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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ICIAL BULLETIN

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

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1931

No. 44

NOTICES
Recital: E. William Doty, Instructor in Organ in the School
vill give the following program, Wednesday afternoon,' Nov. 18,
lock, in Hill auditorium: J. N. Hanff: War Gott mit uns diese
uxtehude: Von Gott will ich nicht lassen; J. Pachelbel: Vom
oeb, da komm ich her; J. S. Bach: DurclvAdam's Fall ist ganz
Der Tag, der ist so freudenreich; Gelobet sei'st du, Jesu Christ;
Heil ins kommen her; J. Brahms: O Welt, ich muss dich las-
olfrum: O Ewigkeit, du Donnerwort; K. Hasse: O Traurigkeit,
.d; M. Reger: O Haupt vol Blut and wunden; Mendelssohn:' O
ausend Zungen hatte; S. Karg-Elert: An Wasserfiussen Baby-
este Burg ist unser Gott.
its, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: Except under
ary circumstances, courses dropped after Nov. 26 will be re-
h the grade of E.
I Union Ushers: Report at Hill auditorium before 7:30 p. m.,
t'tonight.
ry Club: No meeting today.
: There is immediate need for several used full dress suits,
white vests by worthy students who must obtain them this
der to appear publicly with student organizations.
telephone the office of the Dean of Students, 6115, Wdnes-
can contribute, and the suit, coat, or vest will be called for.
MEETINGS TODAY
h Plays: Students interested in trying out for French Plays
Mr. Koella from 3 to 5,:30, Room 408 Romance Language bldg.
Mathematics Society meets tonight at 7:30 in Room 3011 A. H.
rious Properties of One-sided Paper Strips" will be the topic
ning to be presented by Edward C. Campbell, '34. The societyz
everyone interested in mathematics.
hi House of Representatives: Prof. James K. Pollock, of the
cience -Department, will address the society at 7:30 p. m., in.
r ridom. Final initiation of new members will take place at.
meeting following Professor Pollock's discussion. It is im-
zat all members be present.
Sigma Phi meeting tonight at 7:15 sharp. All members re-

Students in Automotive Engi-
neering and any others interested:
There will be a public lecture and
demonstration with an operating
engine on the subject, "Fuels and
Detonation" by Mr. Franklin Fric-
ker of the Ethyl Gasoline Corpora-
tion, at 7:30 p. in., Wednesday, Novi
18, in Room 1042 East Engineering
building.
Foresters: The second Assembly
of the academic year for students
in the School of Forestry and Con-
servation will be held Wednesday,
Nov. 18, at 9 o'clock, in Room 2054
NaturAl Science building. Professor
Allen will discuss the extension ac-
tivities of the School. All students
regularly enolled in the School are
expected to be present, and all pre-
forestry students are urged to at-
teni if possible.
A. S. M. E. Student Branch: The
student branch of the A. S.. M. E.
has arranged to show the film
"Steam," in Natural Science audi-
torium on Wednesday, Nov. 18, at
8 p. M. The film consists of four
reels and shows modern types of
boilers, their operation and con-
struction; includes shop practice,
forming of drums and headbrs,
testing, etc. All students and others
interestedare invited whether or
not they are members of the stu-
dent branch.
University of Michigan Radio
Club will meet Wednesday, 7:30 p.
m., in the. Michigan Union. Mr. J.
Weber will speak on "Design Prob-
lems in Radio Frequency Receiv-
ers." All interested are invited.
The Michigan Socialist Club: Mr.
Richard S. Naysmith, British social-
ist organizer, will speak at 7:30
o'qlock, Wednesday evening, Room
319 of the Michigan Union. Differ-
ences of opinion welcomed.
Hillel Classes: Due to the conflict
with the Choral Union Concert, the
classes in Jewish Ethics and Jewish
Current History will meet Wednes-
day, Nov. 18, at 8 p. M., instead of
Tuesday. Mr. Hootkins and Mr.
Sanderson will be the leaders, re-
spectively. The classes will meet at
the Hillel Foundation.

The,University Symphony orches-
tra will give" its first major con-
cert of the year this afternoon in
the auditorium of the Central Jun-
ior high school of Saginaw when it
will appear on the program offered
by the Tuesday Musical Clubs of
that city.
Busses and automobiles will carry
the 60-piece organization to the.
city, leaving Ann Arbor early this
morning. Students of the music
departments of Saginaw school will
be guests at the concert.
Michigan Union. The club will
bring theosophical lecturers and
discussion leaders to the University.
All interested are urged to attend.

Soloists who will take part in-
clude Margaret Littledale, soprano;
Eloise Carey, soprano; and Fred-
erica Lash, pianist, all of Saginaw
and Emily Mutter Adams, well-
known student violinist of the
School of Music.
The program which the orchestra
will offer is practically the same
as was given at the concert Sun-
day afternoon in Hill auditorium:
Overture---"The Impresario" by
Mozart; Aria, "Hear Ye Israel"
from "Elijah" by Mendelssohn
which will be sung by Miss Little-
dale; "Capriccio Brilliafnte" for pi-
ano and orchestra, by Mendelssohn
played by Fredericka Lash: Aria,
Adieu Forets" from "Jeanne de'
Arc" by Tchaikovsky sung by Miss
Carey.

UNIVERSITY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
READY FOR FIRST MAJOR CONCERT

PRESENTS

"A Bullet Is A Good Argument"
ComedClub

Dion Boucicault's Sterling Melodrama

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Chess and Checker Club nieets
Wednesday at 7:30 p. m., in Room
306, Michigan Union. Tournament
finals will be played at this time.

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of Kappa Phi Sigma: Me
ngell Hall. The program
o be announcesl at that',
1 participate.
ience 1: The mid-
ination in this course1
today at 4 p. in., in
rooms: Mr. Door's
om 25.
non's sections, Room
,ood's sections, Room
ee's sections in Room
's sections in Room
loquium: Prof. E. F.
ik on "The Spectrum
h~e Form of the Mole-
p. mn., today, in Room
ysics building. All in-
cordially invited to

oncert following.
Student's Theosophical Club: A
.t a . emeeting of all students interested
eting tonght, at 7:30 i the Alpha in forming a Student's Theosophi-
will be an open forum discussion cal club will be held on Wednesday,
time. All pledges are required to-, Nov. 18, at 8 p. m., in Room 304

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homores meet in Union at
tonight to elect leaders
aderclass games.
en Girls' Glee Club: Spe-
ing at 7 p. m. Election of
zoom to be announced on
ulletin board.
Phi, Methodist Women's
ting at 5:30 today. Pledges
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