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AILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
cation in the Bulletin is constructive notice to nl members of the
rsity. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President until
'.:30 a. m. Saturday.

Speaker Garner Having His Picture Painted

CLASSIFIED DIREC

XLIII*

SUNDAY, JANUARY 8, 1933

No. 75

NOTICES
President and Mrs. Ruthven will be at home from four to six o'clock
. n Snday, January 8, and on Sunday, January 15, to members of the fac-
i1~teg and other residents of Ann Arbor.
S-esident and Mrs. Ruthven will be at home to the students of the Uni-
versity on the first two Wednesday afternoons of each month from four
to sI o'clock.
Faculty Concert Postponed: On account of indisposition, it has been
made necessary to postpone the piano recital by Assistant Professor Maud
Olkelberg, annruounced for Sunday, one week to Sunday, January 15. At
th t tine the general public, with the exception of small children, is
invited.
University Broadcasting, Sunday, 5 p. M.: "Do Children Today Master
nadaientals as Well as Did Their Parents"-Dr. Stewart A. Courtis.
8:15 p. in.-"Public Parks and Unemployment," Prof. H. d. Whittemore;
"Don Byrne," Professor Amos R. Morris.
Ite lty Meeting, College of L., S., & A: The regular January meeting
ol th Faculty of the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts will be
ield In Aom 2225 Angell Hall Monday, January 9, beginning at 4:10
. John R. Effinger, Dean
i'aculty, School of Education: The regular January Faculty meeting
of the School of Education will be held at the Michigan League Building
lfonddy, January 9,at 12 o'clock C. 0. Davis, Secretary
to AU Men Students: Students intending to change their rooms at the
end of the pre'ent semester are hereby reminded that according to the Uni-
'e"swiy' Agreements they are to inform the householders of such intention
%t east two weeks prior to the close of the semester, that is by January 27.
is a dIisd that notice of such intention to move be made at once.
F. B. Wahr, Assistant Dean
lioseholders: Householders having rooms for men students available
$M the second semester are requested to list them in the office of the Dean
S Studerts, Room 2, University Hall, as soon as possible. Dial 6115.
Available light-housekeeping rooms and apartments should also be
listed. F. B. Wahr, Assistant Dean
ACADEMIC NOTICES
eoi iics 153-Secoind Semester, 1933: Is changed from MWF at 2
f ii102 Lc. to MWF' at 3 Room 202 Ec.
EXHIBITION
4n Exhibition of paintings and drawings made in Mexico by Mr. Joseph
$0 s is now being shown in the ground floor corridor of the Architectural
idig through January 19.
Fxhiwtion of models and drawings illustrating Hillside Housing by
1en y Wright,.architect, in exhibition room Archtectural Building. Open
y, except Sunday, 9 to 5, through January 21.
EVENTS TODAY
Aih' Epsilon Mu: Every member is requested to be present at a
Wekting to be held in the Russian Tea Room of the Michigan League,
af dir p. in. Refreshments will be served after a short business meeting.
Wesley Hall: 6:30 p. m. The Guild meeting will be in charge of
ridon Haistead; There will be a symposium on the "Anti-War Confer-
'.V" which was recently held at Chicago.
44:20 . m. Wallace Watt, County Secretary of the Boy Scouts, will
1 or the G aduate Forum on "Religion and Public Education."
6 .in. The regular classes for the upperclass and freshmen groups
*j11 in et at this time.
Br;. Prederick B. Fisher will be in the pulpit for the regular morning
service of the Methodist Episcopal Church at 10:45. His morning sermon
theme is "Why I Believe in God."
arris hal: At 6:15 o'clock there will be the regular student supper
. a, cost of 25c. The prograi for the eveningwill begin at 7:00 o'clock.
4fessor J. Raleigh Nelson, of the English Department, will speak on
'onardo Da Vinci. The discussion class led by Mr. Lewis will resume at
# p. n. and the discussion of "Early Christianity" will be continued.
St. Andrew's Church: Services of worship are: 8:00 a. m., the Holy
oinmunion; 9:30 a. m., Church School; 11:00 a. in., Kindergarten; 11:00
S a. ., Morning Prayer and sermon by the Reverend Henry Lewis. The
choirs of St. Andrew's will sing special Christmas and Epiphany music
at the 11:00 o'clock service.
etn regational Student Fellowship: Following the social half hour
&nd 6 o'elock supper, Mr. Maurice Sugar, prominent Detroit attorney, will
.Slpk on "The Youth of Soviet Russia." All students are cordially invited.
Lutieran Student Club: Regular meeting this evening at the Zion
Parish Hall, corner of Washington Street and Fifth Avenue. The Rever-
end Mr. Yoder, student pastor, will lead the discussion on "Our Church
iturgy." Social Half-hour at 5:30; Supper at 6:00; and Discussion at 6:30.
LIbhral Students Union: Discussion on modern social conditions in
titgla, led by Mr. Maurice Sugar of Detroit. Unitarian church, 7:30 p. m.,
fbl1owed by refreshments. At the morning church service Mr. Marley
wil speak on "How Sacred Is the Bible?"

Iillel Foundation will conduct services in the chapel .at the League
milding, at 11:15 a. m. You are invited to hear Dr. Bernard Heller speak
do "Is Fear the Basis of Religion?"
Reformed Students: The Reverend Bert Kruithof will conduct services
at the Michigan League Chapel at 9:30:
Hilel Players and all persons affiliated in any way with the production
of "Anna Christie" meet at 4:15 p. m. in the Michigan League, to coin-
plete Plans for the play. All are urgently asked to attend. Meeting place
will be posted on the League bulletin board.
'irangle ieeting, the Union, 5 p. m.
COMING EVENTS
Physics Colloquium: Professor W. W. Sleator will talk. Subject: "C. V.
Raman and Others on the Total Reflection of Light," at 4:15 p. m. Tues-
day in Room 1041, East Physics Building. All interested are cordially in-
vited to attend.
Botanical Journal Club will meet Tuesday, Jan. 10, at 7:30 p. in., in
room 1139 N. S. Papers by Dr. Gustafson, Miss Groner, Mr. Austin, Mr.
Hover, Mr. Granick and Miss Uhvits. All interested are cordially invited.5
Mathematical Club: The January meeting will be held Tuesday, Jan.-
10, at 8 p. m., in 3201 Angell Hall. Professor C. H. Langford will speak onJ
"Somne Aspects of the Theory of Propositions."
Sigma Xi will meet Tuesday, January 10, at 8 p. m. in the Geology Lee-
ture Room, 2054 Natural Science Bldg. After informal talks by Dean Krausr
antd Professors Hobbs and Ehlers, exhibits prepared by the Departments of

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FOR RENT
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NOTICE
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tingerwave S0c and 75c. Monday,
.Ituesda ,y, andt Wednesday. Raggedy"
Ann Beauty Shop. Phone 7561.
DOUBLE-And single rooms. Close to
the campus. Very reasonable. Sec-
cnd semester. Phone 7618. 234
SEASONAL SUGGESTIONS - Wall
papeir, paint. Samples, estirmates.
H~ome Decorators since 1905. Dial
8107 or 7600. 30c
TYPING
TYPYNG--Grad. theses a specialty.
M. V. Hartsuff, 9067. 40c
'Ir TNG-Notes, papers, and Grad..
Theses. C. Tleckart, 3423. 35c
Fl'OR SALE -
SI'TANCE CO.-Is selling late model
'ain for balance due. 3-11 W.Huron.
Fx-Koaser s ftelathve
Will Tell On ilRoyalty
L1A.EMIUGO Jan. 7.-A-)-Alex-
ander Zoubkoff, former husband of
the x-Kaiser's late sister, Princess
Victoria, of Prussia, and lately a
wait r, said here that he intended to
tart 0n1 a lecturing tour in Europe.
Ste addecd that he would back up
his verion of his experiences with
quota tions from letters he received
from Ie - rincess and from the ex-
Kaser.
; ,i } aof ,. young Russian emigre
with a checkered past, was married
in 1927 o the 61-year-old princess,
but the union was an unhappy one.
She died two years later.
M0eanwhile, Zoub koff hrad beei ex-
pehled from Germany as an indesir-
able alien.

-Associated Press Photo
Speaker John N. Garner is shown posing for the portrait which is to be hung in the house of f epre-
sentatives as a permanent record of his speakership, alongside portraits of his predecessors. Bois Gordon
of Los Angeles is the artist.

Crafty Norman Is
New Finance Head
LISIEUX, France, Jan. 7.-'P)--A
typical Norman, thrifty, shrewd, and
a keen horse-trader, is Henri Cheron,
France's new minister of finance.
Besides his cabinet post, he is
mayor of Lisieux, and senator from
this Department of Calvados.
He is rotund and jovial and likes
the good cider and rich food of his
native countryside.
He practices public and private
economy. When he was minister of
finance under Tardieu, he revealed
to an astonished Chamber of Depu-
ties that his department had 18,-
000,000,000 francs tucked away, on
the credit side. He has often been
blamed for that revelation, for the
big surplus soon melted away.
Before he went to the Young plan
conferences at The Hague in 1929,
Cheron had never owned a dinner

jacket, "e had, to be sure, a full
dress suit for formal ceremonies, but
his opponents said its cut dated from
1900.
Tardieu, most sartorially elegant
of latter-day premiers, told him he
must buy a "tux," if he were to ac-
company the French delegation.
"I will give you the address of my
tailor," the head of the Government
told him, "and it will cost you only
$35."
"Mr. President," replied Cheron,
"for 40 years I have been patronizing
the same tailor in Caen, my county
seat. He will make me one for $20
-better than any of your fancy Pa-
risians!"
SoCheron went to The Hague with
his Caen dinner jacket. Rumor has
it, though, that Tardieu paid an ex-
pert cutter to aid the Norman tailor.
For every-day wear, Cheron ef-
fects a gray or black cutaway, with
baggy trousers. He wears an old,
fashioned high collar with a bow tie.

will discuss the topic "Two Standardized Check Lists for the Organzation
of Secondary Schools-One for Junior High School Grades and One for
Senior High School Grades." All interested are cordially invited.
All Men in Education: There will be a meeting open to all men in
education at 7:00 p. m. Tuesday, January 10, in Room 316 of the Michigan
Union. Dean James B. Edmonson, of the School of Education,, will speak
on "Securing a Position in Teaching.''
Men's Physical Education Club meeting Tuesday, Jan. 10, Michigan
Union, 7:30 p. m.
Chemical Engineers. The monthly luncheon for staff and graduate
students will be held on Tuesday, January 10, in Room 3201 E. Eng Bldg.
Professor Carl D. LaRue, of the Botany Dept.. will speak on his experiences
in the rubber plantations of Sumatra.
International Relations Club will meet on Tuesday, Jan. 10, at 8:00
p. m. in the Political Science Seminar Room, 2036 A. H.
Luncheon For Graduate Students on Tuesday, January 10, in the Rus-
sian Tea Room of the Michigan League. Cafeteria service. Bring tray
across hall.
Freshman Girls' Glee Club weekly rehearsal at 4:00 on Monday, Jan-
uary 9, in Lounge 1 of the League.
Eta Sigma Phi meeting on Tuesday, January 12, at 7:45 p. m. in the
League.
Adelphi House of Representatives: Regular meeting 'Tuesday, Jan. 10,
fourth floor of Angell Hall at 7:30. Manual Levin, the Adelphi representa-
tive at the Student Congress Against War which recently met in Chicago,
will give a talk on the plan for World Peace drawn up by this group. He
will be prepared to defend this plan
in an open forum following the meet-
ing. Visitors are welcome.

Failures Show,
eelin.;Auto
Sales Increase
Survey Shows Greaest
Number Of Defaults In
MIddle Atlantie States
Busincss failures for last week
showed a slight decline from those
of the preceding week, according to
Bradstreet's Weekly. The number of
defaults amounted to 447, 10 fewer
t-,an the weer before, but is still re-
garded as being an enormous total
by business men,
Statistics show that the great per-
centage of these failures was of con-
cerns with small capitalization.
Those having a capitalization of $5,-
000 to $20,000 supplied only 14 per
cent of the total. The survey also
shows that the largest number of
concerns failing were of a retail na-
ture, while wholesale and jobbing
-companies held up the best of all
types.
The geographical division showed
that the largest number of defaults
occurred in the Middle Atlantic sec-
tion of the nation and the smallest
in the mountain districts.
A further report of the weekly in-
dicates the continuing activity of de-
flationary forces in the commodity
markets. The drop in the Wholesale
Commodity Price Index stood, on
Jan. 1, 1.4 per cent below the figure
of one month before. Coming on top
of drops in the months of October
and November, this latest decline has
now wiped out four-fifths of the
gains registered between June and
Oct. 1. Thus by only a very small
margin was the index saved from en-
tering the new year at a record de-
pression low.
On the other hand, the Investors
Syndicate of Minneapolis reports a
slight rise in wages for the closing
months of the last year. Auto buying
also experienced a small stimulus on
the market but is still below the rec-
ords of the corresponding months of
1931.
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Alpha Na meets Tuesday, Jan. 10,
in Alpha Nu room, 4th floor Angell
Hall at 7:30. All pledges must bepres-
ent for announcement of initiation
plans. Pictures for the 'Ensian will
be taken at Spedding Studio Wednes-
day, Jan. 11, at 5:00 p. in.
Athena meeting Monday, Jan. 9,
at 8:00 p. in. Important that every-
one be there. Prof. Hollister, of the
Speech Department, will talk.
Freshmen and Sophomore Majors
in Physical Education: You will meet
in Barbour gymnasium at eight
o'clock on Monday morning instead
of at the Union pool.
Laurie E, Campbell
Girl's Interclass Practice Games
will begin Monday. Jan. 9. The
schedule is as follows: Monday, Jan.
9-Seniors and Juniors; Tuesday,
Jan. 10-Sophomores and ie anI en;
Wednesday, Jan. 11 l-Sen of-s and
Sophomores; Thursday, Jan. 12-
Juniors and Freshmen. All girls who
have been notified by their managers
report for these games.
Play-Reading Section of the Fac-
ulty Women's Club will meet Tues-
day at 2:15, in the Grand Rapids

The Hillel Players
o/4nna Christie
Written by
EUGENE O'NIELL
Dir ected by
E. IMORTIMER SHUTER
JANUARY 13/h and 14th
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
All Seats 5Cc

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