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-THE MICHIGAN DAILY 2

k

Y OFFICIAL 1BULLETIN

ation In the
University,
-esident until,
l LII.

Bulletin is constructive notice to all Miembers
Copy received at he office of the. Assistant to
3:310; 11.30 a. m. Saturday.

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1932

No. 103

NOd FTICES

University flifuealu of Appitmtis and Occuprational linformatioin:
istration. for all t-hose intere6Sted ini (curin, per? anent oiom
cept~ teaching), will be held a1, the following hiours inl Roomn 205i,
30n Hall': dy e.2, 2 pmr.; Moonday, Febh.2,2 p~m.; 'lT esay,
ch 1, 4 pjmni
University Bureau of Appointimt~ts and Occupational Information:
studenits registered for teaching positions will please, call at the office
f1ill in Location Blanks foar the second semester. Office hours, 8 to 12
1:30 to 5.
Bronson -Thomias Prive in (erman (Value about $50.00)-opon toj
undergraduate students in. German--will be awarded on results of:
Essay in German on the followinlg subject: "The Influence of the
. burg period on a oethe"-to be prepared extra-murally and handed
n or before-Thursday, April 21, 1932; (b) an examinationi to be held
rhursday, April 21, 1932, and consisting of questions on Goethe's lif'e
wrorks up to 1775. Names of intending candidates should be handed
othe office of the German Department, Room 204 University Hall.
Action of the Administrative Board : The Administrative Board of
College of Literature,. Sciene, and the Arts has voted to suspend
Grant A. Mose for one semester, and to authorize a grade of E in
alecs 35, because he got another person to write his final examination
hat course. The person who. wrote the examination. is not a member
his College, and the case so far as it involves him has therefore been
reed to the College in 'Which he is registered.
New York Times Current Events Contest: TheF contest will be held
l'esday, March 1, at 2:00,p.m., in Room 2203 AMH. Necessary paper
be supplied. Students desirous of obtaining, further information
lernin~g the contest may consult, with 'Profesor Brown today from
4 p.m., or tom~orrow from 9 to 11, a.m., in Room 2032 A.H.
English 32 (Mr. Webster's Section) : Mr. Webster is unable to meet
class today. Assignment; Read the first three chapters of Neilson
Thoridike.
Students e~rolled in Chemistry 65 will meet for. the weekly quiz and.
ussion period according to the laboratory section in which they are
led. Sec. I (Mon.-Fri.) Friday 1 p.m., Room 122; Sec. II (Tu.-Th.)
rsd~ay 1 pm., Room X64; See., III (Wed.-Sat.) Saturday 8/am.
mn 151.
English 184: Students who were' enrolled in English 183 last semester
a.re not continuing with English 184 may┬░'obtain their Teading notes
.e English Office. L. A. Strauss.
All Worsen who like to write and are interested in, becoming, memo-
of Black Qu~ill may submit manuscripts for tryout. Place material
Iox 4 Matirtha Cook before Ma6rch 7. For further information call 5096.
Jean Cowden, Secretary-Treasurer.
English 2Z, English, 11: Waldo Abbot will not meet these classes today.

Candidates for the Degree of
Master of Arts in Eng-ish whio be-
gthii tIeir GCradutate work I . 1t1,the
sch- t) and clattend fLT'theaiext mI)ct
lgof the cour;;e atttlrke o'clockt
in Room 2219 A.H. W. U. ti.
Sigma Xi: Feobruary nmeeting , \,wil
be held in the William L. Clemnts
Library at 7:2)0 pmDr. t ando~ lh
G~. Adais , will sea.Themeti
i. onj- ofly to acI- muemner.; :avid
at4:5 R 40 l.W. Taandt
diSCUSsityI Rand meets at the Coli-
seum, at 7:45 tonight to play for
a hockey game.
University Symphony Orch e;'ra:
Important full rehearsal today.
'Wesley' Hall: A hike will be held
at 4 o'clock. ,All who arc literested
are welcomle.

Murray's Hat in Ring

OANE HUNDRED CHI
WANT TO -ENT E
l rLkJ ATN, IiFeb 2:) (,1)._.
Apparently there's a lot mor-e pre-
cocity in. America than even a, uni-
versity president would imagine.
MGore than 100 applications had
been received today, ten days after
Presidenit Walter Dill Scott of
Nor thwestern university anounced
th t a il schiool would like to amt
nexofll, a half doi- 1:3 to 15-
yeArld prig:(i e:.
Antd this befor~e-anly (of thl ello1l
priin>cipals, to Vwhlom tPresident Scott
made his only direct api)1-al had~
responded with any nominations!
The applications received, miade
in surprising numbers by the chil-
dren themselves from various parts
of the nation, were inspired solely
by, brief notices carried on press
iwires.
In the face of this yeaction, Presi-
dent Scot~t would not venture to
forecast today. what the "harvest"
will be when the scores of educators
have nominated the mental marv-~
els. who have -come under their ob-
.servation.
But he is convinced that thorn is
plenty of material for the, sort of
educational new departure he has
proposed, and' already has begun
c9ntemplating enlarging the group
to a dozen-six boys and six girls.
President Scott explained that a
few "superior" students wltio had
enrolled at Northwestern. when ex-
tremely young had been more than
satisfactory in grades and conduct,
but, being in an age class by them-
selves, have lacked the stimulus)
that comes from co-operation and
competition with equals tin age
adeprec!."It is planned that these students

ILD PRODIGIES
~R NORTH1STEdR N
fiv(, in the ..iccn e h.
Cachi will have friends of 1 the aile
ag;e and interests ouitside the class-
room," President Scott laid.
"These students muvst myeet all
ouir usual entrance requirements
which means that boys or girls con-
sidered precocious becautse of extra-
ordinar'y tlen4lt ill onletile, >such ta .
m u~lsic .Or artf, are l sno l~ t l~ i3t- y ! . f.t} e ()A r tl ~ I r T ~ o t, t;ei l e unyat l -
tcllig;ence quotienit highier than 130
-rsuch youzthfu l attainmients ,al
were characteristic of such imcii a
Napoleon Bonaparte,Gog Wash-
ington, Lord. Byron, Mozart, Jamies
'Watt and others."
The profession of Walter Kroel-
ling, Cleveland, 0., is that of head
surgeon at a "bowling ball hospi-
tal"-a wood turning shop.
ut f

Student Book Mark
,oeA ;i.(,'<-lock ltoday, All
halelft bookls ,at the exchaflg
urged by the socialist club tc
for the money, or the books, in
they have not been sold.
Anyone wlho does not redeer
boks ; tday nmy got them of
moneI y :at :any Of the 0Wedn'
ni I Usocialist ClubInectings.
bxook has not becen sold, a week'
} ice inuiisttbe given in order fo
owner to receive it. The exch
will open at, the end of the s t rs h tb o s m y b e
sumnmer school sale, and a wee:
fore the opening of school nex-
$her M. Quarashi, '32, chair
estimated yesterday that the
change had handled more
$700 worth of books..

The

Tolstoy Luncheon at 12:15, in thej
Russian Tea Room. of the Women's
[4ea ue. Tickets are to be obtained
at then main desk in the Women's
League and should be bought as
early as possible as there is only
limited room..
COMING EVENTS
Philosophy 31: Make-up exam-
ination Wednesday, March 2, at 3
p-m., in Room 202 S.W.
History, 12: Make-up examina-
tion,, Saturday, Feb. 27, 9 a.m., in
Room 1017 A.
English 143: A make-up examin-
ation for all members of the course
absent from the final examination
will tal~e place Saturday, Feb. 27,
at 9 a.m,, in Room 2203 A.H.
0. J. Campbell.
Geography 111: Make-up exam-
ina'tion Saturday, Feb. 27, at 9 a .m.,
in Room G A.H.
History 417(V. W. Crane) : Make-
up, examination, Friday, March 3,
at 2 p.m., in Room 1020 .A.H.,
"Frosh Frolic Committee. meeting
Saturday, 4 p.m., at the Union.
Liberal Student's Union:' Karl
Guenther of 'Ypsilanti State Normal
will speak on "The 'Student, the
Curriculum qnd Public Opinion."
Sunday evening at the Unitarian
fChurch.

Season

Associated Press Photc

of

Gov. 'William It. "Alfalfa Bill"
Murray of 'Oklahoma is shown at
the door of his gubernatorial resi-
dence in Oklahoma City just after
a "tea party" for newspapermen at
which hie anotinced his candidacy
for the democratic presidential,
nomination.j

G51lowvers

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ANNOUNCING
The Formal Opening of

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Florists which offers artistry and practical service.
The 'companyv also is ready to decorate homes and
churches for weddings or other joyful occasions of the
season.
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With our extensive facilities at our immediate command,
we can serve you efficiently, and speedily.
ANN ARORFLORISTS
122 Fast Liberty Street Dial 621 _
'We telegraph flowers

Goldy's Restaurant,
Student Operated
SPECIALIZING 1,N-
Deliciously %prepared forty-cent luncheons and full course
chicken and steak dinners. We cater to special parties and
banquets
Di Val P. Goldsmith, George E. Massey, Proprietors
"Just a half a block off State Street"
611 East Williams Street

9

DON

Inance Committee:
ers of this commit-
ot already. turned in
3so as woon as pos-

[ents will be adipitted to the
ling meet in the Intramurtal
on Saturday, at 7 p.m., upon
tation of 25 ent s anid their
ication carol; otherwise the
is 75 cents.
igan Socialist Club Used
Excehange: The Book Ex-
Swill be closed for, the se-
after today. Owners of boobs
call for their money ;or their
books. Blooks not called for
made available at any meet-
'the SocialistCub "held in
ichigan Union on Wednes-
MVoney for books sold would
availae at these meetings.
s of books desiring the Mich-
ocalist Club to retain the
till next Fall, when the Used
Exchange will be o apened
~must retain their receipts.
LECTURE TODAY
itess A. Tolstoy will give ya
free lecture at 4:15 in the
l Science Auditorium on "In-
Gllimpses fr om Father's

MUSICAL
EVENTS
All programs are given in Hill
Auditorium unless otherwise notedl.
The afternoon conicerts are given
without admission charge.
"B ERT 1A .PLO and EMIL.,
STE VA, Piartists~, March 1,
4 :15,,'Mendelssohn Theatre.E
WASSILY BESEKIRSKY, Vio-'
linist, MABEL ROSS RHAD),
Pianists, in S o n a t a Rze ital,
March 6, 4:15, Mendelsohn
Thea tre.
CHARL~OTTE. L 0 C K W 0 0 D,
Guest Organist, March 2, 4:15.
ROSA'PONSELLE, Soprano,
March 7, 8:15.
JOSEPH BRINKMAN, Pianist,
March 13,: 4:15.
JOSEPH 'BRINKMAN, }Pianist,
and HANNS PICK, Violin-
cellist, in Sonata Recital, March
27, 4:15, Mendelssohn Theatre.
RAYMOND MORIN, Pianist,
March 31, 4:15, Mendelssohn
Theatre.
UNIVERSITY SYMPHONY,
ORCHESTRA, David E. Mat-
tern, Conductor, and HANNS
PICK,' Violincellist, April 3,
4:15.
A'STANLEY' FLETCHER, Pianist,
April. 21, 4:15, Mendelssolin
Theatre.
NELL B. STOCK WELL, Pianist,
April, 24, 4:15,* Mendelsohn
Theatre.
MARJORIE MCCL.UNG, So-
prano, April 29, 4:45, Mendels-
sohn Theatre.
VIRGINIA HAMISTER, Pianist,
May 3, 4:15, Mendelssohn The-
atre.
PALMER CHRISTIAN, in Organ
Recital, every Wednesday at
4:15 unless otherwise announced.

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INGS TODAY
oan Committee meets
in Room 2, University
s who have filed ap-
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dents should call at
an appointment with

Right Honorable

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Icgoans"
will playr asreturn 'engagement

at the League

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50c and 75c

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G1JMember Parliament Twenty-five Years
(]JFirst Lord of the Admiralty
4IJMinister of Munitions
(JISecretary of War and Air
"[jJChancellor of the Exchequer
4j1JSecretary of Colonial Affairs
(]JPresident of the, Board of Trade
' t]Secretary for Home Affairs

SatraFeb.

9 till, 12

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ithony and ,anna
fa comedy club presentation

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BRILLIANT ORATOR
HILL AUDITORIUM

They need no introduction to Ann Arbo
Since Don Leonard made his first arnoearance at The League we a
received many requests for a return engagement and they will all1
granted tomorrow evening. There have been few orchestras to ga
the excellent reputation among students that this sterling aggreg
Lion has., Hear them once and you'll be one of their staunchest su
porters.

Tuesday. March, 1

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