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THE MICHIGAN ,DAILY

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1934

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
.,, _-+ht - MI i on is+itivie notipe to all members of the
Unversity. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President
L- .b1 5:.v, L., .11. ott. ~ uw ity.

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Notices

Former Camp Fire Girls, Girl
Scouts, and Girl Reserves who are
I interested in Alpha Gamma Sigma,
women's organization composed of
members of these groups, are invit-
ed to call 21794 or 3592 and give their
names and telephone numbers before
Saturday evening.

To the M. mbrs (f the University
Ccum i: 'hc fr runeutn for the
year 1 . i$ >vl be hi Id 0] ]VIon-
day, Ot. 8, t 4: I, p. i, in Room

1009 /Ar %1! P::l. I Theatre and Art Committee of the
LcuiS A. floftLinsil League: There will be a short meeting
Secictary, Uiversity Council at 5 p. in. on 1riday, Oct. 5. Notify
the chairman, Sue Calcutt at 22543,
Notice to Freshmen: Those students if absence is necessary. This commit-
who have not yet taken the tests tee includes the following:
required for all entering freshmen Marion Anderson, Betty Ann Bar-
will be expected to make up these thel, Ruth E. Boomhawer, Lucy Car-
examinations on Thursday and Fri- tozian, .Helen .Compton, .Francis
day, Oct. 4 and 5, in Room 1025 An- Drake, Eloise Fliteraft, Louise Florez,
~gell Hall. Louise French, Dorothy Geldhart,
S H h isdteEg.he-Jean Marie Greenwald, Ardell Hardy,
Those who missed the English ex- Rachel Lease, Elizabeth Long, Marie
aiaock Thursdyl , Oct. 4. Thosewho Mette, Betty McOmber, Elizabeth Nic-
missed the Psychological examina- ol, Virginia Randolph, Elsie Roxbor-
tion should report at three o'clock ough, Mary L. Schwendt, Mildred
Fiday, Octh. 5. Shapley, Helen Strand, Laura Zim-
merman, Ona J. Thornton, Eleanor
These tests take precedence over M. Christensen, Ruth Goutremont,
all other appointments including class Catherine V. Koch, Rosanna Man-
work. Be on time. chester, Janet Ruth Neaman, Frances
Work will be completed in time for Odell, Elizabeth Moore, Jean Keller,
students to attend the five o'clock Charlotte Whitman, Grace Gray,
hygiene lectures. Marietta Martinek.
Ira M. Smith, Registrar
Faculty, College of Literature,, All Freshmen wishing to pledge a
Science, and the Arts: Attendance re- uld exchange their Interfrmaster
port cards are being distributeds .e.r
through Department Offices. Instruc- Council registration receipt for a
tors are requested to report absences preference slip at the office of the
to my office in accordance with the f Dean of Students (Room 2 Univ. Hall)
between 8:00 a. m. and 12:30 p. m.
-rules printedon tse cards. Friday, Oct. 5. These preference slips
W. R. Humphreys, must be filled out and returned to
Assistant Dean the same room between 1:30 and 5:00
p. m. Friday, Oct. 5.
Women Students Attending the piFdyO.
Chicago-Michigan Football Game:)
Women students wishing to attend Academic'Notices
the C4iicago-Michigan football game
are required to register in the Office German 1, new Section 14 (Mr.
of the Dean of Women. Striedieck) will meet in Room 12
A letter of permission from parents East Hall, MTuThF at 9:00 a. m.
must be received in the Dean of
Women's Office not later than Thurs-
day,, Oct. 11. If a student wishes to Ponselle Program: Rosa Ponselle,
go otherwise than by trai'n special Soprano, assisted by Stuart Ross,
permission for such mode of travel pianist, will give the following pro-
must be inclded1 in the parent's let- gram in the opening Choral Union
ter. Concert, Wednesday evening, Oct. 24,

Aria, "Merce Dilleto Amiche"
" Vespri Siciliani")....... Verdi
Miss Ponselle
Two Spanish Dances: Cordabo,
Malaguena .............. Lecuona
Mr. Ross
A Memory ...........Rudolph Ganz
Dedication .. ....R. Schumann
To the Birds .............. G. Hue
A Slumber Song of the
Madonna.........Michael Head
Love's in My Heart ......Woodman
Miss Ponselle
Other attractions to be heard in1
the Choral Union series include, Law.
rence Tibbett, Nov. 1; Don Cossackj
Chorus, Nov. 19; Josef Szigeti, Dec.
3; Boston Symphony Orchestra, Dec.
11; Lotte Lehmann, Jan. 25; Jose It-
urbi, Feb. 12; Gordon String Quartet,
Feb. 20; Artur Schnabel, March 4;
and the Cleveland Symphony Orches-
tra, March 28.
Exhibitions
A memorial exhibition of the paint-
ings of Gari Melchers will be shown
in the West Gallery of Alumni Me-
morial Hall until Oct. 14, inclusive.
This exhibition is open from * 1:30
o'clock to 5:00 p. m. every day includ-
ing Sundays and is sponsored by the
Ann Arbor Art Association.
Events Today
Applied Mechanics Colloquim:
First meeting of the year in Room 445
West Engineering Building. Pro-
fessor Timoshenko will speak on
"Laboratories in Europe." Details of
the meetings for the year will be dis-
cussed at this meeting.

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CLASSIFIED DIRECTORI

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CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING
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Advertising Department. 'F1hc ne 2-1214.
The classified columns cio., -,t five
o'clock previous to day of 'iiiertion.
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extra charge.
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(on basis of five average words to
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Minimum three lines per Iiertion.
By contract, per ine- 2 li1(; dally, one
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letters. Add 6c per line to abode lfor
bold face, upper and lower case. Add 1e
per line to above rates; for hold faceI
capital letters.
The above rates are for 71 point
type.
FOR RENT - HOUSES
FQR RENT: Small house near cam-
pus and downtown. Furnished or
unfurnished. 1412 Geddes. Phone
5316.

FOR RENT - ROOMS
DOUBLE ROOM: Clean and cheerful.!
Reasonable. 802 Oakland. Phone
7686.
SINGLE room for woman in Apt. 1.
238 S. Thayer, west of Hill Audi-
torium. Phone 3839.1
FOR RENT - APARTMENTS
TWO-ROOM apartment. Excellent1
location. 1115 S. University.
FOR RENT: Apartment with private-
bath and shower for 3 or 4 men.
Law student desires roommate. 422
E. Washington. Phone 8544, also
front double room at 426 E. Wash-
ington.
3-ROOM furnished apartment. Pri-
vate bath. No other roomers. Suit-
able for student and wife. 525 S.
Division.
TWO-ROOM APARTMENT., private
bath, prefer married couple. 727 F.
Kinsley.
LAUNDRY
STUDENT Hand Laundry. Prices rea-
sonable. Free delivery. Phone 3006
9x
REASONABLE prices for student
laundry. Hand work. Soft water.
Call for and deliver. Phone 5288.

LOST AND FOUND
LOST.,: Small red fountaiuNpen,. Be-
tween U. High and Washtenaw. Call
3556.-
LOST: A pair of silver rimmed ghasses
ins a3soft baklahr(S5.Ls
Saturday b etwen League and 820
Hill St. Return to 820 Hill or ihone
8907.

LOST: White, black-eared female
pup. Three months old. has green
collar. Call 2-2481.
LOST: Gold bar pin. Black cameo.
Reward. Call Mary E. Davy, 396
Jordan Hall.
LOST: Gamma Phi BEda pin. Sunday
morning on S. University or Wil-
liam Sts. or on diagonal. Phone
Marie Murphy, 2-2217. Reward.
HELP WANTED
WANTED: Student registered phar-
macist, Alterniate evenings and
Sundays. Campus Drug Co. Ypsi-
lanti, Mich. Phone 1708.
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES
Call the Kempf Music Studios for
artistic piano tuning. Terms rea-
sonable. Phone 6328. lx
STUDENTS wanted to have their pic-
tures taken. Reduced prices: one
8x10 portrait in frame, only $2.00.
Campus Studio, 311 S. State St.,
second floor.

A.S.C.E.: There will1
at the Union at 7:30.

be a meetingI

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Graduate women are invited to
register in the office.
Byrl Fox Bacher,
Assistant Dean of Women
Cheral Union Ushers: Sign up at
Hill Auditorium Box office Thursday
or Friday between 4:30 and 5:30 p.
m.
R.O.T.C.: Measurements will be
taken for basic and advanced course
uniforms today between the hours
8:00 a. m. to 5:00 p. m.

at 8:15 o'clock in Hill Auditorium:
Aria, "Divintes du Styx" ("Alceste")
Miss Ponselle . ... Christoph Gluck,
Chi Vuol Comprar' La Bella
Calandrina .....Niccolo Jommelli
A L'Aime............. Fontenailles
Guitares et Mandolines . Saint-Saens
Der Erlkoenig...........Schubert
Miss Ponselle
Theme and Varia-
tions ........ Corelli-Tartini-Ross
Etude in A Major .......... Chopin
Etude in C Minor .......... Chopin
Mr. Ross

A. 1. Ch. E.: First meeting, 7:30 in
the Seminar room (3201), East En-
gineering Bldg. Prof. G. G. Brown1
will speak on a topic of interest to
Chemical Engineers. A special elec-
tion will also be held. All interested,
includiing freshmen, are cordially in-
vited to attend. Refreshments.
Varsity Glee Club: Regular re-
hearsal of the Varsity Glee Club at
7:30 p. mn. at the Glee Club rooms in
the Union. All old and new men are
expected to be present and on time.
Vanguard Club meeting at the
Michigan Union at 7:30 p. m. Mr.
Milsie in conjunction with several
local relief workers will lead a dis-
cussion on the local relief strike which
occurred this summer. Visitors are
cordially invited to attend.
Michigan Dames: The Art Group of
of the Michigan Dames will meet at
the home of Mrs. G. Carl Huber, 1330
Hill Street, this evening, at eight
o'clock. A cordial invitation is ex-
tended to all Dames interested in
this group. As this is the first meet-
ing, a large attendance is urged.
Open Field Hockey for all interest-
ed at 4:15, Palmer Field. A team
from the players who have been prac-
ticing will play the Ann Arbor Hockey
Club.
Coming Events
Cosmopolitan Club will meet for the
first time Saturday, Oct. 6, 8:00 p.
m., Lane Hall. President Alexander
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 dikcuss-
ed at this meeting. Program and
refreshments.
Hillel Players: Those wishing to
tryout for roles in the two one-act
plays to be presented by the Hillel
Players on Oct. 21, must be at the
Hillel Foundation, Friday afternoon
at five o'clock for a short meeting.
Tryouts for technical work, acting,
business staff, and directing must be
present. All members, and all stu-
dents eligible to engage in outside
:activities may try out.
Congregational Dance in the
church parlors, Friday, Oct. 5. Con-
gregational students and their friends
invited. Ping-pong, bridge.
Hike and Canoeing for Graduate
Students: The Graduate Outing Club,

-Associated Press Photo
George Harle, to make certain he
would get a good World Series seat,
parked himself outside a gate at
Sportsman's park in St. Louis five full
days before the Cards and the Detroit
Tigers move to St. Louis after the
first two games in Detroit-
Kelsey Takes Position
At Cranbrook School
Hubert Kelsey, former secretary to
Prof. George R. LaRue of the zoo]pgy
department, has left the University
to take a position as secretary of the
Cranbrook institute of science at
Bloomfield, Michigan.
Mr. Kelsey entered the Medical
School here in 1924 but transferred
to the literary college. For several
years after graduation he did gradu-
ate work in the English department.
He served as secretary to Professor
LaRue for the past nine years in con-
nection with the work of the Univer-
sity biological station.
EXTRADITION DELAYED
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., Oct. 3-
u?) --Extradition of H. Henry Bloom
from Kansas to Alpena County, Mich.,
was again delayed Tuesday when the
Missouri Supreme Court opened the
way for his attorneys to take his case
to the United States Supreme Court.
which is an informal campus organi-
zation, is sponsoring a combined hike
and canoe trip for all graduate stu-
'dents who care to attend. The group
will meet on the steps of Angell Hall
Sunday afternoon at 3:00 and will
return about seven or eight after sup-
per near the river. It will be possible
to hike out and back and pay 25c
for supper, or to canoe half the time
and hike half at a cost of 50c with
supper included, or for 75c to canoe
all the way, supper included. Those
,who are going should sign one of
the G. O. C. notices, indicating at
the same time which of these three
arrangements they wish to make.
Sign not later than 6:00 Saturday on
one of the following bulletin boards:
'Library, Angell Hall basement, Main
Engineering near Engineering Libra-
ry, west door of Natural Science Audi-
torium.
WUERTH TODAY ONLY
---DOUBLE FEATURE
BOLES in----
JOHN
"WILD GOLD"
tnd RAMON NOVARRO in
"LAUGHING BOY"
--- TOMORROW
HAL LEROY in
"HAROLD TEEN"
and WARREN WILLIAM in
'yUPPER WORLD"
Continuous Daily 2 to 11
15cto 6 P.M. 25c after 6

PERSONAL laundry service. We take I
individual interest in the laundry
STwenty Years go problems of our customers. Girls
silks, wools, and fine fabrics guar-
From 4h Daily files of anteed. Men's shir4y our specialty
Call for and deliver. Phone 5594.
611 E. Hoover. 2x
FROM THE DAILY FILES OF
OCTOBER, 4, 1914 STUDENT SPECIAL: Rough dry 8c
OCllinguptOelargpound. Shirts, beautiful hand fin-
Rolling up the largest total that a ish, 10c extra. Home Hand Laun-
Michigan team has ever scored in the dry. 520 E. Liberty, 628 Packard.
eighteen games against the Cleve- Phone 8894. 5x
landers, the Varsity ran wild on Case --
yesterday afternoon in a 69 to 0 game. STUDENT LAUNDRY. Good soft
* water. Will call for and deliver.
Freshmen and sophomores will Telephone 4863. 3x
settle class grudges under the auspices LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sax darned.
of the Student Council and with the Careful work at low price. 4x
sanction of the University authorities Carefu _ ___k______pric. _4_
on Ferry Field at 9:30 o'clock, next WANTED
Saturday morning.
* * * WANTED: MEN'S OLD AND NEW'
All contributions in the contest for suits. Will play 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 dol-
writing the music of the 1915 Union lars. Phone Ann Arbor 4306. Chi-
opera must be submitted by October cago Buyers. Temporary office, 200
30 at the Union. North Main. 7x
Four hundred seventy-three Uni- READ THE
versity women arenow members of CLASSI FI ED ADS
the omens Legue

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Theatregoers of this city may pre-
pare themselves for the pictorial treat
of a lifetime when Annette Kellerman,
"The Diving Venus with Form Di-
vine," appears here October 14 in the
film masterpiece of the world, "Nep-
tune's Daughter."
* .
When the new reinforced concrete
football stand is thrown open to the
public for occupancy at the Vander-
bilt game, the first unit of the most
perfectly designed concrete stadiumk
in America will be finished.
Fountain Pens - Typewriters
-EXPERT SERVICE--
302 SOUTH STATE STREET
' MAJESTIC

INSTRUCTIONS
Every form of dancing.
Open 10 to 10. Terrace
Garden Studio. Wuerth
Theatre Bldg. Ph. 9695

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15c to 6 25c after 6
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JACK HOLT
FAY WRAY
MOON""
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CONWAY TEARLE
NOEL FRANCIS
F IF TEEN
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NOW ON SCREEN
First
ord Series
Game:
DETROIT vs. CARDINALS

CHORAL UNION
56th Annual Series
OCTOBER 24-
ROSA PONSELLE
Renowned prima donna of
the Metropolitan and- other
operas.
NOVEMBER 1-
LAWRENCE
TI BBETT
Distinguished in opera, con-
cert, the radio, and the
movies.
NOVEMBER 19-
DON COSSACK
RUSSIAN CHORUS
SERGE JAROFF, Conductor
The "Singing Horsemen of
the Steppes." Thirty-six ex-
patriated former officers of
the Imperial Russian Army.
DiECEMBER 3-
JOSEF SZIGETI
Hungarian violin virtuoso. A
favorite throughout Europe
and America.
DECEMBER 11-
BOSTON
SYMP HONY
ORCH ESTRA
SERGE KOUSSEVITZKY,
Conductor.
110 players in the fourth con-
secutive annual An Arbor
concert.
JANUARY 25-
LOTTE LEHMANN
World renowned prima don-
na in her first Ann Arbor
concert.
FEBRUARY 12-
JOSE ITURBI
Eminent Spanish pianist and
conductor in recital.
FEBRUARY 20-
GORDON
QUARTET
JACQUES GORDON,
First Violinist
RALPH SILVERMAN,
Second Violinist
PAUL ROBYN,
Viola
NAOUM BENDITZKY,
'Cellist
MARCH 4-
ARTUR SCHNABEL
Recognized world exponent
of Beethoven music in an "all
Beethoven" program.
MARCH 28-
.,CLEVELAND
ORCHESTRA
ARTUR RODZINSKI,
Conductor
A forefront orchestra under a
dynamic leader in an Ann
Arbor debut.
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