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T°UL' DiAV. JANUJARY 3. 1930.--I

1for conflicts, to be given Tuesday, Feb. 11, p. in., in room 10t R. L.


kmhetln I the Bulletin is const ructive notice to all mecmbers
o t hr, Uiuiversly. Copy received by the Assstant to the Presi-
(leilt until 3:30 t). m. (11:30 a. In. Saturday)
V0,L XL. TUESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1930 No. 89


P. 1'. fBursley
R~oomJorthe Finial Exa mination ,ii Rb~ioric 1;


!Byrd Not Disturbed by Temporary Delay P[Umri Pv I mAT~fF

I ins Lr 1,0on) assigied for

Me(mbers of the Faculties anid Staff~, and Students of the University:
(fut Of' resp~ect for Pre ident Fameritus H. B. Hutchins, all scheduled class-
Cs 'will bie sus pended and all Univers tv offices will be closcd this after-
nioon, t rc<< January 23, Jvr tivo e'cio'k.

Abbot Morii
Dade .. . .. . .. . 225
Baker ........103
lBcbout ... .... 103 1
Binkley ...... .. 1035.
Bliss .............. 22191
BwlI he.......2013
Etxzttu... . . . .22i 3.
Ie m . .... . .. 3

is hall.
R. L.
R. L.
A. H.
A. Hi.
A. H.
A. t.

Jnstrnetor roorn assigned for
jack........3213 A. I-I.
Mortris.......2203 A. IT.
Nel40on. ........3209 A. H3.
Ott ... .2225 A. II.
Prodtor ..... 165 Chem. bldg.
(Lecture Room)
PRe.............2235 A. 11.
SCMilk ... ......229 A. II.
walter .......2%U. II.
Watson.......... 2003 A. I1I.
Wells ............. 1009 A. 11.
Wetzel...........3?017 A. HI.
E. A. Walter

t .ssaiatd Pe " !er reports that alarm foi- tihe e-
LONG BPEACH, Calif., Jan. 27 - peclition is felt in the Unzited S( tis
Don Wallace, amateur operator of and that other nations had been
Radio Station WOAM here, Baid he asked to aid in reaching "Utt le
has been in touch with the Byrd; America;," the operator answered:
expedition near the South Pole and ',Muhaobutohi.'W
t hat its members are showing no; expect to be out of cold torage
concern over the possibility of being : soon. Evidently there is more w=or-
:cebouznd through the winter. 4 rying in the United States than
TIAformed by Wallace c: newsp p- here at the Pole."
Quarterdeck meets at 7.30 p. m. in the Union.
;Panhellenic Association meets at 4:NO p. mn. in the Cave of the
Michigan League Building.
The Bookshelf and Stage Section of the Faculty Women's Club will
not meet today.

IL LLIUL Li"11 1 tiLl I
Plan to Rob Hotel in Dctro):
Bared by Inveltiga tor
for Attot'ncy.
CHICAGO, Jan. 27.--Following a
month of investigaion, which in-
cluded telephone w ire tapping, po-
lice early today rounded up 22 per-
SOnS in a series of raids which they

h2il p:'om1ptly at 2 :10 p). 12. thrisJ't'cru
tfuner:1 pal evc o r ~tl~s

f t: Club murtst report at Morri,
ioon. T h,- Club is to attend the
vwi=?sn at the service at thb.'
L. AT. Fr s: scedc, Manager

lloag.... .......... 231 A.
klb brgucr......... 205 M'.

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St udezns, Who do0 11t Possess regula6r dr i1ng permits, and who wish
to Urcceal'' fotI e J-Hop weed end, are rceque.'tecl to file wvith this office

a letter of peruiinssicn fr'zom th]eir Parents includinag the make, type, ant
unierityLon Cmmtte':The University Loan Committee will licenise numbOers of the cars to be drivon. They will then be eligible for
mee o Wousdy, aru~v 3,at2:00 1). ni., ii oomi 2, University the social u,. of 1iti r s for1t 1 period kphginninag at noon, Friday,
t l. February 14, andi teryminaating at 8:130 o'clock on1 Monday mnorning, Feb-

COMING EVENTS sa id mnight lead to the wsoltio n of
The third freshman- lecture ini Hygiene. for men will be given in Jewel robbervies totalintg more tihan
Waterman Gymnasium, Thursday and Friday, January 30 and 31 at $100,000.
}.-4 and 5 P. m. This requirement includes all freshmen in the regular An "ss ant statec's attorney and
physical training classes, athletic squads and others that have been aplieanw.e mngtosr
excused from these groups. .. ,,,cR inan werc ,,,ainng 1mrthos r-

All 11)1)1 aC'i u . c I ( 8 Ixz~5sh i' ( ' cell (: al thIle ("Jljice of 1 ho IDean of
Cer3 fcat fe ma iiw i' s'''jmiai~t~n l~u~:ersO"(lice of the
School of Ediucationi, room 105 Tappan hail. All students who expect
f;) be recommended for the Teacher's Certiiicate at the end of the
reetsenriectce' must p Ay their fees and return their receipts to the
lcdc: i', kchool of Elvcad io'n, by Februiary 14.
'0 z beth B, ('Iarki, Rc.orde(r
SI! ol f clica>t ic 1--Eebrli iariy ; 'iors :All .Students Who V, ill have
C')1 P1l t('d requiremen~its for the (lef~gree anld Teacher's Certilicate at the
end ;f #.lie arcsent sc mi stev ' should ply tY dciv fees for lii.lons and
Cert:iBic,1(,- by Fbi nairy 14. lllanks may be secureldu tlthe Recorder's
u liike cf tii c choiol of T'iucation, room _105 Tappan hail.
El izibAlt i 1. Ca i'!, Recorder

f rary l A' Applica tons for such plrivileiges ^may~ be madel at roomy 2,
UriiveusiI v halon or af[ter Februai'y 1.
J. A. Mlrsle}T, De an
Untiversity Lecture: Professor Francis E. Lloyd of Mc~rill Univer-
t tity, Montreal: "A Botanist's Tour in Africa." (illustrated), at 4:15 p. mn.,
fin Natural Science auditorium.
A Collection of Water Colors by Vernon, Howe Bailey is now on exhi-
bit ion in ground floor gallery of the tclitectural building, under the
auspices of thQ Ann Arbor Art association. Open daily until January
'31, front 9 to 5 o'clock, except Sundays." The: Public is invited.
L xlhibit of Sills and Cotton. Prints by American designers and mianu-
facturecis,. third floor Architecture building.'.
All Engineering Studtiits: Mr. J. W. Parker, Chief Engineer of the
Detroit Edison Company, will speak on "Tile Very Human Components
of a. Public Service Organization" in Natural Science auditorium at
18:00 p. n .
This program is held under the ,joint auspices of :the Student Branch
A. I. 1J. E., and the Electrical ;ngineeri ig.Departmcnt;. The Depart -
niciit expects all E. E. seniors to attend. 7Al1 students are invited:
The 11hysics Colloquiumt is postponed.
Tau Beta Pi dinner meeting at 0:00 p. in. in the Uioun.

{lt.'7tL'(l ullb 1 QUI W(.11't', t'viciL+ 'e i lilG('r

1 - A NI.. .,

u. A. i"i' after s ktislatctorily explaining the
Detrot use of their names by members of
Mechanical Engineering Seniors: Mr. A. K. J.urlbuirt of theDeri; the gang in tele'phone convcrsa-
F,(Uson Company will be in room 221 'rest Engineering bilding; on 'bolls.
Wednesday and Thursday, January 29 and 30, for the purpose of making Patr'ick~ Roche, chief investigator
preliminary contacts with senliors. for the state's attorney, said he
11. C. Anderson had been informed that the gang
had intended to rob a Detroit hotel
Electrical Engineering Seniors : Mr. A.. K. Hlurlburt, Employment tozij it.
Manager, Detroit Edison Company, will be in. room 271 Wednesday and; The raids were led by Roche and
JThursday to make prelin ary contacts with se~niors. Chief of Detectives John Stege. At
one~ place they found what tliey
Senior Mechanical Engineers: Mr. John J. O'Connor of the Inter- : ter'mned a snmall arsenal,
national Harvester Company of Chicago, Illinois, will be in room 221 hoin-as Abbott, reported head of
jWest Engineering building oQi Wednesday, -January 29, for the purpose the ring, who also was accused of
of interviewing senior mechanical engineers interested in employment selling dope, was taken with his
with this company. wife, Lillian.
'11.+C. Anderson One of the robberies which police
said they expected to solve by the
Tryouts for admission into the advanced debating class, Speech 81,' arrests was that of Charles M.
for next semester, will be held at 3 p. in., .Friday, January 31, in 3209 Richzter, president of the Consoli-
A. 1-1. All students interested in intercollegiate, debating, both men and dated Magazine Corp., whose Gold
women, should be present at that time with 'a five minute speech on the Coast homn; was irnvacledl Jan. 0 by
:Ontario, system of .liquor control. . robbers who took $25,000 inl gems.
-} - --- --They hl d Richter,. his wife and
Members of MiNmes will meet at 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon in; foucr servants at bay with guns dur"-
the theatre. E. Mortimer Shufter in- the diuvv hr our.

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Graduate SS4 lemm':: iets whoepe.
for the proper blanik to be i'aod: in po ip; the
inust be paid before th c ceidko tl> ~tmaher

:)praduate in February,,
looni 1014, Angell hall,
dii-oma fee. This fee
Conrad, Recorder


All al'Itl t rar(~iu' :i .te St ta~its: All Ihoeinterested inl taking
avtiation flight Itrai ing und-e tx 1. U. S. IN avy, commnencing inl the sumn-
mner of 19.0 ;,t Eaaoii IO., cad ow,^fr sr i' !lsign andecker dr Ensignt
Ellicoek asi follows: Ells. Randeecker in il 1025 EI. Eng. Bldb. at 7:30
p. in, Jan. 2,3, or call1 87:19. Eiis. Elli ock i:1 the same room at 7:30 p. in.,
Jain, 30, or call 60t74.
;,ugi+ Friu i tudemt ; For the bxnielit of Ciho.,, who failed to reg-
ister- for the. Mvichigan Engineering Confer'ence, registration will be caar-
ied uin daugIthe week of J~lanuary 27 ill the Secretary's Office at rooln
2631 Wes Eni,,iie( .tg bulldiing,. cc + ayflable a'tlime of registration.
N1otic e: Urinking foui,=.hii s 4+rec being used as receptacles for ciga-
rette Out"ts uim.wrappers, pjecc ' of chalk, and even. as spittoons. As
this is a verny obfe-tioniabl i uth csi iitat:ry habit, we hope it will cease
at once.~
E. C. Iardon, Superinltendenlt Buildings & Grounds Dept.
*Itu'amural B~uili;'ttgwil b closed at 6:00 l). In. all dluring the two
wesof examlination per~iod.

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Portia Literary Society will meet'
at, 7:15 toinightL in Lv)unge 1 on the
Third Floor of the Michigan League.
Election of wilt oficers wi ll take plae;.
followed by a social gathering. .
#University Art Club meets at 5:00
p. in. in Rentschler's Studio for a
grouip picture.

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EIr 1iim5fw.' it ?';?,11 1uave :""S: gt : C 'asaesin French 1, 2, 11.,
31,, 4'., 111, 112, 153, 15' n Spanlish1 1, 2, 31, 32 will be given generalI
exam-' siattday, P. Ain., Fiebruary 8, as follows:
1FrenAchl 1, all sectionAs e cepL..3:00, in Nat. Science Auti.
1'ren-chi 1, 3:00 o'clock section, and Frenich 11, in 1035 A. II.
French 31, 8:00, 9:00, 1:00 ,sections-aWest Gallery Alum. Meml. Hall.
Fremnb. 3i, I: ; C .. sc ores, i - an
F eicch41 In 103 1,R. B.---
Fren.ch 31, 2:00 sections, in 2225 °-
A. IT. i
French 32 and French 2, all see- The New Packard
tions, in Physics West Leecture room. E.
French 111, all sections, 231 A. H1 Restaurant
'French 1531 and French 1 54, all '=M
sections.,iin 216 A. HI.
tios it Cheni,, AAipthAtrle~ik', room "1 Lun'ch . .f0
set~co s, in 2,5 A.1l,.-
~ir~;',11 2 l.~i~ 'el am, i :t' >)~~~ .I
.Spa ,"s~ ;,,1{ 11(;,.'' Re he i 1 ;m 'u=n70 jPrIIkard St.
NcvYor l.Stack 1:1 ~ange
(Clica~go Stock Exchange
Clevelan~d Stock Eixchange,
6 c rit Stock Exchange
New Y(,j'k Curb Markket
At 'ir t ,it s c-;r d on(ii !;<vtrM~rmgr
X 201 Firs: ;N t'J ::kPhone 429

All makes tof m-a
i ar'e Considered -
air o-lig fIie nest ill tie State. The1
rostilt of twenty yea rs' careful
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