THE MICHIGAN DAILY1
LILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
tioxi in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
city Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President until
1:30 a. m. Saturday.
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1932
President and Mrs. Ruthven will be at home to the students of the
versity on Wednesday, Dec. 7, from four to six o'clock. The tea on De-
iber 14 will be omitted.
University Broadcasting Service-Wednesday, Dec. 7 at 2 p. m. "Books
Hobbies" by Miss Edith Thomas. "Commercial Education by John M.
'tten, Instructor in Commercial Education.
Freshmen from the following schools are reminded of the conferences
,h their principals in the Registrar's Office, Thursday, December 8:
Ann Arbor, Arthur Hill, Battle Creek, Birmingham, Cranbrook, Culver,
arborn, Detroit: Cass, Central, Cooley, Country Day, Eastern, Hudson,
ss Newman's, Northeastern, Northern, Northwestern, Pershing, Redford,
itheastern, Southwestern, Western, Detroit University School; Fordson,
osse Pointe, Highland Park, Jackson, Manchester, Monroe, Mt. Clemens,
rthville, Owosso, Paton Hall, Plymouth, Pontiac, Royal Oak, Saginaw,
ead; University (meeting at high school); Wyandotte: Roosevelt; Ypsi-
Students who entered the University this year from Flint Junior Col-
e will meet with Dean Shattuck on December 8 also, but freshmen from
Flint Central and Northern High Schools will meet their principals on
dnesday, December 7. Ira M. Smith, Registrar
Upperclassmen: Former students of the schools listed above are invited
call at the Registrar's Office, December 8, to meet with the principals.
you will call Extension 373 you can learn at what hours your principal
.1 be having interviews. Ira M. Smith, Rgeistrar
Interlibrary Loans: Owing to the crowded condition of the mails and
e equally great pressure on express companies, university libraries regu-
ly suspend the operations of interlibrary loan between December 15 and
degree in Political Science who have not completed their language require-
ments will please consult with Professor Hayden, 2034 A.H. Wednesday or
Friday at 9:30 or Tuesday at 1:45.
Tap Dancing--University Women: Anyone interested is invited to
learn to tap dance Wednesday afternoons at 4 o'clock. Beginners at the
Women's Athletic Building. Intermediates in the Basement at Barbour
Geology I: The make-up field trip senedule is posted on the bulletin
board near Geology Office, 2051 N.S. All field trip absences must be made
up at the time scheduled.
The make-up bluebook will be given Friday at 4:00 in Room 2051 N.S.
Second freshmen lecture in Hygiene for men, will be given in Water-
man Gymnasium, Thursday and Friday, December 8 and 9th, at 3-4 and 5
p. m. This requirement includes all freshmen in the regular physical train-
ing groups, athletic squads and others that have been excused from these
Natural Science Building. G. P. Mc-
Callum will discuss forest manage-
ment from the point of view of the
Chemistry Colloquium at 4:15 in
Room 303, Dr. J. R. Bates will dis-
cuss, "Photochemistry as a Tooldin
Investigating Chemical Reactions."
Annual A.S.M.E. Student-Faculty
Banquet will be held at the Michigan
Union, 6:00 p. m. Speaker, Dean H.
C. Sadler. Tickets may be obtained
at the table in West Engineering
Building (near room 221) today.
Chemical Engineering Seminar:
Mr. 0. T. Zimmerman will be the
speaker at 4 o'clock in Roon 3201
E. Eng. Bldg., on the subject, "The
Pressure, Volume and Temperature
Relationships of Petroleum Hydro-
Freshmen Men's Glee Club: Meet-
ing at 5:00 p. m. in the Musical Ac-
I tivities Room of the Union.
eon meeting in Union this noon. All
pledges are expected to attend.
Sigma Rho Tau: Important meet-
ing at the Union 7:30 p. m. Prof.
J. L. Brunm, Head of the Journalism
Department, will speak.
Gargoyle Business Staff: Import-
ant meeting at 3:30 p. m.
"The Truth About Soviet Russia"
will be the subject of a lecture to
be given by Maurice Sugar, promin-
ent Detroit attorney, who has recent-
ly returned from a tour of Soviet
Russia, at the Natural Science Audi-
torium at 8 p. m. .No admission
Harris Hall: Open house this af-
ternoon at Harris Hall from four to
six at which time tea will be served.
men's Club meets at 8:15 p. m. at the
home of Mrs. John Johnstone, 839
Oakland Ave. A program of Rus-
sian music will be presented under
the direction of Mrs. A. A. Christ-
Please call Mrs. Johnstone, 23779,
Phi Epsilon Kappa will meet in the
Union, Thursday, Room 304, 7:30
Iota Alpha regular meeting on
Thursday, December 8, at T:30 p. m.
in Room 3201 E. Eng. Bldg. Professor
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G. A. May
English II-Second Semester
221 A.H. Stevens
229 A.H. (closed)r
3217 A.H. Schenk
2203 A.H. Reed
221 A.H. Binkley
229 A.H. (closed)
2219 A.H. Webster
203 U.H. Curtis
3231 A.H. Walter
225 A.H. Stevens
209 A.H. Rowe
2231 A.H. Peterson
2054 N.S. Proctor
3231 A.H. Morris
225 A.H. Abbot
225 A.H. Litzenberg
229 A.H. M. Williams
2215 A.H. (closed)
2203 A.H. Hornberger
221 A.H. Baker
3209 A.H. Binkley
215 A.H. Hoag
229 A.H. Schenk
3217 A.H. Stevens
209 A.H. Binkley
215 A.H. Baker
221 A.H. Hoag
3231 A.H. Baker
3217 A.H. Palmer
3217 A.H. Knode
3209 A.H. Hungerford
3231 A.H. Weimer
215 A.H. Helm
3231 A.H. Helm
University Girls' Glee Club usual
weekly rehearsal at the League at
7:30 p. m. in their Glee Club room.
Sigma Delta Chi: Regular lunch-
The last talks for parents on "The
Child's Approach to Religion" will
be held this afternoon in the AlumT
nae Room of the Michigan League
at four o'clock instead of three
o'clock as previously has been the
custom. Professor DeWitt H. Parker,
will speak on "The Value of Religion."
Music Section of the Faculty Wo-
"CALL HER SAVAGE"
The University Library will not send out any books on interlibrary loan
tween these dates nor can it borrow from most libraries while interlibrary
aans are suspended. Persons who are looking forward to studies during the
hristmas recess, for which they wish to procure books on interlibrary loan
om other libraries, are asked to give their requests for such loans to the
uperintendent of the Reading Room in the General Library before Decem-
r 10. W. W. Bishop, Librarian
Pre-Medical Students: The aptitude test for students expecting to
pply for admission to a medical school by the fall of 1933 will be given in
oom 1025 Angell Hall from 3 to 5 o'clock on Friday, December 9. Student
lentification cards and receipts showing payment of the dollar fee must
e presented at the door. BE ON TIME. Ira M. Smith
Qualifying Examination in Education: The next series of Qualifying
xaminations required for students planning to carry on directed teaching
ext semester will be held on Saturday, January 14, from 9-12 o'clock in the
uditorium of the University High School. Students concerned should con-
Lt the instructor in Special Methods in accordance with their interest.
The next COMPREHENSIVE EXAMINATION IN EDUCATION will be
eld on Saturday, January 21, 1933. C. 0. Davis, Secretary
Irving Pichel '
"BUGS IN LOVE
Fox Picture 4
- ADDED FEATURES
Coming Thursay --
Car Give-Away Between Shows
Bring Your Stubs
in the School of Forestry and Con-
Graduate Students Applying for Teachers' Certificates: Will all s
nts enrolled in the Graduate School who are planning to rece
eachers' Certificates during the current year please report at the Reco
's Office of the School of Education at their early convenience:
C. O. Davis, Secretary
Hygiene Lectures-Women. Lists of grade§ for students who were r
tered for Hygiene Lectures this fall have been posted in Barbour Gy
asium. Students who have received Incompletes must remove such gra
Graduate Students in Political Science: Candidates for the mast
BEGGARon' MORSE BACK"
University Lecture: Wednesday,
December 7, 4:15 p. m., Natural Sci-
ence Auditorium. Professor A. Souter,
of the University of Aberdeen, Scot-
land: "A Sportsman Bishop of the
servation at 11 a. m. in Room 20541
AND YOU G ET A
. DTE NA-T TAST E
Oratorical Association L e c t u r e
Course: Frederic William Wile will
eg- speak in Hill auditorium tomorrow
ym- night on the subject: "Behind the
des Scenes in Washington." The talk will
be an informal analysis of conditions
in Washington this week dealing pri-
er's marily with the possible action of the
short-session of Congress on prohibi-
tion, government expenditures, and
other questions. Tickets are available
For Reservations Call
4121 Ext. 789
Daily 10 A. M. to 8 P. M.
Special Lecture in Hill Auditorium:
John Drinkwater, distinguished Eng-
lish poet, playwright, biographer and
critic, will speak in Hill auditorium
on Saturday, Dec. 10, at 8 p. m., on
the subject "Literature and the Chal-
lenge of . our Age." This lecture is
presented under the auspices of Play
Production of the department of
Speech a n d General Linguistics.
Tickets are available at Wahr's.
La Sociedad Hispanica meets at
7:30 in the League. Mr. Arturo Plard
will speak. All those interested are
invited to come.
Forestry Asembly: For all students
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