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rl'E Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the "" m u i
University. Copy received at the Summer Session office until 3:30; 11:30
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1934 1 Miss Gertrude Stein will lecture
VOL. XLV. No. 66 - Friday, Dec. 14, at 4:15 p.m., in Lydia A Review-
Mendelssohn Theater on "The Devel- Among other events recently desig-
Notiees !cpment of the Conception of Person- nated by Professor J. Raleigh Nelson
President and Mrs. Ruthvn will ality, Portraits, and Poetry." Tickets as revealing the meaning of an Amer-
are on sale at Wahr's State Street ican Christmas to foreign students
rbe at home to students and their Store and at The Hopwood Room, was the organ recital played by Pal-
, 3227 Angell Hall. The ticket sale mer Christian in Hill Auditorium on
4 to 6 o'clock. is limited to five hundred. Sunday afternoon. To the American
listener the program was significant4
Universi-ty Broadcasting: in that it gave him a fleeting glimpse
Member Of Touh 9:15-9:45 a.m. -A Class in Ele- Concert of old world Christmas which only
mentary Singing, Joseph E. Maddy emphasized the musical poverty of theG
Gang Sent To Jail and chorus from an Ann Arbor Boston Symphony Orchestra: prosaic commercial American festive
school. Dr. Serge Koussevitzky, and the season.
SACRAMENTO, Calif., Dec. 10.- 2:00-2:30 p.m. -Michigan, My Boston Symphony Orchestra, willi Hearing the solemn religious spirit
(P)--Mrs. Ida Schaefer, who was in- Michigan Series--Topic: The Auto- play the following numbers in the of the German Christmas speak in
dieted ore thn a yer ago playfithefollUoncnmers, inHel
dicted more than a year ago on mobile and Michigan, Dudley M. the Choral Preludes from Bach, the
charges of having aided in the $234,- Phelps, Assistant Professor of Mar Auditorium, Tuesday evening, at 8:15 lusty festivity of the Dutch carols,
000 robbery of the Sacramento Post- keting, School of Business Adminis- o'clock: the magic mysticism of the Hure
office, pleaded guilty today and was tration. Overture to "The Marriage "Communion Before the Midnight
sentenced to serve two years in a Iof Figaro". ............... Mozart Mass," and realizing that such music
Federal reformatory in West Virginia. Choral Union Members: Members Symphony No. 3, "Eroica," Beethoven is for some people daily fare, arouses,
Mrs. Schaefer was named in an of the University Choral Union in "Pictures at an a feeling of impatience toward a so--
indictment that charged her hus- god standing who call in person, Exhibition" . . . . . . . . Moussorgsky cial structure so poor in experiences
d, "Goomy Gus" Schaefer,G gr will be issued pass tickets admitting Traffic regulations, etc., will be of this kind. After a program such as
Touhy, William P. Barry, Georgeto the Boston Symphony Orchestra employed as usual and the Ann Ar- this one feels cheated. A meal was set
(Red) Kerr and JonDewt a Igbfd hse
Rbed hersandJoh , Feb with having concert, by calling at the School of bor Police Department, the University before us and whisked away again
Music, Tuesday, Dec. 11, between the Musical Society and the Buildings r
hours of 10 and 12, and 1 and 4. After and Grounds division of the Univer- hunger. Those carols from the Wal-
kaseball Conclave 4 o'clock no pass tickets will be is- sity, will appreciate sympathetic co- loon Rhapsody, what were they? We
wI sued. operation. cannot remember except that they
Opens Tomorrow sedsprain are something we would recover if
A limited number of tickets areai
NEW YORK, Dec. 10.-UP)-Base- School of Education Seniors: Class available at $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00 only we could. Why is it that we have
ball's managers .and club owners dues are one dollar payable to the each, on sale at the School of Music
gathered in hotel lobbies today, tossed following people: Helen Gillespie, until 5 o'clock Tuesday. After 7:00 choice of Mr. Christian made us
out the first broken arch, and offi- Henry Pendorf, Helen Crawford, Vir- o'clock they will be at Hill Auditor- aware of our own poverty. -M.L.
cially inaugurated the annual major ginia Powell, Mary Elizabeth Smith, ium box office.
league meeting in strictly normal and Gertrude Morris. ment and Finance Committees at
fashion -doing absolutely nothing. i Exhibitions 4:15 p.m. in the League.
The formal conclave will not start Mathematical Club: The regular . .s
until tomorrow, when the National mc ting of the Club has been post- Chrstmas Toy Exhibit: A toy ex- Christian Science Organization:
League magnates gather at the Wal- poned until Tuesday, Dec. 18. hibit sponored by the Nursery Moth- There will be a meeting of this Or-
dorf Astoria and the American League p u ecers Group of the University Elemen- ganization tonight at 8 o'clock in the
owners at the Commodore. They will tary School will be held in the Ele- Chapel of the Women's League Build-
do the same Wednesday. Then they Academic Notices mentary School Library on Dec. 11 ing. Students, alumni, and faculty
will meet together at the Roosevelt P-and 12. Open to any mother of pre- members of the University are cor-
Thursday. Psychelogy 33-35-37: Write-up for school child. dially invited to attend.
second thesis will be held on Wed- - ______niedt _ted
r'. ..y_ rfn nerrrday, 7:15 p, ~ m., innrn N.la. .APd.n

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'Give Us Rhythm' Opens Careful work at low price. 4x
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At Lydia Mendelssohn sonable. Free delivery. Phone 3006
Theater At 8:30 9x

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LADY WANTS transportation to St.
Petersburg, Fla., after the 17th of
December. Share expenses. Phone
5433. 6
WANTED: Ride to Cincinnati, Christ-
mas vacation; share expenses, ex-
change references. Box 34, Mich-
igan Daily. 5
RIDE TO VICINITY of Denver and
return over the holidays. Call
2-3576. 3
suits. Will pay 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 dol-
lars. Phone Ann Arbor 4306. Chi-
cago Buyers. Temporary office, 200
North Main. 7x
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.
I 311 W. Huron. Ph. 2-3267. 10x
ntributed Much
rctic Exploration

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Slack, who has had some training IWARM, COMFORTABLE room $3.00
in this line on Broadway. double, $2.00 single. 518 Packard
Reviving a custom which has not St. 2
been followed in the more recent Un-.
ion Operas, officials this year en- FOR RENT: Single room. Front suite
gaged a dance band instead of a for couple. Well-heated. Kitchen
regular pit orchestra. The Union privileges if desired. Call after 5
band under the direction of Robert p.m. 434 aynard. Phone 7768.
Steinle will furnish the music for
"Give Us Rhythm." LL Co"
Most of the music for the show has .OiiSs LeaI
been written by the first saxophonist ii l
of the band, William Boyd. All of his To FOf Ai
pieces have been written to fit the lei
plot of "Give Us Rhythm," and have

Class in Polish Language to be re-
sumed Wednesday, Dec. 12, Room
1018 Angell Hall, 5 to 6 p,m. Ste-'
phen Piatkowski will conduct the'
class. All interested are welcome.
I {Lectures
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
Means For World Peace," Thursday,
Dec. 13, at 4:15 p.m., in the Natural
j Science Auditorium. The public is
cordially invited.

Events Today Tuesday Afternoon tay eai ng i
Section of othe Faculty Women's Club'
Physics Colloquium: Professor R. A. will meet at 2:15 p.m., Alumnae
Sawyer will speak on "The Excitation Room, Michigan League.
of Inner Electrons by Absorption" at{

- Public Lecture: Supt. S. C. Mitch-'
Release By English' ell of the Benton Harbor school sys-
DOUGLAS Isle of Man, Dec. 10. tem will give a public lecture on the
( U) - Kaye Don, famous British speed topic "Supervised Correspondence
driver, was released today after serv- Study for High School Students," on
ing 10 weeks and two days of afour Tuesday, Dec. 11, at 7:00 p.m., in the
months'. sentence for manslaughter I auditorium of the University High
growing from the death of his me-I School. Mr. Mitchell will show 1200
chanic in a wrecd on a trial . auto feet of film depicting the operation
spin. He was met by a group of friends of the plan as used in his school. The
and immediatelybboarded a ship for lecture is being sponsored by the
Liverpool. Education Club of the School of Edu-
Ili health, it was stated unofli- I cation, but the public is cordially
cially, was the reason for Don's early invited to attend. No admission
release. With time off for good be- charge.
havior, his term would have ended;
Jan. 6. Public Lecture:
L. Williams, assistant curator of
economic botany in the Field Mu-
M A JE S T I C seum of Natural History, Chicago,
will givesalecture, illustrated with
colored stereopticon slides, on the
-NOw PLAYiNG Marshall Field Expedition to the
Snows at 2:00 - 3:46 - 7:00 - 9:00 Amazon, 1929-1930, on Friday, Dec.
Matinees: 30c - Evenings 40c 14, at 8 p.m., in Room 2003 Natural
Witty Dialogue Science Building.
Clever Situations j
Beautiful Dances A NEW
Everything ! ! begins Thursday Evening.
Instructions 8 to 9, Dancing 9 to 10
s ,-" Wuerth Theatre Ph. 9695

4:15 p.m., Room 1041, East Physics
Bldg. All interested are cordially,
invited to attend.
Conference for all students inter-
csted in education at 4:10 p.m., Room
2432 U.S.E. The topics will be of
special interest to beginning teachers.
The program will be presented by
former student teachers who have
recently taken positions.
Tau Beta Pi: Supper meeting at !
6:00 p.m., Michigan Union.
Varsity and Waiting List Club:
The following men in the Union
Opera are expected to be at Lydia
Mendelssohn Theater at 7:00 p.m.
G. Wells, S. Kubacki, T. McCulloch,
S. Pleskow, R. Bunce, W. Wagenseil,
W. Bradley, F. Hunt, I. Burstein,
P. Robinson, A. Klute, M. Collins,
W., Sawyer, R. Beal, J. Richardson,
R. Daverman, S, Nichols, A. Will,
J. Briner, W. Hasty, R. Boynton, R.
Wikle, A. Walker, W. Fredericks, R.
Rameriz, R. Kimball, S. Kasle.
C ntemporary: The following,
members of the Business Staff report
i at the office, Student Publications
Building, at 2:00 p.m. -or as soon
thereafter as possible: H. Stevenson,
H. Greenwood, M. Swantz, J. Field,
J. Lambert, M. Shuptrine. N. Per-
sons, E. Miller, S. Bubis, L. Roberts,
L. Campbell, B. Kelly, E. Butzel, F.
Everard, Greenhut, Andriola, Ster-
ing, Mysel, Elder.
Wyvern activity group for fresh-
man women interested in athletics
will meet in the Michigan League at 1
4:00 p.m. Room posted on League
Bulletin Board.1

Coming Events

Chemistry Colloquium: Meeting I


will be held in Room 303, Chemistry '38, have also composed music for the
Building, at 4:15 p.m., Wednesday, show. Lyrics for the music have
Dec. 12. been written by Byron Dalrymple,
Topic: Fluorescence in Ultravio- another band member.
let Light and Its Applications.-I David Zimmerman, '35, will fill the
Speaker: Professor H. H. Willard. male lead, playing opposite Slack,
the heroine. Vaudie Vandenberg, '36,,
Sigma Xi: The second meeting of will play the part of a night club;
year will be held at 8:00 p.m., Wed- blues singer, and Henry Hall, '37, will
nesday, Dec. 12, Room 205, Pharma- portray a college professor. Paul
cology -Building. The program will Bauer, Spec., will take the part of the
consist of demonstrations and ex- fish loving dean.
planations of the research in progressj The remainder of the cast is made
in the Department of Pharmacology., up of minor characters, three chorus
groups and members of the Glee Club.:
Sigma Rho Tan: Regular weekly In addition to the actual performers,,
meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p.m., there are a group of student' commit-I
Union. Circles will be held as usual }tees which have carried on the pro-
and will begin promptly at 7:30 p.m. duction end of the show.
In the Assembly the Wayne Univer- Expressing great hopes for the
sity affirmative team will debate the success of the opera, Ty Felker, '35,
Sigma Rho Tau negative team on the I production manager, last night voiced
question, "Resolved, that all available the "deep appreciation" of opera of-
waterpower resources should be de- ficials for the work which has been
veloped immediately." All Sigma done by committeemen in the prepa-I
Rho Tau members and their guests ration for the show.
are cordially invited as well as any-
one else interested in the question. '_____, n4n1-

been characterized as hit possibilities
by local critics. Hubert Maran, alsoj
of the band, and Dominick De Vito,

According to European explorers, because of the findings of Professor
science owes more to Professor-Em- Hobbs and other scientists who have
eritus William H. Iobbs of the Uni- entered this field, in a few years it will
versity geology department and to be considered that flight over a cer-
tain route by way of Greenland and
the late Admiral Robert Peary than Iceland is not only the shortest but
to any other men in the field of Arc- the safest route from America to Eu-
tic exploration, Captain Peter Freu- rope, and in time even between Eu-


chen stated today in an informal ad- rope 'IIUUandte r t. P roessor
dressn thgednerdlysinjentnf Arcd-Hobbs' findings, he said, have deter-
dress on the general subject of Arc- mined the exact route over Green-
tic explorations, land which is far enough south to
"These are the two men who opened avoid the darkness and yet not so
up a whole new world for explora- far south as to run into fog.
tion, for a science which had not beena n
born, and which is coming now," the' The general subject of his speech
speaker said, calling Professor Hobbs was the change in exploration meth-
"the man who gave Greenland back ods since the early days of the ill-
to Denmaik," explaining that he had fated Greeley expedition, which' he
giveru Demnaik and Greenland 'a fu- described. This catastrophe he at-
ture to which to look forward. I tributed to the fact that Greeley
In the same speech he praised Profs. did not make proper use of either
Ralph L. Belknap and Evans S. the Eskimos or the Arctic sledge
Schmeling, both of the geology de- dogs. Admiral Peary, the speaker
partment, for their work on the Uni- I maintained, was the first explorer to
versity's Greenland expeditions. make proper use of these two ele-
Captain Freuchen predicted that ments.


Alpha Kappa Delta meeting Thurs-
day, Dec. 13, at 8 o'clock at the home
of Prof. Robert C. Angell, 1007 Berk-
shire Road. Program includes ini-
tiation of new members, three inter-
esting reports, and discussion.
Adelphi house of Representatives
will debate with Alpha Nu on Wed-
nesday, Dec. 12, on the proposition:
Resolved that Huey P. Long be elected
President of the United States in
1936. The Adelphi team will have
the affirmative side. The debate will'
begin at 7:30 p.m. and will be held in
the Adelphi room on the fourth floor'
of Angell Hall. A prominent faculty
man will be judge. The public is in-
vited to attend.

on Wednesday Dec. 12, at 12 o'clock
in the Russian Tea Room of the
Michigan League Building. Pro-
fessor Samuel T. Dana, Dean of the
School of Forestry and Conservation
will speak informally on the Tennes-
see Valley project.
Black Quill will have a social meet-
ing for new members and sponsors on
Wednesday, Dec. 12, at 8 p.m., Kala-
mazoo Room of the Michigan League.
All members are urged to be present.
Badminton Tournament---Women
Students: The intramural Badminton
tournament (singles) will begin on
Wednesday, Dec. 12. Players must,
have practiced twice before entering.
Entry sheets are posted in Barbour
Gymnasium and the Women's Ath-,


Saph Cabaret Finance
Meeting of all members

on Assess-

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Daily 15c to 6 P.M. 25c after 6
Tomorrow - Two Features

Athena: Pledging services for ten letic Building. A medical examina-j
women will be held Wednesday, Dec. ti onor recheck for this year is es-
12, at 8 p.m., in the Athena Room, sential.
fourth floor of Angell Hall. All oldI_
members and pledges are required to National Student League will meet
be present unless a satisfactory ex- at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Room 304, Un-
cuse is given beforehand to Margaret ' ion. "The Political Philosophy of De
Dunn, secretary. Leonism" will be discussed. All in-s


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Alpha Nu meets Wednesday at 7:30
p.m. in the Adelphi room, fourth floor
of Angell Hall. The feature of the
program will be a humorous debate
between Alpha Nu and Adelphi on
the question : "Resolved : that Huey
Long should be elected president of
the United States in 1936." All Al-
pha Nu pledges must be present. The
public is cordially invited to attend
the debate.
Freshman Glee Club: Regular re-
hearsal for all members in the music
rooms of the Union, promptly at 5 j
o'clock, Wednesday.
Luncheon for Graduate Studentsi

terested are invited.
Catholic Students: There will be a I
party for all Catholic students and
their friends on Wednesday evening
in the Auditorium of the Chapel, from I
8 to 10. Al Cowan and his orchestra
will furnish the music.


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