THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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ation in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
rsity. Copy received atrthe office of the Assistant to the President
3:30: 11 :30 a. m. Saturday.
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VOL. XLIV No. 47
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1933
Seniors, College of L., S., and A.,
oflee of Architecture, School of
Educauion, School of Music, and
to o of Forestry and Conservation:
lepative lists of February and June
seniors for the above named schools
arid colleges have been posted in
S om 4, University Hall. Please check
t j4peing of your name and notify
tthe clerk at the counter of any irreg-
ularities or omissions.
D. L. Rich.
s.Xre4*edical Students: The Asso-
cation of American Medical Colleges
Committee on Aptitude Tests recom-
mends that any student applying for
tr nnge .by. September, 1934, to a
edicoal.schpol should take the Apti-
tude 'test. This will be given on De-
cember 6, 1933, in Room 25, Angell
Hall, from three to. five o'clock. For
dmission to, practically all medical
schols this .test is now a normal re-
,uirement. All applicants for admis-
s4on. to the University of Michigan
Medical School are expected to take
.V fee pf one dollar is charged to
Vefray the expenses of the Commit-
t .guill information and application
blanks should be obtained as soon as
possible at the office of the Reg-
istrar1 Room 4, University Hall. Reg-
i'o-tion will extend from November
13 through November 25.
Ira M. Smith, Registrar.
Students, College of Engineering:
e fiial day for removal of incom-
etes will be Saturday, November 18.
cases of extenuating circumstances
this time limit my be extended, but
;. pepition for extension of time must
be filed in the office of the Secre-
tar , op or before Saturday, the 18th
A. H. Lovell,
Assistant Dean and
ttdens interested in securing
aphlng or business positions are re-
z nded that Friday is the last day to
4n,. registration blanks; office
hours 9-12, and 2-4. Beginning Satur-
My, November 18, a late registration
fq sP .00 will be charged for all
bnk8 taken out. This is the only
61ii registration that will be held
43lring this school year, and applies
tf F!birary, June, and August
'pse, both seniors and graduate
University Bureau of Appoint-
ments a4 Occupational
Information. 201 Mason Hall.
D.rectors, Chaperons, Househeds
Uulrgraduate Women: "Dinner at
Ewght" and "Criminal at Large" are
qot University functions, and there-
foVe spe ial permission to attend
these productions in the evening
mnust be secured from the office, of
t DPeten of Women. Freshmen are
not eligible for such permission.
Asst. Dean of Women.
S omen Students Attending the
orthwestern - Michigan Football
aame: Women students wishing to
attend the Northwestern-Michigan
football game are required to register
in the Office of the Dean of Women.
A letter of permission from parents
must be received in the Dean of
Women's Office not later thant
Thursday, November 23. If a student
wishes to go otherwise than by train,
special permission for such mode of
travel must be included in the par-
Graduate women also are invited
to register in the office.
Byrl Fox Bacher,
Asst. Dean of Women.
Week of Prayer: The Student
Christian Association is sponsoring a
series of daily meetings in observance
of the international week of prayer,
the meetings to be held every after-
noon this week at 5:00 p. m. in the
Upper Room, Lane Hall.
Bowling: The bowling alleys at the
Women's Athletic Building will not
be open on Saturday afternoon, No-
Elmer Rice Lecture tickets will be
on sale today in the lobby of An-
gell Hall. They may also be secured
at the box office of Lydia Mendel-
ssohn Theatre today, tomorrow, and
Sunday. The lecture will be given
Sunday, Nov. 19, at 8:15 p. m.
Faculty, School of Education: Sec-
ond semester course elections by stu-
dents start December 1. Any correc-
tions in respect to the time and place
of offerings should therefore be made
known at once. Please leave notices
for a supplementary announcement
with me immediately.
C. O. Davis, Secretary.
Notice: The members of the Engi-
neering Library Committee have de-
cided that the following publications
should be dropped in order to re-
lease funds for book purchases. If no
objections are received by noon on
Monday, Nov. 20, the following list of
periodicals will be cancelled:
Annales des postes Telegraph; As-
soc. technique maritime et aerona-
tique. Bulletin; Assoc. des ingeneurs
electriciens sortes l'institut Monte-
fiore. Bulletin; Automobile Trade
Journal; Beitrage Zur Geschichte -
der technik und industrie; Coast Ar-
tillery Journal; Cornell Civil Engi-
neer; Deutscher ausschusz fur eisen-
beton; Economic review of Soviet
Russia (In English); Electric Mer-
chandizing; Electric Traction; Elec-
tric vehicle; Elektrische betrieb-
(kraft betrieb und bahnen); Empire
survey review; Field Artillery Jour-
nal; LaHouille blanche (Revue gen-
erale -hydro-elect.); India Rubber
and tire review; L'Industrie Automo-
bile et aeronautique; Industrielle psy-
chotechnik augewandte psychologie;
International railway assoc. Bulletin;
Motorship; La Nature; Omnia, revue
pratique de l'automobile; Ons Zeewe-
sen; Port of N.Y. and ship news;
Pratique Automobile; Railway signal-
ling; Revista electrotecnica; Revue de
genie militaire; South African survey
journal; Tecnica; Telephony; Thom-
son, Logarithmetica Brittanica; U. S.
Naval Institute, Proceedings; V.D.I.
Nachrichten; Zeitschrift des Bayeris-
chen revision verein; Zeitschrift fur
Fast Engineering Library: Les Ails,
(cancellation recommended by Aero.
Dept.); Popular Aviation (Concella- i
tion recommended by Aero Dept.). I
General Library: Societe indus-
trielle de Mul house. Bulletin.
Sociology 51: Midsemester make-up
examination will be held Saturday,
November 18, at 11 o'clock in Room
C, Haven Hall. No other make-up will
Economics 172- Accounting: Class
will meet with the Michigan Ac-
counting Conference at the Michigan
Union Ball Room, Friday, November
History 143:: Mid-semester exam-
ination Tuesday, November 21. Stu-
dents with names beginning with let-
ters from N to Z, inclusive, will meet
in Room G, Haven Hall; all others in
the regular lecture room.
Lectures And Concerts
University Lecture: Tuesday, No-
vember 21, 4:15 p. m., in the Chem-
istry Amphitheatre. Dr. W. C. Rose,
Professor of Physiological Chemistry
at the University of Illinois: "An In-
vestigation of a New Dietary Essen-
tial Present in Proteins."
The public is cordially invited.
Faculty Concert Program: The pro-
gram for the Faculty Concert to be
given Sunday afternoon in Hill Au-
ditorium at 4:15 o'clock, has been re-
vised to read as follows: Bach: Pre-
lude in C minor; Chorale Prelude,
"Wir Glauben alle in einem Gott";
Fugue in E flat major (St. Ann's);
(Mr. Doty) Ravel: Septet for Strings,
Harp, Flute and Clarinet (Miss Pfohl
and Messrs. Besekirsky, Hamilton,
Whitmire, Pick, Falcone and Stein);
Schumann: A-B-E-G-G Variations
Op. 1; Liszt: Sonnetto E major;
Brahms: Intermezzo Op. 119, No. 3;
Respighi: Notturno; Rachmaninoff:
Prelude B flat smajor (Mr. Brink-
man); Vaughn Williams: "On Wen-
lock Edge" A cycle of songs for tenor
voice with accompaniment of piano
and string quartet. (1) From Far,
from Eve and Morning; (2) Is My
Team Ploughing; (3) Oh, When I
was in Love with You; (4) Bredon
Hill; (5) Clun (Messrs. Hackett,
Besekirsky, Hamilton, Whitmire, Pick
History Department: The regular
Department luncheon will be held at
12:15 today, at the Michigan Union.
Paleontological Journal Club meets
in room 1532 University Museums at
5 p. m. All those interested in a dis-
cussion of paleontological problems
and a review of recent paleontolog-
ical literature will be welcome.
interested in the Junior Girls Play
at 4 o'clock at the League.
Theosophy: Elsie Pearson of De-
troit, will discuss "God In .Nature,"
with her study class in the Mich-
igan League Building at 7:45 p. m.
The public is welcome.
Hillel Foundation: Regular Friday
evening services will be held at the
Foundation at 7:30. Rabbi Heller will
hold his class in "Talmudic Person-
alities" immediately after the serv-
Outdoor Club: There will be a ski-
ing and tobogganing party for the
members on Friday night. All mem-
bers are requested to meet at the
League at 7:3'. It is necessary that
all students desiring to go register in
Miss McCormick's office at the
League so'me time Friday afternoon.
Michigan Dames: Child Study
group will meet at the home of Mrs.
Oles, 711. Granger, at 8:00 p. m.,
"Books for Parents" will be the topic
discussed by Miss Sarita Davis, who
will have with her copies of the
books she will use in her talk. Books
may be borrowed by those interested.
Graduate Outing Club will hold a
dinner hike Sunday, Nov. 19. Meet
in front of Angell Hall at 10 a., m.
sharp. Will return by 2 p. m. Phone
5745 for information and reserva-
tion. Bring 20c to cover expenses.
Lutheran Student Club: Regular
meeting Sunday, 5:30 p. in., at Zion
Lutheran Parish Hall, East Wash-
ington Street at South Fifth Ave-
nue. Dr. Edward Blakeman, formerly
in charge of student work in Wis-
consin, California, and Michigan Uni-
versities, will speak on the topic "The
Christian Student Tomorrow."
Ne w SUbmarine
TOKIO, Nov. 16 -UP) -Japan's
onward swing toward increased pow-
er at sea was signalized today by
the launching of a new submarine
depot-ship and an order placing in
reserve the Mutsu, her most formid-
Soon, it was understood, the Mutsu
is to be modernized extensively and
the newest in fighting equipment
added to her present strength.
Moie than 100,000 persons, ver-
nacular newspapers reported, turned
out of Yokosuka - principal base of
the sea forces - for a spectacular
festival at the launching of the Tai-
gei, meaning "Big Whale."
Minister of the Navy Admiral Mm-
ea Osumi presided over the ceremon-
ies at the launching of the depot-
ship, a 7,500-ton vessel outside the
categories of fighting craft limited
by the Washington and London na-
The Taigeiis not in itself an im-
portant ship, but the navy seized the
occasion to impress the nation with
its ability, to emphasize its need for
record appropriations next year and
incidentally to stress the paramount
value it places on its undersea fio-
Only the united opposition of labor
and the agrarian areas can prevent
the setup of a. Fascist state. -
Graduate Students In English: All
graduate students in the English De-
partment are invited to attend a dis-
cussion of the literary theories of
I. A. Richards to be held at 4 o'clock
in the Alumnae Room, Michigan
League (third floor). After the dis-
cussion, there will be a meeting for
the organization of an English Jour-
nal Club, to which all graduate stu-
dents in the Department are eligible.
A committee will present a constitu-
tion for discussion and adoption.
Delta Epsilon Pi meets at the Mich-
igan Union at 8:00 p. m.
All Junior Women: There will be a
dancing class for all Junior women
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SUNDAY, Nov. 19, at 8:15 P.M.
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
Tickets on sale in Angell Hall lobby Today
Tickets also on sale Today, Saturday and Sunday
at Box Office of Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
on the hill, each bearing
her gift to the greatest
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