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'nglish Essayist, Humanitarian,
at Reigious Meeting
,Rabbi Heller of the Hillel.*found-
ation will spear at an open forum
at 4:15 Tu.esday afternoon at Lane
hall. His topic will be "Present Day
Judaism." This will be the second
in a series of religious forums to
be held in- Lane hal The purpose~
oan Lecture Series. of theseries is~ to familiarize all
thbe vaious creeds to the stibdent&t
Speaking on T)0 ilosophy of On- Dec. 8 ,Rev. H. P. Marley of the
~Physics," Bertraw.1 Ruissell, English U Vi arid, chu~rch will conduct a
philosopher, essayist, and humani- forum on 'The Unitararian Objec-
tarian, will make his first appear- tive."
.ancoe in Ann Arbor on Wednesday,________
December 2.: He is the second
speaker of the lecture series spon- o ey Will Open
sored by the University .of Michi- BsnesConferenzce
gan Oratorical association.
Bertrand Russell has been des- epre enbtatives from the chap-
cribed as "one of the most gen- t;ers of Sigma 'Rho Tau throughout
uinely distinguished and brilliant the nation %wll meet In Ann Arbor,
philosophic minds of the age." IDe- t~rgt t or their fourth annual
spte the fact that he has been b~,S3,SS conference.
made a .peer' of the British- realm The meeting will be held in the
and a noble lord, to be legally Union at 73 'lc n ilb
k~nown as the Right Honorable, thepeiddoe b rs RlhG
~arl Russell, he remains as much Gilspeof -Beta chapter in De-
the philosopher, scien~,tist, maathe- ileptroit. Other National officers are;
matieian, sociologist, and essayistsertyPalFnkDlacap
as he ever was. He has a seat in tereofaryPal Oak trelhauepFe-
the House of Lords, but inistead t errick oa a;tesrrFe L. Arnet, '31A; and vice-pres-
going in for politics, he confines ;dent John 0. Hoiad, '31E.,
himjself to socia~l questions. ___ - '
Russell began his career as a
~phlosopher in 1896 when hne pub-
lished a study of German social'
deocacy. He advanced along
tht line from that tlime on, broad-
ening his fild of activity to take
in mtheacs, science, sociology,
relgi, and related subjects. Nowl
he isrecognized as one of the f'or-
mos thinkers and students in most
of lei mnyfields.
'World afars have for some time
occ~ped mch of Russell's atten- Ke % U
tio ad he has written several
books on modern countries. Among I*
others of his books are "Principles L %
of Mathematics," "Principles of So-
cial Reconstruxction," " Thre A.B.c.,A RE C
of Atoms,", and "What I Believe." L W E C
His latest work, just published, is' -a revelatie
"The Scientific Outlook."
Having arrived in this country in L.,UPE VEI
October, Mr. Russell is making his
fourth and last tour of the United "SCHNOZZLE
States, and excpects to visit many
cities before his return to England. - -funnier-than it
Dr.' W. B. Pillsbury
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in touch with his foreign contem-
poraries; but he has probably de-
rived more personal enjoyment
from canoeing trips in the Rock-.r
ies, horseback riding, or occasional
ventures on the golf course. His
love for the outdoors is one of the
things which endears this well-
liked teacher to his students. Any-
one with Doctor Pillsbury's love of Ir
Nature could not prevent showing FO('j~
a tender side to all humanity.
First proofs .of his autobiography 1
With Intriguing Veils
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Laundry drop box at Barbecue
opposite Angell Hall. 200c
WANTED-Student laundry. Also
bedding. Reasonable prices, Soft
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Family Washings._ Phone 707-
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have been recently receivedcbD c-
tor Pillsbury; soon the world will
be one book richer; a book which
will give, we hope, a clearer insight
to a character, who has cast aside
thought of material gain in order
to better contfib~ute to the Arts
Shipments of iron ore from the
Lake Superior district for 1931 are
expected to be the lightest in a
decade, less than 30,000,000 tons.
Servng Michigan Men and Women for the tsa~yet a igth~
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Recognized by Senate',
The Student's Theosophical club
has been recognized by the Senate
committee on Student Affairs. The
purpose of this organization is to
encourage the study of 'Theosophy
which is that body of truths thiat
has been taught by the founders
of all great religions.
~Felix Layton, '33, is president of
the club and Thomas N. Greville,
grad, is secretary.
Some Cast! Some Show!
WILL ROGE1~S in "AMBASSADOR BILL"
1:30-1:00 P. M.
Now that mid term exams are over
you wil be looking forward to the holi-
days and the 'usual round of parties, but
these days of waiting will be livliHer if o alw.h elo h RTt
the ;ome of good cooking.
30 college grid
strs in action
Bcz-. in Dexter, educated in Ypsilanti,, son
associate in HOMVE COMING CONCERT,
of Mr. and Mrs. Luther James of Ann Arbor, and
CHORAL UNION SERES, THURSDAY, DEC. 3.
Drop inater class and
asic they're all yelling
WHIh acti-non ad Hu-
movies as well as for regular meals.
The tastie-s of foods await you/ The best
of service will attend you.
T R k' ha'~' qit taken London by storm. Their de-but
was an enormou s succ.*s. They are quite the best male Lingers we
have liezrd.-London Times.
The Revelers pre, in my ot-fjnn tin finest vocal quzintet to an-
A ilew techniquie of ontal combination . . equally-yes nore
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I douibt i four more splendid vocies were ever combined in a
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