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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY OFFICI.
Pubication In the Bulletin is constru
University. Copy received at the ofilci
until 3:30; 11:30 a.n. Saturday.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 19344
VOL. XLV No. 47
Notices
Faculty Meeting, College Litera-
ture, Science, and the Arts: The ad-A
journed meeting of this faculty will
be held in Room 2225 A.H., Monday,
Nov. 19, beginning at 4:10 o'clock. At
this time the discussion of the pro-,
posed changes in requirement for ad-
mission will be continued. Because of
the importance of this subject a full,
attendance is desired.

Student Loans: The Loan Commit-
tee will meet on Tuesday, Nov. 20,
at 1:30 p.m., in Room 2, University'
Hall. Students who have filed appli-
cations with' the Office of the Dean
of Students should call at that office
for an appointment with the Com-
mittee.
J. A. Bursley, Chairman
Notice: In the display case of the
Botany Department on the first floor
of the Natural Science Building is a
display of sprays of chrysanthemum
flowers showing the different types
grown at the Botanical Gardens of
the University, on Packard Road.
Choral Union Members: Pass tick-
ets for the Don Cossack Russian Male
,lo ruP Concert, to be given Monday
night, will be issued to all members
of the Choral Union in good stand-
ing, who call in person, at the School
of Music, Monday, between the hours
of 10 and 12, and 1 and 4. After 4
o'clock no tickets will be issued.
Don Cossack Russian Chorus Con-
cert:
The attention of Choral Union con-
cert-goers is respectfully called to
the following:
The Don Cossack Russian Chorus
concert will take place Monday eve-
ning, Nov. 19, at 8:15 o'clock. Please
be seated on time as the doors will
be closed during numbers.
Holders of season tickets are re-
spectfully requested to detach from
their season tickets, before leaving
home, the individual coupons for the
respective concerts, and, to present
the proper coupon only. For the Don
Cossack concert use coupon number
3.
To avoid confusion and misunder-
standings, members of the audience
who leave the auditorium during in-
termissions will please present their
ticket stubs to the attendants at the
doors when re-entering the auditor-
ium.
Taxi cabs and private cars may use
the entrances on both the Thayer and
Ingalls Street sides of the building.
Traffic and parking in front of the
auditorium will be prohibited.
The Box Office will open at 7:00
o'clock. Single admissions, $1.00,
$1.50, $2.00 - Season tickets, $5.00,
$7.00, $8.50, $10.00.
* The Ann Arbor Police Department,
the Buildings and Grounds Division
of the University and the University
MVusical Society,, will appreciate the
sympathetic co-operation of the pub-
lic in these matters.
Attention Junior Lits: Class dues
will be collected Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday, Nov. 19-21, in An-
gell Hall. Dues also may be paid to
the various members of the commit-
tee. Juniors, Support Your Class and
Let'~s Make This A Record Year.
Varsity Band: Plans for the Sunday
Detroit trip have been changed.
Bandsmen must meet at Morris Hall,
in full uniform, not later than 11:45
a.m. Sunday, as buses will be ready
at 11:30 a.m.

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AL BULLETIN Receipt Of New Fortune Wiped Out-
ctive notice to all members of the"I
of the Assistant to the President .._ *LA-O E
Out of a Liturgy .. A. Gretchaninoff 1s Announced
Out of "The Invisible Town Kitesh
Febronia" ...N. Rimsky Korsakof B o t a ni I c a1 Collection Of
Out of the Opera P a r k*-Davi! IcreaSes
"Hovanshchina" .....Moussorgsky
Soldier's Songs ...... Arr. by S. Jaroff Reference Material
Lesginca............K. Schwedoff
The Moon Is I The addition of a number of new:
Shining ...... Arr. by G. Fistulari books to those in the stacks of the
A Golden Cloud Stayed main library has been announced. . Speed Reie Joi h Ii
Overnight...........Dargomisky These books have been added to the Po e i yS
The Beautiful Moon ... N. Gogotzky library collection over a long period of
Cossack Songs.....Arr. by S. Jaroff time because of a reduced budget this MANILA, Nov. 16. - P)-- Relief
year. The majority, of course, are of a workers were mobilized toaay to take
Events Today scientific nature, or of the reference food and medicine into the south-
type. Many have come through gifts foodtandpmeicinevinttedsouth
Michigan College Chemistry such as that of the Parke Davis Co.'s typhoon Wednesday and Thursday.
Teachers Association will hold its fall botanical library, which added a large i Twenty-three persons were known
meeting in Room 303 Chemistry number of rare and valuable volumes Tead, ythre persons epoted
Building. The following program will to the library's previous collection onds
be given: this subject. A medical collection has siin~ and nine lismed officially as
10:15 a.m.- Recent Advances in also been received., missing, as reports came in early to-
Atomic Physics, Dr. E. F. Barker. Sdayeovfrthertialkyrewtoercom muti-ns
11:15 a.m. - Library Technology Some of these books, however, are ovle
works of fiction, and, while no item- Four towns appeared to have been
for Chemistry Students, Dr. Byron A. ized list is available, these books, as -Associated Press Photos h urd townsly y the ene
Soule. . soon as they are catalogued and pre-
12:15 p.m.- Luncheon, Michigan d f lat lacd Collapse of the Insull public uti- storm
League. tare"star book shelvare posite the ities system carried away the entire In Sorsogon Province there were
1:15 p.m. -Business meeting cae desk on the second floor of the family fortune, including his mother's 11 known dead, and 60 per cent of*
2: 00 p.m. - The Responsibility of library, dower, Samuel I sull, Jr., one of thej the dwellings were blown down.
the College in the Preparation of The botanical collection is one of 17 defendants, testified in the mail The Manila Tribune reported 23
Teachers of Chemistry. Discussion the best and most complete of its fraud trial in Federal court in Chi- persons lost their lives at sea. There
lead by Dr. Clarence S. Yoakum. kind in existence, in the opinion of cage. He is shown as he appeared at were two known dead in Manila.
authorities. The medical collection has court.
Dance for Graduate Students will not as yet been completely classified, -ISeven Repoited Dead
be held from 9 to 12 p.m. at the Wom- and no information is available re- 1 Eastern Hdgway Crash
en' s Athletic Building. Admission 35 garding it. Glee Club W ll
cents. ALTOONA, Pa., Nov. 16-- (A) -
body to the Presbyterian Church GC Ut At Highway patrolmen reported s'even
Cosmopolitan Club: Lecture by Dr. house where they will be the guess I~ One£r persons were burned to death tonight
J. T. Sunderland on "Contributions G v o c rtproswr undt et oih
J. t turltue"CLnruHall,of the Presbyterian students. in a collision of two cars six miles
of East to Our Culture," Lane east of Altoona. None of the victims
8 p.m. Congregational Church: 10:30 Uni-'were identified, and the lone survivor,
.A.U.W.:vMeeting at 3:00 o'clock fied Service of Worship and Christian a woman, was unable to talk. One
in th balr m t L:ge Mrs. Education. Mr. Heaps will speak on Michigan's Varsity Glee Club will of the cars was reported to have been
in the ballroom of the League. Mrs."An Old Love Story," continuing the sing for the residents of Mosher-Jor- from State College, Pa.
Roy W. Sellars will speak on "The series on "The Old Testament in the dan Halls from 2 to 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Ambulances and officers rushed to
American Students in Russia." New Times." Prof. Slosson will speak Nov. 18, at one of the dormitory's reg- the scene and a large crowd imme-
on "The Pagan World in the Time ular Sunday afternoon musicals diately collected. Reports of the,
Presbyterian Students will leave for of Christ." This is one of the lectures The club will begin its concert with number dead varied but Highway
Church House at 1:30 p.m. on "The Evolution of Religion." "Feasting Our Watch" by Elgar; patrolmen. insisted seven perished asI
C rhH s _: p"Long Ago in Alcala" by Matthews; the two machines collided and bursti
First Baptist Church; Roger Wil- and "Devotion" by Richard Strauss. into flames.
Coming Events liams Guild, Sunday: 10:45 a.m.- A negro spiritual, "Wait 'tit I Put The woman was rushed to an Al-i
Pi Tau Pi Sigma informal initia- Mr. Sayles will speak on "Taking On My Crown" by Reddick, and an toona hospital. Her condition was
tion will be held at North Lake Sun- Jesus Seriously." 4 Irish folk song, "Eileen Allanna" will described as critical and police were
day, Nov. 18. The truck will leave 12 noon - Student Class at Guild i follow. Walter Jones will take the unable to question her.
siptn'e za l 7 acirlonuf nr 1iu viinn Wil-

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represent A-1 winery. Property
owner preferred. Box 10R, Mich.,
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WANTED: MEN'S OLD AND NEW
suits. Will pay 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 dol-
lars. Phone Ann Arbor 4306. Chi-
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CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

NOTICE
FINANCE CO. offers bargains in re-
posses 'ed and repurchased cars.
Many 1934 cars with" low mileage
included. We will trade. and extend
convenient terms. Open evenings
311 W. Huron. Ph. 2-3267. lox
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ROOM AND BOARD free in Suburban
htbome to party who will be home
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES1 during day, and do small amount
_ 1- --1-1 __ ---- - _ _ - _- - -- - _ of w ork.
FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES
Call the Kempf Music Studios for !ROOM TO RENT: Single room, warm
artistic piano tuning. Terms rea- for student. Reasonable. Board op-
sonable. Phone 6328. 1x tional. 620 Forest Ave.
Yearly Pilgr age Of Learning
Streams To University Museums
Nearly 35,000 persons, many of them' every country on earth, including
coming thousands of miles, visited the Russia, Tibet, India, Puerto Rico, acd
University Museums last year, Mor- many European nations. Many of
ley P. Williams, superintendent, esti- the Museums visitors are school chil-
mated yesterday. Among them were dren. Almost every day classes from
persons from all classes, varying from schools from all over Michigan come
an Indian prince to a man who signed here.
himself "John Dillinger." The average visitor is not inter-
One of the most popular places ested in anything in particular, Mr.
on campus, the Museums Building Williams pointed out. The school
keeps Mr. Williams busy taking care children come mostly to see the pre-
of it. And yet, of all who have gone historic divisions, and exhibit an in-
through the building since its erec- terest in paleontology.
tion, not a thing has been stolen or Mr. Williams told how he saw a
harmed, he said. bwinne dayvlat yea.
womkJant/ lk in~f L n a ast~t5 ~f. year

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the R.O.T.C. garage at 1:30 p.m. For House. Mr. Chapman.
further details see bulletin outside 6:00 p.m. - Student forum meet-
the Signal Corps office. ing. Stuart Chamberlain, Grad., will
discuss the recent volume, "A Chris-
Michigan Technic Staff meeting I tian Manifesto," by Dr. Edwin Lewis.
Monday, Nov. 19, at 5 p.m. in Room Members assigned for the panel jury
3205 East Engineering Bldg. It is next week, when this subject will
important that everyone attend. As- be discussed further, should be pres-
signments for December issue will be ent.
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solo part in "Eileen Allanna." The
War Song" from "The Cross of Fire"
by Chapman will conclude this group
of songs. Frederic Shaffmaster, '35,
will sing the solo part in "The War
Song."
A group of Michigan songs includ-
ing "Laudes Atque Carmine," "I Want
to Go Back to Michigan,"~ "'Tis of
Michigan We Sing," "When Night
Falls, Dear," "Varsity," and "The Yel-
low and the Blue" will also be in-
cluded.

Thie accident occured on me -n
liam Penn highway between Altoonat
and Tyrone.

Among the 35,000 who have signed
the register are those from nearly

Genesee Club will not meet Sun-
day afternoon but will postpone their
meeting until Sunday, Nov. 24. All
members are asked to take special
note of this change of schedule.
Varsity Glee Club: Concert at 2:00
p.m. at Jordan Hall on Sunday. Also,
wear full dress Monday night for
the Cossack reception. Ribbons to
be given out Sunday at concert. Mon-
day reception at 10:30.
Outing for Graduate Students: The
Graduate Outing Club is sponsoring
a trip to the Boy Scout cabin at Scio
Sunday afternoon. Supper and par-
tial transportation will be provided at
a cost of 35 or 30 cents. Meet in the
lobby of Lane Hall by 3:00 Sunday
afternoon. Edward Marceau will be
leader on the trip; for further in-
formation call Mr. or Mrs. Whitaker,
5745. All graduate students welcome.
Bibliophiles of the Faculty Wom-
en's Club will meet on Tuesday, Nov.
20, at the home of Mrs. Donald Mur-
phy, 715 Forest Ave., at 2:30 p.m.
Music Activities at the League: The
following women and others inter-
ested in the music activities of theI
League, please meet at the League
Monday, Nov. 19, at 5 p.m.; Anne
F a r q u h a r, Rosanna Manchester,
Elizabeth Moore, Ruth Boomhawer,
Rachel Lease, Elizabeth Long.
Badminton for Women: Practice
for Intramural competition is to be-
gin on Nov. 19 at Barbour Gymnas-'
ium, 4:15 p.m. Beginners will be wel-
come.
All Congregational Students will
meet at the Congregational Church
at 5:45 p.m. on Sunday and go in a,

Haris Hall: Sunday evening at sev- !
en o'clock there will be regular stu-
dent meeting. Dr. Raphael Isaoacs,
assistant director of the Simpson
Memorial Institute will lead the dis-
cussion on, "Some Data About Jud-
aism." All students are cordially in-
vited.
Saint Andrew's Church: Services
of worship Sunday are: 8:00 a.m.
Holy Communion* 9:30 a.m. Church
School, 11:00 a.m. Kindergarten,
11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer and Ser-
mon by the Rev. William D. Orr, 7:30
p.m. Choral Evensong and Address by
the Rev. William D. Orr.
Presbyterian Student Appoint-
ments - Sunday:
9:30 a.m. - Student classes meet
at the Church House.
10:45 a.m. - Morning Worship,
"The Possible You," Dr. William P.
Lemon.
5:30 p.m. - Social Hour and Sup-
per. Congregational Students are to
be our guests; come early.1
6:30 p.m.-Worship Service. A
play is to be given students from the
Presbyterian Young People's Society
and the music is being furnished by'
the Congregational Orchestra.
Disciples Guild (Church of Christ)
Appointments - Sunday:
10:45 a.m. - Morning Worship
Service. Sermon, "Treasure Trove,"
by Rev. Fred Cowin.
12:00 .a.m.-Upper Room Bible
Class taught by Rev. Pickerill.
6:00 p.m. --Social and Tea.
6:30 p.m. -Discussion meeting the
topic of ,which is "Hobbies in Mak-
ing Personalities."
7:30 p.m. - Evening W o r s h i p
Service and sermon, "Unexhaustible
Pcssibilities," by Rev. Fred Cowin.
Members and friends of the guild areI
urged to attend these functions.
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Unitarian Church: Sunday Evening
Devotional service. Rev. H. P. Mar-
ley's topic will be "Tobacco Road" -
a discussion of the Kirkland play of
Rural Georgia now running in New
York. Liberal Students' Union meet-
ing at 7:30. Prof. Raleigh Schorling
of the Educational School will speak
on, "The Most Important Problem
for Youth."
Michigan Dames: The Child Study
Group will meet Monday evening,,
Nov. 19, at the home of Mrs. Freder-
ick W. Peterson, Foster Road. Those
planning to attend should be at the
League Building at 7:45.
GREATEST VALUE in
Regular Meals.
7 Lunches and 7 Dinners
Worth $6.16 - for $5.00
and $5.65 Ticket for $5.00
Both Good at Any Time.
The MICHIGAMME
(Next to Michigan Theatre)

NRA T o Face Test In1Dr. Raphael Will Speak
To Harris Hall Group
IThree Battles Today ToH ri Hl ru
. Dr. Raphael Isaacs of the medical
GRAND RAPIDS, Nov. 16 -(A)- school will speak on "Some Aspects
The NRA will be under fire twice of Judaism" Sunday night in Harris
within a few hours in United States Hall. He will clarify these points of
District Court here Saturday morn- the Jewish religion that are often
ing, and in the afternoon it will at- : misinterpreted.
tempt to use its punitive powers This is the fourth of a series of dis-
against an alleged violator of a code. cussions about religion which are pre-
Two Grand Haven companies are i sented at student meetings, and the
plaintiffs in unrelated actions sched- series was just inaugurated this year.
uled for morning hearings before
Judle Fred M. Raymond. In the Reasonable and Experienced
third NRA case, Reginald S. French,
of Caledonia and Middleville, broth-
er-in-law of Senator Arthur H. Van-ij TU TOR IN G
denberg, will be called on trial on French, Spanish, Latin, Math,
charges that he placed himself in i Physics, & Engineering Subjects
contempt of the Court by violating John Popplestone, A.M. (Harvard)
the code for the hard coal dealers in- Richard Burgis, B.S. (Yale)
dustry after Judge Raymond had is- TELEPHONE 7450
sued an injunction ordering him to
comply with the code's provisions. 1Between 9 and 530

write her name in the register, and
walk quickly out. That register is
full of history. Its many pages con-
tain all sorts of names. There are a
few pseudonyms, such as "Dillinger,"
but for the most part the signatures
are those of persons anxious to leave
records of their having visited the
Museums.
Week Days
1.Sctill 6
25cafter 6
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25cAYS
Mat. & Night
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Academic Notices
Bacteriology 113a will start Mon-
day, Nov. 19, in Room 2552, East
Medical Bldg., at 1 p.m. Each stu-
dent should come provided with a
$5.00 Hygienic Laboratory ticket pro-
curable at the Treasurer's Office.
Psychology 31: For the midsemester
examination students with initials A
through F will go to 25 A.H., those
with initials G through K will go to
231 A.H. and those with initials L
tthrough Z will go to N.S. Aud. Blue-
books will not be necessary.
Block Courses in Physical Educa-
tion: Education F4lb and F43b will
begin on Monday, Nov. 19. Educa-
tion F45b will begin on Tuesday, Nov.
20.

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Matinees 30c
Evenings 40c

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Lectures

Stage and Screen Entertainment

University Lecture.
Prof. Charles F. Remer, of the Dc-
partment of Economics, will speak
on the subject, "Professors in Wash-
ington," at 4:15 p.m., Tuesday, Nov.
20, in the Natural Science Auditor-
ium. This is the second of a series
of University Lectures by members
of the University. faculties, which
faculty members, students, and the
general public are cordially invited
to attend.
Concerta
Chor1al Unlion Concerts:
The Don Cossack Russian Male

AN UNUSUAL STAGE REVUE

RUSSIAN REVELS
Sixteen talented Russian Entertainers, a native orchestra playing
wild gypsy dances - singers, dancers, featuring Mignon in the
"GOLD DANCE." (at 3:50 - 7:30 - 9:30)
AInd on the Screen
Edith Warton's world-loved novel, the story of a rebel heart
in a world of sham - America's Age of Innocence.
I RENE DUNNE JOHN BOLES

lSc to6--25c after 6
W H ITNEY
Daily 1:30 - 11 P.M.
- Now
MUSIC-COMEDY
"Romance
in heRain"~
Starring
ROGER PRYOR
ESTHER RALSTON
HEATHER ANGEL
VICTOR MOORE
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