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romantic story of early New England 5:30 p.m. -Social Hour and Sup-
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN whaling expeditions will be presented per.
I In Hill Auditorium on Thursday eve-3 3:30 p.m. - Deputation team leaves
I 1Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the ning, Dec. 6, at 8:30. The program from the Church House for Mason.
University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President is presented under the auspices of the 6:30 p.m. -Vesper Service. "My
until 3:30; 11:30 a.m. Saturday. Oratorical Association. The motion Experiences Abroad," Justin Cline.
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1934 School of Music, Monday between the ;pictures not only present an unusualc
FE4, ystcry of the sea but have been ac- Disciples of Christ (Church of
VOL. XLV No. 59 hours of 10 and 12 and 1 and 4. cepted by critics as an authoritative Christ) Guild:
Sa d t ll in reproduction of historic significance. 10:45 .a.m. - Morning Worship
Notices son and no tickets will be given out Tickets are available at Wahr's. IService and sermon by Rev. Cowin.
after 4 o'clock. Sevc n emnb e.Cwn
,. President and Mrs. Ruthven will 12:00 N -Upper Room Bible Class
be at home to membersof the facul- Students, College of Literature, Lowell Thomas Lecture: Reserva- taught by Rev. Pickerill.
ties, their friends, and other residents Sclence and the Arts: tion may now be made for the lecture 5:30 p.m. - Social hour and tea.
of Ann Arbor on Sunday, Dec. 2, from Students are instructed not to apply "Adventures on the Air and Around 6:30 p.m. - Discussion meeting
I to 6 o'clock. at any office for their ten weeks re- the World" which will be presented with Harold Welch leading the topic,
ports. Any student who is reported Dec. 13 in Hill Auditorium. Tickets "Significance of the Experiments in
President and Mrs. Ruthven will at the end of the tenth week as stand- are available at Wahr's. Russia, Italy and Germany."i
Russian Communist be at home to students and their ing D or E in any course will be sent 7:30 p.m. - Evening Worship Serv
Leader Assassinated friends on Wednesday, Dec. 5, from a written notice. . Michael Gold, well-known author ice and sermon.
4 to 6 o'clock. and critic, will lecture on "The Crisis All students and friends are invited
MOSCOW, Dec. 1-(A)-An assas- Pre-Medical Students: Monday, in Modern Literature," Sunday, Dec. to attend these appointments.
sin who the Soviet government as- Faculty, College of Engineering: Dec. 3, is the closing date jor registra- 2, at 8 o'clock, Natural Science Audi-
serted was "sent by enemies of the There will be a meeting of the tion for the Medical Aptitude Test toium, sponsored by National Stu- Congregational Church:}
workihg class" today shot and killed Faculty of this College on Monday, which will be given in Room 25, An- dent League. 10:30 to 12:00 - Unified service of
Sergei Mironovich Kiroff, revolution- Dec. 3, 4:15 p.m., Room 348, West gell Hall, from three to fice o'clock worship and religious education. Mr.
ist, for 36 of his 46 years a member Engineering Building. The special on Dec. 7 Full information can be CoHeaven,"la study of JTh' dream.
of the communist party's political order will be the consideration of the obtained at the Office of the Registrar, Heaven," a study of Jacob's dream
bureau. new University Entrance Require- Room 4, University Hall. A fee of Cheral Union Concert: Professor Preston Slosson will con-
The assassin, who slew Kiroff in ments. one dollar will be charged. This is Josef Szigeti, Violinist, with Nikita tinue the series on "The Evolution
the party committee headquarters at the one opportunity to take the Ap- de Magaloff, accompanist, will play of Religion." His subject will be "The
Leningrad, was captured by Soviet Faculty Meeting, College of Litera- titude Test during the year. the following program in the Fourth First Missionaries - The Apostles."
polce. Despite the questioning to ture, Science &rtArts:iRegistrar Ira M. Smith. Choral Uinion concert, Monday eve- The Congregational Student Fel-
whiad he was submitted he still had The regular December meeting willning, Dec. 3, in Hill Auditorium, at lowship --6:00 p.m., supper, followed
not been identified late tonight. be held in Room 1025 A.H., Monday Bowling: The bowling alleys at the 8:15 o'clock: by musical program under the di-
As one of the nine members of the afternoon, Dec. 3, beginning at 4:10. Women's Athletic Building will open Sonata in A.major, Op. 100 ..Brahms rection of Thor Johnson, Grad. An
political bureau which makes the de- It is expected that this meeting will Allegro amabile all-Beethoven program will be given.
cisions on policy unfailingly followed be a short one. schedule of hours - Daily, except Andante tranquillo - Vivace The program is open to the public.
by the government, Kiroff belonged Agenda: Saturday, 4-6 and 7-9 Saturday 3-5.-Andante
to what is generally regarded as the Report of Executive Committee- The alleys are reserved for women Allegretto grazioso (quasiandante) First Baptist Church and Roger
nost powerful body in the Soviet re- Bradshaw. every afternoon except Saturday. Sonata in G minor, for violin Williams Guild:
public. Report concerning University coun- Men accompanied by women may alone 1923).......Eugene Ysaye 10:45 a.m. - Sermon, "The First

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cil -Pillsbury.
Report concerning Deans' Confer-
ences -Kraus.
Faculty, School of Education: The
December meeting of the faculty of
the School of Education will be held
at the Michigan Union on Monday,
Dec. 3, at 12 noon.
Phi Beta Kappa: Next week the
local Chapter is to have the pleasure'
of entertaining Dr. W. A. Shimer,
Secretary of United Chapters. The
date cannot be fixed until we hear
more definitely in regard to Dr. Shim-
er's schedule of visits to other Chap-
ters in the neighborhood. If there
are any members of the Faculty who
would like to meet Dr. Shimer, the
Chapter will be glad to do all it can
to arrange such meetings if those in-
terested will send in their names at
once to the Secretary, 0. F. Butler,
3233 Angell Hall.
Josef Szigeti's Concert:
The attention of Choral Union con-
cert goers is respectfully called to the
follnwin :

bowl in the evening, and on Saturday (Dedirated to Mr. Szigeti) Witnesses," (Gospel of John series), not be held this Sunday. It will be I Needs of Today"; Rev. Ewar w.
afternoon. Fee for women students Grave-Un poco grazioso Rev. R. Edward Sayles. continued a week from Sunday at Blakeman will present "Christianity's
is 5 cents in the afternoons and 10 Finale Ton brio 12:00 N - Student class at Guild 2:30 p.m. Conribution to the Needs of Today";
cents in the evenings. Fe for all Conceito in D major, No. 4 . .MozartI House. Rev. Howard R. Chapman. Mr. Tarini P. Sinha, of India, a
others is 15 cents. (Cadenzas by Joachim) 6:00 p.m.-David Witheridge will Hindu, will speak on "Hinduism's
Allegro be the speaker. The usual supper.. Contribution to the Needs of Today";
University Broadcasting, Sunday, Andante cantabile and social hour follows the meeting. nal Service. Rev. H. P. Marley - and E. Norman Pearson will present
Dec. 2: Rondo andantino grazioso 7:30 p.m. - In church parlors, "The Humanist and Communist his Theosophical views on "Theoso-
1:30-2 :00 p.m. - "The Place of Nigun ("Baal Shem" Suite) .. .Bloch World Fellowship meeting. Miss Hide Manifestos." phy's Contribution to the Needs of
1:30-2:00ormpd'm. -erThe.Placel .ofTphys"CoTripbi tordthe y ne -o
Athletics in High School Life," Fred- Piece en Forme d'Habanera .. .Ravel Shohara, Ph. D., Instructor in Phon- 7:30 p.m.- Liberal Students' Un- Today." The public is cordially in-
erick W. East, head of the department Bagatelle in Roumanian etics, Department of Speech, will ion. "Folk Dancing and Community vited to hear these distinguished
of Physical Education for Boys, Uni- POp lar Style . r.. . . Sziget speak on "Education in Japan." Fred Recreation," Virginia Peaseley of the speakers on a sociological problem so
versity High School. (This is the Etude in Thirds . ...Serabin-Szigeti Cox, '35, will speak on "Waseda Hosh- Women's Department of Physical vital as this.
first talk in the series on Extracurric- Danse Russe . ien." Education. Followed by a dance coiIIIled on iage 6)
ular Activities in Junior and Senior ("Petrousehka") ........Stravinsky demonstration.

High Schools).
Monday, Dec. 3:
9:15-9:45 a.m.-A Class in the
Playing of Stringed Instruments. Dr.
Joseph E. Maddy.
2:00-2:30 p.m.-A Class in the
Playing of All Wind Instruments. Dr.
Joseph E. Maddy.
Academic Notices
English 31, Mr. Litzenberg's Sec-
tions: Make-up examination for the
mid-semester will be held Monday

Events Today

Harris Hall:
Regular student meeting at the Hall Th

iuiwui.1aternoon, Dec. 3, at 4 p.m. in 32261
The Josef Szigeti concert will take ane n, H c. a
place Monday evening, Dec. 3, at 8:15 Angell Hall.
o'clock. Please be seated on time as
the doors will be closed during num-1
bers." University Lecture:
Holders of season tickets are re- Dean James B. Edmonson, of the
spectfully requested to detach from School of Education, will speak on
their season tickets, before leaving the subject, "What Is the Crisis in
home, the individual coupons for the Public Education?" at 4:15 p.m., Wed-
respective concerts, and to present the nesday, Dec. 5, in the Natural Science
proper coupon only. For the Szigeti Auditorium. This is the third of a
concert use coupon .number 4. series of University Lectures by mem-
To avoid confusion and misunder- bers of the University faculties, which
standings, members of the audience faculty members, students, and the
who leave the auditorium during in- I general public are cordially invited
termissions will please present their to attend.
ticket stubs to the attendants at the1
doors when re-entering the auditor- Hunting Whales in the Seven Seas:
ium. The motion picture lecture by
Taxi cabs and private cars may use Chester Scott Howland depicting the
the entrances on both the Thayer and--
Ingalls Street sides of the building.
Traffic and parking in front of the TODAY! 15c TOE
auditorium will be prohibited.- N CTINUO u
The Box Office will open at 7:00 O
o'clock. Single admissions $1.00,
$1.50, $2.00 - Season tickets, $5.00,
$7.00, $8.50, $10.00. -A FOUR-ST.
The Ann Arbor Police Department,
the Buildings and Grounds Division of GRIPP ING, POV
the University and the University WALTER D
Musical Society, will appreciate the CONNOLLY KEI
sympathetic cooperation of the public I
in thes'e matters. Wom t e
Choral Union Members: _EX]
Members of the Choral Union in "WELL BY CARTOON
good standing may secure their pass GEORGE" HIT
tickets for the Szigeti concert by call-
ing at the office of the University

at 7:40 p.m. Th'le Rev. Henry Lewisea$
Methodist Episcopal Church: will lead the discussion on, "The
9:45 a.m.-Class for Youth of , symp
College Age. Dr. Roy Burroughs leads Lights and Shadows of the Parson's build
the informal discussions on Christian Job." All students are cordially in- whic
ideals. Meet in the balcony of the ______Idiscu
church auditorium. . Saint" Andrew's Episcopal Church:
10:45 a.m. - Morning Worship Sevcsoosi oa r.80
servie. Dr. Charles W. Brashar Services of worship today are: 8:00
has chosen as a subject for this hurmHolyCommuon,9:30aim.
morning's sermon, "Possessions." Church School, 11:00 a.m. Kinder-
" hsis the ninth in a series entitled; gartens, 11:00 a.m. Holy Communion
This sand Sermon by the Rev. Henry Lewis,
"What We Want."17:30 p.m. Choral Evensong and Ad-
4:30 p.m. - Sacrament Of The p dress by the Rev. William D. Orr.
Lord's Supper.
Stalker Hall for Students and Their
Friends of College Age: Lutheran Student Club: Professor
4:00 p.m.- The World Friendship Preuss, of the political science depart-
Circle will not meet this week, I ment, will speak at 6:30 p.m.
6:00 p.m. - Wesleyan Guild Devo- The talk will be preceded by the
tional Service. "Socialism and Re- ( usual supper in the parish hall of the
ligion" is the subject chosen by the Zion Lutheran Church at 5:30 p.m.
guest speaker, Rev. H. P. Marley.i All Lutheran students are invited.
After the meeting there will be a so-
cial hour and refreshments. Hillel Foundation:!
11:15 a.m.--Service at the League
Presbyterian Student Appoint- Chapel. Rabbi Heller will speak on
ments: "Hebraic Contributions to the Pil-
9:30 a.m. - Morning Classes at the grims."
Church House. The class in "Jewish Ethics" will
10:45 a.m.-- Morning Worship.
"The Virtue of Prejudice," Dr. Wil- STARTiNG TODAY
hiam P. Lemon. ACT at 2:30 - 5:00 - 7:20 - 9:20
1 fnrWnTT. TIAfi S

e Michigan Theosophical Fed-
bn in convention will hold a
osium in the Michigan League
ing today at 3:00 o'clock, at
h Rabbi Bernard Heller will
ss "Judaism's Contribution to the



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