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PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY TIURi

SDAY, NOVEMBER 8. 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.

Sweet To Address
Press Club On NR.A

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uation in February, June, or August,
will meet in Natural Science Auditor-
ium, Monday, Nov. 12, at 4:15. This]
is for both seniors and graduate stu-
dents in the various schools and col-
leges of the University.
University Bureau of Appointments
and Occupational Information.
R.O.T.C.: All advanced course stu-
dents report between the hours of
8 a.m. and 6 p.m. for uniform tryons
today. Tailors here one day only.
Physical Education for Women:
Registration for the indoor season
will take place in Room 16, Barbour
Gymnasium on Thursday, Friday and
Saturday of this week from 10-121
and 1:30-5:00.
All work books must be turned in
at the time of registration.
Students desiring to elect physical
education at this time should register
on one of these three days.
Swimming Test -- Women Stu-
dents: The Average Swimming Test
will be given at the Union Pool
Thursday evening at 7:30 and Sat-
urday morning at 9. Girls interested
in trying the test, sign up in Bar-
hour Gymnasium, Office 15.
Academic Notices
Earhart 'Pro-Seminar, Sociology
205: Will meet Monday, Nov. 12, at
3:00 in Room 407, Main Library.
Geology 11: The make-up bluebook
will be given Friday at 9:00 in the
Science Auditorium.
Lecture
Oratorical Association L e c t u r e
Course: Due to the illness of Stuart
Chase, it has become necessary to!
postpone his lecture until Wednes-
day, Nov. 14. Tickets issued for to-
night will be honored.
Exhibitions
An exhibition of Pastel drawings
by Llizabeth Telling will be shown,
under the auspices of the Ann Arbor
Art Association, in Alumni Memorial
Hall, Nov. 8 to 25, inclusive, 1:30 p.m.
to 5 p.m.
Events Today
Observatory Journal Club will meet
at 4:15 in the Observatory lecture
room. Dr. A. D. Maxwell will review
the book "Calculation of the Orbits
of Asteroids and Comets" by K. P.
Williams. Tea will be served at 4:00
Junior Mathematical Society meet-
ing at 9 p.m.Room 3212 Angell Hall.
All interested are welcome.

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Those attending the meetings ofI
the University Press Club of Mich-
igan this week-end during its six-
teenth annualkconvention wills have !AT THE MAJESTIC
an opportunity to hear one of the I
D bila F'1 ear

GREEN
AT THE NATURAL SCIENCE
AUDITORIUM - "MOTHER"

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most enthusiastic backers of the Na- ThJim"Jte" te tsuhon
tional Recovery Administration when "DESIRABLE" The film "Mother" is to be shown
former governor William Ellery SweetI twice, at 4:15 and at 7 p.m. today,
fm Colorodressehe Fridy af- A warner Brothers production, fea- under the auspices of the Vanguard
of olod as de heFridauing Jean Muir, Verree Teasdale, and Club and the Detroit Film and Photo
ternoon assembly dealing with world George Brent. Lau.Pral on qimn
problems.League. Portable sound equipment
r . "WAKE UP AND DREAM" will be used to give a really profession-
Mr. Sweet, who is at present a rep-; al showing of this screen version
resentative of the NRA, will SpeakE A U1i)x ersal picture starrinf Rusassown o hiCsrenvrso
on "The New Deal Outlook." jumbo, and featurin June Knight and of Maxim Gorky's famous novel. A
After taking his A.B. from Swarth- Rger Pryor. review before the showing is unusual
more in 1890 with a Phi Beta Kappa "Desirable" is one of the most de- for this column, but since the filni
ranking, he established his own firm shwill be here for only one day, I believe
, sirable pictures that has come to town it is justified.
of investment.bankers in 1894 at Den- since "One Night of Love," although i ted .
ver. The firm was later made a part- Directed by V. I. Pudovkin and
nership, from which he retired in the two have nothing in common. starring Nickolai Batalof (famous
1920. . Jean Muir plays the part of a most for his work in "The Road To Life"),
unsophisticated young girl who is this story of a working woman turned
8 p.m. A speaker will address the fresh from boarding school and knows into a revolutionary strike leader
club and all members are urged to be nothing about anything, so to speak, through oppression is one of the RUS-
present. Her mother is an actress, and, inci- sian screen classics, others beingj
present._dentally, the toast of New York. Be- I "Potemkin," "The Road To Life,"'
Riding for Women: The Novices cause of this she (toes not want it and "Ten Days That Shook the
Riding Club will have its first ride known that she has a grown daughter. World." It should be of special in-
But one of her boy friends meets the terest to students of Russian litera-
this evening. Members are asked to young thing accidentally, and decides ture in particular, to students of
meet at the North University Aye- to educate her. The results make a world literature in general, and to
nue entrance of the League promptly charming picture with everything in all others interested in the work of
at 7:30. its favor, including excellent charac- the Soviet film studios in the realm
terizations by Miss Muir, to whom the of historical film transcription.
Hillel Feundation: Regular open vehicle is beautifully suited, ,Miss Tc
house for independent and affiliated;Tcasdale, and Mr. Brent. Not often The acting, direction, and camera
students at the foundation from 4-6, Tnwork are especially well done, and, as
sponsored by the Alpha Epsilon Phi d tuie pye in ood o a purely cinematic achievement, it
sponore by he lph EpslonPhirefer to movie players as Miss or Mr., I
Sorority. but this one is so well done that one is one of the most interesting films
feels as if he had been enjoying a good yet to come from abroad. As adocu-
Reception Committee of the Mich- legitimate play and wished to clap ment of human oppression and strug-
igan League meets at 5 o'clock, at the when it was through. That is "Desir- gle, "Mother" is likely to shake you
League. Room posted on League able." considerably, no matter what your
bulletin board. "ake Up and Dream" is a good litical sympathies may be. Tracing
picture, too, but in comparison to an abortive strike in a Russian in-
Intermediate Dancing Class of the "Desirable" it is ordinary. It's plot is dustrial center at the beginning of
League meets at 7:30 p.m. as usual. concerned with three pals (Columbo, the century, the enormous injustice
Knight, and Pryor) who have been of Czarist tyranny, and the eventual
Michigan Dames: The Art Group trying to get on the stage for some stamping out of a worker's uprising,
will meet at the League at 8 p.m. All time. They starve, try tricks, and do the action of this screen drama has
Students' wives are invited, everything else to place themselves, caught both mass movement and in-
but it takes them a long time to get dividual martyrdom, attaining poig-
Coming Events anywhere. When they do, love sticks nancy and a certain exaltation.
its ugly (in this case) head in the win- "Mother" should be seen by everyone.
Seniors, School of Education: The dow and messes them all up with each -J.C.S.
senior class of the School of Educa- other. There is nothing unusual about
tion will hold its elections from 2-3 the picture except the fact that it AT THE WHITNEY
p.m., Friday, Nov. 9, in Room 1431, gives Russ Columbo fans a last look'E
University Elementary School. at and listen to him, since he is now **"NANE THEWOMAN"
deceased. However, beside the songs, AND "CHEATERS"
Phi Eta Sigma Members: A mem- there is some comedy worth mention- "Name the Woman," a Columbia fea-
bership dinner will be held at the ing. It is executed by the man who Jture with Richard Cromwell, Arline
Union, Sunday evening, Nov. 25. Ar- always plays the part of the excited iidge. and Rita LeRoy, under thetrec"
, Y tion of Albert Rogeli, and "Cheaters,"
rangements have been made to have Italian waiter. He has amused movie a Liberty production, directed by Phil
audiences for some time, but this is Rohsen, starring Bill Boyd, Dorothy. Mac-
an interesting guest speaker. Those kaill, and June Collyer.
intending to be present may make the largest and best part he has had.
The program at the Whitney for
their reservations and payment at The program at the Majestic will the next two days is not one of out-
the Union. The cost to members will disappoint few who see it, because it is tandgmt.NamintheWoman"
be 25 cents, altogether a good one. It is long, but standing merit "Name the Woman'
'you will not squirm in your seat un-
Phi Lambda Upsilon: Annual less you are looking for something
Bridge Smoker occurs Friday, Nov. better than the movies can give you.
9, Seminar Room, East Eng. Bldg., -C.B.C.
7:30 p.m. Members from other chap-
ters are invited to attend.
Hillel Foundation: Medical stu-
dents and Hillel members take spe-
det n illmmestk p-415c till 6 A Regular 52c Dinner for
cial notice. Dr. Raphael Isaacs' classte
in "Medicine Among the Jews Dur- 'ti 25c after 6 Forty-one cents, with this ad.
ing the Ages" will start a week from tie EVERY DAY
Thursday instead of this Thursday Continuous $6.16 Worth of Meals
as originally announced.r 2 to i P.M.
or $5.00

CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY
WANTED STUDENT Hand Laundry. Prices rea-
WANTED: MEN'S OLD AND NEW 1 sonable. Free delivery. Phone 3006
suits. Will pay 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 dol- ! 9x
lars. Phone Ann Arbor 4306. Chi- ---------
cago Buyers. Temporary office,C200 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
North Main. 7x ---
NorthMain._7x FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES
LAUNDRY Call the Kempf Music Studios for
l LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox darned. artistic piano tuning. Terms rea-
Careful work at low price. 4x sonable. Phone 63213.1x
is the story of a young cub reporter, NOTICE
who tries to make feature stories out FINANCE CO. offers bargains in re-
of the weather reports, and ends up possessed and repurchased cars,
by solving the usual murder mystery. Many 1934 cars with low mileage
"Cheaters" is little better, dealing included. We will trade and extend
}with two jail birds who make love a convenient terms. Open evenings.
business, but end by yielding to the 311 W. Huron. Ph. 2-3267. l0x
basic feature of their profession, and
following the straight and narrow LSTAND _FUND
line. I LOST: Oct. 27: Large brown tiger
It's the usual run in movie enter- cat. named Bobby. 409 E. Madison
tainment, about the best thing being St. Phone 8972. Reward.
the news reel of the Michigan-Min- LOST: LAST WEEK-END, MASONIC
nesota game. DIAMOND PIN SET. LIBERAL RE-
-D.M.E.T. WARD. PHONE 7738.
PHI SIGMA MEETS WANTED - SITUATIONS
The regular meeting of Phi Sigma CHEF: Experienced. Wishes frater-
was held last night. Dr. Jean D. nity job. Capable of taking charge
Arnold spoke on "Garibaldi; The or kitchen. City references. Box 3A.
Garden of the Thunder God." 105
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Transportation Club: Meeting
7:30, room 1213 E. Eng. Bldg.

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Sigma Delta Chi: Meeting at 12:15
p.m. in the Union. Whether coming
for lunch or soon after, members
are asked to be ready with names
of' prospective pledges to be voted
on today.
Black Quill: Meeting this evening,I
Michigan League. Please see bulletin
board for room. Business meeting
for old members, 7:30 p.m., for guests,

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