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CTE EIGHT

T Ul E.. M I Cl -11 Cil A N

3A I'U11DAY, MARCH 9, 1929

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~E EIGHT~ TUV MIYIIIGAN flAILY SATTJflDAY, MAR01! ~ 1929 - - ~ "" -. -

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IDAIYOFIILBULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members I
of ;the Ulnlversity. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi- 1
dent until 3:30 p. in. (11:30 a. in. Saturday.)
..Vol. XXXIX SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1929 No. 117
Automobile Regulation:
With the approval of the Dean of the School or College in which
the student is enrolled, the following disciplinary actions have been;
taken for violations of the Automobile Regulation:
Helen Gustine, '29-probation until Spring Vacation, April 5.
Waldo J. Irwin, Grad.-probation for the balance of the second
semester of the current school year 1928-29.
Frances Kahn, '30-p obation until April 30.
Clifford A. Mohnke, '29D-probation until April 30.
J. A. Bursley
Exhibition of Paintings:
There will be an exhibition of paintings by Mr. Beneker, under the
auspices of the Ann Arbor A t Asoc'Iapion, from March 5 to March 17,
in Alumni Memorial hall.
J. G. 'Winter
Exhibition of Small Sculptures:
A collection of small sculptures selected from the Fourth Annual
Competition for the Proctor and Gamble prizes is now being shown,
through the' courtesy of the Naional Small Sculpture Committee, in
the ground flood cases of the A chi tectural Building. The public is1
cordially invited..
Emil Lorch
Faculty Concert: '
The University Band, under Nicholas Falcone, will present its
annual program in the Faculty Concert Series of th( University School1
of Music, Sunday afternoon, at 4:15 o'clock in Hill Auditorium.. On
this occasion it will have as guest soloist, Mr. Leonard Falcone, who1
will play a concerto on the euphonium and M~. Ottis Odra Patton, who
will sing an aria from the opera "Tosca" which has been arranged
for band by the director, Mr. Nicholas Falcone. The general public
is invited, and no admission will be charged. The complete program ist
announced as follows: Weber: Overture to "Oberon"; Rachmaninoff:t
Prelude in C sharp minor; Boccalari: Fantasia di Concerto; (Leonard1
Falcone); Flotow: Selections from "Martha"; Puccini: E Lucevan let
Stelle" from "Tosca"; (Ottis Odra Patton); Waldteufel: Waltz-"Espan-
ie"; Tschaikowsky: Overture, "1812."
Charles A. Sink J

Masonic Students:
The regular meting of the ('raft mn (luh will be held Saturday}
evening, March 9, in the Large Lodge Room of the Masonic Temple, at
7:30. All Master Masons are urged to be present.
R. W. Webster, President
Tryouts For Mummers:
Tryouts for new membe-s will be held Saturday, March 9, at the
Adelphi Room, Angell Hall at 10:00 a. m. All freshmen are eligible.
Florence Watchpocket

Senior Ball:
There will be a meeting of the Senior Ball Committee, Sunday
afternoon, March 10, at 2:30 o'clock, in room 302 of the Union.
Loy M. Sutherland, Chairman
Meeting of the Frosh Frolic Committee:
There will be a meeting of the General Committee for the Frosh
Frolic at 7:30, Monday night in room 304, Michigan Union.
Kenneth McCallum, General Chairman
Stamp Collectors:
The regular meeting of the Ann Arbor Stamp Club will be held in
room 408 of the Romance Languages Building this evening at 8:00
o'clock. An auction will be held. Collectors and visitors are invited.
S. B. Conger, Secretary
Flo, Abandoning Proposed Cuban Flight,
Will Concentrate On Flying School Work

!THEATE'R FUND PLAN1
Vindication Fund Shows Right!
Sort Of Sportsmanship, Thomas{
J. O'Brien Declares
REMAINS QUIET ON RIOT
"I have nothing. more to say re-
garding the rioting at the Michi-
gan theater than has already been
said a dozen times, but I do think
that the situation has been handl-
ed in a -most commendable and:
satisfactory manner by The Daily,"
said Ann Arbor chief of policei
Tom O'Brien in an interview yes- j
terday afternoon.
It was the opinion of the chief,
of the police that the affair was
a regrettable one and that it were
best forgotten. With regard to
the attitude of the majority of they
studen body, however, and he Stu-
dent Vindication campaign which
the Daily is carrying on, he ex-
pressed his approval as displaying
the right type of sportsmanship.
Concerning the rush at the field
house, which in a good many ways~
approximated a minor riot,hel
said that that was a situation
over which the police department
had little power. "When 7000 stu-
dents are eager and in a hurry to
get to the best seats they can find
when there are no reserved seats,
it is to be expected that people
will forget themselves and trample
upon others.m"

Society To Collect
Washtenaw History-
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1As a result of proposals and18 O IPA IB
plans suggested by the localschap-
ter of the Sons of the American
Revolution, there has been estab- One hundred pieces of the 4,000
lished the basis for an organiza- entered in the fourth annual com-
Lion which will probably be known petition of the Proctor and Gam-
as the Washtenaw Historical so ble prizes for- soap sculpture last
ciety, with Dr. Carl Guthe' asso- year are now on exhibition in the
ciate director of the museum of first floor corridor of the Architec-
anthropology, as temporary chair- tural school. The exhibit, - which
man, was recently 'on display in the An-
An informal committee of per- derson galleries in New York City,
sons interested in such an organ- will continue at the Architectural
ization met Tuesday in the Uni- school until March 23.
versity Museums to formulate The pieces consist of models of
plans for the permanent organiz - human figures, animals,' vM .9,
ation of the society. historical scenes, and many other
The purpose of the society as subjects. They were done by
stated by Guthe is "to collect and amateurs and professionals, adults
preserve historical matter pertain- and children, and represent the
ing to Washtenaw county." It is original conception of each con-
expected that the definite arrange- testant.
ments will be announced soon. All For four consecutive years the
those who are interested in local Proctor and Gamble company ha
historical matters, or who own conducted a prize contest in soap
something of value pertaining to sculpturing, and plans are under;
the history of the county are urged way for the fifth annual competi,
to get in touch with Dr. Guthe. !tion. to be held this year.

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"Now that there is no more ex-
citement over my proposed non-
stop flight from Canada to Hav-
ana, Cuba, I will be able to con-
centrate all my efforts to develop-
ing my flying school at the Ann
Arbor airport into one of the best
in the country," said Lieutenant
Leonard Flo recently in an inter-
view when he was asked what his
plans for the future were.
The necessity of Lieut. Flo's car-
rytng out his attempt at a non-
stop flight to Havana last month
was removed just as he' was about
to leave when it was announced
that George Haldeman, who had
left from the same airport on a
trip to Florida, changed his plans
and continued on to Cuba. In this
way it was effectively proved that
journeys of like distance were
practical even if they were made

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in' planes which were primarily
intended for private use.
With the con:ng of the spring
ieut. Flo's hands have been espe-
lally full with preparations for a
arge enrollment in his school of
-ying. He is planning to have the
airport thoroughly gone over and
all work that was done hastily at
the outset will be set at rights. In'
addition to improvements which
he is making, he is receiving a
.omplete supply of new equipment
in the shape of several Arrow
sport planes which he intends to
make use of in his course of in-
struction. As an added factor in
iis attempts to make this instruc-
Sion as enticing and as worthwhile
as possible to the students of the
University Flo has been able to
arrange for auto-bus service to
the airport at a very low rate.

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DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

ALFRED HERTZ, Guest Conductor
In

CHORAL UNION SERIES
MONDAY, MARCH 11, at 8:15 P. M.

WELL-KNOWN CHEMIST WILL
LECTURE HERE NEXT 'FRIDAY
Dr. Oliver Kamm, of Parke,. Davis
and Company, will speak on
"Pituitrin Harmones" in a lecture
at 4:15 o'clock Friday, March 22,
in the Natural Science auditorium.

AT HILL AUDITORIUM
A Limited Number of Tickets Available
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UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Maynard Street

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Trith Choral Union Concert:CoprWlDics
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra, with -Alfred Hertz, as guest Cooper Will Discuss
conductor, will be heard in the Choral Union concert series in Hill Modern Social State
Auditorium, Monday night, March 11, at 8:15 p. m. sharp, in the follow-
ing program: Tschaikowsky: Sixth Symphony, in B minor, Op. 74 Speaking on "The Failure of
(Pathetique) I Adagio; Allegro non troppo; Andante Allegro vivo, II Modern Marriage", Bishop Irving
Allegro con grazia, III Allegro molto vivace (March) IV Adagio lamento- S. Cooper of Los Angeles, noted
so Wagner: Overture to "Rienzi"; Mendelssohn: Scherzo from "A Mid.- writer . and lecturer, will present
summer Night's Dream"; R. Strauss: Tone Poem "Death and Transfigu- ,an analysis of present-day social
,, conditions at 8 o'clbck next Mon-
The public is respectfully requested to come on time, as the doors d.y n ight in Lane hail auditorium.
will be closed during numbers. Holders of course tickets arc also: Bishop Cooper hastravelled wide-'
requested to detach, before leaving home, and present for admission ly in both the eastern and west-
only coupon No. 10, marked "Detroit Symphony. "four-year course at the University
Parking will be restricted as usual. Taxis and autos may unload of Califoinia with special study in
and load at either side entrance. Local and interurban buses will I Madras, India. He is the editor,
park in front of and at the right of the Auditorium on North Univer- of "The Liberal Catholic," ' a
sity Avenue. fmonthly magazine, and the au-
Charles A. Sink thor of numerous books, among
which are "The Secret of Happi-
ness" and "Reincarnation, the
Choral Union Usherrs: Hlope of the World: "
All members of the Choral Union Ushers are requested to report
on Monday evening, March 11, for the Detroit Symphony Concert, not
later that 7:30. _,ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT

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W. A. Davenport

All house Presidents:
As was announced at the meeting on February 28, February signing
out slips must be turned in at the League office by Saturday of this
week.
Elizabeth Wellman, Chairman of Board of Representatives
Varsity Band:
Special rehearsal this afternoon at 1:30 at Morris Hall. Every
member is requested to be present.
The Manager's office will be open this morning from 10:00 to 11:30.
Uniforms will be issued at this time to the new men. Uniforms of
men who have dropped out of the organization .may be turned in at
this time. A deposit of $10.00 is -required on all uniforms issued.
Gilbert B. Saltonstall, Student Manager
Polonia Literary Circle:
Mr. F. Jarosz, a former student at the University of Poznan in
Poland, will speak on the life of -the Polish mountaineer, Saturday l
night, March 9, at a o'clock, in Lane Hall. He will illustrate his talkI
with lantern slides, and will present also, ,a group of folk songs and
dances. Mr. Jarosz will be dressed in his native costume. All members
are requested to be present. Any others interested are cordially
invited. a
R ~K. Karpinski, President I

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