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T'HE MICHIGAN

' TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1931 T'

PAGE STX THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2~, 1931

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant t
the President until 3:30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday.
VOL. XLII. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1931 No. 26
NOTICES
Women Students Attending the Princeton-Michigan Football Game:
Women students wishing to attend the Princeton-Michigan football
game are required to register in the Office of the Dean of Women.
A letter of permission from parents must be received in the Dean's
office not later than Wednesday, Oct. 28. If a student wishes to go
otherwise than by train, special permission for such mode of travel must
be included in the parent's letter.
A chaperon fee is required of students going by train. This sum is
payable upon registration for the trip.
Graduate women are invited to register in the office also.
Byrl Fox Bacher, Assistant Dean of Women.
The Hopwood Awards: The ruling to the effect that "All part-time
graduate students who take an aggregate of ten hours a year, doing
work of passing grade, shall be eligible to compete for the Hopwood
awards," is supplemented by the following proviso: "provided they are
enrolled in one course in composition for at least one semester in 1931-
1932." See the Statement of Regulations, issued by the Department of
English Language and Literature.
Committee on the Hopwood Awards.
Boston Symphony Orchestra: Holders of season tickets to the Choral
Union Concert Series, are reminded to detach and present for admission
only coupon number 2 marked "Boston Symphony Orchestra" for admis-
sori to the concert tonight. The concert will begin on time, 8:15 sharp,
and the doors will be closed during numbers. Guests are requested to
be seated promptly. Automobiles and taxis may unload and load at
either side entrance. In case of rain a canopy will be erected on the
Ingalls Street side. Parking in general will be restricted as usual. Mr.
Koussevitsky has chosen the following program:f
Handel: Concerto Grosso for String Orchestra in B minor, No. 12;
Wagner: Prelude to "Lohengrin'; Ravel: "Daphnis et Chloe" Ballet: Suite
No. 2; Beethoven: Symphony No. 7 in A major Op. 92.
Office Hours-Assistants to the Dean: Room 1213 Angell Hall.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 10, and Tuesday Thursday and
Saturday at 11. Afternoons, except Saturday, 1-3.
L. G. Vander Velde.
R. C. Hussey.
Choral Union Rehearsal: On account of the Boston Symphony Con-
cert this evening there will be no rehearsal of the Choral Union. The
Chorus will meet at 7 o'clock at the School of Music, Thursday evening,
Oct. 29, instead.
Choral Union Ushers: Report at Hill auditorium, before 7:30 p. m.,
for concert tonight.
Freshman Group 90: Members of this group may obtain information
in,regard to the examinations taken during Freshman Week. Come to
Room 2122 N. S., between 9 and 10 a. m., or 2 and 4 p. m., or on Wednes-
day, between 3 and 4 p. m.
Athena: Please note change of meeting from Tuesday to Wednesday,
Oct. 28, in the chapter room. Additional tryouts at 8 p. m. Business
meeting and pledging at 8:30. Will members and pledges please be on
time; members at 8 and pledges at 8:30
Episcopal Students: There will be no tea -served at Harris Hall this
afternoon on account of the Kirby Page lecture in Natural Science aud.
EVENTS TODAY
Kirby Page, editor of the World Tomorrow, will address a Peace
Mass Meeting in Natural Science auditorium at 4:15 on the subject:
"How may another World War be averted?" All students and towns-
people are invited.
Psychology 33L, 35, and 37: Laboratory students in these courses are
required to attend a discussion of the laboratory work on the nervous
system at 4 p. m., in Room 3126 N. S.
Phi Delta Kappa Luncheon at the Michigan Union, at 12:15 sharp.
All faculty and student members are urged to be present. A special
invitation is extended to all members of other chapters, who may be in
Ann Arbor this year, to come and get acquainted with the men of Omega
Chapter.
Junior Mathematical Society meets at 7:30, in Room 3011 A. H. Elec-
tion of vice-president to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of
Ernest Gants, '34, will be held. An attempt at visualizing a fourth-
dimensional figure on paper will be discussed by one of the student
members. All interested in mathematical concepts are invited to the
meeting.

Physics Colloquium: Professor Otto Laporte will talk on "Radio
Waves and Heaviside Layer," at 4:15, in Room 1041, East Physics build-
in. All interested are invited to attend.
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. in., Tuesday.
The National Society has the following divisions: Areonautic, Oil
and Gas Power, Management, Hydraulic, Fuels, Applied Mechanwes,
Machine Shop Practice, Iron and Steel, Materials Handling, National
Defense, Power, Railroad, Wood Industries, Textile, Petroleum and
Printing.
A smoker, featuring music, entertainment, short talks, and refresh-
ments and smokes will be held in the Michigan Union at 7:30 p. in.
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. Chaeffin.
All planning to attend, sign list at the West Engineering Library
before 3 o'clock. Members of the Detroit section and all others inter-
ested in the student branch are cordially invited to attend. Two hours
of pleasure is promised to all. No assessment or collection will be made.
Alpha Nu of Kappa Phi Sigma meets at 7:30 p. in., in the Alpha Nu
room, Fourth floor of Angell Hall. The program will be an open forum
discussion of the Intertsate Commerce Commission's recent decision on
railroad freight rates. Tonight's meeting will be the last opportunity
this semester for those who wish to make tryout speeches.
Zeta Phi Eta: There will be a joint social meeting of actives and
pledges at the Cave in the League from 7:30 to 9:30 p. m. Everyone is
urged to be present.
Adelphi House of Representatives: Prof. Floyd K. Riley of the speech
department, and Women's Varsity debating coach, will address the
society on "English as she is spoke in a large American university," at
7:30 tonight in the chapter room. His talk will be followed by tryout
speeches by those new men who have not as yet given them. All are
reminded that this is the last opportunity for such speeches to be given
this semester.
Student Disarmament Committee: Kirby Page is to meet with the
Student Disarmament Committee in Lane hall at 3 p. in.
Ensian Business Staff: Meeting of entire staff at 4 p. in., in the Press
building. Staff members having sales books are asked to return them.
Jewish Students: The tea this afternoon at the Hillel Foundation
will be sponsored by the Phi Sigma Sigma sorority, who will act as
hostesses. You are cordially invited.
Christian Science Organization meets in the Chapel of the Michigan
League building at 8 p. m. All students and faculty interested are in-
vited to attend.

DICTATOR ILL

MICHIGAN PLAYED THE 'BIG THREE'
IN RUGBY IN 1881, BUt DIDN'T WIN

New Maize and Blue Team Met
Yale, Harvard, Princeton,
During Same Week.
Fifty years ago Michigan played
Princeton, and lost.
No one wearing the Maize and
Blue colors at that time however
has admitted that Michigan was
outplayed.
To take on all the members of
the big three in five days was a
pretty large order even for the boys
of 50 years ago and, as it is record-
ed in the annals, Michigan lost to
Princeton because they were tired
after playing Yale and Harvard in
6he same week.
It was in the year of 1881 and
Michigan had her first rugby foot-
ball team. As she could find no op r
ponents in the Mifldle West her
sons had to go east to find competi-
tion.
Michigan lost all three games but

it was her proud boast that none
of them were decisive defeats, in
spite of the fact that her 11 green
men were pitted against teams
that had been playing for six
years.
Harvard downed her 4 to 0, Yale,
11 to 0, and Princeton took her to
camp by the score of 13 to 4.
This year the tables may be re-
versed. Michigan certainly will not
have the tired or green team that
she had 50 years ago. This time
she will enter the game the top-
heavy favorite instead of the un-
derdog.
Professor to Attend
Foresters Convention
Profs. Robert Craig Jr., and E.
C. O'Roke will attend the Society
of American Foresters convention
October 29, 30, and 31, at Louisville,
Ky.
Koloman Lehotsky and Frank
Ireson, graduate students, will
p r o b a b1 y accompany Professors
Craig and O'Roke. Most of the con-
vention will be spent in field trips.

Associated Press P1&ot ...
Joseph Pilsudski, Poland's iron
man, who is recovering from an at-
tack of influenza at Bucharest, Ru-
mania.
Iota Alpha will 'hold their first
meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 28, at
7:45 p. m., in Room 3201 East En-
gineering building. Dean G. Carl
Huber will address the group. All
graduate students in engineering
are invited to attend.
A. S. C. E.: Initiation banquet at
Michigan Union, Wednesday, Oct.
28, 6:15 p. m. Papers by initiates
nmay be turned in to Don Hebert at
any time before the next business
meeting.
Tau Beta Pi election meeting on
Wednesday, Oct. 28, in the Michigan
Union at 8 p. m..
Student Socialist Club weekly
meeting at 7:30 p. m., Wednesday,
in Room 302 of the Michigan Union.
Jewish Student: The course in
"Medicine among the Jews during
the Ages" will hold its first meeting
at the Hillel Foundation on Thurs-
day evening, Oct. 29, instead of
Tuesday, because of conflict with
Choral Union concert. Dr. Raphael
Isaacs will lecture. You are cordially
invited.
Faculty Women's Club: The open-
ing reception honoring Newcomers
will be held in the Michigan League
ballroom Thursday, Oct. 29, 3 p. m.

Ninth Annual Exhibit
to Open Here Nov..

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The ninth annual Ann Ar
tists exhibition of the Ann
Art association is to be he]
5 to 26 in the galleries of
Memorial hall.
Professional and amateur
who are present or past re
of Washtenaw county are in-
contribute any number of o
ly created works in the g
plastic and decorative ar
works to be submitted for t
hibition must be delivered
North galleryof Alumni ME
hall Friday, between nine a
o'clock or Saturday, fromr
twelve 'o'clock.
Sorghum is coming to the
as a new farm product of the
region of southern Missouri.
sands of gallons were ship
other states this fall.

bor ar-
1dArbor
Id Nov.
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ts. All
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to the
emorial
nd five
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Ozark
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ped to

Round Trip
Special radio-
equipped, po-
lice - escorted,
parlor club ex-
presses
Leaving Thursday after.
noon and spending all
day Friday in New York
City.
Immediate Reserva-
tions Necessary.
UNION SIDE
DESK
12to 6 P. M.
For Members

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University Lecture:
Archaeology, Cambridge
nthenian Vases and th
at 4:15 p. m., in Natural S
ditorium. The public i
invited.

COMING EVENTS
Mr. Charles Seltman, Lecturer in Classical
University, Engiana will lecture on the subject
eir Painters" (Illustrated), Wednesday, Oct. 28,

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Philosophy 31: There will be a
final mare-up examination Thurs-
day, Oct. 29, at 3 p. m., in 202 S. W.
Undergraduate Physics Club will
meet Wednesday evening, Oct. 28,
at 7:45, in the West Lecture Room
of the West Physics building. E. C.
Campbell, '34, will talk and present
demonstrations on "Vibrations -
Simple and Compound." All those
interested in physics, and especially
those in the elementary courses, are
invited to attend.
Freshman Girl's Glee Club will
hold try-outs Wednesday, Oct. 28,
in Room 216, at the School of Music
from 3 to 5:30 p. in.
Phi Sigma: Mr. E. P. Creaser, of
the Museum of Zoology, will speak
on "An expedition through eastern
Mexico," Wednesday, Oct. 28, at 8:15
p. in., in Room 1139 Natural Science
building.
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