twelve on Saturday evening, Decem-
.Iy '1' I IA BUL ET~ er 10. An orchestra from Detroit
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will furnish music for dancing, and
Publication In the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the in addition there will be a special
University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President until program and a Christmas tree. Every
3K_________a._m__Saturday_____ one attending is requested to bring
an inexpensive gift to be placed on
VOL. XLI. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1932 No. 64 the tree.
President and Mrs. Ruthven will not be at home to members of the fac- Craftsmen: Meeting at the Masonic
ilty and other residents of Ann Arbor on Sunday, December 11. Temple Saturday at 7:30 p. in. sharp.
'The student tea on December 14 will also be omitted. Come and get your team assignment
before the Holidays.
To the Memubers of the University Council: The next meeting of the
Council will be held on Monday, December 12, at 4:15 p. in., in Alumni Graduate Outing Club: A short
?%emorial Hall, Room B. Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary walk is scheduled for Sunday morn-
ing, leaving Angell Hall at 10 and
,.Messiah Concert: The Annual Christmas performance of Handel's returning at 12. All graduates and
"5essiah," under the auspices of the University Musical Society, will be friends welcome.
given In the faculty concert series, Sunday, December 11, at 4:15 o'clock in
Hil Auditorium. The University Choral Union, of three hundred and fifty Michigan Co-operative Bookstore:!
voices, The School of Music Symphony Orchestra of nearly a hundred play- All faculty members interested in the
ers, Laura Littlefield, Soprano, Arthur Hackett, Tenor, of the School of formation of a co-operative book-
Music Faculty; Helen McClafiin, Contralto of Kent, Ohio, and King Kel- store are requested to attend a meet-
logg; Bass, of Albion College Conservatory, both former students in the ing at the Michigan Union room 302
School of Music, will be the soloists. The performance will be conducted by on Tuesday, December 13, at 7:45
Musical Director Earl V. Moore. p. in. If interested but unable to at-
' adniission, charge of twenty-five cents will be made, the entire pro- tend you are requested to call advice
,eeds to be donated to the Ann Arbor Community Fund. Tickets may be and to vlny supp or
iroctred on Friday and Saturday at the several banks and branch banks,
" Wahr's and Slater's Book Stores, at the University Music House, Schae-
berle and =Son, Grinnell Brothers; and at the desk of -the Michigan Union Hindustan Club regular meeting.
atd the M ichigan League on Sunday as well. The Hill Auditorium Box will be held Sunday in Lane Hall
-Office will be open Sunday from three o'clock on. In order to avoid con- at 2:30 p. . Mr. and Mrs. Gorn
ge frn and confusion and that the concert may begin promptly on time, Holstead will be our guests. All Hitn-
,du students are urged to attend. Re-
the public is respectfully urged to procure tickets in advance, freshments will be served.
Pre-Medical Students: The aptitude test for students expecting to
apply for admission to a medical school by the fall of 1933 will be given in Liberal Students Union: Harold P.
'dm 1025 Angell Hall from '3 to 5 o'clock on Friday, December 9. Student Mar y will rev Iw thFugveby Ro b
lletifica tio, cards and receipts showing payment of the dollar fee must Georgia Chain Gang." Unitarian
be presented at the door. BE ON TIME. Ira M. Smith church, Sunday, 7:30 p. in. Topic
for the morning service, at 10:45,
Giaddiate Students Applying for Teachers' Certificates: Will all stu- will be, "Two Tentmakers."
dents enrolled. in the Graduate' School who are planning to receive
Teachers' Certificates during the current year please report at the Record-
er's.Office of the School of Education at their early convenience. S
C. O. Davis, Secretary But Marches At Ball
Beggar on horseback: Because of popular demand Play Production will MINNEAPOLIS, Dec. 8. - (Big
give a SATURDAY MATINEE of their current play, BEGGAR ON MORSE- Ten)-To have one's big toe laid
BACK. 'The urtain is at 2:30. The production will continue through Sat- up is unpleasant enough but when
urdtay night. Goodwseats are still available for the Saturday performances, one is scheduled to march sixth at
For reservations call 4121 e:tension 789. the Military Ball it is a catas-
Thomas Kahelmacher, cadet
Chinese Students: Students interested in obtaining a club picture may major in the R. 0. T. C. and as-
hae saie by calling at Rentschler's studio. The price is $1.75. In the event sociate chairman of the ball, took
that more than 36 are sold each student will receive a refund of 25 cents. his dress sword home the night
before to practice up on military
ACADEMIC NOTICES flourishes. While brandishing the
English II classes will not meet today. The written work assigned Mon- blade in the privacy of his room
cay should be left at the English Office by 4 o'clock this afternoon. Text- Kachelmacher lost hold of the
books will be needed in class Monday. G. D. Helm whirling sword, which struck the
_ __wl b n e d i c a M o a .. D H lw all a n d d escen d ed o n h is to e,
Aero. 6-Wind Tunnel Laboratory: All senior Aeronautical Engineer- protectedhonly by bedroom slip-
ig students who are planning on taking Aero. 6, Wind Tunnel Laboratory, toe, the major was able to attend
d'uring the second semester should see the notice on the Aeronautical En- the ball.
g4neering Department bulletin board at once.
EVENTS TODAY Russian agricultural production in
1932 seems likely to fall far short of
Freshman Students in L., S., & A. College: All non-fraternity, Freshman the official plans for the season, says
lit. students are requested to meet at 7:30 p. in. in Room 302 of the Union. the department of agriculture.
Theosophical Society meeting at 8 p. m. in the League. Professor N. H.
Anfling, of the mathematics department, will speak on the subject of "Py-
ihagoras." Visitors welcome.
Dancing classes for Junior women wishing to try out for chorus work TON IGH T IS
in Junior Girls' Play will meet at 4 p. in. in Barbour Gymnasium. GUEST NIGHT
Minie meets in Room 302 Michigan Union at 4:45. It is important that Buster Keaton
al merbers are present.
Chinese Students: There will be a meeting of all those interested in "SPEAK EASI LY"
V$ le' ball in the Intramural Building Friday at 7:30 p. m. and Saturday
at 4:30. There will be a game on Monday at 7:30 p. m. LAST DAY
Au Anti-War Conference will meet at 4: 15, in Room 231 Angell Hall. "Painted Woman"
All those interested in discussing war and the possibilities of effective action
'ainst war are urged to attend. It is important that all those planning to TOMORROW !
fteId the Chicago Anti-War Congress be at this meeting. Professor On-
derdonk will lecture and show slides. You'll Say
A dinner will be given in honor of Dr. Lynn Harold Hough, of Drew TWhat D'ya
University, and formerly pastor of the Central M E Church in Detroit, at
6:15, at Harris Hall. Dr. Hough will speak on: "Religion in our Day; it's Mean, Around
task." Please make a reservation by calling Lane Hall 8969: all are invited. Fhe orner?
Wesley Hall: Christmas Programs. Friday 8 p. W. Social program. It's Here NOW!
Sunday, at 6:30 p. m. Religious program led by the members of Kappa Phi.
1932'S HIT OF
Lutheran Student Club Christmas Party at 8:00 p. m., in the Zion Lu-
theran Parish Hall, 309 Washington Street. Each member is to bring a 10 HAPPINESS
cent gift in addition to 25 cents to defray the expenses of the party. Any
Lutheran Student who is not a member of the club and who wishes to come,
may do so.
aptist Guild Dramatics Club will present "The Maid of France" by ..
Uaroid Brighouse, at the First Baptist church at 8:00 p. M. No admission r
fee, and a welkome to everyone. Following the play members of the Guild
will has c a Christmas party at the Guild House.
1il Auditorium Special Lecture: John Drinkwater, distinguished play-
wright, poet, and critic will speak in Hill auditorium Saturday night, De-
cember 10, on the subject, "Literature and the Challenge of Our Age." This
lecture is presented under the auspices of Play Production of the Depart-
ment of Speech and General Linguistics.
Psychological Journal' Club will meet on December 13, at 7:30 p. m. in
Room 3126 N.S. Dr. H. F. Adams will discuss the topic, "Spearman's two
factor theory, and the three factor
theory. All interested are cordially
invited. A n n u a l International Christmas
-___Dance and Party to be held in Lane
Cosmopolitan Club announces its Hall Auditorium between nine and in the
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