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October 01, 1931 - Image 2

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oday s Radio Programs
(Ei-,tern Standard TIrn)

Dental Professor Finds Breakfast!
in Russia Costly; French
Economics conditions in Europe,
from a scientist's point of view,
are far worse than in America, ac-
cording to Dr. U. G. Rickert, pro-
fessor in the dentistry school, who
returned recently from a ten-week
tour of the Continent.
Dr. Ridkert's trip to Europe wasf
prompted when he was delegated
by the American Dental association
to deliver one of four papers given
at the eighth international dental
congress, which was held in Paris.
After the congress, Dr. Rickert
William Nickols Elected Social
Chairman in Meeting
Last Night.
At the first meeting of the Stu-
dent Christian Association Ren-
dezvous club, held last night at
Lane hall, William G. Nichoals, '35,
was elected social chairo'an. Plans
for the first social function of the
organization, a dance to be given
at Lane hall Oct. 16, were discussed.
The organization was formed at
the freshman rendezvous, conduct-
ed annually during the week prior
to the orientation period at the
University Fresh Air camp, Patter-
son Lake, by the cabinet of the
Student Christian association. The
ninety-odd men invited to atend
it are chosen according to the
scholastic and social ability which
they have displayed at their several
preparatory schools, together with
the charactar which each has been
judged to have.
Luncheon Club Tickets
on Sale at Union Desk
Tickets for the Freshmen lunch-
eon club may be secured for the
next two weeks, starting Oct. 5 and
ending Oct. 16, at the Union, today
for $5, Hugh R. Conklin, '32E, pres-,
ident announced.

made a tour of fourteen of theI
northern European countries, le
was impressed by the communistic
developments in Russia but declin-
ed making public his views on the
situation. While in Mscwhe
came into a brief contact with
Bernard Shaw and Lady Astor. who
were staying at the same hotel.
"Conditions in Europe in gener_
al," Rickert disclosed, "were much
worse than those in the United
States. France alone seems to be
head and shoulders above the rest,
and its condition may be even bet-
ter than that of the United States.
"It is amusing," he contmiued,
"that in France Americans are
charged twice as much for meals
as the Frenchman pays, and they
iget away with it. In Russia prices
are extremely high. A continental
breakfast-which consists of rolls,
butter, jam, coffee and perhaps an
egg or two-costs more than $6.
Consequently the peasants, who
earn only about $75 a mont, diet
on black bread, green cucumbers
and raw cabbage.
"The Germans," Rickert observ-
ed, "seem to show no national spir-
it whatsoever. England is suffer-
ing, and the dole system has work-
ed a bad effect on the people. In-
stead of working, for example, at
a job paying ten or more per week,
they are content to laf nd re--
ceive five or less dollars per week."
The prefessor also observed that
religion was on a slight deelino
throeghout Europe in ,cnrl.

? you've xever heard Bird and four brothers singing will broadcast
Vasl, you actually have been miss- through stations WABC and WEAN.
ing a truly funny radio sketch.
Conistently making mirth-provok- Dance programs are the main at-
ing statements, the two, Bird and "tractions on the NBC chains to-
Vash, have begun to become ac- night. Delivering; a program by
knowledged as the leading comedy Rudy Vallee through station WWJ
tch on the air WOKO or WBCM at 7 o'clock, the NBC switches over
.t , ,..I to the WJZ chain with the Black-
bring them to you at 5.45 stone Plantation sketch with Julia
t'lock. Sanderson and Frank Crummit at
A mon:C Colnbia's presentations the microphone at 8 o'clock, relayed
tonight are Abe Lyman's dance through WJR. Don Voorhees follows
band at 7:15 o'clock and the this program at 8:30 o'clock through
Rhythm choristers with Freddie the same station. Back on the
Rich's orchestra at 8 o'clock, both WEAF network, through WWJ at 9
coming fr::m station WEAN. Tito o'clock, B. A. Wolfe and his orches-
Guizar will sing into the micro- tra fill in between advertising for
phne at 9:39 though station WEAN, Lucky Strikes. At the same time
followed immediately by Peters' through WWJ, Harry Horlick's or-
Parade from WXYZ. Brusiloff will chestra can be heard in another
bring his orchestra to the radio commercial program. Little Jack
audience at 9:45 o'clock from Little takes up the burden through
WEAN. Bing Crosby, the new radio WWJ at 10 o'clock and leaves off
sensation, comes through WABC at 10:15 to let the Poet of the Or-
and WOKO at 10 o'clock. At 11 gan, Jesse Crawford, cast a spell
o'clock, Guy Lombardo with his over the audience with his music.

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An attempt to reorganize the fi-
nances of campus organiaions is
being made by Walter i. Rea a-
sistant to the dean of student
who is to take compeite chargeOf
the books of these groups this year.
Including honorary societie , of-
ficial student dances, the inter-
fraternity council, the tudent
council, and all other organiza-
tions not governed by boards ir,
control among those for which he
is to be virtual business manager
Rea expressed n desire to have in-
terviews with their teasurer; for
the purpose of arranging an in-
spection of books.
Rea denied that either the Lea-
gue or the Union would be affected
by the innovation, and said frater.
nities would also be exemo from
control by the office.


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1The Lhidosophy )f Physic)"

"Hlow the Great War Caine"
Date to be announced
"Fiction in History and H istory iN oICt1o9"
November 23, 1931

~What Makes Personality"

January 27, 1932

Subjed to be announced
Date also to be announced



Will Speak on African Experiences
New Moving Pictures are Included
December 14, 1931

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