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PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, OCT. 6, 1933

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

No. 11

NOTICES
To the Members of the University Council: The first meeting of the
Council for this year will be held on Monday,October 9, at 4:15 p. m., Room
1009 ,Angell Hall. Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
Members of the Faculty: For the convenience of members of the fac-
ulty the Oratorical Association has adopted a policy of accepting checks
postdated November 1 in payment for lecture course tickets.
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information: All
candidates previously enrolled with the Bureau, should call at the office
and leave their addresses and schedules, if they are in attendance this
semester.
Notice to Freshmen: Those students. who have not yet taken the
Algebra examination required of all entering freshmen will be expected to
make up this examination today. Meet at 301 Mason Hall at 2:00. Be on
time. C. S. Yoakum.
ACADEMIC NOTICES
Geology 152, Earthquakes will not meet on Friday. Work on personal
assignments and on additional papers of list.
English 31, Section 17: On Wednesday, October 4 and thereafter, Sec-
tion 17 of English 31, which has formerly met in Room 4203 A. H. at 1
p. in., will meet at the same hour in 2003 A. H. A. L. Hawkins.
Applicants for Ph.D. in Economics: All applicants who plan to take
the general examinations this fall should see the Secretary of the De-
partment of Economics in Room 107 Ec. this week.
EVENTS TODAY
Meeting of the Staff, Department of Chemistry: will be held in Room
212 Chemistry Building, at 4:00 p. in.
Paleontological Journal Club will meet in room 1532 University Mu-
seums at 5 p. m. All those interested in a review of recent paleontological
literature will be welcome.
Delta Epsilon Pi will meet at the Michigan Unon at 8:00 p. m. All mem-
bers please attend.
Forestry Club Camp Fire, steak dinner 50c. All foresters and pre-for-
esters are invited. Cars will leave Natural Science Building at 5:30, for Sag-
inaw Forest.
Baptist Students: 8:00 p. in. A social evening; games and refreshments,
for students of all classes and departments.
The Ann Arbor Theosophical Society presents E. NORMAN PEARSON
of Detroit, President of the Michigan Theosophical Federation, in a lecture
entitled "The Rebirth of Christianity," at the League Building at 8:00 p m.
Everybody cordially invited.
Hillel Foundation: The regular Friday evening orthodox services at the
Hillel Foundation will be held tonight at 7:30 under the direction of Rabbi,
Heller.

Johnson Moves
To Start 'Buy
Now'.-Campaign
Launches Drive To Aid
Circulation Of Money
And Expand Credit
WASHINGTON, Oct. 5-(M-Hugh
S. Johnson directed the power of
NRA's influence today toward a "buy
now" campaign to speed the circu-
lation of money and credit.
He addressed manufacturers and
advertisers throughout the country,
noting the end ofuthe "flat wallet
era" and urged full co-operation in
the "now is the time to buy" drive
officially set to start Monday.
Johnson's move to increase credit
velocity was intended chiefly to help
industry meet NRA's higher payrolls,
but it blended smoothly with Presi-
dent Roosevelt's determined efforts
to expand credit and boost farm
prices.
Further, it coincided with the com-
ing to Washington of Henry Bruere
president of Bowery Savings bank of
New York, who boarded Mr. Roose-
velt's train as it headed toward the
White House from New York City.
Bruere was expected to co-ordinate
the entire credit expansion campaign.
Ask Bids on Rails
Another step with the same aim
was the government's request for bids
on 844,525 tons of steel rails for 47
railroads. The public works adminis-
tration will lend the $25,000,000 or
more buying price to the carriers.
United States, Bethlehem and In-
land Steel and the Colorado Fuel &
Iron Co., were the concerns to which
Joseph B. Eastman, railroad co-or-
dinator, addressed requests for prices.
Later, a number of companies will bid
on 245,221 tons of fastenings.
Johnson, expected back in his of-
fice soon to direct personally the
buying campaign and reorganize his
administration for enforcement work
cited to the manufacturers statistica
evidence that new purchasing power
has been created in recent months.
He said August factory employ-
ment was up 24 per cent over August,
1932, and payrolls 40 per cent, while
July farm prices showed a 33 per cent
boost.
Intolerance is a matter of igno-
rance. So is tolerance. - Dr: Max
Kunitz, psychiatrist.

Educations; School Men
At Islhpemning Meeting
Professors Clifford Woody and
George Carrothers, both of the edu-
cation school, have left for Ishpem-
ing, Mich., where they will speak be-
fore a meeting of the Upper Penin-
sula EducRtion Association,

Forsythe On Vacation ;
To Visit Health Ass'n.
Dr. Warren E. Forsythe, director of
the University Health Service, has
left for a two week's vacation. While
away, he plans to attend the meeting
of the American Public Health Asso-
ciation in Indianapolis from Oct. 9

to 11. Dr. Forsythe will be back to
resume his duties in the Health Serv-
ice on Oct. 16th.
The NRA has made labor an inte-
gral part of our modern state.
-Frances Perkins.

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CANOES FOR RENT
SAUNDERS
Foot of Cedar Street
on Huron River

$5 Roun. -rip
to the'
WORLD'S FAIR
Leave Ann Arbor on any train carrying coaches
October 13, 14and until noon of the 15th
Returning leave Chicago not later than Wednesday night following date
of sale. Tickets good in coaches only
Tickets at higher fares on sale daily.
AVOID HIGHWAY CONGESTION - TRAVEL SAFELY BY RAIL
MICHIGAN CENT RA L
TRAINS USE STATIONS ADJOINING EXPOSITION GROUNDS
f . iA',

LAST TIMES
ANITA PAGE
ALAN DINEHART
"I HAVE LVED"

TODAY
JOHN DARROW
GLORIA SHEA
"Strange People"

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MATINEES
1 5c

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NIGHTS
25c

STARTING SATURDAY -
FIRST-RUN PROGRAM
Ben Lyon - Constance Cummings
"BIG TIMER" with Thelma Todd

EXTRA!

COMEDY - NEWS - ORGAN - NOVELTY

READ THE DAaLY CLASSIFIED ADS

Bring Your Friends and Visitors
Dine and Dance
In Our Second Floor NIGHT CLUB
Whatever Your Appetite Craves-
We Have It!
PREKETE'S SUGAR BOWL
109-111 South Main
Take Home a Box of Our Candy

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COMING EVENTS
The Freshman Round Table will again, convene at 9:00 a. m. Sunday,
October 8, in the League. The objective, and topic for discussion, will be,
"This Changing World." Freshmen, interested in obtaining a deeper under-
standing of our world today, are particularly invited to attend.

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MAJESTIC
______________Lost Times Today
TWO FIRST-RUN FEATURES
JAMES CAGNEY in
"MAYOR OF HELLL"
Cagney as the big brother of today's wild youth
in the BIG HOUSE FOR LITTLE MEN
and also-
"TERROR ABOARD"
with
CHARLES RUGGLES - JOHN HALLIDAY
Murder moves at Midnight -and is "Charlie" Scared!
Tomorrow- "PADDY THE NEXT BEST THING"
Janet Gaynor - Warner Baxter

A. C. L.

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Korean Student Club Meeting: Regular meeting at 7:15 p. m. Satur-
day, October 7, Lane Hall. Every member is urged to be present.
Touchdown Party at Wesley Hall 8:00 Saturday Night. Hall open di-
rectly after the game. Methodist -students and friends welcome.
Lutheran Student Club: Regular meeting Sunday evening at the Zion
Lutheran Parish Hall, corrier of South Fifth Ave.:and East Washington. St.
Social hour at 5:30 opens the meeting.. Student supper will be, served at
6:00 with the forum hour beginning at 6:30. Mr. Ernest Espelie, graduate
student of the club will lead the discussion on "What Shall the University
Years mean to me." All Lutheran students are invited to join the dis-
cussion.

GROWING

DID YOU KNOW?
The Haunted Tavern
is serving the same delicious food
at.eno increase in price?
Phone '7781 417 E. Huron St.

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seem to like Granger."
a sensible package
10 cents

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