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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN

D A I LY

WEDNEGDAY, OCTOBER~ 16, 1929

DAILY OFICIAL BULLETIN.
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi-
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday)

CIRCUS ELEPHANT THAT KILLED
WOMAN KEPT IN DEA TH CHAMBER I
(By Ass'ciat d Press) and his keeper passed Mrs. Evaf
BAY CITY, Tex., Oct. 15.-Like Donohoe. Something turned the
a human killer, Black Diamond, beast into a nine-ton maniac, and
nine-ton circus elephant who killed it brushed the trainer aside andJ_

Detectives in Airplane ||lT GT % $
Locate Their Victim URT 1 ii POUER
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Vol. XL WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1929 No. 10 woman in Corsicana, Saturday, charged the woman, knocking her Famous Surgeon Declares Some Highes
-faced death by firing squad or by down. It then picked her up, swung ~
f c d e t b f ri sq a o by o n I th n i k d e up suthe noose today as he rolled on w ith her aloft and crashed her to the In stit utions D isplay T o oA
NOTICES the Al G. Barnes circus, chained ground, almost demolishing an au- Much Salesmanship.
to the steel floor of the box car tomobile in the process.
Organ Rec ristian, University organist, will give the following pro-wnin has become his death cell Attendants and other elephan SEEKS MORE HUMANITY NT
gram this afternoon, at 4:15 o'clock. Circus men were in doubt wheth- in the herd succeeded in gettin WAS
Saint Saens: Rhapsody in D; Rubenstein: Kammenoi-Ostrow (Reve er they would kill the elephant the crazed beast under control. 'By the Associated.Press) WAi
ug lique); Rogers: Sonata No. 1, in E minor, Allegro con brio, Adagio, with high-caliber rifles or choke it Since that time it has been heavily CHICAGO, Oct. 1--Dr. W. J. ti
Scherzo, Interludio, Fugue; Karg-Elert: Legend of the Mountain( Seven to death with a huge chain. In chained in a box car. Mayo, surgeon and chief of staff of whichi
Pastels from the Lake of Constance); Grieg: In the Morning (Peery case the latter course is adopted the Mayo Clinic at Rochester, Mi-omysi
Gynt Suite, No. 1); Tschaikowsky: Marche Slave. six of Black Diamond's herd fel- 'GhLDyRUlH' ENDSiticatdohster, Min-mgre
Charles A. Sink lows will act as executioners.'D na ritcdrsn hosptaltM - dret
Iday in addressing the twelfth an- dustry,
Three will be hooked to each end ITWO ARE WINNERS nual hospital standardization. con preme
Fellowships in Psychology: of a chain, as if for a tug of war. ference, which prefaces the cini- The
The Wayne County.Trainring School at Northville, Michigan, offers In the.middle of the chain, how- cal congress of the-Americancol- nounce
a number of Fellowships in Psychology to qualified studefts who are ever, there will be a loop and Black ,howlege of surgeons. f t
ready to begin an investigation with a Master's or a Doctor's Thesis Diamond's head will be in the ioop. SPOKANE, Wash., Oct. 15- A Dgsof the
as an ultimate aim. The investigations will be carried out under the Wh the tug of war starts the ele.. small but feverish gold nrush wahich ih tDr o mch aemtnsit a the ap
direction of Dr. Hegge. The Fellowships carry full maintenance but no Whent'hiugeofkwr sartsntret- wrs gm m ad ith too much salesmanship and the co
cash stipend. Fellows may be called upon to devote a small part of phants he neck lle oetr farmers from their workaday rou-sisto
their time to clinical work in the Training School. Th leh t dik tine into a re-enactment of the Super-salesmanship in manage- Willam Baker comply
Applications should be made to D. T rleif G. Hegge, W eand playful, like his mates appar- wild days of '49 ebbed back today ment of some hospitals often re- who is wanted for homicide by the tin
County Training School. Northvil ir, Michigan or department of Psy- andlyfut iksaneSaturda Un with only two men exempt from suted, he said, in the patient being New York police, was arrested from WGYa
chology, University of Michigan. longatCriana, theeye . hntclassification of "sadder and wiser." placed in surroundings which, how- his tug near Cape Cod ship canal, operate
ing at orsicana, te epan ever they might appeal to his es- when two sky going detectives lo- conide
thetic sense, were above his means. cated their quarry and brought in the
Notice to Freshmen: .Varsity Band: Regular rehearsal tonight at 7:15 at Morris Hall. "My own experience has been him back with them in patrol plane. Iwill be
By special arrangement, a final opportunity will be given on Thurs- Bring marching folios. that patients in a well-planned mission
day, October 17, to make up examinations missed during Freshman Inaward,pgienmoderate degreenof1In n
Week. Freshmen taking such examinations should report in Room 205 Forestry Club: will meet in Room 2039 N. S. Building at 7:30 p. m privacy, on the whole Will make a of the
Mason Hall just above the office of the Registrar as follows: After the brief business session Prof. Senstius of the Geology De- quicker recovery than in a privatefORTIS eral ra
Those who missed the Thursday morning examination-English- partment will give an illustrated lecture on his Asiatic travels. room with two attentive nurses I court t
will report at 3 p. m. Those who missed the Saturday morning examin- who unobtrusive, in caringforcompel
ation-Mathematics-will report at 4 p. m. Those who missed the Black Quill: meets in 414, Martha Cook Building at 8 p. m. the physical needs and increasing app1a!s
Friday morning examination-Psychological Examination-will report _hehapinssf gthYatEe , my unappeals
the happiness of the patient, may{ aIIL J~. UU Llndte
at p. i. Theta Sigma Phi meets at 5 o'clock at the Delta Gamma house, suggest a mental state in which lon the
These examinations are required for all freshmen entering the he seenn__ge-h
University and will take precedence over all other appointments includ- Scabbard and Blade meets at 7:30 p. in., room 302 Michigan Union. ated sympathetically," he said. NEW YORK, OceT wu
in ls wr.B n ie v As'ociatd TP,(",) gae ypteialh ad ould
ing class work. Be on time. Dr. Mayo defended the trained NEW YORK, Oct. 15.-Robert manda
Ira M. Smith, Registrar Those Interesting in Creative Writing are invited to meet in Pro- nurse, declaring that at present her Maynard Hutchins, president of the argume
fessor Jack's office Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. fine training was wasted in scrub- IUniversity of Chicago and former that th
Rhetoric Placement Examination (Make-Up): Bing floors, making beds giving pa- dean of Yale law school has been must s
All freshmen who failed to write the Rhetoric Placement Examina- Exhibition of Paintings by Edward W. Redfield: 1:30 P. M. to 5:00 tients baths, and other tasks a hos-1voted the Montclair Yale bowl for be gra
tion during Freshman Week should write the make-up test on Friday, P. M. in West Gallery, Alumni Memorial Hall. pital maid could be trained to do 1929, awarded annually to the Yale 3 is like
._,_-6 ,_nm_2ng H .. __. in six m on th s. alu m n u s w ho h as w on his "Y " in argum
Exhibition from the National Society of Mural Painters, Architectur- Dr. Franklin H. Martin, president life, it was announced today. The
Highway Cooperative Course Students: All students who were enl- al Building, daily from nine to five. Thof the Congress, came to the de The
rolled in the Highway Cooperative Course during either, or both, of the f tDr Fhonkins. HMari, ptheiden ol, a g ift o e Ylen Cu mingo
_____________' fense of hospitals. He said the av- of Montclair, N. J., will be given to ating
last two summers, please see me at your earliest convenience. COMING EVENTS erage cost of hospital bed and Dr. Hutchins at the annual party of throug
R. L. Marrison i Candidates for Doctor's Degree in Education will have prelimini ary board, which included general Yale alumni in Montclair the eve- restric
Aexaminations October 17 at 2:00 p. in., Room 4000 University High nursing, was lower than the cost of
American Chemical Society: Dr. Irving Langmuir, President of the Sho
American Chemical Society, will speak in Detroit on October 23. Visi- similar room and board at a re-
tors from Ann Arbor are cordially invited. In order that the Detroit hspectab r hogedU
louse Presiets will meetThursday, Rpeettvs o ihgOctober 1,a ie'k*setbehtl
r both for all who will be present, it is requested that invitations and Dair. o give the patients in advance1
return blanks be obtained from the secretary of the local section of . a probable estimate of the cost
the A. C. S. L. C.Anderson . Engineering Council will meet Thursday, October 17, at 7:30 p. im., in which would include hospital nurs- or Every
i_______ Room 304 Michigan Union. - -_-- - _ -- -
Graduate Students: Graduate students who are on leave of ab- aOs You Want
sence from other universities where they hold the rank of instructor or Members of Freshman Group 97: Please call at my office on
above are requested to leave their names and addresses at the office Thursday istead of Wednesday. Margaret Mann } amos
of thenGraduate School, 1014 Angell Hall, for the use of the Faculty Geography 1. Section 3: Assignment for Thursday, October 17, PPhonographs
Women's Club.Ruth A. Rouse, Recorder pages 415 to 452 in Brunhes-Human Geography, on reference in Eco- Records
Ruh_.Ros,_ecrer Inomics Library, Angell Hall. O. E. Guthe Fresh Daily
Graduate Students: Instructor and Assistants who are pursuing Violins
courses or thesis work should bear in mind that enrollment in the Grad- Womans Research Club will meet for the election of officers on FRESH DONUTS
uate School is necessary. Also, candidates for the doctorate who are Thursday, October 17, at 7:30 p. m. in the Museums Buildig. TBanos
doing research work only should formally register.. The last date for _hursday,_Otoersan7Phy i__E.ucineM useumsuidn: g._ Ba____Wn
cuch~~~~~~~~~~a enolmetms edesayofths eenctbeh1.e Mn Students in Physical Edu cation Curriculum: There willbeWnoH rn
uch enrollment cs Wednesday of this week October 16. a meeting-of the Men's Physical Education Club inthe Auxiliary Gym- Cookies-Fresh-Daily TERMS
nasium of the Intramural Sports Building, Thursday evening at 7:30.4eTo Suith
Oratorical Association Lecture Series: All applications for Season All new men in Physical Education are urged to attend. 224 South StateT iY Sheet Musi
iH. W. Poe, Pres, W. H. MerriW, Secretary
Tickets, to receive first preference, must be received at 3211 Angell Hall LghtuSraylysB
by Wednesday, October 16. College of Literature, Science and the Arts: All students, now in LigtSL cOMIIUSi
EVENTS TODAY I residence, who received marks of Incomplete or X at the close of their Soups ASK TOM HINSHA
i last term of attendance, (i.e. semester or summer session), must com- Home-made Pies and Cakes 601 East William Street
Committee'on Student Affairs meets at 4:00 p. m. in Room 2, Uni- I plete work in such courses by the end of the first month of the present
versity Hall. semester, October 30. Where illness or other unavoidable circumstances

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uthority of Fcdera
Radio Power.
ERESTS INDUSTRY
( By :Assciated Press)
HINGTON, Oct. 15.- Te au-
of the Federal Radio Com-
to control the hours duriu "
radio broadcasting statins
on the air, a controversy o
mportance to the radio i-
will be decided by the su-
court.
highest tribunal now an-
d it would review the decision
district of Columbia court
eals which had held that
mmission could not compel
neral Electric company to
with an order regulating
ne its broadcasting station
*t Schenectady, N. Y., could
The supreme court will
r the case on its merits, and
opinion of many its decision
vital to the life of the com-
l.
ddition to seeking a review
decision in the case, the fed-
dio commission asked the
o grant it a mandamus to
the judges of the court of
to set aside their decision
which WGY has continued
air.
supreme court stated it
consider the petition for
mus at the time it heard oral
nt in the other case, and
ie commission at that time
iow why a mandamus should
nted. The whole controversy
ly to be reached for oral
ent late in November.
contest arose when the com-
n, in its general orders regu-
radio broadcasting stations
hout the country, sought to
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make this impossible, a limited extension of time may be granted
Members ofFreshman Group 36: call at Room 205 Economics Bldg.a by the Administrative Board, provided a written request, with the
between 1:15 and 4 to discuss results of examinationapproval and signature of the instructor concerned, is presented at
It Circolo Italiano meets at 4:15, in room 408 R. L. for election theRegistrar's Oce n aeu grade is received and no request for
of officers. I additional time has been filed, these marks shall be considered as

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Girls Interested in Fall Archery Tournament will meet at 3 p. M.,
Barbour gymnasium parlors. At least one girl from each house is
requested to be 'present.
Senior Engineering Dues will be collected from 1 until 3 o'clock in
the West Engineering Building.
Junior Engineering Class meets at 9:00 a. m., in Room 348 West
Engineering Building, for class elections, including J-Hop Chairman.
Alpha Nu of Kappa Phi Sigma meets Wednesday evening at 7:45
instead of Tuesday. All those wishing to try out for membership please
be prepared for a short talk.
Tryouts for Varsity Band at Morris Hall, 6:45 p. m. Any men
who play baritone, bass, trombone, piccolo, or oboe and are interested

having lapsed into E grades.
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