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D A I LYOFFIC I AL B ULLEINII
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. mn. (11:30 a. m. Saturday)
r VOL. XL, SATURDAY, October 119, 1 No. 19_.
I NOTICES
Excuses for Absences: Underclassmen in thea College of Engineer-
ing must take the initiative in securing from the Associate D ,an ex-
cuses for absences from classes. Eixc o es roust be applied for within
rive days after return to classes. Upperclassmen should explain irrecg-
ularities of attendance to their instn~uctors.
George W. Patter son, Associate Dean, College of Engineering
Engineering Research Bulletin N.. 13f.. . The Department of En-
gineering Research announces the publication of Bulletin No. 13, "A
Practical Method for the Selection of Foundations Based on Funda-
mental Research of Soil Meebanics" by W. S. Hlousel. Members of the
Faculty may obtain complimentary copies by calling at the Publications
Office, Room 1047 East Engineering Building.
J. Ril:Yigh Nelson, Cbairmasn of Publications
Advisery Group No. 53. Will t1-,, members of the Advisery Group
No. 53 come to my office, Room 2216 A ,,e~ll ,1, for consultation aboutc
;cores made in the Freshmein Weeck ce ,,t=1 ?,tions?
A. A. Hill

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l~ud51a {1ib xiiimeet Sunday, October 20, i t 2:30 p, ig. at; Lane,
All s cet fom i lia a rc requested to be ist
The Iondiy Eenngllr~miSecetion ef theFt~utvWtvi l
vwill meiet W\4i i :: , Oetbur 2i,<at 1:45 p.n. ,at te ae 11ceh ls
on Forest Aver,,J,.
Rimyflft.- ;1) ( illiiimeet Monday evenling, (IX) ober * t1 11~:00 )p. rin..
roan" <a6 P'icug- J.Un-ioni.CGraduate ,student s In I h e epa'ent are
'miost cordially i_ Vg"(- to come.

THAT OF DEN!
WASHINGTON, Oct. 18--'Iiki.and
L. Dohcny, oil operator from whoin
the government alleges Albert 13..
,Fall accepted a bribe of $100,000) to
lease him the Elks Hills naval oail
reserve, was summoned today to
testify at the trial of the [ormer
secretary of the interior.
The witness, who faces bribery
eharg~es also, was called by the de-
fense to support its contention that
the money involved was a loan
from one old friend to another.
Testimony also was sought from

3 Y AT FALL'SI7NL
such that ho could appear today.
With the. introduce tinoft testi-
maony given by I ie late Edw i Den-
by, secretary of the navy in the
Ha rding cabi net, and by the late
Edward L. Doheny, jr., at the Fall-
:Doheny trial three years ago. the
groundlwork was laid for the tcsti-
mnony of Doheny himself.
Denby's testimony was to the ef-
fect that he took full respoonsibilt~y
for letting the contract for which
the government contends Fail ac-
cepted the bribe. Youns Dolheny's

0 REIS [0 MAY ET
199NOBELp PRIESMERRILL, LYNCH 1
( , AsociteIIPres') C O *~
STOCKHOLM, Oct. 15.-Theodore AC
Dreiser, American novelist, is men-Mcbr
tioned in Stockholm literary cir- I
esas a possible wlnner of this Yr
yeer'sNoble Prize in literatuie New YrkStock Exch anwC
Formal announcement will b
imade about the middle of Novem-' Chicago Stock Exchange
ist, previously had been mentioned. oCeeadSok xhi
The prize this year is worth $46,192.!
____ IiDetroit Stock Exchange
CLEVELAND PLANE SETS!~ New York Curb Market
RECORD OF 38 MINUTES
___ Accounts Carried on Conservative Margin
A new time record in passenger
plane flights between Deri n 0 First N'l~z Bank hoe494
day afternoon by Pilot Leon aD. 2v
! Sherrick, of the Stout Air Lines,
when he arrived at the Cleveland Io o cco~}o-o o tco t }{,
Airport with seven passengers 38 -
minutes after leaving the Ford Air- R ADT E AIYC SSF DS
port.ss

House Heads and Iiv .ec rsd.n By the action of the Board ofE.
Representatives, and ratified by lhe Women's League Board upon the ;
recommendation of the Adviser's off ,:e, the Friday night leaves andS
latenesses are delegated to the 1ho:use 1head. This action takes place
at once. Passed October 17, 1929.
Elizabeth DeVol, Chairman of ti e Board of Representatives
House ]Heads: This is to remind you that the contracts are duo in
the Office of Advisers on or before Ott;ber 25.

Grace Richard

Mrs. Doheny. testimony
Although the defense attorneys' to Fail in
Thursday asked that their ailing 1921.
defendant be excused from the aft- --
ernoon session of the court on ac-
count of his ill-health, members of
his family said his condition was1i
WASHINGTON, Oct. 18-Memn-
beis of the Caraway lobby investi-
gating committee today examined
the federal statutes to determine
their application to the case of
Charles L. Eyanson, who was em-
ployed simultaneously by the Con-
necticut Manufacturers' association

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told of bri: iging $100,000
Washington, on Nov. 30,

EVENTS TODAY
University Lecture at 10:00 a. in., Natural Science Auditorium, by
Professor Leon Asher, Director of the Physiological Institute at Berne,:
Switzerland. Subjeet will be "Specific Diuiretics."
Exhibition of Paintings by Edward WV. Redfield: 1:30 P. M. to 5:00
P. M. in West Gallery, Alumni Memorial Hall.

Exhibition from the National Society of Mural Painters,
tectural Building, daily from nine to five.

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____ and by Senator Hiram Binghamn as
GfM~ TG EENTShis secretary and adviser on tariff
COMIN EVETS Iquestions.
University Lecture October 22, at 4:15 p. i., loomn 311 West. tn - Meanwhile, additional witnesses
gineering Building, Professor N. C. Kist, Professor of Bridge Engineer-f were called in the committee's in-
ing in the University of Delft, Holland, will speak oj. "The Factor of quir~y into the Bingham incident,
Ductility in Design." which already had revealed that
Eyanson attended the secret ses-
Mechanical Engineering 32 will meet at the Automotive Labora- sions of the senate finance commit-
tory at one o'clock Tuesday afternoon, October 22, to go to the Gen- tee, then engaged in framing the
oral Motors Proving Ground. Will return by six o'clock. ( tariff bill, and at the same time
served as assistant to the president
Physics 36 and 46: During the Lecture hour next Wednesday there; of the manufacturers' organization.
will be an Examination cover-rng sections One to Forty-nine in the Text.; The ultimate purpose of the com-
____ -- jmittee was a thorough disclosure
history 3--Sections 1, 6, 9, 10'. 15, 17: The collaterial reading for of all phases of the affair and did
next week is Johnson's History of Europe in the 16th Century, Chapter not contemplate the institution of
I f any legal steps against either Ey-
anson or Bingham. The statutes

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To Students and Residents : You are cordially invited to attend'
the second experimental devotional service sponsored by the Student'
Christian Association to be held at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.'
Sunday evening, at eight o'clock. Excellent music and a good speakert
have been procured.
Harley B. Kline, Chairman
Pi Lambda Theta will meet Monday, October 21, at 4:00 in the tea
room, Michigan League. ,
Student Volunteers for Foreign Missions will meet in the Board
Room, Lane Hall, Sunday, Oct. 20, at 9:30 A. M.
Varsity Glee Club will rehearse Monday evening at 7:15. After the
rehearsal there will be a try-out for second basses at Room 308 Mich-
igan Union. Anyone interested in trying out is urged to come.

affecting the employment of gov-
ernment workers by outside inter-
ests were submitted to the commit-
tee by Bingham himself.

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
FIVE DOLLAR
1uckskin Gloves
$3.45
Every Pair Is Real Buckskin
His is yrs. chan-ce to secure a pair of the best wearing Gloves :made.
TINKER&COPN
South State Street at William Street
Don't forget that we make clothes from 29.5O up.

LOYALISTS OF
START RIOT AT,

CHINA
WUHU

SHANGHAI, Oct. 18 - Advices
from the city of Wuhu, in the prov-
ince of Anhwei, today indicated
that some Nationalist government
troops had mutinied there this
monoing, but were driven from the
city.

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