THE MICHIGAN DAILY
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3,
AT TIlE WHITNEY the mysticisms of voodoism, and ini-
DOUBLE FEATURE tiated her into the native cult. The
"BLACK MOON" subsequent happenings reach an ef-
"FIFTEEN WIVES" fective and exciting climax, bringing
The current Whitney offering the huhand to the island, and pre-
would be much better if "Fifteen cipitating some unusual develop-
Wives" had been left off the program, ments.
because "Black Moon" is not only Except for the several scenes inf
pretty good entertainment, but has which the acting of Jack Holt andI
a distinctness that is seldom found Fay Wray is unpardonably stilted,'
in any picture. It is the story of a "Black Moon" is a well-done picture.1
woman who was brought up on a na- Dorothy Burgess, in the principal
tive island somewhere in the south role, is good, and the other elements
seas. She is married to a successful which make up the picture are well
business man in New York, and has executed and presented.
a young daughter. But she is un- "Fifteen Wives" is a mystery, but
happy for a reason that no one is a very poor one, with a sloppy plot,
able to find out. However, she wants awful dialogue, and impossible acting.
to return to her home for a visit to Conway Tearle is the chief offender,
daughter and her husband's secretary and is aided by Natalie Mogrehead
her uncle. She does, taking her and Raymond Hatton. If you can
with her. The natives become vio- manage to arrive at the Whitney for
lently excited over her return, and the other picture, see it. But avoid
the situation becomes dangerous for this. It is the world's worst hour
everyine concerned. It is eventually of agony for anyone who likes good
discovered that she was brought up entertainment.
by a native nurse who taught her
C. B. C.
LWILY OQ, EJCIAL BULLETIN
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.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1934
VOL. XLV No. 8
Faculty Members and all others in
charge of buildings heated by the cen-
tral Power Plant or occupying space
in same-During fairly warm weath-
er, a large quantity of heat can be
wasted by opening windows with
steam on the radiators. This means,
of course, that University coal is be-
ing burned to heat the out-of-doors.
May we have your cooperation in our
efforts to economize by seeing to it
that windows are closed in offices,
research laboratories, or other spaces
occupied after our regular janitor
force is through for the day.
E. C. Parson, Supt.
Buildings & Grounds Dept.
Notice: Those students whose ap-
plications for driving privileges have
been approved and on file in this of-
fice for a week or more are requested
to call for their permit tags without
W. B. Rea,
Assistant to the Dean of Students
Notice to Freshmen: Those students
who have not yet taken the tests
required for all entering freshmen
will be expected to make up these
examinations on Thursday and Fri-
day, Oct. 4 and 5, i'Room 1025 An-
Those who missed the English ex-
aminations should report at three
o'clock Thursday, Oct. 4. Those who
missed the Psychological examina-
tion should report at three o'clock
Friday, Oct. 5.
These tests take precedence over
all other appointments including class
Work. Be on time.
Work will be completed in time for
students to attend the five o'clock
Ira M. Smith, Registrar
Faculty, College of Literature,
Science, and the Arts: Attendance re-
port cards are being distributed
through Department Offices. Instruc-
tors are requested to report absences
to my office in accordance with the
rules printed on these cards.
W. R. Humphreys,
Candidates for the Rhodes Scholar-
ships should procure an application
blank from the Secretary of the His-
tory Department, Room 119, Haven
Hall, and see the Chairman of the
Committee, Professor A. L. Cross,
Room 118 Haven Hall, at his office
hours, before the first of November.
The Hillel Foundation: There has
been a misprint in the cards sent
out to the Jewish students on the
campus. The Open House scheduled
for Oct. 3 will be held some time in
the near future, time to be announced.
English for Foreign Students:
Those who plan to join the special
class for foreign students should not
fail to attend the meeting in Room
1209, Angell Hall, at 4 o'clock, Wed-
nesday. The hours for this course
will be arranged as nearly as possible
to accommodate those enrolling.
' J. 1. Nelson,
Counsellor to Foreign Students
All Signal Corps Juniors and Sen-
iors report to Lieut. Wallington before
Thursday morning, Oct. 4.
Open Field Hockey for all interested
Thursday of this week at 4:15, Pal-
mer Field. A team from the players
who have been practicing will play
the Ann Arbor Hockey Club.
Choral Union "Tryouts": There are
a few vacancies in the Tenor and Bass
sections of the Choral Union. A lim-
ited number of Sopranos and Con-
traltos will also be accepted tenta-
tively on the "waiting list." Candi-
dates may "tryout" in studio 216,
mezzanine floor, School of Music
Building, Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday, from 3 to 5, Miss Hunt in
History 237: Seminar in Hispanic-
American History, will meet in 303
General Library., Wednesday, 4-6.
English 197, English Honors Course:
The class will meet on Fridays at 4
p.. m. in Room 3212 Angell Hall.
Warner G. Rice
German 1, new Section 14 (Mr.
Striedieck) will meet in Room 12
Vast Hall, MTuThF at 9:00 a. m.
Mr. Samuel S. Wyer, prominent
consulting engineer, will lecture on
"Contributions toa Way Out of To-
day's Depression," Wednesday, Oct.
3, at 8 p.m., in Natural Science Audi-
torium. This lecture, sponsored by
the Michigan Technic, is open to all
Mechanical Engineers will hold an
important meeting of the A. S. M. E.
at 7:30 p. m., at the Union. All are
urged to attend. Refreshments.
Chemical Engineering Seminar:
Professor W. L. McCabe will be the
speaker at the Seminar at 4 o'clock,
room 3201 E. Eng. Bldg., on the sub-
ject, "Thermal Properties and Vapor
Pressures of Sodium Hydroxide Solu-
Deutscher Kirkel: Business meeting
at 8 p. m., Michigan League. Elec-
tion of officers will take place and
plans for the year will be discussed.
Members and others who are inter-
ested are invited to attend.
Freshmen Glee Club: All the basses
who were at the meeting of the Fresh-
men Glee Club last Wednesday after-1
noon and did not try out and all other
Freshmen who are interested in try-
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tached, will be considered a violation
of the ruling and will be disciplined
(4) All permits must be renewed
when the 1935 State license plates
are required or as soon as the new
tags are purchased. At such time,
new sets of permit tags bearing the
current license number will be issued
at no additional cost to the holders.
All permit tags obtained this fall will
be void as soon as it is unlawful to
drive with 1934 license plates.
(5) Where any appreciable saving
in transportation costs is realized,
students may drive their cars to Ann
Arbor, and place them in dead stor-
age until vacation periods. This pro-
vision will not be available to students
whose homes are relatively close to
the University, for example, cities
within a 150-mile radius of Ann Ar-
bor. Such an arrangement when ap-
proved will not entitle the owners of
the cars to any especial consideration
with respect to temporary or week-
end driving privileges. Full informa-
tion on stored cars, including name
and address of owner and location of
storage, must be reported to this of-
fice before the beginning of the school
,year. After that date, cars may not
be brought to Ann Arbor, unless the
circumstances are first approved by
(6) The operation of a car by; anl
out-of-town student, in and about hisl
home, will not be considered a mat-I
ter of concern to university authori-I
a) The car is not driven through
or within the immediate vicinity of
(b) Such driving does not involve
a violation of any law or traffic ordin-
(7) Students within the following
groups may apply for exemption from
the ruling by calling in person at the
office of the Dean of Students and re-
porting the make, type, and license
number of the car.
(a) Those who are 26 years of age,
(b) Those who are receiving cred-
it for not more than five hours of
academic work per semester.
(c) Those who hold University
positions which entitle them to the
faculty rating of teaching assistant
or its equivalent.
ing out will please report at the Musi-
cal Activities rooms on the third floor
of the Union at 4:30 this afternoon.
Pi Lambda Theta: All members are
invited to attend an organization
meeting in the Pi Lambda Theta
room-2533 U. E. S. at 7:30 p. m.
Alpha Nu speech society will hold
its first smoker in the Alpha Nu room,
fourth floor of Angell Hall at 7:30.
All men interested in speech activi-
ties are cordially invited to attend.
Forestry Club . Meeting: First For-
esttry Club meeting at 7:30 p. in.,
2039 Natural Science Building.
Everyone urged to attend.
Elective Sports-Women Students:
Students participating in elective
sports who have not had a medical
examination this year are asked to
report at the Wom 's Athletic
Building today from 4 to 5 o'clock for
a heart and lung recheck.
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-Associated Press Photo
These three New Jersey state troopers, who have been on duty at
the entrance to the Lndbergh estate near Hopewell, N. J., for 31 months,
soon are to be recalled. Trooper William Sawyer is shown questioning
a motorist who drove up to the entrance of the carefully guarded estate,
as his companions, John Genz and Joseph Wolf, look on.
28 Will Become U. S. ' Cold Fit i f
Citizens Here Today Of Headth Service
At least 28 persons will become j
American citizens when they receive Colds and pulmonary diseases have
their final papers from Judge A. filled the Health Service infirmary
Golden, of Monroe County, this morn- to capacity, Dr. William M. Brace,
ing at the naturalization hearing the
county building. Health Service physician, said yester-
Judge Golden is officiating in the day.
absence of Judge George W. Sample, "While common colds, usually prev-
who is still confined to his bed with alent at this time of the year, account
a severe case of grippe. The hearing for most of the patients," he stated,
will also receive petitions for first "there are two certain cases of pneu-
papers and filing of declarations of monia, and another case which will
intention. probably develop into pneumonia."
The October session of the Wash- Dr. Brace said that pneumonia may
tenaw Circuit Court, scheduled to easily develop from a cold, and that
open Monday, was postponed, due to any student who has a persistent
Judge Sample's illness. Doctors say, cold should report to the Health Serv-
however, that he is not in danger, ice for treatment.
and expect him to return to his duties Despite the fact that all beds in
in about a week. the infirmary are occupied at the
Lindbergh Estate Gua rds To Be Recalled
FOR SALE: E Flat Alto saxophone,
cost $150, take $60 cash, or consider
terms. R. L. Beach, 1418 W. Huron.
FOR RENT -ROOMS
SINGLE room for woman in Apt. 1.
238 S. Thayer, west of Hill Audi-
torium. Phone 3839.
TWO ROOMS: Excellent location.
1115 South University.
FRONT SINGLE room, very attrac-
tive. In campus district. Reasonable.
LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low price. 4x
WANTED: MEN'S OLD AND NEW
suits. Will play 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 dol-
lars. Phone Ann Arbor 4306. Chi-
cago Buyers. Temporary office, 200
North Main. 7x
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: A pair of silver rimmed glasses
in a soft black leather case. Lost
Saturday between League and 820
Hill St. Return to 820 Hill or phone
LOST: White, black-eared female
pup. Three months old. Has green
collar. Call 2-3481.
LOST: Gold bar pin. Black cameo.
Reward. Call Mary E. Davy, 396
LOST: Gamma Phi Beta pin. Sunday
morning on S. University or Wil-
liam Sts. or on diagonal. Phone
Marie Murphy, 2-2217. Reward.
WANTED: Student registered phar-
macist. Alternate evenings and
Sundays. Campus Drug Co. Ypsi-
lanti, Mich. Phone 1708.
TWO-ROOM APARTMENT., private
bath, prefer married couple. 727 E.
PERSONAL laundry service. We take
individual interest in the laundry
problems of our customers. Girls'
silks, wools, and fine fabrics guar-
anteed. Men's shirts our specialty.
Call for and deliver. Phone 5594.
611 E. Hoover. 2x
FOR RENT - APARTMENTS
Unusual opportunity to secure very
desirable 5-room, unfurnished up-
per duplex apartment. Heat and
utilities furnished. Southeast, con-
venient to campus. Phone 5929.
3-ROOM furnished apartment. Pri-
vate bath. No other roomers. Suit-
able 'for student and wife. 525 S.
NASH GOLDEN RULE custom tai-
lored clothes. Suits or topcoats to
order-$23.50 to $27.50. "Chick"
Krug, Service'Shop, 214 East Wash-
ington St., second floor. Phone
2-1910 for appointment. Anytime,
Pi Tau Pi Sigma business meeting
tonight at 7:30, Michigan Union,
National Student League meets at
7:30 p. m., Room 304 at the Union.
Members and all interested are re-
quested to attend.
Phi Sig~na meeting at 8:00 p. m.
in 2116 Natural Science Building.
Mr. T. P. Haines will talk on "Ob-
servations on Kingfishers." There is
to be an election of two new officers.
Refreshments will be served.
A.S.C.E.: There will be a meeting
at the Union Thursday, Oct. 4, at 7:30.
Cosmopolitan Club will meet for the
m., Lane Hall. President Alexander
first time Saturday, Oct. 6, 8:00 p.
G. Ruthven will deliver an address
of welcome to the new foreign stu-
dents on the campus. These students
as well as other foreign students and
any Americans interested in the ideals
of cosmopolitanism are cordially in-
vited to attend. Plans for further or-
ganization of the club will be discuss-
ed at this meeting. Programme and
present time, Dr. Brace said that no
one has been turned away or will be,
for extra patients may be sent to the
MAIL WRONG DATE
The 1200 cards mailed last week
to University students announcing an
open house at Hillel Foundation for
Sunday, Oct. 3, bore the wrong date,
Irving Levitt, '36, student director,
The date of the event will be an-
nounced in the near future, Levitt
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