in is constructive notice to all members of the
at the office of the Assistant to, the President until
a. XLI TUESDAY, DECEMBER13, 1932 No. 67
University Broadcasting Service-Tuesday, Dec. 13 at 2 p. m. "Ponce de
i and his Quest" by Arthur Aiton, Professor of History. "Modern De-
pments in Electroplating Methods" by Ernest F, Barker, Professor of
Choral Union Members: There will be a full rehearsal for men and
aen, Tuesday evening, December 13, at 7 o'clock at the School of Music
German Department: Changes have been made for the coming second
ester in the instructors giving the following sections in German 2, 32,
31: Course 2, sec. 5, 9 o'clock, Stearns (instead of Van de Luyster)
rse 2, Section 1o, 10 o'clock, Graf (instead -of Stearns). Course 32, sec-
10, 11 o'clock, stearns (instead of Graf) Course 31, section 2, 9 o'clock,
de iystr (InsLad of Stearns).
College of Engineering Schedule of Examinations: First week Jan. 28
4. 3 inclusive, 1933 Second week Feb. 4 to Feb. 8 inclusive, 1933.
Note: For course having both lectures and quizzes, the time of exercise
le time of the first lecture period of the week; for courses having quizzes
y the time of exercise is the time of the first quiz period.
Drawing and laboratory work may be continued: through the examina-
i period in amount equal to that normally devoted to such work during
ertain courses will be examined, at special periods as noted below the
ilar schedule. All cases of conflicts between assigned examination per-
spshould be reported for adjustment to Professor J. C. Brier, Room 3223
t Engineering Building, representing the Classification Committee. To
id misunderstandings and errors each student should receive notification
to his instructor of the time and place of his appearance in each course
ing the period January 28 to February 8.'
No single course is permitted to give more than four hours of examina-
i. No date of, examination may be changed without the consent of the
in Education classes in the University
High School Gymnasium at 4:10.
Seniors doing directed teaching in
physical education will give a dem-
onstration of methods. The program
will be of interest to teachers of aca-
Botanical Journal Club meets at
7:30 p. m. in Room 1139 N.S. Papers
by Dr. Mains, Miss Clover, Miss Dav-
idson, Mr. Fischer, Mr. Griffin, and
Mr. Tiodd. All interested are cor-
Physical Colloquium: Mr. R. W.'
Smith will talk on "The Effect of
Foreign Gasses on the Electrical Con-
ductivity of a Rare Gas Irradiated
with its Own Resonance Radiation"
at 4:15 p. m. in Room 1041, East
Physics Building. All interested are
cordially invited to attend.
Psychological Journal Club meets
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 interest-
ed are cordially invited.
Mathematical Club: Meeting at
7:30 p. m. in 3201 Angell Hall. Pro-
fessor C. J. Coe will speak on "Dis-
placements 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
Romance Journal Club meets at
4:10 in R.L. 109. 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." Grad-
uate students and others interested
are cordially invited to attend.
Radio Instruction On Stringed
Instruments Will Be offered,
A method of instruction never at- With a full hour devoted to the
tempted before will be given its first last lesson on the playing of band
trial in a series of radio lessons ini m h ss
the playing of stringed instruments, instruments, the series of ten lessons
which will be conducted by Prof. closed yesterday and Professor Maddy
Joseph A. Maddy, of the division of announced his plans for the stringed
fine arts, beginning Jan. 9. series. Booklets of instruction will
------------ __- be mailed to all who request copies,
Business and Professional Women's he said, and many requests have al-
Club of Ann Arbor, to be held this ready been received.
evening at the home of Miss Marion Professor Maddy explained that
McClench, 1019 Berkshire Road, at the chief difficulty connected with
7:30 p. m, the teaching of stringed instruments
over the radio-that of getting the,
Play-reading Section of the Fac- student to have the right position-
ulty Women's Club meets at 2:15, in will be met by publishing pictures in
the Grand Rapids Room of the the booklet. It will be easier for
Michigan League. pupils of stringed instruments to
Faculty Women's Club: The for- hear the radio while they are play-
arcetion'sddae lbTheld ing than it was for those learning to
mal reception and dance will be held .play the louder wind instruments.
B New Rules For
Wo men Students
The traditional conservatism of the
English in general and of Cambridge
University students in particular, re-
ceived quite a jolt recently, the New
York Evening Post reports, when the
mistress of Girton College announced
a new list of rules governing the so-
cial conduct of women students.
The new regulations allow women
to visit men students in college or
lodging rooms alone, to go to dances
unchaperoned, and to receive men in
the rooms of the college itself up to
10 p. m. without the presence of any-
one else or special permission being
Miss H. M. Wodehouse, mistress of
the college, in announcing the rules,
said, "It is recognized that a woman
student might wish to talk to a man
student, and that in her social rela-
tionships she is to be trusted. Young
men and women will talk together,
Iand the Glirton student may now,
choose to do so in fier college room
instead of a tea shop, a cinema, or
on the street. Why should we pre-
tend to keep young men and women
MWonday at 11
at 8 Wednesday, Feb. 1 8-12
at 9 Thursday, Feb. 2 8-12
at 10 Friday, Feb. 3 2-6
Tuesday' at 11 Friday, Feb. 3 8-12
at1 Monday, Jan.. 30 8-12
at 2 Monday, Feb, 6 8-12
at 3 Saturday, Jan. 28 2-6
Draw., 1 *Saturday, Jan. 28 8-12.
Surv. 1 and 4 *Saturday Jan. 28 2-6.
B. M. 1 and 2, C. E. 2.*Tuesday, Jan. 31 2-6.
French. and Shop 2, 3, and 4 *Wednesday, Feb. 1 2-6.
Draw. 2, and M. E. 3 *Thursday, Feb. 2 2-6.
German, Spanish, and E. E. 2a *Monday, Feb. 6 2-6.
*This maay be used as an irregular period provided there is no conflict
) the regular printed schedule above.
Epo ics 5,1: A make-up examination will be given Wednesday at 4
a. in Room 207l Ec.
Astronomy 107 will meet at the Observatory Wednesday, Dec. 14, at
University Lectures.: Tuesday, December 13, 4:15 p. m., Natural Sci-
e Auditorium. Dr. Axel, Boethius, Director of the Swedish School in
e: "Domestic Architecture in Imperial Rome" (illustrated with lantern
es of recent excavations).
Th.ursday, December 15, 4:15 p. m., loom 303 Chemistry Building. Dr.
W. Sulivai; Jr., of the Standard Oil Company, Indiana; "The Appli-
ons of Organic Chemistry to the Petroleum Industry."
Division of Fine Arts announces an exhibition of works of Six Contem-
iry European, and American Painters in West Gallery Alumni Memorial
. Exhibitio open daily through December 14.
Special Assembly. There will be an assembly for a students enrolled
Tau Beta Pi: The dinner meeting
postponed from last week will be held
tonight at 6:15 at Michigan Union..
All members are asked to make a spe-
cial effort to get to this meeting since
a very important matter is to be dis-
Alpha . Epsilon Mu: Important
meeting, Room 302, Michigan Union.
All members must be present.
Deutscher Zirkel: Meeting at 8:00
p. m. in the Michigan League. "I'm
Flugzeug ueber Deutschland" will be
the subject of an illustrated talk by
Michigan Technic: Meeting of the
Advisory Board at 4:45 in room 424
A.S.C.E. Moving Pictures of the
Hoover Dam, in the Natural Science
Auditorium at 8:00 p. m.
Adelphi House of Representatives
important business meeting on the
fourth floor of Angell Hall at 7:30.
All members must attend. Smokes
will be given out.
Student Christian Association For-
um: r. Francis S. Onderdonk will
discuss "How Vienna Eliminated Her
Slums," an illustrated discussion in
the Architectural Auditorium at 4:15.
Luncheon for Graduate Students
in the Russian Tea Room of the
Michigan League. The faculty mem-
bers attending will be Professor
Raleigh Nelson, Professor Z. Clark
Dickinson, Professor John S. Wor-
ley, and Professor Raymond Wilder.
Chistaan S c i e n c e Organization
muet. at eight o'clock this evening in
the chapel of the Michigan League
building. All faculty and students in-
terested are invited to attend.*
at nine oclock in the ballroom of
the Michigan League. There will be
tables for cards in the Grand Rapidst
Chinese Students' Volley Ball plays1
with the Cardinals today. All team
members must be in the Intramural
Building at 7:30 p. m. sharp.
Sigma Delta Chi: Mr. Lee A. White
of the Detroit News, will address the
chapter at dinner at 6:30 p. m. Wed-
nesday in the Union. All members '
and pledges requested to attend.
Quadrangle Club: Regular meeting
on Thursday, December 15, at 8:15
p. m. at 7118 Onondaga. Professor'
C. F. Remer will speak- on "The In-
ternational Debt Problem."
Freshmen Men's Glee Club: Will
meet Wednesday at 5:00 o'clock in
the Musical Activities Room at the
Qiarterdeck Society will meet in
the drawing room Wednesday, De-j
cember 14, at 7:15 p. m.
Scabbard and Blade: Initiation
banquet at Union Wednesday, Dec.1
14, at 6:00 p. in. Tickets may be se-
cured at R. O. T. C. Hdq.
Michigan Technic Staff Meeting
Wednesday, Dec. 14, at 7:30 in Tech-
nic Office. As this is the final meet-
ing before vacation and the January
issue deadline, all members must be
The Newcomers Section of the
Faculty Woman's Club is cordially
invited to attend a Christmas party
on Wednesday afternoon, December
14, at 3 o'clock in. the Grand Rapids
Room of the Michigan League.
Please bring a small gift.
Michigan Dames: You are invited
by Walter's Incorporated, Washing-
ton Blvd., Detroit, to attend the
fashion review and tea to be held
in the ball room of the Michigan
League Wednesday, December 14, at
Garden Section of the Faculty
Women's Club will meet at 2:30 p. m.
Wednesday, December 14, in Lounge
2 of the League. Mrs. J. R. Greeley
will give a demonstration of artistic
Christmas arrangements. Members
are asked to bring their dish and
glass gardens for exhibition.
"The Changing World and the
Way Out" is the subject of a lecture
by Mrs. A. Y. Seto of Honolulu to be
given Wednesday 'at 4:15 at the
Michigan League. This is sponsored
by the Bahai Study Group and the
public is invited. No admission or
Michigan Socialist Club: "Social
and economic reform without a so-
cialist government" will be the dis-
cussion topic led by Dean Samuel T.
Sana at 8 p. m., Dec. 14, inthe Mich-
igan Union. Public invited. Special
notice to members. Business meet-
ing at 7 p. m. in the Union. Election
of secretary treasurer to fill vacancy.
All persons having or desiring L. I. D.
tickets for sale are asked to report.
Applicants for membership will be
accepted at this meeting.
Dr. tip'itiu To L.oisct
Old Romra Architectiure
Dr. Alex oethius, director of the I
Swedish School in Rome, will speak
at 4:15 p. m. today in Natural Science!
Auditorium on the subject "DomesticI
Architecture in Imperial Rome." Dr.
Boethius is generally considered one
of 'the leading archeologsits in the
world today, according to a state-
ment by Prof. Henry A. Sanders, of
the Latin department.
Dr. Boethius is this year the.
Charles E. Norton lecturer of the,
Archeological Institute of America
GARDEN UNIT 'T;O MEET
The Garden Section of the Fac-
ulty Women's Club will meet inI
Lounge 2 of the League on Wednes-
day, Dec. 14, at 2:30 p. m. Mrs. J. R.
Greeley will give a demonstration of
artistic Christmas decorations and
and is making an extensive lecture
tour of the United States. His lec-
ture here will be based on some of
his own investigations around Rome
and will be illustrated by lantern
slides of recent excavations.
"A feature of the radio instruction
method which is not apparent to
many people is the fact that the par-
ents of the pupil can listen in on the
lesson antd make sure that the in-
structions given bythe teacher are
followed," declared Professor Maddy.
CLAS SIFTED, DIRECTORY
Prof essors To
In New Haven
Modern Language Group
Will Meet Duririg The
Yale Extends Bid
Discussion On Languages
Will Be From Point Of
View Of The Scholar
Scholarly interest in matters of
literature this month will center
around the meeting of the Modern
Language Association, which will be
held in New Haven, Conn., Dec. 29,
30 and 31. The invitation was ex-
tended by Yale University.
The work of the association is pri-
Imarily one of discussing various ac-
complishments in the field of modern
languages from the point of view of
the scholar rather than of the educa-
tor, according to Prof. 0. J. Camp-
bell of the English department, who
is planning to attend.
Among men from the University
who will be there are Professors
Charles C. Fries, Samuel Moore,
Howard M. Jones, Louis r. Bredvold,
Earl L. Griggs of the English depart-
ment, Prof. Walter A. Reichard of
the German department and Prof.
John W. Eaton, head of the German
Professor Fries will Discuss the
progress which he is making with the
Early Middle English Dictionary,
while Prof. Moore will talk on the
Middle English Dictionary. Prof.
Eaton will lecture on "Goethe's Fa-
ther in Italy," and Professor Reichart
will speak on "Gerhart Hauptmann's
Relation to the state."
Several faculty men here are offi-
cers of the association, including
Professor Jones, chairman of the sec-
tion on Victorian Literature, and
Professor Bredvold, chairman of a
group which will consider the literary
tendencies during the latter half of
the eighteenth century. Professor
Griggs is secretary of the section on
University Of Miami Is
Placed In Receivership
TAMPA, Fla., Dec. 12.-(P)-The
University of Miami is today operat-
ing under a receivership declared
Saturday by Federal Judge A. B. Ak-
erman. Raymond Pawley, Miami
pbusiness man and member of the
board of recents, is the receiver.
The university was founded in 1925
and had and enrollment last year of
566 students with 58 faculty members.
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Free Moving Pictures: Four reels
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Natural Science Auditorium. The
ihowing is under the auspices of the
Student Chapter of the American
Society of Civil Engineers. Everyone
is cordially invited to attend.
Women Students who are members
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to attend the Christmas party of the
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