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PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURI

DAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1934

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notie Vt all members of the
University. Copy received at the ofilee of the As;stant to tflt: President
until 3:30; 11:30 a.m. Saturday.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1924 Michigan Danies: The Study Group
VOL. XLV No. 53 will meet Monday, Nov. 26, at 8:001
p.m. at the League. 'All members aref
Notices mivited. I
Graduate School Students:
Students enrolled in the Graduatem Genesee Club will meet Sunday at
School will not be permitted to drop 4:30 p.m, in the Union. It is impor-
courses after Wednesday, Nov. 28. tant that all members of the club
A course is not officially dropped until be present at this meeting. There
it is reported in the office of the Grad- will be a speaker to lead a discussion
uate School, 1014 Angell Hall. on a topic of interest to everyone.
Students who have changed their
elections since submitting election M-ass .'higan Club: The're will;
cards should call this week at the of- be a meeting of all students from
fice of the Graduate School. This Mas achusetts who are desirous of
involves the dropping and adding of going home together for the Christ-
courses, the substitution of one course mas vacation, at the Le: gue Sunday
for another, as well as the change of afternoon at 3:30.

To Eat Turkey With The President

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PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES
Call the Kempf Music Studios for
artistic piano tuning. Terms rea-
sonable. Phone 6328. lx
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brown spots. Answers to name of
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reward. Phone 4036.
NOTICE
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instructors.
G. Carl Huber, Dean Methodist Episcopal Church:4
Sunday, 9:45 a.m. - Sunday School}
Any women with an A or B average Class for youth of college age. Dr. Roy
in English, who are interested in try- Burroughs leads the informal group
ing out for Black Quill, please com- discussions on Christian ideals. All <
municate with Marian Wiggin or Har- those interested are reminded to meet
iet Greenwood -Phone 23281. in the balcony of the church auditor-
ium at this tine.
Academic Notices 10:45 a.m. - Morning Worship
Poli"tical Science 51 (Calderwood), Service. Appreciation," is the sub-
Pr65 and 1.7: Make-up examination, ect chosen by Dr. 3rashares for this.
65andy 10: Make-up examination, week's sermon. This is a continua-
Saturday, Nov. 24, 10:00 a.m., Room tion of a series entitled, "What We
2029 A.H. Want. LitQ. six-year 0d Mary Grim
Stalker Hall for Methodist Stu- Mary Elizabeth Runkle of San Dieg
Lecture dents and Their Friends Of College Roosevelt when he eats Thanksgivi
bAge.girls are patients at the Warm Sp
"The Story of Or Flight" wl be table were decided by lot.
the subject of a lecture by Prof. Sunday, 4:00 p.m.-The World
and Mrs. Jean Piccard on Monday, Friendship Circle will meet. Thel
Nov. 26, at 8:15 p.m., Hill Auditorium, group is especially anxious for foreign Youth Seeking?" Open remarks by
Tickets for the program, which is as well as American friends to be Dr. L. J. Carr.S
sponsored by the Student Christian present to tell of the scenic beauties This meeting is timely in that it
Association, may be had at Lane Hall, of their lands. Robert Johnson and , precedes the Olders Boys Conference
Wahr's, the Union, dormitory desks, Robert Sanford are in charge of the in Lansing and Youth Congress in
tables in Angell Hall Friday and meeting. Ann Arbor. All those expecting to
Monday, and from students on the 6:00 p.m. -Wesleyan Guild Wor- participate in any of these youth1
Campus. Main floor seats are 35 ship Service: "What Religion Might movements are invited to come.
cents and all others are 25 cents. Do At Michigan," is the topic chosen

-Associated Press Photo
ley (left) of Moorestown, N.J., and
go, Texas, will sit next to President
ng turkey at Warm Springs, Ga. Both
rings foundation. Their positions at

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Coming Events
Romance Languages Journal Club
meeting will be held Tuesday, Nov. 27,
at 4:10 in Room 108 R.L. Professor
Talamon will speak on "Une Source
inattendue de Rostand," and Dr. Mer-
lino will discuss "Some Recent Li-
brary Asquisitions." Graduate stu-
dents and others are cordially in-
vited.
Athena: Last general tryout for
Athena, honorary literary and foren-
sic sorority, will be held Monday, Nov.
26, from 8 to 9 p.m. in the Athena
room on the fourth floor of Angell
Hall. Eachecontestant is to present
a three-minute speech or reading,
preferably original. Activity points
are given for participation in the sor-
ority. All old members are urged to
be present Monday.
Students Concentrating in Sociolo-
gy are invited to attend a tea spon-
sored by Alpha Kappa Delta and the
Sociology Department Sunday, Nov.
25, from 4 to 6 o'clock at the League.
Please consult the League Bulletin
Board for the room.
Outing for Graduate Students:
The Graduate Outing Club is spon-
sorinkg a trip- to the Botanical Gard-
ens Sunday afternoon to see the
chrysanthem'ums and the cacti. Al-
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.
Deutscher Zirkel: On Wednesday,
Nov. 28, Otto Bendheim of the School
of Medicine will speak under the aus-
pices of the German Circle on a sub-
ject which should be highly interest-
ing to every medical student. Mr.
Bendheim who came from Germany
only recently will attempt to draw a
comparison between German and
American methods of the study of
medicine. The lecture will be given
in German. All members and those
who are interested are invited to
come.
Junior Education Class: Important
meeting Monday, 4:15 p.m., Room
2436 U.E.S. Every member is re-
quested to attend.

by the guest speaker, Dr. E. W. Blake- Congregational Church:
man. After the meeting there will 10:30-12:00 - Service of Worship
be a socialrhour at which time re- and Religious Education. Mr. Heaps
freshments will be served, will speak on "Selling the Birthright."
Prof. Preston Slosson will give the
Harris Hall: lecture of the series, "The Evolution
This evening from 8:30 to 12 there of Religion." His subject will be "The
will be a "hard-times" party at the Christian Biographies-the Gospels."
Hall. Admission 20 cents per person. 6:00 p.m.- Student Fellowship
Dancing, bridge, and ping pong, all supper to be followed by an address
students are cordially invited. by President Ruthven. Special music
Sunday evening at Harris Hall at by the Symphony Orchestra.
seven o'clock the Right Rev. Herman
Page, D.D., will lead a discussion on Unitarian Church: Sunday evening
'Marriage and Divorce." Bishop Thanksgiving Family service with
Page will discuss particularly the buffet supper at 6 o'clock. Students
Episcopal Church's point of view on invited.
the subject. All students are cor- 7:30 p.m. -Liberal Students' Un-
dially invited. ion. Regular discussion followed byI
a dance demonstration led by Miss
Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church: Peaseley of the Physical Education
Services of worship Sunday are: 8:00 Dept.
a.m. Holy Communion; 9:30 a.m.
Church School; 11:00 a.m. Kindergar- First Baptist Church and Roger
ten; 11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer and Williams Guild: Sunday, 10:45, Mr.
Sermon by the Rev. Henry Lewis; Sayles, minister begins a series of
7:30 p.m. Choral Evensong and Ad- sermons on the Gospel of St. John;
dress by the Rev. William D. Orr. "An Introduction." At Noon students
will meet for class at Guild House,
DI C h 503 E. Huron. At 6:00 p.m. a panel
Disciples Guild (Church of Christ) discussion will be held on the volume
Appointments - Sunday:y reviewed last Sunday evening, "A
10:45 a. m. - Morning Worship riewed latfSunday ee s "A
Service with sermon, "Remember All Christian Manifesto." Members of
the Way," by Rev. Fred Cowin. the panel will be Dr. Alden Squires,
12:00 a.m. - Upper Room Bible Miss Marjorie Knopf, Stuart Chani-
Class taught by student-pastor, Rev. berlain, Fred Cox. Mr. Chapman will
Pickerill. be chairman of the panel. A plate
5:30 p.m.-Social and tea in the supper with social hour will follow
church parlor. program.
6:30 p.m.-Discussion meeting with
Coral Fitch leading the theme, "Men tivesAlpa Epsilon Mu: Pledges and ac-
and! Machinery." ie please note: Initiation Sunday
7:30 p.m.-At the evening wor- at 6 p.m., Room 302, .the Union.
ship service Rev. Allison Hepes, pas- Pledges are asked to be present
tar of the Congregational Church in promptly at 6 and actives are re-
Ann Arbor will portray by colored quested to come at 5:45 if possible.
slides and lecture the story of the Pledges' initiation fees will be re-
Pilgrim Fathers under the theme, ceived at this time. The initiation'
"The First Thanksgiving Day." will be followed by an informal sup-
All students are cordially invited per and get-together, with a "sing"
to attend all of these services. led by Prof. David Mattern, direc-
tor of the Varsity Glee Club and a
member of the chapter.
Presbyterian Student Appoint-
ments - Sunday: HOUSE PLANS ON DISPLAY
9:30 a. m. - Morning Classes at the Plans for small homes and inex-
Church House. pensive housing projects are on dis-
10:45 a.m. -Morning Worship. play in the first floor corridor of the
"Second Thoughts About God." Dr. College of Architecture. The sketches
William P. Lemon. I are representative of constructions in
4:30 p.m. - Reception for Dr. and the United States, England, France
Mrs. Lemon at the Church. and Germany, and include plans of
6:30 p.m. - Vesper Service. Panel low-cost housing units built by the
discussion of the subject, "What Is latter two governments.

Pccards W
Judes Receive Be Introduced
News Of Youth B Prof. Hobbs,
yDelinquencies'Motion Pictures Will Be
Used To Supplement rThe
Remedial Suggestions By Lecture
Edmonson Are Included
In News Letter (Continued from Page 1)j
information will prove of infinite
Ivalue to scientists everywhere.
Presenting information on juvenile Professor Piccard stated that at
behavior problems, the November Is-!one point in the flight the couple.
sue of the Delinquency News Letter is was tempted to try for the altitude
being mailed to over 3,300 judges of i record. However, the atmosphere
the State Juvenile Court and to var- immediately below the balloon was
ious county agencies throughout the very foggy, and that made it impos-
t sible tq determine either the speed
State. I of the balloon or the exact location.
The pamphlet is issued monthly by Under these hazardous conditions the

STARTS RESEARCH
Horace Miner, a graduate student
of the University of Chicago, began
several days research work yesterday
at the University Museums.
He is working at the Anthropology
Museum on the textile pattern im-
pressions left on pottery of the pre-
Columbus period found in the Ohio
and Mississippi valleys.
j MACHADIST'S HOME BOMBED
SANTA CLARA, Cuba, Nov. 23. -
A large bomb did heavy damage today
to the home of Arturo Aleman, liberal
representative, and to neighboring
houses. It was believed part of a
countrywide program to terrorize ad-
herents of former President Gerardo
Machado.

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the Michigan Juvenile Delinquency,
Information Service of the University
and is distributed through the co-
operation of the State Department[
of Public Instruction. Prof. L. J. Carr
of the sociology department is editor
of the News Letter.
Included in the current issue are
statistical facts on juvenile delin-
quency as prepared by the juvenile
courts of the state and information
on efforts to prevent or treat de-
linquency.
One of the features of the pamphlet
is a list of 28 suggestions to localI
communities on possibilities of em-
ployment, instruction, and recreation
for young people from the ages of 16
to 21, prepared by Dean James B.
Edmonson of the School of Educa-
tion and member of a national com-
mittee to'stimulate interest of local
cities in the problems of unemployed
youth.
Another article is written by Major'
Robert E. Marsh, superintendent of
the Boy's Vocational School, at Lan-
sing, and explains the work of this
institution, together with a discussion
of the co-operation of county agents
in solving the youth problem.

attempt might have resulted in dis-
aster.
The flight came to end end near
! Cadiz, 0., and despite the fact that
the bag of the balloon was very badly
torn, the gondola and all the valuable
instruments were undamaged. Not
even a delicate mercurical barometer
was broken.
Professor Piccard is the brother of
Auguste Piccard, noted a Belgian
scientist wkio made one of the first
flights into the stratosphere and who
has written several books on sub-I
jects of scientific interest.
The proceeds of the lecture will go
to the student budget of the S.C.A.
This will be the third of a series of
lectures sponsored by that organiza-
tion, although the Piccard lecture will
be the first from which the S.C.A.
will receive any profit.
Tickets are priced at 25 cents for
the balconies and 35 cents for the
main floor. It is possible to buy
tickets at the following places: Lane
Hall, Union, lobby of Angell Hall,
Wahr's Book Store, and the dormi-
tories.

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