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_THE MICHIGAN DAILY

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

building-the beginners from seven
to eight o'clock and the intermedi-
ate and advanced from eight to
nine o'clock. Eight lessons will be
given for $3. Students wishing to
,S join the class may sign up at the
sWomen's Athletic building.

blication in the
the University.
President until

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

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. XLII.

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1931

No. 38

NOTICES

President and Mrs. Ruthven will be at home to the students of the
niversity on the first two Wednesday afternoons of each month from
to 6 o'clock.
University Golf Course will be open from 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. this week.
Social Directors, Chaperons, and Househeads; Women Students:, The
osing hour for Tuesday, Nov. 10, will be 11 o'clock.
Alice C. Lloyd, Dean of Women.
Health Service: I will not be in my office today.
Margaret Bell, M.D.
A Marriage of Convenience by Alexandre Dumas will be given each
rening this week by students in Play Production courses in the Lab-
atory Theatre. Tickets for patrons and students are now on sale at
3e Box Office of the Laboratory Theatre for fifty cents and may be
otained by calling there or by phoning 4121 (Ext. 789).
Seminar in Theory of Structures, C. E. 65a and E. M. 16: The pro-
'am for the next three meetings will be as follows: Tuesday, Nov. 10, at
p. m., Prof. A. H. White, Chemical Engineering, will talk on "Cement,
s constitution and the nature of the setting and hardening process."
hursday, Nov. 12, at 11 a. m., Mr. Reed Lewis, Peerless Cement-Corpor-
ion, will talk on "Particle sizes in cement and their influence on the
rength and other properties of concrete." Tuesday, Nov. 17, at 5 p. in.,
of. White will continue his talk on cement. All meetings in Room
7, West Engineering building.
MEETINGS TODAY
Psychology 127: Those whose names begin with the letters A-L will
ke the examination today in Room 231 Angell hall.
Graduate Luncheon for Chemical Engineers at 12:15, in Room 3201
Eng. bldg. Prof. John S. Worley, will talk about Engineering Libraries.'
Physics Colloquium: Mr. R. W. Revans, Commonwealth Fund Fel-
w, will talk "On the Application of Electrical Oscillations to Stellar
)riability," at 4:15 o'clock, in Room 1041, East Physics building. All in-
rested are cordially invited.
Junior Research Club meets at 7:30 p. m., in Room 2116, N. S. Code-
e Isomers-Dr. Nathan Eddy, Research Professor of Pharmacology.
ection of new members.
Mathematical Clul{ meeting at 8 p. m.; in Room 3201 Angell hall.
'of. Craig will present a paper "Ox a Tchebycheff inequality of Bern-
ein." Everyone interested is invited to attend.

Gargoyle Editorial and Art Staff
meeting at 4 p. m., in the Gargoyle
office.
Judiciary Committee of the Inter-
fraternity Council bi-weekly meet-
ing at 7:30 p. in., in Room 2, Uni-
versity hall.
Freshmen are invited to attend a
smoker sponsored by the Student
Council which will be held at 8
o'clock tonight in the Union. 'Pots'
must be shown for admittance.
COMING EVENTS
English 31--Section 19 (Mr. Web-
ster): Owing to a holiday on Wed-
nesday, the test Frriday will not
include Pope's "Rape of the Lock."
Candidates for the Master's De-
gree in English: There will be an
examination on the materials cov-
ered by the lectures on bibliography
on Saturday, Nov. 14, at 9 o'clock,
in 2225 A. H. W. G. Rice.
The Spark That Started the World
War: Dr. F. S. Onderdonk will give
an illustrated lecture on the assas-
ination of Archduke Franz Ferd-
inand, at 4:15, in Room 231 Angell
hall.
Tuesday Playreading Section of
the Faculty Women's Club: busi-
ness meeting at 2, playreading, 2:15.
Christian Science Organization
meets in the Chapel of the Michi-
gan League building at 8 p. m. All
students and faculty interested are
invited to attend.
Avukah: Important meeting at
9 p. in.,eat Hillel Foundation. All
members are urged to be present
and bring their friends.
Sigma Delta Chi: A luncheon
meeting will be held at the Union1
today. It is important that all the
actives and pledges attend.
Carl Forsythe.
Hygiene 214: Journal Club, Hy-
giepe and Public Health, will not
meet Wednesday, Nov. 11.
Nathan Sinai.

Lecture-Recital of "The Terrible
Meek": Mr. Charles McGaw will
give a lecture-recital of Charles
Rann Kennedy's one-act play "The
Terrible Meek" for the Interpretive
Arts Society on Thursday evening,
Nov. 12, at 7:30 in Room 302 Mason
hall. The public is cordially invited.
First Lecture of the Cercle Fran-
cais will take place Thursday, Nov.
12, at 4:15,1 in Room 103 Romance
Language building. Prof. Charles
Knudson will speak on Le Poete
Vagabond Francois Villon. Tickets
for the whole series cost 50c and
can be procured from the office of
the Secretary of the Romance Lan-
guagesdepartment and at the door
at the tinme of the lecture.
Tau Beta Pi initiation at 5 p. in.,
and dinner at 6:15 p. m., Wednes-
day, Nov. 11, in Michigan Union.
Eta Sigma Phi: The initiation of
new members will be held Wednes-
day, Nov. 11, at 7:30 p. m., in the
Chapel of the Leagues. All members
are requested to be present.
Phi Delta Kappa: An important
business meeting at the Michigan
Union, Wednesday, Nov. 11, at 7 p.
m. All active members are urged to
be present. There will be no lunch-
eon meeting this week on account
of the meeting on Child Welfare in
Lansing.
Alpha Epsilon Mu: Important
meeting Wednesday, Nov. 11, at
7:15 p. in, sharp, Room 3Q4 Michi-
gan Union. Dues must be payed atI
this meeting.
Interfraternity Council: Regular
November meeting will be held Nov.
11, at 7:30 p. m., in the Council
rooms of the Union.
Pegasus ride to be held Wednes-
day morning, Nov. 11. Members and
those who have received invitations
to membership meet at the League
at 9:30.eTransportation furnished.
If you cannot come, notify Char-
lotte Hushson (23225 before Tues-
day evening. There is a penalty for
failure to do so.
Faculty Alumni Formal Dance
Series: The first dance will be held
in the ballroom of the Michigan
Union on Wednesday, Nov. 11, at
9 o'clock. The succeeding dances of
the series will take place Jan. 6.

Freshmen are going to pass some
courses in this university or it
won't be the fault of the Student
Christian association in general or
of a committee headed by Sher-
wood Messner, '34, in particular.
Messner's committee has been
out organizing tutoring sections
and getting instructors to conduct
them, with the result that begin-
ning tomorrow night all freshmen
are going to be welcome at skull
sessions in the Upper Room of Lane
hall. And that doesn't mean only
the men, either. When asked last
night whether or not women would
be welcome as well he said, "Yes,'
indeed!" Instruction, it appears,
will be co-educational.
The series of sessions will open
at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow night with
instruction in college algebra by
Prof. Carl Coe and in French 1 by
James O'Neill, instructor. Thurs-
day night there will be a session
from Benjamin Wheeler, instructor
in history 11, at the same hour.
Next Monday night Harold M.
Door; instructor in political science
1, will meet a section at the same
place and hour. Further plans of
the committee have not yeti, been
completed, withavone exception.
Morton. Frank, secretary of the
Student Christian association, said
Feb. 10, March 9 and April 27. Sea-
son tickets $5 per couple; admission
for each dance separately, ,$1.50
per couple.

S. C. A. BENT ON RAISING SCHOLASTIC
AVERAGE OF FROSH,_WOMEN INCLUDED

last night that although he was as
yet not certain regarding the prob-
able scope of the project there
would, in all probability, be no
doughhuts or cider served at the
sessions.
Council to Consider.
Rushing Rule Chaige
An amendment to the constitu-
tion of the Interfraternity council
rushing rules to change th.e date
of the first week of Wednesday
night dinners to Tuesday, will be
discussed at the second regular
meeting of the council at 7:30 to-
morrow night.
Some fraternities wish, to change
the date because the first dinner
comes on the Wednesday before
Thanksgiving and many mcn will
be out of town.
Glee Club Will Offer
First Concert of Year'
Making its first trip of the year,
the Varstiy Gle club will journey
to Detroit Thursday, Nov. ,19, to
give a program before the Twen-
tieth Century.
Other concerts which are con-
templated by the club include an
appearance at Mosher-Jordan hall,
the date of which has not been an-
nounced as yet, and a program at
the Cranbrook school in December,

'PHARMACISTS HUNT
DRUG SUBSTITUTES'
National Research Council Gives
Department Budget
Increase.
Members of the pharmacology
department of the Medical School
are making headway 'in their re-
search work, connectect with the
general subject of' drug addiction.
According t Dr. Charles W. Ed-
munds and Dr. Nathan B. Eddy of
that department, many chemical
compound: resembling morphine
and codeine have been thoroughly
tested in regard to their reactions
on animals. Two of the compounds
are being recommended for clinical
trial.
In all, about 70 compounds have
been sent here by the chemical lab-
oratory of the Universfty of Vir-
ginia which collaborates with the
pharmacological group in a search
for possible substitutes for mor-
phihe or codeine, substitutes that
lack habit forming qualities and
still retain their benefical proper-
ties.
The National Research Council,
which is sponsoring the research,
was so gratified, it was said, with
the results obtained in the work
last year, that it has made a liber-
al increase in the budget.

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International Relations Club will
hold its first regular meeting at
3:30, in Political Science Seminar
room. Mr. Kermit Eby, of the Uni-
versity of Chicago, will lead discus-
sion on the Manchurian situation.
All that are interested in interna-
tional affairs are welcome.
Alpha Nu of Kappa Phi Sigma
meeting tonight in the Alpha Nu
room in Angell hall. Prof. Howard
VI. Jones of they English department
will address the meeting.
Adelphi House of Representa-
tives: Initiation of new members
will take place at the weekly meet-
ng at 7:30 p. m., tonight in the.
chapter room, fourth floor, Angell
hall. All new men must be present,
and old members are requested to
attend.
Athena: Meeting at 8 p. m., for
>ledges and members in the Chap-
er room. Important business for
all members and information for
>ledges. Pledges must be present or
have excuse approved before meet-
ing by pledge chairman..
Zeta Phi Eta: There will be a
oint meeting of pledges and ac-
tives at '7:30. Everyone be present.
Alpha Kappa Delta meeting at
Mr. Jandy's, 443 South Division at
8 o'clock.
Social Dancing Classes: A series
>f social dancing lessons for Uni-
versity men and women will be
started this evening. The classes
till meet at the Women's Athletic
Good Proposition
Wanted-Student to sell Prosperity
Mule. Very amusing. Excellent gift.
You must see it. Also El Pluto,
cigarette dispensing donkey. Big
money. Call 22235 or 725 Church
St., Ann Arbor.
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