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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

LY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all nmembers of the
University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President
Until 3:30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday.

VOL. XLIV

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1933

No. 241

Notices
Ford Exposition of Progress: The;
students and faculty members of the
University are invited by the Ford
Motor Company to inspect the Ford
Exposition of Progress, at Conven-
tion Hall, Detroit, from October 21
to October 28, inclusive Sunday ex-
cepted, from 10 a. m. to 11 p. m. The
Exposition consists of a display of
materials and methods of manufac-
turing showing the progress of the
last 30 years.
A. G. Ruthven.
College of Literature, Science and
Arts, School of Education, School of
Music: Any student, now in residence,
who received a mark of Incomplete'
or X 'at the close of the last term
of residence (semester or summer
session), must complete the work in
such course by the end of the first
month of the present semester, Octo-
ber 25. Where illness or other un-
avoidable circumstances make this
impossible a limited extension of time
may be granted by the administrative
officials of the School or College in
which the student is enrolled pro-
vided a written request, with the ap-
proval and the signature of the in-
structor of the course, is presented at
the Registrar's Office, Room 4, U. H.
In cases where no supplementary
grade is received and no request for
additional time has been filed, marks
of I and X shall be considered as
having lapsed into E grades.
Oratorical Association Lecture
Course: Season tickets and individual
tickets for the Dorothy Sands pro-
gram, "Our Stage and Stars," are now
on sale at Wahr's State Street store.
Single admission tickets for the Edna
St. Vincent Millay program will be
on sale Nov. 2.
Academic Notices
History 48: Make-up examination,
9-12 a. m., today, October 21, Room
320 Haven Hall.

sist of three to five minute talks
by applicants for membership on
subjects of their own choosing.

Graduate Outing Club will meet in
front of Angell Hall, Sunday at 2 p.
m. and take a hike through the Ar-
boretum. Professor Whittemore, of
the Landscape Design Department,
will explain it's interesting. features1
during the trip. All graduate students
are welcome.
Outdoor Club: All old members are
to meet in Miss McCormick's office,+
Michigan League, Monday afternoon'
at four o'clock.
Lieut. Col. F. C. Rogers, in com-
mand of Univ. R.O.T.C., is leading
a discussion with the International
Students' Forum on "The Case for
Armed Preparedness," at Wesley Hall,
Sunday, October 22, at 3 p. m.
Wesley Hall: Sunday Oct. 22-
9:30 Cooperating in the League
Freshman Round Tables. All
Methodist Freshmen urged to
attend.
10:45 Worship Service at the First
Methodist Church. Dr. Fisher
preaching on, "Is Christianity
True?"
12:15 Forum with Dr. Fisher on the
morning sermon.
3:00 International Student Forum.
Colonel F. C. Rogers, in com-
mand of the U. of M. R.O.T.C.,
will present "The Case for
Armed Preparedness. This is
included in a series of dis-
cussion on, "Is Pacifism Prac-
tical in All Types of Strife?"
6:00 Wesleyan Guild conducting a
worship service for students on
the theme, "How Can I Obtain
An Adequate Personal Reli-
gion?" Howard Dusching, '36L,
will speak on "My Ideas of an
Adequate Religion.
7:00 Supper and Fellowship. Special
feature will be singing of negro
spirituals.
Harris Hall: "Conversatione" for
students Saturday evening at seven

o'clock. Leader: Professor Robert An-
gell of the Department of Sociology..
Topic, "Prohibition Repeal and the
Student."
St. Andrew's Church: Services of
worship Sunday are: 8:00 a. m. Holy
Communion, 9:30 a. m. Church
School, 11:00 a. m. Kindergarten,
11:00 a. m. Morning Prayer and Ser-
mon "The Coming Religious Revival"
by the Reverend Edward M. Duff.
Congregational Church: Mr. Heaps
will deliver the third address in the
series on "Successful Living" at 10:45
Sunday, the Subject being, "Handling
the Small Things of Life."
The Student Fellowship wills be
addressed at 6:30 by Prof. E. R.
Waugh, of the Ypsilanti State Nor-
mal College, on "A Philosophy of
Government."
Presbyterian Student Appoint-
ments: Sunday-
9:00 Breakfast, Michigan League..
9:30 Round Table on Social and Re-
ligious Trends. Subject for dis-
cussion, "Is a World Commu-
nity Possible?"
10:45 Morning Worship, theme, "An-
swering the Challenge of the
Supreme Person, Jesus."
5:30 Social Hour and Supper.
6:30 Student Forum. Leader, Ed-
ward H. Litchfield. Subject, "If
I were a freshman."
Lutheran Student Club regular
meeting Sunday, 5:30 p. m., at Zion
Lutheran Parish Hall, East Wash-
ington Street at South Fifth Avenue.
The program will be the Annual In-
ternational Night. Speakers from sev-
eral nations will relate their native
customs.
Young People's Society of the
Church of Christ (Disciples) will
meet Sunday evening at the church.
Refreshments will be served at six
o'clock and will be followed by a
discussion period to be led by John
Field.
Hillel Foundation: The regular

LeaIueI For
Jews, Marxists,
Hitler Charges
Interferes With Internal
German Policies, States
Wolff News Agency
BERLIN, Oct. 20.-(P)-Germany
withdrew from the League of Nations
not only because of the "failure" of
the world disarmament conference,
but because the league had become a
forum for "Jews and Marxists." it
was asserted today in a statement by
the semi-official Wolff news agency.
The statement followed close on
the heels of the government's official
notification of the secretary of the
League at Geneva that the Reich
was withdrawing in accordance with
plans announced a week ago.
"The League of Nations lost the
right to represent the civilized world
because it had become an anti-FascistI
mass meeting and a platform for
Jewish and Marxistic oratory," th e
statement asserted.
"Germany will no longer partici-
pate in such assemblies which are a
caricature on international co-opera-
tion."
Then declaring that the official
notification leaves no doubt of Ger-
many's attitude, the statement con-
tinued:
"The exit from the league is the.
Sunday morning services will be held
at 11:15 at the League Chapel. Rabbi
Heller will conduct the services. His
sermon will be entitled "The History
of the Jews in Germany."
At 6:00 Rabbi Heller will meet his
class in "Dramatic Movements in
Jewish History" at his apartment.
At 7:30 there will be a freshman
open house at the foundation for
freshmen and new students. Enter-
tainment and refreshments. All fresh-
men and new students welcome.

oak rites Book
OniEgyptian Papyri
A new book, "Papyri From Teb-
tunis," has recently been published by
Prof. Arthur E. R. Boak, chairman of
the history department. The papyri
are a group of documents from the
record office of the Egyptian city and
deal chiefly with property transfer,
tax collection data and deeds of own-
ership.
Dating back to 42-49 A.D., when
Claudius was Roman emperor, they
are expected to yield much valuable'
information concerning the official
and communal life of that day, said
Dr. Boak. The language in which
they are written is Greek rather than
Egyptian because of the influence of
the conquests of Alexander the
Great, he indicated.
The volume, which is number 28
of the Humanistic Series, is one of a
number of others planned to trans-
late and explain documents in the
collection of Michigan Papyri.
logical consequence of the failure of
The disarmament conference which,
formally independent, in reality was
only an instrument of the league."
Reviewing failures in the league's
history, the statement said the Sino-
Japanese conflict had raised doubts
everywhere concerning the league's
efficacy and had hastened Germany's
decision to withdraw.
$ "Besides the negative results of the
disarmament conference, the deci-
sive factor was the impression of the
last Lelague of Nations meeting-
where a number of states, in viola-
tion of all usages and with the sole
desire to pose, made attempts to in-
terfere with internal German poli-
~tics," it declared.

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Events Today
Children's Rhythm Classes: These
classes will begin today and will be
held in Barbour Gymnasium. Chil-
dren 4 to 6 years old will come at
10: 15, 7 to 9 years old will come, at
10:45, and 10 to 12 years old will
come at 11:15. A small fee is charged.
Wesley Hall is having a general
Open House after the game, this eve-
ning.
Art Cinema League presents for the
last tne tonight at 8:15, its last
show of the month, "Be Mine To-
night." This is entirely in English.
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. All seats
reserved. 25c each. Box-office open
12:30 to 1:30; 4 to 9. Phone 6300.

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28

Coming Events
Acolytes: "Cosmic Pragmatism
and its Humanistic Implications" is
the topic to be discussed by Profes-
sor Orland 0. Norris, of Michigan
State Normal College, Monday eve-
ning,. October 23, 7:30, in Room 202
South Wing. Students interested in
Philosophy are invited.
All Play Production Students and
Members of the Glee Clubs taking
part in the Auction Scene of Uncle
Tom's Cabin are requested to report
to Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, Sun-
day at 2:30 for rehearsal. Those peo-
ple not attending will be dropped
from the cast.
Freshmen and others interested in
speech activities and in trying out
for Alpha Nu membership are invited
to the tryout meeting Tuesday at
7:30 in the Alpha Nu room, fourth
floor Angell Hall. Program will con-

FOR THE LAST TIME
THIS MONTH-
Art Cinema League
gives
A UNIVERSAL PICTURE
rented by CarlLaemmie
Tonight at 8:15 P.M.
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN
THEATRE
Entirely in English
FOOTBALL MICKEY MOUSE

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MICH IGAN-CH ICAGO
FOOTBALL GAME
and the
WORLD'S FAIR
Special train for the band students and their
friends will leave Ann Arbor 7:00 a.m. City Time.
Tickets also good going on certain trains October 27,
28 and morning of the 29th. Return leave Chicago not
later than November 1st. Buy your ticket in advance.
MICHIGAN CENTRAL
Chicago, 53rd St. Station is near Stagg Field
Central Station is adjacent to World's Fair Entrance

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