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71937 T HE' MF, VIt I C A N 11A IIY


Will Talk Here
Subjegt To ie Emotions
In Motion Pictures
Dr. Christian A. Ruckmick, profes-
sor of psychology at the University of
Iowa, will speak here Wednesday on
"Emotions in the Motion Picture
Dr. Ruckmick is an authority in the
subject of emotions and has done
much research in that field as well
as being the author of a book on that
subject. He is a graduate of Amherst
College and obtained his Ph. D. de;
gree from Cornell University.
He has been active in work in the
field of psychology and has written
for several publications. He is editor
of the Psychological Index and the
American Journal of Psychology as
well as the author of several texts on
psychology, including "The Mental
He will speak at 4:15 p.m. in the
Natural Science auditorium. The
lecture is a University lecture and is
open to the ptublic,
WASHINGTON, Nov. 27.-(0)-
President Roosevelt left the capital
tonight for a short fishing trip off<
the coast of Florida. His special train
departed at 11:55 p.m.

New Air Liner Bilt For Soviet Russia, World's

Laf r est

Education In Use Of Frozen Announce Carillon
Foods Needed, Keeler Believes Concert For Tonigl
Wilmot F. Pratt, University car
By ROY W. SIZEMORE ploys dry ice or solid carbon dioxide illonneur, will play the following pro
The refrigeration industry's next to freeze the material. This plan en- gram from 7:30 to 8:30 today on ti
step in making quick frozen foods ables the lowering of the temperature Charles Baird Carillon fn the Burto
an everyday convenience is to educate to 110 degrees below zero, Fahren- Memorial Tower.
the public to their use, Prof. H. E. heit. "Preludium voor Carillon," by He
Keeler of the mechanical engineering The major advantage of freezing ler; "Drink to Me Only With Thin
department said yesterday. ioods is enabling consumers to have Eyes," (English): "Antwerpen Bi
ep rm ent asd yesend aye. e fresh foods out of season. ven." by Lenserts; "K illarney," b
The process has been developed to The new industry will only sup- Balfe: "Fantasia 11;" by Pratt; "O
the etet neceay alow tnen plement the canning trade and will Man River," by Kern; "Volga Boa
tern to not entirely replace it. Professor man," (Russian).
he kryI Keeler believes. In addition to this repetiore M1
The quick frozen system was orig-) rttwlIas la heehm
nated for use in the fisheries industry Pratt will also play three hymns
121ated~~~~~~ "o s ntefseisidsiy Vr7t iAeY °-nan otaTi~nrTn~:t

by Clarence Birdsey of Gloucester,
Mass. Under his plan, the material
This monster clipper ship, largest ever constructed in America, was constructed for Soviet Russia's pas- to be frozen is passed through a brine1
senger plane service. Room for 46 persons is provided in the air leviathan whose 63,t }0 pounds are borne spray at a temperature of approxi-
on a wing span of 157 feet. Its four 1,000 horsepower motors are capable of cairrying the ship at a speed of mately 50 degrees below zero, Fahren-
140 miles an hour. heit. As a result of such a drastic
- - -_ _!change in temperature, the material
is instantly frozen.
Th llegg 90700{{ lation in 1858 a new series of con- of China, Dr. Chien traz.ed to the fa- "A considerable number of benefits
J ap'anese Boycott qussbgnDrChe.pitdotj AcosdrbeumrofeefsE
quests began, Dr. Chien pointed out. mous Tanaka Memorandum. This, are attached to the use of this pro-
Would Be Effective I 1874 she sent a force to Formosa was a document in which General cess," Professor' Keeler declared. "In
to take over the Liu-Chiu islands. In
1876 she forced Korea to open three Tanaka, premier of Japan in 1927, thed firspace, ithenables the h
(Continued from Page 1) ports to her commerce. laid out a plan for the conquest of
iearliest possible moment. Under the
- --s, nn h The Sino-Japanese war of 1894 re- the world. In it lie said. "If Japan ice and salt pack method, change in
of conquest, he said, pointing to the'jicansltpkmehdcagen
sulted in her possession of Formosa: wants to conquer the whole world, the meat structure was not prevented,
capture of urea by Hideoshi in the and the Pescadores. In 1904 Japa~r "she must first conquer Asia. If Japan but under the new process this is
1th century, after Japan h war against Russia gave her the Liao wants to conquer the whole of Asia,, entirely eliminated, if the substance
achieved a prosperity unknown before avshe must first conquer China. And if is not thawed until just prior to its
that time tung Peninsula in South Manchuria. Japan wants to conquer China, she use."
When Japan emerged from her iso-j The current drive into the interior must first conquer Manchuria." 1 A second quick frozen process em-

DE1)LTA THET'A FBI osanna To the Living Loro," b
Delta Theta Phi announces the Dykes, ;Come, Thou Long Expecte
pledging of Gerald Fisher, '40L, New Jesus," by Gotha and "Thy Kingdo:
Philadelnhia. Ohin Thnms Faunn Come," Day's Psalter.



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For Information -Call MISS JONES at 2-3241

T 'nom 7!'" T ' '-

BEEN THINKIN', gals, - no
remarks-that it's high time you
all became outdoor gals - be-
cause t'won't be long now, you
know, before the wintry blasts and
chilly snows will be coming Ann
Arbor way-and SO!!-your cor-
respondent- your gadder-abouter-
-likewise, thinks it's high time to
be looking into the sweater situa-
tion, all of which came to me as
I trotted past the ELIZABETH
DILLON SHOP only to retrace
my steps, and pressing my nose
against the window pane, gaze at
the array of smart new sweaters
-angoras in the six delicious fla-
vors, angora ribbed ones-very
new - AND the new "vestie"
brightened by an Alpine flower
pattern and little jingle bells down
the front. Yep, Christmas really
is coming!
with the winds and snow-time to
sit at home by the fire-time to
take refuge in that third floor col-
lege room and "hit the books"-
no joke intended-so I say be pre-
pared, my friends, be prepared
with warm lounging-sleeping pa-
jamas-COLLINS SHOP'S best.
There's a blue jersey set-shirt
waist style pajama and a zippered
robe to match, a navy and white
polke dot number with a red belt
and again a robe to match-and
then the college girl's dream-a
divine "purely" lounging set of
ivory brocade and royal blue satin
(pajamas) with a long house coat
of the brocade and set off by a blue
zipper. Hint: Christmas is coming!
Thank you hint! Nuff said!
THEN THERE'S that State
Street drug store that I can never
pass by in my gadding-always in-
terested-always curious-to see
what's new at the cosmetic coun-
ter! And this week at CALKINS-
FLETCHER'S it's Peggy Sage nail
products, nail polishes and all the

trimmings-in the most enchant-
ing colors (exclusive, here inci-
dentally) including Tulip, Rust,
Shrimp, Dusty Rose-and I could
go on and on with colors, removers,
oils, etc.-and just as a gift sug-
gestion Peggy Sage puts out the
most stunning manicure sets-
suede cases, leather cases, satin-
what more could anyone want!!
Chrismas point-of-view-I can
think of any number of gift sug-
gestions that are original, practi-
cal, and ,wonderful. They're cre-
ated in a little shop on South U.
not far from the Engine Arch. Can
you guess? Yep, it's the JUNE
GREY HAT SHOP! Now not only
does she create the most ingenious
hat designs, but then there are
hair decorations of every size
shape and description-for in-
stance there are velvet flowers, se-
quin flowered tiaras, feathers, cute
ribbons-and any of these would
make grand gifts and very differ-
ent! Then scarves of every pos-
sible kind, -knitted, silk, net -
everything! And of course no end
of stocking stock-a wonderful
gift for anybody and from anybody
--roommate or sister, mother or
aunt. Just keep a few of these
things in mind, they're kind'a O.K.
BY THE WAY, did you know
that the PARROT 101 is still being
held at 3 o'clock daily? So- you've
been cutting class again? Well
I'll let you in on a 'big secret-
now don't tell! Al is going to give
make-up classes this week - so
better go and catch up on back
work. He promised that aside from
the usual "work" there'll be food,
fun, drinks, and music. I certainly
wouldn't miss it if I were you-
even if you've been attending reg-
ularly. Then of course all those
who wbuld like to "sit in" on the
10 o'clock classes will also be more
than welcome!

Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all membe
Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the P
until 3:30; 11:00 a.m. on Saturday.
SUNDAY, NOV. 28, 1937 Chemical Engimeering Students: Phi
VOL. XLVIII. No. 54 Lambda Upsilon, national honorary'
chemistry society, awards each year
The Bureau has received notice of a prize to the junior chemist and]
the following Civil Service Examina- chemical engineering with the high-]
tions: est scholastic average. This prize;
Chief Draftsman, $2,600 a year; consists of a handbook or other book;
Principal Draftsman, $2,300 a year; pertaining to the field of the winnerl
Senior Draftsman, $2,000 a year; and is given during the second sem-
Draftsman $1,800 a year; Assistant ester.
Draftsman, $1,620 a year. ___
Junior Scientific Aid (Fossils), $1,- Phi Lambda Upsilon: All membersK
440 a year; U. S. National Museum, of other chapters now enrolled at the!
Smithsonian Institution. University are invited to register their
Senior Steward, $2,600 a year; names with the secretary of Delta'
Junior Steward, $2,300 a year; Sen- chapter, C. L. Raynor, Room 4201,'
ior Cook, $2,000 a year; Prison Serv- East Engineering Building.X
ice, Department of Justice. I
Associate Entomologist (Taxon- Extension tourses:
omy), $3,200 a year; Bureau of En- The following extension courses are
tomology an4 Plant Quarantine, De- being offered by the Women's De-r
partme t of Agriculture. partment of Physical Education: c
For further information, please call Golf - Monday and Wednesdayc
at the Office, 201 Mason Hill. 5:00 Women's Athletic Building,1
Bureau of Appointments beginning November 29th. 16 les-!
and Occupational Information sons for $6.00. Instructor-Mrs.
Stewart Hanley; Miss Jean Kyer
Sophomoxes, College of L.S.&A.: <am'lateur) assisting.I
Elections of courses for the second Modern Dance (Adults)-Tuesday;
semester must be approved during - evening 8:30. Sarah Caswell An-I
the period from Nov. 22 to Jan. 28 in gell Hall, Barbour Gymnasium.c
Room 9, University Hall. Tto prevent 8 lessons for $4.50. Instructor-
congestion in the office of the coun-' Ruth H. Blooner.
selors, individual post cards will be Children's Rythms - Saturdayb
mailed daily to a small group of stu- i morning, ages 4 to 7--9:30 to I
dents. Each card will be dated seven 10:13; ages 8 to 12-10:15 to
days after the day of mailing. To be 11:00. Sarah Caswell Angell Hall,
admitted to a conference with a Barbour Gymnasium. 8 lessons
counselor, a student must present his for $3.00 Instructor-Ruth H.
card not later than the date it bears. Bloomer.
If he comes after this date an inter- --
view will be granted only if there are Concerts
no others waiting at the office.
In order to make an intelligent se- Choral Union Concert: Fritz Kreis-y
lection of courses each sophomore ler, Austrian violinist, with Carl Lam-J

rs of the University.
A. Ruckmick, Professor of Psychology
at the University of Iowa, will lec-
ture on "Emotions in the Motion
Picture Theatre" on Wednesday,
Dec. 1, at 4:15 p.m. in the Natural
Science Auditorium under the au-
spices of the Department of Psy- I
chology. The public is cordially in-
University Lecture: Dr. Carl Mayer
of the Graduate Faculty of the New
School for Social Research in New
York City will lecture on the "So-
ciology of Religion" on Friday, Dec.
3, at 4:15 p.m. in the Natural
Science Auditorium under the aus-
pices of the Department of Sociology.
The public is cordially invited.
Coming Lecture: Dr. Edward Scrib-
ner Ames, Professor of the Philosophy
of Religion at the University of Chi-
cago, will speak on "The Will to Be-
lieve" at the Natural Science Audi-
torium, Thursday, Dec. 2, at 4:15 p.m.
University Lecture: Dr. Karl Paul
Link of the University of Wisconsin
will give a public lecture on "Recent
Advances in th Chemistry and Bio-
chemistry of the Hexuronic Acids" in
the Chemical Amphitheatre, Room
165 Chemistry Building, at 4:15 p.m.,
Monday, December 6. The public I;
is cordially invited.
Events Today
University Broadcast 9-9:30 a.m.
Hymn Singing.
University Broadcast: 12:30-1:00
p.m. Certain Psychological Facts
which bear on Speech Problems-
John H. Muyskens, Associate Prof.1

should give careful attention to his son, at the piano, will give the fourth of Phonetics.
(next semester's elections before meet- program in the Choral Union Con-
ing with his counselor. cert Series. Monday evening, Nov. 29, University Broadcast: 3-3:30 p.m.
J. H. Hodges at 8:30, in Hill Auditorium. The:_ (Continued on Page 4)
E. A. Walter public is respectfully requested to be;---
A. Van Duren seated on time, as the doors will be
closed during numbers.
Student Teas: President and Mrs.
I Ruthven will be at home to students (arliln RecLal. Wilmot F. Pratt,
Wednesday from 4 to 6 p.m. University Car illonneur, will give a
Notice to Junior Chemistry and recital on the Charles Baird Carillon
- Jn the Burton Memorial Tower, Sun-

, a "
e ,.

day, November 28, from 7:30 to 8:30
Oratorical Association Lecture
Course: Julien Bryan, Roving Report-
er for the March of Time, will appear
in Hill Auditorium Wednesday, De-
cember 1, at 8:15 p.m. His lecture!
on "Japan" will be illustrated with
unusual motion pictures. Tickets
are now on sale at Wahr's.

University Lecture: Dr.


CANDLES in cheery windows, snow crunch
ing beneath your feet, jolly Santa Clauses found
in every store, and memories of stockings hung
by the fireplace years ago - 1ll show that the
season of Christmas is nearing. To make this
Christmas the most memorable of all, may we


of pure dye
satin for average
. then there's DIMINUET
for shorter women THE
FORTY - NINER for taller
women; NITE LIFE for ideal
formal wear.

suggest JEWELRY

as an appropriate gift.

0 Because our teaching system
combines personal instruction
with class recitation, new stu-
dents may register any Mon-
day, day or evening.
* Graduates accept positions
as stenographers. bookkeepers.
and office assistants, where
they are in line for promotion.
Employment calls this year
have greatly outnumbered

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