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rr,,DA, NOV. 6, 1936

President Turns From'Campaign To Visit Home

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
FRIDAY, NOV. 6, 1936
VOL. XLVII No. 35
Notices

expect to graduate in February, 1937 ing. Tickets for the luncheon may be
should see Prof. M. J. Thompson, secured at the A.A.U.P. registration
B-47b East Engineering Bldg., at table in the lobby of the Michigan
I their earliest convenience, in order Union, Saturday morning.
to supply information needed fori
personal work in contacting various'
aircraft manufacturers who may be Teacher's Certificate Candidates:
looking for aeronautical engineers. The statement at the meeting on

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To the Meilbers of the University Regional Conference, The Ameri-
Council: There will not be a meeting, can Association of University Profes-
cnrc "n"'rr"n N""7 atf*hpMi .l-ii

of the University Council this month.'
Louis A. Hopkins, Secy.
Freshman Engineers: The Mentor
Reports will be ready early next
week. Mentor's interview periods will
be posted Monday next to the en-
trance to Dean Sadler's office.

sol, O.1u,1(V, du 411e of+ho Cfihi-

gan Union: I
Morning conference at 10 a.m.
Luncheon meeting, 12:15 p.m.
Afternoon Conference, 2 p.m.
The Executive Committee of the
local chapter of the A.A.U.P. invites
all members of the University of
Michigan faculty and of other college
faculties of the region to attend both
conferences and the luncheon meet-

Monday that the candidates for the
Teacher's Certificate would be per-
mitted only 17 hours in Education,
and must elect 107 hours of Literary
College subjects represents the cus-
tomary division of work between Lit-
erary and Education courses. Ex-
emption from the strict interpreta-
tion of this regulation may be per-
mitted upon the advice of the con-
centration adviser for the major sub-
ject.
The University Bureau of Appoint-
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- Associated Press Photo
The ilgers of the campaign over, President Roosvelt visited with his
mether, Mrs. Sara Delano Rensevelt, at his home at Hyde Park, N. Y.
Both were apparently in high spirits when this picture was taken.

Students, College of Engineering:;
Saturday, Nov. 7, will be the final
day for dropping a course without
record. Courses may be dropped
with the permission of the classifier
after conference with the instructor
in the course.
1937 Mechanical Engineers: In case
you are interested in possible em-
ployment with the E. I. DuPont De-
Nemours and Company following
graduation, will you kindly obtain de-
tails in Rcbm 221 West Engineering
building at your earliest convenience.
Senior Aeronautical Engineers: All
Senior Aeronautical Engineers who

Connies "short waves a new style
HIGH-IN-FRONT
'a thr 161'1n'1in

As a suggestion of the fields of
further study opened by an under- n 'n a , red
standing of the nature of the active
materials causing cancerous growth,
Professor Bachmann pointed out P os ef
>imilarities in the structure, and more
surprisingly, the action of the sex
hormones and these cancer agents. A China freed from outside inter-
Synthetic compounds having func- ference would exhibit within the next
tions of the female sex hormone in generation the greatest progress ever
particular, he said, appear to be made by any nation in that period, in
readily convertible from cancer- mn
causing compounds; and it also has the opinion of Prof. W. Carl Rufus of
been found that the hormones pos- the astronomy department, who re-
sess some cancerous activity. The turned this summer from a year's!
similarities between the male and fe- tour of the Orient.
male hormones, and the comparativedg
eaewt hc tehroe a Foundations for great forward
be prepared from a common starting strides by industry, educatio and
material would seem to argue, he scientific research were evident in the
concluded, that future discoveries in country, Professor Rufus reported.
either of these fields might well carry Chinese universities have developed
over into the other. and acquired thoroughly modern
physical equipment and teaching
staffs; and scientific study is being
EVENING RADIO fostered by a nationalized group of
professional and research societies,
PROGRAMS he said. Elementary educational fa-
cilities are likewise undergoing rapid
-expansion, he added.
6:00- Industrialization Evident
WJR Stevenson Nes. Already great advancement hasl
WW JT1 Tyson: Dinn.r Hour. occured in some directions, Professor
WXYZ March of Melody.
CKLW String Ensemble. Rufus went on. In contrast to the ap-
WJR Rubincif-rilur. pearance of the country in the early
WXYZ Fact Finder. years of the century, when Professor
CKLW News and Sports. Rufus lived for some time in Korea,
G6:30--
WJR Jimmie Allen. the industrialization of various see-
WWJ Bulletins: Odd Facts. tors is very pronounced. Shanghai, in
CKLW Melody Lane. particular, has become one of the
w:45- world's leading commercial centers,
WJR Renfrew of the .Mounted testaki e
WWJ Musical Monients. he noted, despite' the setback it re
WXYZ Lowell Thomas. ceived from Japanese invasion a few
CKLW Rhythm Trio.
7:00- years ago.
WJR Musical Program. Prominent among the Chinese of-
WXYZ Musicaners .ficials and educators who vision a.
CKLW Little Jack Little. new China are University alumni,
WJR Popeye The Sailor. Professor Rufus declared. During his
WWJ Evening Melodies, travels he visited the Michigan clubs
WXYZ Rhythm Parade. in principal cities, and found large'
CKLW Hughie Barrett.
:30-C- numbers of former Barbour 'scholars
WJR Goose Creek Parson. and other graduates scattered
WWJ Edwin C. Hill.
CKLW variety Revue. ( through China, including two uni-
rirXYZ The Lone Ranger. I_________________

Capable'Of reat
tTo, Own'Devices
versity presidents and half of the
Tsientsin city council.
Uncertain Feeling Found
In the possibility of further Japan-
ese advance from the north, or from
the south through Formosa, Profes-
sor Rufus saw the chief disturbing
element in the picture of Chinese
national progress. He found a feel-
ing of uncertainty to exist in the
northern provinces; and the college
students appeared very violent against
outsiders, he added. Valuable books
and apparatus have been concealed in
many instances in North China, he
said.
In addition to his travels in China,
Professor and Mrs. Rufus also visited
Japan, Korea, Manchoukuo, India,
Burma, the Malay States, Borneo,
the Philippines and Hawaii.
TO HOLD MOCK DEBATE
The mock debate to be held by
Alpha Nu and Athena, men's and
women's debating societies respective-
ly, has been postponed from Nov. 11
to Nov. 18, according to Grace Gray,
'37, president of Athena.

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