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Publication in the
of the University.
the President until

Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
Copy received at the ofice of the Assistant to
3:30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday.

...the side entrances on Thayer and Ingalls Streets, as in the past. On
rainy nights a canopy will be erected on the Ingalls Street side and also,
as -soon as a canopy can be procured,, one will be erected in front on
rainy nights for the benefit of those patrons using taxicabs.
Also, to avoid embarrassment, congestion and confusion, on the
occasion of intermissions, concert attendants who step outside the
building intending to return for the balance of the concert, will be re-
quired to present their ticket stubs to the officer at the outer doors, on
re-entering the building.
The Ann Arbor Police Department, the Buildings and Grounds Divi-
sion, and the University Musical Society will appreciate the sympathetic
co-operation of concert goers in conforming with these regulations'
which are intended to facilitate and simplify the problem of handling
ng the large audiences. Charles A. Sink.


SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1931 No. 54.

To the Menbers of the University Senate: There will be a meetin
the University Senate on Monday, Nov. 30, at 4:15 p. m., in Roo
", Law building. The Senate consists of the Professors, Associa
ofessors, Assistant Professors and others specially designated by th
gents. Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.


Sophomore, Junior and Senior Engineers: Mid-semester reports for
'ades below C are now on file and open to inspection in the office of
e Assistant Dean, Room 259 West Engineering building.,
A. H. Lovell, Assistant Dean.
Candidates for the Phillips Scholarships in Latin and Greek must
nd their names and announcement of their candidacy to the repre-
ntatives of the committee before Dec. 4. First year students who have
itered with units of Latin or of Greek are eligible. For'details consult
he Official Publication of the University on Scholarship Prizes and
)an Funds. The examination will be conducted on Dec. 10.
Campbell Bonner, J. G. Winter.'
Mechanical Engineering Seniors: All men expecting to graduate in
32, please sign the list on the bulletin board near Room 221 West
agineering building, indicating whether you expect to graduate in
bruary, June, or August.
Notice to Students Planning to do Directed Teaching: Students ex-
oting to do directed teaching next semester are urged to interview
. 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. O. Davis, School of Education.,
Twilight Organ Recital: Palmer Christian, University Organist, will
ve the following program, Wednesday, Dec. 2, 4:15, in Hill auditorium:
Widor: Allegro (Symphony VI); Elgar: Andante expressivo (Soxfata
G); Bach: Toccata, Adagio and Fugue in C; Hagg: Aftonfrid (Eve-
ng Peace); Rousseau: Scherzo; Debussy-Christian; Prelude to "The
essed Damozelle"; Bonnet: Rhapsody Catalane.
The Revelers in Choral Union Concert: Lewis James, formerly of
in Arbor, James Melton, Phil Dewey, Wilfred Glenn and Frank Black,
nistituting the Revelers will give the following program in the Choral
lion Series, Thtisday evening, Dec. 3, at 8:15, in Hill auditorium:
Rachmaninoff: Prelude in G minor; Rasbach: Trees; Herbert: En-
cte from Naughty Marietta, "Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life"; Brown:
e Woman in the Shoe; Work: Grandfather's Clock; Spiritual: de
)spel Train; de Leath: The Ginger-Bread Brigade; Bloom: Song of
e Bayou; Grofe: Mardi Gras (from the Mississippi Suite); Meyer:
isanna; Schwartz: Dancing in the Dark; King: Raquel; Hupfield:
hen Yuba Plays the Rumba on his Tuba down in Cuba.
A limited number of season tickets at $6.00, $8.00, $10.00 and $12.00
ch and tickets for individual 'concerts at $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50,
e still available at the School of Music office. Charles A. Sink.
Choral Union Concert Traffic Regulations: By direction of the Ann
bor Police Department and the Buildings and Grounds Division of
e University, in order to avoid congestion and confusion on the occa-
n of Choral Union Concerts, begining with the Revelers concert on
ednesday night, Traffic regulations as follows will be enforced here-
Through traffic will be prohibited on North University Avenue in
ant of the Auditorium during concerts. Taxicabs only will be permited
unload and load on North University Avenue in front of the Audi-
rium before and after concerts. Private cars gill load and unload at1

Presbyterian Young People's Society: Student Class for Freshmen
Men and Women meets at 9:30 at the Church House. This class is
studying some of the Historical Ways in which the Bible has been used.
Student Class for Upperclassmen meets 12-12:45, immediately after
the morning worship, in the Lecture Room of the Church. This class
is studying some of the ethical issues in current events as they are
presented by the Christian Century Magazine.
Social Hour and Student Forum 5:30. The subject this week is, "It
Seems Pretty Terrible to Me." The discussion is to be led by the Wise
Men of the Society.
Congregational Student Fellowship: Dr. John Alexander, Head of
the Department of Thoracic Surgery at the University Hospital, will
speak tonight at 6:30 on the subject "The Broadening Relationship,be-
tween the Public and the Medical Profession." The usual social half
hour and six o'clock supper wil precede the talk. All students are cor-
dially invited.
Baptist Guild: 5:30 Friendship Hour. 6:30, Program by World Serv-
ice Committee, on "Curiosity." Miss Mary Agnes Burchard, 33M, chair-
man will be in charge. At Student House, 503 E. Huron.
Wesley Guild: 12 p. m. Classes. The Freshman group led by Prof.
Carrothers; the Undergrads led by Dr. Blakeman; and the Graduate
group discussion led by Mr. Pryor.
At 6 p. m., Dr. Blakeman will lead upon the subject of "Religion and
the State." Discussion will be led by Wilber Meyers, Jack Luther, and
William Corson.

Philippine-Michigan Club meets at 3 o'clock in Lane Hall.;
Jewish Students: The Avukah meeting, previously announced as
being held at the foundation, will be held in:Wesley Hall, State and
Huron, tonight at 8 o'clock. Movies will be shown and there will be
dancing between reels.
University Lecture: Friday, Dec. 4, at 4:15 p. m., Natural Science aud.
Prof. Peng-Chun Chang, of Nankai University, Tientsin, China, and at
present a member of the Department of Philosophy at the University of
Chicago: "Traditions and Technique of the Chinese Theatre."
Public Lecture: Mr. S. Spencer Scott, '14, vice-president of Har-
court, Brace and Company, publishers, will talk on the subject, "The
Author and His Publisher," on Tuesday, Dec. 1, at 8 p. m., in Room 2225
Angell Hall.
History 11, Lect. Section I. (Preston Slosson): Make-up examination
for absentees from Mid-semester will be given Monday, ,Nov. 30, at 3
p. m., in Room 4001 A. H.
Alpha Nu of Kappa Phi Sigma: Meeting Tuesday evening at 7:30
sharp in the Alpha Nu room on the fourth floor of Angell Hall. The
program will include an open forum discussion.of the subject "Resolved:
That Faculty Supervision of Student Publications Should be Limited to
a Financial Audit." Pledges must come prepared to participate in the
University Girls' Glee Club will hold rehearsal Monday, Nov. 30, at
5 p. m., at the League.
Rabbi Heller, of the Hillel Foundation, will speak at a Religious
Forum Tuesday, Dec. 1, in Lane Hall, at 4:15 p. m. His topic will be
"Present Day Judaism."
Hillel Players will meet at the Foundation Tuesday, Dec. 1, 7:30 p. m.
Junior Research Club, Tuesday, Dec. 1, at 7:30 p. in., Room 2082 N. S.
Initiation of new members. Papers by Dr. Gordon L. Walls-"On the
Significance of the Natural Color-Filters Inside the Eyes of Certain
Vertebrates;" Prof. W. E. Lay-"Streamlining of Automobiles."
Junior Mathematical Society will meet Tuesday, Dec. 1, at 7:30 p. m.
H. E. Vaughan will speak on "The Indicatr of an Integer." All those
interested are invited to attend.
Botanical Seminar meets Wednesday, Dec. 2, at 4:30, Room 1139,
N. S. bldg. Paper by Louis E. Wehmeyer-"The Genus Diaporthe and its

Rendezvous Will Hold
Second Dance Friday
The Rendezvous club will hold its
second freshman party Friday eve-
ning at the Masonic temple.
Lewis Kearns, '35, announced that
tickets will sell for one dollar a
couple. All freshmen are invited.
Men must procure their own girls,
as the dating bureau wil not oper-
Don Loomis' orchestra has been
engaged. Dancing will last from 9
till 1 o'clock a. m.
tion of 60 members into Phi Kappa
Phi will be held as a dinner meet-
ing at 6:30 on the evening of
Thursday, Dec. 10. Dean Dana, will
speak. Members desiring to attend
should notify this office, 308 Eng.
Annex, Univ. extension 649.
R. S. Swinton, Sec.
Polonia Circle: A short business
meeting Monday, Nov. 30, at 7:30;
in Women's League.
Bookshelf and Stage Section of
Women's Faculty Club meets with
Mrs. Mullett, 1312 Geddes, Tuesday,
Dec. 1, 2:45 p. m., Mxs. F'. E. Ross
will be assisting hostess.
Psychology 33L, 35, and 37: All
laboratory students in these courses
are required to attendI the labora-
tory discussion Wednesday, at 7:30
p. m., in Room 3126 N. S.
Acolytes: Meeting Monday, 7:30
p. m., in Philosophy Office. Prof.
Uchenko will discuss "Zermello's
Postulate and Russell."
Social Dancing: The intermediate
class will meet'at 7:15 and advanced
class:. meets at 8:15, Monday eve-
ning, Women's Athletic bldg. The
beginners' classes will meet at 7:15
and 8:15 Tuesday evening at Bar-
bour gymnasium.

The Oriental Women's Club will hold a meeting of welcome for new-
comers in the Cave at the League today, at 4:30 p. m. A buffet supper
will be served.
Liberal Students Union: Miss Dorothy Detzer will speak at 7:30 p.
m., on "Women in the Peace Movement." Refreshments served.
Chinese Politico-Economic Society meets at 8 p. m., in Wesley Hall.
Mr. Y. P. Wang will speak on "Kuomintung and the National Govern-
ment." Mr. Alexander Kan will lead the discussion. All Chinese stu-
dents interested are welcome.
Dr. Ida Metzger, of Dahanu, India, will speak on "The Ministry of
Healing" at the meeting of the Student Volunteer Group in Harris Hall,
State and Huron, at 9:30 a. m. today. You are cordially invited.
St. Andrew's Church Services: 8 a. m. Corporate Communion for the
men and boys of the Church. 9:30 a. m., Sunday School Service; 11 a. m..
morning prayer and sermon by Rev. Henry Lewis. The evening service
has been changed to 5:30 p. m., instead of the usual time at 7:45.
Harris Hall: There will be a breakfast at the Hall this morning at
8:45 for those who have attended the Corporate Communion at the
Church. Supper this evening will be at 6 o'clock. Miss Ellen Gammack
will speak to the students at 7 o'clock on "The Christian Use of Money,"'
also Miss Vera Dobroukanska will speak on "Student Life in Bulgaria."
Tea is served every Tuesday afternoon to Students at the Hall from 4-6.
Zion and Trinity Lutheran Student Club will hold its regular meet-
ing this evening at 5:30 at the Parrish Hall. An unusual feature will be
'the talk, "A Student's Social Life in Geri'nan Universities," by Dr. Seid-
ler of Austria.__ _--
Druids will not hold their regular

Society of Industrial Engineers:
There is to be an important busi-
ness meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.,
Union. The room will be announced
on the Union Bulletin board. All
members, and prospective members
are urged to attend.
Circolo Italiano: The first meet-
ing of the year will be held Tues-
day, Dec. 1, at 4:15 p. im., Michigan
League. An informal program, in-
cluding Italian songs, has: been
arranged. All interested are cor-
dially invited to attend.
Engineering Council: Meeting at
7:30 p. m., Tuesday, Dec. 1, in Mich-
igan Union. Punctuality is desired:
Eta Sigma Phi : Christmas meet-
ing will be held Wednesday, Dec. 2,
at 7:30 in the garden room of the
Women's League.
Phi Kappa Phi: The Fall initia-


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