THE MICHIGAN DAILY
American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Student Branch meets
at 7:30 p. m., in Room 3201 East Engineering building. Dr. T. P. Hou,
chief engineer of the Pacific Alkali Company, is to give a general survey
of the Ammonia-soda industry. All chemical engineering students are
invited to attend. a
ication in the
Bulletin is constructive notice to all me
Copy received at the office of the Assist
3:30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday.
Youngstown-Michigan Club meets at 7:15 p. m., in the Michigan
Union. Please consult the bulletin board for room nuinber. Let us
No. 46 make this a record attendance.
iL. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1931
Distributed in State
Publication of a study-club out-
line on "The Behavior of Children
and Adults," for distribution 'to
study groups in Michigan, amplifies
the service of the ExtensionDi-
sion in develcping lecture series
and radio programs.
Prepared by Prof. Marguerite
Wilker, director of the nursery
schools, the books seeks to "stimu-
late wider reading, discussion, and
thought on parent-children prob-
lems, and to present a method of
approach to their solution," says
Prof. Willard C. Olson, in a review
in the School of Education Bulle-
Illini Students Help
Community Fund Drive
(Biq Ten News Servi<c) g
URBANA, Ill., Nov. 18.-Studenti
of the University of Illinois are
participating in obtaining dona-
tions to the Champaign-Urbana
community chest and emergency
fund campaign, and T. W. Swain,
law 2, has been appointed student
Members of the student council
and leaders in campus activities
gave their co-operation in raising
the $3,500 quota from among the
10,000 students attending school. It
is felt that such a small quota will
be easily obtained.
Fall Games: With the consent of the Deans, and of the director of
College of Architecture, Freshmen and Sophomores in the Colleges
.ierature, Sciehce, and the Arts, Engineering, Architecture, and
macy, and in the curriculum of School Health and Physical Edu-
n, are in accordance with custom excused from classes Saturday
Ding, Nov. 21, for the purpose of participating in the annual Fall
es. Aleander G. Ruthven.
F'aculty Concert: Wassily Besekirsky, Professor of Violin, and Mabel
Rhead, Associate Professor of Piano at the School of Music will give
following violin, piano sonata recital in Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre,
lay afternoon, Nov. 22, at 4:15 o'clock: Veracini: Sonata in D Minor;
hoven: Sonata Op. 47; Tcherepnine: Sonata in F Major.
Faculty, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: Mid-semester
t cards have now been distributed through the Campus Messenger
ce. Instructors are requested to report not later than Nov. 20, the
es of all students whose standing is at this time D or E. These
es should not indicate merely the mark received on the mid-semes-
f such an examination is given. More cards, if needed, can be had
y office. These cards should be used only for reports of the work
Ld'ents enrolled in\this College. W. R. Humphreys.
raculty, School of Education: Please be reminded that mid-semester
ts of all failing students are due in the Dean's office within the
araduate School Students: All graduate students who have not
a formal application for the degree which they' are seeking should
at once. The application forms are available in the office of the
.uate School, Room 1014 Angell Hall. Students specializing in Edu-
n need not fill out these forms. G. Carl Huber, Dean.
ophomore Girls wishing to ask their hostesses to the Sophomore
ret please call immediately Joan Barnette, 22510; May Seefried,
; Mary Brimijorn, 22281; or Catharine Griffith, 23281.
Math. 49, 50, 52: Students in these .three courses, that have not as
een in to nake appointments for tabulating instruction, should
t to Room 220 Angell Hall from 10 a. m., to 4 p. in., Nov. 19, and 20.
Alan D. Meacham.
;enior Engineers:,Dues will be collected in the corridor of the main
of the West Engineering building (near Room 221), Thursday and
y, from 9 to 12 and 1:30 to 3:30.
Iniversity Lecture: Dr. Etienne Gilson, Professor of Mediaeval Phi-
hy, at-the University of Paris, will lecture in English on the subject,
Christian World," at 4:15 p. in., Natural Science auditorium.
business. Administration Assembly: All students in the School of
less Administration are expected to attend a general assembly
o'clock in Room 1025 Angell Hall. Mr. Walker D. Hines, formerly
:tor of the United States Railroad Administration, will speak on
Effects of Recent Railroad Consolidations."
enior Class, School of Education: Election of Officers, at 11 o'clock,
H. S. auditorium.
idvanced Spanish Students are cordially invited to a meeting at
fichigan League at 8 p. i., at which tine plans will be definitely
ed upon for the reorganization of a Sociedad Espanola. A commit-
as prepared a program for the meeting. Students desiring further
mation should communicate with the Secretary's Office, Romance
Engineering Council: The first meeting of the year will be held at
Jnion, Room 308 at 7:30 p. m. The various class representatives,
presidents of the four Engineering classes, the presidents of Quar-
ck, A..CH.E., A.S.M.E., A.I.E.E., A.S.C.E., Transportation Club, Aero
S.LE., and the Editor of the Michigan Technic are all members
should be present.
;eological Journal Club meets at 8 o'clock, in Room 4056 N.S. Dr. R.
insky will speak on "Metalliferous Deposits of the Southern Vosges
)bs rvatory Journal Club meets at 4:15, in the Observatory lecture
. Mr. Orren Mohler will review the article "Astrophysical Applica-
and Tests of the Quantum Theory of Natural Line Widths," by
Books For Children
You know that this is
Social Dancing Class-University Students: Beginners' classes in
social dancing will meet at 7:15 an& 8:15 this evening at the Women's
Sophomore Cabaret: The Chessmen's War Group II meets in the
League at 3 p. m. The Horse Race and Giant Puppets Groups meet at
4 p. m., and the Colored Tap (Harmonica) Group meets at 5 p. m., in
Phi Epsilon Kappa meets at 7:301M
p. m., Room 304, Michigan Union.
Michigan Technic Staff and Try-
outs: Meeting at 7:30 p. in. All are
requested to be present.
Vistors Night, Angell lHall: The ?
public is invited to visit the Astro-
nomical Laboratory on the fifth
floor of Angell Hall to observe the
moon from 8 to 10 on Friday eve-
ning of this week and from 7 to 10
on Saturday evening. Children must
be accompanied by adults.
Geology I and 31: Make-up blue-
book will be given Friday, Nov. 20,
at 4 o'clock in Room 3056 N. S.
Physiological Chemistry 121: The
second laboratory section will hold
its first meeting on Friday, Nov. 20,
at 1 p. in., in Room 319 West Medi-
cal building. All students should
provide themselves with a Physio-
logical Chemistry cash ticket (five
dollars), which may be secured at
the Treasurer's Office. No desks will
be assigned without the presenta-
tion of the cash ticket.
Graduate Women: The Dean of
Women and her staff invite al the
graduate women students to tea in
the Ethel Fountain H'ussey Room
of the League on Friday, Nov. 20,
at four o'clock. There will be an
informal discussion of possible so-
cial activities for graduate women.
Th Latest Marvels in Scientific
Discovery and Invention will be ex-
plained and demonstrated in the
Union ballroom on Friday after-
noon, 2 o'clock, by Dr. E. F. W.
Alexanderson and L. A. Hawkins,
of the General Electric research
laboratories, Schectady, N. Y. These
speakers are being presented by the
University Press Club of Michigan.
The public is cordially invited to
attend this and other sessions of-
J-Hop Committee: Meeting Sun-
day, Nov. 22, at 5 p. in., Room 302,
Cosmopolitan Club will meet on
Saturday, Nov. 21, at 8 p. in., in
Lane Hall. Prof. Remer, of the
Economics Department, will speak,
and members of the Chinese Stu-
dents' Club will present a one-act
play. Non-members will be charged
a nominal fee.
Lenin-Tolstoy-Gandhi: Dr. Fred.
B. Fisher will lecture on Tuesday
afternoon, Nov. 24, at 4:15, in the
Natural Science auditorium, on
"Lenin-Tolstoy-Gandhi." The pub-
lic is invited.
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