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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, OCT. 16, 1932

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the C
University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President until2
3:30 11:30 a. m. Saturday.
VOL. XLIII SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1932 No. 18
NOTICES
Faculty Concert: Laura Littlefield, Soprano; Wassily Besekirsky, Vio-
linist; Hanns Pick, cellist; Joseph Brinkman, Pianist; and Mabel Ross
Rhead, accompanist, will be the performers at the faculty concert this af-
ternoon at 4:15 o'clock in Hill Auditorium. No admission charge. The pub-T
lic is requested to be seated on time and to refrain from bringing small
children.
Twilight Organ Recital: Palmer Christian, University organist, will
give the following recital, Wednesday, October 19, at 4:15 o'clock in Hill
Auditorium, to which the general public, with the exception of small chil-
dren is invited: Hanff: "Ein Feste Burg ist unser Gott"; Bach: "Ich ruf'
zu dir, Herr Christ"; Brahms: "O welt, ich muss dich lassen"; Mendelssohn:
Allegro moderato e serioso (Conata 1); Shumann: Sketch in D flat; Liszt:
Prelude and Fugue in B A C H; Wagner: Prelude to "Lohengrin"; Wagner:
Traume (A Study for "Tristan and Isolde"); Wagner: Procession of the
Mastersingers ("Die Meistersinger").;
The Extnsion ivison Offers Introductory Course in English Litera-
tire: Ti response to numerous requests from teachers and University em-3
ployees, the Extension Division has arranged to have Professor Paul Mues-
c e orga an introductory class in English Literature. This class will
nee for the se-ond time on Monday, October 17 at 7 p. m. in Room 2235
Anngel HallEnglish 31 is an introductory course and serves as a prere-
oui tefor the moe advanced courses in the English Department. Selec-
tions frm Milton, Swift, Pope, Wordsworth, Emerson, and Browning will
be discusedfully in class. The aim of this course is to stimulate in every
way possibalthe student's appreciation of literary masterpices. This course
off e sy fvo hourscredit. tudents regularly enrolled on the Campus are not
elig;ible.
Chnra Unon Concerts: Tickets for the entire series or for individual
c obis iniay now be purchased "over the counter' at the office of the
School of Music, Maynard Street. Season tickets are $6.00, $8.00, $10.00
and $12.00 each and tickets for individual concerts, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 and
$2.50 each._
Notice to Freshmen: Those students who have not yet taken one or
more of the three Psychological tests required of all entering freshmen will
be expected to make up these examinations on Friday, Saturday, and Mon-
day, October 14, 15 and 17, in Room 407, Mason Hall.
Those who missed the English examination should report at 1:00 p. m.
Friday, October 14. Those who missed the Algebra examination should
report at 9:00 a. m. Saturday, October 15. Those who missed the Psycho-
logical examination should report on Monday, October 17, at 1:00 p. m.
These examinations take precedence over all other appointments in-
cluding class work. Be on time. Ira M. Smith, Registrar
To Deans, Directors, Department Heads and Others Responsible for
Payrolls: Kindly call at the Business Office to approve payrolls for October
31. This should be done not later than October 20.
Edna M. Geiger, Payroll Clerk
Phi Beta Kappa: The local Chapter is anxious to have a complete list
of all members of Phi Beta Kappa residing in Ann Arbor. Any newcomer
who has been elected to membership by another Chapter, or any resident
who has not been receiving the notices of the Annual Meetings is urged to
communicate with the local Secretary by Campus Service or by the U. S.
Mail giving his name, address and the name of the Chapter to which he
was elected with the year of his election.
O. F. Butler, Secretary.
3233 Angell Hall
Sunday Library Service: On all Sundays from October to June, except
during holiday periods, the Main Reading Room and the Periodical Room
of the General Library are kept open from 2:00 p. m. to 9:00 p. m.
Books from other parts of the building which are needed for Sunday
use will be made available in the Main Reading Room if request is made
on Saturday to an attendant in the reading room where the book is usually
shelved.
Graduate School Students: Regularly enrolled graduate students, who
hold the rank of Instructor, or above, at another institution, are asked to
leave their names at the office of the Graduate School, 1014 Angell Hall, at
their earliest convenience. This applies only to married students.
G. Carl Huber, Dean
Junior Girls' Play Manuscripts: Because of the interference of rushing,
the date for the submission of Junior Girls' Play manuscripts will be held
over until Monday, October 17, at 5 o'clock. The name of the play and the
name and address of the author must be contained in a sealed envelope,

"Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg";
Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 5 in E
minor, Op. 64; I. Andante; II. An-
dante; II cantabile, con alcuna licen-
za; III. Valse (Allegro moderato; IV.
Finale: Andante maestoso: Alegro
vivace.
My group in English 297 will meet
Robert Frost Monday evening at the
Union on the Terrace at 8:00 p. m.
Students with M.S. ready to hand in
may make appointments with me
Monday afternoon. R. W. Cowden
LECTURES
University Lecture: Robert Frost
will give a university lecture at the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre on Tues-
day, October 18th, at 4:15 p. m. Pub-
lic invited,
University Lecture: Dr. James G.
Vail, of the Philadelphia Quartz
Company, will lecture under the joint
auspices of the University and the
American Chemical Society on the
subject "Silicates as Industrial Deter-
gents," Thursday, October 20, 4:15 p.
n., Room 303 ChemistryBuilding.
The public is cordially' invited.
Ferdinand N. Menefee, Professor of
Engineering Mechanics, will lecture
Thursday, Oct. 20th at 4:15 on "Re-
ligion-Science" in Natural Science
Auditorium. This is the first of a ser-
ies of lectures on The Religion-Sci-
ence of the Future, sponsored by the
Tolstoy League.
EVENTS TODAY
Congregational Student Fellowship:
Rabbi Bernard Heller will speak at
the Fellowship meeting this evening
on "Jesus, the Jew." Preceding the
lecture, which comes at 6:30, a twen-
ty cent supper will be served. An
orchestra of fourteen pieces, under
the leadership of J. Christian Pfohl,
will play several selections.
St. Andrew's Church: Services of
worship 8:00 a, m. The Holy Com-
munion, 9:30 a. in. Church School,
Kindergarten at 11:00 a. m., 11:00 a.
in. Morning Prayer and sermon by
the Reverend Henry Lewis.
Harris Hall: There will be a recep-
tion and tea for all new students at
the hall this evening from five to
seven.
Wesley Hall: Sunday, 6:30, Prof
Brumm of the journalistic depart-
ment of the university is presenting
"Standards of Living." Dr. Blake-
man is taking charge of the gradu-
ate forum.
9:30 a. im. Prof. del Toro is to take
charge of the class of freshmen witl
the topic "American and Europear
Christianity." Dr. Blakeman is lead-
ing the upper classmen in "Personal-
ity and Religion."
Dr. Frederick B. Fisher is takin
charge of both the morning and eve-
ning services. "Falling in love with
life," is the topic for the morning
and in the evening he will speak or
"Versailles."
Baptist Guild, Sunday Noon, Guilk
House. Class study in Christian Eth-
ics. At 6:00 p. in. Rev. Howard R
Chapman will give an address or
"Roger Williams."
The Student Lutheran Club wil
hold its regular Sunday evening
meeting and fellowship at the Zior
Lutheran Parish Hall, Washingtor
Street at Fifth Avenue. Supper i
served at 5:30 o'clock after whic

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will be a student discussion on "What
To Believe About the Bible."
Liberal Students Union: Mr. Eu-
gene Schafarman of the medical.
school will speak on The Student
Congress Against War, to be held in
Chicago during the Christmas vaca-
tion. Unitarian church, Sunday, 7:301
o'clock.7
Tryouts For Hillel Players winter
production please report to Hillel
Foundation at 7:30 p, mt. Sunday,
October 16.'
Freshman Literary Students: All
non-organized Freshman students
interested in the formation of an In-
dependent Party are requested to at-
tend a meeting to be held in the Up-
per Room of Lane Hall Sunday af-
ternoon 4:00-5:00, Oct. 16.
Russian Student Club of University
of Michigan invites all Russian Stu-
dents and members of the Faculty
with their families to the evening
party to be held at 7:30, Sunday, Oc-
tober 16 at Lane Hall.
COMING EVENTS
Choral Union and Oratorical Lee-
ture Ushers: The following men
please report to M. H. Waterman in
Room 206 Tappan Hall between 5:00
and 5:30 p. m., Monday, October 17
for Choral Union and Oratorical Lec-
ture usher assignments.
A. J. Anderson, Arvid Andersen, T.
C. Anthony, W. P. Barnes, R. C. Be-
dell, Aaron Beser, Walter Bury, R. N.
DeJong, C. A. DeLine, C. M. Dixon,

G. S. Downey, H. P. Easton, C. B.
Ellis, G. Harlowe Evans, M. H. Filson,<
H. T. Fletcher, R. H. Freeman, Robert
French, M. Goetz, A. L. Goulson, E.
J. Hammer, James Haveman, J. S.
Honwitch, F. L. Huesmann, A. R.
Judd, A. P. Keller and R. J. Koykka.
J. H. Law, D. F. Lincoln, J. A. Lu-
ther, John Manley, D. W. Martin, D.
B. McGee, C. W. Moore, Datus Moore,
L. M. Morse, A. H. Nielsen, E. E. Oe-
strike, Raymond Pierce, F. L. Put-
man, R. R. Ralston, Clyde Reed, W.
H. Rodes, W. R. Rudell, C. H. Schaaf,
J. W. Schoonen, R. N. Shaw, W. W.
Snyder, Roland Stanger, L. W.
Staudt, C. S. Tappan, L. J. Vander-
berg, Harry Warner and Harmon
Wolfe.
Further names will be published on
Tuesday and Wednesday next.
Research Club: The first meeting
of the Research Club will be held
Wednesday, October 19, at 8:00 p. m.
in Room 2528 East, Medical Building.
Professor H. D. Curtis will speak oni
"The University of Michigan Eclipse
Expedition to Fryeburg, Maine." Of-
ficers for the coming year will be
elected at this meeting,
Physics Colloquium: Professor O.
S. Duffendack will talk on "A New
Photometric Method of Measuring
the Intensities of Spectral Lines" at
4:15 p. m. Tuesday, in Room 1041,
East Physics Bldg. All interested are
cordially invited to attend.
Graduate Dinner Club: First meet-
ing, Wednesday, October 19th, at six
p. m. at the Michigan League Build-

ing. Cafeteria service. Bring tray
across hall to Russian Tea Room.
Junior Mathematical Society will
meet Tuesday, October 18th in room
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addressed to the Junior Girls' Play
central committee, and handed in
with the manuscript at the main
desk in the League building. No mark
of identification is to appear on the
book except the title of the same.
Black Quill: All women on campus
-are eligible. Try out manuscripts
(poems, essayys, stories etc.) are to be
a?7136 Washtenaw Ave., not later
tan day, Oct. 20.
bett Concert Program:
L...:nce T i b b e t t, Metropolitan
Opera baritone, with Stewart Wille,
accompanist, will give the following
program in the Choral Union Con-
cert Series, Wednesday, November 2,
at 8:15 o'clock in Hill Auditorium:
Care, Away go Thou from Me. (Old
Scotch Song) Arr. by Margaret Pier-
repont; Arne-Endicott: Air from
"Comus"; S. Donaudy: Vaghissima
sembianza (Fleeting Vision) Emile
Vuillermoz: Jardin D'Amour (Garden
of Love) Gustave Ferrari: Le Miroir
(The Mirror); Carl Loewe: Maidens
are like the wind; Joseph Marx: If
Love hath entered Thy Heart; (Law-
rence Tibbett) Debussy: La terrasses
des audiences du clair de lune Doh-
nanyi: Rhapsody Op. II No. 3 (Mr.
Wille) Massenet: Vision Fugitive,
from "Herodiade"; Harry Burleigh:
Deep River; Thomas Dunhill: The
Fiddler of Dooney; Carl Loewe: Ed-
ward; Elinor Remick Warren: Piano;
Lord Berners: Dialogue between Tom
Filuter and his man (By Ned the Dog
Stealer) Jacques Wolfe: De Hallelul-
jah Rhythm.
Boston Symphony Orchestra: The
Boston Symphony Orchestra, Dr.
Serge Koussevitsky, conductor, will
give the following prograi in the
first Choral Union concert of the sea-
son, Tuesday, October 25, at 8:15
o'clock, in Hill Auditorium: Proko-

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