OBER 14, 1934
THE MICHIGAN. DAILY
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication In the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
University. Copy rectived at the office of the Assistant to the Pr'esident
until 3:30; 11:30 a.m. Saturday.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1934
VOL. XLV No. 18
Senate Reception: The members of
the faculties and their wives are cor-
dially invited to be present at a re-
ception by the President and the
Senate of the University in honor of
the new members of the faculties to
be held on Tuesday evening, Oct. 30,
from 8:30 o'clock until 12 o'clock in
the ballrooms of the Michigan Union.
The reception will take place between
8:30 and 10 .00, after which there will
be an opportunity for dancing. No
individual invitations will be sent out.
Radio Talk -Over WJR: Dr. Wil-
liam D. Henderson, director, Univer-
sity Extension Division, will speak on
"Taxation and the Schools" a 1:30
this afternoon over radio station
Candidates for the Rhodes Scholar-
ships should procure an application
blank from the Secretary of the His-
tory Department, Room 119, Haven
Hall, and see the Chairman of the
Committee, Professor A. L. Cross,
Room 118 Haven Hall, at his office
hours, before the first of November.
Ponselle Concert Tickets: Tickets
for the Ponselle's concert and other
individual concerts in the Choral
Union Series, may now be purchased
at the general office of the University
School of Music on Maynard Street,
at $1.00, $1.50, and $2.00 each. A
limited number of season tickets are
still available at $5.00, $7.00, $8.50,
and $10.00 each.
Lecture Course Tickets: The over-
the-counter sale of season tickets for
the University of Michigan Oratorical
Association series is now being con-
ducted at Wahr's State Street store.
Single admission tickets for the Ruth
Bryan Owen lecture will go on sale
Thursday, Oct. 18.
Angll Hall Observatory: The pub-
lic is invited to view the moon
through the telescope on the fifth
floor of Angull Hall on Tuesday eve-
ning, Oct. 16, beginning at 8 p.m. If
the weather is cloudy, a lantern slide
talk will be given instead. Children
anust be accompanied by adults.
Reading Requirements in German
for Ph. D. Candidates: Candidates to
all fields except those of the natural
sciences and mathematics must ob-
tain the official certification of an
adequate reading knowledge of Ger-
man by submitting to a written ex-
amination given by a committee of
the Department- of German. Such
examinations will be held once each
Summer Session. For the first semes-
ter the examinations will be held
Wednesday, Oct. 24, in Room 203,
U. H. Students who intend to take
the examination are requested to
register their names at least one week
before the date of the examination
at the office of the German Depart-
ment, Room 204, University Hall,
where detailed information with re-
gard to examination requirements
will be given.
Teacher's Certificate Caudidates:
All candidates for the Teacher's
Certificate to be granted by the Re-
gents on recommendation of the
Faculty of the School of Education
at any time before Sept. 1, 1935, are
required to fill out application blanks
available in the office of the Record-
er of the School of Education, 1437
University Eclementary School. These
blanks should be secured and filled
out immediately. The attention of
students in the Literary College is
called to the fact that this applica-
tion is in addition to the application
made to the Committee on the Teach-
er's Certificate of that college.
Alpha Kappa Delta Tea: This tea
will be held at the home of Miss Mil-
dred Valentine, 1120 W. Washington,
at 4:30 instead of as previously an-
Choral Union Usher Assignments:
The following men are requested to
report to M. H. Waterman in Room
205, Tappan Hall, Monday, Oct. 15,
between 5:00 and 5:30 p.m. Main
Floor assignments will be made at
this time and place:
A. Adel, R. C. Adlong, E. Akers, G.
Anderson, H. A. Andresen, L. O. An-
drews, F. Barbour, R. C. Bedell, H. H.
Bloomer, L. Bodor, D. P. Bowles, John
Brown, S. S. Chapman, R. W. DeVore,
W. A. Dickert, C. Ellis, W. J. Favel,
L. E. Feldkamp, I. A. Fields, H. J.
Fox, D. E. Francke, E. Freed, J. C.
George, E. W. Goodspeed, C. O.
Grassl, R. Hall, W. L. Hebbard, A.
Helz, T. Hession, L. E. Hilbert, E. G.
Hildner, L. E. Hildreth, C. Ingersoll,
A. R. Judd, R. J. Koykka, F. A. Lamb-
.rson, C. C. Lemert, N. Lentini, G.
Light, J. Little. G. E. Luther, F. R.
Matson, W. H. Mayo, A. T. Miller, H.
M. Myers, R. H. Nichols, W. B. Nich-
olson, R. W. Pomeroy, V. Prianishnik-
off, D. K. Reading, E. S. Rice, P. R.
Sissman, D. Smith, E. W Smith, L.
W. Staudt, A. M. Stebler, C. E. Stev-
ens, H. D. Stevens, A. R. Tegge, K. L.
Wagner, H. Warner.
Additional assignments will appear
in subsequent issues of the Michigan
Literary students who have not
filed their Admission to Candidacy
Slips in Room 4, University Hall,
should do so before Oct. 20.
Orcntal Languages 105: Members
of the class are requested to attend
lecture and take notes on "Origins
of Religion," in Hill Auditorium, Sun-
day, Oct. 14, 8:00 p.m.
Economics 51 and 52: Make up
final examination will be given on
'Thursday, Oct. 18, at three o'clock in
room 207, Economics Building. Stu-
dents planning to take this examina-
tion should see either Mr. Devol or
Mr. Palmer not later than Tuesday.
University Lecture: Prof. Alfred
H. White, head of the department of
Chemical Engineering, will lecture on
the subject "New Synthetic Products
for Clothes and Houses" at 4:15 p.m.,
Monday, Oct. 29, in the Natural
Science Auditorium. This is the first
cf a series of public lectures by mem-
bers of the University of Michigan
faculties to be given during 1934-35.
Students, faculty members, and the
public are cordially invited.
Rosa Ponselle Program: Rosa Pon-
selle has revised the program for the
Choral Union concert, on Oct. 24, at
8:15 o'clock, to read as follows: She
will be assisted at the piano by Mr.
Traume .................. Wagner;
Vergebliches Standchen . ... Brahms
Morgan ................... Strauss
Der Erlkoenig .............Schubert
Variations . .. .Corelli-Tartini-Ross
Aria, "Merce Dilleto Amiche" from
"I Vespri Siciliani"........Verdi
Malaguena ................ Lecuona
A L'Aime .............. Fontenailles
Pastoral .................. Veracini
Dedication .......... R. Schumann
The Doll's Cradle Song.. Moussorgsky
Song of the Open . . .. Frank LaForge
Organ Recital: Palmer Christian,
University Organist, will give the
following program, Wednesday after-
noon, Oct. 17, at 4:15 o'clock on the
Frieze Memorial Organ, in Hill Audi-
torium, to which the general public
with the ekception of small children
is admitted without admission charge.
The audience is respectfully request-
ed to be seated on time as the doors
will be closed during numbers:
Largo (Concerto Grosse
No. 12) .................. Handel
Andante .................. Stamitz
Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, Bach
Aftonfrid (EveningPeace) .... Hagg
Intermezzo (Symphony VI). ...Widor
Passacaglia and Finale in
BACH .........George Schumann
Reverie .......... Debussy-Christian
Rhapsody . ....... Sinding-Christian
Wesley Guild worship service for
all Methodist students and their
friends 6 p.m. This evening marks
the beginning of a series of discussions
led by outstanding speakers, on "The
Place of Religion In Modern Society."
Mr. Ralph Seagalman, student, will
speak on "Why I Do Not Believe in
Organized Religion." Supper and fel-
lowship hour follows the meeting.
Presbyterian Student Appoint-
ments: Sunday: 9:30, Student class-
es meet at the Church House. 10:45
Morning Worship. "Personality De-
velopment Conditioned to Religious
Mysticism." Dr. Norman E. Richard-
son. 5:30, Social Hour and Supper
at the Church. 6:30, Worship Serv-
ice and Reading by Dr. Richard D.
give the second lecture on the course sermon by Rev. H. P. Marley. 7:30
on "The Evolution of Religion," the
subject being, "Gods Before Jehovah."
6:00, Student Fellowship supper fol-
lowed by a musical program given by
the Fellowship Orchestra. Thor
Baptist Student Appointments: The
Sunday morning class will meet at:
12:00 noon under the leadership of
Dr. Chapman. Evening meeting at
6:00 p.m. Dr. Squires will speak on
The Reasonableness of Christianity.
Refreshments and social hour will
Lutheran Student Club will hold an
outdoor meeting at the Dexter-Huron
park in Dexter township today. The
group plans to leave the parish hall
of the Zion Lutheran church on 3091
Washington Street at 4 o'clock.
Transportation will be provided for
any Lutheran student who wishes to
Harris Hall: Sunday evening at sev-
en o'clock there will be an informal
group meeting before the eight o'clock
lecture by Dr. Bernard Idding Bell
in the Hill Auditorium. His topic will
be, "The Origins of Religion."
Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church:
Services of worship Sunday are: 8:00
a.m. Holy Communion, 9:30 a.m.
Church School, 11:00 a.m. Kindergar-
ten; 11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer and
Sermon by the Reverend Bernard Id-
dings Bell, D.D. of Providence, Rhode
Island. Topic, "The Problem of
Young People's Society, Church of
Christ (Disciples): An out-door meet-
ing will be held this evening at the
Island. All members and new stu-
dents are urged to meet at the Church
at 4:30 sharp. Officers for the
coiing semester will be elected at
Unitarian Church, Sunday evening
- 5 o'clock - "The Little Grand-
mother of the Russian Revolution,"
o'clock - "Values in Conservation"
- Dean S. T. Dana.
Those interested in the Internation-
al Student Forum will meet at Stalker
er Hall (Methodist student center)
for an informal group discussion cen-
tering around the similarities to be
found in different peoples. Both for-
eign and American students and their
friends are urged to be present that
they may become better acquainted
Student Roundtable assembles at 4
o'clock at Lane Hall. "Drifting
Youth and the Problems Involved"
will be the topic for discussion. Lead-
ers will be Robert Coopman, principal
of Tappan school, who is chairman
of the committee in Ann Arbor en-
deavoring to formulate ways for the
unemployed youth to solve their many
problems, and Dean B. S. Edmonson,
a member of President Roosevelt's
committee of seventeen studying
"drifting youth" as a national and
Hillel Foundation, 11:15 Services at
the League Chapel. Rabbi Heller will
deliver a sermon on: "Facing Life as
Scalp and Blade meeting at five
Men students interested in archery
are requested to come to Yost Field
House, 9:30 a.m., for practice match.
All equipment will be furnished ex-
Women Students Living
Homes: You are cordially
attend the first tea to be
year by Beta Kappa Rho
to five-thirty o'clock in
Fountain Hussey Room,
Hike for Graduate Student: The
Graduate Outing Club is holding a
cross country hike this afternoon for
all graduate students interested. The
The K ADETTE Jewel
Ross. The public should come suffi-
ciently early as to be seated on time, Congregational Church: Unified
since the doors will be closed during service of Worship and Christian Edu-
numbers: cation from 10:30 to 12:00. Mr. Heaps
Aria, "Divinites du Styx" from will give the second sermon in the
"Alceste" ......... Christoph Gluck series on "The Old Testament in the
Miss Ponselle New Times." Professor -Slosson will
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