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DAILY OF I CIALB ULLETINH
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)

lobrti Skidniore, David Nichols, Hailey Kline, Lack Wetr, Jerry
Knigh;, Toi Moule, Dudley Fasson, Leonard WilSOn, Joseph Howci,;
Jamncs Morrow, Vinai Taylor
Tryouts for Varsity Band will he held at 7:15 ). m. at Mo is IjaMill.
Trombones only.f
Michigan Un ion Opera Orchestra: There is room for twro trombone
players in this rcar's opera orchestra. All other vacancies are filled.;
Anyone desiring to try out may do so by phoning to Roy S. L.angham
at phone 2-1617,
Phi Epsilon Ka ppa will meet at 7:30 p. in. in Room 3014, Michiga. n
Union.

r ALL ~ NEARSConnecticut Senator O10GAEDAS
Testifies in Senate
WAmSHINGTON JRY MaROD F 86e00
ormer Secretary of Interior's # Ma..rked Fourth Complete Sell-

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VOL. XL,

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1929

No. 20

NOTICES
Senate Members having relation to the Graduate School will please
note that consequent to the resignation of Miss Ruth A. Rouse as
Recorder and Secretary to the Dean, the following rearrangement of
the office staff has been effected: Mrs. Sabina Conrad has been ap-
pointed Recorder in the Graduate School, the position of Assistant
Recorder has been provided for, and Miss Mary M. Robinson has been
appointed Secretary to the Dean.

Fate in Trial for Bribery
Will Soon Be Known
ALL TESTIMONY GIVEN

out

in New Wolverine
Stadium

G. Carl Huber, Dean
Organ Recital: Palmer Christian. University Organist, will give
the following program Wednesday. October 23, at 4:15 o'clock. The
general public is requested to be seated on time as the doors will be
closed during numbers. For obvious reasons small children will not
be allowed. The program is as follows:
Guilmant: Sonata in D minor, Largo e maestoso-Allegro Pastorale;
Jenkins: Dawn; Rameau: Musette en rondcau; Buxtehude: Prelude
and Fugue in G minor; Russell: The Bells of St. Anne de Beaupre;
Strauss-Christian: Morgen; Strawinsky: Berceuse, Finale, " (Oiseau
de Feu") C+arles A. Sink
Notice to all Deans and eparuient 1e.1; The Secretary's office
will have NO Student Directories for free distribution this year. If your
office needs a directory, please make requisition for as many as may
be required through the purchasing department.
Herbert G. Watkins, Assistant Secretary
Illinois Football Game: Girls wishing to go to the Illinois-Michigan
game are reminded that letters of permission from their parents must
be filed in the Advisers' office before five o'clock on Thursday, October!
24. Those wishing to travel by the special train will need a card from
the Advisers' office before making reservations. The chaperone's fee
will be one dollar.
A'ice C. Lloyd

Tau Beta Pi meets at 7:15 p. m. at the Michigan Union. ( B-Assciatcd Press)
WASHINGTON, Oct. 21.-The
Faculty Womuen's Club, Book Shelf and Stage Sections: Fi't me l juny of eight men and four women;
ing, at 2:45 p. m. at home of Mrs. J. M. Cork, 2034 Day St., M:. A. in the bribery trial of Albert B.
D. Moore assisting. Fall today approached the end of
its task of determining whether
COMING EVENTS the $100,000 paid the former inter-
Dr. Charles 4t Irowin, Dean Emeritus of the Divinity School of icr secertary by Edward L. Doheny
Yale University, will speak on the topic "How Much Do You Want?" at was a bribe or a loan.
the Sunday morning Convocation, October 27, at 11:00 in Hill Auditor- All the testimony in the case.
ium. now entering its third week, had
been presented, and the jury proba-
Zoology 32 (Heredity): Absentees from the examination ilast.June bWy will receive the judge's charge
will meet in Room 3089, Natural Science building on Saturday. Oct. Tuesday and retire for its delibera-I
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HARVARD TICKETS GONE
With 86,000 paid admissions re-
corded at the gate of the Oi"o
State-Michigan game Saturday, thew
annual encounter of the traditionaI
rivals drew the second largest
football crowd of the day, the
Notre-Dame Wisconsin struggle in
Soldiers' Field at Chicago passing
the Ann Arbor mark by 4,000.
Saturday's games also marked
the fourth completedsell-out of thye
new Wolverine stadium, and the
first sine the Minnesota game in

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EVENTS TODAY
University Lecture at 4:15 p. in., Room 311 West Engineering Build-
ing, Professor N4. C.. Kist, Professor of Bridge Engineering in the Uni-
versity of Delft, Holland, will speak on "The Factor of Ductility in
Design."
Dr. C. B. Stouffer will lecture on Victories of Vegetarianism at 8:00
p. m. in Natural Science Auditorium. The public is cordially invited.
Rev. Henry Lewis of the St. Andrew's Episcopal Church will speakl
at the Hillel Foundation, 615 E. University Ave., at 7:30 p. in.
Exhibition from the National Society of Mural Painters, Archi-
tectural Building, daily from nine to five.
Growth of the Soil, a film version of the Nobel prize-winner, and!
two short subjects, at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, daily this week
at 8:15 p. m.; also 2:30 on Friday and Saturday.
Educational Psychology Cl: The trip to the Northville Training
School will be held as scheduled this afternoon. Buses will leave at 1:10
from the East University Entrance, University high school.
Mechanical Engineering 32 will meet at the Automotive Labora-
tory at one o'clock, to go to the General Motors Proving Ground. Will
return by six o'clock. W. E. Lay
Acro 16 meets today. The paper on the History and Development
of Air Mail in the United States will be due at that time.
School of Education-C170a: I will not meet my class in C170a,i
Psychology of the Preschool Child, on Tuesday or Thursday afternoon
of this week. Katharine B. Greene
Seniors Majoring in Physical Education: Your class in Physical
Reconstruction will meet in the future on Tuesday instead of Thursday,
beginning today.
Physics Colloquium: Mr. L. B. Headrick will speak on "The Mech-
anism of the Electric Spark" in Room 1041 East Physics Building at
4:15. All interested are cordially invited to attend.
Sophomore Architects: Election of Class Officers will take place
in the Lecture Room of the Architectural Building.
Athena will meet at 7:30 p. m. on Fourth floor of Angell Hall. i
Adelphi House of Representatives: Prof. Arthur L. Cross of the
History Department will address the House on "English Politics of
Today" at the open meeting at 7:30 o'clock in the Adelphi room, fourth
floor of Angell hall. Visitors are cordially invited to attend.
University Girls Glee Club will hold its first rehearsal at 7:13
p. in. in the Committee room of the Women's League building.
The Art will meet at 7:00 in the committee room, second floor oft
the Michigan League to elect officers and discuss the scope and nature
of work which should be attempted. Both faculty and students are in-
vited to attend.
Oratorical Ushers: The following men report to Howard Simon
in room 3209 A. H. at 4:30 for assignments to usher for the Oratorical
series
Richard Spindle, Bob Walker, DeLaverne, Clatkin, Harrison Plum,
Donald Vedder, William Doyle, Douglas Edwards,. Fenelon Bocsche,

26, 9:00 o'clock, to take a supplementary examination. Those who ion. Today was given over to the ' 1
ion Thse ho ion Toaywasgivn oer1 1tJ 2,1 ich dew acaacity cro
expect to take this examination should notify me in advance in order finIa, arguments of attorneys. e ual to that of the Ohio and Navy
that the requisite number of copies of questions may be provided Associated Press Photo e
A. Franklin Shu Besides the story of the payment games of that year. According to
A Srom Doheny which the govern- Senator Bingham i Harry C. Tillotson, business mana-
political Science 32: The make-up examination will be given in mnt charges was a bribe for the From Connecticut who testified ger of the athletic association, sev-
Room 2023, Angell al, Saturday morning, October 26, at 9:00 o'clock i lease to him of the Elk Hills, Calif., recently before the senate lobby in- era thousand applications for the
2023,nts Ane Hall, aetrda moringatiober 26port 9h:00 'clock. naval petroleum reserve, details of Buckeye contest were turned down.
Students who expect to take this examination must report their names the transactions leading up ti vestigation committee in conne- All seats for the Harvard ga
immediately to the undersigned. James K. Pollock, Jr. Teapot Dame lease to HarryF. tion with the tariff bill. Although Al sea. fre Harvrd ae
Y_______ .I on Nov. 9 were disposed of a week
Elctrial Engineers: Meeting of Sudent Branch of Aericari Sinclair have been told. the bill has been before the Com- ago, and with a second sell-out as
Institute of Electrical Engineers, Wed., Oct. 23, at 8:00 p. m. All mem- testimony was evidence of payment cision has not over a week, a de- sured and the possibility of a third
bers and anyone interested in securing membership should attend o more tan $200,000 o all _isionhasnot as yet, been reached.' at the Iowa tilt.
this meeting. of more than $200,000 to Fall -- -
and his son-in-law by Sinclair, and
* is fromt this connected story of the
Mimes will meet at the theatre, Wednesday, at 5:00 p. n. It is two transactions the prosecutionEY
imperative that all members be present. hopes to procure the first criminal Members
LORCH TRACES DEVELOPMENT conviction in the oil scandals of the New York Stock Exchange
Harding administration. Ne okSokEcag
Both leases were set aside by the Chicago Stock Exchange
OF AMERICAN MURAL PAINTING supreme court in opinions which Cleveland Stock Exchange
severely criticised the former Detroit Stock Exchange
cabinet officer. Fall was acquittedDo
Commenting upon the exhibition!r
Cofmuralnintgs assemledby paintings, and sculpture. The Chi- of conspiracy with Doheny in the New York Curb Market
of mural pamtings assembled by cago World's fair did much in this Elk Hills transaction, and unsuc-
the essull souht ismssalof heAccounts Carried n Conservative Margin
Painters now being held in the direction, the two paintings in thepr nindicentn theground 201 First Nat'l Baik Phone 4294
first floor corridor and the museum main reading room of the Uni- pht insiiment donbte goudy
of the architectural building, prof.! versity library having been made -ta tcntttddubejoad. -__---- ___.
Emil Lorch of the architectural by Gari Malchers, formerly of De- p
school traced in brief the develop- troit, for the Manufacturers' build-
ment of mural painting in this ing of that exposition. Since that
country, in an interview yester- time many of our important build-
day. ings have been designed in such a
"The exhibition will be of unus- way as to give the painter a prom-
ual interest," he said, "to all who inent part in providing an artistic
have followed the' development of environment and particularly in ai
painted decoration in public and expressing the ideals of our civiliza- duh a'i
other buildings. The Boston public tion as well as its history." rrts, ega dlessof t he quality, are
library and the Congressional li- Prof. Loch pointed out that an
brary in Washington are two out- illustration of this there is themade O materials so fine that extreme care is
standing examples of th-e 'nine- work of Blashfield and Malcbers in
ties', in which an effort was made the Detroit public library, one of
to unify the arts of architecture, Blashfied's original studies requred in their laundering. The ordinary
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