______ ___THE MICHIGAN DAILY Fm
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to
the President until 3:30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1931
President and Mrs. Ruthven will be at home from 41
first two Sunday afternoons of each month to m
ulties, their friends, and other residents of Ann Arbor.
to 6 o'clock on
embers of the
Faculty Concert: Mrs. Laura Littlefield, Assistant Professor of Voice
in the School of Music, and Mrs. Mabel Ross Rhead, Accompanist, will
give the following program, Sunday afternoon, Dec. 6, in Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre at 4:15 o'clock:
Handel: Recit. and Air, "A ure soavi e liete"; Wolf Ferrari: Un Verde
Practicello; Wolf Ferrari: Quando ti Vido; Schubert: An Die Musik;
Taubert: Klaus ist in Den Wald Gegangen; Schubert: Du Bist Die Ruh;
Strauss: Standchen; Duparc: Phydile; Hue: L'Ane Blanc; Hahn: La
Paix; Hure: La Petite Lingere; Grovlez: Guitares et Mandolines.
History 148: The continuation of History 147; The History of Spain,
wil be offered in the second semester, Tuesday, Thursday, at 10 a. m., in
Room 1035 A. H., two or three hours credit.,
Junior Engineers: Dues amounting to 50 cents, can be paid Friday,
Monday, or Tuesday to a member stationed above the Engineering Arch
or to any committeemen.
University Lecture: 4:15 p. m., in the Natural Science auditorium.
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 cgf the Chinese Theatre."
Public Lecture: Dr. P. C. Chang, Exchange Professor at the Univer-
sty of Chicago, -and Dean of Tsing Hua University, will lecture on "The
Meaning of the Crisis in the Far East," at 8 p. m., in the Natural Science
ruditorium under the auspices of the Chinese Students Club. The public I
University Broadcasting-2 p. )n.: "The Survival of the Fittest," Pro-
fessor R. C. Hussey. "Preparation for Architecture and Related Fields,"
Professor Emil Lorch.
DIWlED flEBT SCOFIELD NAMED MICHIGAN R.O. T. C. CADET MAJOR;
MAJOR EDW ARDS APPOINTS OTHER STUDENTOFFICERS
f L SS i M. Winthrop Scofield, '32BAd, was J. Jimenez, N. Cancilla, L. J. Klinge, en, P. A. Rauff, T. A. Winkey, L.
Sappointed cadet major of the Mich- W. Corson, L. O. Walton, B. M. Fes- L. Horton, C. W. Nelson, R. A. Wur-
Sigan R. 0. T. C. on Tuesday. H will senden, H. P. Williams. ster, M. L. Johnston.
Depression Spoiled the Success serve as head student officer for the Sergeants: H. C. Bauss, (staff) Corporals: T. C. Argue, W. J.
of Young Plan, States school year 1931-1932. P. J. Firring, (Color) T. D. Lewis,' Judson, H. E. Rafter, S. S. Bagley,
HistoryProfessor. Appointments were made by Ma- (Color) L. J. Ottoman, (staff) C. H. E. J. Kelly, S. H. Rockwood, R.
r jor Basl re Aldanr andrarov- Allen, A. H. Keally, G. A. Reynolds, Blackwell, S. D. Knox, E. E. Rohrer,
"There must be a scaling down of Seventeen captains, 14 first lieu- W. D. Allison, G. S. Keller, C. K. S. R. Bragg, F. S. Kohl, W. O. Sa-
reparations and inter-allied war, tenants, and 35 second lieutenants Rhed, D. C. Apps, D. E. Knight, H. bom, R. C. Carr, J. A. Lucas, L. S.
debts," said Prof Preston W. Slos- were named. N. Roosa., R. F. Becker, H. M. Lamb, Sarnes, J. S.- Cole, (Color) K. K.
The following is a list of the ap- G. Rugge, J. A. Bennett, W. E. Lan- Luce, J. A. Scanlon, N. W. Dadd,
son, of the history department, topTe nts. gen, M. M. Ruby, P. R. Bergman, E. V. Malnoski, A. M. Schoen, P. T.
an audience of more than 150 per- tins. C Lhevinne, V. R. Saph, H. H. Dalsimer, K. A. Mack, A. Skerry,
sons in the Natural Science audi- A. R. Docker, G. C. Misner,s J.C Brodkin, D. W. Lyon, R. K. Sawyer, O. H. Donner, C. A. Marshall, F.
Corium Thursday afternoon. Billingsley, R. G. Ewing, W. Neilson,0. K. Brown, B. H.. Maddock, J. H. Shaw, A. B. Ebbers, W. H. Mayo,
themThurdyaernn.Birds, C. . Hoy, EC.eid'Schafer, A. K. Brumbaugh, F. E. R. W. Smith, R. A. Farrington, S.
Professor Slosson attacked th , HJ.CKd,C.eIollyE- Magel H. G. Seamans, R. H. Brun- A. Messner, A. J. Stone, S. M. Fer-
question, "The Moratorium - What son, R. C. Sperry, C. H. Claypool, dige, R. C. Mair, J. N. Seaman, D. man, H. H. Morse, J. Szal, R. G.
after June, 1932?" from the histori- D. C. McDougal, (Adjutant) A. Ven- J. Carr, W. R. Menard, W. J. Si- Finch, H. H. Nicholson, S. Vaksdal,
an's viewpoint, and not the eco- nema, H. D. Davidson, H. E. Moore, ns,. H. Christensen.I. M fkC. BhHaas D. A. Oberski H.C.Van
Fint ietesntfe.tt oy , W .Tmth j .CosocNouhuys, H. P. Hesler, 3. R. Odell,
noinist's. He explained that, follow- R is .FrtLetnns odih .Letnns
n 'H xpn th,.w FD.st Goodricht. B. Lad. Bd L. M Morse, W. A. Sundell, L. M. B. R. Van Zwaluwenburg, H. Hir-
ing the war, Germany was the only Cardone, A. 3. Hauserman, B. C Darrow, W. R. Munger J. B. Sut- schman, R. Pray, H. P. Walker, L.
country with any money to pay I Schulte, C. L. Davis, T. C. Hill, O. ton. J. D. Dietiker, J. 'D. Neal, F. S. Howe, J. W. Pritchard, G. J.
damages. Austria, Turkey, and the B. Whitmore, G. E. Forster, C. J. D. Townsend, P. S. Dhariwal, R. Ward, V. C. Johnson, A. T. Quar-
other small powers were financially Holcomb, J. Wilson, A. W. Fleer, K. D. Oliver, P. N. Vassil, P. H. Eason, ton, (Color) R. Wilcox.
nil. or divided. Koon, L. Oppenheim H. L. VerbridgeW.
"I was difficult to determine how S e c o n d Lieutenants: D. B. F. Gleason, A. Perrow, J. S. Whit- Alabama farmers this year have
much Germany was able to pay. Abrams, C. o . Gibson, M. F. Muel- Ring, J. M. Gruitch, F. C.Persse, S. shipped 1,228 cars of truck crops
The amount was finally set at 33,- ler, B. F. Bailey, K. M. Gillette, W. Williams, W. C. Hamlin, M. A. Pet- from the state under federal and
000,000,000 gold dollars. It was in- R. Morris, T. A. Benner, C. H. tibone, A. H. Wilson, H. E. Helie- state certificates.
tended that some of this would be Glueck. R. E. Newcomb, C. E. Bor-
paid in produce. Much coal has i berg, E. Greenbaum, R. G. Ostot,
already been shipped to France. F. K. Brunton, H. W. Hulsman, L.
"Germany further complicated A. Patt, P. F. Clement, C. T. Istrate,~
the matter by borrowing more aon- L. H. Rose.FH. R.Conklin, K. K.
ey from national and private cred- Kauffman, C. M. Roth, G. J. Dan-
itors than her total indebtedness. neffel, D. D. Lowber, A. J. Sawyer,
She was unable toenforce repara- C. R. Dean, J. G. McDonald, L. F.
tion taxes on her citizens. Schimaansky, H. W. Dotts, G. A.
"The Young plan would have Maag, J. Sohn, J. V. Field, E. O.
worked, but for the depression. At Marshall, H. E. Townsend, R. T
present Germany, as well as most Garrison, A. Mony.
of the other countries, are without First Sergeants H L Baker J
cash. It is hard to say what plan
should be followed. Total cancella-
tion is not necessary, and is dan-
gerous, for it will impair interna-
"In the end the United States
may pay the cost of the World War, -
but what about it? We probably- ---
cannot avoid it. The best thing is --
to restore world trade. That will
more than recompense the United .
States,"- said. Professor Slosson.
Postoffce Will Move
to New Site Saturday
In preparation for an extensive
remodeling of the Ann Arbor 'FecI-
eral building which is expected to
take nearly a year, the postoffice
department wil close its doors Sat.-
urday noon for the last time at
the old building on North Main
street and will be ready for busi-
ness Monday morning in the build-
ing formerly used as an automobile
showroom by the Hudson Sales
company on East Washington
street near Fifth avenue.
Blueprints and definite plans for
the $75,000 'alteration and expan-
sion program have not yet been
made public, but the building will
be enlarged to nearly twice the
present size, Postmaster A. C. Pack
said last night.
kBecause of the limited facilities
in the temporary headquarters on
Washington street, the holiday rush
is expected to be unusually severe,
and the postiaster urgently re-
quests everybody to do Christmas
nailing early. The nearer location
of the new office to the campus will
undoubtedly add to its congestion
1by drawing some of the student
Students: The trip to the Cadillac Motor Car Co., scheduled
afternoon, has been postponed indefinitely. Section I of
1 meet as usual in Room 1300 East Engineering building.
of Representatives of the League meeting at 4 o'clock in the
nmittee room of the League. To
Ilindustan Club: Dr. D. S. Ramachandra Rao will speak to the public WASHIN
Present India, in Lane Hall at 8 p. m. All are cordially invited. University
Wesley Players: Meeting at 7:15 p. m. Itis especially important that to smoking
eryone be present. ---__-
La Rue's Discussion Group: Meet-
7 at 7:30 p. m., in Room 1139 N. S.
COMING EVENTS Wise Theatre-Goers
History 11, Lecture II (Professor
iham's): The Make-up examin- . . We have heard a Great D
on will be held Saturday, Dec. 5,
11 o'clock in Room 1018 A. H. Companies and Ensemble Acting
Woman's Research Club: Meet- Opportunity of Seeing the Best
4 Monday, Dec. 7, -at 7:30 p. m., World .
Room 110 Library. Miss Eunice
qd will speak on "Notes for Book.All
VGTON-Women at, the
of Washington will con-
own election in regard
eaf about Repertory
and here comes the
of its Kind in the
Economics Club: "Some Aspects
the Commercial Bank Charter
roblem," is the subject of a talk
hich Mr. D. C. Horton will give
fore the Club on Monday, Dec. 7,
7:30 in Room 302 of the Union.
J-Hop Committee meeting Sun-
ay, 5 p. m., in the Union. Room
imber will be posted.
All-Campus Forum: "Tie Church
id the World Economic Crisis"
Lll be held Sunday, Dec. 6, at 4
im., in Natural Science auditor-
m, under the auspices of the
llel Foundation. Prof. Roy W.
llars will act as chairman, and
r. Frederick B. Fisher, Rabbi
ernard Heller, Rev. Henry Lewis,
id Rev. H. P. Marley will speak.
o charge. Public is invited.
Sir Denison Ross, Director of the
stitute of Oriental Studies in
ondon, will lecture on "Persian
oetry in its Relation to Persian
iniatures," on Tuesday, Dec. 8, at
p. in., in the Detroit Institute of
t. The lecture will be free.
Oswald Garrison Villard, editor
The Nation magazine, will speak
nder auspices of the Social Science
ub Sunday, Dec. 6, in the Natural
ience aud., 2 p. mn.'There will be
25 cent admission charge. The
pic is "Militaristic Uncle Sam."
Abbey T heatre Ilayers
COMING DECEMBER 7, 8 rynd 9
. . . Yes, Wise Theatre-Goers are taking Advantage
in Buying the excellent cheaper seats now . .
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