THE MICHICAN DATY
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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.
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1931
Presiaent and Mrs. Ruthven will be at home to the students of the
niversity on the first two Wednesday afternoons of each month from
to 6 o'clock.
To the Members of the University Council: The next meeting of the
niversity Council will be held Qn Monday, Dec. 14, at 4:15 p. m., in
lumni Memorial Hall, Room "B". Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
Freshmen from the following schools are reminded of the confer-
ices with their principals *n the Registrar's Office, Thursday, Dec. 10:
n Arbor Howe #
attle Creek Jacksonr
ay City Lansing
ranbrook Midland -
ilver Military Academy Monroe
earborn: High School and Fordson Mt. Clemens
etroit: Cass, Central, Cooley, Coun- Muskegon Heights
try Day, Eastern, Hudson, North- Northville
eastern, Northern, Northwestern, Owosso
Redford, Southeastern, South- Paton Hall
western, Western Plymouth
rris Institute Pontiac
int: Central and Jr. College Port Huron
rand Blanc Royal Oak
rand Rapids Central Saginaw: High and Arthur Hill
rosse Pointe St. Johns: Rodney Wilson
amtramck St. Mary's
ghland Park Wyandotte
Ira M. Smith, Registrar.
Upperclassmen: Former students of the schools listed above are in-
ted to call at the Registrar's Office, Dec. 10, to meet with the principals.
you will call Extension 373 you can learn at what hours your principal
.11 be here interviewing freshmen. Ira M. Smith, Registrar.
Piano Recital: Elizabeth C., Bentley, '33S of- M., Evansville, Indiana,
udent of Mabel Ross Rhead, Associate Professor of Piano, will give the
llowing program Friday afternoon, Dec. 11, at 4:15 o'clock in Lydia
endelssohn Theatre. The general public with the exception of small
ildren is invited, without admission charge:
Bach-Tausig: Toccata and Fugue; Beethoven: 32 Variations; Liszt:
netto 123 del Petrarca; Brahms: Capriccio Op. 76; Debussy: Reflets
ns leau; Chopin: Etude Op. 25 No. 2; Chopin: Scherzo Op. 39.
Notice To Medical Students: The exercises in the Medical School on
aursday, Dec. 10, will close at 3:45 p. in., in order that the students may
tend the exercises in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre at 4 p. m., in.
nnection with the presentation of the silver plaque of Doctor P. M.
ckey to the University. Executive Committee.
World War," by Professor Howard I. Ehrmann Piano solos by Miss
Society of Industrial Engineers: Meeting 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 Problems During
the Current Depression for the Jobbing Type of Industry."
There will also be a short business meeting to take care of a few
details that have not been entirely disposed of to date. Promptness in
arrival is requested.
Chemical Engineering Seminar: Dr. John Chipman will address the
Seminar at 4 o'clock in Room 3201 East Engineering building on the
subject, "Chemical Equilibrium at High Temperatures.
Freshman Class meeting in the Natural Science auditorium, at 4:15.
Student Council: Meeting at 7:30 p. ii.
Quarterdeck Banquet at 6:30 p. m., in Room 125, Michigan Union.
Transportation Club: Meeting at 7:30 p. m., in Room 1213 East Engi-
neering bldg. Prof. Pohn S. Worley will speak on "The Antiquity of
Things New." All men desiring to make application for membership are
invited to attend.
Phi Delta Delta, legal sorority. Regular meeting at 4 o'clock, Michi-
gan League building.
Phi Lambda Upsilon: Bridge Smoker, in Room 3201 East Engineer-
ing building, at eight o'clock.
University Girls' Glee Club: Regular rehearsal at 7:30 p. m. It is
important that everyone be present.
Michigan Socialist Club: Rev. H. P. Marley will discuss "Humanism
and Socialism" in Room 302 of the Michigan Union at 7:30 p. m. Every-
Philippine-Michigan Club: Mr. Matta was advised by Mr. Dort, the
Chairman of the International Committee, to extend the invitation to
the Philippine-Michigan Club to meet Mr. Charles D. Hurrey, Secretary
of the National Committee on Friendly Relations Among Foreign Stu-
dents, in the Auditorium of Lane Hall, at 7:15 p. m. Mr. Hurrey is the
guest of the Ann Arbor Rotary Club. This invitation coincides with the
advices received by Mr. Matta from the General Secretary at New York,
and the suggestion of Professor Carrothers, the Advisor of the Club.
Varsity R.O.T.C. Band: Rehearsal of the entire football band, at 7:15
p.'m., at Morris Hall. Bring march folios.
Hillel Players: Tryouts for the production "Death Takes a Holiday,"
will be held at the Foundation at 7 p. n. Everyone is invited.
Catholic Students: There will be a mixer for Catholic students and
their friends at St. Mary's chapel, corner Thompson and Williams Sts.,
Soph Prom Committee meets at 7:30 p. m., Michigan Union.
Camp Davis: Still and motion pictures of Camp Davis and surround-
ing country wil be shown at 2 p. m., in Room 348 West Engineering
building. All interested are invited.
Mrs. Sidney S. Ransom of Australia, International lecturer for the
theosophical society, will speak on "The Creative Power of the Mind."
You are cordially invited to- attend.
Michigan Dames-Child Study Group meets at 8 p. m., at the home
of Mrs. Henry Rose, 1005 Miner Street. All students' wives interested are
Garden Setion of the Woman's Faculty Club meets at 3 p. m., in
Palmer Field House. Dr. Paul Krone, of Michigan State College, a spe-
cialist in floral culture, will be the speaker and plans to have flowers
with him to demonstrate their proper arrangement. The program pro-
mises to be particularly interesting and a full attendance is desired. The
talk will be preceded by a special business meeting at 2:30.
Mathematical Tea in Room 3001 A. H., at 4 p. m.
r All Campus Forum: Professor R. G. Hall, Head of the History depart-
ment, Albion College, will speak on "Manchuria-the Danger Zone of
Asia," Thursday afternoon at 4:15, in Room D, Alumni Memorial Hall.
Annual Intercollegiate Debate between the University of Micl gan
and the University of Minnesota will be held in the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre at eight o'clock, Thursday evehing, on the subject of control of
d io a1nd distribution in in,I ,
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The presentation of a silver plaque to the University in
Doctor Preston M. Hickey by the American Roentgen Ray
take place on Thursday afternoon, Dec. 10, at 4 o'clock in
[endelssohn Theatre. Medical Students and interested public
y invited to attend. Executive Committee, Med. School.
School of Education: An adjourned meeting of the Faculty
ol of Education will be held at the Michigan League at 12
day, Dec. 14. A full attendance is desired.
CA 0. Davis, Secretary.
Pro~fl s Sol- .s
versity Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
red students who are interested in securing teaching positions in
gton, D. C., public schools should call at the office of the Bureau,
on Hall, for further information.
;lish 52 (Second semester) will' be given at ten o'clock Monday,
day and Friday, in Room 2235 A. H.
;lish 293-Bibliography: This course, supplementing the lectures
ography already given, will meet hereafter in Room 1209 A. H.,
ays,' at two o'clock. H. C. Hutchins.
lish I (Professor Morris): Conferences scheduled for the second
becember' will be resumed on Wednesday. Saturday will be sub-
for Tuesday meetings.
ech 201: This course will not meet today.
J. M. ONeill.
Students having Prom Tickets out are asked to turn in all money by
rsday, Dec. 10, at 4'0. m.
Senior Engineers: Class dues will be collected in the West Engineer-
building over the arch (near Room 221) Wednesday, Thursday and'
lay of this week.
Exhibition of "Sculpture of Our Times" and the exhibition of Murals
rhomas TI. Benton, are open daily in the Alumni Memorial Hall from
ProQ LUcUUIa" l ll 11a a
dustry. Open to the public without
National Association of Cost Ac-
countants, Detroit Chapter, Thurs-
day, Dec. 10, at the Cadillac Athle-
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"MAID IN WAITING"................ . . Galsworthy
"BERNARD SHAW". . . . .... Fran1 Harris
"A CORRESPONDENCE" Ellen Terry & George Bernard Shaw
"BROWN DECADES" . .r...i . .... . Lewis Mumford
"MOURNING BECOMES ELECTRA" .... . O'Neill
"ALEXANDER PLATZ-BERLIN" ...........Dobin
"BEST PLAYS OF 1930 AND 1931" '. ...
"ALL YE PEOPLE"... . .......... . . . .
SHADOWS ON TIHE ROCK"...... . .Willa C ather
SINCE CALVERY" .............. . ...,.. Lewis Brawn
Organ Recital by Palmer Christian, University organist at 4:15 p. m.,
Hill auditorium to which the general public with the exception of
11 childreq is invited.
University Broadcasting-2 p. m.: "The Immediate Origins of the
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