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'THE~ MICHIGAN DAILY

Cinema Film Graduate Club
Nesky' Opens MeetsToday
Here On Fr iday Dean Edmonson Will Give
Report On Education
The story of an almost legendary -
figure of medieval Russian history Prof. James 13. Edmonson, Dean
forms the theme of "Alexander Nev- of the School of Education, will speak
sky," Soviet-produced film that opens to the Graduate Education Club
a three-day engagement tomorrow at 4 p.m. today in the Graduate Read-
at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre mentary School, Dr. W. C. Trow,
under the sponsorship' of the Art faculty sponsor of 'the club, an-
Cinema League. nounced yesterday.
In 1242 Nevsky, Prince of Nov- .-All graduate students in education
gorod, led the Russian forces against are invited to attend. Meetings are
the invading Teuton knights and de- held informally, and are led by the
feated them in the "Battle on the executive committee, made up of
[ce," considered one of Russia's great- Josephine Van Billard, William Morse
est victories. It is this battle, repro- and Joe Park, Dr. Trow explained.
duced with as many soldiers as there He described the aim of the club as
were in the original, that climaxes providing a better opportunity for
the picture. -graduate students to know each
The series of memorable films of other.
the past, of which this picture is not a
part, consists of movies loaned by Anti-War Group To Meet
the Museum of Modern Art and will
begin Oct. 15 with the showing of The meeting of the American Stu-
"Way Down East" produced in 1920 dent Union Peace Commission which
by D. W Griffith. was scheduled for 8 p.m. tonight at
Tickets for the film go on sale at the Union will meet at 8 p.m at the
10 a.m. today at the box office of the League. Officers for the peace com-
League. All seats will be reserved. mission will be elected and plans for
Evening performances will be at 8:15 an all-campus peace rally will be
p.m. tomorrow, Friday and Saturday. formulated.

Annual Cold Sufferers
Invade Health Service
During the -past two weeks the
Health Selrvice has been crowded
with cold sufferers seeking treat-
ment as the usual fall epidemic hits
the campus again.
According to Dr. William Brace,
the best methods of preventing colds
are those known to most people,
namely, keeping the resistance up by
getting plenty of rest, fresh air,
fruits; by avoiding draughts, sudden
cooling after becoming overheated
and close association with those com-
ing down with a cold. Dr. Brace urges
that anyone having a cold or sore
throat report At once tothe Health
Service to help check the epidemic.
"Every year," said Dr. Brace, "there
are some students who neglect caring
for what they term 'just a cold' and
who develop pneumonia or other se-
rious complications."
Williamson To Lecture
Dr. W. R. Williamson, Chief Actu-
iry of the Social Security Board, will
address the'rstudents of the School
>f Business Administration on "So-
cial Budgeting," at 3 p.m., Friday,
in the amphitheatre of the Rackham
Building.

Tryouts Called Collegiate Quiz Is
rWMBC Feature
For Congress..Teii -SV Znr s s.wv"c.

Candidates May Register
Any DayThis Week
Men interested in working on the
various committees of Congress,
men's independent association, are
asked to register between 3 p.m. and
5 p.m. any day this week in the Con-
gress office, Room 306 of the Union.
Committees on which men may be
placed are the student welfare com-
mittee, the activities committee, the
social committee and the publicity
committee.
The student' welfare committee is
concerned with student employment,
the Congress tutorial system, the
Congress cooperatives, C o n g r e s s
scholarships and the Booster Card
Plan. The activities committee works
on such events as the annual boxing
show. Tea dances, exchange din-
ners, group dates and other functions
are handled by the social committee,
while the Congress Bulletin and news
dispatches are taken care of by the
publicity committee.
Federal Director
Visits Ann Arbor
Business has brought Federal Bud-
get Director Harold D. Smith to Ann
Arbor. He will remain only a few
days.
Smith accepted President Roose-
velt's invitation last March to take
his present post. At the time he was
State budget director under former-
Governor Murphy. Previous public
positions held by Smith are director
of the Michigan Municipal League,
head of the League of Kansas Muni-
cipalities and member of the De-
troit Bureau of Government Re-
search.

Daiiy's iHalliburton' Discredits Kipling

priests, moreover, was not confined
to natives, but Bill and I got through
the entire day without giving any
alms.
Late in the afternoon we bought a
pair of bedrolls, large canvas affairs
which contain thin, narrow pads. We
got on the train for Rangoon and
spread these out on the wooden
benches, settling down for a fairly
comfortable night of travel. Then,
about 10 minutes before the train was
supposed to leave, a swarm of women
descended on our compartment, ac-
companied by many. coolies and
prodigious amounts of baggage. They
all began to shriek at Bill and me
as soon as they saw us, waving their
arms andmaking every imaginable
type of face.
The entire difficulty, it seemed, was
caused by our being in a compart-
ment reserved for women, and the
affair came to a happy conclusion-
we thought-when the train guard

was bribed to remove the women. At
the last possible moment before
"train-time," however, it was decided
to leave our carriage behind. A fu-
rious scramble enabled Bill and me
to get ourselves and our baggage into
another car. Bill sat up all night
next to a priest and his young disciple.
I spent the night between a sore-
covered Hindu and a fat, snoring Bur-
man who had a pig in a wicker bas-
ket under my feet.
Rangoon, needless to say, looked
like heaven to us, and the thought of
baths seemed too good to be true. Yet
even after we were thoroughly cleaned
up, Bill and I held our ill-feeling
toward Kipling and all the other
"glamorizers of the East." I agreed
with Bill, both in spirits and in voice,
when he said, as the ship'steamed
down the Irrawaddy River away from
Burma, "Romance and poetry and
Kipling-nuts!"
(To be continued)

RAY MILLAND
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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Starting TODAY! W

WEDNESDAY, OCT. 11, 1939
VOL. L. No. 15
Notices
Students,College of Literature, Sci-
ence, and the Arts:
Election cards filed after the end
of the first week of the semester may
be accepted by the Registrar's Office
only if they are approved by Assis-
tant Dean Walter.
Students who fail to file their elec-
tion blanks by the close of the third
week, even though they have regis-
tered and have attended classes un-
officially, will forfeit their privilege
of continuing in the College for the
semester. If such students have paid
any tuition fees, Assistant Dean Wal-
ter will issue a withdrawal card for
them.
Special Student Tickets, Lecture
Course: The supply of these special
tickets is limited. Students intend-
ing to purchase two dollar season
passes to the second balcony are
urged to do so immediately. The
Hill Auditorium box office is open
daily from 10 to 1 and 2 to 4 (closed
Saturday afternoon).
Telephone number of Dr. Scanio,
listed as 541, should be changed to
407.
Women Students Attending the Chi-
cago Game: Women students wishing
to attend the Chicago-Michigan foot-
ball game are required to register in
the Office of the Dean of Women. A
letter of permission from parents
must be in this office not later than
Wednesday, Oct. 18. If the student
does not go by train, special permis-
sion for another mode of travel must
be included in the parent's letter.
Graduate women are invited to regis-
ter in this office
At a meeting of the Executive Com-
mittee of the Interfraternity Council,
Friday, Oct. 6, 1939, the Theta Chi
Fraternity was fined for a violation
of the rules pertaining to the hours
for rushing. The freshman involved

was denied the privilege of pledging
for one semester.
Students, College of Literature,
$Scie uce, and the Arts :
. No course may be elected for credit
after the end of the third week. Sat-
urday, October 14, is therefore the
last date on which new elections may
be approved. The willingness of an
individual instructor to admit a stu-
dent later does not affect the opera-
tion of this rule.
Money for last week's football re-
sale tickets should be called for at the
Student Offices in the Union at once
(Wednesday through Friday; 3-5
p.m.)
All books not called for by Friday
at the Student Offices in the Union
will be considered forfeited to the
Student Book Exchange.
Michigan Socialist House at 335
East Ann Street, is now accepting ap-
plications for board.
Academic Notiees
Students, School of Dentistry: The
first Assembly of the year will be held
this afternoon at 4:15 in the Upper
Amphitheatre.
All dental students and hygienists
are required to be present.
Mechanical Engineers:. All men ex-
pecting to receivea degree in Febru-
ary, June, or August, 1940, are re-
quested to observe the notice on the
bulletin board by Room 221, W. Engr.
Bldg.
Economics 51 and 52: Make-uD final
examination will be given Thursday,
Oct. 12, at 3 o'clock in Room 207 Ec-
onomics Building. All students ex-
pecting to take the make-up should
see Miss Mabbs in Room 107 Econ-
omics Building before Wednesday.
Psychology 31 Makeup Examina-
tion for all lecture sections will be
held Thursday, October 12, at 7:30
(Continued on Page 4)

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TELEPHONE
CALLS
Lowest rates, in effect every
night after seven and all day
every Sunday on long distance
calls to most points, make it
possible for you to keep in
frequent touch with the folks
at home and with out-of-town
friends at worthwhile savings.
For the rate to any place not
listed here, see page 5 in the
telephone directory or ask
"Long Distance" (Dial 110).
RATES FOR 3-MINUTE
STATION-TO-STATION
CALLS
ANN ARBOR to:
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