)AILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to, all members.
of the University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to
the President until 3:30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1931
No. 52 If
Students and Faculty: Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 26, is a holiday. All
versity ,exercises will proceed as usual on Friday, Nov. 27, without
"ption. Alexander G. Ruthven.
Candidates for the°Phillips Scholarships in Latin and Greek must
: their names and announcement of their candidacy to the repre-
tatives of the committee before Dec. 4. First year students who have,
ered with units of Latin or of Greek are eligible. For details consult
Official Publication of the University on Scholarship Prizes and
n Funds. The examination will be conducted on Dec. 10.
Campbell Bonner, J. G. Winter.
University Golf Course is closed for the winter.
F reshmen-College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: Will all
hmen who have secured progress report blanks please turn them over
nediately to their in*ructors, if they have not already done so.
R. C. llussey, L. G. Vander Velde, Assistants to the Dean.
Mechanical Engineering Seniors: All men expecting to graduate in
2, please sign the list on the bulletin board near Room 221 West
;ineering building, indicating whether you expect to graduate in
ruary, ne, or August.,.
Geology I: Please note the Geology bulletin board for the list of
lents who have missed field trips, and those who owe for the ex-
Girls expecting to have breakfast parties at the Michigan League
r the Pan-Hellenic Ball must have their reservation in Mrs. Hollis-
s office, at the League, by 10:30 Friday morning.
Pan Hellenic Ball Regulations: The closing hours for girls attending
Paan Hellenic Ball is 2 a. m., unless they are having. breakfast follow-
the Ball in which case the closing hour is 3 a. m.
Chinese Student's Cldb: Important business meeting at 8 p m., at
Lane, Fall auditorium. Meeting is contest. Group pictures- may be
pected and ordered.;
Public Lectu'e: Mr. S. Spencer Scott, '14, vice-president of Har-
rt; Brace and Company, publishers, will talk on the subject, "The
hor and His Publisher," on Tuesday, Dec. 1, at 8 p. m., in Room 2225
Will Spend Holiday,
at Varied Pursuits'
With thousands of students ab-
,sent from the city celebrating
Thanksgiving at the home fireside,
those few remaining in the city
yesterday began arranging theirI
schedules for the holiday.
The sudden arrival of the long-
forecast cold wave has placed the
possibility of outdoor -ecreation at
a minimum. Many long drawn out
card games are in prospect. Some
students may even take advantage
of the situation to brush up on
Of course, the most important
event on any Thanksgiving sched-
ule is dinner. Local restaurants
and hash houses have prepared
special turkey, chicken, duck, goose
and roast pig dinners. The Allenel
hotel is offering the entire pro-
ceeds of today's dinner to the city
Football fans will have an op
portunity of witnessing two very
interesting contests. Ann Arbor
High school will clash with its tra-
ditional rival, Jackson at two
o'clock at Ferry Field. St. Thomas
High will bring a successful season
to a close against a strong Alumni
team, this morning at Wines Field.
Local theatres are offering spe-
cial bills with may short subjects
in addition to the regular features.
The Michigan has a change of bill
presenting Lawrence Tibbett in
"The Cuban Love Song." Stan
Laurel and Oliver Hardy continue
at the Majestic in their first feat-
afternoon, Dec. 1, at 4:15, in the
Michigan League. An informal pro-
grain, including Italian songs, has
been arranged. All interested! are
cordially invited to attend.
Philippine.Michigan Club meets
at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon, in
Sophomore Cabaret: On Friday,
Nov. 27, the Tango Group meets
at 3 p. m., the Uke Chorus and the
Empress Eugenie Groufp at 4 p. mW,
the Chess Group I at 4:30 p. m.,
and the Moderns and the Michigan
Band at 5 p. m. All meetings will
be held in the League Ballroom.
Please be there.
ican boy, Penrod and Sam, with
a brilliant juvenile cast including According to the nation-wideo
Leon Janney and Junior Coghlan. poll of College Stories Magazine, i
Special holiday programs have college men prefer college women
been arranged by the National as life companions. The poll re- C
veals that men preferred college ti
Broadcasting Company and Colum- women because they have "it," in- co
bia chains. / telligence, and a knowledge of the
The Coliseum offers skating, the' higher things of life. p
tre laugh riot, "Pardon Us." The
Wuerth will present Booth Tark-i
ington's famous story of the Amer-
nooy. " "renro nAAm . wiiu
Union pool billiards and checkers,
and the woods offer rabbits.
So, go to it, boys.
Christmas Shopping Season
Has arrived at
Two large stocks of
CHRISTMAS BOOKS, GREETING
Worden Will Attend
Howard T. Worden, '32, president
f the interfraternity council, left
nn Arbor yesterday for New York
ity where he will attend the Na-
onal Interfraternities C o u n c i l
Expenses for the trip are being
aid by the local council.
Opp. Court House
REVIVAL OF THE REVIVAL
,000 , I
Italiano: The first meeting of the
year will be held Tuesday
'Streets ol No
Lydia MENDELSSOHN Theatre
Saturday November 28th
served in the
Funds to be Distributed by the Special Gifts Committee
of the City of Ann Arbor for Charity Purposes'
This is the play that was so successfully produced last week.
ingerle operated restaurants
61.00 poe cover
TICKETS 50c and 75c
w NOW ON SALE AT BOX OFFICE
Phone 6300 for Reservations
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No Change In Price
DON LOONIS and His ORCHESTRA
THIS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
HE MICHIAN VNIO
A Real Campus Event!