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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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LY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

blication. in the
the University.
President until;

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

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No. 48
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1931

NOTICES,
Pre-Medical Students: The Association of American Medical Col-
ges Committee on Aptitude Tests recommends that any student apply-
ig for entrance by September, 1932, to a medical school should take the
ptitude Test. This test is now a normal requirement for admission
practically all*medical schools. It is expected that all applicants for
imission to the University of Michigan Medical School will take this
st. A fee of one dollar is charged to defray the expenses of the Com-
.ittee. Application for taking this test should be made at the Registrar's
tfice, Room 4, University Hall, ak soon as possible-not later than Dec.
Further information about this examination may be obtained from
ie Registrar's Office. Ira M. Smith, Registrar.

Masonic Students: Next meeting
of the Craftsmen will be Saturday,
Dec. 5.
Social Dancing Classes-Univer-
sity Men and Women: The social
dancing classes will meet at the
Women's Athletic building on Mon-
day and Tuesday as follows; Mon-
day, Nov. 23-Intermediate Class,
7:15 p. im., Advanced Class 8:15 p.
i.; Tuesday, Nov. 24-Beginners';
dlasses at 7:15 and 8:15 p. 'm.
Russian Students are cordially
invited to a social gathering at
Lane Hall, Sunday at 7 p. m. Be
prompt.
'Pegasus ride Sunday morning.
Members and those who have been
invited to become members meet
at the League at 8 o'clock. Call Mr.
Mullison and order your /horses as
soon as possible.

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useheads, Social Directors, Chaperons, University Women: Hours Sunday Reading: To be held in
ianksgiving Week: The closing hour for Wednesday, Nov. 25, is the Grand Rapids Room of the
m.; for Thursday, Nov. 26, is 11 p. in. Overnight privileges for League building at 3:30 on SundayC
sday night may be arranged with Househeads. Any other over- afternoon. Prof. Richard D. T. Hol-
privileges or late returns should be registered in the Office of the lister of the Speech Department
of Women. This office does not, however, excuse anyone from will read from Tennyson's "Maud."
. Alice C.,Lloyd, Dean of Women. Wesley Hall: Twelve o'clock Sun-
day noon, regular classes with Dr.
,n-lellenic Ball: Girls entertaining at breakfasts following the Carrothers, Dr. Blakeman and Mr.
ellenic Ball are reminded that their plans must be registered for Pryor leading. At 6 o'clock Sunday
Tal in the Office Hof the Dean of Students and of the Dean of evening, Prof. Slosson, of the hist-
n. Please register these plans in both offices before 5 p. m., on ory department of the University,
y, Nov. 4. Alice C. Lloyd, Dean of Women. will address the Guild on the topic
of "Religion and Russia."

Comedy Club Melodrama Treats
of Insidious Maghinations
of Cruel Broker.
Concluding a four-day run, Com-
edy club will present a homecoming
performance of the "Streets of
New York" tonight at the Mendels-
sohn theatre. With a great number
of football fans and members of
the Michigan press association al-
ready planning to attend, a sell-out
is predicted for the performance.
Dealing with the depression of
1857 Dion Boucicault's drama de-
picts the evil conspiracies and in-
trigues that permeated the upper
social and financial circles of New
York society back in the fifties and
sixties. Ruin and disgrace iollow
rapidly on the heals of- crime in a
show that brings to light the insid-
ious machinations of a hard-hearted
and unscrupulous banker.
,Theplay is not so much a bur-
lesque of the original melodrama
as a faithful representation given
in the manner in which it was ori-
ginally played, it was stated by
Robert Wetzel, of the English de-
partment, director of the play.
'School and Society'
Copies Now Available
The final report of the investiga-
tion of "The Influence of the Eco-
nomic Depression On Student Life
at the University of Michigan" ap-
pears in the latest edition of ,the
"School and Society' magazine.
Professor Robert Angell of the
sociology department has announc-
ed that copies of the magazine are
available at his office to all stu-
dents of his last year's class in
"Sociology of Student Life" who
assisted in the preparation of this
material.
Druids: will meet at 12 o'clock
Sunday in the Union.

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Fraternity Presidents: The ninth week dinner will be held on Tues-
y, Nov. 24. Succeeding dinners will follow on every Wednesday eve-
ng thereafter until the intensive rushing begins.
Visitors Night, Angell Hall: The public is invited to visit the Astro-
)mical Laboratory on the fifth floor of Angell Hall to observe the moon,
om 7 to 10 this evening. Children must be accompanied by adults.
Aplicants for University Scholarships: The following students are
quested to meet the Scholarship Committee Tuesday afternoon, Nov.
a Room 112 R. L. at the time indicated in this notice:

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Baptist Guild, Sunday, 6:30, Ar-
thur Bernhart, Grad., on "Funda-
mentalism and Modernism." Friend-
ship Hour, 5:30, with "eats." Guild
House, 503 E. Huron.
Baptist Students, Sunday noon,
Students' House, 503 E. Huron. Dr.
Chapman wil speak on "An Early
Voice on Social Justice.""
St. Andrew's Church Services:° 8
a. m., 9i30 a. m., 11 a. m., and 7:45,
p. m. Rev. Henry Lewis will preach
at the 11 o'clock service.
Iharris Hall: The class in "The
Christian Philosophy of Life" con-
ducted by Rev. Henry Lewis will
meet at Harris Hall at 9:30 a. m.,
Sunday. Evening supper will be at'
6 o'clock. Dr. Chas. Remer of the
Economics Department of the Uni-
versity will speak at 7 o'clock on
"Chinese Nationalism."
Tea is served every Tuesday after-
oon at 4 o'clock to the students
at the Hall.
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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Weller, J. C. ............2:45

MEETINGS TODAY
e Cabaret: The Chessmen's War Group II meets at eleven
rbour gymnasium.

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R.O.T.C. Band: The members of the band will meet at 12:50
nt of Angell Hall to have the picture taken before going to

Cosmopolitan Club meets at 8 p.
m., in Lane Hall. Prof. Remer, of
the . Economics Department, will
speak, and members of the Chinese
Students' Club will present a one-
act play. Non-members will be
charged a nominal fee.
COMING EVENTS
Economics 171: Rooms for exam-
ination on Monday, Nov. 23, 1 p. m.
A-K, Natural Science aud.; L-R, in
1925 A. H.; S-Z, 25 A. H.
All Campus Forum: S. J. Harri-
son, Professor of Philosophy and
Religion, Albion College, will speak
on "What's Wrong With Christian-
ity?" Monday afternoon at 4:15 in
Natural Science auditorium.
Governor Brucker's Address: Hon.
Wilber M. Brucker, governor of
Michigan, will address a student
convocation next Sunday, Nov. 22,
at 7:45 p. m., in Hill auditorium.
His subject will be: "Changing
Problems of State." The public is
invited to. attend.
Faculty Volleyball: Beginning on
Monday, Nov. 23, use of auxiliary
gym in Intramural Sports bldg., is'
reserved for faculty volleyball on
Monday evenings at 7:30 and Fri-
day afternoons at '4:30. New men
interested as well as last yeafs
players, are asked to report. Sched-
uled tournament between groups
will be arranged later. Further in-
quiries may be directed to Intra-
mural Dept. (Riskey) 22101 or to
Potts, Ext. 643.
Michiganensian Women Tryouts
and Junior Editors: An important
meeting of the Staff on Monday,
Nov. 23, at 4 p. in. Tryouts must be
present to be assigned to Lower
Staff positions.
Triangles meet at 4 p. m., Sunday,
at the Union.

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