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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1934

DAILY
Publication in the
University. Copy re
saturday.
WEDNESDAY, DECEMV
VOL. XLV N
Notices
lPresidcnt and Mrs.
be at home to stude:
friends on Wednesday,
4 to 6 o'clock.

Luncheon for Graduate Students
FFICIAL BULLETIN at 12 o'clock in the Russian Tea
Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the ing. Professor Samuel T. Dana,j
ceived at the Summer Session office until 3:30; 11:30 Dean of the School of Forestry and
Conservation will speak informally!
IBER 12, 1934 music class, participating in this pro- on the Tennessee Valley project.
Fe. 67 gam are: Georce Finch, Leona Haef-
nir. Doris Harmill, Helen Harrod. Fencing for Women Students: The
Bernard Hirs:h, Alice Hoffman, fencing class meets in Waterman
Rutihven will Fredcrick Hunt. Mona Hutchings, Gymnasium at 4 p.m. Anyone in-
nts and their Thor Johnson, Elizabeth Mann, Ruby terested who did not attend last week
Dec. 12, from Poinert. Ruth Shields. must attend this meeting.
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Cosmopolitla

Club :

Christmas

Party, dance and other entertainment,
Dec. 15, Lane Hall, 9 to 12 P.M.
Ladies free. Members 35 cents, non-
members 50 cents.
IMiseum nReceive'Is
Rare Stiffe Biid
The mounted figure of what was
probably the last wild turkey m
Michigan was received yesterday by
the Zoology Museum bird division
from William B. Meershom of Sagin-

CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

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LOTAD ON

University Broadcasting: 11^beeh
9:15-9:30 a.m.--Laboratory Pro- Bu d
Unnamed Naval Officer gram for Speech Department Class.
-00-2:30 - Vocational Guidance .Topic
Faces Court Martial Seres -Topic: The Public Account- ict Lant
F ncs E Ros, rofsso of Si cake
WASHINGTON, Dec. 11 -(/')-A ant, Francis E. Ross, Professor of
Accounting.
possible trial by court martial was in Econig
store tonight for an unnamed officer Eletit
on hares ha hehadoffre, fr a iMas. -Michigan Club - All mem- npeto
on charges that he had offered, for a bers who are going with the group Telephon
fee of $1,000 a month, to swing some make reservations at Chubb's imme- ored by
navy airplane business to one aircraft ake insat C s ime sore
comany diately. Information as to rates is A.L.E.E..
company. .nwavialthr.hexh
Evidence to this effect was turned now available there. the exci
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over to the navy today by the House Notice: Those who have reserved 319 E. W
military affairs subcommittee, which tice oe whothae esee 3
is investigating alleged irregularities tickets for the Gertrude Stein Lec-
in War Department purchases. ture should call for them before five Phi E
Rear Admiral Claude C. Cloch,,navy o'clock Thursday..em
-, r, .R. W. Cowden Union.1

try oloquium: Meeting
21d in Room 303. Chemistry
at 4:15 p.m.

Connecticut-Michigan Club meet-
ing at 8 p.m., Room 302, in the Un-
ion. All students from Connecticut
-h -In to rfti rnme for the va-

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Fluorescence in Ultravio- w l.La, noted hunter and conservation
cation are invited to attend.
and Its Applications. authority.
ar: Professor 11. H. Willard.
:r s _ H.HW r. Catholic Students: A party will be These great birds, once so plenti-
- ful that it is said thiey .'se to walk
held for all Catholic students and
iai Enginecr-: There will be their friends in the auditorium of the across the University camps are
n trip throughs the local Bell chapel, from 8 to 10. Al Cowan's now extinct. Mr. Meershm shot the
e plant this evening spon- i rchestra will furnish the music. tuikey in 1886. In the opinion oC Dr.'
the student branch of the Jcsselyn Van Tyne, curator of the_
Any person wishing to see Nati'nal Student League meets at bird division, it is a very rare speci-
ange is invited to attend. 8 p.m. in Room 304 of the Union. Th men. It is the only one in Michigan
the telephone exchange ato .i on which full data is available.
political philosophy of Daniel De
ashington St., at 7:30 p.m. Leon will be discussed. All interested Also the Museumns received from
are nviited. Mr. Meershom a mounted specimen'
a Sigma: Initiation of new ____ed of the nearly extinct whooping crane.;
will take place at 7:15 p.m.. oA great white bird, standing even'
Initiates are asked to bring acuty n a ans Ipb: Formal Re- higher than the wild turkey, it was
white handkerchief to the ception and Dance at 9 p.m., Mich- shot in 1904 in Saskatchewan,
igan League Ballroom.

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ADVFRTISING
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per line tabovPne -raties r dlace
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Toi tye. nprr and lower eane. Add
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Te aoe raes are for 7 poin
LAUNDRY

I ~ LOST AN) FOUND
LOS: Saturdaa<Ct Hill and Campus
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FDaily.
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from the committee. Both declined Psychology 33-35-37: Write-up forj
to discuss the case. It was under- second thesis will be held on Wed-- Athena: Pledging services for ten
stood, however, they gave assurances nesday, 7:15 p.m., in N.S. Aud. women will be held at 8 p.m., in the
that an investigation of the trans- jAthena Room, fourth floor of Angell
action would be carried on. For Students of Hygiene and Pub- Hail. All old members and pledges
lie Health and others interested: are required to be present unless a
Three moving picture films, "Why satisfactory excuse is given before-
General Heade Careless," "Preventing Diphther- hand to Margaret Dunn, secretary.
Says EconomyIs Over is" and "The Garden of Childhood,"
will be shown at the West Amphi- Alpha, Nu meets at 7:30 p.m. in
CHICAGO, Dec. 11 -(A')- Alfred P. theater of West Medical Building at the Adelphi room, fourth floor of

Michigan Dames: The Book Groupy
meets at the home of Mrs. Karl Kar-
sian, 1133 Forest Ave., at 8 p.m.
Coming Events
Applied Mechanics Colloquium: Q.
J. Hcrger and D. H. Young will dis-
cuss questions of interest regarding
the recent New York meeting of A.S.
M.E. Meeting will be held in Room

PIH KAPPA TAU
Phi Kappa Tau fraternity an-
nounces the initiation recently of
Charles D. Lyle, '35, and Robert O.
Osgood, '37E.
300 Acres Leelanou County
4500 It. frontage on Traverse Lake,
1320 ft. frontage on Lake Michigan,
about 16 acres irgin tiiuber. 1 mile
off M-22. Ideal location for Boys' or
Girls' camp or for subdividing. Write
STATE BANK OF CEDAR, Cedar,
Michigan.

PERSONAL laundry service. We take ,
individual interest in the laundry FINANCE CO. offers bargains in re-
problems of our customers. Girls' possessed and repurchased cars.
silks, wools, and fine fabrics guar- Many 1934 cars with low mileage
anteed. Men's shirts our specialty. included. We will trade and extend
Call for and deliver. Phone 5594 convenient terms. Open evenings.
611 E. Hoover. 2x 311 W. Huron Ph. 2-3267. lox

LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox darned.
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Sloan, Jr., president o feneral Mot- 5 p.m., Wednesday. V..ta na it "1e. % L .. .ji
ors Corp., asserted tonight that the gram will be a humorous debate be- j Thursday, Dec. 13, at 7:30 p.m. All
"spell of a planned economy and regi- Class in Polish Language to be re- tween Alpha Nu and Adelphi on the interested are cordially invited to at-
mentation" had been broken. sumed Wednesday, Dec. 12, Room question: "Resolved: that Huey Long tend.
"That is the most important thing 1018 Angell Hall, 5 to 6 p,m. Ste- should be elected' president of the'
that has happened," he said in an phen Piatkowski will conduct the United States in 1936." All Alpha I English Journal Club: To avoid
address before the Illinois Manufac- class. All interested are welcome. ijNu pledges must be present. The conflict with Miss Gertrude Stein's
turers' Association, during which he public is cordially invited to attend lecture the English Journal Club will
avowed his faith in a future fill of the debate. meet at 7:30 p.m., Friday, Dec. 14,
opportunity and told what he thought jrin the League. The topic of discus-
of price fixing, 30-hour weeks, closed University Lecture: .rAdelphi House of Representatives sion will be the Bacon-Shakespeare
shop wage scales and economic i Herbert B. Ames, formerly Fi- owill debate with Alpha Nu on the controversy, the speakers being Mr.
scarcity. Nansil ectr o the suect proposition: Resolved that Huey P. Scholten, Miss Munro, Miss Cum-
ti sLong be elected President of the mings, and Mr. Wakefield. The pub-
"The Saar Plebiscite and What IUnited States in 1936. The Adelphi lic is cordially invited.
Cl h o se f Means For World Peace," Thursday' m h h rm
C um- 11-ouse f 1Dec. 13, at 4:15 p.m., in the Natural team will have the affirmative side.
Sece Auito:rium., nThe pul iThe debate will begin at 7:30 p.m. i Alpha Kappa Delta meeting Thurs-
W il Science Auditorium. The publc is and will be held in the Adelphi Room day, Dec. 13, at 8 p.m. at the home
S3 .._cordiallyimvited._on the fourth floor of Angell Hall. of Prof. Robert C. Angell, 1007 Berk-
I A prominent faculty man will be the shire Road. Program includes ini-
raoial Asoiation L e ct u r e.Si~wll h
S Course:owelal Asoas will deliver judge. The public is invited to at- tiation of new members, three inter-
tend. esting reports, and discussion.
the fifth lecture on the current Ora-- _
torical Association series tomorrowiMcia ae:TeAhei
Fresh Air Camp Building night at 8:30 in Hill Auditorium. The Black Quill will have a social meet- GrMichi Dames: The Athletic
subject of the talk will be "Adven- ing for new members and sponsors on House Friday evening. Dec. 14, at
At Patterson Lake Will tures on the Air and Around the 8 p.m., Kalamazoo Room of the Mich- Hopem.iThosennnthaeing1sa
Be X y Spring World." Tickets are on sale at Wahr's. igan League. All members are urged 8 8p.m. Those not having season
Patrons are urged to purchase tickets to be present.'i Gast, telephone 6138.
early.-
A club-house, being built at a cost
of more than $3,000 by the Student Interpretive Arts Society: Professor
Christian Association, is rapidly neat- Concert Eich will read Henry Van Dyke's,
ing completion on the grounds of the Students' Recital: "The Other Wise Man, at 8 o'clock
S.C.A. Fresh Air Camp at Patterson Hanns Pick, Professor of Violon- in Room 302 Mason Hall. This will
Lake. The building, housing both cello of the School of Music, will pre- be the last program of the Society TODAY - THURSDAY
recreational apd dining facilities, will sent the following members of the before the Christmas vacation . A First Ann Arbor Showing!
be used in the summer months by boys I Chamber music class in a Students'' cordial invitation is extended to the KAY FRANCIS
in attendance at the camp, and will be Recital, Friday, at 8:15 p.m. in the public to hear this Christmas story. "D Y ON11 CA"
used during the University term by School of Music Auditorium on May-'N
students interested in availing them- nard Street, to which the general pub- Varsity Band practice at 7:15 p.m. I also
selves of the privilege. lic with the exception of small chil- LEW AYRES
The financing of the project has dren is invited: Freshman Glee Club: Regular re- "SHE LEARN ED
been carried on by joint action be- Double String-Quartet .......Spohr hearsal for all members in the music
tween the S.C.A. camp finance corn- IAllegro Irooms of the Union, promptly at 5 I ABOUT SAlI LORS"
mittee, headed by Prof. Ferdinand N. Scherzo o'clock.
Menefee of the mechanical engineer- Larghetto -----_-

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Finale
Larghetto for Clarinet, two Violins,
Viola and Cello......... Mozart
Concerto grosso for Strings
and Piano ................Bloch
Prelude
Dirge
Pastorale and Rustic Dances
Fugue
The members of the Chamber
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iatinees 30c - Evenings 40c
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