THE MICHIGAN DAILY
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President
Until 3:30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday.
VOL. XLIV No. 37
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1933
President and Mrs. Ruthven will be
at bome to students of the University
on Wednesday, November 8, from
four to six o'clock.
Observation of Armistice Day: In
order that faculty and students may
take part in the observance of Armis-
tice Day, classes throughout the Uni-
versity will be dismissed between the
hours of 10:00 a. m. and 12:00 a. m.
Saturday, Nov. 11. Hospitals, clinics,
laboratories, libraries and offices will
To Deans, Directors, Department
Heads and Others Responsible for
"ayrolls: If you have not already
done so, please call at the business
Office to approve payrolls.
Edna M. Geiger,
Graduate School Students: All
gradnate students who have not filed
a formal application for the degree
Which they are seeking should do so
at once. The application forms are
available In the office of the Grad-
uate School, 1014 Angell Hall.
Students specializing in Education
need not fill out these forms.
G. Carl Huber, Dean.
' College of Architecture - Mid-
Semester Reports: Cards for mid-
semesteT reports are now being dis-
tribted. Please return these cards
to th 4ffice of the College of Archi-
tectue"on or before Nov. 18.
Undergraduate Students of the
Coege of Literature, Science, and
t'heArts: Undergraduate students in
the -College of Literature, Science,
and the Arts wishing to become can-
diates for aUniversity Scholarship
may obtain blankapplications in the
Mofie of the Dean 'of the' College
ofrLiterature, Science, and the Arts,
110 Angell HBall. There are three
Mandelbaum Scholarships open to
men only. There will be some Marsh
8iholarships open to all literary stu-
~The blanks must be filled out and
.returned not later than Nov. 11. No
application made after that date will
receive consideration. The awards will
be made about December 1.
F. E. Bartell,
Registration: All students inter-
ested in securing positions after
graduation in February, June, or Au-.
#ust, will meet in Natural Science
Auit m, 'Thursdaly, Nov. 9, at
4:15. s is for both seniors and
graduate students, and applies to
"hose interested in either teaching or
Vni'versity Bureau of Appointments
and Occupational Information.
University Bureau of Appointments;
& Occupational Information: The
following Civil Service Examinations
have 'been announced:
Assistant psychologist, $2,600 to
ject, "North American Archaeology,"
Thursday, November 16, at 4:15 p. m.,
in the Natural Science Auditorium.
The lecture will be illustrated by lan-
This is the second in a series of
University lectures by members of
the University of Michigan faculty.
The public is cordially invited.
Edna St. Vincent Millay Lecture:
Tickets are now on sale at Wahr's
State Street Store for Miss Millay's
program which is to be given in Hill
Auditorium on Wednesday, Nov. 15,
at 8 p. 'm. Season tickets are still
available for the remaining numbers
mof the series. Purchasers of single
admission tickets to the' Dorothy
Sands program may apply the full
purchase price toward securing a sea-
son ticket. A reduction of twenty-five
cents has been made on the price of
tle 'course for the remaining five
Physics Colloquium: Professor J.
M. Cork will speak on "The Produc-
tion of High Speed Particles" at 4:15
p. m. in Room 1041, East Physics
Bldg. All interested are cordially in-
vited to attend.
Junior Research Club: Dr. E. J.
Abbott - "Loudness of Sounds."
Business meeting - Election of new
members at 7:30 p. m., 2082 Natural
Graduate Luncheon for Chemical
Engineers: The regular luncheon for
staff and graduate students inchem-
ical engineering will be held at 12:15
in room 3201 E. Engineering Build-
ing. Professor Max Handman of the
Economics Department will address
Electrical Engineering Students:
The first Contact Program will be
held 'at 7:45 p. i., Natural Science
Auditorium. Mr. Ray Foulkrod, of
the Bell System, will be the speaker.
The Department expectsall seniors
to attend. All others are welcome.
R.O.T.C.: There will be a meeting
of all of the members of the regi-
mental staff, battalion staffs, com-
pany commanders, and guidons at
7:30 p. i., at the R. . T. C. Head-
quarters. The members of the regi-
mental staf will bring Sam Browne
Adelphi House of 'Representatives:
Regular meeting today at 7:30 p.
m. in the society's room, fourth floor
of Angell Hall. The program will be
a debate between an affirmative and
negative team picked from the Var-
sity debate squad. They will debate
the conference question "Resolved,
that a Constitutional amendment
making permanent the powers of the
President as of July 1, 1933 be
adopted. Everyone is welcome.
Zeta Phi Eta: Important meeting
at 7':30 in the League. Initiation at
Beginners' Class in Horseback Rid-
ing meets at the North University
entrance of the Michigan League at
8:00 p. m. for transportation to
dents: Graduate tap dancing class
meets'tonight at 7:15 in Barbour
Interfraternity Council: Regular
monthly meeting in the Council
rooms in the Union on Wednesday,
November 8, at 7:00 p. in.
Acolytes (Philosophical Society) :
Professor Z. Clark Dickenson, of the
Department of Economics, will speak
on "Philosophy of Value: Economic
Values and Their Relation to Other
Types of Value," Monday evening,
7:30, Room 202 South Wing. Students
interested in Philosophy and in Eco-
nomics- are invited.
Luncheon for Graduate Students:
Wednesday, November 8, at Russian
Tea Room of Michigan League. Dean
Huber, of the Graduate School, will
speak informally about graduate
Phi Lambda Upsilon. Business
meeting, 7:30 p. in., Wednesday, Nov.
8. Room, 303 Chemistry Building.
Vanguard Club: Meeting Wednes-
day at 9 p. in., Michigan Union.
Members and all others are welcome.
Michigan Singers and Varsity Glee
Club: There will be a short rehearsal
Wednesday at 5:00 in the Glee Club
rooms in the Union for all those who
are to sing at the Iowa game. Anyone
who is interested in singing is wel-
come. There will also be short re-
hearsals at Ferry Field on Thursday
and Friday at 5:00 p. m. Please be
prompt. No Glee Club rehearsal
Women's Field Hockey: There will
be a hockey spread in the Women's
Athletic Building directly after the
game on Thursday.
Newcomers' Tea: The Newcomers'
Section of the Faculty Women's Club
will hold its first meeting at the
home of Mrs. Ralph W. Hammett,
1425 Pontiac Road, on Friday, No-
vember 10, at 3 p. m. All newcomers
are urged to attend.
Garden Section, Faculty Women's
Club will meet at 3:00 p. in. Wednes-
day, November 8, at the home of Mrs.
George S. McConkey, Ann Arbor
Hills. Mrs. C. A. Harris will speak on
"House Plants." Those desiring trans-
portation phone 5542.
Harry Cohen Arrested
For Traffic Violations
Harry Cohen, 52 years old, known
to students as "Dad," the proprie-
tor of "Dad's Place," once a popular
roadhouse near Ypsilanti, has been
arrested in Dearborn for three traffic
violations and has been lodged in the
county jail here awaiting trial. "Dad,"
since the closing of his "place" on
the Detroit road, has been operating
a beer parlor in Ann Arbor.
We always make the mistake of
thinking man a rational intellectual
animal. - Clarence Darrow.
Camp Of Stump Speakers Ago
As 'Tung Oi' Jug Disappears
By A. ELLIS BALL
Campus jugs have proved jinxes of
some sort or another for many years.
Mystery yesterday surrounded the
disappearance of the "Tung Oil" Jug,
mascot for the Stump Speakers Sb:-
ciety of Sigma Rho Tau, engineering
In accordance with the traditional
pledging ceremony of the society, the
"Tung Oil" Jug was placed upon the
stump in the center of the senior
benches near the Engineering Aich-
early yesterday morning.
The pledge whose duty it was to
guard with his life the traditional jug
had departed for a hasty breakfast.
When he returned he was horrified--
to put it mildly-r to find that his
charge had been pilfered.
A hasty round-up of the executive
committee was made and the club
room of the society soon took on
the appearance of a war camp head-
quarters. Less than three hours later
committees had been appointed, con-
ferences held, and investigation was
From reliable sources -it was ru-
mored that a prominent literary
speech society on campus is vitally
interested in preventing the appear-
ance of the jug at the pledging cere-
monies Wednesday night.
The executive committee was
unanimously in favor of offering a
large reward for the return of the
jug. The special committte, appoint-
ed during the crisis, is headed by
Return - o e
Three members of the University
expedition to Greenland arrived in
Copenhagen, Nov. 4, on their return'
trip to Ann Arbor, according to a
dispatch received by the New York
Prof. Ralph L. Belknap, director,'
Evans Schmeling, aerologist, and
Max Demorest, assistant aerologist,
all of the geology department, are
the last of the members of the ex-
pedition to arrive at Copenhagen,'
Herbert Gardner, botanist,ehaving
The expedition was undertaken in
conjunction with the Pan-American
Airways with the purpose of invest-
gating wind forces and other mete-
orological conditions affecting tran's-
Atlantic air routes.
When questioned about the possi-
bility of a Greenland air route, Pro-
fessor Belknap said that he had ob-
served storms more violent than
those seen in any other part of the
"However," he continued, "I be-
lieve the Greenland route the most
practical as it will be possible to
send planes over this route for a
considerable time yearly."
Albert J. Stone, '34E, and has sworn
to recover the famed trophy before
7:30 p. m. tomorrow.
The jug was presented to the
Stump Speakers Society by a promi-
nent South American engineer who
had been made an honorary member
of the organization. The ,jug is sup-
posedly constructed from the same
clay in which the "Tung Oil" plant is
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Islands' foremost citizens. Many
times a visitor in this country, Ar-
tiaga was the first Filipino to con-
gratulate Professor Hayden on his
"Rejoicing for Michigan and con-
gratulate you and your family," Ar-
tiaga's cablegram said.
Professor Hayden's next congratu-
latory cablegram from the Philip-
pines was from the Hon. George A.
Malcom, '04, '06L, a justice of the
Philippine Supreme Court. This mes-
sage extended to Professor Hayden
the "congratulations of the Univer-
sity of Michigan Club of the Philip-
pines." Malcom, in addition to his
two academic degrees, has an hon-
orary degree granted here in 1921.
Dean Maximo M. Kalaw, a mem-
ber of the political science faculty of
the University of the Philippines, re-
ceived his doctor's degree here when
he was "exchanged" in 1923 for Pro-
fessor Hayden, who went to the Uni-
versity of the Philippines in 1922 and
1923. In addition to Dean Kalaw,
two other political science men from
the Philippines obtained their doe-
"tor's degrees here.
Other prominent men in the
great Michigan "army" closelyrcon-
Ynected with the Philippines are:
Dean C. Worcester, '89, who was
on the first and second Philippine
Commissions and who was secretary
of the interior from 1901 to 1913.
Dr. Nelson E. Freer, '92L, who went
from the faculty here to found the
Bureau of Science in the Islands.
Dr. Richard E. Strong, who helped
to found the Medical School of the
University of the Philippines.
E. Finley Johnson, '90L, who be
came a justice of the Supreme Court
of the Philippines, a position he held
for 32 years.
George Wrentmore, '93E, who
helped in the founding of the en-
ineering college of the University
of the Philippines.
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Announcements are on file at the
office, 201 Mason Hall.'
R.O.T.C. Uniforms: Delivery made
today and Wednesday from 8:00 to
5:00 p. m. at R. O. T. C. Headquar-
Scabbard and Blade: The tickets
for the Dinner-Dance which is to be
held Friday night are on sale at the
R O. T. C. Headquarters. Both the
actives and initiates will call for
theirs. The initiates will also pay
their initiation fee before Friday.'
Women's Field Hockey: The sched-
ule for the Interclass Hockey Tour-
Tuesday, November 7--
Freshmen vs. Juniors.
Sophomores vs." Seniors.
Thursday, November 9-
Freshmen vs. Seniors
Sophomores vs. Juniors.
MAE CLARKE in
Alpha Nu meets at 7:30 p. m.
Adelphi Room, fourth floor Angell
Hall. Program consists of debate by
the Varsity squad on the Varsity
question. Those desirous of affiliat-
ing with Alpha Nu are esp'ecially in-
National Student League: A short
business meeting will be held in the
Michigan Union at 8:00 p. m. fol-
lowed by a discussion of the National
Student League program. Everyone
Christian Science Organization
meets at 8 o'clock this evening in the
Chapel of the Michigan League
Building. All faculty and students in-
terested are invited to attend.
Mixer for Catholic Students and
their friends from 8 until 10 p. m.
in St. Mary's Chapel auditorium.
The Bookshelf and Stage Section
of the Faculty Women's Club meets
at 2:45, at the home of Mrs. R. K.
Brown, 1801 Hermitage Road.
Gala Week Starts NOV. 12
Matinees: Wednesday, Friday
on STAGE T ROBERT HENDERSON presents
TheOriginal STAGE Play - NOT a Picture!
.Starr n sr
Sea t Sadelees day
Noel Tearle, Ainsworth Arnold, Robert Henderson, Francis Compton,
Amy Loomis and a Distinguishied Cast of 30.
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"HEADING FOR TROUBLE"I
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Women's Field Hockey:
the sub-tournament are:
Freshman II vs. Unive
Freshman III vs. Unive
. NOW ONLY TWO
AJEST C DAYS MORE
NA Ut -TOHE OTHER 4
for itself.. in your own pipe.
homore II vs. Freshman II.
shman III vs. University High
versity Lecture: Dr. Carl E.
Director of the Museum of
opology, will lecture on the sub-
Michigan Dames: Regular meeting
at 8:00 p. m.; in the Grand Rapids
Room of the Michigan League. Bridge
and other games will be played. A
cordial invitation is extended to the'
wives of all married students. There
will be a box at the door to receive"
coin donations for the Community
To Swipes, the news.)
boy, "Chuck" Connors
was the Bowery's big
shot. To Steve Brodie,
he was just small time.
But it was all in fun(oh,
I JOSEPH A.SGlutR.
Tap Dancing - Graduate
THE AMATEUR THEATRE GROUP
formerly the Xerostemians
NOEL COWARD'S ENGLISH SUCCESS
yeah?), and when it daLNCK
'came to a show-down; F r ANUC t
both came through.WEy
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