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'THE MVCHqTGAN

DAILY

SATURD~AY, T

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN-
Publication i h Bulletin is constructive notice to all members ith -L ea ray c4 "g:
of the University. Cop received at the office of the Assistant to Bachelor of tnc
the President until 3:30; 11:301 a. m. Saturday. Robert Merrislyn InaneM,
VOL. XLII. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1932 No. 104 Bachelor cf£ Arts
SGordon BelarTfor .Ani;;reao, Nc1sGYI

SDegrees Approved

JAPANESE ON SHANGHAI FRONT

17,1,1corofMusic (Public School
i~alN!orofMuisic)
Dorothy Estelle Kelsey, Henry
August Mayer, Geraldine Cordelia

Forestry School

NOTICES

Raa Pouselle Program: Rosa Ponselle, dramatic soprano of the
Metropolitan Opera Company, assisted by Stuart Ross, Pianist, will give
the following progfram at, the tenth Choral Union Concert, Monday
evening, March 7, at 8:15 o'clock.
Romano Ranani: Aria, "0 divina Afrodite" from the opera "Fedra";
(Miss Ponselle); Salvatore Rsa: Star vicino al bell' idolo; Veracini: A
Pastoral; Wagner: Traume; Lecoq: Chamson de la cigale (Miss Pon-
selle) Chopin: Nocturne, Opus 4, No. 1; Debussy: Prelude in A minor
(Mr. Ross) ; Rossini: Aria, "Bel raggi lusinghier" (Miss Ponselle) ; David
Guion: The Harmonica Player; Debussy: The Girl with the Flaxen Hair;
Niemann: A Chinese Quarrel (Mr. Ross); Anton Arensky: On Wings
of Dream; Grieg: Eros; Geni Sadero: Lullaby; Frank LaForge: Come
unto these yellow sands (Miss Ponsele).
Students Piano Recia: Bertha Flo and Emil Steva of the Junior
Class in the School of Music will give the following program of piano
selections, Tuesday afternoon, March 1, at 4:15 o'clock in Lydia Mn-
delssohn Theatre, to which the general public is invited:
Schumann: Sonata in G Miior (Bertha Flo) Chopin: Prelude No. 1,
22, 14, 16; Chopin: Fantasie Irnpromptu, Op. 66 (Emil Steva) Brahms:
Intermezzo, Op. 118, No 6; Brahms: Capriccio, Op. 76, No. 2; Debussy:
Voiles; Debussy: Minstrels; Liszt: Waldesrauschen (Miss Flo) Rac-
maninoff: Prelude in G Minor; Liszt: Sonetto del Petrarca; Godard:
Jugglery; Rubinstein: Etude (Mr. Steva).
r English I, Sections 41 and 45 (first semester) : Students in J. R.
Swain's sections may get their notebooks in Room 2222 A.
MEETINGS TODAY
English 143: Make-up examination for all members of the course
absent from the final examination at g a.m., in Room 2203 A.H.
0. J. Campbell.
English 218--Medieval and Renaissance Rhetoric will meet in N. E
Nelson's office, from 10 to 12 o'clock.
Robin flood Rehearsals: Entire company at 1:30 in Room 318 of the
Union. There will be no rehearsal tonight.
Frosh Frolic Committee meeting at 4 p.m., in the Union.
COMING EVENTS
History 11, Section I: Make-up examination will be given Tuesday,
March 1, at 9 a.m., in Room 4001 AH. P. W. Sosson.
History 93: Make-up examination will be given Tuesday, March 1,
at 9 a.m.,in Room 4001 A.H. P. W. Sosson.
Political Science 182 (American Political Theory) will meet in Room
2037-AH. (Political Science Seminar) Monday evening, Feb. 29, at 7:30,
instead of Tuesday at 2 o'clock. J. S. Reeves.
A Motion Picture 4nd Lecture on the manufacture of steel will be'
presented by the Bethlehem Steel Co., in the Natural Science Auditor- j
ium on Tuesday, March 1, at 4 p.m. This film will show the complete
operation from the handling of the ore to the finished rolled product.
It is taken from points of view that are ordinarily inaccessible to the;
visitor at the mills.
Michigan Dames meeting at the League building on Tuesday, March
1, at 8 p.m. Anyone not interested in bridge can take sewing. All former]
Dames of this or other universities are cordially invited.
Hindustan Club meeting Sunday in Lane Hall at 2:15 o'clock.
Methodist Episcopal Church Sunday, 7:30 p.m., Professor Halford E.
Luccock of Yale University, a noted authority on church history and
modern philosophy, is speaking on "The Rise and Fall of Humpty
Dumpty." At 10:30 a.m., Dr. Peter Stair is speaking on "Chirst of Creed."
Wesley Hal: Sunday, 6 p.m., Prof. Max Handmnan of the Economics
department of the University is speaking on the topic "Economic Ele-
ments of the Race Question." At 12 o'clock the regular classes will be
held under the leadership of Dr. Blakeman and Mr. Pryor.
Paul H. Alden, Candidate Secretary for the Baptist Board of Foreign
M'issions, will meet with the Buffalo Conference delegates and the Stu-
dent Volunteers and others interested at 4 p.m., Sunday, in the Com-
mittee Room of Lane Hall.
Baptist Guild, 503 East Huron. The Reverend Paul E. Alden, of New
York, representing the American Baptist Foreign Mission Society, will
be glad to meet any interested students from Saturday to Monday noon.
Ile will give the Sunday evening address at Guild House, 6:30 p.m.
Liberal Student's Union: Karl Guenther of Ypsilanti State Normal
will speak on "The Student, the Curriculum and Public Opinion." Sun-
day evening at the Unitarian Church.

William. rs1"' c awcs~Iy- lahe4;k' of Science ill Forestr~y
insIEg Baifir, ll.. 1ll W !lia ;!;c Wilfred Merrill ,Ja r~sits l'wac id
downV(, 111A s ~,'iii b~a, A l V "mon '"11!11+1.
Caver', X viii W! L(L1 1 ,tVL ~reiTUl
bast 1 Cripp i, A i I lhAl : , I iO- -~;, ' i l.r rlr
hue, VWilliam- lRub!ter] f;tdl1f>vi d I (i T1Science ill Fo c. try
Cother Finley, 1 i ac- .1ill; ..fiker, John Louis
Otto Gras~sl, FDa 1iii d :.. x:1'114 Micr, 'i'vin St. Jean Sturgis.
V'lifet ~c' dorp, 11,nak o caII.c inr s q..ertificate
Howard, Frances!k Jy eo-Sr- lo duain
ard~~~~~ ~ Arol amn oiai4 f, I -(dOswald Benz, Marian
Veneelley,,\V .:i>.> r ];:i A (..I ~~~i C a tsMaryrose Croniin,
Lo~na~oir .Jsji ~ ''' Toh D avis, Howar d Leroy
L t .' t, +:.a, 1 i i Avartta Kelly,Atkn-
1tib'hVy u.,V~a ' ~ Jw~,JaI,]IKietglerArthur Ray-
Lll 1 olq'* fllis Gushiing Lernen,
Carty, lVI' < < i i : MU'iI1 3Zi aarii edMrae
Charles 3. Mc~l """"' timeMead, aelyre
Mead, Richard ul ;PcVi I<teMr1' luk>aP a ul1 Nth Lnr
Paul Clarence Muri iy, :C4ur~g 't; Ejo 711
lay Nichols, Ho i'rd Wf. CO; tk', Colege ikof Lit r Ot ure, Science, and
William. Richard Pneoxt,G, li,1"red- the Arts.
crc yih] lKL~ w ,J]R~~Faki Calkins Comins, Carroll
Schreiber, 4Stu~art 1Millr { Soothz, f arles IDavidson, Henry Rosecrans
John Diedrich T1exoira, 11te2n icmes, Marion !Marjorie Hubbardl,
H. Waara, Riche rdFl r ancis Wagner, Max Joslyn Irland7, Allan Verne
Frank Joseph Ward, E rni k K i'ClLoflr Elizabeth M a y Lucas,
Weber, Kenoeh ,ler-
Webr, ennth hlgi WlCO , D'races Evelyn Mead, Clarence
Leonrd Sclel :zer Vt jOf . li ciPearson, Allen Frederick Phil-
lips , Wendell D~awley Smiith, Kith-.
Archit~z i'e IIWanra.
imYftlu'lr a QI4I!; ' . l t ' " (2* rad izate School.

Masterl of Sc ince in Engiring ,.
Frank N. Brown, Armando Di-
Giulio, Peter Johannes Merkus,
Henry Harriman Purcell.
Master of S,ien ce.
Virginia Cora Angell, John Clif-
ford Bugher, Clair Cecil Cather-
man, Tiwan Chang Chow, Jesse
Coates, Ralph Alfred Gxoppelt:, Mar-
tin1 Edward Kandelioi, Donald ;tLa-
Vei i t 1K9.L, WillimLehr pl~cifi el,
Plail William K ilhliiiaii, Stanley
John Mci c rnburg, Ge~or;ge Mitcewll
loluore, bId r t Sands Rowland~, Cla--
eniee M. 'h1'rzwell, Donald Nieliolas
Valk, Charles lerr(l Waldo, Carl
a uel wise.
M11aster of tArts.
Elsile 1Hileg arde Bauckman, Ler-:
'aine Benrnett, Louis B1erman, Amy
B tta3, May Etaflian2cliarci, HL-ny
:nond Bliss , Edith May Boice, Sue
Grundy Bonne,, George Hiubert
Bousu, Met-rill Harold Case, Chrles
IHenry Crudden, Jr., Arthur Liu-,;tn
Dt wcy, Helen Walter Dodson, lD+ro)-
3 telly 1)ow'eln, G corge Fisanie(,
Russell MVax Gilson, Zaidee l'hodr.
Carol Do0w Hedberg', Csu Ch ien
lisulDoris 'Yin Mink' Hsu, Sigrid
Christina Johnson, T o in B a r d
Jones, Alexander Han, George Paul
Lowveke, Georgene MclDonald, Anna
Elizabeth Majors, Lulu Mae Math-
ews, Beatrice Marie Hagens Miller,
Tiakehisa Miwa, Hazel Adlell Oldt,
Donald Hlerkimer Palme~r, Maud
Louise Price, Pura Fe Santillan,
Harry Schwarzen traub, Anne Laura
Sinma, Clara Belle Smallidge, Sister
Mary Blanche Steves, Rolland Clif-
ford Stewart. H ugh Clayton Tar-
rant, Cora. A. T1hompson, me
Ma.rie Thompson, Hlonor Waldo
IGaines Vance, Philip Henry Vercoe,
Pauline Ellen Zoller, Franci Leslie
Z w ickey.
Doctor of Public Hlealth.,
Adolph J. Roth.
Doctor of Science.
Canuto Guevarra Manuel, George
M. Plagens, Alden Franklin Roe.
Doctor of Philosophy.
Ned Bliss Allen, Ernest Grinnell
Almy, Oscar Leo Bockstahler, Lof-
ton V. Burge, Edward Elias, H.
Lloyd Flewelling, Marion Braxton
Geiger, Emanuel Henry Hilde-
brandt, Elva Lawton, Paul Edmond
Martin, Lawrence Preuss, Charles
William Selheiiner, Jr., Phyllis Eliz-
abeth Delf Swann, Russell Thomas,
William Vander Lugt, Henry Van
Zyl, Jr., Teuni, Vergeer, Louis Rus-
sell Weber.

Associated Press Phaoto

This picture shoes Japanese marines on guard in Shanghai's inter-
national settlement behind a sand bag barricade. The scene is identical
with conditions today as Chinese defenders and Japanese inivaders
fought over it wide front in war-torn Shanghai.

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9ct '. I''auzi 1 3V5,5t.,. 'l C 'U5t1.
Bachelor of Science inl h"I'ieerig
(l"h ysics )
Kingsley Cols'don Peck.
Franlcis IHorton .Emuso~c n.
(Aerobautical Enneei'in ,,i)
E~dwardTDonld 'in ,ri'oms
rmoseve it 'uhoeoll.
(Cheijea laEf~i.ievml ere)
Ros(-oe Rolla JF'oote, John "i dwarl
Lester, IRichard Albrhara Nipe,
Paul Arthur Snowman, Jr., Everett
Elwood Wynko:op.
(Electrical Egi~r
Frank Preston Brown}, Roger
Thomas Dillon, F'redenek cxCorbin1
Everett, Nathaniel Lamnson Fild ,Jr.,
Isadore Grodsky, Donald Arthurt
MacRae, llarechan iSingh Mann,
Orville Ba rt,adonm wSh afer, Louis
Zano if.
(meech-anica~llaLngii t' aingr)
Francis horton El+ r~on, M:arc
Murray, George Valentine Sutfin,
Theodore PRoosevc h Thoi en, Donald
Hooker William s, Ri o b ce r 1.lDort,
Wood xv :lA.
Marsh Flagg a, Donald Allan
Boyd, Wilson John a ell5, Charles
Garfield Dec-'Ver, John Scott JacQb-
sen, John H-. Morrison, Arthur Don-;
ald Tucker.
School of MusiC
Bachelor of.Mt 's-c (violin)
George COrloPoinar.

Ann Mi \iario in shaw,

I} lyman

Sdhool of Dentistry
Doctor of Dental Surgery.
Alex Harry Grossman, Eldon
Brisson.
Graduate School
Master of Arts in. Library Science.
Gayniell Wright Barksdale.
lV1aster of Arts in Municipal Ad-.
ministration.
Ching' Ytn Hwang.
jMaster of Landscape Design.
Elizabeth Revis Ralston.
Master of Science in Pharmacy.
Russell Lowell Taylor.
'Master of Science i Public Health.
Carl Leonard Anderson, Elizabeth
Parker Robinson.

TALK OVERRAP!
Will S},)al,, ortDepresion ScSes
Suniday; Prof. Rod k y toj
Talk Tonighit.
Prof. I. L. Sharfman, head of the
economics department, will give a
talk over the University broadcast-
ing station Sunday afternoon. at 5
o'clock on 'The Role of Government
in Economic Readjustment." Pro-
fessor f harfman will give thisy talk
in plac, of the oiie by Prof. Max
Hfand mani, wh ich was previously
scheduiled for this time.
Robert G. Rodkey, professor of
banking and investment, will speak
this evening at 8:30 o'clock on "The
Banking Phase of the Depression."
These talks, on the general sub-
ject of the present economic condi-
tions, given every Saturday and
Sunday, have proved to be highly
successful, said Prof. Waldo Abbot,
director of broadcasting. More
than 3000 copies of each of the first
two talks have been sent out to lis-
teners who have asked for them.
W. W. Bishop Honored
at Dinner at; League
Librarians of the. cam, pusheld a
banque t last nit lt at the T'ea gue
building in honor of Librarian Wil~--
hiam W. Dishop, who will sail Fr'i-
day, March 3, on the steamer Excel-
sor for Europe, on a sabbatical
leave of abesnee. More than 150
were present at the dinner.

Accrediting Revisioa
Appbroved by Regents
(Continued from Page 1.)
struct a curriculum- which meets
the standard:s of the Uniiversity. It
is also believed that the new sys-
teni will bring about improvements
in. academic standards bothi within
andI without the University.
To~ Use Royalty Money.
A proposal that royalties provid-
ed through the sale of liver extract
used in the treatment and cure of
pernicious anemia, a compound
perfected here at the Simpson
Memorial Institute and now~ manu-
factured by Parkse, Davis & Co., be
pla~ced in a f nd ,to further re-"
search, was al',rovcd by the Re-
gents.
The Business Women's club of
Ann Arbor gave $500. to be used in
small loans to women students over
a period of two years.' A -gift of
$750, by the National Research
council, was made to Prof. Walter
L. Badger, of the chemical engi-
neering department, to be used in
research work. An adition of $300
to the Harris Trust Fund, which
provides f',llov,, hips in the museunm
of zoology, was made by William P.
Harris, of Detroit. Dr. Lee R. Dice
of the mnuseum of zoology was given
$500 by the American Association~
for the Advanr,,cemenmt of Science toj
do research work .
Two IPANTS SPRING SUITS
$23 and up
Soit Pressed, 20c
All kinds alterations at cost
CHAS. DOCUKAS'
119 South University

MICHIGAN EDUCATORS HAVE SPECIAL
B3REAKFAST MEETING IN WASHINGTON

Alumni of Michigan cducators in
attendacnce at the meetings of the
Nation A.cl dcation Association anid
related org;anizations in Washing-
ton durin;; the past week, members
of tihe Congressional delegation
from Michigan, andl others inter-
oUt('d in the University met for a.
special Michigan breakfast Feb. 23
at the Raleigh hotel.
The 135 persons present were
presided over by Dean Jaynes B.
Edmonson of the Education school.
Superintendent Fred Jeff ers of
Painesdiale; President of the Michi-
gan Education association, made a.
short talk.
The list of guests included Con-
g ressman Michener, Congressman

Bohn and Mrs. Bohn, Congressman
Mapes and Mrs. Maps;, Congress-
mnWoodruff', Congressm;ran Wool-
cott, Congressman Clancy, Con-
gressman McLaughlin, Congress-
man Jamnes, Congressman Ketchami,
Congressman and Mrs. Hart, and
Congressman Parsons. Mark Foote,
president of the 'Washington. club,
was also a guest. Although Senator
Vandenburg was unable to be pre-
sent because of illness, Mrs. Van-
denburg attended.
The list of faculty men from the
University included a number of
prominent Education school pro-
fessors who attended the confer-
ence.

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Plent'y of Fresh Dressed Roasting or Stewing Chickens.
Fresh Fish Every Wednesday and Friday

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University of Michigan
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ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION'S

last time

8:15 tonight
comedy club

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Prima donna soprano of the Metro-
politan Opera Company will give
a recital in the Choral Union Series
in Hill Auditorium. i"
A limited number of tickets still available at the School
of Music at $1,.00, $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50 each.

1- cscZt at ionzof
Rt. Hon,

Winston Churchill
T u e s d a y ,M a r c h 1H L A IgI ' ) t U

anthony &anna
lydia mendelssohn

All seats for this lecture are reserv..
'rickets are obtinbl -a

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