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cation In the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
arsmty. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President until
.1:3;0 a. mi. Saturday.
men and men accompanied by wo-
men may bowl every evening from 7
to 9; the charge is fifteen cents per
st ri .
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1932
Dance Club: The Dance Club for
University women has changed the
Thanksgiving Recess., Students and faculty are reminded that the
anlksgiving recess includes only Thanksgiving Day, November 24. Friday
I Saturday, November 25 and 26, are not holidays, and it is expected that
University classes scheduled for those days will meet at their regular
es. A. G. Ruthven
U~i~e~~i~ ikw ~ at:tnn B"siei n "X~e iar+~ dinr h2 0+hi r'7Yh
hour of meeting from Wednesday
night to Wednesday afternoon from
3 to 5 o'clock in Barbour Gymnas-
ium. For information, call Mary
Pray at Mosher-Jordan Dormitory.
Bridge Class will not meet tonight.
mIversdi yroa cas ungs rvice-wenesay, Nov. 2 at z p. m. "wh Intermediate Social Dancing Class
:es a Good Book" by Miss Edith Thomas, in charge of the Library Ex-
ion~ Diiskin of the University. "ExtvniioTWor i ifrhiann Stte ,will not meet "Thursday night.
the subject, "The Pyrolysis of Pro-
Sigma Delta Chi membership meet-
ing in Union this noon.
Sigma Rho Tau: As decided at the
last meeting, the usual Wednesday
night meeting will be held at the Un-
ion, 7:30 p. m.
University Girls' Glee Club usual
weekly rehearsal at the League at
7:30 p. m. in their Glee Club room.
Oriental Supper: A supper of Ori-
ental food will be served at Wesley
Hall at 6:30 at a small charge. So-
cial hour will follow. All those in-
terested are invited to attend. Please
call Wesley Hall for reservation.
Michigan Socialist Club: The pub-
lie is invited to attend the Wednes-
day night educational meeting of the
Lase Tunes Today
Prison" by Gail E. Densmore, Assistant Professor of Speech.
Library Service for Thanksgiving Day, 1932: Library service forj
Thanksgiving Day will correspond with that offered on Sundays, the Main
Reading Room and the Periodical Room being open from 2:00 till 9:00
p. m. Books from other parts of the building needed for use on the holiday
will be made available in the Main Reading Room if request is made on
Wednesday to an attendant in the reading room where the book is usually
shelved. Wm. W. Bishop, Librarian
Faculty Concert: Mabel Ross Rhead, Associate Professor of Piano, of
the School of Music, will play the following program, Sunday afternoon,
November 27, at 4:15 o'cock in Hill Auditorium, to which the general public
with the exception of small children is invited.
Rameau: Gavotte and Variations; Bach: Toccata and Fugue in C!
Minor; Beethoven: Sonata Op. 101 (Allegretto, ma non troppo, Vivace allaI
Marcia, Adagio, ma non troppo, Allegro); Brahms: Intermezzo Op. 116
(Capriccio Op. 76 No. 1, Capriccio Op. 76, No. 2); Chopin: Etude Op. 10
No. 8, Etude Op. 10 No. 7, Fantasie Op. 49.
. ouseheads, Social Directors, Chaperons, University Women: ours
for Thanksgiving Week: The closing hour for Wednesday, November 23,
is 1:30 a. m.; for Thursday, November 24, is 11 p. m.
Overnight privileges for Wednesday night may be arranged with house-
heads. Any other overnight privileges or late returns should be registered
in the Office of the Dean of Women. This office does not, however, excuse
anyone from classes. Alice C. Lloyd, Dean of Womrinen
Graduate School: Students enrolled in the Graduate School will
not be permitted to drop courses after Thanksgiving. A course is not of =
ciaIly dropped until it is reported in the office of the Graduate School, 1014
Angell Hall, G. Carl Tiuber, Dean
Students, School of Education: Permission to drop courses without
E" grades will not be given after Wednesday, November 23, except under
extraordinary circumstances. No course is considered officially dropped
unless it has been reported in the office of the Recorder of the School of
Education, Room 1437 U. Elementary School.
Students, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: Except underi
extraordinary circumstances, courses dropped after today will be recorded
with the grade of E.
Pan-Hellenie Ball Regulations: The closing hours for girls attending
the Pan-Hellenic Ball is 2 a. m., unless they are having breakfast following
the Ball, in which case the closing hour is 3 a. m.
Pan-Hellenic Ball: Programs may be received by presenting tickets t
W.A.A. office in the League on Wednesday from nine to twelve.
Pan-elhlenic Ball: Girls entertaining at breakfast following the Pan-
fiellenic Ball are reminded that their plans must be registered for approval
in the Office of the Dean of Students and of the Dean of Women. Please
register these plans in both offices
before noon on Wednesday, Novem- open every afternoon and evening,
her 23.I University women may bowl every
Alice iC. Lloyd, Dean of Women afternoon from 4 to 6; the charge is
five cents per string. University wo-
Freshman Men's Glee Club: There
will be no meeting of the Men's Glee
Club this afternoon. The club will
meet again as usual next week.
Art Cinema League: Tickets are
now on sale for Ten Days That Shook
The World at the box office of the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre in the
League. Shows on Thursday and Fri-
day, Dec. 1 and 2. Shows start at
8:00 p. in. sharp. Associate members
s ould call up the box office to make
reservations or come and get their
tickets this week if they want a
choice of seats. All seats reserved.
(history 47 (V. W. Crane): Make-
up examination, Monday, Nov. 28, at
4 p. m., in room 1020 A.H.
University Lecture: Professor A.1
Souter, of the University of Aber-
teen, Scotland, will lecture under the
a uspices of the Michigan School of
elig ion Fund on the subject "A
Sportsman Bishop of the Olden
Time," Wednescday, December 7, at
4:15 p. in., in Natural Science Au-
ditorium. The public is cordially in-
Club. The second speaker of the Campbell To Give Talk
present series, Mr. Neil Staebler, a
graduate of the University, will dis- At Memphis Convention
cuss "The Sales Tax." Meeting in
Room 302, Michigan Union at 8 p. M. Prof. 0. J. Campbell of the English
A short but important business department will present a report
meeting will be held at 7:30. Nov. 25 at the Memphis convention
of the National Council of Teachers
Young People's Society, Church of of English, of which he is vice-presi-
Christ Disciples: There will be a
Thanksgiving Hike and Party this is desired that acceptances shall be
evening. Meet at the Church, Hill received at the earliest possible date.
and Tappan Sts., at 6 p. m. There R. S. Swinton, Secy.
will be a party at the Church follow--
ing the hike to the Huron River, All women in Education will be in-
where the supper will be cooked. tersted in hearing Professor Ran-
Please be prompt! dolph G. Adams give a talk about the
Clements Library-December 1, at
COMING EVENTS 7:30 p. m. in the Clements Library.
Phi Kappa Phi initiation banquet
will be held at 6:30 in the Terrace .i'heosophral Society: Open meet-r
of the Michigan Union on Friday, ing at 8 p. m. on Friday, November
December 9, and will be concluded 25, in the League Building. Mrs. E
before 9 o'clock. In order that the Pearson of Detroit will speak on The
candidates may receive both their Mystery of Being. Everybody wel-
Keys and Certificates at that time it come.
Our Prices Are
Clothcraft clothes r
are tailored right.
Come in and let us - t
2-Trouser ex oden
dent, it was announced yesterday.
The conference will be held Nov, 24-
The council, said President Camp-
bell, is attempting to make a nation-
ally integrated program of English
teaching, from the primary grades
through graduate school. During the
past year, serving as chairman of a
committee appointed by the Modern
Language Association' to deal with
the college aspect of the situation,
Professor Campbell conducted a sur-
vey of various colleges and college
organizations; and embodied his sur-
vey in the report which he will make
to the convention on Friday. His in-
vestigation was financed by the Gen-
eral Education Board.
LEAG!JE IN COMIC OPERA
BUDAPEST, Nov. 22. --UP)i -Two
Hun ga iLan autA.rS nave written an
P operetta with the action in Geneva
and with conc situations drawn
from Lcague of Nations deliberations.
Uniersity Lecture: Dr. John B. s.
Haldane, Director of the John Innes
Horticultural Institute of Genetics,
will lecture on the subject, "Bad Air,"
a study of some human physiologi-
cal problems arising in various occu-I
pations, Monday, November 28, at
8:00 p. m., in Natural Science Audi-
torium. The public is cordially in-
E VENTS TODA I
Chemical Engieering Seminar:
Mr. Stuart McLain will speak before,
the Seminar at 4 o'clock in room
3201 East Engineering Building on
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Taxi Boys Comedy
Shows Continuous on
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Bowling: The bowling alleys at
the Women's Athletic Building are
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