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cial evening. Discussion on salient "Glimpses of Christian Mis- R iAcce t Git
u l te 1 I CIs/ nT U T points of Harry F. Ward's lectures. sions in India." A social hour gne t G f I
DAILY OFICIAL.BLLETllfollow._
2i~ct~ittlo In thep Bulletin i8 constructive notice to all members of the - O- f ce tfi au
University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President Coming Events Lutheran student Club: Regular.
Until .Q1W s3 ao.. .Saturday. LuhrnSdetClbRgla
VtL:.; XLV N. 59hantguingshwwacd s Woman's Research Club: Regular meeting 5:30 p. m Sunday at Zion _- (Continued from Page1)
- O5meeting, Monday, December 4, 3024 Lutheran Parish Hall, East Washing- bring the fees to conform with those
. XLIEENE.2593 Th3nsgiig hw hhinudesMuseums Building at 7:30 p. in. Mrs. ton Street, South Fifth Avenue. The of other units. The matriculation fee
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1933 ''Zoo in Budapest," a Mickey Mouse H. S. Mallory will talk on "The Study topic for student discussion will be in the School of Music Summer Ses-
short, and the first of the Battle for of Children." "What Should be the Attitude of the sion was reduced to $5, the same as
Noties Life series. Lydia Mendelssohn The- Church toward Marriage and Di- that in effect in t h e Graduate
President and Mrs. Ruthven will be Graduate Club: (Men and women). vorce?" Joseph Schantz will be the School.
atre. All seats are reserved - twenty- Eee-dsuso
at home to members of the faculties ftf sMeeting Dec. 4, 7:00 p. m., Elemen- discussion leader. Sabbatical leaves for next semester
ind other resicents of Ann Arbor on frm:cents. Th o xJ0 oic3 t open tary School Library. Dr. L. W. Keeler, were granted Prof. Cleo Murtland of
Sunday, December 3, from four to six from 12:30 to 1:30 and from 3 to 8:30 Assistant Director of the Bureau of Student-Walther League: Supper the vocational education department
o'clock. Phone 6300. Reference and Research, will discuss and discussion of current topics at and Prof. Donald V. Baxter of the
the work of the Bureau of Educa- 5:30 p. m. Sunday at St. Paul's Lu- School of Forestry and Conservation.
To The iembers of the Faculties: Academic Notices tional Research with special emphasis theran Church, corner of Liberty and Prof. Herbert F. Taggart of the
Members of the faculties and their Geology I Another quiz section on the Jackson Prison educational Third Streets. Everybody is cordially School of Bisiness Administration
wivesre invited to inspect Hutchinsy :project. All graduates of the School invited to attend, was granted leave from Nov. 18 un-
dh as been added, meeting on Tues., of Education invited.
I'1llbetween'the hours 'of °2 and 5 tilCthe nd of th presentsemester
Thurs., and Sat., at 10:00 in Room ti,_hedfthpeensmstr
P.l m e~Sa turyDecenmber 22,and 56h'N., nS ata 0: iioo Liberal Student Union: "Recrea- He has been invited by the National
H. M. Bates. 3056 N. S- GraduateOuting .Club will -meet in tion and Leisure in a New Society" Recovery Administration to make a
front of Angell Hall Sunday at 3 p. m. will be the topic discussed by Pro- study of cost accounting provisions
History 146 will not be given next and go on a short hike. All graduate fessor Elmer Mitchell at the Sunday in industry codes. Mortimer B. Dan-
Faculty Meeting - College of Liter- s:m ter. History 140 (The Unted students are invited. meeting of this group. 7:30 p. m. in iels, who will take his place, was
nt regular ndth ets: theStates in Recent Decades) will be the library of the Unitarian Church, named assistant professor of ac-
Facultyf.the olyegefngLiterateg,.,. ,nR m ,Philippine-Michigan lb: Reglar corner of Huron and State. Social counting.
Faculty of the College of Literature, Haven Hall. meeting on Sunday, December 3, Lane hour at nine o'clock. Everyone is wel- Dr. Moses Cooperstack, assistant
Monda, ndehemb 4, at 4:10 p. .hin E Hall, 3:00 p. m. come. professor of pediatrics, was reap-
ron 1025 Angell all. EducationD202, Seminar in Prob- "Scientists, Plus" will be Mr. Mar- pointed. He is in general charge of
aon te items of business are lems in the Teaching of Science: This Michigan - Massachusetts C I u b : ley's subject, Sunday morning at the Northern Michigan Children's
the following reports: class will meet at its regular time Meeting in the Grand Rapids Room, 10:45. Clinic, at Marquette. Dr. John Alex-
1. xecutive Committee-Hobbs Saturday morning, December 2. Michigan League, Sunday, December- ander of the Medical School was
'. EUiveit Counile - osn 3, 3:30 p. m. Plans for a group trip Motion Picture: Mr. Allison R. given a four month leave, ending in
3. Uean's Conference - Kraus Political Science 2: All students home for the Christmas vacation will Heaps will present the motion picture' March.
4. Committee on'Radio registering in this course for the sec- be made. It is important that all drama "Four Sons" with stereopticon Mr. William W. Mason of Evan-
Education - Slosson ond semester see the Supplementary Massachusetts students attend this slides Tuesday, Dec. 5, at 4:15 in ston, Ill., was named to succeed him-
EDanti L -ih ssn Announcement. meeting. Nat. Science Auditorium; in conclu- self as a member of the committee of
___.____rry sion Prof. P. W. Slosson will speak management of the Clements Library.
Harris Hall: on "Entangling Alliances." The public His term ends in 1937.
Seniors in the College of Literature, ctures i:30 a. m. Sunday, Holy Communion is invited to this meeting which is f Under a rearrangement of duties in
cien, and cfthe A Ms, cwhool of Edu- Notice -University Lecture: The 7:00 p. in. "Conversatione" for stu- sponsored by the Tolstoy League. the English department, Prof. Roy W.
et, Busi h lecture by Mr. Edgar A. Mowrer dents. I Cowden was appointed director of
to elect courses in Business Admin- scheduled for Saturday, December 2, "Fascism: Its Historical Signifi- the Hopwood Awards. Dr. Bennett
istratioinfor the second semester may at 11:00 a. m. has been postponed St. Andrew's Episcopal Church: lance" will be the subject of the reg- Weaver was named assistant director
have these subjects approved on De-fofteardanasiatpoesr}
in indefinitely. Services of worship Sunday: 8:00 a. ular weekly lecture and discussion of the awards and assistant professor
Amber 4 from 1:30 to 5:00 o'clock in m. Holy Communion; 9:30 a. m. of the National Student League, on of English. Mrs. Horatia J. Corbin
Room 111, Tappan "Hall. Church School, 11:00 a. m. kinder- Tuesday, December 5, at 8 p. . in was given leave for one month.
Events Today garten; 11:00 a. m. Holy Communion the Michigan Union. Speaker, Arthur! It was announced that the commit-
Hygiene Examination -Women: Varsity Band: The bus for Detroit and sermon by the Reverend Henry Clifford. These meetings are open to tee on University lands used for in-
The list of students who failed the will leave Morris Hall at 12:30 p. n Lewis. the public. No admission charge. struction and research has been asked
hygiene examination is posted on the sharp. to be advisory to the various Univer-
bulletin board in Barbour Gymna- Congregational Church: Sermon at !sity summer camps. Heads of the
situm. Students whose names appear Varsity Glee Club: Special rehear- 10:45 Sunday by Prof. Preston W. _E_ xtensioD Speeeh Class geology, geography, and civil engi-
on this list should see Dr. Schutz at sal for Battle Creek and Detroit con- Slosson on "Seven Deadly Sins." The Pro ram Here neering departments and the director
the Health .Service before December Icets 1:15 sharp. Entire membership Student Fellowships will meet for ' g~ t i of the Summer Session were added
15. must be present. its regular monthly meeting at 6:00 Twenty two members of Prof. G. E. to the committee ex-offico. Prof.
Mrs. P. W. Slosson will address the Densmore's University of Michigan Floyd E. Bartell of the chemistry de-
Seniors: Your pictures for the Graduate Dance: At the Women's group at 6:30 on "A Year With Our Extension speech class in Detroit will partmentwas appointed to the grad-
,+ichiganensian must be taken by Athletic Building from nine to twelve Forefathers. comre to Ann Arbor for a demonstra- uate board vice Prof. Joseph R. Hay-
Dec. 15. o'clock. Admission 35c. tion program to be presented at 7:15 den, who was given official leave
Roger Williams Guild - Sunday: p. m. Thursday, Dec. 7, in Room 4203, for one year.
Et10:45 Mr. Sayles speaks on "The Angell Hal. The meeting of the Regents was
Entries are owbei ltaken at the Korean Student Club: December Cross of Christ." Each member of the group will held in Bay City to honor Regent
mreting will be held at Lane Ha. 12:00 Student group begins a dis- give a three-minute talk upon some Clements, who retires from the Board,
all and squash. Play starts after - pcussion of the Christian reli- topic of current interest. The entire Dec. 31.
gion and vested interests. Mr. program will last an hour and a half.
Christmas vacation. Unitarian Church Open House: 8 Chapman. There will be no admission charge bile executives, one newspaper fea-
I p. m. Faculty and students invited to 0:00 Guild meeting. Miss Ernestine and the public is asked to attend. ture writer, seven physicians, four
Art Cinema League: For the last Ward Round Table. Mr. Charles Bat- Fisher, for several years prin- The men who will speak represent business executives, three presidents
time tonight at 8:15, wepre-n our chelor, leader. Refreshments and soI cipal of Central Girls' School, many fields in Detroit. On the pro- of industrial concerns, and o n e
I Allahabad, India, will speak on gram are two brokers, two automo- teacher, dentist, and railroad official.,

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ALUMNI CLUB PICKS OFFICERS
Officers for the fifth district of the
Alumni Association elected last Fri-
day at the meeting of the fifth dis-
trict in Chicago are: president, Fred-
rick Walter, '93L, Joliet; vice-presi-
dent, Ira C. Belden, '93E, Aurora,
Ill.; secretary-treasurer, H a r o I d

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EDWIN C. HILL
ORGANILOGUE
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