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THE MICHIGAN D AILY

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publcation in the Bulletin Is constructive notice to all members of the
University. Copy received at the offlce of the Assitant to the Presdent Mtil
3:30; 11:30 a. in. Saturday.
01, XLI THURSDAY, NOVEMBUE 17, 1932 No. 46
NOTICES
Thanksgiving Recess. Students and faculty are 'reminded that the
[anksgiving recess includes only Thanksgiving Day, November 24. Friday
1d Saturday, November 25 and 26, are not holidays, and it is expected that
l University classes scheduled for those days will meet at their regular
res. A. G. Ruthven

Badminton Club
MTo Play Here
In Exhibition
Badminton will hold sway in the
Intramural gymnasium tonight, whenl
a group of eight players from the
Michigan Badminton Club of Detroit
give an exhibition..

Sophomore Star

Coaches Laud
Play In Fi'osli
Phys-Ed Game
o-k Of ViergiverAmin,
Pr Otstaod ing; Seen As
PspeeLs For arsity

THURSDAY, NOV.
lroui, Colgate To Decide

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By SIDNEY FRANK(EL
Brown will settle matters with Col-
tte as lo0who i:, the mythical foot-
bal chai po~u f the East ti
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im xLat stan to be the most im-
portant game of the week.
Ady Kerr has again brought out
one of his splendid football machines
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University Broadcasting Service-Thursday, November 17 at 2 p. m.
"The Alteration of Shakespeare during the Restoration" by Louis M. Eich,
Associate Professor of Speech.

Sponsored by the Intramural De-
partment, the purpose of the exhibi-

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Faculty, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: Midsemester re-
port cards have now been distributed through the Campus Messenger serv-
ice. Instructors are requested to report not later than November 18, the
names of all students whose standing is at this time D or E. More cards,
it needed, can be had at my office.
These cards should be used only for reports of the work of students
eniolled in this College. W. R. Humphreys
Students, College of Engineering: The final day for the removal of in-
completes will be Saturday, November 19.. This is in accordance with the
ruling that if credit is to be given for a course the work in that course must
be completed, by the end of the eighth week of the semester of residence
next succeeding that in which the course was elected.
Panhellenic Ball Tickets: All independent women who wish tickets
may obtain them at the main desk in the League. Tickets are $3.50 a piece.
Hygiene 201 at 11:00, will meet in room 415, University High School
today instead of room 20, Waterman Gym.

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Lion is to further interest im Badmi- the Varsity, the Freshman .football .
ton on the campus, and give Michi- ms dh t sa national title. Alth'ugh their sched-
gan players some pointers on good team showed the fruit of its labor, le up to now has been somewhat
style. in defeating the Physical Ed. team easy with only one major gme, that
Both men and women will partici- 6 to 0, Tuesday at Ferry Field. being with New York University, the
pate in the playing which will in- For three quarters of the game, Maroons have won all their eight
elude singles, doubles, and mixed - the play of both teams was pretty games by high scores, the total being
doubles. The netroiters will also en- even, with both teams handling the 243, while they have not been yet
gage some of the local players in ball in the center of the field, and scored upon.
matches, it was announced. Francis Lund, sophomore halfback neither team ever being in a scoring S leau Is Star
Play will commence at 8:30 p. m. on the Minnesota eleven, is one of position. Early in the fourth quar- Charley Soleau. Kerr's latest back-
the Northmcn's most aggressive play- ter Hunn. Frosh safety man, receivec field protege, has been burning up
-r - Fishe i m t st ers. He is a star in both the pass- Nelson's punt, who was kicking from the gridirons with his good all-
s for the regular "Firesidehourat ing and running departments. behind his own goal line, and ran it around playing and exceptional sig-
4 p. m. at Wesley Hall. Hfor a touchdown, mainly because the nal calling. Captain Bob Smith has
4_.___W____ Phys. Ed. line and backs concen- been playing a stellar game at guard
' d -Th 1 trated too mnuch on guarding the all season, and is among the leading
Badminton: There will be exhibi- kicker, thereby neglecting to cover candidates for All-American. The
tion games by a group of Detroit Penalty Sets Newoher oustanding man on the team
players at the Intramural Sports up the punt.oteousainmnonheem
Bulding at 8:30 I. W stu- American Record Had the weather conditions been iseAnderson at end, a good defen sive
iens ho is toply wllhav -_E better, the outcome of the game E and, offensive player, wh o is fast on
dents who wish to play will have mihaebenetrlydfeet covering punts. These three men
he opportunity to do so. OAA e. Nov. 1}-IP-h might have been entirely different,.oeigpns hs he e
ht ytds-OMAHA, Neb.,N.16.-(P)-TheThe Phys. Ed. team blocked four tplus Andy Kerr have been the ma in
shortest penalty assessed in the hun- Frosh pu.ts. but were unable to take reasons for Colgate's success.
COMING EVENTS dreds of games he has officiated was advantage of these breaks because of Brown was a "dark horse" at the
The Stor of Pel : 7 Urel of inflied by Leslie Idods, e re- thesnow and cold which hindered beginning of the season, but now it
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and stamina to come back and win.
With three minutes left to play, in
the game with Holy Cross and on
the lower end of the score 7-3, Mc-
Laughry's men marched 80 yards to.
a touchdown and won the tussle. A
similar thing was pulled off against
Columbia when in the third quarter
and behind 6-0, a smashing offense
was launched and the net result was
a march of 80 yards, a touchdown,
and the extra point kicked. The
final score was 7-6 in favor of Brown.
The first score in the game with
Harvard for Brown was after an-
other 80-yard push; the final score
was 14 to 0 in Brown's favor. The
only touchdown against Yale was
made by Brown after a 60-yard
drive.
Bob Chase, star quarterback, is
rated high in the ranks of the signal
callers of the East because of his
braining work, good all-around play-
ing, and leadership of the victorious
Brown team. Tom Gilbane, center,
has first call in honors for All-East-
ern choice.
GOLD RUSIl DAYS RECALLED
EVANSTON, Ill. - 0P) - From gold
rush to guard rush is the life history
to date of G e o r g e Dilley, veteran
Northwestern lineman. Dilley started
life as a Northwesterner, being born
in a log cabin in the Grail district of
Fairbanks, Alaska, during the gold
rush days.
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ACADEMIC NOTICES
Political Science 243 (Dr. Upson): Beginning
further notice, this course will meet in room 2019

this afternoon
Angell Hall,

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UNIVERSITY LECTURES
Thursday, November 17, 4:15 p. m., School of Music Auditorium. Dr.
Edmund H. Fellowes, British scholar: "The Madrigal in Music Literature."
Friday, November 18, 4:15 p. in., Natural Science Auditorium. Sir Fred-
erlck Whyte, former President of the Indian Legislative Assembly: "The
Crisis in the Far East.'
EVENTS TODAY
Political Science Journal Club meets today in the Political Science Sem-
i r Room, 3:00-5:00 p. in.
Observatory Journal Club meets at 4:15 in the Observatory lecture
room. Mr. Orren Mohler will discuss the work of Lyot on the observation of
tle solar corona without an eclipse. Tea will be served at 3:45.
Sigma Xi: The Michigan Chapter at 8 p.m. in the Amphitheatre of the
Dental building. The plan of the school for the teaching of dentistry will
be explained and some of the teaching facilities as well as the researches of
the school will be inspected. Refreshments.
Geological Journal Club: 8:00 p. m. in Room 4054 N.S. Program: The
Geology of Gysum Deposits, by W. M. Myers, and Reviews of Current Lit-
erature, by graduate students.
American Institute of Electrical Engineers Student Branch meets at
7:80 p. n., Room 248 West Engineering Bldg. Through the courtesy of the
tne and Webster Eng. Corp., a film "Power" will be shown. Mr. J. R.
Mcintyre, a student, will speak on "The Mercury Vapor Boiler." Refresh-
ments will be served at the close of the program. All Electrical Engineering
students are welcome.
Goethe Film: A film dealing with the life and writings of Goethe
will be given in Natural Science Auditorium at 4:15 p. m. 'The film is
silent, the titling being partly in English and partly in German. The show-
ng will be prefaced by explanatory remarks by Mr. Stearns of the German
Department, and is sponsored by Deutscher Zirkel.
Sophomore Engineering Class Elections at 10 o'clock in Room 348 West
Engineering Bldg. Identification cards will be necessary in order to vote.
Candidates must have eligibility slips.
>ota Sigma Pi meets at 7:30 p. m. in Michigan League. All members
are urged to be present.
Michigan Interpretative Arts Society: First meeting of the year at
7:30 p. in., Mason Hall. There will be a short program of selections given
by both old and new members, followed by a social hour. Committees and
programs for the year will be discussed, and it is urgent for all members to
be present.
Graduate Club in Education: Meeting at 7:30 p. in. in the University
Elementary School Library. Mr. Eugene B. Elliott will discuss the "Supply
of and Demand for Teachers in Michigan." All graduate students in Edu-
cation are invited.
Under-graduate Luncheon Club meets at 12:15 in the Michigan League
Cafeteria. All students interested are cordially invited.
Polona Circle meeting at 7:30 p. m. in League. All members are re-
quested to be on time.
Latin American Club meets at 8 p. m. sharp, Room 302 Michigan Un-
ion. Important matters will be discussed and the date of the banquet fixed.
Youngstown-Michigan Club meeting 7:30 p. in., Michigan Union, A
secretary will be elected and a dance will be discussed.
Camera Club meets in room 346 of the Architectural building at eight
o'clock. Professor Young will speak on an interesting phase of photography.
Everyone is cordially invited.
Soph Prom committee meeting at the Michigan Union at 7:30 p. m.
Sophomore Cabaret: There will be a meeting of the. entertainment
committee and, dance heads at 7:15 p. m. in the conference room of the
League.
Devil and the Deep: Rehearsal at 4 p. m. in League ballroom.
Waltz Group: Rehearsal at 0 p. m. in League ballroom.
Gob Tap Dance: Rehearsal at 3 p. m. in League ballroom.
Waters: Rehearsal at 4 p. in. at Barbour Gymnasium.
yillel ]Foundation invites all Jewish Students to a tea this afternoon,
sponsored by the Kappa Nu Fraternity.

eau of Mines in connection with
American Petroleum Institute and
Pan American Petroleum Co. In-
cludes mapping of oil structures,
prospecting with seismograph and
tortion balance, drilling of well with
rotary drill, bringing in gusher, dis-
tribution by pipe line, tankers, etc.
Shown especially for students in Geo-
logy 133. All others interested are
cordially invited. Natural Science
Auditorium, Tuesday, Nov. 22, at 7:30
p. m.
American Institute of Chemical En-
gineers. There will be a .1oint SessiOn
of the Detroit and Ann Arbor mem-
bers of the American Institute of
Chemical Engineers with the Stu-
dent Branch of the Institute on Fri-
day, November 18. Dinner will be
served at the Union at 6:00 and there
will be an address at 7:30 in room
3201 East Engineering Bldg. by Mr.
Homer Cloukey of the Sharples Spe-
cialty Company, who will talk on
"Centrifugal Force and Its -Applica-
tion to Industry.

gid'ioatle. iuulLaughry has another iron team like
With the bal inside the Haskell As is usual, this ae was scoue
one-yar le, an nset subs n formaterial of Varsity calibre. Out- that of 1926. This one has a more
wrne-yard line, an extra substitution enviable record for victories and for
w'as niade by the Indians, ordinarily Itnigaogtelnse a coming up from behind. The Brown
c~ 11mg' for a .-r id penailty. Ed Ea d Wells, guard on the Fgosh team. cmn pfo eid h rw
mouns finallyrstartd (alt "half His brilliant of sive play p boys have tucked under their belts
tiledistanaelty tesgal,'' thet mai- dily pleasing to t he Varsity coaches. the scatlps of seven teams 'our of
t{e istan e to the the maxi-Another man who showed a lot of which arc of major rating. These
mum penalty in such c;ases, wasmaoLa iarHl
finesse and polish in his play was major teams aie Holy Cross, Har-
about three or four inches. John Viergiver, big 230 pound tackle yard, Yale and Columbia.
phiaying with the Phys. Eds. Vierjgjivr Brown Powverua
Flasth arber Prioves has had a year of experience pre- in the games witi these four,
Certain Money Psse vious to this on the Indiana Fresh Brown showed it- immense power
squad. Other men who showed up- -
NEW YORK, Nov. 16.-(P)-When well were Mike Mglasavitch, an end l idnii'y of the person
Arnold (Flash) Herber, of the Qreen and Steve R miriis and iHoward TOI- WOik 11w ra(-otl fur coalt
Bay Packers, snaps his arm back to plehorn. both backfield men. frOml th Psi UpilOii house
throw p foiward nass the odds are. - . '" --- - Saturday is known.

better than even money the toss will
be completed.
National professional f o o t b a 11
league statistics reveal that Herber
has thrown 35 passes of which 20
have been completed, five of them
for touchdowns. His closest rivals,
Earl (Dutch) Clark of Portsmouth,
and Benny Friedman of Erooklyn,
have completed 18 in 46 attempts.

llT'(i-H(HER WiNS
SAN ANTONIO, Tex. - 'P -- Jack
Lee, youthful golfer, hitch-hiked to
S a n A n t o n i o from his home in
Orange, Tex., carrying his clubs, for
the state junior tournament and was
rewarded by winning the champion-
ship. Orange is on the Louisiana line,
several h u n d r e d m i 1 e s from San
Antonio.

If not return"d witin twenty-
four hours prosecution will be
start ed.

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