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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in th Bulletin is constuctive notice to all inembers of the
University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President until
3:30; 11:30 a. m.. Saturday.
VOL XLIII TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 193 No. 441
NOTICES
University Broadcasting Service-Tuesday, Nov. 15 at 2 p. m. "What
High School Students should Read" by Fred G. Walcott, University High
School. "Electrical Code as a Protection to House Owner" by H. S. Bull, As-j
sistant Professor of Electrical Engineering.
Pre-Medical Students: The Association of American Medical Colleges;
Committee on Aptitude Tests recommends that any student applying for
entrance by September, 1933, to a medical school should take the Aptitudei
Test. This- test is now a normal requirement for admission to practically
all medical schools. All applicants for admission to the University of
Michigan Medical School are expected to take it. A fee of one dollar is
charged to defray the expenses of the Committee. Full information and'
application blanks should be obtained at the Office of the Registrar,
Room 4 University Hall, as soon as possible-not later than Nov. 30.
Ira M. Smith, Registrar.
Students' Recital: Students of Lucile Graham Schoenfeld, of the piano
faculty of the School of Music, assisted by students of Edith Koon, pianist,
and Thelma Newell, violinist, will join in a students' recital at the School
of Musio, Friday evening, November 18, at 8 o'clock. The general public is
inVited to listen to the following young musicians: Carolyn Berry; Jean
Winslow; *Rose Mary Mann; Marilyn Bothman; Nancy Bonisteel; *Joan
Frisinger; Constance Bothman; Barbara Berry; Betty Dice; **Richard
Mann accompanied by Margaret Kimball; Betty Smith; Frances Bonisteel;
Virginia Osgood; *Helen Byrn; Richard Mann; (*Pupils of Edith Koon;
**Pupil of Thelma Newell).
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information: A
United States Civil Service Examination has been announced for an Engi-
neering Aide, with Gyro Compass Experience. For further information,
call at the offilee, 201 Mason Hall.
University Bureau of Appointments ad Occupational Information:
Th'e Bureau has a call for a man to head the Department of Education in
a Catholic college. The Doctor's degree is required and the candidate must
be a Catholic. Anyone qualified and interested should call at the office, 201
Mason Hall, for further information.
UVidergraduate Students of the College of Literature, Science, and the
Arts: Undergraduate students in the College of Literature, Science and the
Arts, wishing to become candidates for a University Scholarship (value
$10O to $500), may obtain blank applications in Dean Effinger's office. There
are three Mandelbaum Scholarships ($500 each) open to men only. There
will be some Marsh scholarships ($100) open to all literary students. These
blanks must be filled out and returned not later than November 17. No
application will receive consideration after that date, and the awards will
be Wade about December 1.
F. E. Bartell, Chairman Scholarship Committee
Junior Engineers: Orders for class jackets are now being taken by Gabe
Harris at 617 Forest Ave. Phone 6157 to place orders and arrange for meas-
ureients. Price $1.25. Deposit of $3.00 is required by the manufacturers.
Junior Engineers-W ill all those who ordered class jackets last semes-
ter and have not received them yet get in touch with Kaye at 6157 some
evening this week.
Billiards-Instruction for girls every Thursdey at 2 o'clock in the games
room of the Michigan League.
Ping Pong-Sign up for the tournament, in the games room of the
Michigan League. Singles for Women only, doubles for both men and wo-
men.
ACADEMIC NOTICES
History 47: Midsemester today at lb a. M.: Sections 1, 2, 3, in 231 A.H.
Section 4 in 35 A.H. V. W. Crane
Landscape Design: Professor Tealdi will not meet his classes today.
LECTURES
University Lecture: Mr. E. Lipson; Reader in Economic History, Ox-
ford University, will lecture on the subject "New Viewpoints on the Indus-
trial Revolution," Wednesday, November 16, at 4:15 p. m., in Natural Sci-
ence Auditorium. The public is cordially invited.
University Lecture: Sir Frederick Whyte, K.C.S.I., LL.D. (ichigan),
former President of the Indian Legislative Assembly, will speak on "The
Crisis in the Far East" on Friday, November 18, at' 4:45 p. in., in Natural
Science Auditorium. The public is "nvited.
EVENTS TODAY.
A.S.C.E.: Regular Meeting in Room 1213 at 8 p. in. Pins will be award-
ed to all new members. It is necessary that all these be turned in at the
meeting. There will be a regular program, an illustrated lecture on the
"Carquinez Strait Bridge" to be given by Robert L. Price. Final plans
will be made for the Inspection Trip to Toledo on Saturday, Nov. 19.
Botanical Journal Club meets at 7:30 p. m. in room 1139 N.S. Papers
by Dr. Wehmeyer, Ralph Bennett, George Fischer, Joe Lowe and Alexander
Sritth. All interested are cordially invited.

Psychology" Journal Club meets at 7:30 p. m. in the Graduate Library*
of the University Elementary school. Dr. Willard Alson will discuss, "Re-
search Projects in Child Development." All interested persons are invited
to attend.
Forestry Club: Meeting at 7:30 p. m. in 2039 N.S. Prof. Woodhead of
the Zoology Department will give an illustrated talk. Refreshments.
Mens Physical Education Club meets in Room 3D4 Union, 7:30 p. m.
Adelphi: Regular meeting at 7:30 p. m. The attendance of all members
is required. Visitors welcome. Fourth floor of Angell Hall.
National Association of Cost Accountants, Detroit Chapter: Meeting at

sche Schriftsprache." All students
who are able to understand German
are invited to attend.
International Relations Club meets
at 8 p. m., Political Science Seminar
Room, 3026.A.H.
Ann Arbor chapter of the National
Student League meets at the Union
at 8.dAll members are urged to bring
friends.
General 'Committee Meeting of
Freshman Independents' Association
at 7:30 p. m., room 306 Michigan Un-
ion. Bring the name, address, and
telephone number of each pledge.
Important meeting. Be prompt.
All Freshmen who would like to
join the Association and secure rep-
resentation or participationin9Fresh-
man Class affairs call 4069 from
12:30 to 1:30 today or from 9 to 12
o'clock tomorrow.
Zeta Phi Eta: All those in the play
casts report at Lydia Mendelssohn as
soon after 3:00 as possible. Regular
meeting in the chapter room at 7:30.
It is essential that all actives and
pledges be present.
Kappa Tau Alpha meeting at 7:30
p. m. at the League. Room number
will be posted on the bulletin board.
Graduate Students' Tuesday Lunch-
eon Club meets at 12:15 in Russian
Tea Room of Michigan League. Pro-
fessor A. D. Moore, O. J. Campbell,
and Joseph R. Hayden will attend.
Soph Prom Committee meets to-
night at 7:45 in Room 325 at the Un-
ion.
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 in-
terested are invited to attend.
Play-reading section of the Faculty
women's Club meets at 2:15 in the
Grand Rapids Room of the Michi-
gan League.
Michigan Dames: Regular meeting
in the Grand Rapids Room of the
League at 8:00 p. m. The occasion
will be social, cards and other enter-
tainment being provided. The wife
of any University student is welcome.
COMING EVENTS
G e r m a n Department: . Monthly
luncheon will take place on Wednes-
day, November 16, at 12:15 in the
Michigan Union.
Goethe Film: A film dealing with
life and writings of Goethe will be
given in Natural Science Auditorium
on Thursday, November 17, at 4:15
p. m. The film is silent, the titling
being partly in English and partly
in German. The showing will be pre-
faced by explanatory remarks by Mr.
Stearns of the German Department.
Economics Club will meet in Room
306, Michigan Union, on Wednesday,
November 16, at 7:45 Dr. J. V. Van
Sickle, Associate Director for the So-
cial Sciences, Rockefeller Founda-
tion, will' talk on "European Reac-
tions to American Foreign Policy
During the Post-War Period." Al
graduate students in Economics and
Business Administration, as well as
faculty members, are cordially invit-
ed.
Socedad Hispanica: I n f o r in a 1
meeting at the League Wednesday,
November 16, 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Nelson
Eddy will sing Spanish songs. All
those interested are cordially invited
to attend.

William Broekc
Pioneer Pio1t,
Dies Of Illness
Co-Flier With Schlee In
Globe Circling Attempt
Succumbs To Cancer
CHICAGO, Nov. 14. - (MP)-Billy
Brock, pioneer pilot, airmail flyer
and conqueror of the Atlantic, is
dead.
The man who survived the dangers!
of pre-war aviation, taught American
soldiers to fly during the World war,
piloted airmail planes and then
capped his career with a flight over
the Atlantic, died Sunday night of
cancer. .
William S. Brock, as he was chris-
tened, but known as Billy Brock in
aviation circles, was born 36 years!
ago at Gladstone, O. As a youth the
exploits of Lincoln Beachery, Arch
Hoxsey and other early American
flyers led him into aviation. At 16
he was a pilot.
His twenty years of flying spanned
the days when a London to Paris
flight was set down as a record to the
present era of around-the-world
flights.
In 1927 Brock and Edward F.
Schlee tried to break the existing
record for flights around the globe,,
flying first from Harbor Grace to
Croydon field, England. Then they
flew their plane, the Pride of Detroit,
on to Japan. But adverse weather
conditoins delayed them for days and
finally the plan to span the Pacific
was abandoned.

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WANTED

WANTED-To tutor in German.
Have M. A. degree. Experienced.
Reasonable rates. Write 396 Jor-
dan Hall. 143

LOST

In recent years Brock had been
the private pilot of a wealthy Chi-
cagoan. Four months ago he entered
a Chicago hospital in his fight
against cancer.
He is survived by his widow, Dolly,
a daughter, June, 11, and a son by a
former marriage, William, S. Brock,
Jr. His mother, Mrs. Helen Can-
peau, and a brother, Foster Brock,
also survive. Funeral arrangements
have not been announced.
At the end of 1931 the total high-
way mileage in Canada was 378,083.
Wednesday, November 16, at 7:30. p.
m.
Sigma Delta Chi: Regular meet-
ing Wednesday this week; instead of
Tuesday.
A.S.M.E. Student Branch: A- Spe-
cial meeting Wednesday, November
16, at 8:00 in the Union. Mr. Ernest
Hartford, Assistant Secretary, A.S.
M.E., will present a new plan of Stu-
dent Branch Organization. Members
urged to be present. All engineering
students invited.
Michigan Interpretative Arts So-
ciety: First meeting of the year on
Thursday, November 17, at 7:30 p. m.,
Mason Hall. There will be a short
program of selections given by both
old and new members, followed by a
social hour. Committees and pro-
grams for the year will be discussed,
and it is urgent for all members to
be present.
Graduate Students' Dancing Les-
sons: Wednesday, Michigan League,
7:30-8:30 p. m.
100 ENGRAVED CARDS
and PLATE, $1.75
- Any Style -
109-1 WasLngton St.
Phone 8132 Second Floor
Iizaizz

WOMAN'S-White gold wrist watch.
Lost in stadium. Ii found, call
No. 9840. 141
LOST-One Music Theory Syllabus
B-1 and B-2. History book, Monroe
and Sowntag. Notebook. At Ferry
Field, Thursday. Call 6592. 140
LOST-One large crystal earring be-
tween M-Hut and Jordan Hall. Call
room 575,- Jordan Hall. 145
LOST-Female Scotch Terrier. On
Campus Sunday Might. Finder
phone 2-3462. Home 814 Hill.
144
LOST-Between Ypsilanti and sta-
dium, ladies' white gold wrist
watch with flexible bracelet. Phone
8930. 139

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Sophomore Engineering C l a s s
Elections will be held Thursday, Nov.
17, at 10 o'clock in Room 348 West
Engineering B'1 d g. Identification
cards will be necessary in order to
vote. Candidates m'ust have eligibil-
ity slips.
Quarterdeck Society will meet in
room 340, West Engineering Building,

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etroit-Leland Hotel, at 8 p. m., to
e addressed by Alexander Wall, Sec-
etary of the Robert Morris Associ-
tes, on "Reduction of Cost Account-
g Costs." Visitors are welcome.
Poetry Society meets at 7:45 p. m.
1 Room 3227 Angell Hall. All mem-
ers are urged to be present. Those'
ishing to try out for membership in +
ae Society are requested to leave
anusripts in the English Office.
Deutscher Zirkel: Meeting at 8 p.
. in the Michigan League. Prof.
iekhoff will speak about "Die deut-.

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requirements are intelligence, character
and at least two years of college work,
including the subjects specified ,for
Grade A Medical Schools. Catalogues
and application forms may be obtained
from the Dean.

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