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on in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
y. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President until
0 a. in. Saturday.

President and Mrs. Ruthven will be at home from four to six o'clock
Sunday, January 15, to members of the faculties an4 tither residents of
a Arbor.

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University Loan Committee: The Loan Committee will meet on Mon-'
day and Tuesday, Januay 16 and 17, at 1:30 p. in., in Room 2, University'
1al. Students who have filed applications with the Office of the Dean of
Students should call at that office for an appointment with the Committe.
J. A. Bursley, Chairman
University Broadcasting, Sunday, January 15: 5 p. m. "Outstanding
Differences Between European and American Schools" by Dr. Orlando W.
Stephenson, Associate Professor of Teaching of History and Head of Dept.
of Social Studies, University High School.
8:15. "Wood in the Development of Civilization" by William Kynoch,
Associate Professor of Wood Technology. "Public Relief program and Con-
wuity Forests" by Ernst V. Jotter, Assistant Professor of Forest Extension.
University Broadcasting-Monday at Z p. m.: "Lesson Number Two:
"The Playipg of Stringed Instruments" by Professor Joseph E. Maddy.
(Booklets are still available, gratis, for this unique course).
Faculty, College of Engineering: There will be a meeting of the faculty
of this Dolege on Tuesday, January 17, at 4:15 p. m., in Room 348 West
Epgineering Building. Professor Johnson O'Connor of Stevens Institute of
Technology has been invited to address the faculty.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary
Faculty Concert Cancelled: On account of continued indisposition, the
piano recital scheduled by Assistant Professor Maud Okkelberg for Sunday
afternoon, January 15, has been cancelled.
Choral Union Member's 'ickets: Membrs of the University Choral
Union in good standing, are requested to call for their courtesy tickets for
the Nathan Milstein violin recital, Monday, January 16, between the hours
of 9 and 12 and 1 and 4. Members must call in person.
Choral Union Concert: Nathan Milstein, Russian violinist, will give
the fifth program in the Choral Union Concert Series, Monday evening,
January 16, at 8:15 o'clock sharp, Eastern Standard Time, in Will Audi-
torium. He will play the following program: Corelli-Kreisler: LaFolia;
Bach: ?relude and Gavotte (for violin alone; Goldmark: Concerto in A
minor, Allegro moderato, Andante (Aria) Allegretto; Paganini-Auer: Ca-
price, No. 24; Debussy: Minstrels; DeI'alla: Dance (La vida breve); Stra-
winky: Berceuse; Riimsky-KorsakoiT-Hartmann: Flight of the Bumble-
ee; Weniawski: Polonaise, Major.
The public is urged to come sufficiently early as to be seated on time
as the doors will be closed during numbers.
Twilight Organ Recital: Palmer Christian, University organist, will
give the following program, Wednesday afternoon, January 18,. at 4:15
o'clock in Hill Auditorium to which the general public with the exception
Scf smnall "cildresn ,is invited:
M arcello :Psalm XIX;dCorelli: Prelude; Bach: Fantasia and Fugue
in C minor; James: Andante cantabile (Sonata for Organ); Weigl: Fan-
ts]e; hlure: Communion for the Midnight Mass at Christmas; Karg-
7lert: Choral Improvisation on "In dulci jubilo"; Jongen: Pensee d'Autom-
me; 1eger: Denedictus; Widor: Finale (Symphony V).
Students interested in securing positions (except teaching) after grad-
uation, and any alu~nion campus who wish to register, will meet in Na-
tur l Science Auditorium Thursday, January 19, at 4:00 p. n.
UnIersity Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Ii rimation.
Uygzene Lectures-Women Students: All incompletes in Hygiene Lec-
taure must be made up by January 30. The list of students who have missed
ectires is available in Barbour Gymnasium.
University Glee Club: Please bring music folios to the picture on Sun-
day for a short rehearsal afetrwards.
Girl's Interolass Basketball Tournament begins Monday, Jan. 16. The
schedule is as follows:_
Monday, Jan, 16, Seniors vs. Juniors.
Wednesday, Jan. 18, Seniors vs. Sophomores. Juniors vs. Freshmnen.
Friday, Jan. 20, Sophomores vs. Freshmen.
Monday, Jan. 23, Seniors vs. Freshmen.
Wednesday, Jan. 25, Junior vs. Sophomores.
These games will begin at 4:15. Please be there promptly.
Art Cinema League: "The Cabinet Of Dr. Caligari" will, be showna on
Jan. 18, 19, and 2Q; Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of this week. Spe-
cial added attraction, a Charlie Chaplin comedy. All seats reserved. Cal
6300 or step up to the box office of Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre ,which Is
open between 11:00 a. m. and 10:80 p. m. Tickets, 25 cents.
Economics 51: The bluebook on Monday, January 16, will be given in
the following rooms: Messrs. Caverly and Devols section-205 M.II. Messrs.
Burroughs and Lamb's section-25 A.HI. Mr. Palmer's section's-1025 A.H.
Mr. hload's section's-231 A.H.
Division of Fine Arts announces an exhibition of Japanese Omi-ye wood
block prints. Open daily through Sunday, January 22,' Alumni Memorial
Scalp and Blade: Important"business meeting at the Union today at
4:30 p. m. A day will be set for having the 'Ensian picture taken.

Varsity Glee Club: Group picture for the 'Ensian will be taken at 4:00
p. i., at Rentschler's Studid. Please; be prompt.
A special rehearsal will be held Tuesday evening, January 17, at '7:30
in the Glee Club rooms.
University Symphony Orchestra: Very important orchestra rehearsal,
at 9:30 a. m. at the Music School Annex. Everyone must be present.
Philippine-Michigan Club: Regular meeting at 3 p. m. in Lane Hall.
All Philippine students whether members of the Club. or not are urgedto
attend. George E. Carrothers, Faculty Sponsor
Wesley H141. Classes for Freshmen and Upperclassmen at 9:30 a. m.
The Oriental-American group will discuss "Rural China" at 3:30 p. M. At
the Student Guild at 6:30 p. im. Mr. Gordon Halstead will speak on "Milit-
ant Pacificism," and at the same hour in the Grad Forum Roy Burroughs
will lead the discussion on "On What is the Bible an Authority?"
Wesley Hall: Special showing of 4,000 feet of film on Manchuria at 5
p. m., at Wesley Hall. This film attempts to show constructive phases o
Japanese, intervention in Manchuria.
First Methodist Church: Dr. Fisher will preach at 10:45 a. m. on "Why
I Belong to the Church." In the evening his subject will be "The Invasion
of China."
Farris Hall: Student supper at 6:15 o'clock at a cost of 25 cents. The

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