orchestra: Important rehearsal this morn-
ing at 9:30, in Hill auditorium.
Oriental Women's Club: General election of officers for the year at
3:30 p. m., at the League.
Philippine-Michigan Club: 'Regular meeting at Lane hall, at 3 p. in.
Members may invite only Filipinos to this meeting.
Congregational Student Fellowship meeting at 5:30 with Dr. Albert
W. Palmer, President of Chicago Theological Seminary, as guest speaker.
He speaks at 6:30 on "The Inevitable God and the God We Choose." All
students are cordially invited.
Wesley Hall: "Religion and Student Life" is being discussed by the
University Freshmen under the leadership of Prof. George Carrothers,
Sunday at 12 o'clock. Other undergraduates meet with Dr. E. W. Blake-
man upon the subject "Religion of Jesus" and at the same time our post
Graduates have a forum of Religion with Tom Pryor, '26, as chairman.
At six o'clock, Guild Devotional Meeting. Marian Whitney, chair-
man. Topic for discussion "Problems of Prohibition"-leader, Charles
W. Melick.
Baptist Guild, Sunday 6:30. Miss Allene Bryan, of New York, repre-
senting the world service department of the denomination will talk.
Meeting at Students' House, 503 E. Huron.
Lutheran Students: A hiking party will leave the Zion Parish Hall
_0 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon, returning in time for supper. At the
Sunday evening meeting of the Lutheran Student Club, 5:30 to 7:30 p. in.,
there will be a discussion of "World Peace," with Paul G. Kauper, 32L,
as leader.%
St. Andrew's Church Services: At 8 a. m., 9:30 a. m., and 11 a. m.
The Rev. Henry Lewis will preach on "Religion and the Family."
Harris Hall: There will be no Sunday breakfasts at the Hall until
further notice. The class on "The Christian Philosophy of Life" con-
ducted by Rev. Henry Lewis will meet at the Hall at 9:30 a. m. Supper
at 6 o'clock. Dean Bursley will speak to the students at 7 p. m.
Any Episcopal student who has not received an invitation to the
Banquet for the New Episcopal students on Oct. 29, and wishes to attend
is cordially invited. Will they please call the Hall and make reservations.
Scalp and Blade: Meeting at the Union, at 2:30 p. m.

University Symphony Orchestra: Important rehearsals today at 3
p. M., in Morris Hall Also Sunday morning, at 9:30, in Hill auditorium.
University Lecture: Mr. Charles Seltman, Lecturer in Classical
Archaeology, Cambridge University, Engiani, will lecture on the subject
Athenian Vases and their Painters" (Illustrated), Wednesday, Oct. 28,
at 4:15 p. m., in Natural Science auditorium. The public is cordially in-
vited.
Engineers interested in affiliating with the Student Branch of the
A.S.M.E. are urged to see any of the following men for membership
applications:
M. Anderson R. Ferar D. M. LeVine
J. Beechler D. Gerdan C. Marty
W. Bird A. Goldsmith D. Mull
D. Bleil A. Henge W. Neilson
E. Briggs L. Haige C. O'Mara
S. Chase J. Jones W. Parker
J. Comar N. Knapp R. A. Snyder
C. Davis M. Laurie H. Chesebrough
W. Edmonson D. M. LeVine
One of the above named men will be at the table near the West
Engineering Library from 8 a. m., until 3 p. m., on Monday and Tuesday.
The National Society has the following divisions: Areonautic, Oil
and Gas Power, Management, Hydraulic, Fuels, Applied Mechanics,
Machine Shop Practice, Iron and Steel, Materials Handling, National

Defense, Power, Railroad, Wood In-
dustries, Textile, Petroleum and
Printing.
Smoker featuring music, enter-
tainment, short talks, and refresh-
ments and smokes will be held in
the Michigan Union -on Tuesday,
Oct. 27, at 7:30 p. m.
The program will include a series
of short talks by officials of the
Detroit section; entertainment by
banjo, piano selections and group
singing led by the director of the
Glee Club, G. Chaefin.
All planning to attend, sign list
at the West Engineering Library be-
fore 3 o'clock Tuesday. Members of
the Detroit section and all others
interested in the student branch
are cordiall invited to attend. Two
hours of pleasure is promised to all.
No assessment or collection will be
made.
History 11 (B. H. Wheeler): Make-
up examination, Tuesday, Oct. 27,
from 3 to 6 in Room 221 A. H.
(Continued on Page 2)

MICHIGAN. DECORATIONS'

BANNERS
PENNANTS
STICKERS
JEWELRY
BOOK ENDS

SONG BOOKS
CALENDARS
STATIONERY
PLAQ UES

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sychology 33L, 30, and 37: Lab-
itory students in these courses
required to attend a discussion
the laboratory work on the nerv-
s system on Tuesday, Oct. 27, at
>. m., in Room 3126 N. S.
Freshman Group 90: Members of
s group may obtain information
regard to the examinations taken
ring Freshman Week. Come to
omn 2122 N. S. on Tuesday between
nd 10 a. m., or 2 and 4 p. in., or
Wednesday, between 3 and 4,p. in.
Varsity Band: Men are needed in
Varsity Band to complete the
pwing sections: basses, trom-
nes, drums, baritones, French
r"s, and clarinets. Any man play
one of these instruments should
ort Sunday, Oct. 25 at 11:30, in
rris Hall; or Tuesday, Oct. 27,
4 p. m. Call Director N. D. Fal-
ie for any additional informa-
n.
EXHIBITIONS
)riental fabrics, and batiks by
corative design students. Ground
or cases, Architecture building.
Ily, except Sunday, 9 to 5..
Rotay Water Color Collection of
American Federation of Arts, on
hibition 2 to 5 p. in., West Gallery,
amni Memorial Hall, through
nday, November 1. Auspices of
n Arbor Art Association.

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two bre4
old fas
fresh ca'
glaced s
rolls
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aded pork chops or
;hion swiss steak
uliflower or fresh spinach
southern sweet potatoes
tea coffee milk
mend coffee ice cream
60
ue points on the halfshell 35c
other special dinners

$19.60 round trip

CAMPUS TRAVEL

Luxurious new Gen-
eral Motors Parlor
Club Coaches with
Radio, Card Tables,
Magazines, Refresh-

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roast long sland duck
ling .

BUREAU

roast stuffed sunny
brook chicken

$1.00
$1.00

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chinese chop suey with
fresh mushrooms e1 60c

ments.

Reservations must be. made before, 6:00 P. M.
Wednesday.
SIDE DESK UNION LOBBY 12-6 P. M.
Phone 2-2266 other hours

live chicken .lobster
shoestring potatoes
fresh country style
half chicken .

" $1.25
$1.00

fingerle operated restaurant

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that of

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popular restaurant. A
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