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SDAY, OCTOBER, 23, 1934

Many Students
Take Courses



In Music Land

I n Journalism ATaTHE

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University Broadcasting: 9:15-9:45 s Marian the Institut Catho-
a.m. A Class in the Playing of lique de Paris: "Knowledge and Wis-I
Stringed Instruments, Joseph E. dom."
Maddy. 2:00-2:30 p.m. A Class in Friday, Oct. 26, 4:15 p.m., Chemis-
Playing of Wind Instruments, Joseph try Amphitheatre. Dr. D. L. Taben,;
E. Maddy. rof the Ahhnttf T.hrno1triPeC. "Mncirn


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PGENTLEMAN" Egtifx~r fGop
Department Head Reports Eight Members 0 roup
A United Artists production starring Rtie1 B U ie 'l
Largest Enr met George Arliss: featuring Edna Mayetained r y niers Y
OieD~gnald Meek, Ralph Morgan.
Histor Of School Charlotte henry. Frank Aibertson, nd T1o BeOn Faculty
y Joseph Cawthorne. Short subjects in-
elude a Mickey Mouse cartoon comedy:
According to an announcement re- a Grantland Rice sportreel; and an all Fifty-two recent graduates of the
cently made by Prof. John L. Brumm, Maker." Paul Tompkins officiates at the School of Music have obtained posi-
head of the department of journal- mighty gaspipe. tions in various localities through-
ism, there are more students taking Gentlemen -- and ladies - the Last out the country. Eight members of
courses in journalism this year than Gentleman beams forth nightly -and this group have been retained here
ever before in the history of the de- daily - at the ace house in Ann Ar-hU
partment. bor wilds. It's a pretty fair and funny
Class totals from the various mem- show at the Michigan this first part of' Those who are now on Michigan's
hers of the department faculty show- the week. "The Last Gentleman" is faculty are: Ava Comin Case, instruc-
ed the unprecedented total of more George Arliss' latest vehicle and is the tor in piano; Romine Hamilton, as-
than 330 enrollments in journalism latest attempt on the part of Mr. Ar- sistant in violin; Bernard Hirsch, act-
classes. Professor Brumm attributed liss to prove to us all what a great ing director of the Varsity Band, and
this to current events tending to make actor the already twice-mentioned assistant in music; and Edwin Wein-
the newspaper, profession more inter- artist is. Well, to tell the truth, the. berg, assistant in music. Margaret
esting. more he tries, the less yours truly Burke, Margaret Kimball, Kenneth
At the same time he discussed the thinks he succeeds. Kincheloe, and Vida Patten are in
question of success of journalism stu- It is one of this reviewer's foolish graduate study at the University
dents in securing positions. He stated notions that one must see an actor School of Music.
that, except for students remaining not as he is "sans-role" but as the Others obtaining positions ale:
thharacterehe triesttoeportray.iGeorge
in the University or "girls who got character he tries to portray. George Winifred Arthur, teacher of music,
married upon graduation," at least Arlies is always George Arliss, whether Grand Rapids; Mary Faber Bird, St.
90 per cent of last year's students he is acting in "Disraeli," Roths- Theresa College, Minnesota; Rufus
have found places in the field of child," "Alexander Hamilton," or just Bird, instructor in music, Belleville
a millionaire. Enacting the role of Public Sch'ools; William Blanchard,
"The reason they have succeeded so George Arliss, he does very well, supervisor of music, in Ohio.
well is that journalism prepares them The film tells the story of a disgust- Is Violin Teacher
for a great variety of occupations," ing old man whose opinion of his rela- Lynn Bogart, teach'er of violin,
Professor Brumm said. He mention- tions is even worse than a student's Ithaca Conservatory of Music; James
ed specifically governmental bureau opinion of his psychology instructor. Chase, instructor in music, Jackson
and administrative positions, and He calls them together so that he can High School; Helen Clarke, teacher
cited several graduates who are en- get a good laugh, and makes them of music, Zeeland, Mich. Grace Cush-
gaged in political campaign work. thoroughly ill-at-ease by his childish man, instructor in music, Teachers
eccentricities. Little Charlotte Henry College, New Britain; Mary Danhof,
who enacted the title role of the ill- teacher of music, Grand Rapids;
in writing publicity, collecting prop- fated "Alice in Wonderland" plays the Clyde Emert, teacher of music, Voca-
erties, and costuming. Methodist stu- part of his granddaughter whom he tional School, Niagara Falls; Guy
dents and their friends of college age dislikes because she wasn't born a boy. Filkins, organist and choir director,
are urged to be present. What with an imbecile son, a weeping Central organist chr detr,
willow sister (Miss Oliver) and an 'Cnta Methodist Church, Detroit.
Michigan Dames: The Home Mak- ex-convict as his servant, the old AlEg FlC o u
ing Group will meet with Mrs. Frank man's life is no downy divan of daisies. an E ih. man College, Mad
O'Biere, 40 Paulne Bdaisies.:00celona, Mich.; Mary Fishburn, head
O'Bierne, 404 Pauline Blvd., at 8:00 The most hilarious bit of the film of music department, Mary Baldwin
p.m. is evoked by none of the principles School; Katherine Funkhouser, in-
of the cast, but by that old veteran of structor of music, Dayton; Edgar
All men interested in horseback the stage and screen, Joseph Caw- Headley, supervisor of music, Jenkin-
riding report to Lee Coulter today at thorne. In the film he is a preacher town, Pa.; Everett Hilty, organist,
4:15 in the Manager's Office of the with a. sore throat officiating at a fu- Episcopal Church, Miami, Fla.; Er-
Intramural Sports Building. neral ceremony. It's done well, in none Esco shr, ami, Fnd r-
tobdtatendisoefhfn nest Ibbotson, organist and choir di-
too bad taste, and is one of the fun- rector, Baltimore, Md.; Mary Kelly,
Christian Science Organization: niest bits this season so far. . teacher of music, St. Theresa Col-
There will be a meeting of this Or- 'The Last Gentleman" has many lege; Rexford Keller, Ohio Wesleyan
ganization tomght at 8 o'clock in the faults, least of which is the acting of University.
Chapel of the Women's League Build- Arliss. It's scenario is constructed likeN M c.
ing. Students, alumni, and faculty a mystery thriller. The acting .o the Name Music Head
members of the University are cor- part of the two juvenile leads, (Frank Mary Kim, head of music depart-
dially invited to attend. Albertson and Charlotte Henry) Miss ment, Ehwa College, Seoul, Korea;
Oliver, Mr. Meek, and one or two Maynard Klein, instructor in music,
Vanguard Club meets at 8 o'clock, others is more amateur than smooth. Tulane University; Virginia Kock, in-
Michigan Union. The humor, on the whole is hackneyed structor in music, St. Mary's School;
Charles Orr, economics instructor, ; and unoriginal. If you like to see Arliss Karl Kuersteiner, instructor in music;
will talk on German National Social- strut his stuff, you'll like the show. University of Kansas; Sarah Lacey,
ism. Orr studied in Germany prior otherwise it's just fair. Lucile Lucas, teacher of music, Cor-


to the Nazi revolution..
The public is invited to attend Van-
guard meetings.
The Education Club announces to
those interested in modern education-
al affairs an open meeting at 7:30 in
the Elementary School Library on
Oct. 24, Dr. Clarence Yoakum, Vice-
President of the University and Di-
rector of Educational Investigation
will speak on the schools that he vis-
ited this summer in Germany.
Luncheon for Graduate Students on
Wednesday, Oct. 24, at twelve o'clock
in the Russian Tea Room of the Mich-
igan League. Cafeteria service. Bring
trays across hall. Dr. Lawrence
Preuss of the Political Science De-
partment will speak informally on
"Recent Experiences in Germany."
Scabbard and Blade: Rushing
Smoker Wednesday night, 7:30, Mich-
igan Union. Room posted. All mem-
bers please attend.
Interpretive Arts Society: The!
weekly program of this society on
Wednesday evening at eight o'clock
in Room 302, l\Mason Hall, will con-
sist of interpretations from poetry
to be given by Maureen Kavanagh,
Mary Krause, Thora Solosth, Thelma
Buelow, Elsa Christie and Lillie Lee.
Professor Hollister will also read from
prose humor. All persons interested
are cordially invited to attend these
Quadrangle meets at the clubI
rooms on Wednesday evening, Oct.1
24, to hear Prof. Charles L. Jamison,
on the subject, "Changing Concepts
of Fair Competition."

-2231 Angell Hall for all those inter-
ested in the appearance of a literary
and critical magazine on this campus.
All aspiring editors, business mana-
gers, writers, and readers are urged
to attend.

Phi Lambda Upsilon:
meeting Wednesday, Oct.
303 Chemistry, 7:30 p.m.

24, Room

Publicity Committee of the League:
Important meeting Wednesday, Oct.
24, at 4 p.m. in the Undergraduate
Offices. All members must be pres-
Elective Tap Dancing: An elective
tap dancing class which is open to
anyone interested will meet on Thurs-
day evenings at 8:00 in Barbour Gym-
National Student League will meet
at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, Room 30,
Union. The discussion will center on
on Negro discrimination. Members
and all interested are requested to at-
Sigma'Rho Tau: The regular meet-
ing will begin at the Union at 7:15
p.m. instead of 7:30 p.m. in order that
those desiring to attend the concert
may do so. An unusual debate pro-
gram has been arranged to afford
entertainment and instruction. At-
tention is again called to the Tues-
day circle which will be held at 7:15
p.m. in 214 West Engineering Build-
Iota Alpha: The first meeting of
Iota Alpha for the Fall will be held
nn Th idiA.v Ort29.5 7:.10 m in the


Oi n urs ay, UU. G, ( . .,1La
Forestry Club meeting Wednesday, Seminar Room 3201-3205 on the 3rd
Oct. 24, 7:30 p.m., Room 2039 Natur- floor, north wing, of the East Engi-
al Science Building. All forestry and neering Building. Professor W. H.
pre-forestry students are asked to Worrell will address the members and
attend. guests on "The Strange Case of
Muhammad." This is an open meet-
Notice: On Wednesday, Oct. 24, at ing to which all graduate students in
4:30 p.m., there will be a meeting in engineering are cordially invited.





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