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Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
University. Copy receivedat the office of the Assistant to the President
until 3:30; 11:30 a.m. Saturday.




VOL. XLV No. 52t
Faculty Meeting, College Litera-
ture Science & Arts
The Second Special Adjourned
NW S Faculty Meeting will be held in Room
1025 Angell Hall, Monday, Nov. 26, 1
beginning at 4:10 p.m. The consid-
eration of the Special Order on En-
ickes Orders Re-Study trance Requirements will be contin-
ued at that time.
Of Louisiana Projects This Special Order has been under
WASHINGTON, Nov. 22. - (A') consideration now for three faculty'
ASeetaryNofth Inor H ) meetings, and the attendance of the,
Secretary of the Interior Harold L.{ faculty has increased at each meeting
Ickes today ordered a re-study of all (about 150 May 15, 214 Nov. 5, and
public works projects in Louisiana to 219 Nov. 19). Because of the impor-
take into consideration debt mora- tance of this subject, the Dean de-
torium and other legislation recently sires an even larger attendance next
enacted by the Louisiana legislature Monday.
under the guidance of Senator Huey D. L. Rich Secretary
He announced that no further PWA U '
funds would be loaned to finance ad- Unversity Broadcasting: y -
ditional non-Federal projects in the :00-9:15 a.m.-Laboratory Pro-
State pending completion of the in- gram for University Speech Class..
Program prepared and presented by
students, concerning extra-curricular
Airs Vaderblt illDramatics.
rs. Vanderbilt Will D2:00-2:30 p.m. - "Take Care Of
Appeal Recent Verdict Your Eyes," Dr. Emory W. Sink, As-
sistant Professor of Hygiene and
NEW YORK, Nov. 22 --())- Mrs. Public Health, and Ophthalmologist
Gloria Morgan Vanderbilt declared in the Health Service.
tonight she would "appeal to every
court in the United States and to the Graduate School Students:
highest court" in order to win back Students enrolled in the Graduate
the custody of her daughter, Gloria, School will not be permitted to drop
ten-year-old heiress, from her sister- courses after Wednesday, Nov. 28.
in-law, Mrs. Harry Paine Whitney. A course is not officially dropped until
"This case may leave me penniless," it is reported in the office of the Grad-
she asserted. "Mrs. Whitney may uate School, 1014 Angell Hall.
try to have my allowance cut down Students who have changed their
to nothing, but if need be I will go elections since submitting election
out and work at anything I can find cards should call this week at the of-
to get back my child. fice of the Graduate School. This
"Mrs. Whitney is one of the rich- involves the dropping and adding of
est women in the world, but I shall courses, the substitution of one course
gladly spend all I have to hold my for another, as well as the change of
little girl safely in my arms again instructors.
and to vindicate the name that Mrs., G. Carl Huber, Dean
Alice G. Vanderbilt was so justly
proud of and that Mrs. Whitney by Students are reminded that Fri-
her false accusations has be- day, Nov. 23, is the last day to return
simirched." registration blanks without charge.
Beginning Saturday, Nov. 24, a late
Alunicipal Credit Banks registration fee of $1.00 will be
charged for all blanks taken out or
Urged By Mayors' Group returned completed. All students who
Cv-have taken out blanks but have de-
CHICAGO, Nov. 22 -iP- Creation sided not to register will please re-
of municipal credit banks was sug- turn the forms to the office imme-
gested to the mayors of 95 big cities diately.
today as a practical means of solving I
financial difficulties. Students, College of Literature,
- Science, and the Arts: Except under
sAre extraordinary circumstances, courses
rograins rdropped after Wednesday, Nov. 28,
will be recorded with a grade of E.
l mitar For
Academic Notices
M ost Churches Anthropology 13 will not meet
ChurhesFriday, Nov. 23.
Each Denomination Also'(English 293: The examination given
last Saturday in English 293 will be
Maintains Guild F o r discussed today at 3 o'clock in 2235
StudentsA.H. W. . ie

day afternoon, Nov. 25, in Hill Audi -i
torium, at 4:15 o'clock, to which the AT THE WHITNEY
general public, with the exception Plus "SUCCESSFUL FAILURE"
of small children, is invited without
admission charge: and "TOMORROW's YOUTH"
Symphony No. 5 in C Monogram. Pictures, the former under
Minor...............Beethoven the direction of Arthur Lubin and
--starring William Collier, Sr., and Lu-
Allegro con brio eille Gleason, and the latter directed by
Andante con moto Charles Lamont withaDickie Moore.
Allegro John Miijan. and Martha Sleeper.
Finale; Allegro The mid-week double feature bill
Tone Poem, "Bethlehem" at the Whitney which opened vester-
(Mss) ................... Tuthill day, is the usual thing in shows that
(First performance in Ann Arbor) offer two main pictures. One of them,
Concerto No. 1 in E minor for in this case "Successful Failure," is'
Pianoforte and Orchestra.. Chopin really a pretty fair show, while the
Allegro maestoso other, "Tomorrov's Youth," is little
Romanze better than nothing, and would far
Rondo better be replaced by some good short

A Pandro S. Berman production
taken from the novel of the same name
by Charles Morgan, starring Ann
Harding, featuring Brian Aherne, Paul
Lukas, and Jean Hersholt. Directed by
John Cromwell.
Those who enjoyed "The Fountain"
as a novel will undoubtedly be dis-
appointed in the moving picture in-
terpretation, primarily because the
book is not suitable for dramatiza-
tion in that so many of its fine qual-
ities cannot be projected into screen,
characterization or into plot situa-!
tions which convey the full meaning
which the author intended.

Place advertisements with Classified
Advertising Department. Phone 2-1214.
The classified columns close at five
o'clock previous to day of insertion.
Box numbers may be secured at no
extra charge.
Cash in advance-11c per reading line
(on basis of five average words to
line) for one or two insertions.
10c per reading line for three or
more insertions.
Minimum 3 lines per insertion.
Telephone rate - 15c per reading line
foxc one or two insertions.
14c per reading line for three or
more insertions.
10% discount if paid within ten days
from the date of last insertion.
Mdintium three lines per insertion.
By contract, per line -2 lines daily, one
month .. ..... .........8c
4 lines E.O.D., 2 months ........3c
2 lines daily, college year........7c
4 lines E.O.D., college year7........7c
100 lines used as desired..........9c
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1,000 lines used as desired........7c
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The above rates are per reading line,
based on eight reading lines per inch.
Ionic type, upper and lower case. Add
6c per line to above rates for all capital
letters. Add 6c per line to above forI
bold face, upper and lower case. Add 10c
per line to above rates for bold face
capital letters.
The above rates are for 71% point
PERSONAL laundry service. We take
individual interest in the laundry
problems of our customers. Girls'
silks, wools, and fine fabrics guar-
anteed. Men's shirts our specialty.
Call for and deliver. Phone 5594
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Stanley Fletcher subjects. What has been done with it shows
"Successful Failure" is a good this fact; there are several missingI
Lecture enough story of today's family life, links in the psychological development!
'with its trials and tribulations. The of the characters, and the reflective
The Story e Olur ebPigh of w l be father, a seeming failure in the news- and introspective moodishness, which
the ars.subject of a letu b y ,.paper world, finds himself in the radio is so much a part of the book, is not
and Mrs. Jean Piccard on Monday, field as a homely philosopher, under permitted to come forth in the fullness
Nov. 26, at 8:15 p.m., Hill Auditorium, the direction of the young man of the and richness that it should. Never-
Tickets for the program, which is story, who is the latter's son-in-law. theless, there are some beautiful epi-
sponsored by the Student Christian The show is given the above rating sodes in the picture that are realistic,
Association, may be had at Lane Hall, only because the acting is obviously intense, and which offer some unus- 4
Wahr's, the Union, dormitory desks, weak in numerous places. ually good moments-of the type.
tables in Angell Hall Friday and Enough has been said about "To- seldom found in any moving picture.I
Monday, and from students on the morrow's Youth." It is the usual row In comparison to the ordinary pic-
Campus. Main floor seats are 35 between husband and wife, with all j ture, "The Fountain" is superior in
cents and all others are 25 cents. coming out fine in the end. Dickie many respects. Being of the war pe-
Moore is the star, and we can never riod its story deals with a young
Events Today get the idea out of our minds that he British girl married to a German offi-
Ann Arbor Theosophical Society is doing anything but reciting lines. cer whom she does not love. She lives
regular meeting at 8:00 p.m., Mich- The newsreel is especially good, in Holland, in a baronial castle to
igan League. Those interested are despite Graham McNamee who gets which comes her former English
welcome. mixed up reading football notes from sweetheart. They realize that they
we___me__a prepared script. There are some are still in love and that they are so
Union Opera: There will be a meet- excellent shots of the opening game much of a kind that they are danger-
ing f th Unin Oera ubliityof the pro hockey season between the ously close to each other. Her hus-
committee at 4:15 p.m. at Ope Rangers and the Maple Leafs, and also band is brought home from the war
headquarters in the Union. some plays of the Navy-Notre Dame hopelessly wounded and very much in
aresnh Ugame. -C.A.E. need of her love. From this situation,
Presbyterian Students and their the story develops into a complex
friends are cordially invited toeSr aAL problem which has been considered
dance at the Presbyterian Churchner Crma times before in pictures, but
House this evening from 9 till 12. never with the profundity and com-
A special program has been planned e Al npleteess which "The Fountain" ex-
with the "Hillbillies" as the main at- Ann Harding fans will delight in
traction. A charge of 10 cents per Afrds it is the type of vehicle to
studient wl bloletdattedorleeting 'odav it, for i stetp fvhcet
smentswill be collected at the door. g Owhich she does justice, and which does
Refreshments will be served at 11. I _justice to her. However, her charac-
Liberal Students' Union: A dance Coller And Staff Plan To terizations rely much on her natural
andsocralstoes'lUn ongAtdatC e Ataself, and her frankness, her tragic
and social is to be held toight at Conduct Demonstrative bravery, and her dramatic voice and
the Unitarian Church at 9 o'clock. ,diction. These are all exploited at
Fifty cents per couple. Everyone Clinics Here their best, and the result, in this case,
welcome. is a successful one. The supporting
Dr. Frederick A. Coller, director of cast, with the exception of Brian
Coming Events the department of surgery, Univer- Aherne is excellent. Paul Lukas again
Outdoor Club: The outdoor club sity Hospital, will be host today and proves that he can master more than
riding class will meet Saturday eve- tomorrow to the members of the one sort of role, and Jean Hersholt
ning at 7:15 for a riding lesson. All Visiting Surgeons Club at a combined furthers his reputation as one of the
students interested in learning to ride operative and clinical meeting in the best character actors in Hollywood.
horses are welcome to attend. Make Hospital. Aherne falls flat in several spots and
reservations by calling Richard Gerk- This morning, beginning at 8:30, his portrayal is partially lowered
ensmeyer,2-1517 anytime before Dr. Coller and his staff at the hos- to one in which the matinee appeal,
noon on Saturday. pital will conduct an operative clinic. so called, overshadows the finer as-
Lunch will be served in the University pects of the characterization.
Outing for Graduate Students: afternn journal club room. In the The direction is good, the scenes
Tingo Graduate St udes pns afternoon there will be a series of beautiful, and the dialogue nicely
The Graduate Outing Club is spon- clinical lectures and demonstrations planned. But, although the attempt
soring a trip to the Botanical Gard- given by members of the medical is a worthy one, the results are in-
ens Sunday afternoon to see the school faculty and Simpson Memorial adequate to justify unlimited critical
chrysanthemums and the cacti. Al- Institute. An informal dinner will be praise. -C.B.C.

STUDENT Hand Laundry. Prices rea-
sonable. Free delivery. Phone 3006
NASH-Custoi Tailored clothes.
Measured by C. Krug, expert tailor.
Office 214 E. Washington. Phone
2-1910 for appointment. 6x
LOST: Dog, part Spaniel, white with
brown spots. Answers to name of
Lady. Name on harness. Liberal
reward. Phone 4036.
FINANCE CO. offers bargains in re-
possessed 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
E flat Alto saxophone in excellent
condition. Inquire 508 Hill St. Phone
suits. Will pay 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 dol-
lars. Phone Ann Arbor 4306. Chi-
cago Buyers. Temporary office, 200
North Main. 7x
WATWD: Girl student or student
and wife to work in exchange for
room and board. Reply Box A-18.


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Careful work at low price.


Governor Hayden Said To Need
36iHour Day For Present Job
(Continued from Page 1) tributing to making the Murphy ad-
Board and supervises the examining ministration "the best administration
boards which admit members to, or
drop them from, the professions of the Islands ever had, bar none!" as
medicine, dentistry and nursing. . one old-time resident enthusiastically
The Public Health Service, par- told me.
ticularly, is an extremely important
function in what are generally classed
as "tropical" countries, and that is Reasonable and Experienced
where the Philippines are located.
Malaria~ dysentary, dengue fever,
diphtheria, typhoid fever and cholera J-rnh pnsLtn ah
must be guarded against continually, Physics, & Engineering Subjts
and the proper precautionary meas- John Popplestone, A.M. (Harvard)
ures taken at all times, whether or Richard Burgis, B.S. (Yale)
not an epidemic threatens. T E I E P H ON E 7450
The Filipinos seem to have in- Between 9 and 5:30
herited a love for politics and politi- -
cal intrigue from their Latin con-
querors, and hardly a day goes by
but what this characteristic crops out
in the form of a violent dispute which,
in his departments, must be settled
by the Vice-Governor. If a group of
politicians are out to "get" the head
of one of the many government W %,J vWn n
schools or hospitals, it falls upon
Governor Hayden to settle the argu-
ment equitably. I gathered, from 0 GINGER ALE
the cases I heard mentioned, that
his is a position where one cannot 0 L I ME R I CKEY
help but make many political ene-
mies. 0*CLUB SODA
So the battle over the oeneficial, or
otherwise, results of "brain trusters" For Best Mixing Results.
may continue, but Michigan may rest
assured that her representative is con-
721 Brooks St. Phone 4766


Anthropology 31 will meet for mid-
semester examination today.
University Symphony Orchestra
The following program will be giv-
en by the University Symphony Or-
chestra, Earl V. Moore, Conductor,
Stanley Fletcher, piano soloist, Sun-
sity; to inform them about the loca-
tion and services of the churches;
to induce them to enroll in Bible and
mission classes; to introduce them to
each other and to members of the
churches, and endeavor to make them
feel at home; to provide for their
social life by encouraging social func-
tions for the students in the churches
and in homes; to teach classes in
Bible and mission studies; to estab-
lish close personal relations with
them so that they will regard him
as their pastor and friend; to help
them in their intellectual difficulties
and religious experiences; to minister
to them in sickness; to stimulate them
to their best endeavor in their uni-
versity work; to advise them, when
undecided, relative to vocations; to
bring to them the claims of Christ
in their lives; to keep them in intelli-
gent touch with the work and enter-5
prises of the denomination; to culti-
vate in them a spirit of service, and
to stimulate them to use their native
and acquired ability in useful ways for
the world's betterment; to discover
in them capacity for the work of the
ministry and of missions, and find
recruits for these vocations; toy co-
operate with other Christian agencies
and forces in creating a better re-
ligious environment in the Univer-

fred Whiting will lead the group out
to the Gardens, where Miss Clover
of the Botany Department will serve
as guide. Anyone who is interested
is invited to attend. Meet in the
lobby of Lane Hall at 3:00 p.m.
Mass.-Michigan Club: There will
be a meeting of all students from
Massachusetts who are desirous of
going home together for the Christ-
mas vacation, at the League Sunday
afternoon at 3:30.
Sea Scouts, Eagle Scouts: E. W.
Blakeman, Counselor to Students, is
scheduled to speak about Scouting
and Michigan. Officers are to be
elected. Newcomers and old mem-
bers are cordially invited to meet in
Room 304, Michigan Union, Tuesday,
Nov. 27, at 7:45 p.m.
Lutheran Student Club will meet
Sunday at 5:30 o'clock in the parish
hall of the Zion Lutheran Church,
309 Washington St. The students
will provide their own entertainment
this week.
All students on campus are invited.
Harris Hall: There will be a "hard-
times" party at the Hall- Saturday
evening, Nov. 24, from 8:30 to 12.
Admission 20 cents per person. There
will be dancing, bridge, and ping
pong. All students are cordially in-
Tomorrow Night-
Men 40c Ladies 25c

served at 7 p.m. in the League.
Tomorrow, beginning at 8:30 a.m.,E
Dr. Coller will conduct another oper-
ative clinic. At 10 a.m. there will be
a second series of lectures and dem-
onstrations. The members of the club
plan to attend the Northwestern
game tomorrow afternoon.
Three papers will be given during
the lectures this afternoon. Dr. Max
Peet of the medical school will discuss
a new treatment for high blood pres-
sure which he has developed. Operat-
ing to remove the whole of the bladder
will be discussed by Dr. Reed M.
Nesbit, associate professor of surgery.
One of the few successful operations
dealing with the removal of the entire
lung will be described by Dr. Cameron
Haight, assistant professor of surgery.
Demonstration of tissue culture will
be given tomorrow morning in the
Pathology Amphitheatre by Dr. Her-
mann K. Pinkus. There is only one
other place in the United States where
tissue culture is carried on on a large
scale, Johns Hopkins.
The Visiting Surgeons Club is made
up of 12 of the most prominent
surgeons in the country. It meets an-
nually at the clinic of one of its mem-
bers for combined operative and clin-
ical meetings. Each member is entitled
to bring a guest to the meetings and
24 persons are expected tomorrow.

The Freshmen Rendezvous Club will
meet at 7 p.m. Monday night in room
205 Mason Hall. Dr. T. Luther Fur-
dom, director of the bureau of occu-
pational information will speak.


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week Day Nights, after 6 - 25c
Week Day Matirees till 6 -15c
Sundays - AlI Day - 25c
Today and Saturday
Our Gang Comedy
"Caretaker's Daughter"
Pete Smith Oddity
Popeye Cartoon

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wear. Let us dye or resole
them. Save the price of a
new pair.
We do it reasonably.
Quality Shoe Repair
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Two Fine First-Run Features
The world called her a Lost Lady
but her story has become the
Love Idyll of todaiy.
Showing at 2:00 - 4:27 - 7:13 - 9:40
-and also
Gayety and Young Love in a
(Showing at 3:14 - 8:14)


Today andM ICHLIGA l Matinees 30c
Tomorrow Evenings 40c

l5c to 6- 25c after 6
Daily 1:3 0 - 11 P.M.
Last Day
Wm. Collier Sr.
John Mil jan
1 omnorrow
Nathaniel Hawthorne's





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