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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1934

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DAILY OFFICI
Publication in the Bulletin is const
University. Copy received at the off
until 3:30; 11:30 a.m. Saturday.
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1934
VOL. XLV No. 65
Notices
President and Mrs. Ruthven will
be at home to students and their;
friends on Wednesday, Dec. 12, from
4 to 6 o'clock.

Means For World Peace," Thursday,
-A UT T UTTT . Dec. 13, at 4:15 p.m., in the Natural
[AL BiULLET~IN
11 .i 3Science Auditorium. The public is
ructive notice to all members of the cordially invited.
Ice of the Assistant to the President
Oratorical Association Lecture
p.m. Monday, Dec. 10, at the office Course: Lowell Thomas will speak in
1 Student Publication Building. This Hill Auditorium on Thursday, De-
is imperative! Icember 13, at 8:30 p.m. on the sub-
ject, "Adventures on the Air and
Choral Union Members: Members Around the World." Tickets are
of the University Choral Union in available at Wahr's. Patrons are
good standing who call in person, urged to purchase tickets early.
will be issued pass tickets admitting

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Student Loans: The Loan Commit-
tee will meet on Monday, Dec. 10, at
14-Point Program Is 1:30 p.m., in Room 2, University Hall.
Proposed By Costigan Students who have filed applications
with the Office of the Dean of Stu-
WASHINGTON, Dec. 8.-(P)-- A dents should call there for an ap-
fourteen - point recovery program pointment with the Committee.
headed by a "greatly expanded and J. A. Bursley, Chairman
much more rapidly prosecuted" pub-

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lie works project was advanced today
by Senator Costigan (Dem., Colo.),
as a rallying point for Senate liberals
of ,all parties this winter.1
Deferring specific proposals pend-i
ing conferences with associates, thei
C ,'ado .progressive outlined the1
broad phases of a legislative agenda1
which he expects to appeal strongly
to a large group in Democratic ranks
and to members like Senator La Fol-
lette (Prog., Wis.) and Cutting, (Rep.,r
N.M.), on the other side of the aisle.
Nelon'.- Widow Begins
Term At Milan Prison
MILAN, Dec. 8.-(P) -Und1er
heavy guard, Mrs. Helen Gillis, 22-
year-old widow of George "Baby-
Face~ Nelson, reached the Federal de-
tention .farm here today to serve a
year and a day for violation of parole
She was brought by automobile
from Madison, Wis., where she was
sentenced Friday, in a hurried and
secret trip. Extfaordinary precautions
were taken to keep secret the time
of :her departure and arrival.
Naval Craft Continues
Search For VUlm's Plane!
HONOLULU, Dec. 8.-(P)-Thej
search for Flight Lieut. Charles T.I
P. Ulm and his two conmpanions con-
tinued .today with a reduced force of
nayalsurface craft.
Although hope of locating the fly-
ers, forced down in the Pacific five
days ago on a flight from Oakland,
Calif., to Honolulu, appeared slender
three destroyers and three coast
guard vessels were ordered to proceed
northward to retrace areas previously
covered in the darkness.
I fhyvce .Of Armament
Firms On Simon Denied
.LONDON, Dec. 8.-(P)-It was
announced unexpectedly today that
a :writ has been issued in behalf of
Sir John Simon, British foreign sec-
retary, in.respect to statements that
he was interested in armament firms
and that his conduct of British for-
eign affairs was thereby affected.
This brief announcement from au-,
thoritative quarters in London was all
that was available for the moment in
what appeared to be a sensational
development in the proposed British
inquiry into the manufacture of arms.
Four Million Paid To
Morro Castle Owners
sWASHINGTON, Dec. 8 -()- The
Agwi Navigation Co. received $4,200,-
000 insurance on the hull and ma-
chinery of the burned liner Morro
CQstle, although the books of the
company showed that the value of the
$4;874,230 ship had been written down
by depreciation to $3,923,000.

Notice: Attention of all concerned,
and particularly of those hayin of-
fices in Haven Hall or the western
portion of the Natural Science Build-
ing, to the fact that parking of cars'
in the driveway between these two
buildings is at all times inconvenient
to other users of the drive and some1
times results in positive danger to
other drivers and to pedestrians on
the diagonals and other walks. You
are respectfully asked not to park
there and if members of your family
call for you, especially at noon -when
traffic both on wheels and on foot is.
heavy, it is especially urged that the
car wait for you in the parking space
adjacent to the north door of Uni-
versity Hall. Waiting in the driveway
blocks traffic and involves confusion,
inconvenience and danger, just as
much when a person is sitting in a
car a.s the car is parked empty.
University Senate Committee
On Parking
School of Education Seniors: Class
dues of one dollar are payable to the
following people: Helen Gillespie,
Henry Pendorf, Helen Crawford, Vir-
ginia Powell, Mary Elizabeth Smith,
and Gertrude Morris.
Foreign Students Attention:
The=programs of Christmas music
offered in our community during
the next two weeks afford foreign
students of the University the op-
portunity to get the spirit of our
American Christmas of which music
is so im1portant an expression. I wish
to urge you all to avail yourself of
as many of these opportunities as
possible, especially the following:
1. Organ Recital of Christmas
Music, Prof. Palmer Christian, Sun-
day, Dec. 9, at 4:15 p.m., Hill Audi-
torium. No charge for admission.
2. Program of Christmas Music,
Ypsilanti Normal Choir, Pease Audi-
torium, Ypsilanti, Thursday, Dec. 13,
at 8 p.m. Admission 25 cents. If
possible you should get your tickets
before-hand as the capacity of the
auditorium is always overtaxed for
this concert. I shall be glad to ar-
t ange this through my office.
3. Handel's Messiah. The Choral
Union and the University Symphony
Orchestra, Hill Auditorium, Tuesday,
Dec. 18, at 8:15. No charge for ad-
mission.
4. The Community Sing around
the .Christmas Tree in front of the
University Library, Dec. 24, at 7 p.m.
Attention is also directed to the
Christmas music in all -the Christian
churches of the community as well as
to the simple but characteristic pag-
eants and Christmas tableaux usual-
ly given on Christmas Eve.
J. Raleigh Nelson,
Counsellor to Foreign Students
Contemporary: All members of the
business staff must turn in their
schedules of class hours before 5:00

to the Boston Symphony Orchestra Public Lecture: Supt. S. C. Mitch-
concert, by calling at the School of ell of the Benton Harbor school sys-
Music, Tuesday, Dec. 11, between the tem will give a public lecture on theI
hours of 10 and 12, and 1 and 4. After topic "Supervised Correspondence'
4 o'clock no pass tickets will be is- Study for High School Students," onI
sued. Tuesday, Dec. 11, at 7:00 p.m., in the
Iauditorium of the University High
Varsity Glee Club and Waiting School. Mr. Mitchell will show 1200,
.st feet of film depicting the operation
Listhe fof the flan as used in his school. The
The following men in the Union lecture is being sponsored by the
Opera Chorus are expected to be at Education Club of the School of Edu- I
Lydia Mendelssohn Theater at 7 p.m. I cation, but the public is cordially
sharp Sunday, Dec. 9: invited to attend. No admission1
R. Bunce, W. Wagenseil, C. Magaw, charge.
W. Bradley, F. Hunt, S. Sperberg, B.I
Samuels, L Burstein, jP. Robinson, French Lecture:
A. Klute, W. Sawyer, J. Richardson, Professor George Connes of the
B. MacDonald, S. Nichols, W. Jones, University of Dijon will give the first
A. Will, J. Briner, W. Hasty, G. Wells, lecture on the Cercle Francais pro-I
R. Clark, D. Swann, T. McCullough,1gram, Monday, Dec. 10, at 4:15 p.m.,
H. Offenbach, L. Goldberg, R. Boyn- I Room 103, Romance Language Build-j
ton, F. Walter, R. Treadway, R. Wikle, 1 ing, on "Beranger et ses chansons."!
W. Fredericks, R. Rameriz, R. Kim- Tickets for the whole series of lec-I
ball, S. Kasle. tures and plays may be procured at;
V t Gthe door at the time of the lecture.
Varsity Glee Club and Waiting!
List Club:
The following men in the UnioniConcert
Opera Chorus are expected to be at Christmas Organ Recital: PalmerI
Lydia Mendelssohn Theater at 7 p.m. Christian, University Organist, will
sharp Monday, Dec. 10. This is dress give a program of Christmas music,
rehearsal. in Hill Auditorium this afternoon,I
S. Pleskow, R. Bunce, W. Wagen- at 4:15 o'clock, to which the generalI
seil, C. Magaw, W. Bradley, L. Sper- public is invited without admission
berg, B. Samuels, I. Burnstein, R. ! charge.
Robinson, A. Klute, W. Sawyer, R.-
Beal. J. Richardson, B. MacDonald,
R. Daverman S. Nichols, W. Jones, Boston symphony Orchestra:
R. DveranS. ichlsW. one. IDr. Serge Koussevitzky, and the
A. Will, H. Straw, J. Briner, W. Hasty, Bs. SymphonssOrhesky, will
R. Boynton, R. Treadway, W. Fred- Symphony Orchestra, will
ericks, R. Rameriz, R. Kimball, S.play the following numbers in thej
Kasl, G Wels, . Cark D. wanPffth Choral Union concert, in HillI
Kasle, G. Wells, R. Clark, D. Swann Auditorium, Tuesday evening, at 8:15
W. Nothdurfth, S. Kubacki. T. Mc- o'clock:
Culloch. ". . -

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Exhibitions

Piano: Christmas Toy Exhibit: A toy ex
Intermezzo, Op. 117, No. 2 . .Brahms hibit sponored by the Nursery Moth-
Rhapsodie, Op. 79, No. 1 . .. .Brahms ers Group of the University Elemen-{
Phyllis Warnick tary School will be held in the Ele-
Voice. mentary School Library on Dec. 11'
Verdi Prati" from the opera and 12. Open to any mother of pre-
"Alcina"................Handel school child.
There Cried a Bird........Sinding (Continued from Page 3)
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Academic Notices
Philosophy 32: Midsemester make-t
up examination will be held Monday,
Dec. 10, at 201 S. Wing, 4 p.m.
Playwriting Class will meet Mon-
day, Dec. 10, instead of Tuesday, Dec.
11.
Kenneth Rowe
Lectures
University Lecture:
Captain Peter Freuchen, Danish
explorer, will lecture on "The Eski-
mos As I Know Them" (illustrated
with slides and moving pictures), on
Monday, Dec. 10, at 8 p.m., in the
Natural Science Auditorium. The
public is cordially invited.
University Lecture:
Sir Herbert B. Ames, formerly Fi-
nancial Director of the League of
Nations, will lecture on the subject
"The Saar Plebiscite and What It

O v e r t u r e t o T h e M a r r ia g e H iele n a r o , Ac c o m p a n s t, L i s z t j
of Figaro" ................Mozart Piano:
Symphony No. 3, "Eroica," Beethoven Sonnetto del Petrarca... . .. Liszt
t"Pictures at an Sonata Rustica ........... Tansman
Exhibition".........Moussorgsky 2nd and 3rd movements
Traffic regulations, etc.. will be Katherine Leopold
employed as usual and the Ann Ar- Voice:
bor Police Department, the University I May, the Maiden ........Carpenter
Musical Society and the Buildings King Charles ................ White
and Grounds division of the Univer- When I Think Upon The
sity, will appreciate sympathetic co- Maidens ................... Head
operation. Mark Bills
A limited number of tickets are Achilles Taliaferro, Accompanist
available at $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00 Quartet in G minor for Piano
each, on sale at the School of Music and Strings ............... Mozart
until 5 o'clock Tuesday. After 7:00 Allegro moderato - Lento - Rondo
o'clock they will be at Hill Auditor- I Helen Harrod, Pianistj
ium box office. Doris Hamill, Violinist
Thor Johnson, Violist
Musicale at Michigan League, Dec. Elizabeth Mann, Violoncellist
Thepublic is cordially invited.

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A NewPolicy
Tickets for a trial period of
one weel, allowing 20 meals
for $3.80 will be sold to stu-
dents without the necessary
membership requirements.

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Cartoon "TOM THUMB"
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CHRISTMAS MUSIC
in HILL AUDITORIUM
THIS AFTERNOON at 4:15
Complimentary

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Thelma Todd Comedy
"FLYING MOUSE" Silly Symphony
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