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T HE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1934

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
University. Cpy received at the office of the Assistant to the President
until 3:30; 11:30 a~rn Saturday.

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1934
VOL. XLV No. 15
Notices
Convocation for Students of the
Graduate School: Students of thel
Graduate School are cordially invitedj
to attend a convocation on Thursday
evening, Oct. 11, in the Michigan
League Building. Brief addresses,
with words of greeting, will be made
by President A,. G. Ruthven and Dean
G. Carl Huber beginning promptly
at 8:15 o'clock in the Lydia Mendels-
sohn Theatre, followed by an inform-
al reception and dancing in the ball-
room. The husbands and wives of
graduate students are invited to par-
ticipate.j

the general offices of the University
S~hool of Music, on Maynard Street.
At that time all unsold season tickets
will be offered at public sale at $5.00,,
$7.00, $8.00, and $10.00 each. In addi-3
tion to admission coupons the ten
Choral Union Concerts, each season
ticket contains a $3.00 coupon re-
deemable when applied towards the
purchase of a season May Festival
ticket later in the year.
Orders received by mail or left at
the office, up to noon Friday, Oct. 12,
will be filled in sequence in advance
before the public sale.
Academic Notices

G. Carl Huber, Dean I'Political Science 291. Seminar in
Political Science, International Law
Notice To Freshmen: Those stu- and Philostphy of Law: Discussion of
dents Who have not yet taken the fundamental problems and of cur-

AT THE MAJESTIC CLASS
** "THE WORLD MOVES ON"
Se Majestic theatre presents the
Fox Picture, 'TI w World Movs On," Place adve rsemns wiih c lasifiedl
pioduced by Finf'eld Sheehan. starring Acvertin' Dprnt. Phone 2114
Madeleine Carroll and iFranchot Tcne,. The lamf tc olumns oflse t five
eltedo.ock previous to day of insertn
a n ietc yJh od Box rnbeis may be secured at no
"The World Moves On" is just a- extra elarge.
Other would-be colossal, gigantic epic Cash in aance-lle per reaUn line
of the century. As this it is a failure, ne bf i u of five avrage ors to
because it has no significance from' re lne for three or
an historical viewpoint, nor has it any n per inertln
Ether sort of message, so to speak,! for lci 'a pe r"arin. .'line
that might put it in this class. If it 14e per reaing itnefo"r .hree orj
were not for the acting of Madeleine moreioetions.
E 1~~01,t>discoruntI, t paid fwi:Ihinu ten clays
Carroll and Franchot Tone and the from the date of la inmeton.
iniu" "' r lin; p ri r.
pekles of Stephin Fechit comedy, By contract, Pr.line-- 2 inesdaly. one
there would be little reason to recom- month...........................c
4 lines E.O.D., mo ........c
mend it. 2 lines daily, college yer.........7c
The plot is more characteristically 4 lines E.O.D., colee year........7c
threadbare than anything else, being 300 lines used as:deired.........sc
an ofishot of such productions as "The 1,000 lines used as desired........7c
2,000 lines used as desired ........ Fc
House of Rothschild' and "Caval- The abo;'e rates are^per reading line.
cade." Commencing in the early part based on eight reading lines per inch.
Ionic type, upper and lower case. Add
of the nineteenth century, with the 6c per line to above rates for all capital
reading of a will, the action revolves letters. Add6 e per line to above for
Nbold face, upper and lower case. Add 10c
about plans laid for the Girard fam- per line to above rates for bold face
ily of New Orleans. Their interests capital letters.
The above rates are for 71' point
are in cotton manufacture, and their type.
purpose to expand and prosper byI
nteans of it. One of their number FOR RENT - APARTMENTS
is established in Germany, another in_-
France, and connections with Eng- SUITE with private bath and shower
land are made through marriage. for men. Law student desires room-
From then on their exploits are un- mate. 422 E. Wash. Dial 8544.
folded one by one, and they are seen FURNISHED APARTMENT, three
enduring trials and troubles of all rooms, kitchenette, private bath.
sorts. The apex of their difficulties 313 Pauline Blvd., near stadium.
comes along with the World War, and
they are forced to fight each other. 'FURNISHED APARTMENT: Living
But they survive it successfully, and room, bedroom, bath, sleeping
continue until Oct., 1929. That is porch $5 a week. Heat, light, garage.
the end of their prosperity and con- 2915 Kimberley Rd.
sequently of the picture. ~~R
LAUNDRY I
There is a love story present, of - - --
course. It is very nearly a reproduc- STUDENT.Hand Laundry. Prices rea-
F+ ,i,, sonable. Free delivery. Phone 3006

FOUND: Suede jacket Tuesday Ai-
gell Hall. William Favel. Phone
2-1777. 736 ". State St.
LOST: Grey polo topcoat, probably in
East Physics Bldg. Wi. Boice. Ph.
2-3236. Reward.
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES
Call the Kempf Music St udios for
artistic piano tuning. Terms rea-
sonable. Phone 6328. 1x
WATCH REPAIR SERVICE: Backed
by our own factory facilities. Burr,
Patterson & Auld Co. Manufactur-
ing Fraternity Jewelers and Sta-
tioners, '603 Church St.
TUTORING: In Spanish. Phone
2-1918.
NOTICE

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tests required of all entering fresh- rent questions of sociological, juridi-
men will be expected to make up these cal and ethical State Science, of
examinations on Thursday, Oct. 11 International Law, and of Philosophy
Meet for the Psychological exam- of Law. An intensive study of select-
ination on Thursday, Oct. 11, at four ed general problems in state, law and
o'clock in Room 205, Mason Hall. international organization. The in-
Ira M. Smith, Registrar te ition is not so much to deal with
dogmatic statements of the law as to
Women Students Attending the deveIop in the student the ability to
Chicago-Michigan Football Game: see in current questions of the state,
Women students wishing to attend of the law and of the International
the Chicago-Michigan football game Community of States the fundament-
ate required to register in the Office al problems which are important not
of the Dean of Women. only for one single country but for
A letter of permission from parents the whole of mankind. Thursdays,
must be received in the Dean of 3-5, 2037 A. H. Professor Laun. Two
Women's Office not later than Thurs- hours credit. Faculty members and
day, Oct. 11. If a student wishes to graduate students from the depart-
go otherwise than by train special ments are invited to attend.
permission for such mode or travel
must be included in the parent's let- Make-Up Examinations in all his-
t xaiaininalhs
tr. Ltory courses will be given Saturday,
Graduate women are invited to Oct. 20, at 9 a.m., in Room C. Haven
register in the office. \ Hall. Students taking a make-up ex-
Byri Fox Bacher, amination in history must see the in-
Assistant Dean of Women structor in charge of the course before

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EAT AT BODINE'S a
432 S. Division
13 meals $Oi
per week.....
20 meals ...... $3.5
All home-cooked food.
You will like it.

-Associated Press Pioto
King Alexander (above) of Yugoslavia was shot and billed by assas-
sins while parading through the streetE of Marsahs, Frn ace. with Leus
Barthou, French foreign minister, also slain, and g(raa Alphonse
Joseph George of the French superior war council, wh as wounded
seriously. King Alexander was on a goon will trip to France.

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alumni art work at the Art Exchange Michigan Vanguard Club meeting
on the second floor of the Women's tonight at 7:30 in the Michigan Un
League Building every afternoon and ion. Mr. Tarni Sinha, prominen
evening this week. The public is Hindu student on the campus wil
cordially invited, talk on, "The Situation Confronting
the Hindu Peoples Who Have Settle

FINANCE CO. offers bargains in re-
possessed and repurchased cars.
Many 1934 cars with low mileage
included. We will trade and extend
convenient terms.. Open evenings.
311 W. Huron. Ph. 2-3267.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE: Full dress suit, cheap.
Size 40 to 42. Call 7436.

Graduate School Students: Regu-
larly enrolled graduate students, who
hold the rank of Instructor, or above,
at another institution, are asked to
leave their names at the office of the
Graduate School, 1014 Angell Hall,
at the earliest convenience. This ap-
plies only to married students.
G. Carl Huber, Dean
Interclass Hockey - Women Stu-
dents: There will be two more inter-
class hockey practices on Thursday,
Oct. 11 and Tuesday, Oct. 16 at 4:15
p.m. on Palmer Field. To be eligible
for a team a player must have at-
tended three practices and have had
either a complete medical exam, or
a heart and lung recheck.
Choral Union Tickets: The "over
the counter" sale of season Choral
Union tickets will begin Saturday
morning, Oct. 13, at 8:30 o'clock at

Oct. 16.
history 11 - Lecture Section III:
T tiTh at 2 will meet hereafter in
Room 231 A. H. instead of B Haven.
Exhibitions
Fall Showing of student and

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15c TO 6- 25c AFTER 6
WTH;ITN EYP
'Daily 1:30 -- 11 P.M.
NOW
Two Features
ANN SOTHERN
ROBT. ARMSTRONG
A gel's popularity is inverse-
ly proportionate to the size of
her electric light bill.
and-
SALLY BLANE
HENRY B. WALTHALL1
CityPark" I25c after
Every Dav

The memorial exhibition of paint-]
ings by Gari Melchers now being:
shown in the West Gallery of Alumni
Memorial Hall will be open Thursday]
evening, Oct. 11, from 7:30 to 9:30.+
Events Today]
Engineers: The first meeting of the
student branch of the A.I.E.E. will be
held at 7:30 p.m. in room 248 West]
Engineering Bldg. All interested stu-
dents and particularly electrical stu-
dents are urged to attend. This meet-1
ing is of particular importance to
freshman and sophomore engineers.
Members for the present year will
be accepted at this meeting. Refresh-
ments will be served gratis.-
Men Varsity Debate: Final tryouts'
will be held for the men's varsity de-
bating team in Room 4203 Angell Hall]
from two to four p.m. All men on
the campus interested in intercol-
legiate debating are invited to take'
part. Complete information concern-
ing these tryouts may be obtained in
Room 107 Haven Hall.I
Cerele Francais: The first meeting
of the Cercle Francais will take place
at 7:30 p.m. in Room 408 Romance
Language Building. Mr. Charles
Koella will give a short, informal talk
about his recent European travels.
Transportation Club: Business
meeting 7:30 p.m. in room 1213, East'
Eng. Bldg.
Undergraduate Fund Campaign
Ccmin'tfec: There will be a meeting
of the Undergraduate Fund Cam-1
paign Committee in the Undergrad-
uate Office at the League at 4 o'clock.
The following girls are urged to be
present: Mary Margaret Barnes,
Winifred Bell, Betty Chapman, Jane
Haber, Hazel Hanlan. Mary Alice
Kreiger, Mary Efizabeth Moore, Mary
Murphy, Anita Noble, Jane Peters,'
Marion Saunders, Dorothy Utley.
AR BOR SPR I
Has That Sparkl
Found Only In PL
Delivered to your home in cases of six 2
PHONE 8270 FOR

Mimes, of the Michigan Union, will
hold an important business meeting
at 4:00 o'clock in room 302, the Union.
Final discussions on this year's Opera
book will be held. It is important
that all members be present.
Hillel Foundation: The first weekly
Hillel tea and open house of the year
will be held this afternoon from four
to six o'clock. The tea wi i be spon-
sored by the Kappa Nu fraternity and
everyone is cordially invited to attend.
House Committee: Meeting at the
League, at 4:15. See Bulletin board
for room number. Be there,5other-
wise notify Sue M~ahleir at 22591.
Zone 9: There will be a meeting
in the League at 8 p.m. Consult the
bulletin board for the room.
Hockey Players: Today will be the
last day for new players to try' out
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in California." Mr. Sinha has jus
returned from a trip in that stat
and is well informed concerning th
problems of Hindu immigrants i
California.

tion of that in S6milin Th'rough, 'but
in spite of this, it is praiseworthy be-
cause it is real and convincing. Made-
leine Carroll, fresh from England,
puts a lot into her role, and gets a
lot out of it, that is, what is to be had.
Franchot Tone is somewhat miscast,
but the picture does not suffer as
much because of this as it does from
its more oustanding shortcomings.
"The World Moves On" seems to
have little reason for having been
produced, because it is a pot-pourri
of every sort of picture, rolled into
one, with the result that nothing pre-
dominates, nothing interests the audi-
ence sufficiently, and all the elements
conflict with each other rather than
helping each other. Consequently,
the observer must pick out the parts
of it that he liked best and forget
the rest. From all indications, the
love story will probably receive the
most consideration.'
The Majestic has a comedy that'
helps the program greatly. It is one
of the satirical type, showing movie
shots from the past along with which
goes the wisecracks of a commenta-
tor. It is so much better than the pie-
throwing slapstick brand that it is
deserving of favorable comment.
Mae West is coming Saturday in
"Belle of the Nineties! " There is
nothing more to say.

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PERSONAL laundry service. We take
individual interest in the laundry
problems of our customers. Girls'
silks, wools, and fine fabrics guar-
anteed. Men's shirts our specialty.
Call for and deliver. Phone 5594,
611 E. Hoover. 2x

LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low price.

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STUDENT SPECIAL: Rough dry 8c
pound. Shirts, beautiful hand fin-
ish, 10c extra. Home Hand Laun-
dry. 520 E. Liberty, 628 Packard.
Phone 8894. 5x
WANTED
WANTED: MEN'S OLD AND NEW
suits. Will play 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 dol-
lars. Phone Ann Arbor 4306. Chi-
cago Buyers. Temporary office, 200
North Main. 7x
LOST AND FOUN --
LOST: Michigama pin on campus.
Reward. Call George Duffy. 6317.
LOST: Gold M ring, Saturday. Re-
ward. M Hamilton, Betsy Barbour.
does his bit to tame a society deb
and get one swell scoop for his paper.
It has been a long time since we
could definitely recommend that you
tread the ways downtown, but this
show is really worth it. It's the excep-
tion that proves the rule.
-C.A.E.

STUDENT LAUNDRY.
water. Will call for
Telephone 4863.

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Show you
something
smart? .
... No sooner asked than
done. Look at the smart-
est shirt that's come out
in a long time-Arrow's
ARATAB - with a tab
collar that's made as only
Arrow can make a collar.
ARATAB is Sanforized
Shrunk. It will stay the
right size forever!l $1.95
up.
STATE SRE ET

-C.B.C.
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oar a class teaul . e It;15aA ±,i
on Palmer Field. "CITY PARK" and
"HELL CAT"'
It is probably as much of a sur-
Coining Events prise to you as it is to us to see the
Michigan ame2 s: The first picnicWhitney up in the three-star class.
ofithyegaDamies'er RoastilmbeThere has undoubtedly been some
of the year, a Wiener Roast, xviii be -prejudice in the past on our part in
held at the Island on Friday, Oct. 12. rjdc ntepato u ati
held Husbandsland children are invited, reviewing the shows. But then, when
Hasebandland othelrengaeinwild.one gets all the way downtown, one
Baseball and other games will beis tired, and naturally biased. One
played, the activities starting at 4:00 thing is certain --no show at the
p.m. Bring your own buns and wien- Whitney was ever over-rated, or at
ers, or steak, and cups and spoons. least, not in our time.
Hot coffee will be furnished. "City Park" is great in that it's
different. The heroine doesn't marry
Inter-Guild Party will be held Fri- the villain or anything like that, but
day night at Lane Hall under the still the plot is new. She's picked up
sponsorship of the SCA. All guilds in a city park, and by whom? Three
are invited, tottering old men. The rest of the
.__-:-.:-- - -story is their efforts to make the girl
happy, including a rather mistaken
attempt to aid Cupid in his daily la-
' hors. Sally Blaine does a good jot
Ras the lost girl, and Henry B. Wal-
thall, Matty Kemp, and Hale Ham-
le and Tastness ilton are equally fine in the roles of{
re Spring Water the three old men.
As a newspaperman (so-called) we
-qt. bottles, or in large 5-gallon bottles couldn't appreciate to its fullest ex-
tent, "The Hell Cat." It's the story
1UICK SERVICE IIof a hard-boiled news reporter, who

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Full Pint 59c
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Ha liver Oil
50c Capsules
98c

CIGARETTES
Camels, Luckies,
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per Carton
2 packs for 25c
$1.65 Content Value
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