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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

)AILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

.blication in the
the University.
e President until

Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
Copy received at the office of the Assistant to
3:39; 11:30 a. m. Saturday.

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G. XLI.

THURSDAY, DECEMBERI10, 1931

No. 63

NOTICES
Notice: The presentation of a silver plaque to the University in
mory of Doctor Preston M. Hickey by the American Roentgen Ray
eiety will take place this afternoon, at 4 o'clock in the Lydia Mendels-
an Theatre. Medical students and interested public are cordially in-
ed to attend. Executive Committee, Med. School.
To Members of the Faculty, Staff, and Student Body: Attention of
ryone is called to the Lost and Found Department in the Business
ice, University Hall. Inquiry concerning lost articles should be made
>mptly at the above office. Articles found on the Campus and in
iversity buildings should be turned over immediately. Those articles
t called for within sixty days will be surrendered to the finder.
Shirley W. Smith.
Freshmen from the following schools are reminded of the confer-
es with their principals in the Registrar's Office, Thursday, Dec. 10:
ni Arbor lhow e
ttle Creek Jackson
y City Lansing
leton Manchesterf
nbrook Midland
,ver Military Academy Monroe
arborn: High School and Fordson Mt. Clemens'
roit: Cass, Central, Cooley, Coun- Muskegon Heights
ry Day, Eastern, Hudson, North- Northville
astern, Northern, Northwestern, Owosso
edford, Southeastern, South- Paton Hall
restern, Western Plymouth
-s Institute Pontiac
it: Central and Jr. College Port Huron
ind Blanc Royal Oak
Lnd Rapids Central Saginaw: High and Arthur Hill
3sse Pointe St. Johns: Rodney Wilson
ntramck St. Mary's
hland Park Wyandotte
Ira M. Smith, Registrar.
Upperclassmen: Former students of the schools listed above are in-
d to call at the Registrar's Office today, to meet with the principals.
'ou will call Extension 373 you can learn at what hours your principal
be here interviewing freshmen. Ira M. Smith, Registrar.
Pre-Medical Studensts: The aptitude test for students expecting to
ly for admission to a medical school by the fall of 1932 will be given
loom 25 Angell Hall from 3 to 5 o'clock on Friday afternoon, Dec. 11.
dent identification cards and receipts showing payment of the dollar
must be presented at door. Be on time. Ira M. Smith.

Gcneral Linguistics 155, dynamic phonetics, will be offered second
semester. Monday, Wednesday, Friday at 8 o'clock. Room 231 A. H.,
Professor Muyskens.
Gargoyle Business Staff and Tryouts: There will be a meeting this
afternoon at 4 o'clock. Advertising leads will be assigned at this time.
Harcourt S. Patterson, Bus. Mgr.
English 293, supplementing the lectures in Bibliography, will be
given, for those who have enrolled in the course, Thursdays at 2 o'clock,
in Room 3212 A.H. H. C. Hutchins.
Seniors, School os Education: Pay your class dues, $1.50, today or
tomorrow, Dec. 10 and 11, at a desk on the second floor of the University
High School, at the top of the Haven Street stairs.
LECTURES TODAY
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," at 4:15 o'clock, in
Room 1035 Angell Hall. Open to the public.
A. B. Olson, M.D., of the Ba ttle Creek Sanitarium, will lecture this
afternoon at 4:15 o'clock, in Natural Science auditorium on "The Battle
Creek Way to Health-Vegetarianism." At 6 o'clock, 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 neminal fee at Waher's bookstore.
EVENTS TODAY
University Broadcasting-2 o'clock: "Why People Play" by Professor
Elmer D. Mitchell. Violin solos by Romine Hamilton.
All Campus Forum: Professor R. G. Hall, Head of the History depart-
ment, Albion College, will speak on "Manchuria-the Danger Zone of
Asia," at 4:15 o'clock, in Room D, Alumni Memorial Hall.
Political Science 107: The second examination. of the semester will
be held at four o'clock in Rooms 1025 and 1035 A.H.
All Women Interested in Education are invited to attend a meeting
in the Library of the Elementary School at 7:30 p. m. Miss Ethel Hed-
rick will talk and there will be a discussion afterwards of makazines that
have a professional interest for the women who are interested in edu-
cation.
American Institute of Chemical Engineers (Student Branch) will
meet with Iota Alpha at 7:30 p. m., in Room 3201 East Engineering bldg.
All chemical engineering students are invited to attend. The speakers
of the evening will be Professor A. E. White, Director of the Department
of Engineering Research, who will talk on some phase of Industrial Re-
search and Professor R. H. Sherlock who will speak on Depicting the
Structure of Wind Gusts. All graduate students interested in Iota Alpha

following the meeting.
Le Cercle Francais meets at 7:30,
in Room 408 R. L. bldg. Program,
refreshments.
Psychological Journal Club meets
at 7:30 p. m., in Room 3126 N. S.
Mr. Jenkins will discuss recent in-
vestigations on the temperature
sense organs.
International Relations Club will
meet today at 8:30 instead of Tues-
day in the Political Science Sem-
inar Room.
Theosophical Society meets at 8
p. m., in the chapel of the League.
The subject for discussion will be
"The Mysteries of Eleusis." You are
cordially invited to come and bring
your questions.
Iota Alpha meets at 7:45 p. m., in
IRoom 3201 East Engineering build-,
ing. Professor\R. H. Sherlock will be
the speaker.

Pi Lambda theta: Short business Junior Busiess Administration
meeting at 7:15 p. in., in the Lib- ClassrmeetinsonAFridayiDc.t1at
rary of the Elementary School. 'Clas im ngo n Frday, Dec 1alt
Please be prompt as this is to be 2_'lokinRom26,TppnHal
followed by a meeting open to all
women interested in Education. ,Student Faculty A.S.M.E., Ban-
____ quet, Tuesday, Dec. 15, at 6 p. mn.,
Union. Members of Student Branch
Phi Epsilon Kappa meets at 7:30 and others interested may obtain
p. i., Room 306, Michigan Union. tickets before Saturday from the
Vfollowing committeemen: Harry
hVarsity Glee Club: Special re- Chesebrough, Stanley Chase, Mal-
thearsal 5 to 6 p. i. No rehearsal in colo Lawrie, Edwin Swain, and
the~owr eveings.

Pegasus will hold its last business "The Creative Power of the Mind
and social meeting of the semester is the subject of a lecture to bE
at 7 p. m., in the League. Important delivered by Mrs. Sidney S. Ransor
business will be discussed and it is of Australia, internationally know:
obligatory that all dues be paid. lecturer in Natural Science aud., a
Unless excused, all old and new 4:15 p. m., Friday, Dec. 11.
members must be present.
Hillel Medical Class: The class on MAJESTIC
"Jews and ,Medicine during the SATURDAY
Ages,"' conducted by Drs. Isaacs and{
Friedgood, meets at the Foundation/
at 7:30 p. M. Open to all interested.
Jewish Students: The tea and in-

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are invited to be present.
Glider Club: Meeting of the club
members following the Aero Society
meeting. Room to be announced
this evening.

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e To Medical Students: The exercises in the Medical School
mnoon will close at 3:45 o'clock, in order that the students may
ie exercises in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre at 4 p..m., in
in with the presentation of the silver plaque of Doctor P. M.
the University. Executive Committee, Med. School.

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lish 88: Students who expect to elect English 88 (Junior Com-- M
next semester should consult with one of the instructors in the -
t one of the times listed below:
Week of Dec. 7
essor Everett (3232 Angell Hall)-Monday, 10 -11:30; Tuesday,
i 2-2:30; Friday, 10- 11:30; Saturday, 11:30-12.
essor Walter (3216 Angell Hall)-Monday, 10:30-11, 12-12:30;
lay, 12:30-1; Friday, 1-2; Saturday, 10-12.

Aeronautical Society: Frederic A.
3rossy and Adolf Widmann of the
?ackard Motor Car Company will
present a film of the recent erfdur-
nce flight at Jacksonville, Fla.,
nd speak on the Diesel Engine, in
.atural Science aud., at 7:30 p. im.
Vembership Cards will be available
First Mortgage Loans
Private homes occupied by owner;
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years to pay; selected risks only.
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