ILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
ion in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
tty. Copy ieceived at the office of the Assistant to the President until
:30 a. m. Saturday.
Halstead. 8:00 Christmas Party at the Church House. This Sunday is TIN
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.
sue deadline, all members must be
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1932
President and Mrs. Ruthven will not be at home to members of the fac-
ty and other residents of Ann Arbor on Sunday, December 11.C
The student tea on December 14 will also be omitted.
University Broadcasting Service-Sunday, Dec. 11, at 5 p. m. "The
education. of Exceptional Children" by Dr. Louis W. Keeler, Assistant Pro-;
essor of Educational Psychology. "Books for Christmas Gifts" by Miss
|dith Thomas. At 8:30 p. m. "Some Illustrations in Speech Defects" by
[enry Moser' of the Speech Department. "Retail Credit" by Charles L.
amison, Professor of Business Policy, School of Business Administration.
G adaeStudents Applying for Teachers' Certificates: Will all stu-
ents enrolled in the Graduate School who are planning to receive
'eachers' Certificates during the current year please report at the Record-
fa Qfiee of the School of Education at their early convenience.
C. O. Davis, Secretary
Twilight Organ Recital Omitted: On account of the congestion in
Wusilal events and other conflicts, there will be no Twilight Organ Recital
his week. The next recital will take place on Wednesday following the
..t as reces&.'
Interlbrary Loans: Owing to the crowded condition of the mails and
lie. equally great pressure on express companies, university libraries regu-
4rly suspend the operations of interlibrary loan between Decembr 15 and
The University Library will not send out any books on interlibrary loan
etween these dates nor can it borrow from libraries while interlibrary
oans are suspended, Persons who are looking forward to studies during the
whristmas recess, for which they wish to procure books on interlibrary loan
wrn ether libraries, are asked to give their request for such loans to the
i ,deut of thQ Reading Room in the General Library before Decem-
er 10. W. W. Bishop, Librarian
Capus Messenger Service Envelopes: All offices having excess sup-
>1y of those envelopes which may be used a number of times are asked to
etwrn them to the Business Office through the Campus Messenger Service.
SWomen Students planning to remain in Ann Arbor for the vacation can
ecure lnformation as to desirable housing arrangements by calling at the
woe of the Dean of Women.
Closin lHour December 15 will be 11 p. m. for Open House at Michigan
Vaation Closing hours for organized houses:
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 11 p. in.; Fri-
Tr, 130 a.. n.; Saturday, 12:3O a. m.
1M siah Concert: The Annual Christmas performance of Handel's
' i" under the apices of the University Musical Society, will be
v in the faculty concert series, Sunday, December 11, at 4:15 o'clock in
Gill' Auditorium. The U~nversity Choral Union, of three hundred and fifty
es, e School of Music Symphony Orchestra of nearly a hundred play-
i ws, ura Littlefied, Soprano, Arthur Hackett, Tenor, of the School of
sie ?aculty; Helen McClafiin, Contralto of Kent, Ohio, and King Kel-
, Bass, of Albion College Conservatory. both former students in the
to" of Musio, wa, ll be the soloists. The performance will be conducted by
*ueleal Director Ear1 V. Moore.
An adnisslon charge of twenty-five cents will be made, the entire pro-
ceeds to be donated to the Ann Arbor Community Fund. Tickets may be
rpured on Friday and Saturday at the several banks and branch banks,
st Wa~hr's and Slater's Book $tores, at the University Music House, Schae-
berie and S , rnnell Brothers; and at the desk of the Michigan Union
ac thle f ichigan League on Sunday as well. The Hill Auditorium Box
wi%0 be ope4,. Sunday from three o'lck on. Di order to avoid con-
and confu , and tht the concert may begin promptlayon time,
phe ublie is respectfully urged to procure tickets in advance.
Choral Union, woert: Efrem Ziimbalist, distinguished Russian Violin-
r, will give the fourth program in the Choral Union Concert Series, Mon-
a nIght, December 12, at 8:15 o'clocl in Hill Auditorium, as follows:
itWL: owaconie; Mendelssohn: Concerto, Allegro, molto appassionata,
Andanta, Allegero molto vivace; Achron: Suite Bizarre, 1. Etinceles 2.
S , 4.4 Grace, 4. Grimaces, 5. Galanterie, 6. Pastorale, 7. Moment Dram-
tiue, . 14arche Qrotesque; Kreisler: Tambourin Chinois; Kreisler: La-
"lta a; Chopin-Spalding: Waltz in G fiat; Sarasate: Gypsy Airs.
Choral Jnion Members are requested to return their copies of the Mes-
sa to the office of the School of Music on Monday, between the hours of
; and 12 and 1 and 4. At that time, copies of new music to be used, will
glen out.and courtesy tickets for the Zimbalist concert, Monday night,
1ll also be given out to all members whose records are clear and who call in
St. Paul's Lutheran Student Club wishes to extend to all interested a pid
cordial invitation to join them in their regular Sunday evening meetings.
Sunday, December 11, Rev. 0. Turk will give an interesting, illustrated talk l
on his work as city missionary in Detroit. ty
In cooperation with the Young People's Society of the church, the club at
will entertain at its annual Christmas Party, to be held at the church cor. of
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!t
Faculty Women's Club: The formal
ception and dance will be held
.esday evening, December 13, at
ne o'clock in the ballroom of the
chigan League. There will 'be
les for cards in the Grand Ra-
Play-reading Section of the Facul-
Women's Club will meet Tuesday
2:15, in the Grand Rapids Room
the Michigan League.
The Newcomers Section of the Fac-
ly Woman's Club is cordially in-
ted to attend a Christmas party
W ednesday afternoon, December
th, at 3 o'clock in the Grand Ra-
ds Room of the Michigan League.
ease bring a small gift.
NOTICE-If you are driving home
and Neish to take passengers with
you so that the cost of the trip will
be minimized call AL the AD-
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Hillel Players present the second in their monthly program series, at
8:15 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.
FINANC CO.-Is selling late model
cars for balance due. i11 W. Huron,
FOR RENT-Two-room apartment;
rent $25 per month; electric re-
frigeration. On campus. Phone
FOR RENT-Furnished apartment
with private bath and shower, for
three or four adults; also furnish-
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a single room. Steam heat and ga-
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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
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Students At Wisconsin
Must Write Own Exams
Vulcans will hold a dinner meeting at 5:45 p. m. Sunday-n the Union Adelphi House of Representatives
Tower.dwill hold an important business meet-
T__wer___ing Tuesday, Dec. 13 on the fourth
floor of Angell Hall at 7:30. All mem-
Mass.-Michigan club meeting at the League Sunday at throe o'clodk. bers must attend. Smokes will be
All those who are going to go home by train, air or bus should be present. given out.
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 Student Christian Association For-
students are urged to attend. Refreshments will be served, um: Dr. Francis S. Onderdonk will
--___ _-- discuss "How Vienna Eliminated Her
COMING EVENTS Slums," an illustrated discussion in
t~hF Aritpelia Auditorium Tues=
LOoT-Cigaret e case. black and sil-
ver. Engraved. Lost on east Uni-
versity last Saturday night. Re-
ward. Call 5593. 197
L0SI-Silver cil-atette case; initials
IT . inside; toward. Phone 7117
at tneal tims, otherwise phone
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Special Assembly. There will be an assembly for all students enrolledj
in Education classes in the University High School Gymnasium at 4:10
Tuesday, December 13. Senio's doing directed teaching in physical educa-
tion will give a demonstration of methods. The program will be of interest
to teachers of academic subjects.
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 Incentives. 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. m. in the same place.
Mathematical Club: The December meeting of the Mathematical Club
will be held Tuesday, December 13, at 7:30 p. m. in 3201 Angell Hall. Pro-
fessor C. J. Coe will speak on "Displacements of a Rigid Body." Please
note that the hour has been changed in order to avoid conflict with the
reception and dance of the Faculty Women's Club.
Botanical Journal Club' will meet Tuesday, Dec. 13, at 7:30 p. m. in
Room 1139 N.S. Papers by Dr. Mains, Miss Clover, Miss Davidson, Mr.
Fischer, Mr. Griffin, and Mr. Tiodd. All interested are cordially invited.
Physics Colloquium: Mr. R. W. Smith will talk on "The Effect of For-
eign Gasses on the Electrical Conductivity of a Rare Gas Irradiated with its
Own Resonance Radiation" at 4:15 p. m. Tuesday, in Room 1041, East Phys-
ics Building. All interested are cordially invited to attend.
Deutscher Zirkel: Meeting Tuesday, Dec. 13, at eight p. m. in the
Michigan League. Prof. Lee will give an illustration talk on "I'm Flugzeug
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 Comedie humaine" and Mr. Scanio will speak on "Pierre Bayle as a
Critic of History," Graduate students and others interested are cordially
invited to attend.
Psychological Journal Club will meet on December 13 t 7:30 p. m. in.
Room 3126 N.S. Dr. H. F. Adams will discuss the topic, "Spearman's two
day, Dec. 13, 1932 at 4:15.
Michigan Co-operative Bookstore:
All faculty people who are interested
in the co-operative bookstore are in- WANTED
vited to attend a meeting at the -_-
Michigan Union Tuesday, December TYPING--Grad. theses a specialty.
13, Room 302 at 7:45 p. m. If you M. V. artsuff. 9087. 40c
are interested but cannot attend at STUDENT BARBER -Varsity Bar-
this time please call 21124 to offer ber Shop, 617 E. Williams. 206
suggestions and to indicate your sup-
MADISON, Wis., Dec. 10.-(Big
Ten)-Jekyll and Hyde changes are
not appreciated by the French de-
partment of the University of Wis-
consin, the faculty disciplinary com-
mittee told one freshman last week,
when he arranged to have another
student write his midsemester ex-
As a result of his use of a substi-
tute in the mid-term quizzes, the stu-
dent was dismissed from the univer-
TYPING-Notes, papers, and Grad.
Theses. C. Heckart. 3423. 35c
Chinese Students wishing to join
the Chinese Students' Volley Ball
Team must be present at the practice
on Monday at 7:30 p. m. League
Game on Tuesday at 7:00 p. m.
Tuesday, December 13, 4:15 p.A i.,
Natural Science Auditorium. Dr. Axel
Boethius, Director of the Swedish
School in Rome: "Domestic Archi-
tecture in Imperial Rome" (illustrat-
ed with lantern slides of recent exca-
Thursday, December 15, 4:15 p. m.,
Room 303 Chemistry Building. Dr.
F. W. Sullivan, Jr., of the Standard
Oil Company, Indiana; "The Appli-
cations of Organic Chemistry to the
Division of Fine Arts announces an
exhibition of works of. Six Contem-
porary European a n d American
Painters in West Gallery, Alumni
Memori' 1 Hall. Exhibition open daily
through December 14.
A new record, for wholesale shell-
fish dealers was set in Florida this
year when 49 were certified.,
.,Don't Worry Mr. House Maonager or Owner
"our Fi ures Are Wrong"
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Unless taken from our latest price
list - for the prices on both mate-
rials and labor are substantially
lower. Call us regarding an estimate
and make arrangements to have
your house redecorated during the
vacation period. A cheery, bright,
newly decorated room will aid its
student occupant considerably in
getting through the rigors of the
207 East Liberty
factor theory, and the three factor-
theory. All Interested are cordially
Senior Mechanical Engineers: Mr.
A. M. Dudley of the Westinghouse
Electric and Manufacturing company
will give a very interesting talk to
Engineers on Monday, December 12,
7:45. Different aspects of the job sit-
uation will be taken up at that time.
(Natural Science Auditorium.)
We'll Say They Are--"
11 P. M.
Choral Union Ushers: Report at Hill Auditorium at 2:45 p. mn. today
if possible for the Messiah Concert.
The Michigan Union Bowling Alleys will be open daily from 4:00 to
9:30 p. m. during the Christmas holidays, Dec. 17 to Jan. 3.
A. A. A. S. Meeting: All faculty members who are planning to attend
the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of
Science at Atlantic City and who have not made reservations for the spe-
cial train leaving Detroit Monday, December 26, at 4:W- p. m., are earnestly
requested to notify Arthur B. Moehlman, 4022 University High School, not
later than December 13. The decision of the Pennsylvania Railroad to
operate the special train is contingent on the number of applicants secured
from Ann Arbor and Detroit.
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.
Classiflation, College of L. S. A., School of Education and School of
Music: All students in these divisions who have not yet classified are
urged to complete their classification before January 1, which means for
most students before the beginning of the Christmas holidays. A one dollar
penalty for late classification will be assessed after the first of January.
Regular office hours will be maintained during the holidays.
Harris Halt: This evening there will be the regular student supper at
6:15 p. m. followed by a special Christmas. program. The discussion class
Ied by Mr. Lewis will meet as usual at 3:15 p. m. and the discussion will
be continued on 'The Christian Conception of Marriage."
St. Andrew's Church: Services of worship today are: 8:00 a. m., the
Bbly Communion, 9:30' a. m. Church School, 11:00 a. m. Kindergarten,
11:00 a. m. Morning Prayer and sermon by the Reverend Edward M. Duff.
Presbyterian Student Appointments: Sunday. 9:30 Student Classes at
the Church House. 10:3.0 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
Luncheon for Graduate Students
on Tuesday, December 13th, in the
Russian Tea oom of the Michigan
League. The faculty members attend-
ing will be Professor Raleigh Nelson,
Professor Z. Clark Dickinson, Profes-
sor John S. Worley, and Professor
Freshman Girls' Glee Club regular
rehearsal on Monday, December 12,
at 4:00 in lounge 1 of the League.
Miehigan Technic Staff Meeting
Tuesday, Dec. 13 at 7:30 in Technic
Office. As this is the final meeting
before vacation and the January is-
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