Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue


Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

April 03, 1932 - Image 6

Resource type:
The Michigan Daily, 1932-04-03

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.




SUNDAY} ARIL 3, 1932

Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received at the oiffce of the Assistant to
the $'resident until 3:30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday.

LECTURES Varsity Band : Section rehearsal,
University Lecture: Wednesday, April 6, 4:15 p.m., Natural Science# all basses, Morris Hall, 2 p.m., today.
Auditorium. Professor Eugen Kuehnemann, of the University of Bres- Rehear~sal of full band, Hill audi-
lau, Germany: "Goethe und Deutschland." Lecture in German. to«rilim~, 7:15 pmm., Monday.

regular noon luncheon meeting of
all committee heads at the Den on
Monday at 12 o'clock. Have reports

University Lecture: Dr. A. C. Seward, Master of Downing and Pro- T~riangles: Supper at the Union Mlichigan Dames will have a so-
fessr o Boany Cabrige nivrsit, Eglad, vii letur onMon a 6 p.m. This is a regular meeting. c ial meeting of bridge and sewing
afteroon, pril18, a 4:1, in he NturalSciece Auitorum, o theI Brir an TuesdawilbepreiTesday Aprl85, t m8 , m., ntth
oftenon prl18 t :5,i teNaualSiec Adtoimo teguests. Grand Rapids Room of the League.
subject, "Plant Records of the Rocks." The lecture will be illustrated. --- All former Dames of this or other'
The public is cordially invited. Druids meeting at the Union, at universities are invited to attend.
1 9nnn~rn Tmnnrtn n 1



SUNDAY, APRIL, 3, 1932

No. 135

President and Mrs. Rutliven will be at home Sunday, April 3. 'Thee
Will be no tea on Sunday, Apri. 10. There will be a student tea on Wed-
rDesday, April 0, hut the tea on Wednesday, April 13, will e omitted.
To Students Having Library ooks:
1. Students having in their pos'i.ession books drawn from the Uni-
versity Library are notified that, such books are due Monday, April 4,
before the impending Spring vacation, in pursuancepf the Regents'
"Students who leave Ann Arbor for aIn absence of more than a week
must frst return all borrowed books."
2. Failure to return book before Hi vacaton will render the stu-
dent liable to an extra fine.
3, Students who have(' 5l)Ol itwelhfor ctainl books htwenlApil
4 and the beginning of the0 vwation im'.ay .'' Li in St1i1ch.ioo; by applying
to, the Superintendent ofi Circulation o. April 4.
4. Students who have u gen°t -need for certain boonks during the
vacation, will be given perni :.io to draw these books provided they
ar'e not in genieral demnid, oi1 appliationi to the Superin tendent. of Cir-1
culation after April 4. S. W. McAllister, Assocate6 Librarian.
Facuty, College of~ Literature, Science, and the Arts: Midsemester
reports are due not later than :Friday, April 8. More cards, if needed,
can be had at my office. These reports arc understood as naming those
,tudents whose standing at midsemster time is D or E, not merely those
who receive D or E in so-called mnidsemester examinations.
Students electing our courses, but registered in other schools orcol-
legcs of the Univesily, shoold be reported to the school or college in
vieh they are reg istecd. WI. R. iunlireys, Assistant Dean.
Stuidcuts, College o Literature, science, adl the Arts: Except under
extraordinary rirccilmst ances, cuses dropped after April 8; will be cre-
corded with a graide ofL;.
Faculty, School o Education: The April meeting will be held at te
Michigan League building at 12 o'clock Monday, April 4. A luncheon
m~ieting. C. . Davis, Sere ary.
j Students, School of Education: Permission to drol courses without
%f0) grades will not be given after Friday, April 8, except under extra-
ordinary circumstances. No course is considered officially dropped un-
less it has been reported in the oflice of the Recorder of the school of
Education, Room 1437 U. Elementary School.
School of Business Administration: The monthly assembly will be
be held at 4: 15 on Tuesday,. April 5, in Room 1025 Angell Hall Mr.
Charles B. Couchman, president of the American Institute of Account-
ants, will speak on the subject "High Lights of Accountancy."
New Freshman Pageant Rehearsal Schedule:
Renaissance 1...............Tuesday and Thursday, 3:00-Barbour Gym
,Strauss Waltz and Gavotte.. Tuesday and Thursday, 4: 00-Barbour Gym
Greek Warriors and GreekI
Priestess ..............~'uesday and Thursday, 4 :30-Barbour Gym
Primitive .................Tuesday and Thursday, 5.00-Barbour Gym
Modern............. Monday and Wednesday, 4:30-Barbour Gym
Ballet....... "............Monday and Wednesday, 5:00-Barbour Gym
' Please be prompt. Come ready for work with either dance or gym
clothes. heads of dance groups please come a little early if possible.
Tickets to the National Aircraft Show, for those who signed up1, will
be available Monday afternoon, from the instructor with whom you
Oriental Women: The bus which is taking the girls to East Lansing
oan Saturday, April 9, will leave the Michigan League building at 8:30 a.m.
All who are going are asked to be prompt. Will anyone who has not
notifled this fice, please do so byjuesday, April 5, in order tat trars-
potation arrangements may be made. Alice C. Lloyd,
Den of Women.
-the ingerie restaurant to talk
your weekend guests to dinner.
-dinner dancing from six 1
eight-sopper dancing from nil
until eeve a."
-awa real meal awaits you here
afWnerleoperated restautr


University Lecture: Professor R. H. Whitbeck, of the University of
Wisconsin, will lecture on the subject, "Life on the Argentine Pampa."
Illustrated), on Friday, April 29, at 4:15 p).m., in Natural Sc iene
Auditorium. TIhe public is cordially invited.
The Ann Arbor Art Association announces a lecture by Mr. Paul J.,
,Sachs, Professor of Fine Arts, Harvard Univcrsity, and Associate Direc-
tor, Fogg Art Museum, on "French Paintings and Drawings of the Nine-
teenth C.entury," April 7, WNest Gallery, Alumni Memoria]lflall.
An Exhibition of 51 paintings from the 3(ii Ii:annual exhibition of
the Art Institute of Chicago is being shoxwn in the West Gallery of the
Alumni Memorial f-al under the au spices of the Anm Arbor Art Associa-s
tion. The exhibit, will lht' 6p eu [Fom 1I:2)0 to5 t r=oce k u-411 April 132,
zoold'n'y 32 ( let-vdil:+,-) :Tb e.l lamen is oft la s,: re t c Ld to obta iii famiily
histories, and jiistri'i 1 h i' I) d 1 ~ti 17 or1 car't,are fio!t( i in thej
usual place. If you l lehi dcd in a lent a ive i'hwia r;.I,, pas(OIlltt
the instructio n s be a 1. i'trIisla y, Aptril 5.

I art 11c'llcnic Delegates: ThereI
Lut hern Students: Prof. Sher- r will be a regular meetinig of Pan
wood Russell will iai to the grou=i*I 1ll,irlc 'Tuesday, Aril 5, at 4 pa.n.,
tonight oan Gandhi and lfidia. Sup- i h ae
nopr will hra 5servedrlat6 i i ii t itChuthehCave

jpd]'klJs, 'Phird and West ILibyerty sis.
P1hi beta lKappa, Antnal Mect-
lug: The annual meeting of Alpha
C;hapter in Michigan of Phi Beta
Kappa will he held on Wednesday.
Aril 6, at 4:10 p.m.. in Room 2003
A.H . Thle election of new memnbers
iand other important business xvill
bec undert co'I nsider'ation)1at this timeiz.
I!, is 1)holwd'(l asti 5maiy them h~t'
ori' chtt, beCv dcas p lle wiIOxilli be
pi -'SeTt (ll this occaision.
(bIr-rrIa . Bii tic r, c 'enl ary.
We mn'si~ 'serchCIOb: Regular
m eating Monday. April 4. at 7:30

Alpha Nit meets"Tuesday night at
7:30 in Alpha Nu Room, 4th, floor
'Xngeli flail. An open forum discus-
~ion will be hield on "Government
Planning." The general public is
, '7ordialiy invited and those inter-
' steNd in affiliating with the organ-
iz,,"Jion are especially urged to at-

IaVI'NTlS TIOD)AY iu-. -Mrs. Dorothy Lind [ors will
all Yearng Peoples Society: Stuident Class for Freshmen s51)(5)k (on"G< t ta in Aspectlsz of Archa-
nen, meets at 9: 30 at. the Church House. Upperclassmen ae~ao ; 77."
45 in the Lecture Roomn of thie Church. Sacial 1Hour, 5:30, --
Forumi, 6:30. The election of next yea r's officers will take !.! uniex' Ic L'ch l(lith, Tuesday.
th{; social hour . Aoril 5, 7:30 p.m., Room 2032 N.S.
"Oxygen defitcicy and resiraltory
il: 6i pat.nrnecthungwill be intsr te ftof t<t? , i mni. Austin control," D.( .C Nchlsn
h. ave carge of the me'eting. At this tm theice will be "Energy eel°?alP{e between mnole-
iction of ofhicers. Atl 12 n itoo1 .1 ie regi lar 11 'will rIll oct "'tiX s w g nlo jms S. Ow-,";.
1(~a:hni tryC(otlloquium: '"'ha mw'xt
Episcopal hiireh : At '7:.3(0 p.m.. Profcsslor .Johsi of Dar4t- il ehld\Indy
ewill speak as one) of thle Wesleyan Guild Lecturers. At, April 6, at 4:1.5, in Room 303. Mr.
Tropp xwil discuss ''Quilonioidai ou
Fisher will speak on "'PYhe Quest of Truth.'' in Triarlinelmthyl Halides.''1
Students: Mr. B. Kruithof speaks at tihe League, 9 :3(0 aim.i Faculty Women's Club, Playread-
_ rinrg Section, meets at 2:15, 'Tuesday
Student Club will meet, in Zion Lutheran Parish hall Sun- at the League building.
t5:30. 'The p t(r?ainxwill be in observance of the Washing-
ni al. ~a culty Womern's Cluib : The Mon-
day Evening Drama Section will
tional Student Fellowship Supper xwill be served at G o'clock. meet; at the home of M~rs. HT. S. Bull,
supper Mr. David Cannon, graduate student in Psychology, Ann Arbor Hills, April 4, at 7:45.
"The Cultural Contribution of the American Negro to Art - -
e."Speial usi byMissEveyn Jnes a egrostuent R.O.T.C. track meet; scheduled for
,si" SpalbyMus iclylissEveynonsaNrosthtue FtskThursday night will be held Mon-
;ity an byMr.WiliamGrasona sloit wth he iskday night, April 4, first event, 7:30.
Architects' Ball Committee: The

uive rsity Oratorica-O Coikiest:
lf'he first elimnination~ contest will be
aid l Monlday night at 7 p.m., in
R~oom 4203 Angell Hall. 1t-,is mm-
orl,,at that all contestants be pre-_
fli proisiCpl~ly at 7 o'clock so that
;,he order' oL speeches may be de-
Ac olytes: Meeting Monday, April
1. Prof. Rainich, of the Mathemat-
i('5 department, will discuss "The
Mleaning of Applied Mathematics."
Philosophy Office, 7:30 p.m.
ophomore Enginecrs will meet
Monday, April 4, at 4:15 p.m., to
decide on junior jackets.
P:4nt tPhys iolog'y Seminar mnee'ts
! 7::30 Monday eveingl, April 4,. in
Room 11:39 N.S. Mr. Hrover will dis-
cuss respiration with special refer-
ence to the effect, of a tmino{) acids
fin respir'ation.
Adelphi: An inter-party debate
on the campaign issues for the fall
elections will be the program. for
the open meeting. All Freshmen in-
tendling to try out for the Alpha Nu
debate are req~uired to attend and
participate. The meeting will be
held at 7-::30 Tuesday evening, in
Room 4203 A.11.
HiMlO Luncheon will be held on
Wednesday, April 6, at 12:15 p.m.,
at the Union. Mr. Valentine B
Windt will speak.

Balanced Diet Is Called Higrher
in Nutrimental Value
Than Requisite.
'rULSA, Arl-12.-_-V11) -.Believe it
or nlot, you (gin feed a person ai
carefully balanced ratio)n for a fogd
cost of about six cents a day.
More than 10,000 pe~ople in Tulsa
County have been fed at that r'ate
since November, 1931, under a com-
mlissary plan developed by John 11.
Leavell---and fed a weekly ration
one-third hither in nutritional
value than is absolutely necessary.
Commodities were purchased for
cash in carload lots, and rations
were made up in advance to suit
Lhe dlietetic needs 01' children, 2 to 8
years, adolescents, 8 to 1.) years;,.
and adults.
These diets xvere aplproved, each
week by the Tulsa County Medical
Society, and the commissary gave
instructions for the preparation. of
t he food.
The Poetry Society of the Univer-
sity of Michigan will meat at 7:30
p.m., Tuesday, in Room 3227 Angell
fll. Applicants to this society must
submit original manuscript to Miss
Jean D. Crawford at Martha Cook.
Camelot Exhibition: The Univer-
sity Chess and Checker club is
sponsoring a Camelot Exhibition by
Newell Banks, one! of the leading
Camelot p~layers of the United
States. The exhibition will be held
on Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, at
the Michigan Union. The public is
cordially invited. There will he no
Theta Sigma Phi meeting Tues-
day, April 5, at 7:15 p.m., at the
League. Miss Florence Davies of the
Detroit News will be guest speaker
for the evening. All members please
be on time.
111Mke - Largle and Potable
Sold Ru~ied cned Repaired
Large choicer stockJ~bsyto "ns
v. D. M 0RRIL L
31 . S to St., Ann Arbor.

dlay evening at
ton Ii-Centem
Co ngrcegati
Followinig the
will spcak on
and Literature
in the Univers
Jubilee Singer:


Liberal Students' Union: 7:30 p.m., Professor E. Blythe Stason will
speak on "Housecleaning the Practice of Law." Unitarian Church.
f Harris Hall: Reg ular student supper at 6 p.m., thseennoloe
by an address by Mrs. Mary C. Van Tuyl.
St. Andrew's Church : Holy Communion, 3 a :mn7, Church School at
0:30 a.m., Kindergarten at 11 a.m., Holy Communion and sermon at 11
am, The easter music will be repeated ait this service. Evensong at
5:30 p. M.
Baptist Guild, 6:30 pAr., annual election will be held i connection
with discussion meeting. All members please attend.


_ _ __.. ._. ___._..._.___ __ e- _ _____ -


Now's the time to decorate-For one week we are offering our



University Symphony Orchestra: Important rehearsal this morning
at 9 o'clock. Hill Auditorium.
HleFoundation : Rabbi Leon Frain of Detroit wuill speak on "The
Deiiti ounofatw"ai srieon1:'m;8pm. pnFou-rf
Howardtion .of Jew ,"yawisedicuss, 11" a mOur 8Univerit e rlly Educat-
ing?" All invited.

1 1I

___ _ _ ___ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ __ _ _ _ __ . __. _ _ _ . ... _ .. : _ _ ._ ___.


.. .... ....~m un lr

-18 MaytiArd
-a new moiern cafeteri ader'x the direct super-
vision of C. I...
-featuring; baked virginia hate for sunday nigh t...
-come over and get a full tray of food at a reason-
able price..
a lager ,e opcrated restaurant

'-.~the fiugerle east campus restaurant
" awaysondo8t.0
- iner dancing tonight in the den
club from six'tor eight- supper dancing
from nine to eleven . O.
--a real meal awaits you here ...
a inere peatedrestaurant


--- _ -.__



7 77

- - _- - -- -- ---- _,- -- - - ---- - -,--- - -------- - - - ---- -------










r _ _



Aw'da I


I I }; 'If ;rn j + f
j may'... _ ' t


r 'U


n ry
'd 1 b

Enjoy your
/Jlex'll be
see ng ya(.

11 XT -

.t _Y



11-11 wit Py -vpI ' .- IxN u iI II i *k 9

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan