THE MICHIGAN DAILY
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
University Broadcasting--2 p. m.: "Present Day Opportunities for a
Career in Music," Professor David Mattern.
"The Advantages of a Pharmaceutical Education," Professor C. C.
English 293-Bibliography: A preliminary meeting in this course to
supplement lectures in bibliography will be held at 2 p. m., in Room 1209
Soph. Engineers: Assembly at 4 p. m., in Room 348. Class business.
ublication in the
f the University.
he President until
Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
Copy received at the office of the Assistant to
3:30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday.
Soph Prom Committee meeting at 4:30, Room 306, Michigan Union.
Sophomore Cabaret Hostesses: A meeting at Mosher Drawing Room,
Mosher-Jordan Halls. Miss Inez Bozorth, Director of Mosher-Jordan
Halls, has complimented the hostesses by inviting them to tea at 4 p. m.
Hostesses must not miss this meeting as it is very important and instruc-
tions will be given.
Sophomore Cabaret: The Chessmen's War Group II meets at 3, the
Giant Puppets at 4, and the Colored Tap (Harmonica) Group at 5. There
will be a very important dress rehearsal in the League Ballroom at 7
p. m. Everybody must be present. (Continued on Page 3)
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1931
Pre-Medical, Students: The Association of American Medical Col-
eges Committee on Aptitude Tests recommends that any student apply- j
ng for entrance by September, 1932, to a medical school should take the
Aptitude Test. This test is now a normal requirement for admission
o practically all medical schools. It is expected that all applicants for.
admission to the University of Michigan Medical School will take this
est. A fee of one dollar is charged to defray the expenses of the Com-
nittee. Application for taking this test should be made at the Registrar':
)ffice, Room 4, University Hall at once. Registration closes today.
Further information about this -examination may be obtained from
he Registrar's Office. Ira M. Smith, Registrar.
Fraternity and Sorority Presidents: Fraternities and sororities whicr
iave not already done so are requested to fill out and return to the Offic(
If the Dean of Students the membership blanks recently mailed t(
hem. J. A. Bursley, Dean of Students.
Choral Union Concert Traffic Regulations: By direction of the Ann
rbor Police Department and the Buildings and Grounds Division of
he University, in order to avoid congestion and confusion on the occa-
ion of Choral Union Concerts, begining with the Revelers concert on
Vednesday night, Traffic regulations as follows will be enforced here-
Through traffic will be prohibited on North University Avenue in
ront of the Auditorium during concerts. Taxicabs only, will be permited
o unload and load on North University Avenue in front of the Audi-
oriurh before and after concerts. Private cars will load and unload at
he side entrances on Thayer and Ingalls Streets, as in the past. On
ainy nights a canopy will be erected on the Ingalls Street side and also,
s soon as a canopy can be procured,, one will be erected in front on
ainy nights for the benefit of those patrons using taxicabs.
Also, to avoid embarrassment, congestion and confusion, on the
ccasion of intermissions, concert attendants who step outside the
uilding intending to return for the balance of the concert, will be re-
Luired to present their ticket stubs to the officer at the outer doors, on
e-entering the building.
The Ann Arbor Police Department, the Buildings and Grounds Divi-
ion, and the University Musical Society will appreciate the sympathetic
o-operation of concert goers in conforming with these regulations
vhich "are intended to facilitate and simplify the problem of handling
he large audiences. Charles A. Sink.
Student Council: Meeting at 7:30 p. m.
All Campus Forum: Preston W. Slosson, Professor of History, will
speak on "The Moratrium-what after June 1932?", at 4:15 in Natural
Dr. F. B. Fisher will speak afthe weekly Fireside discussion hour at
4 o'clock, in Wesley Hall.
An Open Forum on the subject "Is Reincarnation a Practical Philo-
sophy" will be led by Mr. E. Norman Pearson of Detroit in the Chapel
of the League building at 8 p. m. Every one interested is invited.
A.S.C.E.: Illustrated lecture on the Hetch-Hetchy project. All inter-
ested are invited to attend, at 7:15 p. m., in Room 1213 E. Eng. bldg.
Observatory Journal Club meets at 4:15 in the Observatory lecture
room. Professor A. D. Maxwell will present a paper on "Preliminary
Results on the Distances, Dimensions, and Space Distribution of Open
Star Clusters" by R. J. Trumpler. Tea will be served from 3:45 to 4:15.
Political Science Journal Club meets in the Political Science Seminar
Room, 3 to 5 p. m.
Phi Epsilon Kappa meets at 7:15 p. m., in Room 302, Michigan Union.
Sigma Gamma Epsilon initiation at 5:30 p. m., banquet at 6:30 p. m.,
in Michigan Union.
Jewish Students: The regular tea and informal social will be held
at the Hillel Foundation from 3:30 to 5 p. m. You are cordially invited.
Hillel Medical Class: The class in "Medicine and the Jews during the
Ages" will meet at the Foundation, 7:30 p. m., sharp. Dr. Isaacs will
lecture on "Medicine in the Psalms," and "Medicine in the New Testa-
ment." All those attending are requested to appear promptly in order
that the lecture might be over in time for the Choral Union Concert.
Youngstown Michigan Club meets at 7:15 p. m., in' the Michigan
Union. Important meeting.
Cosmopolitan Club special initiation of new members will take place
at Lane Hall at 4 p. m., promptly.
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ilty Members, College of Liter-
Science, anid the Arts: Fifty
chool principals will visit Ann
on Dec. 10, for the purpose
ferring with their former stu-
who are now freshmen in the
sity. These students have
given progress report blanks
ompleted by their instructors
eturned to Professor R. C.
yor Professor L. G. Vander
Assistants to the Dean. If
members of the faculty are
g these blanks it would be
;iated if they could be turned
ain the next few days so that
nay be on file for the use of
incipals. Of the three hun-
and forty-three students in-
, there are seventy for whom
orts have been received.
Ira M. Smith, Registrar
duate Students: Special tables
e reserved every noon at the
d of the League cafeteria for
ate students, both men and
ology 243: Dr. Wood's Sem-
n' Criminology will 'not meet
T HEBST ONE YET.
This is the verdict of everyone who has seen
Michigan len ar
An inexpensive but beautiful Christmas Gift- .
Are Back to
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Think of It
n Ushers: Report at
m before 7:30 p. tn.,
Freshmen and Sophomores inter-
ed in forming an interclass
ketball team are urged to sign
at the Union student offices
lay, Friday, Saturday, and Mon-
y in the afternoon. Play begins
the Revelers in Choral Union
neert: Lewis James, formerly of
n Arbor, James Melton, Phil
wey, Wilfred Glenn and Frank
Lck, constituting the Revelers,
.1 give a program at 8:15 p. m.,
An exhibit of contemporary Swed-
iarchitecture is now being shown
the' Architectural building. It
y be seen daily from 9 to 5, ex-
pt Sundays, through Dec. 12. The
blic is invited.
The Student Branch, American
ciety of Mechanical Engineers
ll hold its fourth regular meeting
8 p. m., in Michigan Union. Dr.
S. Duffendack will give an illu-
ated talk on "Electric Sparks."
portant business and light re-
-istory 47 (V. W. Crane): Make-
examination will be held in 1020
H., at1 p.m.
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