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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN TiE SCREE THE TAGE
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President
until 3:30; 11:30 a.m. Saturday.
AT THE, 11C IIGANAT TIlE LYDIA MENDELSSOHN
FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1934 torium. This is the fourth of a series ,,G
VOL. XLV No. 85 of University Lectures by members "GREAT EXPECTATIONS" "OUTWARD BOUND"
of the University faculties, which AUniversa picture featuring Henry A REVIEW
Noties faculty members, students, and the Hull. Jane Wyatt, Phillips Holmes. Sutton Vane's supern urai, mys-
Graduate School: All graduate stu- geeral public are cordially invited tteeogie 1eakstone, lorence Reed, ahd tic, half-real dramatic conception o
det h xetto attend. hei Alan Hale. Also an abysmal comedy
dneto mtSalors"_anaaysn Nes the hereafter, as presented last nigh
work for a degree at the close of the University Lecture: reel. for the first time in Ann Arbor b
present sefester should call at the ! Ely Jacques Kahn, of New Yorky
office of the Graduate School, 1014 one of the noted architects of the ice land herebly convict P a nroduction. oua
Angell Hall, to check their records United States, will speak on''DesignE leer at small boys in te desolation of entertaining prouction. " 'Outward
and to secure the proper blank to be and Education in"Design," Friday, graveyards at midnight; where people Bound" is not a work of art, never
used in paying the diploma fee. TheJandd18,si, dy are named Magwitch and Pumple- approaching greatness in any sense
adbythe d of Jn Jan. 18, 4:15 p.m., in the auditorium, chook; where characters supposedly but there is a peculiar charm-a
fee should be pai y e en an- Architectural Building. The public dead fo years display amazing vital- strangeness - that keeps the aud-
uary . Yoakum, Dea cordially ivted. ity on making a reappearance: where ience attentive, interested, and to a
__. .Ykservant women with wrists of iron certain degree mystified throughoutt
Student Loans: The Loan Commit- Exhibitions and Oliver Twist-ian boys with shaggy the whole play.
tewill meet Tuesday, Jan. 22, at ThA ArborArt-mahes of hair and blacksmiths and There are eight charac ers -- a
1 :3pm.,n oom2, Uversity Hal. n sThe Ann Arbor Art Association an- rich old ladies with pasts and beau- Iyoug alcoholic, a charwoman, pair
Students who have already filed ap- nounces the showing of a selection tiful girls who resolve never to fall of young lovers, a society woman, a:
plications with the Office of the Dean iningsf theexhibitionof love - where all these can mingle clergyman, a big-business man, and
ofictionst hsh Od cll fthe eran t eM ci a Atssa dFit rns and not seem TOO strange -this is aclermana hbig-bsinessrrmaan
of Students should call there for an of the Year, Alumni Memorial Hall, Dickens-land, Thi is "Geat Expecta- a steward, in whose ship barroom all
appointment with the Committee. Jan. 18 to 31, inclusive, 1 :30 p.m. to 5 tions. these people find themselves.None
J. A. gursley, Chairman p.m. The galleries will be open the Now to get rid of that pun this of them, as they eventually realize,
evening of Jan. 24 from 7:30 p.m. to column has been planning for days: 1know why theyoare.Therou drunk-
S.C.A. Tryouts: At the begni of 9:30 p.m., with no admission charge. "Great Expectations" did not quite t are gi The young drunk-
next semester second term Freshmen come up to our great expectations n stefrtt idotta ei
and Sophomores with approved Haw! For one thing, the film ver- dead - that they are all dead - and
grades will be eligible for student ac- Events Todaysion has a fault which is coimo I that they are to meet their judgment
tivities. All students, whether men !a h n ftevyg.Ec n
ss m Forestry Assembly: Assembly for to the book itself - it is too long. at the end of the voyage. Each one
or women, are eligible for activities all-students in the School of Forestry There's plenty to be told, admittedly. has his own problem to confiront, his
in the S.C.A. Work with this organi- and Conservation at 10 a.m., Room The plot is well woven and the screen own past to review, his future to
zation can lead to positions on the 2082, Natural Science Building, at characters are unusually deft in their speculate about. Dr. Vane, in choos-
student cabinet, status of officers, edi- which Prof. Walter Mulford, head of enactments. Having not read the book, ing his characters, has employed a
torship of the handbook, publishing the Department of Forestry at the I which we hear is not one of Dickens' contrasting variety of persons, whose
work, publicity staff, counselling posi- University of California, will speak. more popular tomes, this column ca lives and personalities he has woven
tions in Freshman camp, permanent Preforesters are particularly urged not vouch for the fidelity with which into a pleasing pattern, and the ac-
summer counselling jobs in the S.C.A. to attend if possible and any others the translation to the screen has been tion of the play has been worked into
camp (salaried). Positions for stu- interested will be welcomemade. For those who do not tire of a a rather bombastic climax which is
dents are available in all activities Inwell-spun tale which is enfeebled only effective and altogehter charming.
of the S.C.A. ranging from sociological ; by its less interesting (and these are "Outward Bound" is further blessed
to social. Under the merit system Delta Epsilon Pi meets at 7 30 p.m., rare) moments, and for those who with a constant sprinkling of humor
of the Michigan League points are nion. lmemers please e pres- "have read" Dickens, "Great Expecta- which is neither brilliant nor dull,
awarded to women working for the ent tions" should prove more than pleas- but which successfully relieves the
S.C.A. All students desiring to bef urable. I seriousness.
try-outs aresrequested to make an Freshman Rendezvous Club is hold- Heny Hull in his role of Magwitch
aponmn ypoigLn aling a dance this evening at Lane IHnyHl nhsrl fMgic Play Production has grasped thej
appointment by phoning Lane Halll he R en o tran -convict,rough-and-tumble com- spirit of "Outward Bound" in mostly
at 8969 before Feb. 12. Hall. The Rendezvous orchestra will batant, and adventurer - is ideal. In every aspect, and although it may
Dfurnish music for dancing from 9:30 h short, he is Dickensian, and that's seem a bit messy to some, the fault
Sial Directors, Sorority Chaper- to 12:30. All members and their all that's to be desired in "Great Ex- is as much that of the playwright as
ons, Hohseheads, Undergraduate friends are invited to attend. pectations." The opening scenes of of anyone else, oecause there is so
Women: "Great Expectations," where Mag- much dependent on the imagination
The closing hour for those women Centemporary: A meeting of the witch (Henry Hull) meets Pip in of the audience. The intellectual
who attend the Interfraternity Ball Poetry Staff at the office in the Stu- the grisly graveyard, compare fav- plane of the play is neither high nor
tonight is 2 a.m. dent Publications Building, 4 p.m. orably photographically and hair- low, but it has an immense appeal
All members must be present. Any- raisingly with anything achieved yet to the average audience.
Unlversity Broadcasting: one interested in this department is by the Hollywood master minds Tr
9:15-9:30 a.m.-Laboratory Pro- urged to attend this meeting. whose business it is to devise this t Teqally by Hae selrod and
gran for University Speech Class. sort of thing. Other scenes worthy most equally by Hattie Bell Ross and
2:00-2:30 p.m. - Speech Series- Independents-J-Hop Booths: of more than passing commendation Frank Funk with Miss Ross ahead
Topic : ''Voice Control"- John H. There will be a meeting of all in- are those in which the returning a beau ifully th at heme o
Mpysketis, sp sdependents desiring to form booths Magwitch introduces himself to Pip, the stage, and both offering superb
phonetics. _at the Union at 5 o'clock. now turned gentleman, and the river
scene in which Pip attempts to spirit
Women Students: Individual sports Stalker Hall: Come to the party at Magwitch out of England.
test will be given as follows : 8 p.m. Clever entertainment has The "comedy" exemplifies all that
Tennis - Saturday, Jan. 19, 9:30, been planned for your enjoyment. is bad in movieland. It is a cheap
idWaterman Gymnasium. Join in the fun here with your friends. concoction about sailors and marines _- Toa-Saturday
Riding -Meet at Barbour Gym- nd features an uninteresting pair PAtLINE LORD in
tuentssig to take these Coming Eventsof hoof ers.No sale! Also, there "MRS WIGGS OF THE
Stdnswshn otketeeCmigEets no Paul j ompkins organ program, CABBAGE PATCH"
tests are asked to report at the hour Engineers: On Monday, Jan. 21, at which would seem to be a flaw in the
indicated. 7:30 p.m., Major Ralph Royce, Com- Thursday-Saturday programs at the WANR-AND-
mander of Selfridge Field, will give Michigan.h eiLn
Al! Non-Alilated Women who wish an illustrated lecture on the Army -G.M.W., Jr. Chr1e C n in London
to be Committee Chairmen or mem- Air Corps Alaskan Flight of last year. Commin Sunday
bers of a Committee for the Assembly The talk will be given in the Natural COURT RULES ON BONDS JANET GAYNOR m
Ball are urged to see. Georgina Karl- Science Auditorium, open to the pub- NEW YORK, Jan, 17.- WP) - An "SERVANT'S ENTRANCE"
son, in the Undergraduate Offices of lic. order of Supreme Court Justice Aaron
the League, Thursday, from 1 to 3 _ t-- -- ---b.. _
gfetere n file tday req'uires the Seth-

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WIND DAMAGES BUILDING
DETROIT, Jan. 17. - ( ) - A high
,v nd that at times reached a velocity
of 42 miles an hour, tore part of the
brick facing from a four-story flat
building at Fourteenth and Buchanan
s dfeets this morning. Traffic was,
Sblocked for two hours.
characterizations. Claire Gorman
and Goddard Light, as the young
lovers, blend their work well, and al-
though their parts are not as difficult
as some of the others, are to be com-
mended. Charles Harrell is best in
his most dramatic moments. James
Doll and Carl Nelson are self-con-
scious but not unconvincing. Daniel
Goldman mystifies quite successfully.
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See Mrs. Silver, 607 E. Hoover, op-
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p.m., Friday, from 4 to 6 p.m., or Sat-
urday, from 131 until noon. Those not
able to come at these hours are asked
to call her and make a future ap-
pointment.
Free Billiard Instructions: All next
week at the Michigan Union by an
experienced teacher. No charge what-
ever for use of tables or instruction.
Register now at Union billiard room.
Academic Notices
English 261: This class will meet
Saturday at 9 o'clock in Room 3212
A.H.
E. L. Griggs
Candidates for the Master's Degree
in History: The language examina-
tion for candidates for the Master's
degree in History will be held in Room
B, Haven, Friday p.m., Jan. 18, at
4 o'clock.
Gcclogy 11: The make-up bluebook
will be given in Room 3056 N.S. at
at 3:00 p.m., Friday.

Cercle Francais: The Michiganen-
sian picture will be taken at Dey's
Studio Monday, Jan. 21, at 5:10 p.m.
Each member is required to pay 25
cents for the picture and the page.
A.A.U.W. meeting Saturday, Jan.
19, at 3 o'clock, in the Michigan
League Ballroom, Founders' Day
celebration. Mrs. Susan Semer, Color-
atura Soprano, will sing.
Lutheran Student Club: Rev. Men-
ter, of Detroit, will speak at the meet-
ing Sunday evening. Last meeting
of the club this semester on account
of final exams.
The students will meet at 5:30 p.m.
in the parish hall of the Zion Luth-
eran Church on Washington Street.
A Skating Party will be held Sat-
urday afternoon at Highland Lake
by the U-M Outdoor Club for mem-
bers and friends. The group will go
by truck, leaving the Women's Field
House at 1:15 p.m. and returning to
town before 6 p.m. The cost will be
between 20 and 30 cents. Reserva-
tions for transportation may be made
by calling James Loughnian, 23677.
If the weather is suitable there will
also be skiing and tobogganing.
All Students: The Women's Athlet-
ic Association and the Outdoor Club
are sponsoring an outdoor party, Sat-
urday, Jan. 19, at Highland Lake.
The group will leave the Women's
Athletic Building at 1:15 p.m. and
return about 5:30 p.m. Bring your

lehem Steel Co., in effect, to pay in-
terest on an issue of bonds at the old
gold parity of the dollar.

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own skates. Toboggan and skiis
may be obtained at the Women's
Field House. The cost will be about
30 cents. All interested students are
invited to attend.
MAJESTI C
MATINEES 30c - EVENINGS 40c
Ending Tonight
Shows at 2:00 - 3:50 - 7:00 - 9:00
KATHARINE
HEPBURN
in
Sir James M. Barrie's
"THE LITTLE MINISTER"
0 TOMORROW 0
in SAMUEL 61.DWYN'S production of -
10ID MILLI AoNS!
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Lectures

Vniversity Lecture:
Professor E. B. Stason, of the Law
Schoo l, will speak on the subject,
"Tax Revision," at 4:15 p.m., Friday,
Jan. 18, in the Natural Science Audi-

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No nlccd 0to give up your favorite sport because
of incleiCt iweather. -- Open until 6 P. in.

PLAY PRODUCTION
Presents
"OUTWARD BOUND"
by Sittlon Vane
A Highly Dramatic Play of the Super-Natural
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