instructors in the course. This may be done Monday to Thursday from -The abve trs for 7, point an di vexi x is
9-12 and 2-5. Room 3230 A.H. Sophomore Cabaret: Gob Tap full guaranteed satisfact
rehearsal today at the League. It is g
Sociological Courses-Second Semester: Because of Professor Carr's very important that every woman in NOTICE 611 Hoover.
absence on leave, the following curricular changes have been made: Courses a dance attend. WANTED - Student
156 and 168 will not be given. Course 154 will be given by Mr. Levy and EAT-MEAL tickets $5.50 for $4.50. washing. Phone 3006
limited to 30 students. Course 260 will be given by Mr. Tibbitts. Professors iliat 3 p. m. in Lane Hall. Social hour dinners 40c. Forest Restaurant -Ifyou ritesw
Angell and Holmes will divide the lecturing in Course 51. and program follows. 538 Forest Ave. 25c Coire!pondence Sta1
Note also: Sections 3, 5, 11, and 15 of Course 51 will be omitted. Course
170 will be given Tu and Th at 10 in room 202 Economics instead of Tu and Final Tryouts for $Iilel Players SEASONAL SUGGE3TIONS- Wall , peWiters 1
Th at 9, and will be limited to 40 students. Course 162 is open only to winter production at 2 p. m. in the paper, paint. Samples, estimates. Gretin ds for
those who receive permission of the instructor. Michigan League. Home Decorators since 1905. Dial 0* D. X 0 R R
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Psychology 31. The attention of those students enrolling in this course COMING EVENTS
for the second semester is called to an error in the announcement. The Acolytes will meet Monday evening,
laboratory is scheduled from 2 to 4 instead of from 2 to 5 as announced. Jecember 5. Professor Parker will RIDE TO
The third laboratory hour is represented by the discussion period held 'ead a paper on "The Metaphysics
Monday at 4 in N. S. Aud. for all students. of Value; Critical."
UPhysics Coloquum: Professor S.
LECTURES oudsmit will talk on "Oil Viscos- R
University Lectures: Wednesday, December 7, 4:15 p. m., Natural ies" at 4:15 p. "m. Tuesday, Room
Science Auditorium. Professor A. Souter, of the University of Aberdeen, 041, East Physics Building. All in- Leave Ann Arbor Friday afternoor
Scotland: "A Sportsman Bishop of the Olden Time." terested are cordially invited to at- in a warm. comfortable sedan, a:
Tuesday, December 13, 4:15 p. m., Natural Science Auditorium. Dr. end. in New York City 20 hours later.
Axel Boethius, Director of the Swedish School in Rome: "Domestic Archi- - - Ann Arbor Monday, Jan. 2. RI
tecture in Imperial Rome" (illustrated with lantern slides of recent exca- Junior Research Ciub: Dr. Carle- garanteC POS E eDA, sud.
vations). ton B. Pierce will speak on "The Un-
Thursday, December 15, 4:15 p. m., Room 303 Chemistry Building. scientific Use of the X-Ray" and CallESSKINNER at 678. 51 E.
Dr. F. W. Sullivan, Jr., of the Standard Oil Company, Indiana; "The Ap- Henry M. Kendall on "Climatic Var-
plications of Organic Chemistry to the Petroleum Industry," Roo inathatern nied Statnce Bu
EXHIBITIONS on Tuesday. December 6, at 7:30 p. m.SERVICE
New members will be introduced.
Division of Fine Arts announces an exhibition of works of Six Contem-
porary European and American Painters in West Gallery, Alumni Memor- Chemistry Colloquium: At the next
ial Hall. Exhibition open daily through December 14. meeting, Wednesday, December 7, at
4:15 in Room 303, Dr. J. R. Bates will
Exhibition of Lithographs: Architectural lithographs by David Roberts, discuss, "Photochemistry as a Tool
Joseph Nash, and Samuel Prout, English artists, Architectural Building, in Investigating Chemical Reactions."
daily 9 to 5, excepting Sunday, to December 6, inclusive. Open to public.
Junior Mathematical Society will
EVENTS TODAY meet Tuesday, December 6, 3011 A.H.
Wesley Hall: 6:30 The Ann Arbor Philharmonic Orchestra will have (Continued on Page 6)
charge of the regular Guild meeting. Graduate forum will also meet for a
discussion group. 9:30 a. m. The regular classes will meet with Dr. Blake-
man and Prof. del Toro. Freshmen will discuss "Background of Christianity
in Europe." Dr. Blakeman's group will discuss "Personality and Religion."
3:30 Regular meeting of the Oriental-American group. One of the prime characteristics of the higher types among more advancedcivilizati
Wesleyan Guild Lecture: Dr. Walter Dill Scott, President of North-
western University, will speak on "A.
Modern University,"'at 7:30p. . Today 1:30 to 11 P. M.
In the morning Dr. Fisher will Tdy13 o1 .M
speak on "Opening Our Prison
Harris Hall: Usual student supper
in the Hall at 6:15 p. m. Program Now Playg
for the evening begins at 7:00 p. m.,
Professor Bennett Weaver, director
of the Hopwood Awards of the Uni-
versity of Michigan, will speak. The .
discussion class led by the. Reverend
Henry Lewis will meet immediately
following the program for the eve-
ning at 8:15 p. m.
St. Andrew's Church: Services of
worship this morning are: 8:00 a. m.
The Holy Communion, 9:30 a. m.
Church School, 11:00 a. m. Kinder-
garten, 11:00 a. M. The Holy Com-
munion and Sermon by the Reverend
Presbyterian Student A p p o i n t -
ments 9:30 a. m. Student Classes
meet at the Church House. 10:45
Morning Worship. Theme, "Humor, THE
The Balance Wheel of Character"
Recognition Sunday for Student EPIC THRILLER! !We hope you won't think us crass in suggesting such a thing, but surely
Members. 4:15 Student Volunteer
a n d Foreign Service Association that sends you you aren't one who is satisfied in watching someone else escort and embrace
meeting in the Upper Room, Lane it htco d h oa eie
Hall. 5:30 Social Hour and Supper.u ItOtheclouds the woman you desire. A, of course not. Then neither are you content
6:30 Student Forum. Subject, "An with the airmail to read the most desirable magazine in the country over somebody else's
Adequate Way Toward Peace." Lead-
er, Mr. Gordon Halstead. Remember shoulder. You demand that your enjoyment, your smiles and belly-laughs,
the first of the Month is "Tin Can ' yOU to earth in a
Sunday. There will be no Party Sat- 1. ,ich acome to you direct. In short, you will be delighted to learn that your
urday Night. December GARGOYLE is ready for you today.
Lutheran Student Club regular
meeting this evening, Zion Parish Even more utterly pleasing in content and format than ever before,
the latest GARGOYLE is a thing you'll be proud to have sticking out of
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