THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1934
at 5:45 p.m. and go in a body to the?
Presbyterian Church house where
they will be the guests of the Presby-
ReflectionsiChureb at kes
Lutheran Student Club: Weekly I TE1 1TE
meeting at the parish hall of the Zion AT TE HOMANCE IN Service Chanae
Lutheran Church on Washington St. - R A
at 5:30 p.m.. The supper and social j THE RAIN"-
half hour will be followed by a talk If you would like to know what a Will Have Various Outside
by Dr. Orus Yoder, of the Ypsilanti modern version of Cinderella, step-
State Hospital. Dr. Yoder is one of mother and sisters icluded, is like, peaogram
the leading authorities in his field. and what happens to her when the Of Lectures
fairy tin the form of an advertising
Unitarian Church; Five O'clock Ike- stunt) waves her wand, and what sort (Continued from Page 1)
votional Service: Tobacco Road -- of a prince charming she hooks, and ohp
a discussion of the Kirkland play of how she does it, don't miss "Romance of the church, n Mrs. Tinker s opin-
Rural Georgia by Rev. H. P. Marley. in the Rain." If you are looking for ion, is the sponsoring of a weekl
Liberal Students' Union meeting at an exceptionally good movie, however, class in which young people are taught
Youth,"excrptionallbygProf.oRie, fondvitin thi.eSundyinqLae Hlleadndevi ons.
7:30. "The Most Important Problem don't be disappointed if you don't the technique of leading devotions.
for Youth," presented by Prof. Ral- This class meets at 9:15 a.m. every
findit n tis.Sunday in Lane Hall, and is con- I
eigh Schorling of the Educational "Romance in the Rain" has Heather ducted by Dr. Blakeman.
School. Angel in it. That is about the bestd
tdt ru Wri dathing that can be said for it. She is Another feature of the church's ed-j
Student Pursuing Work in Eduea-Icharming, nice to watch, and has a ucational and social program is the
tion: The members of the Faculty of delightful accent. Roger Pryor does custom of Sunday night Student Fel-
the School of Education, assisted by not add much to the picture, but his lowship meetings. Each week this
their wives, will hold a reception for performance is passable, group, numbering from 60 to 75, meets
students pursuing work in Education, The picture itself sticks quite close at the church for supper and either
from 3:30 to 5:30 o'clock. This re- to the original Cinderella story, and a talk by an outside speaker or a
ception will take place in the librar- has the necessary modern touches musical program.
ies of the University Elementary of sophistication added along with a Speakers for these Sunday night
School Building. All graduate and few additional episodes which bring meetings are selected for their ability
undergraduate students pursuing in a slight touch of love psychology; to present some subject which will
courses in Education are cordially in- but the result is a mixture of a lot contribute in some way to the religious
vited, irrespective of the school or col- of things that render it incongruous outlook of the students at this and
lege in which they may be enrolled. and ineIective. It is one of those pic- other church occasions. The musicalI
tures that is in between.several cate- program is given by the 18-piece Con-
Pi Tau Pi Sigma informal initia- ;gories. It misses the mark in all of gregational Symphony Orchestra,
tion will be held at North Lake to- them, but in spite of itself it will ap- under the direction of Thor Johnson,
day. The truck will leave the R.O. peal to the type of audience which Grad.SM.
T.C. garage at 1:30 p.m. For fur- is not too demanding. These programs are so arrangedl
ther details see bulletin outside the The Whitney is featuring a color as to constitute an informal intro-,
Signal Corps office. cartoon comedy which in every re- duction to musical literature. Mrs. I
spect imitates Walt Disney's creations Tinker estimates that more than 400
Varsity Glee Club: Concert at 2:00 -not very well;, and a comedy the students attend these Sunday night
p.m. at Jordan Hall. Also, wear full setting of which is the late World's meetings at one time or another
dress Monday night for the Cossack Fair in Chicago. It is slightly like a during the year.
reception. Ribbons to be given out news reel with a touch of plot in it, The practice of holding monthly'
Sunday at concert. Monday recep- but the only attribute it can be student open-forum sessions on cur-
tion at 10:30. said to have is that it will recall the rent topics of interest, which has been
fair to those who saw it, giving a temporarily discontinued, is to be,
Outing for Graduate Students: The rather good cross section of the gen- resumed in December.
Graduate Outing Club is sponsoring eral effect the fair had on most weary The social program of the church
a trip to the Boy Scout cabin at Scio sightseers. -C.B.C. 'includes picnics, hikes, monthly
this afternoon. Supper and par- parties, and occasional trips to par-
tial transportation will be provided at AT THE MAJESTIC - ticular points of interest. A party,
a cost of 35 or 30 cents. Meet in the - "CLEOPATRA" i held especially in honor of foreign1
lobby of Lane Hall by 3:00 Sunday students on the campus and usually
afternoon. Edward Marceau will be The show at the Majestic for the attended by nearly 150 such students,
leader on the trip; for further in- beginning of the current week is is an annual winter affair.
formation call Mr. or Mrs. Whitaker, Adolph Zukor's famous bit of history,_ _ __
r"TunnVLI a..z.}iTp chwis0fin in it
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NASHUA, N. H., Nov. 17. - (P) -
James Roosevelt, eldest son of the
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District Court today for speeding.
5745. All graduate students welcome.
Scalp and Blade will hold its for-
mal initiation at 4:30 o'clock, at the
Hillel Foundation: 11:15, Services
at the League Chapel. Rabbi Heller
will deliver the sermon on, "Is Com-
munism the Cure for Anti-semetism."
2:30, Class in Jewish Ethics led by
Chemistry Faculty: There will be
a meeting of the faculty on Tuesday,
Nov. 20, 4:15 p.m.
. Research Club will meet in Room
2528 East Medical Building on Wed-
nesday, Nov. 21, at 8:00 p.m. The
following papers will be presented:
"Studies in Ancient Gems," by Pro-
fessor Campbell Bonner.
"An Experimental Attack on the
Species Problem," by Professor C. L.,
A meeting of the Council will be
held at 7:30 p.m.
Physics Colloquium: Professor E.
F. Barker will speak on "The Spec-
trum of Acetylene" at 4:15 p.m. Tues-
day, Room 1041, East Physics Bldg.
All interested are cordially invited to
Botanical Seminar meets Wednes-
day, Nov. 21, at 4:30, Room 1139, N.
S. Bldg. Paper by W. W. Tupper,
"The ray structure of rosaceous
Athena Literary Society invites any
wcman interested in membership to
try out Tuesday or Wednesday, from
8 to 9 p.m., in the Athena Room of
Angell Hall. A three-minute speech
or reading is required.
Luncheon for Graduate Students:
On Wednesday, Nov. 21, at 12 o'clock
in the Russian Tea Room of the
Michigan League Building. Cafeter-
Reasonable and Experienced
French, Spanish, Latin, Math,
Ph n ,i &' Ec.npineeriny Subicnts
historical presentation, with Claudette I All that it laeks in literary quality,
Colbert in the role of Egypt's famous however, it makes up with a lavish!
queen. display of motion picture production
The plot from Shakespeare's famous methods, that unrolls a series of spec-
play is all that the Bard of Avon ever tacular scenes.
made it, but the modern dialogue Students of history, and those of
comes far from that of the old master. Shakespeare can more than appre-
----- -- ciate the insight on history's famous
ia service. Dr. Carl Guthe, Director lovers. It's an old story that has been
of the Museum of Anthropology will y read into history for ages past, but
speak informally on "American In- yet one that is high in dramatic se-
dian History." quence. I
d_ Histy."The cast or the picture is well chos-I
Michigan Technic Staff meeting en with Claudette Colbert outstanding
Monday, Nov. 19, at 5 p.m. in Room in the title role. Leading a giant cast
3205 East Engineering Bldg. It is of sustaining characters are Warren
important that everyone attend As- William, as Caesar, Henry Wilcoxan
signments for December issue will be as Anthony, and Ian Keith, last year's
Dramatic Season star, as Octavian.
made. The picture is a lavish spectacle,
Freshman Engineering Fusion Par- and an interesting historical presenta-
ty Frshtmaeig dynigtfrmItion. If you can scrape up a few mo-
ty, short meeting, Monday night from ments between cramming for blue
7:30 till 8:00, Room 325. at the Union. met eweIrmigfrbu
; books take the show in by all means.
It's a good bit of entertainment.
Music Activities at the League: The -C.A.E.
following women and others inter- -
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MICHIGAN ALUMNI TRAVEL BUREAU
ALUMNI MEMORIAL HALL
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ested in the music activities of the
League, please meet at the League
Monday, Nov. 19, at 5 p.m.; Anne
F a r q u h a r, Rosanna Manchester,i
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-
Michigan Dames: General meet-'
ing will be held at the League Tues-
day evening, Nov. 20, starting at 8:15.
All members are urged to attend as
initiation of new members will take
Air-rides from $1.00 up
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furnish the best of training wheth-
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enjoyment or to operate commer-
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