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Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
University- Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President until
3-30, 11:30 a. mn. Saturday.

Hillel Foundation services at 11:15 a. m. in the League Chapel. Rabbi Cowl
Elmer Berger of Pontiac will speak on "A Modern Conception of Prayer." Jane W ill
Liberal Students Union: Prof. C. D. LaRue will speak on "Depression Play H er e In
-1950." Untarian church, 7:30 o'clock.
Mr. Marley's topic for the morning church services will b- "Bernard Dra ma Festiv
Shaw-The Black Girl, and Life Questing."

jailed By Soviet



SUNDAY, APRIL 23, 1933-

No. 1451

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University Loan Committee: The Loan Committee will meet on Tues-
day, April 25, at 1:30 p. in., in Room 2, University Hall. Students who have
pled applications with the Office of the Dean of Students should call at
that office for an appointment with the Committee.
J. A. Bursley, Chairman
Biological Station: A number of places still remain for students at the
Biological Station this summer. Applications should be made soon in order
that the applicant will not be disappointed. For an application blank and
information coner nng the Sa ion, call at the office of the Director, 1119
Natural Science Building, fernoon after 3:30.
George R. LaRue, Director
Forestry Nss. ubls Proces o William G. Vinal, of Western Reserve
University, will sea af,'4c . cO('l assembly of the students of the school
of Forestry and Consci x at o1'1 on the subject of "Appreciating the Outdoors"
at 11:00 a. in., Tue d "Ail 25, in Room 2054, Natural Science Building.
All forestry students are expected to attend and pr-foresters and others
who are interested are invited. S. T. Dana
University Women: The Michigan League library is open all day and
evening as a study hall. Anyone wishing books, go to Miss McCormick's
Faculty members: A tango class is being organized for faculty members.
6 lessons for $2.00. Class will meet Tuesdays and Thursday, from 7 p. m.
to 8 p. m. For further information call Miss McCormick, Michigan League.
Archery: All men interested in slkoting in an exhibition match May
12, Spring Homecoming Day, report to R. W. Webster, Yost Field House,
9:00 a. in. today.
Senior Engineers: Orders for caps and gowns will be taken Tuesday
and Wednesday from 9 to 3 at the desk on the second floor of the West
Engineering building. Class dues receipts must be presented.
Actuarial Examinations: Actuarial Examinations on Monday, April 24,
will be held in Room 3201 Angell Hall at 9 a. m. and 1:0 p. m.
University Lecture (Illustrated): Dr. William G. Vinal will speak
on the topic "Nature Education in Schools" in the University High School
Auditorium at 4:10, Tuesday, April 25.
Organ Recital: Palmer Christian, University organist, will give the
following program in Hill Auditorium, Wednesday, April 26, at 4:15 o'clock
to which the general public with the exception of small children is invited:
Andriessen: Choral; Karg-Elert: Benediction; Franck: Fantasie in A;
Maquaire: Symphony No. 1, for Organ, Allegro, Andante, Scherzo, Finale;
Bossi: Hora Mystica; Schumann: Sketch in D flat; Held: Cradle Song;
Bonnet: Caprice Heroique.
Graduation Recital: Harold Gelman, Pianist, will give the following
raduation recital, Wednesday evening, April 26, at 8:15 o'clock in the
School of Music Auditorium. The general public with the exception of
small children is invited:
Franck: Prelude, Fugue and Variation; Beethoven: Sonata, Op. 13
Pa(he' tique) Grave; Allegro Molto e con Brio, Adagio Cantabile, Allegro;
Schumann: Papillons; Chopin: Nocturne, G minor, Op. 37, No. 1; Schubert:
Imprumptu, A flat major, Op. 90; Ireland: The Island Spell; Poulenc: Valse
in'C major; Movement Perpetuel; Dohnanyi: Molto Vivace (Ruralia Hun-
Alpha Epsilon Mu: The Sunday meeting will be held in the Union in-
stead of at the League, 5:30 p. in. We are voting on new members and mak-
ing final plans for the party. Please be present..
Scalp and Blade meeting at 4:30.
Harris Hall: Regular student supper at 6:15 p. m. The program for
the evening will begin at 7:00 p. m. and Dean S. T. Dana of the Forestry
Department will speak on "The Problem of Science in the Community."
St. Andrew's Church: Services of worship today are: 8:00 a. m. The
holy Communion, 9:30 a. m. Church School, 11:00 a. m. Kindergarten, 11:00
a. m. Morning Pm ayer mrd ron by the Reverend Henry Lewis. The choir
will repeat the Easter m.u ste e eleven o'clock service and will sing the
"Hallelujah Chu us' ft un --o >i s Messiah for the anthem.

Michigan Socialist Club: There will be a discussion by Charles Orr, (Continued from Page 1)
graduate student in Economics, of "Marx on the Busine-ss Cycle and Im- rett. "Another Language" is being
perialism," in the Union at 7:30 p. rym. The public is invited. presented again in New York after
a brief Eastern tour, and is under-
Engineering Counil meeting at 5:00 p. m. at the Michigan Union. All stood to be one of the chief con-
members must be Present. tenders for this year's award of the
------- Pulitzer prize.
COMING EVENTS "Another Language" will be fol-
Romance Journal Club will meet Monday, April 24, at 4:10 in R.L. 108. lowed by "Springtime for Henry,"
Mr. T. A. McGuire will speak on "The Role of Women in the Chansons de with Henry Hull, star of the New
Gestes," and Professor Ehrhard, on "Problems of Modern French Philo- York production of the play, Violet
logy." Graduate students and others interested are cordially invited. Heming, Tom Powers and Rose Ho-
bart. On Monday and Tuesday
Botanical Journal Club will meet Tuesday, April 25, at 7:30 p.m. indnc-s mg, will be presented intwo
Room 1139 N.S. Papers by Dr. LaRue, Ralph Bennett, Margaret Daly, dance recitals. Mis Enters will have
Glissel Klein, Mae MacNeill, and F. A. Post. All interested are cordially different numbers for each program.
invited. On Thursday, June 1, Noel Cow-
---------- ard's current New York success, "De-
Physics Colloquiumn: Dr. E. J. Abbott will talk on "Calibration of Con- sign for Living," will be given for
denser Transmittters," at 4:15 p. m. Tuesday, in Room 1041, East Psysics seven performances with Violet Hem-
Building. All interested are cordially invited to attend. ing, Geoffrey Kerr and Tom Powers
in the leading roles. The Ann Arbor
A. 1 E. E.: The American Institute of Electrical Engineers (Student production of "Design for Living"
Branch), in co-operation with the Electrical Engineering Dept. will meet will be the first outside of New York,
Monday, April 24, at 7:30 p. m. in Room 302 Michigan Union. Refreshments permission from Mr. Coward to Rob-
will be served. terson . C
ert Henderson.
Dr. Gregory Timoshenko will speak on "The Theory of the Electric "Camille" Opens Wednesday
Arc and Its Application to Circuit Breakers." All E.E. students are invited. ; At the Wednesday' matinee andj


Forum Will Be
-eld In League
The first tangible movement to-
ward continuation of the student in-
terest groups of the, Spring Parley
will be held as a student-faculty
forum at 7:30 p. m. today at the
The forum will be a sequel to the
Spring Parley interest group on vo-
cations and special education. The
discussion at the forum will follow
the pattern of the interest groups, in
which students enter into inforial
discourse with some faculty repre-
sentative over problems related to
the subject under consideration by
the group.
Prof. Arthur D. Moore of the elec-
trical engineering department of the
school of engineering will neet with
the group tonight. A student chair-
man will be chosen at the meeting,
sponsors of the forum announced
A message $was received recently
from Max Demorest, '34, of the Uni-
versity Expedition in Greenand
which stated that all members of the
Expedition are well and that the
work is progressing satisfactorily:


-Associated Press Photo
Leslie C. Thornton, one of six Brit-
ish engineers tried in Moscow on
charges of espionage, bribery and
sabotage, was sentenced to three
years in prison.


Annual French Play: Moliere's "Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme" will be
presented by members of the Cercle Francais in the Laboratory Theatre.
Thursday, April 27, at 8:15.
The general public is cordially invited: tickets on sale Wednesday and
Thursday at Wahr's bookstore for 50 cents. Cerele membership tickets will
be accepted as 25 cents towards the purchase price of a seat.
Luncheon for Graduate Students on Tuesday, April 25, at 12:15 in the
Russian Tea Room, Michigan League Building. Professor Joseph Hayden,
,f the Political Science Department, will be the speaker.
Mens Physical Education Club: Meeting Tuesday, 7:30 p. m., Michigan
Sigma Delta Chi: Initiation of fall pledges at 4 p. m. Wednesday at
the Union. Meeting with Franklin M. Reck, chairman of the National Exe-
cutive Council, at 4 p. m. Thursday at the Union. A full attendance at both
meetings is requested.
Adelphi House of Representatives regular meeting Tuesday, April 25,1
fourth floor Angell Hall at 7:30. Prof. J. P. Dawson, of the Law School,
will speak on "International Peace Machinery." Visitors are welcome.
International Relations Club will meet Tuesday at 8 p. m., Political Sci-
ence Seminar Room, 2036 A.H. Anyone interested in international affairs
is cordially invited. Undergraduates are particularly urged to attend.
Hindustan Club will present, SALITRI, or LOVE CONQUERS DEATH,
a five thousand years old play, to the members and friends of the Cosmo-
politan club, on Saturday, April 29, at 8 p. m. in Lane Hall.
Faculty Women's Club: The annual meeting and luncheon will be
held Thursday, April 27, at one o'clock in the ballroom of the Michigan
Monday Evening Drama Section of the Faculty Women's Club will
meet tomorrow evening at 7:45 o'clock with Mrs. John Bugher, 106 Pleas-
ant Place.
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evening performances, June 7, Jane
Cowl and Rollo Peters will open in
"Camille," which Miss Cowl has al-
ready played on the west coast pre-
paratory to its New York production
next winter. Miss Cowl is regarded
as one of the leading stars of the
American theatre, her recent suc-
cesses including "Smilin' Through,"
"The Road to Rome," "Romeo and
Juliet," which she played for three
seasons with Mr. Peters, "Twelfth
Night" and "Art and Mrs. Bottle."
Miss Cowl's second production,
"Twelfth Night," will open Tuesday
night, June 13, playing in repertory
schedule throughout the Commence-
ment and Alumni College weeks that
conclude the season. Miss Cowl's in-
ter 4retation of Viola in "~Twelfth
Night" is said to be finest perform-
ance of the role in this generation
of artists. Tom Powers will be cast
as Malvolio. A l t e r n a t i n g with
"Twelfth Night," Violet Kemble-
Cooper will appear in "The Mad
Hopes," in which she was starred
this winter in New York. Miss Cooper
has just scored an outstanding suc-
cess in the film, "Our Betters," op-
posite Constance Bennett.
Tickets Now On Sale
Season tickets for the Dramatic
Season are now on sale at the Alum-
nae Council office on the first floor
of the Michigan League Building
daily, except Sunday, from 10 a. m.
to 5 p. m. Even before the list of
plays and players was announced, it
is reported that there has been an
unusually heavy demand for season
Before moving to Ann Arbor's'
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, the fes-
tival company will present two per-
formances each of "There's Always
Juliet" and "Another Language" at
the Palace Theatre, Toledo, under
the management of the Toledo Town
Hall Series. On Thursday and Fri-
day, May 18 and 19, Violet Heming
and Tom Powers will appear in
"There's Always Juliet"; and on Sat-
urday matinee and night, May 20,
Tom Powers will play in "Another


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10:30--Morum - i, -Theme, "From Sheep-herd
5:30-Fellowship u and Supper.
6:30-Student kForum. Leader, Dr. H. K. Lo. Topic,
Christ in Present Day China."

to Shepherd."
"The Place of

A student at Louisiana State Uni-
versity was convicted of criminal libel
for his manner of editing the campus
scandal sheet. He was pardoned
from a one-year sentence after serv-
ing a few days in jail.
"Bluffing" is the title of one of the
courses offered at the University of
Washington in the department of
English and history. The belief in
back of this is that everyone must
learn to bluff some time in his life
and he might as well learn in col-
lege that the "A" student gets his
average because he knows how.
Cots are found in one of the class-
rooms at the University of Texas be-
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utes each time the class meets.
At the University of Maine the
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It seems that the sophs had raided
the frosh dormitories at night and
with tear bombs drove the weeping

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days prior to the annual Sophomore
Prof. Then they waylaid the second
year men, shaved their hair, and
painted the freshman class numerals
in green paint on the sophmoric
A "widow's club" has been formed
by women at Northwestern Univer-
sity whose sweethearts do not at-
tend the school. All members wear
yellow ribbons to signify that they
do not care to have dates.
Shorts from here and there-The
U. C. L. A. student who drove George
Bernard Shaw from his plane to
town summed up the situation when
he said, "I'll be darned if Itcan re-
member one thing he said that was
funny" . . . At Lincoln Memorial
University a professor was hazed by
mistake by upperclassmen . . . Foot-
ball was abolished this year at Long
Island University in favor of horse-
shoe pitching

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April 27, 28, 29 - Mendelssohn Theatre


Spring Parley Interest Groups: The group that wishes to discuss Voca-
tions and Special Education with Prof. A. D. Moore will meet in the League
at 7:30. Anyone interested is invited to attend.
Congregational Student Fellowship: Social half-hour at 5:30. Supper
at 6. Following the supper Prof. J. Stuart Lathers, head of the department
of speech at Michigan State Normal College, will read J. M. Barrie's play,
"The Twelve Pound Look."
Baptist Students: 10:45 a. in. Dr. D. C. Holtom, of Tokio, Japan,
will speak on "The Meeting of East and West." At 6:00 p. m. at
Guild House, Dr. Holtom will discuss "The Moral and Religious Training
of Japanese Youth." Dr. Holtom is professor of the history of religions
at Kwanto Gakuin, Tokio.
Lutheran Students: Reverend Thomas Wilson, a Detroit pastor, will
address the club on the topic of "The Christ of the Cross," Sunday evening,
in the Zion Parish Hall, corner of Washington Street and Fifth Avenue.
The Discussion Group will not meet this Sunday. Social Half-hour at 5:30;
Supper at 6:00; and Speaker at 6:30.

1:O TO 11 :00 P.M.
Now Playing!






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Tom Powers, Rose Hobart,
Violet Heming, Henry Hull,
Angna nters, Geoffrey Kerr,
Violet Kemble-Cooper, Edith
Barret, and Miss Jane Cowl

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