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THE MICHIAN DAILY SATURDAY, NOVEMBE

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)AILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
iblication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
the University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to
e President until 3:30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday.

WINSTON CHURCHILL WILL LECTURE
IN ANN ARBOR ON AMERICAN TOUR
The Rt. Hon. Winston S. Church- twenty-seven, he was a member of

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L. XLII.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1931

No. 53

NOTICES
Notice to Students Planning to do Directed Teaching: Students ex-
eting to do directed teaching next semester are urged to interviewl
. Schorling on Tuesday, Dec. 1, in Room 2435 University Elementary
hool, according to the following schedule: social studies, 10 to 11;
iglish, rhetoric, 'and speech, 1 to 2; science and Latin, 2 to 3; French,
athematics, and fine arts, 3 to 4. It is of the utmost importance that
e seniors come to this conference, for everything else being equal, the
portunities for directed teaching will be assigned in order of applica-
n. Those coming late may need to do their directed teaching under
nditions that represent considerable inconvenience. Any student who
s a definite appointment at the hour suggested should report for a
nference at one of the other periods. Every effort will be made to
eet his needs. C. 0. Davis, School of Education.
Women's League Library will be closed this afternoon for re-classi-
n, and cataloguing.

MEETINGS TO DAY'

Varsity Glee Club: All members will please report not later than 6:45
in., at the Union for rehearsal before the concert. The concert will
infopnal.
Beta Kappa Rho party at 8:30 p. in., in the Cave of the League.
ansportation home will be furnished.
COMING EVENTS
Public Lecture: Mr. S. Spencer Scott, '14, vice-president of Har-
rt, Brace and Company, publishers, will talk on the subject, "The
thor and-His Publisher," on Tuesday, Dec. 1, at 8 p. m., in Room 2225
Bell Hall.
History 11, Lect. Section 1. (Preston Slosson): Make-up examination
absentees from Mid-semester will -be given Monday, Nov. 30, at 3
n., in Room 4001 A. H.
Alpha Nu of Kappa Phi Sigma: Meeting Tuesday Evening at 7:30
Lp in the Alpha Nu room on the fourth floor of Angell Hall. The
gram will include an open forum discussion of the subject "Resolved:
at Faculty Supervision of Student Publications Should be Limited to
'inancial Audit." Pledges must come prepared to participate in the
Scalp and Blade: Meeting Sunday, Nov. 29, at the Union, 2:30 sharp.
University Girls' Glee 'Club will hold rehearsal Monday, Nov. 30, at
in., at the League.
Ilillel Players will meet at the Foundation Tuesday,. Dec. 1, 7:30 p. m.
Philippine-Michigan Club meets at 3.o'clock Sunday afternoon, in
e Hall.
Hindustan Club meeting Sunday at 2:15 p. m., in Lane Hall. Dr. J.
underland will give an address. Everyone cordially invited.
Oriental iWomen's Club will hold a meeting of welcome for newcom-
in the Cave at the League, Sunday, Nov. 29, at 4:30 p. m. A buffet
per will be served.
Rabbi. Heller, of the Hillel Foundation, will speak at a Religious
um Tuesday, Dec. 1, in Lane Hall, at 4:15 p. m. His topic will be
esent Day Judaism."
Dr. Ida Metzger, of Dahanu, India, will speak on' "The Ministry of
ling" at the meeting of the Student Volunteer Group in Harris Hall,
te and Huron, at 9:30 a. m., Sunday. You are cordially invited.

ill, British minister, politician, au- I Parliament; before he was thirty-
thor, and member of parliament, one, a member of the Ministry; and
will speak in Ann Arbor on Janu- an experienced cabinet member at
ary 27, it was definitely announced thirty-four.
yesterday by Henry Moser, of the Churchill has been a member of
Speech department, business man-th Bris Palmetfror
the British Parliament for over
ager of the University of Michigan twenty-five years, and was Chan-
Oratorical Association, under whose cellor of the Exchequer from 1924
auspices Churchill will lecture, to 1929. During his long career he
Announced for an extensive lec; has been Minister of Commerce,
ture tour of this country to have Coloiies, Navy, Munitions, Home
begun last October, Churchill was ,Affairs, War, and Treasury.
.compelled to postpone his coming+ Taking a holiday, as it were,
because of unsettled political situ- from British politics, Churchill will
ation and the general electioni in visit some forty American cities,
England. Now that the general including Boston, New York, Hart-
election, in which Mr. Churchill was ford, Chicago, Cleveland, Philadel-
re-elected by an overwhelming ma- phia, Detroit, Indianapolis, Ann
jority, is over, he will arrive on he Arbor, St. Louis, Kansas City, At-
Berengaria, December 8. His first lanta, and other cities in the South.
lecture will be delivered before the Subjects of his lectures in this
Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sci- country will deal with the problems
ence on the evening of December of the British Empire as they are
9. related to the rest of the world, and
Winston Churchill has been to the general world economic situ-
known for years as "the stormy ation.
petrel of British politics." He is the One of his most interesting an-
grandson of a Duke of Marlborough, nearances will be made before the
and the son of Lord Randolph New York Economic Club on Jan-
Churchill, and was well launched uary 18, when Owen D. Young, S.
upon his career before he was thir- Parker Gilbert, J. P. Morgan, John
ty. He -had seen more fighting D. Rockefeller, Jr., Otto Kahn, and,
than the oldest general by the time other famous bankers and 'finan-
he was twenty-six. Before he was ciers will sit at 'the speakers' table.
Charity Game Thirty In July 1899 the Michigan and
Cornell baseball teams held an in-
ears Ago Described tersectional battle in drand Ra-
pids. $18.54 from the proceeds of
A precedent for today's game the game were turned over to the
with Wisconsin, a semi-charity Grand Rapids community chest to
game of 32 years ago, the Union be used in caring for the needy of
proposal for a historical museum, the city."
and further excerpts from the diary The game attracted wide atten-
of George Washington Pray, '45, Ltion and the city was thrown open
feature this week's Michigan Alum- to visitors on the day of the game.
nus. Of the profits of the game $200
were given to the Michigan Union,
the usual, time at 7:45. $100 for a scholarship, $200 to the
Memorial building of the Univer-
Harris Hall: There will be break- sity, and two dances for the bene-
fast at the Hall at 8:45 Sunday fit of the glee clubs who sang at
morning for those who have at- the festivities after the game were
tended the Corporate Communion financed. The remainder went to
at the Church. Supper Sunday charity.
evening is at 6 o'clock. Miss Ellen Reminiscent of the seniors who
Gammack will speak, to the stu- are carrying photograph prints
dents at 7 o'clock 'on "The Chris- around and pestering their friends 1
tian Use of Money." Tea is served to decide which is the best picture x
every Tuesday afternoon *to the for the 'Ensian is this piece from i
students at Harris Hall from four the diary of Pray as a senior. C
to six p. In. _= _ _

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y Guild-Sunday 12 p. m. Classes. The
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Freshman group led
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.ate group discussion led by
ryor.
p. m., Dr. Blakeman will lead
the subject of "Religion and
Late." Discussion will be led
lber Meyers, Jack Luther, and
mn Corson.
Andrew's Church Services:
y, 8 a. m., Corporate Corn-
n for the men and -boys of
hurch;t9:30 a.n., Sunday
1 Service; 11 a. m., morning
and sermon by Rev. Henry
The evening service has been
ed to 5:30 p. m., instead of
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