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THE MICHIGAN DAIEY $

)AILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN,

lication in the
he University.
President until

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

all members
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SUNDAY, JANUARY 17, 1932

No. 82

NOTICES
University Loan Committee: The Loan Committee will meet on Mon-
ty, Jan. 18, at 1:30 p. m., in Room 2, University Hall. Students who
tve filed applications with the Office of the Dean of Students should
11 at that office for an appointment with the Committee.
J. A. Bursley, Chairman.
Twilight Grgan iecial: Arthur Poister, organist at the University of
dlands in California, will appear as guest organist in Hill Auditorium'
t Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 20, at 4:15, in the regular series of Wed-
sday afternoon recitals. The general public with the exception of
all children is invited to the following program:
Handel: Concerto for Organ, No. 5 in F; J. S. Bach: Chorale: "Jesu,
y of Man's,Desiring"; J. S. Bach: Prelude and Fugue in D major;
irg-Elert: Symphonic Chorale II, "Jesu, meine Freude" Op. 87, No. 2;
aditional Bohemian: A Christmas Cradle Song; Marcel Dupre: Prelude
d Fugue in G minor; Roland Diggle: Scherzo Fantastique; Arthur W.
ister: Finale from Choral Symphony in D minor.

of the Education Department will speak to the students. Beginning this
Tuesday, Prof. Wm. L. Wood of the Episcopal Theological School in
Cambridge, Mass., will be at Harris Hall for several days.
Buffalo Conference Delegates meet at 4 p. in., in the Committee
Room of Lane Hall.
Liberal Student's Union, 7:30 p. m., Miss Elsie Wulkop of Boston will
speak on "Social Significance of Birth Control." Unitarian Church. Re-
freshments and Dancing.
Hillel Foundation: The subject to be discussed at services will be:
"The College Student-A Type or an Individual?" There will be no
musicale- this afternoon.
Hillel Forum: Prof. 0. J. Campbell will discuss "Elmer Rice and His
Plays," at the Hillel Foundation at 8 p. m., and will read from "Street
Scene," etc. All interested are invited.
Druid meeting at noon today at the Union. Important meeting.,
everyone please be present.
J-Hop Committee meets at 5 o'clock at Dey's Studio for 'Ensian pic-
ture. Meeting in the Union after the picture is taken.
COMING EVENTS
University Lecture: Tuesday, Jan. 19, at 4:15 p. m., Room 303 Chem-
istry building. Dr. H. T. Herrick, of the United States Department of
Agriculture: "The Development of the Chemical Application of Micro-
organisms."

MENTIONED FOR SUPREME COURT

usiness Administration 101 (Marketing): Classes will not meet
lay but will meet twice on Wednesday at the usual hour and at 3
k in Room 101 Economics building. The discussion on Wednesday
ing will be on the assignment for Monday and Wednesday.
C. E. Griffin, Dean.
EXHIBITION
xhibition of Sculpture and Squlptors' Drawings, presented under
uspices of, the Division of Fine Arts, is open week days from 9 until
Sundays from 1:30 until 5, through January 24. Alumni Memorial
Collection of)Water Colors by Paul Rohland and,lithographs and
igs by Caroline'NSpeare Rohland is now being shown ih the ground
corridor of the Architectural building. Open daily from 9 to 5,
t Sunday.
MEETINGS TODAY
'esley Hall: Today at 6 p m., "The Affect of Zionism on the Ameri-
ew," is the topic which i being led by Miss Josephine Stern. At 12
c the regular classes wil be held with Dr. Carrothers, Dr. Blakeman

Soiree Dramatique of the Cercle Francais will take place Monday
evening, Jan: 18, promptly at 8:15 o'clock, at the Laboratory Theatre
(former Mimes). On the program are three one-act French plays, one
of which is to be played by Members of the Faculty of the Romance
Languages Department, and the others by students in French. French
folk-songs will be rendered by a group of students in costume of Bre-
tagne. Free admission to those presenting at the door cards of associate
membership in the Cercle Francais. These cards can be procured from
the office of the Secretary of the Romance Language Department, or
at the floor at the time of the, performance.,
Electrical Engineering: "Railroad Electrification" will be the subject
of a talk by Mr. H. L. Andrews, Chief Engineer of Transportation,;Gen-
eral Electric Company. Natural Science Auditorium, Tuesday, Jan. 19,
7:30. Slides will be used. Anyone interested is cordially invited. E, E.
Seniors are expected to attend.
Physics Colloquium: Professor F. A. Firestone will talk on "Brown-
ian Motion and the Periodic Radiometer," at 4:15 p. mn., Tuesday, in
Room 1041, East Physics building. All interested are cordially invited.
Research lub'will be held Yednesday, Jan. 20, at 8 p. in., in Room
2528 East Medical building. Professor A. L. Cross will present a papert
on "English Local Courts, Old and New," and Professor F. N. Blanchard
one on "Studies on the Life Histories and Habits of Michigan Snakes."
There will be a meeting of the Council on Wednesday at 4:05 p. m., in
Room '2083 Natural Science building.
Botanical Seminar meets Wednesday, Jan. 20, at 4:30, Room 1139.
N. S. bldg. Paper by E. B. Mains,-"Powdery Mildews of the Grasses."
Scabbard and Blade: Picture will beItaken at Spedding's Studio on
Tuesday, Jan, 19, at 5 o'clock. Be in uniform.
Deutsches Zirkel meeting Tuesday, Jan. 19, at 8 p. in., in Michigan1
Ieague. Professor A'. T. Price will speak on the subject "Die Backstein-
gothik in Norddeutschland."

Judges George T McDermott (eft), Topeka, Kas., and Arba S. Van
Valkenburgh (right), Kansas City,'are mentioned as possible nominees
for the United States supreme court.
Kappa Tau Alpha meeting Tuesday, 8 p. m., at the home of Donal
H. Haines, 1229 Traver Road.
Theta Sigma Phi meeting Tuesday evening at 7:15, League. Sug-
gestions for chapter constitution due, and all members required to be
present.
University Women Students: Students who are going by bus to De-
troit.'for the recital by Miss Mary Wigman will meet at the League on
Monday evening. The bus will leave the front entrance of the League
Monday at 6:45 p. i., sharp.
RobinH ood: Additional tryouts at the Laboratory Theatre, Tuesday,
Jan. 19, at 8 p. m., sharp. Several principal roles still open. All enrolled'
students eligible. Bring memorized song with sheet music or acompan-
ist. Also a dozen memorized lines from some standard play.
Religious Open Forum: Prof. Roderick D. McKenzie, of the Sociology
Department, will lead a Religious Forum Tuesday at 4:15 p. m., in Room
D, Alumni Memorial IAll. His topic is: "The Church in Social Recon-
struction."
Michigan Dames meeting Tuesday, Jan. 19, at 8' p. i., Lane Hall.
New members will be initiated.
Michiganensian Business Staff: Meeting of the entire staff at 4:15,
Monday. Please note the change. in the day of the meeting. It is im-
perative that all members be present, including tryouts!
Prof. P. W. Slosson will lecture TYPEWRITERS PORTABLE
under the auspices of the League New, Second--ad-Reuit,
,of Nations Association, the Tolstoy °' O~n, Noiseless;
League; and the Disarmament Coi- Un3e=00d, Bow1, N ngon.
inittee on "Manchuria, America;, er ed
and the League of Naions," Tues- " n
day, Jan. .19, at 4:15, in Natural 314 S. State St., Ann, .Axbor.

IGREEN TO SPONS
TESTS WITH AT(
MIAMI BEACH, Fla., Jan. 16.-
--Col. E. H. R. 'Green, s'on of He
Green, who once was credited w
being the world's richest worn
now, after years spent in devel
ing things ranging J from flo
gardens to railroads wants to
the atom put to work.
He has dona'ted' to Massachuse
Institute of Technology the lac
ties of his Great Round Hill, Ma
estate to carry on experiments
ward cracking the atom to sti
its potentialities. Col. Green 1
lieves the atom-properly harne
ed and put to work can turn t
world's industrial wheels.
Some time next June, scienti
at Rou ndHill will make their
fort, after months of study a
preparation. The time is not d
nite, Col. 'Green said in an int
view here.
Morris Hall will be open at 7.
Astrology Class of the Stud
pTheosophical Club meets in Roc
2010 A. H., at 8 p. m., Monday.
rinterested are invited.
faculty Women's Club: Mond
Evening Drama Club members w
hold the annual party- for th
husbands, at 8 o'clock in Paln
Field House on Jan. 18. A progra
of one-act plays will be follow
by a social hour and dancing.
Bookshelf and Stage Section
the Woman's Faculty Club will mi
with Mrs. Edward Stalkej, 13
Washtenaw, Tuesday, Jan. 19,
2:45 p. im. Mrs. Win. Sleator w
be the assisting hostess.
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ishop Edwin H. Hughes will speak at the First Methodist Church at
this evening on the subject of "Mammonism," under the. aus-
of the Wesleyan Foundation. In the morning Dr. Frederick Fisher
peak at the usual hour on "Finding the Good Life."
resbyterian Young People's Society: Student Class for Freshmen
.nd Women meets at 9:30 a. n., at the Church House. Upperclass-
neet from 12-12:45, immediately following Morning Worship, in
eture room of the Church. Mr. Leonard 0. Andrews is leading this
n the study of Ethical Issues in Current Events. Social Hour and
rit. Forum, 5:30. A Student Volunteer Program conducted by the
tes who went to the Student Volunteer Conference at Buffalo
arl Borders lectures on, "Facing the Race Question," Monday night
'clock in Natural Science Auditorium. This is the second lecture
series sponsored by the Council of Religion.
rangelical Students: All students are invited to a free supper and
talks by students who attended the Student Volunteer Convention
ecently in Buffalo, which is to be given in the Bethlehem Church}
,432 S. Fourth Ave., at 5:30 p. m.
. Andrew's Church Services: Today at 8 a. m., Holy Communion;
in., Church School Service; 11 a. m., Morning prayer and sermon;
. m., Evensong, Rev. Henry Lewis will preach this Sunday morn-
"The Kingdom of God and Human Society."
arris Hall: The class 'conducted by' Mr. Lewis in "The Christian
>phy of Life" will meet at the Hall this morning at 9:30. Sup-
1 be served at 6:15 this evening after which Prof. Stuart A. Courtis
amber of Music Society of Ann Arbor
Presents
he Detroit String Quartet'
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE
TUESDAY, JANUARY 19
Single Admission, $1.50
',.Student Balcony Tickets, 50c
Course Tickets for Two Remaining Concerts, $2.50
ickets at Box Afternoon and evening of
Concert

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Iota Sigma Pi: Members and their guests are reminded of the meet-
ing Tuesday evening, Jan. 19, at the League. Dr. Herbert 0. Calvery will
speak on "The Romance of Biochemistry in the Sixteenth, 'Seventeenth,
and Eighteenth denturies.

Science Auditorium.
Varsity Band will meet Monday
night at 7:15 at Ferry Field House.

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Karl Borders, Secretary of the
League for Industrial Democracy,
Chicago, will speak at the second
meeting on the L.I.D. lecture series
program, on Monday evening at 8
o'clock in Natural Science Auditor-
ium. His subject will be: "Facing
the Race Question-A Daily Chal-'.
lenge."

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