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Publication In the Blulletin Is constructive notiee to all members
of the University. Copy received by the Asistan~t to the Pr'e
dent until 3:30 p. mn. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday)_
VOL. XL. FRIDAY, JAN UARIY 24, 1930~ No. 8t

Ar en-tife Wad. Tranpr ece Tourists
1'ron Ship Wt . kc * i Strts of Magellan,
c! , . ,Brew 'Transferrted transport was standinrr by to hep
\VtoffTierra del Fue o SE2I] later it was le aiim d the p. s-
f .Ef. aiic c ieg.~ ~ csnd crew had Waken to the
shpsboat:; and had been trans-I

TWENTY ~Miister to Denmiarle ElIPt O IARE

Proclaim Dethronement of KingE

NOTICES c]f erred to the transport safely.
NOIEStUENOS AIlRE, Jan. 23 -.More .hr een aulis Clan Chiefs.
President and Mrs. Ruthven will be at home, after February 1, from: than 400 tourists from Buenos!
4 to 6 o'clock on the first two Sunday afternoons of eacll month to 1Aires were safe today aboard thej Only the officers remained; INSURRECTION AT JXBRA
members of the Faculties, their families, and other residents of Ann ' ftgentine war transport Vicento{ aboard. It was impossible to pre-___
Arbor. ;Fde Lopez or the bleak shorts dit the fate of the steamer; near- (B, As~ocaed Pess)
On the first two Wednesday afternoons of each month after Febru iof Terra Del Fuieo (landl of fire) by radio stations tried unsuicces- ATIF S, Jan. 23-Twenty A-
ary 1, from 4 to 6 o'clock, President and Mrs. Rutiven will be at hom atter the gro tding of their ship,I fully to communicate with hr as banian government officials were
to the students of the University. !the Monte Cervantes, earlier on al other vessels hurrie 1 tward the1 said in. reports reaching Salonika;
la:ii the EStitso Magellan. pt today to have been killed at Dibra
University of Michigan OIfia l l tlh'artionr: The Editorial Office The Monte Cervantes, which has Available records listed the ship thnran instthen reignbofkinu
announces the issue of the Announcement of the Colleges of Engi- isGermian tramp designation and is as of in excess of 7,000 tons dis-
neeingan Arhitctre or 93-191, hih i No 3 ofVol ~ owned by the Hamburg-SouthI placement. It recently arrived at Zog.
nern adAcitcuefo 00191 hchi o 3 fVl.X TAnmercan line, etahreoIh uno ie ro abr.An assembly of the chiefs of the,
of the University Official PoblictLion. A i de' o ntachne nelth u ensghesfom-Habrg arious clans, including the Mar-{
Ira M. Smith which Magellan sailed on the first Only about seven per cent of the: ditz, held at Episkoi, proclaimed
circuimnavigation of the lobe, people in , England at the present the dethronement of King Zog, de-!
Univeitiy of Michigan Official Publcation: 'The Editorial Officeig1 While at first some fear was heldI time are classed as "farm popula- spite the efforts of an Italian of-+
announces the issue of Death Notices, September 928-September 19291fr those aboard the Argentine war (,io." ; nicer to pacify the chiefs by offers
supplementary to General Alumniu Catalogue of Officers and Students__ of money and desite the agu-
1837-1921 (Including Addenda), whichi is No. 37, of Vo. IXXXI of the mtents of the chief of gendarmerie.i
University Official Pub]lication. o clock at Dley's studio. All members come prepared to pay their annualt Seeral Albanian politicd refu-
Ira M, Smith ro11es. gees have returned to the insurgent
--- districts from Jugo-Slavia. Chiefs
n Polonia Literary Circle will hold its regular meeting in Lane hall of the insurgent clans were report-
University of Michian Official Publication: The Editorial Offie auditorium tonight at 7:30 p. in. ed to have lilled King Zog's local ;t
announces the issue of the Abridged Announcement of the SuYYifl hcr COMING EVENTS partisans, notable amoang themr be-
Session for 1930, which is No. 40 of Vol. X XXI of the Univers;ity 0"Ticial Library Committee Meeting: There will be a meeting of the Library' ing Rusten Bairan Ghasi.
Publication. iraCommittee on Tuesday, January 28, at 4 p. i., in the Librarian's office.1 The territory known as Albania
fra l. SithMembers of the Faculty having requests to lay before the Committee was made up of the old rurkish
are asked to hand them in at the Librarian's office before noon on:rvne fSutr n fYnn
Students; Colleges of Eng neering and Architecture: AUl tud-ents in t Monday, January 27. arnce of heuparsan of he Otoma
these Colleges who have not called at the Secretary', 01.1cc, 2i3 West' Win. W. Bishop, Librarian vand t of hepsrsoothandttmani
Engineering building, to give the narnes of the teachers of all the.'_________
courses in the Literary College excepting Chemistry, Economics, Geology,; Rhetoric 149 (Drama 1): Assignment for Wednesday night, Janu- which bordered upon those prov- c
and Pysicsare sked o do o imediatly inorde thatthei grads j ainc:(s.enAlbaniancs. inanependencedenewaa
and~~~~~~~~~~~~ Pyisacakdtdosimeitlinodrttthigrdsry 2:atn h production of the winning one-act plays, Tuesday, ~roclaimed and ageed to in the
may be obtained in time for classification., January 28, and take notes for discussion. Members of the class willI latter part of 1.912 and a Europeanr
Louri A. Hlopk~ins, Secretary call for their tickets at the Rhetoric Office, 3222 A. '{I. picWlimo id ett
gorine icimontry. sntto;
Aeronautical Society: Membrs who ha;ve any a:ctivities which may ift. 0. T. C. All Classes: Except. where otherwise announced to the Wtgtevutbrano the Ero-
be Included in the re prt for thle rovr Loning College Air prize, .are iass, final semester examinations will be held in the freshman Assembly j eanwri 1914 the rine left1
asked to hand them in before Saturday noon to Conelia Burwell, secre- I room, West Engineering buildin~g, 7:30 p. i., Thursday, Jan. 30.1 the country and it fell into a stateI
tary; or Clarence Ellicock, president. fleports may also be left at the oinrh u f hc ntelt
glider shop at 1050 Natural Science buildiig. Make a brief and detailed Hindustan Cub: Mr. Fenner Brockway, member of British Parlia- ter days of the war grew the re-
report of number of solo or dual hours, here, when, and under whom, m aent, will talk on "British Labor Party and India," on Monday, JIan. 27,1 public which continued until 1928.1t
summer flying; Army and Navy r,-serve fling; gliding; flying or gliding jt 4:15 p. m. at the Natural Science auditorium. All are cordially On Sept. 1 of that year Ahmed Beg
license; balloon trips, where from and duration; research work and any invited. i Zogu, president of the republic
reports or articles that may have been published. Include any other{ since Jan. 31, 1925, was proclaimed.1
activity also. These activities must have taken place between April 19 Standp Collectors: The regular meeting of the Ann Arbor stamp king. lie later abbreviated his
1929 and Jan. 1, 1930. j cub will be held Saturday evening at 8 o'clock in room 408 of the j name to Zog.j
Romance languages building. There will be an auction. Collectors and I Recent reports have said hi
Children's Rhythm Classes: Children's Rhythmi Classes are still ! isitors are cordially invited. health was very bad and have men-
open for registration. Call University extension 3176 for informationn. at tioned various movements against'
Craftsmen will confer the third degree Saturday at 7:30 p. i.a his authority. The capital of Al-'
..,T ODAY Masonic Temple. All Master Masons cordially invited. 1 Ii~ sTiaa
Exhibit of Silk and Cotton Prints by American designers and inn- ____ -----____ ____
ufacturers, third floor Archtectuire building. in n in ' t Cr."r.3s r.,Ye0.~/i^l ,. .,,~'o.,~r wr
Engli 31 and 32--Mr. Hutchins' Sections: I shall be unable to' New Y r itd i4b
meet- these classes today. Stocks NewmYork
All Engineering Studctits will plieAe~ examine carefully the pub-f Chicago Stock Exchange i
lished Schedule of Examinations and report all conflicts in their exam- Cnevtv iri ~ 4 lvln tc ~hn
inations to Professor fligbie?'s office, room 272 WVest Engineering buiildl- I.g
ing, not later than today at noon. &a
lI. II. Hli li New Yrk Curb Marketj
Telephone 2 3271. consCrido osraieMri
Engineering Mechanics: &1r. C. Burner, Detroit, will demonstrate' IAcouts1 ae nkCosevaiveMgi
the application of the Rieckhof instruments used to compute stresses in 1 21 r'irst Nat".BakrP one .4294
statical indeterminate structures. The meeting will be held in West BR~W~R 0 i S~ &!O
Engineering bufiling, room 445, at 8 p. in., and will be of special interest -NOIOA~
to students in. Structural and Aeronautical Engineering. NOP AEe
Investment. Scurities
Freshman Literary Class dues will be collected today, from 9:00 a. mn. Ar Arbor Trust Bldg.h t :3
t3:0p. in. at the diesks in the main lobby of Aigell hall. Is F1 1 ~
Sigma Delta Phi picture for the Michiganensian will be taken at 12 1 1 __

Police Are Called to Disperse .
Mob Threatening Lives
of Foreigners:
(Pv Associted Press)
WATSONVILIIE, Calif., Jan. 23 --
A score of Filipinos were being
gutarded from possible violence in
the city hall here today after e
d cisturbance in. which a mob of ap-
-roxiinately 600 whites, arm.(,
with clubs, whips. and f rearnm
wreced~c the interiors of severe?
Filipino residences and severely
heat their occupants.
All available police, sheriffs,
deputies, state traffic officers and
city firemen were called out to clis-"
perse the mob and rescue its vc
ti- ims. To prevent a renewal of hos-
tilities, Sheriff Carl Abbott and his
men remained here throughout the
Bitter feeling, which had its in-.
ception in labor problems, flamed
into action at the use of White girls
as dancing, partners in a Filipino~
Ssocial club at Palm Beach, across

Assocc led Press Photo
Ralph 11. Booth,
Resident of Michigan, who was
nominated by President Hoover for
the post of minister to Denmark.
Bloodless Knife Made
for Cancer Operations

the Paj'aro river from here.
I y A~sciatted 'res;) of white men gathered at
WASHINGTON, Jan. 23-Devel- 'corners and joined in the

stree t

opment of a bloodless surgical knife
said to be particularly effective in
cancer operations was described
here Monday by L. J. Williams, di-
rector of patents of the Grigsby-
Grunow Co. of Chicago, makers of
radio sets, in testimony before the
senate interstate commerce com-
The knife, he said, through the
use of an electrical current gen-
crated by radio vacuum tubes, sears
arteries as incisions are made, and
prevents the flow of blood.

on the Filipino residences in South
Watscnville. Bullets were fired
"through windows, accompanied by
a hail of bricks, and the infuriate
whites surged into the houses, drag-i.
Bing out the occupants.
At least 12 Filipinos were badly
beaten and flogged by the mob,
while others fled to rooftops and
: cellars in terror. The arrival of
police detachments was credited
>with having prevented possible kill-..
I ins and the firing of the dwell-


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