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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

FRTDAY, MAY 27, 1932

TH_ M.HG N A L_._A, A 7,1S

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN -

'Lucky Breaks' Will I
Be Shown at Whitney

War Spy Arrested

LARGE AUDIENCE HEARS DR. HAMBLY .
SPEAK ON THE NATIVES OF ANGOLA

1 Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received at the oflice of the Assistant to
the President until 3:30; 11:30 a.m. Saturday..

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VOL. XLI.

FRIDAY, MAY

27, 1932 No.7

NOTICES

To the Members of the University Senate: At the meeting of the
University Council on May 23 a special Committee on Questionnaires
submitted to the Council an administrative information sheet, Form B,
which the Council approved for distribution to the Faculty of the Uni-
versity. . Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
Examination Conflicts, College of Engineering: All students who
find any conflicts between times announced for final examination in the
studies they are pursuing this semester, will report such conflicts to
Professor H. H. Higbie, Room 272 West Engineering building on or before
June 1. They should then apply at the same place on June 3 to receive
instructions for avoiding the conflicts, and written permission to take
special examinations that may be necessary.
It is advisable to delay reporting conflicts until nearly June 1 in
order that instructors may receive and announce special directions from
the Committee on Classification regarding time of examination in the
courses not conforming to the published Schedule of Examinations.
11. H. Iligbie for the Committee on Classification.
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
A representative of the Fuller Brush company will be in the office on
Friday, May 27, to interview men for permanent employment. Kindly
make appointments with Miss Webber at the office, 201 Mason Hall.
University Women: The closing hours for the nights of Memorial
weekend are as follows: 1:30, Friday; 12:30, Saturday; 11:00, Sunday;
and 11:00, Monday.
University Women: The lists of approved houses for the Summer
Session are now available in the office of the Dean of Women.
Social Directors, Chaperons, Househead s-Undergraduate Women:
The closing hour for students attending the Senior Ball tonight will
be 3:30 o'clock.
Notice: The Pearce Steel Strop demonstrators will be at Caulkins'
& Fleitcher's.Drug Store on Friday and Saturday. The product is sold
under a money-back guarantee, Any students interested in selling this
product during the summer, are asked to leave their names at the
Employment Bureau, Dean Bursley's Office or at Calukins' & Fletcher's
Store, 324 South State St.
Sophomore Engineers: The jackets that you ordered are being sent
to you C.O.D. They should start to arrive this next Tuesday. Be on the
lookout for them and be prepared to receive them.
ACADEMIC NOTICES
Geology 31: Make-up bluebook will be given today at 4 o'clock in
Room 3056 N.S. The laboratory will be open Wednesday and Thursday
afternoon from 3-5 for study. Students should consult the bulletin
board near the Geology Dept. Office to check their laboratory record and
learn the time of make-up laboratory sections. All work must be com-
pleted by Thursday, June 2. Incomplete will be given after that date.
Geology 11: The make-up for the last bluebook will be given today
at 4 o'cloek in Room 3056 N.S. All students should consult the bulletin
board near Geology Office to make sure that their field trip record i
complete. The time of make-up field sections will be posted. Incompletes
will be given unless field trip record is clear.
Comprehensive Examination MakeUp in Education will be given on
Saturday, May 28, at 8 a.m., in Room 4009 of the University High School.
There will be no other opportunity to take the examination this semester.

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"Lucky Breaks," the second an-
nual play to be given by Roy Hoy-
or, who was previously connected a
with the producing of the Michi- (acntinucd From Page 1)
gan Union operas, will be given on a considerable degieo it gives a
June 4 to 6 at the Whitney Theatre.
The play will have Ann Arbor
people in its cast. of all graduates, since total em-
-- - ployment depends on the total in-
Prints in Alumni Memorial Hall di.strial and business picture.
Galleries open week-days from nine The fact is that the companies.
until five; Sundays from two until mcintioned above have in most cas-
five. Exhibitions close May 30. es virtually or actually rsuspended
recruiting. The graduate of 1932
EVENTS TODAY will not in general find employment
now, nori 'for some, time to come.
Tool Engineering will be di;cussed What is he to do about it? The:
in Room 1300 of the East Engineer- first rule to adopt is to take any- /
ing building at 8 a.m. thing that looks like a job, no mat-
Mr. M. W. Hughes will speak on ter what it is. Some income from.
"The Importance of Tool Engineer- doing something is better than no -.
mng in Modern Production." 'nccme from the thing one would *
Mr. A. Marchenko will speak on like better to do, but cannot get.
"The Comparison of Tooling Meth- Some seniors may count on get- :. ...
ods in the Automotive Industry ting busy after graduation, and=. . ::
with Those Used by Machine Tool writing letters around the country. Associated Press Photo
Builders." They should hear about the 1926
All students interested in this graduate who has already had re- After a 13-year search, this moan
important subject are invited to plies from 55 companies,-but no was arrested in New York as Capt.
attend these 15-minute talks. job. That is, 'employment man- Fritz Joubert Duquesne, wanted in
- - agers' files are choked with appli- England as an alleged German war
Alpha Kappa Delta: Picnic to be cations, and have been for a long spy accused of blowing up the
held today instead of as planned. time. Anyone who depends wholly steamer Tennyson off Brazil in 1916.
Transportation from the Econom- on letters or written applications-
ics building at 3 and 6. is largely wasting his own time. t cheap traveling distance of a num-
le had better be reading econom- ber of firms. His problem is then
Senior Ball Committee: Members ics in the public library. With so sto find the location, name, and
:f the committee are requested to many applicants to choose from, business of every company in his
-all at Room 302 of the Union be- it is evident that when jobs do be- locality, in order that he may cov-
,ween 12 and 1 o'clock noon today. come available, the man who has er them each once or several times.
had a personal interview will usu- The electrical engineering de-
"Music Shrines of Europe": Illii ally be taken in preference to the partment has made up a file, by
strated lecture by Dr. F. S. Onder- man who has simply written a let- states, of some 573 electrical firms.
donk, under auspices of Mu Phi ter. Yet how can an unemployed Seniors and unemployed graduates
Epsilon, Sigma Alpha Iota, and graduate travel ar-ound the coun- have been copying company names
Alpha Epsilon Mu, today at 4:15 try having interviews? rather extensively for several weeks.
o'clock, in Room 231 A.H. Usually, he cannot. His attack Of course, this process cannot be
must be local. First, the problem expected to yield a job in the very
COMING EVENTS is that of how to live inexpensively. near future, if the companies in
That is an individual matter. Per- a graduate's territory have no jobs.
Michigan Interpretive Arts So- haps the usual solution is for the But sooner or later, it should re-
ciety: There will be a meeting of graduate to return home. Wher- sult in success coming earlier than
the members of this society at 7 ever he goes, he is usually within it might otherwise.
P.m., Wednesday, June 1, Room 302 I-____________________ __________

Illustrating his lecture with a
complete set of slides and motion
pictures, Dr. Wilfrid D. Hambly, as-
sistant curator of African ethnol-
ogy in the Field Museum of Natur-
al History in Chicago, yesterday
afternoon carried a vivid impres-
sion of life among the natives of
Angola, Portuguese West Africa, to
a large audience in Natural Science
Latest Astronomical
Find Causes Interest
The new planetoid discovered by
Dr. Karl Reinmuth of the Heidel-
berg observatory, Germany an-
nounced Tuesday night, is regard-
ed with interest by astronomers
the world over.
Prof. H. D. Curtis of the Univer-
sity astronomy department con-
siders the discovery of this new
planetoid, "1932 H.A." as very in-
teresting as well as very important.
"Its main value," he said, "lies in
the fact that it will supersede
Eros, until now the closest known
planetoid, as a base line to deter-
mine the size of the solar system.
It will also.make possible more ac-
curate measurements of distance
and will be of special importance
in determiningthe distance be-
tween the earth and the sun, re-
ducing the errors of measurements
by approximately 40,000 miles."
The new planetoid is exceedingly
small and its presence can only be
noted by observing photographs.

auditorium. The iceture material
and pictures were obtained by Dr.
Hambly on a recent ethnological
expedition to Angola and Nigeria.
Dr. Hambly brought out the fact
that the natives of Angola are not
as primitive as might be expected.
The pictures showed that they are
quite skilled in wood, metal, and
leather work. They raise cattle,
Dr. Hambly said, but consider them
sacred and do not milk or kill them;
they are purely a sign of wealth and
are used to pay finesand debts. The
natives, he sidc, have attained a
high degree of specialization, each
person doing one particular task
and certain professions being al-
lotted to women and others to men.
During his trip Dr. Hambly found
only one cannibalistic tribe. At
one village he was invited to a din-
ner and was shocked to find that
he was expected to eat cooked rats,
whiskers and all. lie narrowly es-
caped marriage to a native girl at
one place, he said, when he asked
her for her pipe. It is a customary
form of proposal among some of
the tribes to ask the young lady for
her pipe and Dr. Hambly received
a sound lecture from the girl's
mother.
ANN ARBOR NURSERY CO.
50%-70%f Off List
You cannot afford to buy elsewhere.
Two years free replacement.
See display on lot at 1316
Packard-Phone 22763

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Mason Hall, for the purpose of
electing members of the Executive
Board and for the discussion of
plans for the coming year.I
Phi Delta Kappa: Final meeting}
of the year will be a luncheon at}
1he Union, Saturday, May 28, at
1:10. The speaker will be Dr. F. D.
Curtis who will discuss informally
he status of teacher training on
the Pacific Coast.
Michigan Dames Book Section
will meet at the home of Mrs. Clif-
ord Woody, 1607 Granger Tuesday,
May 31, at 8 p.m.
Baptist Students' Guild, Seniors'
"Hail and Farewell." Open Air
meeting on hilltop above Municipal
Fireplace, Sunday. Meet at Guild
House at 5 p.m. sharp. Hike to the
place of meeting. Senior talks in
;harge of Fuller Searles, '32E. Pic-
nic luncheon. Music

Lydia MENDELSSOHN Theatre
Opening Tonignt at 8:15
Also MON., TUES., WED. and SAT. of next week
The Charming New York Star
Patrica
} in Bernard Shaw's Best Comedy

OUR
LAST DANCE
WILL BE HELD FRIDAY NIGHT
But
WE WILL REMAIN OPEN
ALL THROUGH
SUMMER SCHOOL
Dancing Every Afternoon and Night
YourA
7{-
ast
to dance to the music of

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"Candida"
Last times TOMORROW at 3:15 & 8:15I
vIOLET

Master's Degree in History: All
students who expect to obtain a
master's degree in history this year
and who entered graduate school
in or after June, 1931, must pass
a written examination in one for-
eign language, preferably French
or German. This examination will
be given at 4 p.m., today, in Room
1204 A.H..Students will be permitted
to use a dictionary of their own.
EXHIBITIONS
The Third Annual Exhibition of
Sculpture held under the auspices
of the Division of Fine Arts is to
be continued until May 30 in Uni-
versity Hall, Rooms 210, 401 and
402 from 2 p.m. until 9 p.m.
Exhibition of Modern Austrian
Painting .and a loan Exhibition of
Modern European and American
BRIGHT SPOT
802 Packard St.
Today, 11:30 to 1:30
Shrinp Salad with Potato Chips
Potato Salad with Salmon or Cold
Meats
Fried Perch Veal Cutlets
Roast Beef, Cucumbers and Potatoes
Custard, Ice Cream, Cake
Coffee, Punch, Milk
30c

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REALLY APPRECIATE
THIS BARGAIN .. .....
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MODERN SODA FOUNTAINS

and
Lester Vail

in John Van Druten's Gay Comedy Hit
"THERE'S ALWA YS JULIE T"
NIGH TS-50c, 75c, $1 (A few at $1.50).
WED. AND SAT. MATS.-50c AND 75c CENTS (A few at $1.00)
SEASON TICKETS FOR ALL 6 PLAYS-$3, $4, AND $6.
BOX OFFICE PHONE 6300

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at the hut tonight
From nine until

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after the
senior ball

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5:30 to 7:30
Soup
Baked Stuffed Lake Trout
Fillet of Haddock
Salmon Salad
Vegetable Plate with Eggs
Beef
Stuffed Pork Chops
Roast Veal, Jelly 1 Lamb Chops
Mashed or French Fried Potatoes
Spinach with Hard Cooked Egg and
Bacon
Scalloped Corni, Vegetable Salad
Lemon Custard, Ice Cream, Cake,
JeClo, Sundaes
C4ffee, Tea, Milk
f. 40c

don Loomis' band

food by

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and his
Orchestra

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TIME'S ON THE WING
LEAVE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR
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Tonight 9:00 to 1:00

good time

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Cards Processed ......................$2.00
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