, OFFICIAL BULLETIN
lon in the
Bulletin is constructive notice to allomembers
Copy received at the office of the Assistant to
3:30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday.
Comedy Club: Important meeting at 4:15 p. m., in the League. Place,
will be 'announced on the bulletin board. All new members are to be
Latin American Students, are reminded of the importance of the
meeting at 8:15 p. m., in R6om 304 at the Michigan Union.
Alpha Epsilon Mu: Important meeting at 7:15 p m., in Room306,
Christian Science Organization meets in the Chapel of the Michigan
League building at 8 p. m. All students and faculty interested are in-'
vited to attend.
'Ensian Business Staff: Meeting of the entire business staff of the
'Ensian at four o'clock, in the Press building.
TUESDAY, DECIEMBER 8, 1931
esiuent and Airs. Ruthven will be at home to the students of the
sity on the first two Wednesday afternoons of each month from
glish 88: Students who expect to elect English 88 (Junior Com-
n) next semester should consult with one of the instructors in the
at one of the times listed below:
Week of, Dec. 7
ofessor Everett (3232 Angell Hall) -Monday, 10 -11:30; Tuesday,
nd 2-2:30; Friday, 10- 11:30; Saturday, 11:30-12.
ofessor Walter (3216 Angell Hall) Monday, 10:30-11, 12-12:30;
sday, 12:30-1; Friday, 1-2; Saturday, 10-12.
story 148: The continuation of History 147, The History of Spain,
offered in the second semester, Tuesday, Thursday, at 10 a. in., in
1035 A. H., two or three hours credit.
nior Mechanical Engineers: If you have not signed a list in class
)ec. 2, kindly do so at once in Room 221. This is very important.
nior Engineers: Class dues will be collected in the West Engineer-
ilding over the arch (near Room 221) Wednesday, Thursday and
of this week.
r Denison Ross, Director of the Institute of Oriental Studies in
n, will lecture on "Persian Poetry in its Relation to Persian Minia-
on Tuesday, Dec. 8, at 8 p. in., in the Detroit Institute of Art. The
will be free.
i Exhibit of contemporary Swedish architecture is now being
in the Architectural building. It may be seen daily from 9 to 5,
Sundays, through Dec. 12. Th e public is invited.
ectrical Engineering: (to all undergraduate and graduate- students
hers' interested).-Mr. A. D. McLay, Senior Power Sales Engineer,
etroit Edison Company, will speak on "Commercial Aspects of a
Utility" in Natural Science auditorium at 7:30 p. m. This is the
. Preliminard Contact Program. -'
ic Graduate Luncheon for Chemical Engineers at 12:15 in Room
ast Engineering building. Lieutenant Charles Anderson, U.S.N.,
ligious Forum: Rev. H. P. Marley 01 the Unitarian Church will
at Lane Hall, at 4:15 p. m. His topic will be: "The Unitarian Ob-
ysics Colloquium: Professor G. E. Uhlenbeck will talk on the 'Re-
avestigations on the Super-Conductivity of Metals," at 4:15 p. in.,
im 1041, East Physics building. All interested are cordially invited.
Aahical Journal Club meets at 7:30 p. i., in Room 1139, N. S. bldg.
by Dr. Kanouse, Mr. Berg, Mr. Ineson, and Mr. Lehotsky. All
ted are cordially invited.
athematical Club meets at 8 p. in., in 3201 Angell Hall. Papers for
ening: Dr. Dushnik-"A theorem on transfinite numbers." Pro-
Gargoyle: Meeting of the entire 'Editorial and Art Staff of the Gar-G
goyle at 4 o'clock in the Gargoyle office.
Michigan Dames group meeting for those interested in the study of
books at thehome of Mrs. Paul Royalty, 909 Sylvan Avenue, at 8 p. m.
Faculty Women's Club, Playreading Section, meets at 2:15 at theC
Junior Girls' Play:.Limbering exercises will be held from 4:30 to 5:30
o'clock this afternoon and from 4:30 to 5:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon
in Barbour gymnasium.
Druids: Important luncheon this noon at the Union. Everybody be
there. This will take the place of the regular Wednesday luncheon.
Sigma Delta Chi will meet at the Union this noon. All are requested
to attend. Carl Forsythe.
Adelphi House of Representatives: Prof. Preston W. Slosson of the
History department will address the society on "The Policies of Soviet
Russia," at 7:30 p. m. tonight. The extemporaneous contest finals will
be held at the meeting next week instead of tonight, as was originally
planned. E. Jerome Pettit, Speaker.
Dr. Eyler Newton Simpson, of the Institute of Current World Affairs
and the Guggenheim Foundation in Mexico, will lecture on the subject
"Americanism Crosses the Rio Grande-An interpretation of 'informal'
relations between the United States and Mexico," Thursday, Dec. 10, at1
4:15 p. m., in Room 1035 Angell Hall. Open to the public.
Society of Industrial Engineers: \eeting Wednesday at 7:30. p. m.,
in Room 304 of the Union. Mr. John Airey, Vice-President and General
Manager of the King-Seeley Company, will discuss "Management Prob-
lems During the Current Depression for the Jobbing Type of Industry."
This should provA unusually interesting, as the King-Seeley Company
has been faced with problems due to shifting markets, as well as the
general decline of business.
There will also be a short business meeting to take care of a few
details that have not been entirely disposed Of to date. Promptress in
arrival is requested.
A. B. Olson, M.D., of the Battle Creek Sanitarium, will lecture Thurs-
day, Dec. 10, at 4:15 p. in., in Natural Science auditorium on "The Battle
Creek Way to Health-Vegetarianism." On the same day at 6 p. in..
the Tolstoy League is arranging a Vegetarian supper in honor of Dr.
Olson in Lane Hall Tavern. Battle Creek products having been donated,
tickets can be obtained for a nominal fee at Wahr's bookstore..
American Institute of Chemical ,Fngineers, Student'Branch, meets
Thursday, Dec. 10, at 7:30 p. m., in Room 3201 East Engineering building.
The speaker, Professor A. E. White, Director of the Department of Engi-
neering Research, will talk on some phase of Industrial Research. All1
chemical engineering students are invited to attend.
All Women Interested in Education are invited to attend a meeting'
in the Library of the Elementary School at 7:30 p. m., Thursday, Dec. 10..
Miss Ethel Hedrick will talk and there will be a discussion afterwards of
magazines that have a professional interest for the women who are
interested in education.
Iota Alpha: Regular monthly meeting will be held Thursday, Dec.
10, at 7:45 p. m., in Room 3201 East Engineering building. Professor R.
H. Sherlock will be the speaker.'
Phi Lambda Upsilon: Bridge Smoker to be held Wednesday, Dec. 9,
in Room 3201 East Engineering building, at eight o'clock.
Pi Lambda Theta: Short business meeting, fThursday evening, at
7:15, in the Library of the Elementary School. Please be prompt as this
is to be followed by a meeting open to all women interested in Education.
Transportation Club: Regular meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p. m., in
Room 1213 East Engineering bldg. Prof. John S. Worley will speak on
"The Antiquity of Things New. All men desiring to make application
for membership are invited to attend.
International Relations Club will meet Thursday at 8:30 instead of
Tuesday in the Political Science Seminar Room. ,
Michigan Socialist Club: Rev. H. P. Marley will discuss "Humanism
and Socialism'' at the weekly meeting to be held in Room 302 of the
Michigan Union at 7:30 p. in., Wednesday. Everyone invited.
Newcomers Section of the Faculty Women's Club will have a Christ-
mas Party, Tuesday, Dec. 15, at 2:30 p. m., in the Palmer Field House.
Each member is asked to bring a small gift.
Garden Section of the Woman's Faculty Club will meet Wednesday,
Dec. 9, at 3 p. m., at the Palmer Field House. Dr. Paul Krone, a specialist
on Floral Culture from Michigan State College, will be the speaker. The
program will be unusually interesting. A special business meeting will
be held at 2:30 p. m. A full attendance is desired.' f
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it and thousancs are constantly be-
ing recruited from. the ran'ks of
business and through the college
R. O. T. C. units.
"They are trying to tie up indus-
try with the military machine. The
next war will be an industrial war,
more so than the last. A reserve
officer is being placed in every
hamlet and village for the sole pur-
pose of acting as a local focal
point for the dissemination of na-
tionalistic and militaristic propo-
ganda. The r.O. T. C. alone is suf-
ficient confirmation for the belief
that Uncle Sam is militaristic."
Asked in an open 'forum following
his lecture what could be done
about the "despicable" R. O. T. C.
unit here, Villard answered that
the most that could be done would
be in the nature of protests, argu-
ments and insistence that the unit
is unnecsary. He said that he
wished he knew of strong men that
could be employed against the unit
but urged students to do all in
tnere power to abolish it.
"No anounts of preparation," Vil-
lard continued, "can guarantee any
nation against war or insure suc-
cess in war. War does not come
about because a nation has a weak
army but because the statesnien
of that country desire it. Every
drop of blood shed, every life lost
in the Spanish-American war lies
on the head of William McKinley
and nobody else.
will take place at the League hfon-
day, Dec. 14, from 5 to 8 p. m. All
alumnae and inactive members are
welcome and should phone reserva-
tions immediately to Barbara Shu-
ker, Dial 4596.
Athena: No regular meeting this week. All pledges who have not daSe
handed in Gavel material to Eleanor Rairdon at Helen Newberry must Barbc
do so before Friday, Dec. 11. -Formal Initiation of Pledges and Banquet unex
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rijor Society will meet Wednes-
evening at 8 o'clock at Betsy
)our .House. There is a fine for
Come in and see our
lovely collection of plants
and cut flowers.
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Open Evenings till 9:00
1 interested are invited.-
eta Pi: Dinner meeting in
igan Union at.6:15 p. m.
hi Eta: Meeting of pledges
ves at 7:30.
her Zirkel: Meeting at 8
Michigan League. "Weih-
in Deutschland" will be the
of talks and discussions.
nients will be served.
yle business Staff:eMeeting
staff at 3:30 in business
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