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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

N OFFICIAL BULLETIN
in the Bulletin i constructive notice to all members
versity. Copy received at 'the offiCe of the AssI-tail to
nt until 3:30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday.

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1932

No. 100

NOTICES
ashington's Birthday Exercises: The public observance qf the
anniversary of the birth of George Washington will take place in
uditorium, Monday, Feb. 22, 1932, at 11 o'clock a.m. This meeting,
has been arranged by the citizens of Ann Arbor and the Univer
.cooperation, will be addressed by Dr. Randolph G. Adams, Direc-
the William L. Clements Library of American History and Chair-
>f the Michigan State Commission for the George Washington
ennlal. Students and members of the faculties of the University
rdially invited and urged to attend.
iversity Women: All women students who have changed houses
e second semester are asked to report this change in the Office of
an of Women by Tuesday, Feb. 23r. Alice C. Lloyd,
t BDean of Women.
rority Chaperons, Social Directors, llouseheads; University Wo-
The closing hour for Sunday, Feb. 21, will be 11 o'clock; for Mon..
eb. 22, 11 o'clock. Byri Fox Bacher,
Assistant Dean of Women.
oiversity Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
ration for all those interested in securing permanent positions
t- teaching), will be held at the following hours in Room 205,
Hall: Friday, Feb. 26, 2 p.m.; Monday, Feb. 29, 2 p.m.; Tuesday;
1, 4 p.m.
rsons who did not receive J-Hop favors and programs may do so
senting ticket stubs at Balfour's, 1103 South Univer'sity Ave.
A. K. Robison.
tdbin Hood" Rehearsals: Sunday at 2 and 7 p.m., Ballroom of the
, entire company. Monday at 2 in Room 318 Union, entire cone-
Tuesday at 2, Room 318 Union, principals. Tuesday at 8 p.m,'
iroom tf Union, entire company. Carlton Wells. *
41ice: Junior Girls' Play rehearsals for Monday at 3:30 o'clock:
s 3'in Garden room; Chorus 6 in Committee room; it 4:30 o'clock,
s 4 .n Committee room, chorus 5 in Garden room, Chorus 6 in
.ittee room. Tuesday at 3:30 o'clock: Chorus 2 in Cave, Chorus 8
nmittee room; at 4:30 o'clock, Chorus 2 in Committee room, Chorus
a e, Chrus 9 in. Committee room.
he'following Extension classes will meet for the first, second or
lime during the week of Feb. 22, The following class will meet for
st time:
iglish.14t: The English Bible, Its Literary Aspects and Tnfluence
sr W. . Humphreys. Tuesday, Feb. 23, 7 p.m., in 2225 Angell Hall
ae following classes will meet for the second time:
iglish 2: English Comnposition. Assist. Prof. H. C. Binkley, Tuesday,
3, 7 p.m., 1018 Angell Hall.
eology 31: Physical Geology. Assist. Prof: R. L. Belknap., Wednes-
'eb. 4 7 p.m., in 2054 Natural Science bldg.
0Ip runselors' Training Course: Mr. Boyd Walker, Wednesday,
4, 7 pfm., in 231 Angell Hall.
usic 41: HIstory and Literature of Music. Mr. Glenn D. McGeoch,
day, Feb. 25, In Room 311 Hill Auditorium, Thayer St. Entrance.
te following classes will meet for the third time:
story 92: Europe since 1870. Prof. P. W. Slosson, Monday Feb. 22,
, in 1025 Angell Hall.
ieech 33: Practical Public Speaking. Mr. C. G. Brandt, Wednesday,
4, 7 p.m., 4206 Angell Hall.
'ench 32: Fourth Semester French. Mr. Hirsch Hootkins, M'fonday,
2, 7 p.m., i 205 Romance Language bl(g.
University Extension Division.
icialist Club Book Exchange will be open Saturday, Monday, and
ay for sale of books and also for the refunding of money or the
ing of unsold books.
loks -not called for will be kept for sale at the opening of the
Exchange next fall.
.nd y not called 'or during the next three days will be available
r meeting of the Socialist Club announced in the D. O. B.
cglilsh 206' (Old English Poetry): This class will meet at 9 o'clock
ThS, In Room 2019 A.H. A. I.'Marckwardt.
luc.ation A125: The Philosophy of Education will be given Monday
rednesday at 11 o'clock, Room 4017 U.H.S. Courtis.
jucation B252: The Administration and Supervision of'Elementary
is will be given Monday and Wednesday at 10 o'clock, Room 4203
Courtis.
jucation"C115: Educational Tests and Measurements will be given
Ty and Wednesday at 2 o'clock in Room 4203 U.H.S. Courtis.
ology 32 (Heredity): Owing to the holiday on Monday the Seat-

Ronan, Sattinger, Searles. The remainder of the class will meet in
Room 338, MW at 11. .. S. Bull.
E.= ,A: I ectures ne.t week will e on Wednesday and Friday at 5
p mn. in Room 101 We.;t En. nering bmiding.
Oriilnti l uangtue5 3 (sraeliti sh istory and Prophesy) will meet
fo ° organ i .ation Wt'diiesday; Feb. 24, at 2 p.m., in Room 2023 A.H.
MEETINGS TODAY
Congregational Student Fellowship: Professor V. W. Crane of the
History "Department will speak on the subject, "Washington and the
West." Twenty-five cent supper at i o'clock and Mr. Crane's lecture
at 6:30.
Methodist Episcopal Church: Sunday Moaing at 10:30 President
Ruthven will speak from the pulpit upon the topic "Ethical and Reli-
gious Values in Education."
At 7:30 p.m., Rabbi Wolsey will speak on the topic, "Solvent Religion
in a Bankrupt World," under the auspices of the Wesleyan Guild Lecture
Founiation.
Wesley Hall: Sunday, at 6 p.m., special program of "The Negro in
Music and Art," led by a group of Negro students. The regular social
hour will follow. At 12 noon there will be classes for the undergraduates
and graduates led by Dr. Blakeman and Mr. Tom Pryor.
Presbyterian Young Peoples gociety: Student Class for Freshmen
Men and Women at 9:30 Sunday, at the Church House. Upperclassmen
meet at 12-12:45 at the Church. Social Hour and Student Forum 5:30.
Student Volunteer program led by Mr. Emilio M. Javier, president of the
Cosmopolitan Club. Week End Retreat at Highland Lake lasting till
Monday night. For particulars call the Church House, Dial 6005.
Zion-Trinity Lutheran StudentClub will have as its guest speaker,
Dr. Leander S. Keyser, HammaDivinity School, who will speak on "A
big religion for people of all sizes," this evening at the Parish Hall; 5:30
Social, 6 o'clock Supper, and at 6:45 Dr. Keyser.
Harris Hall: Breakfast at 8:45 a.m., and address by Dr. Randolph
Adams on, "The Life of George Washington." Supper at 6 p.m., and
address by Miss Ellen B. Gammack.
St. Andrew's Church: Corporate Communion at 8 a.m.; Church
School at 9:30 a.m.; Kindergarten at 11 a.m.; Choir Sunday and sermon
by the Rev. Henry Lewis, 11 a.m.; Eveniong 5:30 p.m.
Archery: Meeting of those interested in Archery at the Yost Field
House at 3 o'clock today.
Liberal Student's Union: "Observations of the Russian Experiment,"
Professor U. G. Rickert. Social hour. Unitarian Church, 7:30 p.m.
I Scalp and Blade: Meeting at 2:30 p.m., at the Union.
'Varsity Band: The band holds an important rehearsal this morn-
ing at 10 o'clock atMorris Hall.
I-
flillel Foundation: Service topic this morning, "Have the Jews a
Working Social Philosophy?" OpIi house and tek at 4 p.m., in honor
of Rabbi Wolsey. All welcome.

A-elphi: Profe;or Watkins of (lhe Economics Department will con-
dIuet a ti f0-ssion on the international debt situation at a smoker to be
Se~l Tuesday eveninj at 7:130 mi te Adeiphi, Room, fourth floor A.I.
al m1 mher ( and any other ma .i I udent who are interested are\ urged
to attendt.
''an deta Pi dinner meeting Tuesday, lFeb. 23, at (:15 p.m., Michigan
Union.'
All Campus Forum: Henry M. Bates, Dean of the Law School, will
speak on "Liberalizing Influences in the Supreme Court," Tuesday at
4:15 in Natural Science Auditorium.
Pegasus: All members of Pegasus Riding Society have been invited
to attend a musical ride and supper on Tuesday, Feb. 23, by Mr. Guy
Mullison. Those who will be able to attend will please notify Charlotte
Hughson at Martha Cook Building. The group will meet In the League
building promptly at 7,:30.
Meeting of Alpha, Nu,.Tuesday. Address by Regent J. E. Beal, mem-
ber '78-'82. Public cordially, invited and all interested in trying out for
membership especially urged to attend.
Physics Colloquium: Mr. Kenneth Thomson will talk on "Collisions1
of the Second Kind," at 4:15 p.m., " -- - -- ----°
Tuesday, Room 1041, E. Phys. Bldg.
All interested are cordially invited.
Newcomers Section of the Faculty LA STS
Women's Club will have a musical1t UR G E T
and tea Friday, 3 to 5, Feb. 26, in OF OUR GREAT
the League. Mrs. Laura Littlefleld
accompanied by Mrs. Mabel Ross All Florshei
Rhead will give a program begin-
ning at 3:30. STORE OPEN AL

COMING EVENTS

est daughter and secretary
Tolstoy will lecture in Hill A
Ium on "Tolstoy and the :
Revolution." Tickets are on
Wahr's bookstores and. in t
men' League building.
Clarence Senior, National
tary of the Socialist Pan
speak on "America in an I
pendent World," Monday at
in Natural Science Aud
'l4is is the seventh lecture
L. I. D. series.
Pi Lambda Theta will
combined business and soch
ing Tuesday evening, Feb
7:30, at the home of Esther'l
1106 Willard Ave.
Botanical Journal Club w
Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., in Roc
N.S. Papers by Prof. Bart
Hilton, Mueller, R. Shah, an
Steere. All interested are i
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WEEK!
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ns Included

L DAY MONDAY

Countess Alexandra Tolstoy: On
Thursday, Feb. 25, at 8 p.m., Coun-
tess Alexandra Tolstoy, the young-

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ORATORICAL ASSOCI ATIOTN

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"The Most Interesting Man in England"
HILL AUDITORIUM
TUESDAY, MARCH 1
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for ticket
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