LILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
on inthe, Bulletin is constructive notice to allI llembers of the
"sy. Copy 'eceived at the office of the Assistant to the President until
1:30 a. m. Saturday.
Four Die i Lake Plane Crash
Not In Aycord
On Dry Lawi
II11Y IIWkY4rYM YI/ I OV .
SATURIAY, DECEMBER 10, 1932
the Members of the University Council:
will be held on Monday, December 12,
al Hall, Room B. Louis
The next meeting of the
at 4:15 p. m., in Alumni
A. Hopkins, Secretary
University Broadcasting Servie'-Saturday, Dec. 10 at 7:45 p. tn. "Air
isLtance of Motor Vehicles" by Walter E. Lay, Professor of Mechanical
ineering. "The St. Lawrence Shipway" by Ferdinand Menefee, Pro-
or of Engineering Mechanics.
Campus Messenger Service Envelopes: All offices having an excell sup-
7 of those envelopes which may be used a number of times are asked to
irn them to the Business Office through the Campus Messenger Service.
Messiah Concert: The Annual Christmas performance of Handel's
ssiah," under the auspices of the University Musical Society, will be
n in the faculty concert series, Sunday, December 11, at 4:15 o'clock in
Auditorium. The University Choral Union, of three hundred and fifty
es, The School of Music Symphony Orchestra of nearly a hundred play-
Laura Littlefield, Soprano, Arthur Hackett, Tenor, of the School of
ic Faculty; Helen McClafiin, Contralto of Kent, Ohio, and King Kel-
, Bass, of Albion College Conservatory. both former students in the.
ool of Music, will be the soloists. The performance will be conducted by
ical Director Earl V. Moore.
An admission charge of twenty-five cents will be made, the entire pro-
is to be donated to the Ann Arbor Community Fund. Tickets may be
cured on Friday and Saturday at tle several banks and branch banks,
JVahr's and Slater's Book Stores, at the University Music House, Schae-
e and Son, Grinnell Brothers; and at.the desk of the Michigan Union
the Michigan League on Sunday as well. The. Hill Auditorium Box
ce will be openSunday from three o'clock on. In order to avoid con-
ion and confusion and that the concert may begin promptly on time,
public is respectfully urged to procure tickets in advance.
Jnioni Concert: Efrem Zimbalist, distinguished Russian Violin-
the fourth program in the Choral Union Concert Series, Mon-
ecember 12, at 8:15 o'clock in Hill Auditorium, as follows:
tonne; Mendelssohn: Concerto, Allegro, molto appassionata,
lgero molto vivace; Achron: Suite Bizarre, 1. Etincelles 2.
ace, 4. Grimaces, 5. Galanterie, 6. Pastorale, 7. Moment Dram-
arche Grotesque; Kreisler: Tambourin Chinois; Kreisler: La-
pin-Spalding: Waltz in G fiat; Sarasate: Gypsy Airs.
Choral Union Members are requested to return their copies of the Mes-
siah to the office of the School of Music on Monday, between the hours of
9 andi 12 and 1 and 4. At that time, copies of new music to be used, will
be given out and courtesy tickets for the Zimbalist concert, Monday night,
will also be given out to all members whose records are clear and who call in
Interlibrary Loans: Owing to the crowded condition of the mails and
the equally great pressure on express companies, university libraries regu-
larly suspend the operations of interlibrary loan between Decembr 15 and
The University Library will not send out any books on interlibrary loan
between these dates nor can it borrow from libraries while interlibrary
loans are suspended. Persons who are looking forward to studies during the
Christnas recess, for which they wish to procure books on interlibrary loan
from other libraries, are asked to give their request for such loans to the
Superintendent of the Reading Room in the General Library before Decem-
ber 10. W. W. Bishop, Librarian
.iE a ber 12, before
mending Christm as vacation, in p sue of the Regents' regulation:
"Students who leave Ann Arbor for an absence of more than
a week must first return all borrowed books."
2. Failure to return books before the vacation will render the student
liable to an extra fine.
3. Students who have special need for certain books between Decem-
ber 12 and the beginning of the vacation may retain such books by apply-
ing to the Superintendent of Circulation.
4. Students who have special need for certain books during the vaca-
tion, will be given permission to draw these books, provided they are not in
general demand, on application to the Superintendent or Circulation after
December. 12. W. W. Bishop
Vacation Closing Hours for organized houses:
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 11 p. m.; Fri-
day, 1:30 a. m.; Saturday, 12:30 a. m.
Women Students planning to remain in Ann Arbor for the vacation can
secure information as to desirable housing arrangements by calling at the
office of the Dean of Women.
Closing Hour December 15 will be 11 p. m. for Open Nouse at Michigan
Oratorical Association Ushers: Report at Hill Auditorium at 7:20 p. m.
tonight for lecture.
Badminton for Women Students: Badminton tournament draw and
rules for play have been posted on the bulletin board in Barbour Gym-
(Associated Press Photo)
Detroit coast guards worked two days to salvage wreckage of a
fog-blinded plane which fell into Lake Erie, carrying four persons to
their deaths. A salvaging crew is shown with the wreckage of the -
Engineers on Monday, December 12, 7:45. Different aspects of the job sit-
uation will be taken up at that time. (Natural Science Auditorium.).
Research Club will meet Wednesday, December 14, at 8 p. m. in Room
2528 East Medical Building. Papers to be presented are:
1. Experiments in Industrial Inceitives. Professor Z. C. Dickinson,
2. The Development of a Liver Extract for the Treatment of Anemia
by Intravenous Injection. Dr. Raphael Isaacs.
Members are requested to bring their recent reprints, or to send them
to the .Secretary, Dr. E. E. Nelson, before the meeting.
The Council will meet at 7:30 p. in. in the same place.
Romance Journal Club will meet on Tuesday, December 13, at 4:10 in
R.L. 108. Professor Canfield will present "Contributions to the History of
the Comedic hinmaine" and Mr. Scanio will speak on "Pierre Bayle as a
Critic of, History." Graduate students and others interested are cordially
invited to attend,
Freshman Girls' Glee Club regular rehearsal on Monday, December 12,
at 4:00 in lounge 1 of the League.
Graduate Outing Club: A short walk is scheduled for Sunday morning,
leaving Angell Hall at 10 and returning at 12. All graduates and friends
Mass.-Miehigan club meeting at the League Sunday. atI three o'clock.
All those who are going to go home by train, air or bus shotild be .present.
Hindustan Club regular meeting will be held Sunday in Lane Hall at
2:30 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Holstead will be our guests. All Hindu
students are urged to attend. Refi'eslimerits will be served.
Presbyterian Student Appointme~its: Sunday. 9:30 Student Classes at
the Church House. 10:30 Morning Worship, Theme, "Worship, the noblest
Capacity of a Human being." 5:30 Social Hour and supper. 6:30 Student
Forum. Subject, "An adequate Way Toward Peace." Leader, Mr. Gordon
Halstead. 8:00 Christmas Party at the Church House. This Sunday is TIN
Harris Hall: Sunday evening regular student supper at 6:15 p. m. at a
cost of 25 cents. A special Christmas program has been arranged. The dis-
cussion class led by Mr. Lewis will meet at 8:15 p. m. and the' discussion
will be continued on "The Christian Conception of Marriage."
St. Andrew's Church: Services of worship Sunday are: 8:00 a. in. The
Holy Communion, 9:30 a. in. Church School, 11:00 a. in. Kindergarten, 11:00
a. im. Morning Prayer and sermon by the Reverend Edward M. Duff.
Baptist Guild, Sunday, 6:00 p. m.. Four interpretations of Christmas
good will by Miss Jean Davidson, Paul Starkweather, Leland Pence and
Miss Irma Wolfe. Christmas songs and special music.
St. Paul's Lutheran Student Club wishes to extend to all interested a
cordial invitation to join them in their regular Sunday evening meetings.
Sunday, December 11, Rev. O. Turk will give an interesting, illustrated talk
on his work as city missionary in Detroit.
In cooperation with the Young People's Society of the church, the club
will entertain at its annual Christmas Party, to be held at the church cor.
3rd and W. Liberty, on Wednesday, December 14, at 8:00 p. m. Bring a
"dime-store gift"-and a quarter. All are invited to attend!
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said that he would continue to bring
cases to the attention to the prosecu-
tor for the issuance of warrants. He
said that he believed the liquor sit-
uiation no-different legally today than
it was 60 days ago. Sheriff Jacob
B. Andres said that he would con-
tinue to ask warrants on complaints
as in the past.
Prosecutors Will Be Consulted
Oscar G. Olander, commissioner of
public safety, said that the state po-
ice would not enforce the prohibi-
Ion law without first consulting the
>rosecutors in the various counties.
?rosecutor Rapp'said that he was in
)ntire accord with Commissioner
Olander and that he vwould be glad
to hold conferences with the troopers
if and when they wished to receive
an authorization from him before
making an arrest. The Washtenaw
county headquarters of the state po-
lice is at Ypsilaniti.
J. Karl Malcolm, a director of the
Washtenaw Civic League, dry organi-
zation said that no special effort is
being made by the drys to keep the
present statutory laws on the books.
He said that a supreme court declar-
ation of. the present law was being
awaited. No action, he said, has been
taken by the local dry groups since
the election. He indicated, however,
that a distinct program would be
mapped in the near future.
Beach Conger, Jr., local represen-
tative of the Crusaders, national wet
organization, said that the Crusaders
would continue to work fot the re-
peal of all national and state pro-
hibition laws and "subsequent meas-
ures which will assure an adequate
liquor control system in the state of
"At present," he said, "the con-
trol systems in operation in other
countries are being investigated in
an effort to draw . up a plan which
will combine the best features suit-
able to this state and eliminate those
which have been proven to be im-
Novel C oncert
CLOSING OUT all coats, jackets,
reefers and blazers in wool, suede,
corduroy and leather; heavy wool
shirts, sweaters and shoes for
coasting, skiing, hunting, hiking,
etc.; our prices on cold weather
and outing clothing will interest
you. Surplus Supplies Store, 217
North Fourth Ave. 204
NOTICE-If you are driving home
and wish to take passengers with
you so that the cost of the trip will
be minimized call AL the AD-
TAKER, 2-1214. MICHIGAN
SEASONAL SUGGESTIONS- Wall
paper, paint. Samples, estimates.
Home Decorators since 1905. Dial
8107 or 7600. 30c
BARGAINS-overstufed chairs $3.001
to $9.00. Davenports $10.00. Study
tables $2.00. Lamps $1. A & C Fur-
niture, 325 5. Fifth Ave. 22c
LOST-Cigarette case. black and l-
ver. Engraved. Lost on East Uni-
versity last Saturday night. Re-
ward. Call 5593. 197
LOST-Silver cigarette case; initialsl
H. R. inside; reward. Phone 7117
at meal times, otherwise phone
FINANCE CO.-Is selling late model
cars for balance due. 311 W. Huron,
LAUNDRY - Soft water. 2-1044.
Towels free. Socks darned. 13c
WASHING- And ironing. Called for
and delivered. Silks and woolens
guaranteed satisfactory. 2-3478.
611 Hoover. 15e
Discussion of the new basketball
rules will be the main topic in con-
sideration during the ninth annual
basketball rules meeting of the Mich-
iga High School Athletic Associa-
tion, being held here today.
The morningi session will open at
10 a. m. in the Intramural Sports
building with a discussion and dem-
onstration of the new rules.
At 12:15 p. m. a luncheon will be
served at the League, with the Rev.
Frederick B. Fisher as the speaker.
Discussion of the rules will be re-
sumed at 2 p. m. in Hill Auditorium.
FOR RENT-Two-room apartment;
rent $25 per month; electric re--
frigeration. On campus. Phone
FOR RENT-Furniehed apartment
with private bath and shower for
three or four adults; also furnish-
ed apartment for one or two; and
a single room. Steam heat and ga-
rage. Special price to large group,
Available now, week-ends, Christ.
mas vacation, or second semester,
Dial 8544, 422 E. Washington.
FOR RENT-Three large furnished
rooms for light housekeeping.
Light, gas and heat furnished. 206
South Fourth Avenue. 200
TYPING-Grad. theses a specialty,
M. V. Hartsuff. 9087. 40c
STUDENT BARBER - Varsity Bar-
ber Shop, 617 E. Williams. 206
TYPING-Notes, papers, and Grad.
Theses. C. Heckart. 3423. 35c
Cotaacies Will Discuss
New Basketball Rules
that you're riding horde . . . so why
not advertise the factN dat you're looking
for soieone who'l share expenses
Classifieds in The Michigan Daily are
inexpensive --- and very effective..
YPSILANTI, Dec. 9.---Music never
sung before in this state will.'be
heard Dec. 15 when the Normal Col-
lege Choir, undei the direction of
Frederic Alexande\ presents a c n-
cert of Christmas music.
For the first time the choir will
:ing two American part songs:
'Wings of a Dove," by Howard
3rockway, poem by Henry Van Dyke,
4nd "Cheery-ripe," by Leopold Dam-
:osch, verse by Robert Herrick.
Volckmar Leisring's setting of the
ancient Latin hymn, "0 Filii et Fi-
iiae," long in the repertoire of the
Vatican Choir, will be produced for
.he first time in Ypsilanti.
A set of carillons brought from
New York will be used in the prelude
to announce the cathedral bells of
6he. Brossan Waits.
a ~ ea
Al The Ad-Taker
10 has been added, it will meet M.W.F. at 11:00,
Geology 1: Section
Special Lecture Hill Auditorium: John Drinkator, distinguished Eng-
h playwright, poet and critic, will speak in Hill auditorium tonight at 8
m. His subject will be "Literature and the Challenge of Our Age." Mr.
rinkwater's appearance tonight will be one of a limited number to be
ade in this country. The lecture is presented under the auspices of Play
oduction of the Departnient of Speech and General Linguistics. Tickets
e available at Waher's.
University Girls' Glee Club:. Very important meeting at 1:30, at the
ague. Last chance to pay dues.
Dance for Graduate Students: There will be an informal dance for
aduate students at the Women's Athletic Building from nine until twelve
lock. Admission twenty-five cents.
Craftsmen: Meeting at the Masonic Temple at 7:30 p. in. sharp, Comel
d get your team assignment before the Holidays.
Cosmopohtan Club announces its Annual International Christmas
nce and Party to be held in Lane Hall Auditorium between 9 and 12 this
ning. There will be dancing, a special program, and a Christmas tree.
ery one attending is requested to bring an inexpensive gift to be placed
Reformed Students: The weekly religious services held at the Michi-
gan League at 9:30 a. m., Sunday morning have been discontinued for the
remainder of the year.
Lutheran Student Club meeting in Zion Parish Hall, corner Washington
Street and Fifth Avenue, Sunday evening, December 11, at 5:30. It is Men's
Night at the club: the men of the club will furnish the entertainment. A
supper is prepared by the ladies of the church for twenty-five cents.
Student Volunteers: A special Christmas meeting will be held in the
Committee Room at Lane Hall at 9:30 on Sunday morning.
Hillel Players present the second in their monthly program series, at
k:15 o'clock, Sunday evening, in the Hillel Foundation. The program:
"Radio World," a talk by Leonard Kamins; "Piano Moods" of Leon Kaye;
a reading, by Paul Wermer. No admission fee.
Henry W. Longfellow a candidate for the Northwestern
Joins Wildcat Squad University football team next fall.
Longfellow is not a poet but he is
EVANSTON, Ill., Dec. 9.-(Big vwilling to tackle anything. He is
Ten)K-Henry Wadsworth Longfellow just a freshman at Northwestern and
has signified his intentions of being a winner of football numerals.
~Today. Matinee and Evening
PLAY PRODUCTION'S POPULAR
I i "B E. I-IGPAARON
nese Students wishing to join the Chinese Students' Volley Ball
must be present at the two practices to be held in the Intramural
g today at 4:30 p. in. and Monday at 7:30 p. m. League Game on