THE MICHIGAN DAILY
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1935
with mathematics as their field of THE ST1ING QUARTET uhony Orchestra. w l t_ e -,. =-
concentration will be held in Room This evening those people who are pensation of mass ec
3011 Angell Hall at 9 a.m. Saturday. so fortuncate as to b able to attend thrilling. However he pu o; of
March 2. the concert given by the Gordon coccits is primarily
Stiing Qurt in il Au6dtorium losses are b side the pO
Scriclegy 238: This class will meet will have ie privilege of listening the greatest music writen u -
as usual on Wednesday. Feb. 20, but to one of a fast-vanishing kind of tet. and it is not ablrusc
thereaf ter will meet on Thursday af- muitsical organization. One by one the exceedingly understanal
ternoons from 3-5 in Room G, Haven famous .: cmbies are being forced to The quai tet has btn
Hall. Students wishing to elect the disband in order that their members of a catch phrase.
course may confer with Miss Valen- may seek fields in which their bread are intimte music ano
tine, Room 313, Haven Hall, on Thurs- and butter is more assured. It is a he nly in a smll ro
day, Feb. 21, between 3 and 5. national tragedy, or perhaps a com- is no legitimate reas
Make-up Final Examination for edy. if one chooses to look at it such a statemen. any more
Geclcgy 11, 12, and 121: Saturday, that way, that people will spend thou- the song should be hearid oy n e
March 2, at 2:00 p.m. ifRoom 2054 sands of dollars each aar for the small room. To be sure, fhero w e a iht
N. s. preservation of the buffalo, will allow be a gain in stuch a condition, so might
so rich a heritage of art as lies in the a violon concert gain by nto he
literature of ensemble music, to be- in a hall by five hondmed :ar an
Lectures come lost. as it certainly is when five thousand. But the phr e
French Lecture: Professor Marc there are no longer adequate per- well and makes good conrvun.
Denkinger will give the third lecture formers. and so the whis erig copain
on the Cercle Francais program: There is no half-mythical character succeeded in reducing thar:whe ofan-
"Un album humoristique de Toppfer: wvith a much-mouthed name, whom diences to the point whrrc vewl
Les aventures de M. Vieux Bois." (I- people may afterwards say,-with con- soon have no more qua:tets.
lustrated) Wednesday, February 20. scious pride "They have heard." There Chamber music has been the xaic-!
at 4:15, Room 231, Angell Hall. is no beautiful gown, no winning per- tim of vicious propagnda. i not
Tickets for the series of lectures sonality nor taking manners. Much the select few. but may be enjoyed
may be procured at the door. of the individuality of the four per- and appreciated by everyone who goes
formers as persons is lost as in a sym- and listens to it. -RN.
_ _. -i[t men w ith Clasified
Th la'sid colmns close at five
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ROOM desirable for graduate woman
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sure to drop in after classes or studies.
This tea will be a weekly affair. Watch'
for further anouncements.
Sigma Delta Chi: Important busi-'
ness meeting for actives only, 5 p.m.,
Student Publications Building. Regu-
lar luncheon meeting of pledges andI
actives Thursday noon in the Union.
Prof. Htyma Willl
Speak Todfa-y In
Leachers Of Ref ormation
Chemical Engineering Seminar:
A. C. Mueller will be the speaker at
the Seminar at 4 o'clock in Room
3201 E. Eng. Bldg. on the subject,
omin Events Will Be Topic Of Talk By
Observatory Journal Club will meet Wven-K own Authority
at 4:15 Thursday, Feb. 21, in the Ob- -______
servatory lecture room. Dr. W. Carl
Rufus will speak on "The Problem of Prof. Albert Hyma of the history
Xi Persei." Tea will be served at 4 department and Dr. William P.
xp.m. Lemon, local Presbyterian pastor,
vill speak at 4 p.m. today in the Up-
Geological Journal Club: Pro-Sem- per Room of Lane Hall in the second
I inar Meeting Thursday, 7:00 p.m. in cf the series of Student Chistian
Room 3065 N. S. "The Stratigraphy Inqtiry Lectures.
and Paleontology of the Silica For- The student guilds of the various
mation of Southeastern Michigan" churches ate sponsoing t.e series,
will be discussed by Miss V. Kline. and the purpose of the lectures is "tQ
stimulate interest of the memiber of
Iota Alpha: Meeting will be held the student body in histirical per-
on Thursday evening, Feb. 21, in the spective and to give a grasp of the
Seminar Room (3201 E. Eng. Bldg.) fundamental questions in Christian
at 7:30. Dr. Leslie A. White, of the thought.".
Museum of Anthropology, will be The subject of the lecture b Pro-
the speaker of the evening. His sub- fessor Hyma will be "The Reforma-i
ject is "Evolution of Technology, Tools tion--Luther, Calvin, Loyola, and
and Implements." Every member is Leo X." Dr. Lemon wul give a ta k
urged to be present. on "Religion In Account With Psy-
chology," and time for discussion4
Black Quill will meet Thursday, will be allowed after his speech.
Feb. 21, at 7:30 p.m., Michigan League T11e series will extend over a per-
All members must be present. iod of four weeks, two lectures being
given each Wednesday. The first of
Executive Committee of the Inter- the two speeches will include a p3e-
fraternity Council will meet Thursday, sentation of the great religirus per-
Feb. 21, at 5 o'clock, in the Council sonalities and their influence, mov-
offices. ing backwards from the present to
!__early times. The second talk each
Hillel Foundation: All second se- week will be along the theme of "Re-
mester freshmen students interested ligicn In Account With Life Today."
in taking active part in the Hillel and the latter talks will all be given
Foundation will meet at the Founda- by Dr. Lemon.
tion Thursday at 2 o'clock. This Members of the committes in
meeting will not be limited to second charge of sponsoring the lectures in-
semester freshmen but also open to elude: Gordon Stowe, '36A, Lester
anyone who has talents or special in- I Houck, Grad., Harold Welch, Grad.,
terests in athletics, dramatics, news- Karl Beck, '38M, David Fiench, '36.
paper work, or any administrative Russell F. Anderson. '36. William G.
work. Barndt, '37, Richard S. Clarke, '37.
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key's Restaurant. 223 S. State. St. out time, the ruffled cinemagoer
Or at 520 E. Williams St. 2x imight well expect to see Arliss' direc-
_ _ _ _tor further alloxv him to pervert his-
ciy and install himself as Lord Pro-
TUE C REPEE N tector of France. marrying Marie An-
toinette, or perhaps Josephine.
About the shorts: Miss Mary MeIn-
tyrc, who sins "Believe It, Beloved."
A TIlE MICIGAN . Just One Too (f¢en." etc., etc..
"TIlE IRON DUKE" was greeted by an unusually receptive
A Br iPnr sta rng audience - unusually receptive when
gerie .andifea ting anall- you call to mind the unkind fate that
B't east. Also Paul Tompkins organ has met other vocalists on the Mi:h-
program with Mary Mcintyre, formerly ia tg.Hrviei o n n
ci L~my Ros' radio program, inin Riai. stage. Her voice is low . and en-
S ccas f everalpopular sons; gaging. Whether she is to become a
Tra'ei alks short subject; news reel. I fixture -on. the organ programs we
"The Iron Duke" falls far below don't know, but it sounds like a gccd
many of George Arliss' other presen- 'idea.
taticnm both in fidelity to history and -GM.W.,Jr.
.inematic appeal. One thinks instinc-
e afer seeing Arliss in the role
of Loid Wellington, of tlhe many finer
Sictures he has turned* out under
Ame'lean supervision and with Amer-
ican Supporting casts. But whether
it is the unfamiliarity of the players,
tihe slugghness of the first portion
of the film. the weird and confusing
sencs of Waterloo, or what, the im-
pression remains conclusively that
'The Iron Duke" is a blotchy his-
icnic etfort to weave what might
hlve been an enthralling historical'
Like weeding a garden, it is pos-
sible 'o step through the cabbagey ied
rows of scenes in "The Iron Duke"
and pick out individual "growths"
that mar the whole. For instance -and hi
Arliss is too old by more than 20
years to play Lord Wellington. There y
is a hollow-ringing continental ro-
mance thrown in God knows why. The
ycung lady who has the role of Lady
Webster, the heart interest, is very
unshapely and not attractive facially.
The snaps of Waterloo are chaotic,!L G PRO
with indistinguishable detachments
of indiscriminate armies running to
and fro before inferior sets. By fade- JOIN in the fun and frivolity.
Songs. Syncopation. Thrills
and laughs. The color of
WaI the college campus.
Pi Tau Pi Sigma meeting 7:30 p.m..
Michigan Union. Room posted.
University Oratorical Contest: All
students interested in entering this
contest are requested to meet in Room
4003, Angell Hall, at 3 p.m. There
will be a general discussion of meth-
ods of preparing speeches and an ex-
planation of the rules. The contest
is open to any undergraduate. The
winner will represent the University
in the Northern Oratorical League
Contest and will receive the Chicago
Chinese Students: There will be a
meeting of all Chinese students on
Thursday, Feb. 21, 7 p.m., Lane Hall.
The purpose of this meeting is to wel-
come the new students to the campus.
Entertainment and refreshments.
The Lutheran Student Club party
scheduled for this Saturday has been
postponed a week.
. .B. Edmonson Will
Luncheon for Graduate StudentsI
at 12 o'clock in the Russian Tea Room Dean J. B. Edmonson of the School
of the Michigan League Building. of Education will be in Atlantic City.
Cafeteria service. Professor Ermine N.J., next week to attend the Con-
C. Case, chairman of the department ference on Youth Problems, which,
of Geology and director of the Mu- was called by the American Council
scum of Paleontology, will speak in- on Education.
formally on "Following the Red As a part of the program of the
Gods." mteting of High School Principals, in
: conjunction with the National Educa-
Former Albion College Students:-
An informal reception for all former
Albion College students will be held DAILY 15c TO 6 P.M
at Stalker Hall at 9:45 p.m. Prof.AT
Chickering of the Albion faculty, will
speak. The Albion Round-the-World T
radio program will be received at
10:45 p.m. _Last Day
tidcnt 'To. - thea; st idist dent BINNIE BARNES
Start ampus Sale
Of 'Ensians Today
A two-day sale of the Michigan-
ensian, starting today, was announced
last night by Robert J. Henoch. busi-
ness manager. The price of the year-
book at this sale will be $4.50. A down
payment of $1 may be made to the
salesmen on the campus and the rest
of the price can be paid at the 'Ensian
offices in the Student Publications
Building on Maynard Street.
Students who have already made
the downpaymnent on the book are
requested to make their second and
third payments as soon as possible
at the 'Ensian offices, Henech said.
tion Association which will also me'
next week in Atlantic City. Dean Ed-
monson will deliver a paper.
\MATINEEs ~ LX - E NINCs
An U u su I
Doubc-Fe I ure Proraja
TWO . . . who went through
hell to find their heaveni
Tolstoy's ilmlorta I novel of
Oid Russia comes o
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Today -- Thursday
OFFICIAL FILMS FROM
ARCHIVES OF NATIONS
First Time in Ann Arbor
"T H E FIRST
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"READY FOR LOVE"
GUEST OF HONOR
(Olympic Skating Champion)
THURS., FEB. 21st
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When Minnie cut loose, she was loose!
ky MINNIE BOGGS!
Directed by the Author
RAYMON VAN SICKLE