THE M I C H I GAN DA I L Y WEDNESDAY, OCT. 19, 1932
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice .to all memnbers of the
University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President until
3:30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday.
Oratorical Association Lecture Course: The opening number of the
1932-33 lecture course will be presented in Hill auditorium on Saturday eve-
ning, October 29, when Lowell Thomas speaks on "From Singapore to
Mandalay"; the talk will be illustrated with motion pictures. Attention is;
called to the fact that the original announcement for this lecture named
October 22 and that the new date of October 29 'was agreed upon for the
convenience of Mr. Thomas.
Literary, Music and Architecture 'Seniors: Lists of the tentative .seniors
of the above named schools for February and June have been posted in
Room 4 U. Hall. Please note the spelling of your name.
Freshman Girls' Glee Club: Wednesday, Oct. 19, is the last day for try-
outs in the Club. Our need -is more particularly concentrated on Second
Sopranas, First and Second Altos.
Be at the School of Music at Room 216 between 3:30-5.
Black Quill: All women on campus, with the exception of Freshmen,
are eligible. Try out manuscripts (poems, essays, stories etc.) are'to be at
1236 Washtenhaw Ave., not later than Thursday,' October 20.
Rendezvous Club meeting scheduled for W~dnesdaynight will not be
held. Everyone sell his tickets for the party Friday night.
Choral Union Ushers: The following mert tlease report to Elner Akers
in the Box Office of Hill Auditorium between 4 :' O 'and 5:30 today for as-
C. D. Cogshall, Jr., S. L. Finkel, D. H..feeman, G. L. Gisler, IT. S.
Goodwin, J. F. Griggs, Morris Greenhtit, J. M. Gruitch, C. S. Hart, J. G.
Kitchen, B. G. Odiome, W. C. Prout, Saul Robins, P. R. Seidel, L. H. Van
Wagner, A. W. Wilson, Harold Woolley and R. F. Zimmerman.
Choral Union Ushers: The following nmen please report to D. F. Bosma
in the Box Office of Hill Auditorium between 4:30 and 5:30 p. m. today for
Meyer Applebaum, Harry Aronow, W. M. Avery, S. A. Baker, Fleming
Earbour, S. W. Bellinger, D. R. Bird, O. H. Bridge, O. W. Brighton, Jr.,
Richard Burlingame, A. J. Carr, S. B. Chadman, J. J. Engelfried, D. G. Fox,
J. C. Georg, J. T. Hecker, B. D. Hirsch, Miles Hoisington, Stanley Hyman,
I. A. Kamins, TI. B. Kammerer, D. L. Katz, R. A. Kelb, E. A. Kightlinger,
A. L. Lennox, J. W. Lennox, J. W. Little, F. E. Lowry. George Luther, A. L
Mansure, E. P. Menatsaganian, P. J. Merkus and C. H. Miltner.
John Mirwin, Robert Ostrander, Louis Perlmutter, R. R. Raney, E. S.
Rice, Jerry Rosenthal, S. L. Russell, H. R. Schmidt, William Schuller E. A.'
Scott, Wilfred Sellars, Clarence Shaw, Sidney Shelley, Maurice Silverman,
C. E. Smith, E. N. Smith, E. N. Stanger, Millard Stein, Abraham Steinberg,
Harry Steinberg, J E. Swin, G. E. Szekely, E. S. Tarim, L. W. Trimmer,
Roland Ungerer, E. R. Warner, K. E. Weier, M.'L. Weinberg; J. H. Wilcox
and S. R. Zoss.
History 12, Lecture Sec. I (Prof. Slosson): There will be a make-up
for those who missed the final examination in June, Thursday, October 20,
at 3 p. m., room 4001 A.H.
Psychology 31: Make-up for last semester's final examination will be
held Thursday, October 20, 7:00 p. m., Room, 1121 N.S.
Exhibition of mural paintings, organized by Museum of Modern Art,
New York City, Alumni Memorial Hall until October 25-auspices Ann Ar-
bor at Art Association.
Platitudes Must Go! New Trend
Tiring of reviewing repetitions of
good old American platitudes on
"Freedom," "The Melting Pot," "Edu-
cation" and like sentiments trans-
lated with academic propriety into
murals, theMuseum of Modern Art
invited some of America's talented
painters and photographers, most of
them without previous adventures in-
the ages of 4 to 6 will meet at 10:15
and those from the ages of 7 to 10
at 11:00. As these groups will be used
as demonstration classes only a
small fee will be charged.
Polonia Circle meeting Thursday,
Oct. 20, the Michigan League. All
students of Polish descent are invit-
Youngstown Michigan Club will
meet at 7:30 p. m. Thursday, at the
Junior Women: There will be a
meeting of all' women interested in
working on this year's production of
the annual Junior Girls' Play Thurs-
day afternoon at 4:15 in the Lydia
to the mural field, to express them-
selves in that medium and to keep
their efforts in tune with the times
by specifying "The Post War World"
as their topic.
The results of this praiseworthy
commission - are seen in the exhibi-
tion now current in Alumni Memorial
Hall, a display 'in which vigor con-
fused effort, mechanical beauty, me-
chanical terror and social and psy-
chological uncertainty and'cheapness
seem to be the aspects of the modern
scene which occupy the artistic mind
most, the whole undershot with a
vague current of hysteria.
The techniques adopted by the ar-
tists involved are as various as their
individual reactions to their defined
subject matter. Most devices of sym-
bolism, exaggeration, distortion and
color which modern art has ever been
cursed or praised for are utilized by
the artists to make their points and
no one pretending-interest either in
modern art or modern life ought to
miss the assault on mind and eye.
It is probably safe to say that no
spectator will come away -from this
exhibition unstimulated, although it
is altogether possible that if one goes
with the idea that the imur'l is
meium reserv d fo lthp})ietre
mnIt1 of safe ind sane doctrines he
Shown 11i Aluimi mail Exhibit
STUDENTS' Laundry by experienced
Laundress. Prices reasonable. Will
call for and deliver. Stockings done
free. Call 116 and ask for 769F13.
WAt,|E'S Home Laundry-Student
laundry a specialty,. Terms very
reasonlable. Dial 4.776. We call for
and deliver. 7c
ESP E R I E N CED alto sax player
wants work with campus orchestra.
Doubles on clarinet, baritone. Sight
reading but no faking. Call 21513.
STUDENT -.LAUNDRY--Good soft
water. Will call for and deliver.
Sure -satisfaction. Telephone 4863.
A UN.D R Y - Soft water, 21044.
Towels free. Socks darned. 13c
W A N T E'D--Student and family
washing; rough dry or ironed. Rea-
sonable, call for and deliver. Phone
WASHING and ironing. Called for
and delivered. Silks and woolens
guaranteed satisfactory . 23478.
611 Hoover. 15c
WANTED - Student washing. All
Mending neatiydone. Phone 3006.
STUDENT laundry-Soft water. Will
call foi and deliver. Socks mended.
Sure satisfaction. Phone 21984 64
German Department monthly luncheon at 12: 1 in the Michigan Union.
Graduate Dinner Club: First meeting at six p. .' at the Michigan,
League Building. Cafieria .:rvice. Bring tray across hall to Russian Tea
Aeronautical Society: The motorship section of the Aeronautical So-
ciety will hold a meeting at 7:30 p. m. in room 348 of the West Engineering
Building for all those interested in learning 'to fly or in getting'in more
hours in the air at special rates. Those unable to attend the'meeting will
get in touch with N. H. McDowell, 556 S. State St. Phone'4017.
Athena Literary society social meeting at '8 00; third floor lounge 'room
of the League.
Interfraternity Council meeting at 7:30 p. m., Michigan Union.
Pi Tat Pi Sigma smoker at 7:30 p. in., Michigan Union. All Signal
Corps juniors are invited to attend.
Sigma Rho Tau: Engineer's Stump Speaker's Society -will meet 7:30
p. m. at the Union. Room numbers will be posted. Prof. Worley will talk
on "Facts and the Press" at the general meeting. "W'rang6ng" will be dis-
cussed at circle meetings.
.University Girls' Glee Club regular weekly reheaisal frein 7:38 till S: 3
in the Glee Club's room at the League.
harris Hall: 'Open house for students this afternoai at the 11all from
four to six at which time tea will be served. All students cordially wel-
Dance Club will meet on Wednesday evening frotn n7:30 to 9:00 in Bar-
bour Gymnasium. Those interested are invited to come or to communicate
with Mary Pray, Mosher-Jordan Dormitory. A tap dancing ,group will be
Chess and Checker Club: Important meeting at 7:30 in room 302 Mich-
igan Union. Bring; boards and men.
Psychology Journal Club will meet in Room 2116 N.S. at 7:30 p. m.
Thursday, October 20. Mr. L C. Young will present a paper entitled, "Move-
ment as an aspect of Language." All interested persons are invited to be
Geological Journal Club will meet
in Room 4054 N.S. at 8 p. m. on
Thursday, October 20. Program: A'
Review of the Periodicals Containing
Geological Literature. Graduate stu-
dents are particularly requested to
Applied Mechanics Colloquium:
Professor 0. W, Boston will give a
paper on "The Machinability of Met-
als." This will include the influence
of cold working properties upon cut-
ting fluids; power required to cut
1 metals; mechanics of chip formation.
Numerous slides will accompany the
lecture. Professor I. M. Hansen will
review the literature. The meeting is
at 7:30 p. m., Thursday, October 20,
in room 445 West Engineering Build-
Attention Graduate Students: All
students interested in an Outing club
meet on Friday evening, October 21,
at 7:30 o'clock in Women's Athletic
Rhythm Clas-ses for Children:
Classes in rhythms for children will
be given on Saturday mornings in
Barbour ymnasiun beginning Sat- ESTE R
urday, October 22. Children from'. S
University Engineer Tj1o
A end NaioalM ei
Prof. Walter J. Emmqps, associate
director of highway engineering and
director of the State Highway Lab-
oratory, will attend the annual meet-
ing of the Highway Research Board
to be held at Washington on Dec. 1
and 2.- Professor Eminons is chair-
man of the committee on correlation
of research in mineral aggregates
and a member of the committee on
materials of construction.
The Highway Research Board is
part of the National Research Coun-
cil, which was established by Presi-
dent Woodrow Wilson during the
Professor Emmons' work brings
him in contact with many prominent
highway engineers throughout the
The sto y y of the uniti
failuic since l92a B C.
Zazu Petts, Thelma Todd
"ALUM AND EVE"
News -- Cartoon
Make Your Ensia
Michigan's Most Discrinatming for 43TYears
Have Chosen Portraits by
319 East Huron
the Bartnon console.
A COMPLETELY furnished apart-
ment. Sunny rooms, steam heat
shower; continuous hot water. Dial
8544. 422 E. Washington St. 69
EA§T of campus. Clean, beautiful
furnished 3' room apartment. in-
eludes soft water; lights and gas
gpage university people preferred
Phone 3713 or 5792. 67
WANTED 'Boarders. Home cook-
ing 3 meal3s $4;10: 2 meals, 3.50
CLOSE TO CAMPUS-Very nice un-
furnished apartment. Living room
with rollaway bed; dinette, kitchen
with gas stove and refrigerator,
privyte bath and shower, with hot
soft water, bedroom, steam heat
furnished;' laundry room in base-
ment. Phone 2383 3. 426 Packard.
PE WR I TIN
our aoat shop ' icompetent
tM tors =erate irates.
t , _
AOUNm the corner and down your way he
comes with his mellow accordion... a song on his lips
and the love of song in his heart, like a wandering
troubadour of old.
E:: .:. . '
: :"... .
'r v 7 .