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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ULY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
ation in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
3raityCopy received at the office of the Assistant to the President until
11:30 a. mn. Saturday

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1932

No. 581

NOTICES
President and Mrs. Ruthven will be at home from four to six o'clock
Sunday, December 4, to members of the faculties and other residents of
in Arbor. The tea on December 11 will be omitted.
Faculty Meeting, Colege of Literature, Science, and the Arts: The reg-
ar December Meeting will be held in Room 2225 A.H., Monday afternoon,
c. 5, beginning at 4:10 o'clock. John R. Effinger, Dean
Social Directors, Sorority Chaperones, House Heads; University Wo-
en: Closing hours for girls attending the Sophomore Prom will be 2:30
m. Alice C. Lloyd
A.A.A.S. December meeting: The Pennsylvania Railroad is planning to
n a special train from Detroit to Atlantic City, leaving Detroit at 4:40
m. eastern standard on Monday, December 26, reaching Atlantic City
iesday morning at 9 a. m., in time' for the opening session. Arrival time
one and one-half hours earlier than possible by any regular train. Any
cuity members planning to attend this convention and who are interested
this special train are requested to notify Arthur B. Moehlman, 4022 Uni-
rsity High School, before December 3. Usual convention rates prevail and
turn may be made by any train.
Beggar on Horseback Cast: Full dress rehearsals with all members in
to cast, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday evenings, promptly at 7:00. Special
ntomine rehearsals Friday at 3:00 and Saturday at 1:00.
Badminton: Any woman student . interested in a ladder badminton
urnament to be played on Saturday mornings should sign up at Barbour
ymnasium,. Office 15.-
Riding-Women Students: Any women students interested in joining a
ginner's riding class call 4121, extension 721 and leave their names and
lephone numbers.

tonight at the Women's Athletic
Building, corner of North University
and Forest Avenue, from 8 to 12. A
real "funest" is planned-bridge,
dancing, bowling and other enter-
tainment to include eevryone. Twen-
ty-five cents admission per couple. No
fee for bowling.
Art Cinema League: Last perfor-
mance of Ten Days That Shook The
World at the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre, 8:15 p. m. Only a few seats
left. Tickets-twenty five cents.
COMING EVENTS
Woman's Research Club: Regular
meeting Monday, December 5, in
Room 3024 Museums Building. Mrs.
Elinor Husselman will speak on "A
Lost Manuscript of Aesop's Fables."
Angell Hall Observatory: The pub-
lic is invited from 7:00 to 10:00 on
Saturday evening, December 3, to ob-
serve the moon. Children must be
accompanied by adults.
Junior Group of A.A.U.W.: The
regular monthly supper meeting of
the Junior Group of A.A.U.W. will
be held Wednesday, December 7, at
the Women's Athletic Building, at
6:15 o'clock. Mrs. Byrl F. Bacher,
Assistant Dean of Women, will talk
informally on "Listening to Music,"
and the members of the Ann Arbor
Branch are invited to have supper
with the group. Please call 4731 to
nake reservations which must be
made by Tuesday noon, December 6.

Recount Begun
To Determine
Election Vote
Position Of Secretary Of
State To Be Decided By
Canvassing Board Soon
LANSING, Dec. 1.-IP)--A recount'
to determine whether Frank D. Fitz-
gerald, Republican incumbent, or B.
J. Abbott, Saginaw Democrat, was
elected to the office of secretary of
state in the Nov. 8 election was un-
der way today.
It was believed the result will be
known next week.
The state canvassing board di-
rected that recounts in outstate pre-
cinctshdesignated by Abbott be made
in the following ,order--Gratiot,
Oakland and Genesee counties today,
Gogebic and Muskegon counties Fri-
day and Kalamazoo Saturday.
It was planned to complete the
outstate tabulation this week and the
board hopes to begin a recheck in
Wayne county Monday'.
The possibility that the recount
will not have to be finished existed.
Abbott has asked for a recount in
298 districts, 106 of which are out-
state in the counties mentioned, the
remainder in Wayne. Fitzgerald
countered with a petition for a re-
count in 749 precincts, mostly in
Wayne county, where he ran behind.
If the recheck in the outstate dis-
tricts designated by Abbott fails to
produce- gains for the Saginaw Dem-
ocrat and the early returns from
Wayne do not yield the desired re-
sults he may ask for discontinu-
ance.

Professor Maddy's
Radio Band Meets
For The First Time
A band assembled last week in
Ann Arbor for the first time and
played together. They had never
seen each other before,. but they had
all taken the same course in the
playing of band instruments given
over the radio by Prof. Joseph E.
Maddy, of the division of fine arts,
who has been teaching nearly 4,000
pupils to play in this way.
This band was composed of pupils
from schools within 100 miles of Anr:
Arbor who had followed Professor
Maddy's course for the year. The les-
sons were presented by the Univer-
sity Broadcasting Service and broad-
cast by station WJR, Detroit.
Professor Maddy explained the
methods which he had used in giv-
ing these lessons in a program which
was broadcast yesterday afternoon.
He said that he had his ten-year
old daughter take a course on the
playing of the clarinet in a room
where he could see her but not hear
her as she followed the course. When
she had mastered each principle, he
.aia, she would nod her head and the
lesson would continue.
By keeping apace with the prog-
ress of his daughter, Professor Mad-
dy said that he was able to make
~ne courses fit the ability to learn
of the average pupil. Post-cards were
also sent out to the students who
had asked for books of instruction
requesting constructive criticism.
Entries Being Taken
For Frosh Cage Meet
Registrations are now being re-
^eived in the Student Offices of the
Union for the annual freshman bas-
ketball tournament. John W. Lederle,
33, Union president said yesterday.
All games in the tournament will
'e played off before Christmas va-
'ation, he said.
It is planned to have about six
teams with eight men on each team.
Registrations for the teams must be
in before Saturday and play will
begin next week.
Only freshmen are eligible to apply
for these games.

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FOR SALE
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Reasonable. Two left. Call 9147.
182
FINANCE CO.-Is selling late model
cars for balance due. 311 W. Huron,
2-2001. 19c
FOR RENT
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rent reduced $10.00; electrical re-
frigeration. Phone 7561. 180
FOR RENT--4-room apartment fur-
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NOTICE
SEASON'S SUGGESTIONS - Wall
paper, paint. Samples, estimates.
Home Decorators since 1905. Dial
8107 or 7600. 30c
TRAVEL-In South America. Write
for particulars. Bryan Travel
Service, 882 South Blvd. Spring-
field, Mo. 184
MARTHA A. NILSEN-228 S. Thayer
St. It's the place to go for all kinds
of alterations and fur work. 176
WANTED
WANTED - A portable typewriter.
Phone 7948, between 4 and 6. 178
TYPING-Grad. thesis a specialty.
M. V. Hartsuff. 9087. 40c
t STUDENTS-For part time worx in
Ann Arbor. No experience neces-
sary. Apply in person, room 59
Hotel Griswold {Formerly Amer-
ican) 8 p. mn. Friday only. 181
LOST
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CLASSIFIED DIRECTOR

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ACADEMIC NOTICES
Music B124, Tu, Thu. 9, 311 H.A. A course in Richard Wagner and the
Music Drama will be substituted for the second semester course in 18th
Century. Prerequisites Music 41 or B37, or B38 or the permission of the
istrudtor. Glenn D. McGeoch
An additional section of Mathematics 32 will be given the second se-
mester MWF, 10, 407 M.H., Coe.
Additions and Revisions in English Department Courses:
Sec. 3, English 107 TThS 11 o'clock 2235 A.H. Brown.
Sec. 10, English 31 MWF 8 o'clock 225 A.H. Roellinger.,
Sec. 11, English 31 MWF 10 o'clock 229 A.H. Schenk.
English 54-Chaucer-MWF 11 o'clock 1020 A.H. Marckwardt.
English 128-Victorian Literature- MWF 10 2203 A.H. Griggs.
English 129-Study of Melville and Whitman. Reading and discussion
course. Limited to 25 students. Primarily for juniors and seniors.
TTh 11. Wilt. Two hours credit. 3231 A.H.
English 178-MWF 10 o'clock. 2003 A.H. Humphreys.
English 35-Section I (E) MWF, 1. 225 A.H. Abbot.
English 35-Section 2 (F) MWF, 2. 2203 A.H. Bebout.
English 48- Section 1-Monday 10 221 A.H. Hornberger.
English 48-Section 2-Monday 11 3231 A.H. Proctor.
English 48-Section 3-Monday 1 3217 A.H. Davis.
English 48-Section 4-Tuesday 9 3231 A.H. Peterson.
English 48-Section 5-Thursday 10 3217 A.H. Everett.
English 48-Section 6-Thursday 2 3217 AM. Proctor.
English 88-(B) MWF 9. 407 Libr ry. Bader.
EVENTS T DAY
Varsity Band Rehearsal at Morris Hall 5:00 to 6:00 p. m. Saturday

Graduate Outing Club: An over-
night hike to camp near Dexter is
planned for this week-end, (Dec. 3),
leaving Angell Hall at 3 Saturday
and returning before noon Sunday. A
late group will leave Angell Hall at
5:30. Bring 75 cents for meals and
lodging; bring blankets, which will
te taken by car. If interested, call
6649.
Russian Student Club invites all
members and their friends to a so-
cial party to be held at Wesley Hall
Saturday, December 3, at 8:00 p. m.

WANTED - Student and
washing. Phone 306

family
Gc

Cosmopolitan Club' meeting Satur-
day evening at 8 p. m. in Lane Hall
Auditorium. Professor Robert B. Hall
will give a lecture on "Japan-Its
Natural Resources as a Cause of its
Recent Expansion." An open forum
discussion will follow.
All Women Students Invited: A
skating party will be held by the Wo-
men's Athletic Association, Satur-
day. Beginners may receive instruc-
tion. Meet at Palmer Field House
at 2:30 or at the Coliseum at 3 p. m.,
and bring identification cards. Skates
may be rented for 35 cents.
Mixer for Catholic students and
friends, and a Reception for Catholic
members of the faculty, from three
tuntil five o'clock Saturday afternoon
in the Ballroom of the Michigan Un-
ion. Music by the Union Orchestra.
Added attraction, the "Singing Vag-
abonds," Varsity Quartet.
Baptist Guild: 503 East Huron
Street. Sunday, 6:00 p. m. Dr. Ches-
ter Arnold of the Department of Bot-
any will speak on "See America
First." He will use slides and colored
motion pictures of views taken the
past summer in the Pacific coast
states. The views of Crater Lake,
Oregon, will have special interest.
Liberal Students Union-Prof. Pres-
ton James will speak on "How a Geo-

graphy Professor Spends his Sabbati-
cal Leave." Unitarian church, Sun-
day 7:30 o'clock, followed by refresh-
ments and social hour. At the morn-
ing service, 10:45 o'clock, Mr. Mar-
ley will speak on "Hedonism vs. Com-
munism."
Reformed Students: Rev. D. D.
Bonnema of Grand Rapids will con-
duct the services at 9:30 Sunday
morning in the Michigan League
chapel.

MARKERS GUARD CARAVANS
BENGASI, Cirenaica, Nov. 20.-(IP)
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along the 360 miles between thel
oases of Giaol and Kufra to keep
caravans from straying off the trail

in sand storms and perishing of
thirst.
BLAMES SLIPPERY ELM
Burleigh Grimes says that using
slippery elm ruined his stomach.

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PARAMOUNT NEWS
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SMajestic
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"Big Broadcast"

11:00 to 12:00 a. m.
University Club: Club Night 8:30
. M. Dr. John Sundwall will speak
on "Impressions of Present Day Rus-
sia." Refreshments.
Russian Student Club': Business
meeting in Room No. 302 of the
Michigan Union, 8:00 p .m.
Michigan Dames invite the wife of
any University student to come and
:ring her husband to the first in-
lormal party for husbands to be held

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