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ubtca lhn i the Upletin is ontructive notice to#11 meb ers of the:
Jnlverst y,° Copys reecefvedi at the office of the Assistant to the President until
:3; 11:30°a. m Saturday.
T e Autom obile Regufaton will be lifted at 12:00 o'clock noon on Fri-
taeinzber 16, and will be resutzned at8:400 'cioc1k Tuesday 1zii ring,
uary 3. W B. Rea, Assistant to the Dean of Students
Exmiatxion Schedule, (Correction' o 1rror):thefvial examination
iem appearing .on the fist page, of the Daily, Tuesday, December 13,
c r e n. the samve schedule published in thae Daily official Bulletin
rda, December 15, there was ,a typographical error. Group A will be
tihed Tuesday p. i., February 7 and not January 7.
D. L. Rich
atndes for the Dloctor's Degree in Cheist y: Prelimiinary exam-
+qn for 'aid ates for the Doctor's degee specializi g in chemistry will
eld as follows:
Analytical' Chmistry-1 p. ma. January 20, ! Qom 150 Cem. Bldg.
O rganic Chemistry-l. p. mn. January 2, Room 150 Chem. Bldg.
Physical Chemistr-1 p. m. February 3, Room 150 Chem. Bldg.
Thoi7se planniang tq take sansr on e of' these eaminations are requested
,ee Professor Bartell not later than January 1.
A'6h tects' lassifiAtlon: All students in the College of Architecture
classify for the second semester during the week of January 8. Names
1,sef1rs will'boe piosted oi the second floor bulletin board after the hol-
s, and it shasll be ,the responsibility of each student to see his classifier
inAke an appointment for classification. There will be no classification
eeh semesters except for new students entering at that time.
UniversityCommnittee oin Discipline: The University Committee on Dis-
ine, haig toundthat' ]ti . Carl A. Nelson, '3 Lit., sold his student ticket
ulmrission to the Northwesternz football game, .cnt~ary to University reg-
oiz, and' further that: he knowingly macic false statements concerning
tranzsaitczt t the Advisoiry Committee of the Student oucil anid to
Urniversity Comnittee on Discipline, has directed that restitution be
e to the innocent purchaser of .said ticket, has recommended that the
leti Association withdraw Mr. Nelson's student ticket privileges for the
-ftd~ of the year 1932-3, and has placed him upon probation for the
Wtde ,f the-year 1932-3.
E Bllytte Stason, Chairmian, University Committee on Discipline
96ti4,rty Uhgpeircfnst Sorority~ houses will be closed during the vaca-
, Unless specialt arrangements are made And registered at the office of
Deafi of Womren by 5 p.in,. December 16.
,ooeIl l1etils: Sorority Chzaerns: ifouseheads: University Wo-
i: Closing hour oonb 'y, January 2nd, will be 11 p. in.
lletslon U[lslhlg hIours far oranized ouses:
Sii y, Monday, ' uesdiay, ediesday and Thursday at 11 p. i.; Fri.
;1:30 a. im.; :Saturday, 12:30 a. m..
Glosii}gDour December 15 will be 11 p. m. for Open House at Michigan
11e' Building.
Wfomen Students planning t remnain in .An Arbor for the vacation can
Ire information as to desirable housing arrangements by calling at the
Z.: a the Danhof Women.
Mass-Michigao Club: Al students who are going on the special busses
r equest s~loeded to be at' Chubb's 11rompltly at twelve-twenty (12:2) Friday.
ii assnge sallwedas muh luggage as he can carry.
If you have &lt made resevations as yet, please do so at once at
Skiing and Tobiogganing: The Women's Athletic Building will be open
ng the. vacationi between 2 and 3p. m . to women students who would
-to borrowr skis or toboggans.
Cpsz1topolitan Club: Dr. and Mrs. Thedeick B Fisher have invited
iaberts o the clUb And their friends to attend a Christas party to be
ri' InVhho me at 14301 Camnbrldge Road this evening, at eight o'clock.
USa tudet t01b informs fialthe i embe s that they are ivited to
i'eek' Afiferican Progresive ,4ssociation party to be held at 203 East
°iStreet (thiijd fisr) at f1,146 p.iM.
Th 8r Sry of, Sul l 4ar, Abe os, an d enei4: Mioing pitures prepared
~wU' S. Bureau of Mines wtiU e shown in the Natural sciee Auditor-
STuesday, Jan.l 1w9,3, t.7.3tQ p. m.n e pict esare intended especial-
pia students in E4caoomic Geology Cthes iterested :ire cordially invited.
Uraf "t .. her will be, no, eeting this week. The next one will be
a.,,Jan. 7, 1933. Pre'pairation for Detroit trip Jan. 17, Rkemember the
=asld' act accordingly.
Vlllipiihe-Mfichigan' Club will be entertained by Profesor and Mrs.
otfers' at their' homze on' Sunldyr' aftrnooan, ,December 1, from 3 p.,im.
isiness meeting will be hed after which there .will begines and iusi-
tntertainmient. Supper will be served at 5:30 p. i. All the members are
,d to attend the party.

Michigan Damies. liristm ats oxes forthe 1University Hospital will be
i nrext Wednesday afternoon, Decetlber 21, at the Zion Lutheran
rch, corner of East Washingtoni and Fifth Avenue. Work: will begin as
~after lunch as possible. If you can assist, your help will be atpprec iated,

Schorling Sees
Sectionalism In
School Boatrds
Local Viewpoint In Choice
of School Faculties Is
Deplored In Editorial
Prominent in this month's issue ofI
.the School of Education Bulletin,
which will be in the mails Saturday,
is an editorial by Prof. Raleigh
Schorling on the "Drift-Toward Sec-
tionalism." Professor Schorling writes
that the developing sectionalism is
an unfortunate by-product of the
tense economic situation.
"It is often expressed in the tend-
ency to give preference to a local
candidate when a school board selects
a teacher for a vacant position. This
partiality cuts down the chances of
getting the best teacher for the
"I suppose," continues Professor
Schor ing, "the schools are merely
following the example that has been
set by the business world. In the
business world this policy of favoring
the local community may be sound,
though I doubt it. it occurs to me
that Michigan may wish to sell its
farm produce, its automobiles, and
its furniture to people in other
"Some school boards in Michigan
have gone so far as to make legisla-
tion to the effect that they will not
employ any local candidates for a
vacancy when they are looking for a
beginning teacher. That may be lean-,
ing over backwards, but it certainly
is leaning in the right direction."
A second editorial was written by
Prof. Jackson R. Sharman on the
"Objectives of Physical Education."
In his editorial, Professor Sharman
picks the three points which area
agreed upon by many writers as being
the general aims of physical educa-
The "Factor Concept," a theory
held by Prof. S. A. Courtis, is ex-
plained' at length in this Bulletin and
illustrated by two tabular graphs.
Professor Courtis is to speak of his
experiments along this line at the
December meeting of the American
Association for the Advancement of
Dr. George E. CArrothers, director
of the Bureau of Cooperation with
Educational Institutions, discusses
the enlarged scope of his department

Army Officers
Pe rfee t A New,
Qill1om ation
Aim In Developing lan
Was To Fiind Simplerl
Series Of Movements
Confronted with the ,problem of
developing a new close, order drill
for.,the United States Army, officials
have at last perfected a system which
they consider to be a gre at improve-"
ment over the more cumbersome reg-
ulations that have been -in effect forC
years -past, according t Maj. Basil
D. Edwards, head o4 the local
R.O.T.C. unit.
Their principal aims in developing
the new plan were t #nd a series!
of movements that wold be simple,j
have the same disciplinary value of'
the old type, add dignity and respon-
sibility to the position of a non-coi-
missioned officer, and provide a closer
link with extended order drill. They
also tried to retain in the new drill
all of the good features of the old.
The most radical and basic change,
Major Edwards said, is in the aband-e
onment of the old command, "squads
right," in favor of a simpler order,
"iight face." The eight men who
compose the squad are lined abreast
and,, at the command, they merely
execute right face and step off on
command in the new direction. Other
movements in opposite directions
from this alignment are executed in
a similar manner, it was pointed out.
Icel and Radio Station
Reports Hobbs Message
Word has ,been received by Capt.
C. A. Powell, supervisor of the
R.-0. T.,C wireless station here, that
another station located in Iceland
has been in constant communication
with the Hobbs' expedition inGeen-
since its change last February from
the Division of -University Inspection
of High Schools into the Bureau.
Don't go horse looking like a
Have Your Head Groomed
by the
and you will be proud of your
'appearance when the folks
back home see yqu again
With a Hair Cut, every child
will get a souvenir nd a Free
j Ticket to The Michigan
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DRIVING---To Wahting-ton, D. C.
over vacation. Call 8240. 209
In Interinational Bazaar
Dec. 12-17 Open 9 A.M,.-9 P.M.
Turkish Coffee Servecd
NOTICE-If you atre drivinig home
and wish to take passengers with
You so that the co:st of the trip will
be minimized call AL the AD-
paper, paint. Samples, estimates.
Home Decorators since 1905. Dial
8107 or 7600. 30c
WANTED-Five college girls and
boys. Spare time, good salary.
Write N. 0. Green, 1002 S. Clayton
Street, Bloomington, Ill.


LAUNDRY - Soft water. 2-1044.
Towels free. Socks darned. 13c
WASHING-- -And ironing. Called f or
and delivered. Silks and woolens
guaranteed satisfactory. 2-3,178.
611 Hoover. 15c
. . . _F O R . S A L E
FINANCE CO.-Is selling' late model
cars for balance due. 311 W. Huron,
2-2001. 190
NOTICE---Student wishes ride to
Chi-ca go, rriday on share expense
b.asis, Call Bob at 6017.

wANTED-'ryping. Graduate, famil-r
iar with Latin, Flrenchi, German,
also medical and newspaper work.
Call 2-2889. 219
WANTED-Geerual housewor~k, pri-
vate or fraternity cooking, etc. Call
6109. 216
TYPING-Grad, theses a, specialty.
M. V. Hartsuff. 9087. 40c
rYPING-Notes, papeto Z~rs, anL d Grad
Th2eses. C, Heckar't. 3423. 35C

FOtR RENT--Apt, for light house-
keeping. Furnished, three rooms
and bath. 322 N. State St. Call
8468. 220
TWO--Furnished apartments. Spe-
cial price to large group. Available
now or second semester. Dial 8544.
4422 E. Washington. 217
LIBERAL--Reward for return of two
notebooks lost in room 1025 An-
gell Hall, Dec. 15, 11 a,.im. Return
Sto Lewis, 267 Jordan Hall. No ques-
tions asked.
LOST-English setter puppy. White,
one black eye. Reward. Call 4459
N. R. Maier.
Rochester Students To
Celebrate Championship
A Victory Dance in honor of' Mich-
igan's championship football team
will be given by the Rochester-Michi-
gan Club ,Friday, Dec. 23, in the,
Hotel Seneca, Rochester, N. Y. Ray
Bishop's Thousand Island Yacht and
Country Club orchestra, popular
among eastern colleges, will furnish
the music.
Sparkling Romantce
of (:continenttal Flavor
1Even ings
Herbert Marshall' Mary Boland
"'Hollywood Runaround"
Monty Collins Comedy,
Musical ,brevity

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--- Last Day - - Gaest Feature -
MARIE Robert montg omery
Marian Davies in
jfestic T omorrow!



Will Be Open Christmas Vacation

25c - LUNCH - 25c
35c - DINNER - 35c
Meals You Will Enjoy
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ppointments For
ienior Class Are
Namledf By Rursh
(Continued from Page 1)
le Ewing, Florine Isgrigg and Ar-
eiior Banquet : Ch'airmnan, John.
"stens, Robert Bourland, Joseph~
"dner, Jean Bentley and Ruth
el. I
iblicity:. Chairman, Mvo ton .Flv ank.
I Seiffert, Kenneth Yourd, Louis
Qmbo and Lucille Marcinkowski.1
omtiencement : Chairman, Edwiun
ne~r, John Neal, Stewart floatright,
ry Barnett, Caroline Higgins and
dvisory: Chairman, Johin -'lTown-
1, William Dibble, Allen Schial-
dt,, Joseph Zjias, Constance Beery
Polly Walker.
naice : Chairinali, to be an-
nced. Murr-y Vale, John ,S avave,
de Pitts, Eleanor Locke and EdnaJ

Will Attend Convention
A num-ber of members of the law
school fzaculty have announced that
they will attend the 30th annual con-
vention of' the Association of .Ameri-
can Law Schools,° which will-be held
Dec. 28, 29, and 30 at Chicago.
Prof. 1Ralph .W. Aigler will _act, as
convenition chairmian of the round
table discussion onl commercial- law.
Prof. John P. Dawson has been
namned as a mnemiber of the council
that will discuss equity, Prof. Laylin
K. JTonesr.is to take. official part in
the conference on business associa-
Prof. Edson R. Sunderland is a
memb1er of the committee that is to.
su11 mit a rleport on curriculumi-. A
s6uvey has bee nmade onl Crime, cnnTl-
inal law., and crimiinal procedure by a
commiittee of which Prof. John B.
EWaite i a mnember. This coimnittee
w ill siubinit a report. Prof. Edwin D.
Di~ckinsoii is a member of a commit-
tee that will make a report on inter-
national, law sources.




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