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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FFICIAL BULLETINI

J" J

uaiu u U the Bulletn i constructive notice to all members of the
Jniversity Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President until
:30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday.
L. XL1I 'SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1932 No. 59
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
i Arbor. The tea on December 11 will be omitted.
University Broadcasting Service-Saturday, Dec. 3 at 8 p. m. "Com-
ity Control of Juvenile Delinquency" by Lowell J. Carr, Professor of.
Lology. "Anemia" by Cyrus C. Sturgis, Professor of Internal Medicine..
Applicants for University Scholarships: The following students are re-
sted to meet the Scholarship Committee in room 212 Chemistry Build-
at the time indicated in this notice:

planned for this week-end, (Dec. 3),
leaving Angell Hall at 3 today 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,
be taken by car. If interested, call}
6649.
All Women Students Invited: A
skating party will be held by the Wo-
men's Athletic Association today. Be-
ginners may receive instruction.
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.
Sophomore Cabaret: There will be
no Gob Tap rehearsal today, but a
full rehearsal will be held Sunday
at the League. It is very important
that every woman in a dance attend.
Craftsmen: Meeting at the Masonic
Temple at 7:30p. m. Come prepared
to work. Tryouts for degree team.

Union, Wednesday, December 7, 6:00
p. m. Speaker, Dean H. C. Sadler.
Tickets may be obtained at the table
in West Engineering Building (near
room 221) on Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday.
Professor William M. Gilbert, of
Drew Theological Seminary, Madison,
N. J., will meet all students interest-
ed in religious subjects, or who plan
to go into the ministry, at a lunch-
eon at the Michigan League, Mon-
day, December 5, at 12:15. Luncheon
free. Make reservations with Mrs.
Alber at Lane Hall before Monday
at 12 o'clock.
"The Truth About Soviet Russia"
will be the subject of a lecture to
be given by Maurice Sugar, promin-
ent American attorney, who has re-
cently returned from an extended
tour of Soviet Russia, in the Natural
Science Auditorium on Wednesday,
December 7, at 8:00 p. m. The pub-
lic is invited.

class led by the Reverend Henry
Lewis will meet immediately follow-
ing the program for the evening at
8:15 p. m.
Wesleyan Guild Lecture: Dr. Wal-
ter Dill Scott, President of North-
western University, will speak on "A1
Modern University," at 7:30 p. m.+
Sunday. In the morning Dr. Fisher-
will speak on "Opening Our Prison,
Doors."
St. Andrew's Church: Services of
worship are: 8:00 a. m. The Holy
Communion, 9:30 a. m. Church
School, 11:00 a. m. Kindergarten,
11:00 The Holy Communion and Ser-
mon by the Reverend Henry Lewis.
Presbyterian Student Appointments
Sunday 9.: 30 a. m. Student Classes
meet at the Church House. 10:45
Morning Worship. Theme, "Humor,
The Balance Wheel of Character"
Recognition Sunday for Student
Members. 4:15 Student Volunteer
a n d Foreign Service Association
(meeting in the Upper Room, Lane
Hall. 5:30 Social Hour and Supper.
6:30 Student Forum. Subject, "An
Adequate Way Toward Peace." Lead-
er, Mr. Gordon Halstead. Remember
the first of the Month is "Tin Can
Sunday. There will be no Party Sat-
urday Night.

Man 103 Years Of Age
GrantedsDriving License
LANSING, Mich., Dec. 1.-The dis-
tiction of being the home of the
the five members who attended the
Ohio Valley Regional Conference at
Pittsburgh will make a report on the
main speeches and forums, and tell
about their interesting adventures in
that city.

Michigan, has been transferred fromi
Grand Rapids to Mancelona.
Thomas K. Hill of Mancelona, re-
cently was granted a driver's license
by the Department of State after Mr.
Hill showed his ability to drive prop-
erly in a test given by the Depart-
ment of Public Safety. In his appli-
cation Mr. Hill gave his age as 103
years.

CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

Tuesday, Dec. 6
Adam, D. E.
Austin, P. L.
Bury, W. M.
Carter, W. T.
Clifford, Arthur
Di Pasquole, V. C.
Thursday, Dec. 8
Kuhne, E. R.
La Cava, J. A.
Layton, A. L.
Messner, S. A.
Netzorg, D. L.
Payton, Barbara
Pierce, R. L.

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Giddings, M. L.
Goss, A. E.
Heald, M. L.
Houck, L. C.
Hufton, W. L.
Ronopinski, E. J.
Raymond, J. J.
Reynolds, R. E.
Roe, R. W.
Smith, W. J.
Steffenson, Ellis
Walker, Polly

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College of Pharmacy Class Elections Tuesday Dec. 8, room 22. Chem.

Senior class at 4:00.
Sophs at 4:30.
Prosh at 4:45.

Beggar on Horseback Cast: Full dress rehearsals with all members in
cast, Saturday, and Sunday evenings, promptly at 7:00. Special pan-
ine rehearsal Saturday at 1:00.
ACADEMIC NOTICES
Music B124, Tu, Thu. 9, 311 H.A. A course in Richard Wagner and the
sic Drama will be substituted for the second semester course in 18th
tury. Prerequisites Music 41 or B37, or B38 or the permission of the
xuctor. Glenn D. MoGeoch
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.Marckwardt.
Engl ish 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-Tuesday 10 3217 A.H. Everett.
English 48-Section 6-Tuesday 2 3217 A.H. Proctor.
English 88-(B) MWF 9. 407 Library. Bader.

Mixer for Catholic students andj
friends, and a Reception for Catholic
members of the faculty, from three
until five o'clock in the Ballroom of
the Michigan Union. Music by the{
Union Orchestra. Added attraction,
the "Singing Vagabonds," Varsity
Quartet.
Art Cinema League: Because the
great demand for tickets for Ten
Days That Shook The World, we are
showing an overflow performance at
8:15 p. m. at the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre. The show will be in its
entirety. Tickets, twenty five cents.
All seats reserved. Call or phone for
reservations.
COMING EVENTS1
Acolytes will meet Monday evening,
December 5. Professor Parker will
read a paper on "The Metaphysics
of Value; Critical."
Economies Club meeting on Mon-
day, December 5, at 7:45 p. m., Room
306, Michigan Union. Mr. R. J. Bur-
roughs, of the Department of Eco-
nomics, will speak on "A Study of
Mortgage Delinquencies." Graduate
students and members of the facul-
ies of the Department of Economics
and of the School of Business Admin-
istration, as well as others interested,
are invited to attend.
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
make reservations which must be
made by Tuesday noon, December 6.
Bookshelf and Stage Section of
the Faculty' Women's Club will meet
with Mrs. C. L. Clarke, 1101 Berk-
shire, Tuesday, December 6, at 2:45
p. m. Mrs. E. A. Stalker will be the
assisting hostess.
Annual A.S.M.E. Student-Faculty
Banquet will be held at the Michigan

Sub-section of the Bookshelf and
Stage Section of the Faculty Wo-
men's Club will hold its first meeting
at the home of Mrs. Donald Murphy,
321 Lakewood, Tuesdil, December
6, at 2:45 p. m.
Wesley Hall Sunday 6:30 The Ann
Arbor Philharmonic Orchestra will
have charge of the regular Guild
meeting. Graduate forum will talso
meet for a discussionx group. 9:30
a. m. The regular classes will meet
with Dr. Blakeman and Prof. del
Toro. Freshmen will discuss "Back-
ground of Christianity in Europe."
Dr. Blakeman's group will discuss
"Personality and Religion." 3:30
Regular meeting of the Oriental-
American group.
Harris Hall: Usual student supper
Sunday. evening at 8:15 o'clock at a
cost of 25 cents. The program will
begin at 7:00 p. in., Professor Ben-
nett Weaver, director of the Hop-
wood Awards of the University of
Michigan will speak. The discussion

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.
Reformed Students: Rev. D. D.
Bonneina of Grand Rapids will con-
duct the services at 9:30 Sunday
morning in the Michigan League
chapel.
Esperanto: Professor Leroy Water-
man, Cl. L. Meader, C. E. Stillman,
and Dr. F. S. Onderdonk will talk
on Dec. 8, at 4:15 in room 231 An-
gell Hall. The public is invited.
Lutheran Student Club regular
meeting, Sunday evening, December
4, Zion Parish Hall, corner of Wash-
ington Street and Fifth Avenue. Af-
ter supper (served at 6:00 o'clock)

Foreign Service Association meets
at 4:15 Sunday Afternoon in the Up-
per Room, Lane Hall. All students
interested in working in a foreign
Country are invited to meet at this
time with Mr. Gordon Hallstead. Dr.
Frederick B. Fisher is to be a guest
of the association on Sunday,

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FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Two room apartment,
rent reduced $10.00; electrical re-
frigeration. Phone 7561. 180
NOTICT
IT IS NOT too early to order Christ-
mas cards. Our greeting card dept.
is large and complete. Francisco
Boyce. 723 N. Univ. 29

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
BARGAINS-overstuffed chairs $3.00
to $9.00. Davenports $10.00. Study
tables $2.00. Lamps $1. A & C Fur-
niture, 325 S. Fifth Ave. 22c
LOST
LOST-Large cameo brooch on either
Glenwood, E. University or at the
Michigan League. Reward to
finder. Call in evening, Phone
8677.
LOST-Man's Gruen wrist watch
with silver strap. A family keep-
sake. Please return. No questions
asked. Liberal reward. Call 6017.
WANTED
TYPING-Grad. thesis a specialty.
M. V. Hartsuff. 9087. 40c
FOIL SALE
FINANCE CO.-Is selling late model
cars for balance due. 311 W. Huron,
2-2001. 19c
LAUNDRIES
LAUNDRY - Soft water. 2-1044.
Towels free. Socks darned. Meo
WASHING-And ironing. Called for
a~nd delivered. Silks and woolens
guaranteed satisfactory. 2-3478.
611 Hoo ver. 15c

WANTED - Student and
washing. Phone 3006'

family
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Englsh 31-Second $emester-1933
Days Hour Room Instructor
MWF 8 2231 A.H. Leedy
MWF 9 231 A.H Roellinger
MWF 9 209 A,H. Leedy
MWF 10 2215 A.H. Bebout
MWF 10 206 U.H. M. Williams
MWF 11 1209 A.H. Hutchins.
MWF 1 2231 A.H. Weimer
MWF 1 3231 A.H. Tenney
MWF 2 302 S.W. Tenney
MWF 8 225 A.H. Roellinger
MWF 10 229 A.IH. Schenk

Days
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English 32
Room
2219 A.R.
2215 A.H.
215 A.H.
1018 A.H.
2215 A.H.
1209 A.H.
2235 A.H.
209 U.H.
103 R.L.
2235 A.H.
35 A.H.
103 R.L.
209 U.H.
1209 A.H.
3209 A.H.
2231 A.H.
2215 A.H.
2235 A.H.
2231 A.H.
2225 A.H.

Instructor
Brown
Litzenberg
R. Williams
Davis
Litzenberg
Hutchins
Hornberger
Helm
Nelson
Webster
Everett
Modder
R. Williams
Curtis
Bader
Mueschke
Hawkins
Rowe
Modder
Hawkins

Today!
YOU WILL LIKE

En lish 48: Elections in English
instructors in the course. This may
0-12 and 2-5. Room 3230 A.H.
French Courses--Second Semester:.
The followving sections not listed in
tze Announcement of the Literary
ege wibe offered in the second'
seste f,. ,1932-33.
Frenh i. c. 12, MTTF at 11, 306
R.L. Frenci 101, Sec. 5, MWF at 10,
308 RI>. Assistant ProfessorRovil-
bain. X_ rcnch 114, Sec. 9, MWF at 1,
307 R .L., Mr. Herman. French 114,
ec. 21.0, MWF at 8, 312 R.L., Mr. Her-
,ra n. " ench 115, Sec. 4, TT at 8,
;t2 R.L., Dr. Cloppet. French 115,
a .. ' MWF at 2, 303 R.L., Assistant
re Jobin. French 116, Sec. 6,
W at 1, 209 R.L., Mr. Koella.
EVENTS TODAY
Angell Hall Observatory: The pub-
lic is invited from 7:00 to 10:00 this
rig to observe the moon. Chil-
drei must be accompanied by adults.
Cosmopolitan Club meeting at 8
p. m. in Lane Hall Auditorium. Pro-
fessor Robert B. Hall will give a lec-
ture on "Japan-Its Natural Re-
sources as a Cause of its Recent Ex-

48 must be approved by one of the
be done Monday to Thursday from
Michigan
Last Times Today!

THE
EPIC THRILLER!
that sends you
up inter the clouds
with the airmail
fliers and brings
you to earth in a
terrific human
drama!

The Gloom Chaser

VICTOR McLAGLEN
in that Roaring Farce
"RACKETY,
RAX"
Greta Nissen Nell O'Day
"SUNKIST SWEETIES"
Andy Clyde Comedy
"MOVIE ALBUM"

A UNIVERSAL PICTURE
with RALPH BELLAMY,
Gloril a Stuart, Pat
O'Brien, Lilian Bond,
Russell Hopton.

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