THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1934
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President
until 3:30; 11:30 a.m. Saturday.
T RIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1934
VOL. XLV No. 28
9:15-9:30 a.m. --Laboratory Pro-
gram for University Speech Class.
2:00-2:30 p.m. - Speech Series
Topic-"Debate Coaching," Carl G.
Brandt, Instructor in Speech.
Faculty, College of Literature,
Science, and the Arts: Instructors are
requested to send their "Freshman
Report Cards" to Room 4, University
Hall, not later than Saturday, Nov. 3.
It should be noted that the reports
are not due this year until the end
of the sixth week.
Information concerning m i d-
semester reports will appear in later
issues of the Daily Official Bulletin.
Mandlebaum and Marsh Scholar-
ships: Undergraduate students in the
college of Literature, Science, and
the Arts may apply for these scholar-
ships. Men students only are eligible
to the three Mandlebaum Scholar-
ships. Both men and women are eli-
gible to the Marsh Scholarships. Ap-
plication blanks available in the of-
fice of Dean Kraus must be filled
out and returned to that office on or
before Nov. 10. No consideration will
be given to applications filed after
that date. The awards will be made
about Dec. 1.
James E. Dunlap,
Chairman, Scholarship Committee
Candidates for the Rhodes Scholar-
ships should hand in their application
blanks and accompanying materials
to the Secretary of the History De-
partment, 119 Haven, on or before
Nov. 1. At the same time each candi-
date should secure from the Secre-
tary of the History Department a date
at which he may appear before the
Committee. Students who do not
have appointments will be unable to
see the Committee.
College- of Engineering-Freshmen
and sophomiores will be excused from
attendance at classes on Saturday
morning, Oct. 27, on account of Class
H. C. Sadler, Dean
Choral Union Members: Additional
copies of "King David" music have
arrived, and such members of the
chorus as have not procured their
copies' are requested to call at the
Recorder's Office, School of Music,
Room 107, between the hours of 10
and 12, and 1 and 4.
Metal Processing 2, Section 7, will
not meet Saturday, Oct. 27, 8-12 a.m.
W. A. Spindler
ic Products for Clothes and Houses."
The public is cordially invited.
L;:, wrncc Tibbett Program:
I_:,,,i'enc'e Tibbettrbaritone, with
Ftew,,, ' Wille, accompanist, will give
the following program in the Second
Choral Union Series concert, Thurs-
day evening, Nov. 1, at 8:15 o'clock in
Hill Auditorium :
Che fiero costume........Legrenzi
The Bailiff's Daughter . .Old English
If Only I Could Find Again. .Brahms
(O wusst' ich doch den web zuruck)
Love Song (Minnelied) .. ..Brahms
Fare Thee Well (Lebe
Wohl) ............ Hugo Wolf
The Almighty (Die
Almacht) ............ Schubert
Chorale, Jesu, Joy of
Man's Desiring ......Bach-Hess
Organ Prelude in G
Minor,. ............ Bach-Siloti
Excerpt from "Emperor
God's World ........Jacques Wolfe
To the Children, Serge Rachmaninoff
Tr affic ...........Charles Ridgway
Death's Lullaby, Modest Moussorgsky
Eleanore .. ....... Coleridge-Taylor
4 c ting of A.A.U.W. at 3 o'clock,
in the ballroom of the Michigan
League. Professor Arthur Bromag-e
and Miss Francis Florer will speak
on the proposed amendments for the
Reception Committee of the Mich-
igitn League will meet at 4 o'clock at
the Lague. The room will be posted
on the League bulletin board.
Ann Arbor Theosophical Society
zncefing at 8:00 p.m. at the League.
All those interested are welcome.
Delta Epsilcn Pi will meet at the
Union at 8 p.m. All members and
)ledges please attend.
1Hallowe'en Party at Stalker Hall
,his evening, 8:30. All Methodist stu-
dents and their friends of college age
are cordially invited. There will be
a small admission charge to cover
..ost of entertainment and refresh-
Gcncisee Club will hold its final
rushing meeting in the Union on
Sunday at 4:30 p.m. All regular
members of the club are especially
Arged to be present. Any other stu-
dents interested in joining the club
:.re cordially invited to attend.
Graduate Outing Club: The club
will hold a treasure hunt, supper,
slection of officers and mask party on
Sunday. All graduates interested are
invited to attend. The main group
will leave the steps of Angell Hall at
3 o'clock on Sunday afternoon and
Part Of Radio
Lewis Allen Weiss. assistant gen-
eral-manager of station WJR, met
yesterday with the class in broadcast-
ing technique, and discussed radio1
Speaking of the qualifications of a
radio advertising man, Mr. Weiss
said it was necessary for him to
kncw something about all forms of
advertising, the flow and distribution,
of merchandise, and program types.
He spoke of the expense of differ-
ent programs and said the most ex-
pensive one he knew of was the Ford
Motor Co. broadcast of the World
Series. It cost between $400,000 and
$450,000 for the seven programs.
The rate for evening programs on
the blue network of the NBC is $2,196
for a half-hour program, not includ-
ing talent, he said.
The series in advertising will be
continued next Thursday by Stanley
Boynton, WJR, who will speak on
"Radio Surveys Made for Advertis-
go to the George Washington Scout
Cabin at the beginning of Huron
River Drive. Others may find the
group there any time later in theraf-
ternoon or evening. Each person
will bring his own supper, but re-
freshments will be served later at the
party. Bring your own mask and 15
or 20 cents for refreshments and the
use of the cabin.
Lutheran Student Club: Professor
Howard McClusky, a faculty member
of the University, will speak on "If
I Were a Freshman" at the meeting
of the Lutheran Student Club, on
Sunday, Oct. 28, at 5:30 o'clock in
the parish hall of the Zion Luther-
The Disciple's Guild (Church of
Christ) will meet at 438 Maynard at
6 o'clock, Sunday evening. After
the tea and social hour, there will
be a discussion of "Life at Michigan."
The value of this meeting deserves
the attendance of every member.
Fall Games: With the consent of
the Deans and of the Director of the
College of Architecture, freshmen
and sophomores in the Colleges of
Literature, Science, and the Arts,
Engineering, Architecture, and Phar-
macy, and in the curriculum of the
School of Health and Education are
in accordance with custom excused
from classes Saturday morning, Oct.
27, for the purpose of participating in
the annual fall games.
A. G. Ruthven
Oukie s dip
j " THF. STAGE il
By JACK C. SEIDEL sired, Elmer Rice has achieved w\ith
Five years ago, January 10, 1929, to amazing insight in his new play en-
be exact, the great white way of the titled "Street Scene." He has trans-j
nation was given its first opportunity ferred intact to the stage a segment
to witness a Pulitzer Prize play. Since of representative New York life,.
that memorable night the fame of preserving not only its appearance but
"Street Scene" and its author, Elmer its character, relating it not only to;
Rice, has invaded almost every the city but to humanity."
theatre conscious city, village and -J. Brooks Atkinson, N. Y. Times
hamlet of the nation. University "Here is a dramatist whose mind.
courses in contemporary drama study is deeply engaged with problems of
it today for the interesting dramatic the imagination and whose knowledge
problems it presents in action, set- of the theatre enables him to giveG
ting, and characters. these problems genuine dramatic
Tonight theatre-goers of Ann Ar- form."
bor will have their first chance to see -John Drinkwater, N. Y. Times
the play on local boards, presented by "Some critics tell that it's useless
Play Production students, under the to put on a good play in New York.
direction of Mr. Windt, as their open- That the public doesn't know the,
ing gun in what promises to be an- good from the bad. The lie is givenC
other eventful theatre year for this this frowsy statement by the great
town. In anticipation of tonight's success of "Street Scene." In it you
presentation of "Street Scene," and as will find all the "character drawing"'
a guide to what one may expect, it the most meticulous dissector of
is interesting to note what the more drama can wish for. In it are dram-
reliable critics of the country have aturgic artistry, bold realism, deli-
had to say in its behalf. cious poetry and riotous humor."
"What many playwrights have de- -Theatre Magazine
Batchelder To Talk Student 'Y Officers
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2 lines daily, college year ........7c
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The above rates are for 7% point
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water. Will call for and deliver.
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Many 1934 cars with low mileage
included. We will trade and extend
convenient terms. Open evenings.
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WANTED: MEN'S OLD AND NEW
suits. Will pay 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 dol-
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The inside story of Germany's in-
ternal crisis will be revealed by
Charles C. Batchelder, authority on
international affairs, October 31,1
when he will speak before the Detroit
Town Hall series at the Fisher The-
atre, Detroit. His subject will be "Has
Hitler Saved or Ruined Germany?"
Mr. Batchelder is well-fitted to pre-
sent such information as his diplo-
matic connections and first hand in-
formation on the subject make this
possible. Formerly United States
Trade Commissioner in the Far East,
Secretary of the Interior for the!
Philippines, and expert on economics
at the Washington Conference, he has
also acted in the capacity of instructor
in foreign affairs to Queen Mary of
Mr. Batchelder is the second celeb-
rity on the Town Hall program of 20.1
Plans for the conference of presi-
dents of the Y.M.C.A. organizations
of the Big Ten schools are rapidly
being completed, Russell F.. Ander-
son, '36, annotinced yesterday. The
conference will open Nov. 9 and close
at noon Nov. 11.
The program will consist of a series
of discussion groups and speeches
dealing with specific problems of the
The conference will be adjourned
temporarily in order to attend the
Michigan-Wisconsin game. The Board
in Control of Athletics has granted a
special price for tickets to the dele-
gates of the conference.
Glen D. Delton of Ohio State Uni-
versity will be present for the student
officers of that university. Invitations
have been issued to the presidents of
other Y.M.C.A. groups.
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individual interest in the laundry
problems of our customers. Girls'
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Measured by C. Krug, expert tailor.
Office 214 E. Washington. Phone
2-1910 for appointment. 6x
VOCAL STUDIO: Grace Johnson
Konold, former instructor in Uni-
versity School of Music, announces
the opening of her vocal studio for
beginners and advanced students.
1908 Austin Ave. Phone 4855. 8x
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Scienee Auditorium. Professor Jac-
. ques Maritan, of the Institut Catho-
lique de Paris: "Knowledge and Wis-
Friday, Oct. 26, 4:15 p.m., Chemis-
try Amphitheatre. Dr. D. L. Taberi
of the Abbott Laboratories: "Modern
Developments in Hypnotics."
Monday, Oct. 29, 4:15 p.m., Natur-
al Science Auditorium. Prof. Alfred
H. White, head of the department of
Chemical Engineering, "New Synthet-
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