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T HE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, OCTOBER

I MOMMOMINNO

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.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1934 Academic Notices
VOL. XLV No. 3011
Economics 173: (Section 2): Prob-
Notices lem assigned for Monday will not be
Children's Theatre Ticket an due until Wednesday.
Story Telling Committee: Meeting in
Miss McCormick's office in League, Lecture
3 p.m., Monday, Oct. 29.1
University Lectures:
Student Roundtable will meet this Monday, Oct. 29, 4:15 p.m., Natur-
afternoon at 4 o'clock at Lane Hall. al ScienlTe Auditorium. Prof. Alfred
Presentation and discussion of "The H. White, head of the department of
Youth Movements" will occupy the Chemical Engineering, "New Synthet-
hour forum. All students connected ic Products for Clothes and Houses."
with or interested in any social, re- The public is cordially invited.

Wesleyan Guild worship service at
Stalker Hall, at 6 p.m. "Religion As
a Personal Matter," is the subject
chosen by the speaker, Professor Roy
W. Cowden. Supper and fellowship
houl following the meeting. All stu-
dents and their friends are cordially
invited to attend.

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CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

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AT THE WHITNEY

Concert

Methodist Episcopal Church-Sun- **-"YOUNG AND BEAUTIFUL"
day morning worship service at 10:45 ?
a.m. Continuing a series entitled A Mascot feature directed by Joseph
"What We Want," Dr. Brashares has i Santley. Featured players include Wil-{
~ liam Haines, Judith Allen, Joseph Caw-
chosen "Success" as the subject for thorn, John Miljan, and the 1934 Wan-
this week's sermon. pas Baby Stars. Photographed by John 1
Stumar; musical background by Ted
Fio-Rito and band. Short subjects in-
Congregational Church:ude Universal newsreel. Sport-stunt
Churc: Unfied short, a cartoon comedy, and a f liker t
service of worship and Christian Edu- vaudeville show starring Gus Van.
cation, 10:30-12:00.
Mr. Heaps will speak 01 "The Tow- The most entertaining portion of'
er of Babel" in the sermon series tIe Whitney's bill this half week is a
"The Old Testament in the New short subject staring Gus Van. This1
Times." Rabbi Bernard Heller will first rate tunester and character-im-;
give the lecture on "The Evolution personator puts over a trio of songs,
of Religion," speaking on "Jehovah that will roll you into the aisles; andI
and the Jews." in addition introduces for short ap-
The Student Fellowship invites pearances Armida, the half-pint
Congregational young people to the "Mechican" comedienne, a comedy
supper served at 6 o'clock and a pro- dance trio and some others. The
gram of music following. feature, "Young and Beautiful," is
average fare.
Unitarian Church: 5:00 o'clock - William Haines makes his screen
Family Hallowe'en Service - "Witch- comeback here, but if this is an indi-
es Walk Today," by Rev. H. P. Mar- cation of what he's going to do, IM
ley. Buffet supper to follow. 7:30, think he'd be better off back among
Liberal Student Union - Discussion his famous antique collections. Judith
on "Values," summing up three pre- Allen and Joseph Cawthorn save the
vious meetings, led by Professor Geo. show with their capable perform-
Brigham. ances. And as for the 1934 Wampus

Faculty Orchestra Concert:
The University Symphony Orches-
tra, Earl V. Moore, Conductor, with
Mabel Roos Rhead, piano soloist, will
give the following program in Hill
Auditorium, Sunday afternoon, at
4:15 o'clock, to which the general
public, with the exception of small
children is invited without admission
charge. The doors will be closed dur-
ing numbers:
Overture to the Opera
"Rosamunde"........Schubert
Symphony No. 1, B-flat major,
Op. 38.............Schumann
Andante un poco maestoso
Allegro molto vivace
Larghetto
Scherzo
Allegro animato e grazioso
(The second, third, and fourth
movements are played without
pause.)
Concerto for Pianoforte and
Orchestra, No. 2, G minor,
Op. 22 ............ Saint-Saens
Andante sostenutoJ
Allegro scherzando[
Presto?

ndependent firm, and thus of neces-I
city limited in its budget, its bare-
ness andadolescent appeal stands out
for lack of the usual trimmings and
gaudy settings which the more pros-
perous producers can afford to util-
ize and thus fool the public. It is
disastrous for an independent produc-
er to try to imitate the products of1
the large movie trusts.
The only reason such a company,
should exist is, like King Vidor, to
experiment with types, of films they
money bags of Hollywood are afraid
to try. When they fail to do this
and turn out imitations of the usual
tripe, they serve little purose.
-J.C.S.
ATE THE MAJESTIC
**PLUS "SERVANT'S
ENTRANCE"
The Majestic Theatre presents the Fox
picture, "Servant's Entrance" starring
Janet Gaynor. and featuring Lew Ayres,
Ned Sparks, and Louise Dresser.
This picture should be entertaining
to everyone except those who cannot
endure Janet Gaynor, and even those
in that category will dislike her less
than they have in former pictures.
Although "Servant's Entrance" has a
trite plot (the one in which young
love triumphs over social distance,
money difficulties, and everything
else), is acted only fairly well, and
offers nothing outstandingly new in
entertainment, it has a charm which
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Adelphi House of Representatives,'
campus forensic society, will meet in
its room on the fourth floor of An-
gell Hall at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday,
Oct. 30. There will be an initiation'
of all the men accepted as members
this semester. All initiation fees and
dues should be paid before the initia-
tion, as the House will be organized
for the semester immediately after
the initiation. There will also be
parliamentary drill. All members
should be present.

Baby Stars, they ought to give up and1
go home to marry the local boy friend.,
The little they contribute to "Young
and Beautiful" hurts its professionalI
claim as movie fare.
"Youpg and Beautiful" is a good
example of the stuff Hollywood puts'
out, the kind of smart Alec hero andj
sugar honey picture. Produced by an;

Mabel Ross Rhead Alpha Epsilon Mu: Supper meeting
at 5:30 p.m. in the north alcove of
the League Grill. Members will meet
Events Today in the alcove promptly and then go
down the cafeteria line for supper.
The International Student Forum ____
group will meet at Stalker Hall, 3:00 Sigma Gamma Epsilon: Will hold a
p.m. There will be an informal dis- touch football game Sunday after-
cussion of topics of interest to every- noon. Meet at Natural Science at
one. All Methodist students and their 1I:30.
friends of college are are urged to be 1:3_._
present. Vulcans: There will be an impor-

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Harris Hall: This evening-the first
of a series of discussions will begin
at 7 o'clock. Professor Leroy Water-
man will lead the discussion on "The
Genetic Approach to Religion." All
students are cordially invited.
Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church:
Services of worship today are: 8:00
a.m. Holy Communion, 9:30 a.m.
Church School, 11:00 a.m. Kinder-
garten, 11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer
and Sermon by the Reverend Henry
Lewis. The choir of St. Andrew's
under the direction of Mr. Nowell S.
Ferris will present the first Choir
Sunday. Special music will be sung.
Lutheran Student Clult: 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, at
5:30 o'clock in the parish hall of
Zion Lutheran church.
First Baptist Church: Roger Wil-
liams Guild. 10:45, Mr. Sayles"will
speak on "Religion and Superstition."
12:00 noon, Mr. Chapman leads stu-
dent study group at Guild House, 503
E. Huron, on topic, "An Ideal of a
Christian Social Order."
6:00 p.m., Student gathering at
Guild House. Dr. C. W. Chamberlain,
Professor of Physics at Michigan
State College, will speak on "Religion
and the Laboratory." A social hour
will follow. A welcome to students.

tant supper meeting in the tower
room of the Union at 6:00 p.m., Sun-
day.
Genesee Club will hold its last
rushing meeting of the year in
the Union at 4:30. All new students
interested in the club are invited to
meet with us. All the regular mem-
bers are especially asked to be pres-
ent.
Graduate Outing Club: The club
will hold a treasure hunt, supper,
election of officers and mask party
today. All graduates interested are
invited to attend. The main group
will leave the steps of Angell Hall atI
3 o'clock this afternoon and goI
to the George Washington Scout
Cabin at the beginning of Huron
River Drive. Others may find the
group there any time later in the af-
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.

Presbyterian Student Appoint-
ments: 9:30, Student Classes at the
Church House. 10:45, Morning Wor-
ship. "The Value of Goals of Per-
fection for the Enrichment and In-
tegration of Personality." Dr. Nor-
man E. Richardson. 5:30, Social
Hour and Supper. 6:30, Student For-
um. "The Enrichment of Religious
Music." Dr. William E. Doty. A
reading of "The Terrible Meek."
Prof. Charles McGaw.}
Coming Events
Students Concentrating in Eco-
nomics: Students concentrating in
Economics, and Graduate students in
the department, are cordially invited
to attend a smoker at the Union, 7:30
p.m., Monday, Oct. 29.
Engineering Council meeting, Mon-
day night at 7:30 in the M. E. Com-
puting room, West Engin. Bldg.
Luncheon for Graduate Students
on Wednesday, Oct. 31, at twelve
o'clock, Russian Tea Room of the
Michigan League. Cafeteria service.
Bring tray across the hall. Profes-
sor Preston Slosson of the History
Department will speak informally on
"The Adriatic Crisis."
Public in general and students in
particular are cordially invited to a
Seyfried Jewelers
Dealers in Watches,
a Clocks and Jewelry
HIGH GRADE REPAIRING
304 South Main St.

discussion lead by Dr. Blakeman onj
Early and Recent Missions on Oct.
29, 8:30 p.m., Lane Hall. The dis-
cussion will be conducted under the
auspices of Hindustan Club.-
Cercle Francais: The first meeting
for new members will take the fornl
of a Hallowe'en Party, in Room 408,
Romance Languages Building, Wed-
nesday, Oct. 31, at 8:15. New mem-
bers as well as old are urged to be
present.
Hillel Players: Meeting for all those
who wish to try out for acting or
technical positions on the three-act
play to be produced by the Hillel
Players, The meeting will be held at
7:30 p.m., on Oct. 30, at the Hillel
Foundation. If you cannot be pres-
ent, leave your' name and telephone
number at the Foundation.
National Student League will meet
at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in Room 302,
Union. All interested are invited.
3DAYSONLY

THE ENGLISH-AMERICAN tailoring
company, one of the oldest and larg-
est concerns in the United States,
announces a line of made to meas-
ure suits priced as low as $21 up.
Liberal allowance made on your old
suit. The Fair. 200 N. Main St. 7xa
FINANCE CO. offers bargains in re-
possessed and repurchased car's
Many 1934 cars with low mileage
included. We will trade and extend
convenient term . Open evenings.
311 W. Huron. PlY. 2-3267. 10x
Sea Scouts, Eagle Scouts: All Sea
Scouts and Eagle Scouts are invited
to meet in Room 302, Michigan Un-
ion at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 30.
Faculty Women's Club, Tuesday
Afternoon Play Reading Section: The
first meeting will be held on Tuesday,
Oct. 30, at 2:15 in the Alumnae Room
of the Michigan League.
Mimes announces tryouts for all
those interested in lyrics and music
for the Union opera to be held Mon-
day, Oct. 29, 7:30 p.m., Room 302,
Michigan Union.
All Types of
DANCING
Taught daily. Private
lessons only. Terrace
Garden Studio. Wuerth
Thea.tre Bldg. Ph. 9695

WANTED: Two girls to share small
apartment with third party, one
half block from campus. Expenses
exceedingly low. Call Lillian Brazil.
220 South Thayer.
WANTED: MEN'S OLD AND N)TEW
suits. Will pay 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 dol-
lars. Phone Ann Arbor 4306. Chi-
cago Buyers. Temporary office, 200
North Main. 7x
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Measured by C. Krug, expert tailor.
Office 214 E. Waishington. Phone
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shower. Law student desires room-
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FOR RENT -- ROOMS
CLEAN, WARM room. 516 Cheever Ct.
Telephone 7073. Back of Union.
ROOMS: Single and double. Clean,
pleasant, steam heat. Two blocks
from campus. 311 Thompson. Phone
6706.
Today, Tues., Wed.
ALL MATINEES 15c UNTIL 6
NIGHTS - - 25c
JEAN HARLOW in
"THE GIRL FROM
MISSOUR I"
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