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THE MICHIGAN

[LY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
n in the Bulletin Is constructive notile to all nkembers of the
Copy received at the office or the Assistant to the President until
a. m. Saturday.

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1933

No. 1061

NOTICES
President and Mrs. Ruthven will be at home to the students of the
University on Wednesday, March 1, and on Wednesday, March 8, from four
to six o'clock.
University Broadcasting-Tuesday-2 p. m. "Introducing the Art Ap-
preciation Series"-Bruce M. Donaldson, Associate Professor of Fine Arts
and Chairman of the Department. Professor Donaldson will discuss Art
Appreciation and some guides for the appreciation of pictures. (Write for
a list of pictures to be discussed on future programs and dates of lectures).
School of Education, Changes of Elections: No courses may be elected
for credit after Saturday, March 4. Any change of elections of students en-
tolled in this School must be reported at the Recorder's Office, 1437 U. Ele-
meritary School. This includes any change of sections or instructors.
Students, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: No course may
be elected for credit after the end of the third week of the semester. Sat-
urday, March 4, is therefore the last date on which new elections may be
approved. The willingness of an individual instructor to admit a student
later would not affect the operation of this rule.
Comedy Club Reception: Undergraduate women guests of Comedy Club
on Thursday evening may have one hour's late permission for the recep-
tion which follows "Three Times the Hour."
Black Quill Try Outs: Manuscripts must be submitted to Lucile An-
derson, 1236 Washtenaw by 6:00 p. m., March 3.
B'l minton- Men and Women Students: Beginning Wednesday, March
1, at 7:30 there will be mixed Badminton in Barbour Gymnasium. Rubber
soled shoes must be worn., Students need not bring partners. Beginners
wil receive coaching.
University Outing Club will meet at 1 p. m. p. n., Saturday, March 4,
'At the e.ague. l eservations must be made with Miss McCormick at the
agte.
ACADEMIC NOTICES
Make-up examination-English 177 will be held Monday, March 6, at
the English office.
Al ake-up Examination, Anthropology 31: Monday, March 6th, Room
450 Museuns.-
Geology 31 and 32: The make-up for the final examination will be
guven Wednesday, March 1, at 2:00 in Room 3055 N.S.
Aero. 6-Wind Tunnel Laboratory: Will all students enrolled in Sec-
tions I, II and III of this course kindly read the notice on the Aeronauti-
tal Engineering bulletin board before the next meeting of their class.
German Examination for Ph.D. Candidates will be held on Wednesday,
March 1, at 2 p. m. in 203 University Hall.
LECTURES
University Lecture: Captain Robert A. Bartlett, distinguished Arctic
exllorer, will speak on the subject "Along the Trail of Peary" at 4:15 p. in.,
Tuesday, February 28, in the Natural Science Auditorium. The lecture will
be illustrated with six reels of moving pictures. The public is invited.
University Lectule: Professor Gaetano Salvemini, formerly of the Uni-
versty of Florence, and visiting professor at Yale University, will speak
at 4:15 p. rd., Wednesday, March 1, in the Natural Science Auditorium on
the subject "Florence In the Time of Dante." The public is invited,
Public Lecture: Mrs. Ruth Moffett of Chicago, will give a lecture at the
Mlchigan League Building this evening at 8:00 o'clock, on the subject "How
can One Distinguish the Real Teacher of Humanity." Sponsored by the
gaha'i Study Group and the public is invited.
EVENTS TODAY
Physics Colloquium: Dr. J. S. Owens will talk on "Quantitative Analy-
sts of Solution by Spectroscopic Methods," at 4:15, in Room 1041,
Bast Physics Building. All interested are cordially invited to attend.
Botanical Journal Club meets at 7:30 p. m. in Room 1139 N.S. Papers
by Dr. Taylor, Miss Wu, Mr- Jao, Miss Cooke, and Miss Nissen. All inter-
ested are cordially invited.
Economics Club: Professor M. H. Waterman will speak on "The Future
for the Public Utility Holding Company" at 7:45 p. in., in Room 302 Michi-
gan UnIon. Members of the faculty, graduate students, and others inter-
ested are invited.
Attention of all members of the Department of Naval Architecture and
M'i arine Engineering and of any others interested is called to a special open
meeting of the Quarterdeck Society to be held in Room 203, Engineering
Anner at 7:30 p. m, Dean Sadler will speak and moving pictures will be
shdwn.
Men's Physical Education Club: Meeting Michigan Union 7:30.
Michigan Interpretive Arts: Meeting at 7:30 p. in., Room 302 Mason
yHall. Several students will give readings selected from modern English and
Aimerican poetry.

International Relations Club meets this evening in the Political Science
Seminar Room, 2036 A.H, The Philippine Question will be discussed.

Michigan To Show
'Another Language'
A one-night performance of the
stage hit, "Another Language," will
be given Monday night, 'March 6, at
the Michigan Theatre, offlcials of the
Butterfield Theatre Corporation an-
nounced yesterday.
The show is now being presented to
record crowds at the Bonstelle Civic
Theatre in Detroit, and Robert Hen-
derson, director there, states that the
presentation in Ann Arbor will be the
same as the one in Detroit.
Many of the actors in the drama,
including Patricia Collinge, Lester
Vail, and Ainsworth Arnold are
known to Ann .Arbor theatregoers.
"Another Language" opened incon-
spicuouslyin New York over a year
ago. Ii, received unusual praise from{
critics and played for 12 months.
Critics rated it as one of the three
or four best dramas of the 1932
season.
Aeorial Ro k Is
Moved Across Walk
The huge memorial rock on the
plot of ground at the intersection of
Hill and Washtenaw Avenues has
been moved across the sidewalk, a
total distance of some twenty feet,
in the last two months. The stone,
which commemorates the George
Washington Bi-Centenial Celebra-
tion of last year, has been in the
process of moving since it was
brought from the county gravel pit
last December.
Sigma Delta Chii: Regular lunch-
eon meeting, 12:15 p in., the Union.
Black Quill: Meets at 3:00 p. I. at.
Martha Cook. All members bring
manuscripts.
Adelphi House of Representatives:
Regular meeting today, fourth floor
Angell Hall. Two members will de-
bate on the question of the Varsity
Debating Team for next semester,
which is concerned with limiting the
number of students entering colleges.
Tryouts for membership will be held
after the meeting. Visitors are wel-
come.
Christian S c i e n c e Organization
meets at eight o'clock this evening in
the chapel of the Michigan League
building. All faculty and students
interested are invited to attend.
Luncheon for Graduate Students in
Russian Tea Room of Michigan
League at 12:15 p. ni. Students can
leave in time for one o'clock classes.
Plans for semester will be discussed.
Tau Beta Pi: Regular dinner meet-
ing at 6:15 at Michigan Union. Any-
one unable to attend should call the
secretary.
Beginners Class in Socia Dancing
will meet at 7:30 p. in., Michigan
League Ballroom.
Chorus Rehearsals of Junior Girls
Play: Meeting Today. 3:30-Waltz
Group. 4:30-Male Chorus. 7:30-
Stenographers Group. 8:30-Russian
Chorus, Barbour Gymnasium.
Book shelf and Stage Section of
the Faculty Women's Club will meet
with Mrs. Geo. R. Moore, 2105 Mel-
rose at 2:45 p.im.
COMING EVENTS
Geological and Geographical Jour-
nal Club: The Club will meet Thurs-
day, March 2, in Room 2054 N.S. at
8:00 p. m. Program: Prof. E. C. Case.
The Problem of the Shinarump Cong-
lomerate, . and Prof. R. Hall, The
Hinokawa Plain. All interested are

cordially invited to attend.
LECTURE TrolAY
Mrs. Robert Lee vioffet of Chicago
will speak on "The Cause of the Rise
and Fall of Civilizations" at 8 p. m.
in the Women's League Bldg. The
public is invited.

Japan Starts Campaign To Annex Chinese Province

Dr. John A. Lapp
Will Speak Today
"Does the United States have Na-
tional Security?" is the subject
which Dr. John A. Lapp, author, lec-
turer, and former professor of socio-
logy at Marquette University has
chosen for his seventh lecture to be
delivered at 8 p. m., today in Natural
Science Auditorium.
Dr. Lapp was at one time president
of the National Conference of So-
cial Work and a director of the so-
cial action department of the Na-
tional Catholic Welfare Conference.
This is the seventh of the series of
lectures sponsored by the League for
Industrial Democracy.
Presents Hare Book On
Antiquities To Library
Vernon F. Hillery, '25L., of Fort
Worth, Texas, in a letter to Dr. Frank
E. Robbins, assistant to the Presi-
dent, has written that he is sending
as a gift to the General Library a
rare copy of a book entitled "Phoen-
ician and Roman Antiquities in the
Islandis of Malta," by A. A. Carnana,
D.D., of1- Malta. The book deals with
the state of preservation of the an-
tiquities and suggests better methods
for their preservation. It was printed
in 1882.
HOW ABOUT YOU, PROF?
HANOVER, N. H., Feb. 27.-A
Dartmouth professor recently made
the statementthat college students
l are superior in mentality to Mont-
Ig9olian idiots.

-Associated Press Photo
Following ultimatums demanding that China withdraw her troops from Jehol province and prelim-
inary clashes along the border, Japan has started her campaign to annex the Chinese province to the Japan-
ese-sponsored state of Manchukuo. The upper picture shows Jehol City, objective of the Japanese. Below
are Japanese veterans marching through the streets of Shanhaikwan, Chinese city recently captured by the
Mikado's troops. At right is Major-General Yoshimichi Suzuki, Japanese commander, and an aide following
troop movements.

Iems From Othcer Campuses

CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

SM T' BUREAU TESTS GRAIN ,
MORGANTOWN, W. Va., Feb. 27.,
-A smut bureau has' been estab-i
lished at the University of West Vir-
ginia. It is not a campbs humorous
publication or a censorship depart-
rme'nt. The bureau has been estab-
lished on the university experiment
farm by order of the U. S. Depart-
ment of Agriculture to investigates
this kind of grain disease.
IKRESIIMEN SCHOLARSHIP HIGH
URBANA, Ill, Feb. 27.-(Big Ten)
-Announcements issued last week
by the dean's office at the University
of Illinois show that five and one-;
half per cent of the freshmen men
h ye earned membership in Phi Eta
Sigma, national freshman honor so- .
ciety during their first semester at
11Minois. The number is the largest
since the founding of the Illinois
chapter in 1922.
iOC KETDfLOMAS AT DEPAUW
GREE1C A TLE, Ind., Feb. 27.-
The traditional rolled sheepskin sig-
1ifi :.ompletion of a college course
is' the victim of a new economy plan
t DcPaiuw. A pocket-size diploma in
a leather case will replace it.
McGILL HOLDS CARNIVAL
TORONTO, Ont., Feb. 27. - Ger-
man, French and Spanish clubs and
the English Literature society of Mc-
Gill University are sponsoring an in-
ternational carnival to be held Feb.
27 at the Teutonic club here.
Those attending will be attired in.,
costumes representative of various
countries and three skits will be
given during the evening.
TECH STUDENTS IN BUSINESS
RUSTON, La., Feb. 27.-Louisiana
Tech students have contrived an-
other means of dc4'4 ig expenses.
Their latest "racket" is a bureau of
information operated by students.
When some curious soul telephones
[ the bureau to ask a bit of informa-
tion, he is greeted vdithan advertise-
ment of a Ruston firmand then the
question is answered. 'he questions
asked relate to anyting from the
correct time to the color of Napo-
leon's hair, it was said.' Thus infor-
mation is given, business firms are
advertised, and the ,students have
found a means to pay their expenses.

were students. It willbenecessary to
call some of these students to the
grand jury soon, at which time their
names will be disclosed.
Not only the names of men stu-
dents but also those of university
professors, doctors, and attorneys
were found in the files. Ten sorority
girls were also listed.
GETTING WORSE ALL THE TIME
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Feb. 27.-
(Big Ten)-Diogenes now can throw
his lantern away! Two honest men
have been found.
After a class at the University of
Indiana a student came up to the
professor and without a moment's
hesitation asked, "Professor, does
this class get any more interesting,
or is it this dry all the way
through?"
"Well, it gets worse all the time,"
the professor replied.
STUDENTS TURN WAITERS
CHICAGO, Feb. 27.-(Big Ten)-
The approaching World's Fair is
proving to be a boon to the many
needy students at the University of
Chicago who were facing a profitlessI
summer. The board of vocational.
guidance is placing a number of theseE
men as waiters in the Fair restau-
rants, which begin operation June 1.
THREE MEALS-THREE CENTS
NORMAN, Okla., Feb. 27.-In 1940,
a meal will cost exactly one cent, if
the present decline in the price of
board continues, according to statis-]
tics compiled by the Oklahoma Uni-;
versity.

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The above 'rates are for 7% point type.
LOST
GREEN MOORE fountain pen, Feb.
22, between League and Division
St. Return to Randel, 414 S. Di-
vision.
LOST-Slide rule on Friday. Finder
please call Asgar, 3823. 332
LOST--Brownish Tiger cat with
white nose, throat and feet, from
1106 'Willard. Phone 2-1196.
329
FOR SALE

STUDENT -- And family washing
careful work at lowest prices. Ph.
3006. 6c
TYPING
TYPING -- Typing carefully done.
V e - y moderate rates. 0. K.
Thacher. Phone 6734. lOc
TYPING-Notes, papers, and Grad.
theses. Clyde Heckart, 3423. 35c
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Either single or double
room. Very reasonable. 521 S. Di-
vision.Phone 8452. 330
SITUATIONS WANTED
STUDENT-Any kind of work by ex-
perienced electrician and me-
charic. Has had commercial
course. Typing and short-hand
writer. Experienced in carpenter-
ing, cooking, painting, waiting,
Write Box 13, Michigan Daily or
Phone 7444. 326
NOTICE
FIRST CLASS-Woman cook. Best,
of references. Hotels and fraternity
experience. After March 1st. Write
Box 14A. 303
MONEY-You can always use extra
money! We Pay the highest prices
for men's old and new suits and
overcoats. Cash for your old gold.
Chicago Buyers. Phone Ann Arbor,
4306. 34c
HAVE-Your snap shots developed
at Francisco Boyce. 719 N. Univer-
sity. Here fine work is the tradi-
tion. 29c

HOW ABOUT THE PROFESSOR?
NORMAN, Okla., Feb. 27.--Hos-
pitals and hospitality do not work
together at the University of Missis-
sippi, according to a recent report.
The report stated that 90 students
and an English professor were on the
list of people who had not paid for
meals eaten while in the university
hospital. All the students were pro-
hibited from attending classes until
these sums were paid.
HE MAKES US FAINT, TOO
NEW YORK, Feb. 27.-The editors
of the Hunter College Bulletin are
looking for some unemotional male
reporters. When Rudy Vallee, playing
at a New York theatre, granted the
Bulletin an interview, the "sob-sis-
ter" assigned to .the role took his out-
stretched hand-and fainted.

-FINANCE CO.-Is selling late model
cars for balance due, 311 W. Huron,
2-2001. Open evenings. 19c 'I
PERSONAL
PERSONAL-To whom it may con-
cern. V. D. Johnson proved con-
clusively last Saturday night, his
stomach to have the qualities of'
cast iron. 331
LAUNDRIES
LAUNDRY -Soft water. 2-1044.

rW UE 1THI
TODAY - WEDNESDAY
#PENCER TRACY
"ME & MY GA L"
Comedy - Novelty - Song
THURSDAY - FRIDAY
WI. HAINES in
"FAST L IF E"
News - Novelty - Comedy
MICHIGAN

Forestry Club: Meeting at 7:30 in 2039 N.S. Dr. M. R. Gilmore, of the
Department of Anthropology, will speak on "Some Native American Food
Plants."
Alpha Nu debating society will meet at 7:30 p. m. in 4003 Angell Hall.
The Varsity teams will debate the question of higher requirements for col-
leges. Tryout speeches will be heard before the meeting. All interested
are invited.
Deutscher Zirkel: Meeting at 8:30 p. m., Michigan League. Members
and other students who are interested in the production of a short play in
German are invited to try-out for parts.
Pi Lambda Theta: Invitation Tea from 4:00 to 6:00 in the Library of
the Elementary School.

EVENTS TODAY
"The Astonishing Change in the I
Direction of Evolution" is the subject'
of an unusual lecture to be given by
Mrs. Robert Lee Moffett, of Chicago,'
international lecturer, writer and
teacher, at 4:15 Tuesday afternoon,
in Room 231, Angell Hall. This lec-
ture is illustrated by an unusual
chart. You cannot afford to miss it.1
AlI welcome. No Collection.

DRY AGENTS VISIT WISCONSIN
MADISON, Wis., Feb. 27.-(Big
Ten) --Many of the most prominent
people on the University of Wiscon-
sin campus have been worried since
Federal agents raided six local speak-
easies the other night.
Prohibition officers revealed after
the raid that they had found a file
at one of the resorts, containing a
list of patrons of whom a majority

Towels free. Socks darned. 13c
WASHING-And ironing. Called for
and delivered. Silks and woolens
guaranteed satisfactory. 2-3478.
611 Hoover. 158c

NOW SHOWING

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pr iesen ts
DR. PERCY LINWOOD URBAN D.D.
One oj New I ari en's Ba/dwin Lecturers'

MYSTERY
and
COMEDY
in Valentine Davies'
"Three Times
the Hour"

DoneHm
Wrong".
with
MAE WEST
Cary Grant Owen Moore

LAST TIMES TODAY KARLOFF in "THE MUMMY"
MAJESTIC Tomorrow
'Extra
W.+C. Fields
Comedy
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MARCH '1st to MARCH 5th

A Presentation of
Comedy Club

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"CHALK IT UP"
Willie Hoppe Reel

March 2, 3, 4
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN
THEATRE

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