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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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vember 23, at 3:00 p. in., in the Mich-

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publieation i;n 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.

for ping pong and dancing. Refresh-
mnents are served during the evening.
If you are not already in the habit
of "dropping in" you are cordially
invited.

vember 23, at 3:00 p. m., in the Mich-
igan League Ballroom.
Stalker Hall: Sunday, Nov. 19-

VOL. XLIV No. 48s
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 18, 1933
Notice
T Department Heads and Others
Concerned: Owing to Thanksgivingz
falling on the last day of the month
and. ay day being November 29, thet
hourly time slips must be in the 1
Business Office not later than No-
vember 22 to be included in the
monthly roll.
Edna. M. Geiger,
Payroll Clerk. ,
Faculty, School of Education: Sec-
end semester course elections by stu-
'4epts. start December 1. Any correc-
ions 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. D. 'Davis, Secretary.
Faculty, College of Literature, Sci-
ence, and the Arts: Midsemester re-1
ports are due today. More cards if
needled can be had at my office.
These reports are understood as
naming those students whose stand-
ing at midsemester time is D or E, not
merely those who receive D or E in
socalled midsemester examinations.
Freshinen who were reported at the
end of the fifth week need not be,
reported again, unless their standing
has gone.up or down since that time.
It is very important, however, the
freshmen whose standing has risen
above D or dropped below C since
the earlier report, be reported again.
Students electing our courses, but
registered in other schools or col-
kges of the University, should be re-
ported .to the school or college inC
which they are registered.
W. R. Humphreys,
Assistant Dean.
Women Students Attending thek
Nirthwestern - Michigan Football
Gaane: Women students wishing to
attend the Northwestern-Michigan
football, game are required to register
inthe .Office of the Dean of Women.
A letter of permission from parents
miustbe received in the Dean of
Women's Office not later than.
'hursday, November 23. If a student
,wisles to go otherwise than by train,
,special, permission- for such mode of
travel must be included in the par-
ent's letter.
Graduate women also are invited
to register in the office.
Byrl Fox Bacher,
Asst. Dean of Women.
Menbers of Comedy Club, Students
in Play Production, and Faculty
Members of. the English Department
are invited to a reception in honor
of Elmer Rice to be held immediately
after his lecture on Sunday evening,
ov. 19, at the League Building.
limer Rice Lecture tickets for Sun-
,dy evening, Nov. 19, may be secured
at the box office of Lydia Mendel-

ssohn Theatre until two o'clock today,

Coming Events

and from nine a. m. to eight p. m. Alpha Nu meets Wednesday, No-
on Sunday. I vember 22, at 7:30 in the Alpha Nu
Room, fourth floor Angell Hall.
Notice: The members of the Engi-1Pledges will present a debate on gov-
neering Library Committee have de- ernment ownership of railroads.
cided that the following publications Everyone invited. Note change of
should be dropped in order to re- meeting date from Tuesday to Wd-
lease funds for book purchases. If no nesday.
objections are received by noon on
Monday, Nov. 20, the following list of Alpha Epsilon Mu: Regular meet-
periodicals will be cancelled: ing Sunday at 5:30 p. m. in the Rus-
Annales des postes Telegraph; As- sian Tea Room of the League. Please
soc. technique maritime et aerona- try to be present.
tique. Bulletin; Assoc. des ingeneurs
electriciens sortes l'institut Monte- Graduate Outing Club will hold a
fiore. Bulletin; Automobile Trade dinner hike Sunday .morning. Meet
Journal; Beitrage Zur Geschichte - Ilin front of Angell Hall at 10 a. in.
der technik und industrie; Coast Ar- We will hike to the Boy Scout cabin
tillery Journal; Cornell Civil Engi- near the intersection of N. Main St.
neer; Deutscher ausschusz fur eisen- and Huron River Drive. Some trans-,
beton; Economic review of Soviet portation will be provided for those
Russia (In English); Electric Mer- wishing to go about noon. Will return
chandizing; Electric Traction; Elec- about 3:00 p. m. Please phone 5745j
tric vehicle; Elektrische betrieb- and make reservation as soon as pos-'
(kraft betrieb und bahnen); Empire sible. Bring 20c to cover expense. All,
1 survey review; Field Artillery Jour- graduate students welcome.
nal; LaHouille blanche (Revue gen-
erale - hydro-elect.); India Rubber'
and tire review; L'Industrie Automo- Sophomore Women: All those
bile et aeronautique; Industrielle psy- women who have tried out, or wish toI
chotechnik augewandte psychologie; try out, for singing from the Cab-
International railway assoc. Bulletin; aret please report at the League at
Motorship; La Nature; Omnia, revue 4:30 on Monday.
pratique de l'automobile; Ons Zeewe-
sen; Port of N. Y. and ship news; University Women: There will be a
Pratique Automobile; Railway signal- Swimming Club tea at the Women's
ling; Revista electrotecnica; Revue de Athletic Building on Monday, Novem-
genie militaire; South African survey ber 20, at 4:15. All those interested
journal; Tecnica; Telephony; Thom- in becoming members and those who
son, Logarithmetica Brittanica; U. S. are members are cordially invited. IfI
Naval Institute, Proceedings; V.D.I. you are interested but unable to at-
Nachrichten; Zeitschrift des Bayeris- tend, come to the Union Pool at 9:30
chen revision verein; Zeitschrift fur Saturday morning, November 25.
vermessungswesen.
East Engineering Library: Les Ails,
(cancellation recommended by Aero. Michigan - Massachusetts Club:
Dept.); PopularAviation (Concella- Meeting in the Grand Rapids room
of the Michigan League Building
tion recommended by Aero Dept.). Sunday, November 19, at 3:30 p. m.
General Library: Societe indus- All Massachusetts students are en-
trielle de Mul house. Bulletin, titled to membership and it is im-I

9:30 Freshman Roundtable at the
League.
10:45 Worship service at First M. E.
Church. Dr. Fisher preaching
on "Finding Your Own Relig-
ious Experience."
12:15 Half hour forum and discus-
sion.
3:00 International Student Forum.

iseussion Of
La w Cbanges
Given By Bates'V
eModern Law Practice No'
Longer Predominately A
Court One, He Maintains'

Student-led discussion on "Ra- ;
cial Prejudice as Cause of The "good old days" of law are no
War." Tea will be served, mere - but the change has been one
6:00 Wesleyan Guild. Inaugurating for the better, Dean Henry M. Bates
a new series of services and of the Law School said yesterday in
talks on the theme "Adequate a radio talk on the vocational series
Social Attributes of a Personal of the University Broadcasitng Ser-'
Religion." Miss Barbara Hall, vice.
e4, will speak Young men who think of the law
7:00 Supper and fellowship. in terms of ranting. lawyers movingj
juries to tears by their sheer elo-
Congregational Church: At 10:45 quence should not enter the field to-
Sunday, Mr. Heaps will conclude his day, he said. The law has become1
series of addresses on "Successful more constructive and the lawyer
Living," the subject being, "The must have more of the engineeringI
Achievement of Poise." planning attitude, he stated.
the Student Fellowship will be ad- "Modern law practise is no longer1
dressed, following the regular 6 predominately a court practise, but
o'clock supper, by Dr. Theophile S. the lawyer today acts rather in a
Raphael, Psychiatrist of the Health preventive and advisory. capacity, and
Service of the University, speaking there are now many special fields
on "A Philosophy of Morals." such as patent law and interna-
tional law," he said.
Harris Hall: Holy Communion Dean Bates cautioned young people┬░
Sunday morning at 9:30 in the Wil- against making a choice of profes-
liams Memorial Chapel. sion too early in life. "It is a mis-
"Conversatione" for students Sun- take in most cases. Almost every
day evening at seven o'clock. boy at some age wants to be a stage
-- driver, a locomotive engineer, or a
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church: flier," he said.
Services of worship Sunday are:'8:00 Choice of an occupation demands
a. in. Holy Communion, 9:30 a. m. maturity and a more intimate knowl-
Church School, 11:00 a. m. Kinder- edge of various occupations and of

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NOTICE
BUY NEW AND USED CARS FROM
FINANCE CO. 311 W. Huron 22001.
1933, 1932, 1931, 1930 models. 12x
ARCADE CAB. Dial 6116. Large com-
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2xRo

$3 REWARD for return of slide rule
left in West Engine Building Mon-
day. Address post office, Box 306.
163
TAXICABS
TAXI-Phone 9000. Seven-passenger
cars. Only standard rates. Ix

LIRETTE'S shampoo and finger wave
75c every day. Dial 3083. 103
Fossil 1n1ters
Discover Rare
Bird_:Spueeimeu
Millions of bones have been found
in the fossil beds of the big bad-
lands of South Dakota but among
all these millions no remains of a
bird have ever been found except
the unique hawk skull discovered by
members of the University Museum
of Paleontolog staff in oligocene
beds near the Watch Iey Ranch of
Albert G. Granger, '06L.
The museum was exceptionally for-
tunate, officials stated yesterday, in
obtaining this rare specimen. Bird
bones are fragile and the skull is even
more so than the other parts. The
skull is now on display in the second
floor gallery of the Museums build-
k ing.
The specimen, which was named
in honor of Mr. Granger in recog-
nition of his gracious reception of
the party, will be discussed in a pa-
per to appear shortly by Dr. Alex-
ander Welmore, assistant director of
the Smithsonian Institute, and Prof.
E. E. Case, disector of the Museum
of Paleontology.
The world's salvation lies in recog-
nition of the principle that common
rights imply a c o m m o n duty. -
Adolph Hitle,.
I GOLFSIDE.
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Beautiful Wooded Riding
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garten, 11:00 a. m. Morning prayer life than one is able to get in his
and Sermon, "The Relation of Chris- high school period, Dean Bates
tianity to the State" by the Reverend stated.
Henry Lewis. He also outlined qualities of per-
sonality, character, and aptitude nec-
Roger Williams Guild: 503 E. Hu- essary in one who intends to enter
ron. Sunday, 10:45, "Experimenting the profession, and spoke of training
in Morals," Mr. Sayles. 12:00 o'clock, offered by the University.
"Early Christian Home Life," Mr. -
Chapman. 6:00 p. m. Dr. Leroy Wat- ly at 7:30 p. in. Persons qualified to
erman will speak on "Knobkerries, analyze the nudist movement from
Old and New," - topic suggested by the physiological, psychological, and
Bernard Shaw's "Black Girl in sociological perspectives have been
Search for God." The occasion is a specially invited to lead this discus-
joint meeting with the Church Fo- sion. Everyone is welcome.
rum-group. "The Revolution in Morals" will be
the subiect of Mr. Marlev's address

WANTED
WANTED TO BUY MEN'S OLD AND
new suits and overcoats. Will pay
3, 4, 5, and 8, 9 dollars. Phone Ann
Arbor, 4306, Chicago Buyer. 5x
LAUNDRY

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Bowling: The bowling alleys at the
Women's Athletic Building will not be
open this afternoon.
Academic Notices
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
be given.
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.
Events Today
Unitarian Open-house: The Li-
brary and Social Hall are open every
Saturday evening to those who enjoy
the exchange of ideas on all matters
of interest to the contemporary man
or woman. There are also facilities

portant that all attend this meeting.
3J-Hop Committee meeting Sunday
at 4 o'clock, Room 304 Michigan

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Union. It is important that all mem- Christian Reformed and Reformed
bers be present. Students: Church services sponsored
by this group will be held on Sun-
Chinese Students: The Chinese day, Nov. 19, in the chapel of the
Students' Christian Association will Michigan League at 9:30. Rev. W.
hold its first meeting in the upper Kok, pastor of the First Christian Re-
room of Lane Hall at 4 p. m., Sunday, formed Church of Zeeland, Mich.,
November 19. All students are cor- I trill conduct the service.
dially invited to attend and other- -
members are welcome. Tea and re- Lutheran Student Club: Regular
freshments will be served. meeting Sunday, 5:30 p. m., at Zion

Sunday at 10:45.
hillel Foundation, Sunday, Nov. 19:
11:15 a. m. Kurt Peiser, director
of the Jewish Welfare Federation of
Detroit will speak on "The Challenge
of Increased Leisure" at the regular
Sunday morning services at the
League Chapel.
8:15 p. m. Elmer Rice will lecture,
at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre on
"The Future of the Theatre." Mr.
Rice's lecture is being sponsored by
the Hillel Players.
Due to Mr. Rice's appearance,
Rabbi Heller's class will not meet
Sunday evening.

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beautifully finished, 13c. Phone
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8x
LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox darned.
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"The WALL STREET JOUR-
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and special student rates with-
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Avukah: Important meeting at thek
Michigan Union, room 302, SundayI
at 8 p. in. Adoption of a constitutioni
will be considered and permanent
officers will be elected. All are urged
to attend.t
Faculty-Alumni Dance Series: First
dance will be held Monday evening at+
nine o'clock in the Union Ballroom.
Season tickets or single admissionj
tickets are available.1
Michigan Dames: Art Group will1
meet at the home of Mrs. Sink, 1546 1
Packard St., at 8:00 p. in., Monday,
November 20.
Faculty Women's Club: There will j
be a demonstration of making Christ-
mas decorations on Thursday, No-

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."
Young People's Society of the
Church of Christ (Disciples) will
meet Sunday at 6 p. m. at the church.
Lunch will be served at 6:00 and will
be followed by a discussion period
that will be led by Robert Shon-
bacher.
Liberal Students Union: Nudism
- Its Values and Significance - will
be be topic discussed by this group
Sunday evening in the Library, Uni-
tarian church, corner of Huron and
State. The meeting will start prompt-

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STEAKS, CHOPS, and CHICKEN DINNERS

DANCING 9 to 12

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The "pro vocative" "uproarious" "hilarious" Playboy
You'll agree with last night's audience!
COMEDY CLUB
Presents
Detroit Lbratory Theatre
offering

VAUDEVILLE TONIGHT
ad J ANN HARDING in "Animal Kingdom"

The funny,
funny show about the
smooth 'smoothie!

MAJESTIC Ends Tonight
The Original Stage Play
NOT a Picture !
BLANCHE RiNG AND CAST OF 30

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