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Y HE MICHICGAN DAILYSTAA>c

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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. in. Saturday.

No. 24

NOTICES
Assistant in Organic Chemistry: A vacancy exists and is to be filled at
once. Salary, $235 per year. Applicants must have had Chemistry 69. Send
applications, giving name, address and telephone number immediately to
W. E. Bachmann, Chemistry Building.
University Broadcasting Saturday, October 22, 8 p. m. "The Basis of
the Sao Paulo Revolt in Brazil"' by Preston E. James, Associate Professor of
Geography. "Urban Real Estate Mortgage Delinquency" by Roy J. Bur-
roughs, Teaching Fellow in Economics.
Oratorical Association Lecture Course: For the convenience of those
who have not yet obtained season tickets for the 1932-33 lecture course,
an over the counter sale has been opened at Wahr's State Street store. This
sale will continue for a number of days. The opening number is scheduled
for October 29 when Lowell Thomas speaks in Hill Auditorium.
Graduate Students: The Sunday breakfast group will not begin until
the first Sunday in November. Watch for further announcement in the
bulletin.
Comedy Club Business Staff Tryouts: All those interested in working
on the business staff of Comedy Club are asked to report to Ann Verner,
Business Manager, Monday, October 24, at 4:10 in the Rehearsal Room of
the Michigan League. Only those with previous business experience need
report.
Sports-Women Graduate Students: Archery-Sundays at 9 a. m. at
Yost Field House. Shooting in Women's Athletic Building if weather is un-
favorable.
Swimming-Wednesday evenings at 7:30, Barbour Gymnasium.
Golf-M.T.W.Th. at 4 p. m. Palmer Field. Practice in the Women's
Athletic Building if weather is unfavorable.
Tennis-M.T.W.Th. at 4 p. W., Palmer Field.
Tap Dancing-Tuesday evenings at 7:30, Barbour Gymnasium.
Field Hockey, Ann Arbor Club, Palmer Field. Sundays 9:30, a. m. If
weather is unfavorable, phone 4121, extension 2197.
Bowling-Season will begin during November, the date to be announced
later.
Outing Club--meeting for organization on Friday, October 21 at 7:30
p. M.. at the Women's Athletic Building.
All women, old and new students, who are eligible to become active
members of W.A.A. are asked to report to the W.A.A. office in the League
to pay membership dues for 1932-33. Office hours: Monday, Friday 3:30,,
4:00; Tuesday, Thursday from 1:30-5 inclusive; Wednesday from 2-4.
All women who have previously earned W.A.A. points are requested to
check up on the number of their points with the Point Recorder in the
W.A.A. office in the League, Tuesday or Thursday from 3-5 on or before
November 3. Any unrecorded points from last year not reported by this
day will become void.
All Campus Bridge, Ping Pong, and Billiard Tournaments start at the
U7nion Monday, October 24. Registration closes tonight, Saturday, October
22, 11 p. m.
ACADEMIC NOTICES
Preliminary examinations for the Ph.D. in English are to be given in
the following order: Oct. 22, English Literature from 1660-1798. Oct. 29,
English Literature of the Renaissance. Nov. 5, Old English and Medieval
Literature. Nov. 12, History of Criticism. Nov. 19, Linguistics.
Political Science 108: The make-up final examination will be held in
Room 2032 A.H. on Tuesday, October 25, at 2:00 p. m.
Zoology 32 (Heredity): A supplementary examination for those who
were absent from the final last June will be held Sat., Oct. 22,. at 9 a. m.,
Room 2103 Natural Science building.

Dr. Uchenko will read a paper on
"Relativity of Simultaneity and Pro-
fessor Lovejoy."
Triangles: Important meeting at
the Union Sunday, 5 p. m.
Riding For Women: A supper rideĀ¢
is being organized for Sunday, Octo-
ber 23. Cost of supper and ride is]
$2.00. The group will meet at Bar-
bour Gymnasium at 4:15. Transpor-
tation will be provided. Students
should call 7418 and reserve their
horses.
Philippine-Michigan Club: A rep-
resentative of the Federal Govern-
ment from Washington, D. C., desires
to meet all the members of the Club
on Sunday, October 23, at 3 o'clock
in Lane Hall. The presence of every-
one is requested.
Russian Student Club: A short but
important business meeting will be
held Sunday, October 23, at 8:00 p.
in., Lane Hall.
Hindustan Club: Regular meeting
on October 23 in Lane Hall at 2:30
p. m.
Raymond Currier, Educational Sec-
retary of the Student Volunteer
Movement, will meet with the Stu-
dent Volunteer Group on October 23
at 4:15 p. in., Committee. Room of
Lane Hall. Anyone interested in mis-
sions is urged to attend.
The Contribution of the Stars:
Prof. Dr. Heber Curtis, Director of
the Observatory will give an illus-
trated lecture on "The Contribution
of the Stars" Tuesday, Oct. 25, at
4:15 in Natural Science Auditorium.
The Public is invited
Notice: There will be a luncheon
followed by an informal discussion
with Raymond Currier on Monday,
October 24, at noon in the Russian
Tea Room of the Michigan League.
Anyone interested in world affairs is
urged to attend.
Methodist Church: Sunday, Dr.
Fisher will speak in both of the serv-
ices of the day. In the morning his
topic will be 'Youth in the Making
of a New World." In the evening he
will speak on "Conquering Fear,"
Wesley Hall: Sunday, Dr. Fisher
will speak to the graduate students
at 6:30. His topic is "Essentials and
Non-essentials of Christianity." Prof
G. E. Carrothers will have charge of
the undergraduate group and will
speak on "Peril of Uselessness."
The regular classes will be held
at 9:30 a, in. with Prof. del Toro on
"European and American Christian-
ity" and Dr. Blakeman on "Personal-
ity and Religion."
St. Andrew's Church: The services
of worship on Sunday are: 8:00 a. 'm
The Holy Communion, 9:30 a. m.
Church School, 11:00 a. m. Kinder-
. garten, 11:00 a. m. Morning Prayer
and sermon by the Reverend Edward
M. Duff.
f
Harris Hall: Regular student sup-
per Sunday evening at 6:15 p. in. at
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Varied Applications Received
For Part Time Student Work
Butchers, bakers, candlestick-mak- with his name, address, and remarks.
ers, typists, housecleaners, chauf- Employers desiring help communi
fours, musicians, paperhangers and cate with the office, and usually their
linotypists all-come to the University requests are granted immediately. If
of Michigan looking for part-time nobody is available to suit their
work to help pay their college ex- needs, they fill out a card to which
penses. And to Miss Elizabeth Smith, subsequent student applicants are re-
who is in charge of the student em- ferred.
ployment desk in the Dean of Stu- Most Want Board Jobs
dents' office, falls the task of getting By far the greater part of the ap-
them in touch with their prospective plications ask for board jobs,
employers if any. through which the student can earn
This year 767 students have filled his board by working a few hours a
out applications for employment, day. Most of those are waiters and
During the last school year 947 ap- dishwashers at restaurants, dining
plications were made, and 1,612 re- rooms, fraternities, and sororities.
Each student, signs a large card There was a time, years ago, it is,
on which he lists his.,abilities (and said ,when help of this nature was
some of them are numerous, if the scarce, but now a great many more
cards are to be believed) together applications are filed than can pos-
sibly be accommodated. The same is
true of all other jobs. Room jobs
ARnIng Gives Address are in great demand, most of which
On Mathematical Clubs consist of tending a furnace during
the winter and mowing lawns in
Prof. Norman H. Anning of the spring, and summer.
mathematics department delivered an Most of the applicants, however,
address yesterday afternoon over the are not content with these but 'are
University radio broadcasting station quite willing to turn a hand at what-
on the subject: "High School Math- ever is offered. A list of about 50
ematical Clubs." occupations suitable to students is
In his address professor Anning at- shown on the card and the student
Mathematical Club on the campus. is asked to mark a double "x" before
tempted to show that a well conduct- those at which he is experienced anc
ed mathematical club will have a single "x" before those he is willing
something of value for all kinds of to do but has not done before,
pupils. A Jack-Of-All Trades
One student went down the list
ERRATUM and marked one "x" before every one
Prof. A. E. R. Boak of the history except "chemist" and "tinsinith,'
department was elected president of then went back more carefully and
the University Research Club, at a indicated he was experienced at 2(
recent meeting, not the University of them ,and then, after a still more
club as was reported in yesterday's careful consideration of his abilities,
Daily. apparently came to the conclusion
that he was not fitted either by ex-
a cost of 25 cents, The program for perience or inclination to be a bible
teacher and scratched out that item.
the evening will begin at seven Afwtmdsusddntmr
o'clock. Professor E. S. McCartney A dew timid souls did not mark
will be the speaker and his topic will single "x" but the majority of then
be "Noah's Ark." All students and feel capable of doing 10 or more jobs
their friends are cordially invited. One fellow put a double mark before
22 of them and added a note tha
meant "genuine experience and real
Presbyterian Young People: 9:30 ability."
Student classes at the Church House, The employment office was started
10:45 Morning Worship. Sermon- 10 years ego under the management
life. 5:30 Social Hour and supper for of Mrs. Mary L. Stewart, who held
Optimism, the spiritual sunshine of the post until two years ago when
young people. 6:30 Student Forum. Miss Smith took charge. She say;
Raymond Currier, Educational Sec- it is a full-time job, and often keep
retary for the Student Volunteer her busy out of office hours, espe-
Movement, will lead the meeting. cially in the rush at the first of the
Subject, "Weavers of a New World." semester.
7:30 Fire-side hour. 9:00 Party, Sat- "They call me up wherever I am,'
urday night, October 22, Church she said, "and often want help within
House. the next couple of hours." To say

ceived which cannot be filled, Miss

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Smith says. Some are diflicult be-
cause of the necessity of having
licenses or belonging to trade unions.
"The most unusual request for help
I have had," she said, "was just the
other day when a lady called and

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asked for a student to come out and
play marbles and tell stories to amuse
her sick child." Rates for general
odd jobs are 35 cents an hour, and
she had no dificulty in securing a
freshman to play marbles at that
price.

CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

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Box numbers may be secured at no
extra charge.'
Cash in advance-ile per reading line
(on basis'of five averagewords to
line) for one or two insertions.
Mininum 3 lines per insertion.
lOc per reading line for three or more
insertions.
Telephone rate-15e per reading line
for one or two insertions.
14c per reading line for three or
more insertions.
10% discount if paid within ten days
from the date of last insertion.
Minimum three lines per insertion.
By contract per lIne-2 lines daily, one
month...............c
4 lines E.&.D., 2 months..........8c
2 lines daily, college year...........7c
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The above rates are per reading litre,
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The above rates are for 71z point
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6c per line to above rates for all capi-
tal letters. Add 6c Pe "line to above
for bold face, upper and lower case.
Add0c( per line to above rates for bola
face capital letters.
LOST
LOST---.n October 14--imall, black
leather bound loose-leaf note book.
Finder please call 23408 62
LOST - ON road to Brighton, two
laundry bags containing laundry
labelled Joseph Griswald a n d
Laurence Smith. Reward for re-.
turn to 500 Packard. Ph. 5343 73
NOTICE
NEW HOME LAUNDRY-Liberty at
Maynard. Free mending and darn-
ing. Collars and cuffs reversed.1
Opening special, 12c a shirt cash
and carry. Dial 8894. 8c ;
STUDENTS' Laundry by experienced
Laundress. Prices reasonable. Will
call for and deliver. Stockings done
free. Call 116 and ask for 769F13.
9

Betsy Barbour House, Helen New-
berry Residence, Mosher - Jordan
H1alls and many fraternities a n d
sororities. 27
ATTENTION!-Have your shoe re-
pairing and hat blocking done at
Liberty Shoe Repair Shop, 622 E.
Liberty. 26
IT IS NOT too early to order Christ-
mas cards. Our greeting cards de-
partment is large and complete.
Francisco Boyce, 719 N. Univ. 29
WANTED
WANTED-Student laundry. Good
work at reasonable rates. Mending
free. Called for and delivered. Dial
4929. 81
STUDENT LAUNDRY-Good soft
water. Will call for and deliver.
Sure satisfaction. Telephone 4863.
12c
W A N T E D-Student and family
washing, rough dry or ironed. Rea-
sonable, call for and deliver. Phone
5118. 146
L A U N D R Y -Soft water, 21044.
Towels free. Socks darned. 13c
WASHING and ironing. Called for
and delivered. Silks and woolens
guaranteed satisfactory . 23478
611 Hoover. 15c
WANTED -Student washing. All
Mending neatly done. Phone 3006.
6c
WANTED-Ride to Marquette 6i vi-
cinity. Call C. Ungar. 5929 before
Sunday evening. 83
FOR RENT
CLOSE TO CAMPUS-Very nice un-
furished apartment. Living room
with rollaway bed. dinette, kitchen
with gas stove and refrigerator,
private bath and shower, with hot
soft water, bedroom, steam hbeat
furnished, laundry ro in base-
ment. Phone 7704. 426 Packard.

Lutheran Students: Professor Ed-
ward H. Kraus, Dean of the Summer
Session, will address the Lutheran
Student Club at St. Paul's Church,
Sunday evening at 6:30, on the topic,
"Our Faith and Education."
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trouble, Miss Smith . has provided
herself with a notebook containing a
list of telephone numbers of workers,
and she carries it home with her
every night.
Very few requests for help are re-
quests for student help were recieved.

WALKER'S Home Laundry--Student.
laundry a specialty. Terms very
reasonable. Dial 4776. We call for
and deliver. 7c
ARTISTIC piano tuning. Kempf
Music Studios, 312 South Division,.
Phone 6328. Official tuning, Mich.
Union, Mich. League, Lawyers'
Club, Martha C o o k Dormitory,

FOR RENT-Large pleasant room
for men at 1240 Ferdon Road,
Single or double. Terms very rea-
sonable. Telephone 2-1697. 84
SUITE of two rooms for $5.00, and
single rooms very reasonable. 507
S. Division. 76
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Sweet cider. Paw Paw
grapes and grape juice. Call 9534
or 22413. Wagner Cider Mill .20

LECTURES
University Lectures: Professor Allardyce Nicoll, of the University of
London, is to give the following lectures in the, Lydia Mendelssohn Thea-
tre: Wednesday, October 26, at 4:15 p. m., "Sentimental Comedy": Thurs-
day, October 27, at 4:15 p. m., "Eighteenth Century Comedy, the Licensing
Act and the Newspapers." The public is invited.

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Raymond Currier, Editor of the Far Horizen and Secretary of the Stu-
dent Volunteer Movement, will discuss "EXPLOITATION OF A DEFENSE-
LESS EAST" (Western science among Eastern Peoples) at Lane Hall Mon-
day, October 24, at 4:15.
EVENTS TODAY
Cosmopolitan Club: Fall initiation in Lahe Hall at 8:00 p. m. Mrs.
Frederick B. Fisher will deliver the initiatory address. There will be a so-
cial program and refreshments. If you sign an application card for mem-
bership please try to appear promptly at eight.
Those Interested in Swimming: The, first meeting of the Swimming
Club will be held at ten a. n. in the Union Pool Both the m m-
bers of last year and new girls who are interested in the sport either
for instruction and training, or merely for its enjoyment, are invited to
come.
COMING EVENTS
Acolytes will meet Monday, Oct. 24, at 7:30 p. m. in room 202 S. W.,

MUSICIANS!
DOUBLE ON ACCORDION
TO INCREASE YOUR
EARNINGS .
Rent an Accordion, only $1 per
week.'Rental applies towards
purchase price if you buy.
JOHN FRABUTT, Instructor,
Buckeye Boys 5 years, Holds
World's Endurance Record for
continuous playing, 85 hrs. 56
minutes.
ANN ARBOR
ACCORDION CLUB
706 East University

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