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DAI LY OFFrI CIAL B ULLETINH
-Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
*of~ the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi-
bitionl in ground floor gallery of the ArchtecturalI building, under the1 AGED A VIATlION ENTH IUSIAST
au puee , of the Ann Arbor Art assocatton. Open daily until January -
.Al i rii. .3 to :, ol. , except 2unday::. The public s isnvitedi. AIRPLANE TOUR OF SOUTH
Exhibit of"Silk and Cotton Prints by Amnerican desiffnerg and mannl-_
facturer , thiud floor Architecture bull ding.
jdentpuntil 3:30 i p i. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday) I Geology 1; The make-up examination which wa~s originally sched-
VO .. X. WDNEDAYJANARY39y030No. 9~0 filed for yesterday will be given today at 3 o'clock in room 4054 N. S.
M. Meyer's Sections in Physics 35: Students in my sections who
NOTICES wish an opportumnity to review Ileatpescoette VPhic
Student Council: The Student Council will not meet tonight, Jan- iyPlaecmtoheV.Pyss
uary29.Ernst eif Bldg. this evening at 7:30. Attendance is entirely optional.
Choral Union Concert: Vladimir Horowitz, Russian pianist, wil Casi odcig r atr ilme h ls nCnu
give~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ tefloigpormitheihhCoaUnococrin111ig today at 4 o'clock. Those unable to come at that hour will please
wingprogam i the eigth hora Unin cocertin i# come at 5 o'clock.
auditorium, Friday, January 31, 8:13 p. mn. _____
Bach: Organ Prelude and Fugue, I) maj or; Scarlatti: Capriccio;
Brahms: Two Intermezzi, Op. UP,, 119, Scherzo, F Minor; Chopin: Bal_ Gargoyle Business Staff and Tryouts: There will be ~ mee'ing cf
lade 0 ino, To Maurks, mprmptu A latMajr, Eude F ajo, !the entire business staff and tryout: at the Pregs Buildig, today, Wed-1
lade ino, TokoMazurk as, vpotSugAefltonMaor, Eue FMaji, n esday, at 4:30 p. in. Tryouts must be up at 3 p. m. for mailing out.
Valse Brilliante; rkoif:G oteSugsonDabique;" &t The February issue of the Gargoyle goes on sale on the campus onl
Sonetto del Petrarea No. 123; H-orowit,,: Virtuoso Variations on Two 'i~ s~ aur 0
Themes ofT "Carmen."ThrdyJauy30
EM IN CRI4TI.CAL
h Chaos Holds Sway Wile Public
Officials Prepare to Meet
DELAY TAX COLLECTIO N
r ~CIICAGO. Jan. 28-Forebodings
of continued financial chaos rum-
bled through the local governments.
today as public officials prepared,
for a, final showdown with the;
CiiiLens' Rescue committee.
'4Adding to the already muddleil'
Charles A. Sink
Cnm-d CihU;I* Tnfi- fn~ .r . 4p-,r l .d.-.-.n.wil hafnlro n+ nn- nl
1vuoy tLu:r Aiu leJL u 1 the 1isnsi nwill JDe Li~eIar oioc UlULAti
Faculty, Schoo& of Education: The next saf luncheon and faculty ; thisatroortRnsclrssudode~~ itai
meeting will be held on the third floor of the Michigan League building j nie t"LanComite:uheUnierit LanCorstte il 1929 is
Ct 12.o'lockonModSyFrbtary17 meet at 2:00 p. m in room 2, University hall. n...t.Lal
C,0 ai.SceayAll applicants for loans should al at the office of the Dean ofd;a
- Students for an appointment with the Committee. *'s.\- fo
Graduate Students: Students who expect to graduate in February J. A. Btursley, Chairman hv'.. 4 b' fom rd
should call at the office of the Graduate School, room 1014, Angell hall, -board___
for the proper blank to be used in paying the diploma fee. This fee Th!oaia eia eesa :0p .ro 13,N .Bd.'''popert
mutb adbfr h n ftesmse.Paper by Eileen W. Erlanson-"Sterility i. wild roses and in some 000e000
Sabina Conrad, Recorder species hybrids."chin
Engineering Students: I"or the benefit of those who failed to reg-. Electrical Engineerinig Seniors: Mr. A. K. Hurlburt, Employment A4&extael Pres Photo sin
ister for the Michigan Engineering Conference, registration will be car-' Manager, Detroit Edison Company, will be. in room 271 today and Thurs-Wilm .Gnet Malo
y Wiliam L Gsurvey.
Tied on during the week of January 27 in the Secretary's.Office at room( day to make preliminary contacts with seniors. Retired Portland, Maine, newspaper publisher and aviation enthus- back ts
263 West Engineering building. Fees payable at time of registration. A. D. Moore ast, is shown just before he took oa at Miami, Florida, on a 14,000-mil°it im
Rooms for the Final Examination ini Rhetoric 1: aeiltu f-ot mrc.M. Gannett is 76 years old. Mear
Intrctr oo asine fr Intrctr oo asine frSenior Mechanical Engineers: Mr. John J. O'Connor of the Inter- - - ---- - - vded
examilnation examination Inational Harvester Company of Chicago, Illinois, will be in room 221 CHARGES VILBUR~ Press W ill Present ial ai
Abbot ..... ...... Morris hal Jack .............. 3213 A. H. West Engineering building today, for the purpose of interviewing senior chairni
Bader..............2 25 A II. Morris......2203 A. H.j mechanical engineers interested in employment with this company !FAVORED TRUSTS New of C neene-May
Baker .............103 R. L. Nelson............. 3209 A. H. IHI. C. Anderson -- e sOIC neec his for
Bebout... .....103 R L. Ott ............... 2225 A. H. I-'T~aMPos2.Sce-I. Wa
Bfkey..: ... 05A.I1 Potr ....15Chm ld.! Engineering Discussion Club meets at Union for a Smoker in room WASI-ITNGTON, Ja.OtSer-(y Asociated Prss)i theb
Bissy.......103 A. ll. Po(Le....15cueRm.)g 319 at 7:15 p. mn.tr Wilbur of the interior depart-LODN Jan. 28.-Under the frowne
Boote ," " , " ,, ,, 203 A H. Rowe........... 225 A H.leadership of the American delega-. which
Boohe........213 . H P-we.........223 A.H.Phi Eta Sigma: Initiation at 5 o'clock, room 304 in the Union. imnt was charged in the senate to- tion, plans were made late today toE mati
]utchart . 202 W.-Physics bldg. Schenk ............. 229 A. Hi l ciemmer hudb sn. day by Senator Norris, Republican, ;let the whole world listen in must p
Everett ............213 A. IH. Water ..............3206 .U. H l ciemmessol epeet
Hem.......H . H. Wasn.....20 .H Nebraska. with nulliying the pro- through the press at all future'oert
Hoag ............... 231 A. II. Wells............. 1009 A. H.( Eta Sigma Phi will hold a regular meeting at 7:30 p. in. in the visions of the Boulder dam bill and' plenary meetings of the naval con-+ and all
-HIornberger ........2h05 AT. II Wetzel............. 3017 A li Cave, Women's League building. moving to turn the power from the. ference. designs
E. A. Walter proposed project over to the "wat- American newspaper men are to 000,000
____Varsity Band: Rehearsal tonight at Morris hail beginning prompt- erpower trust." get 12 seats in the meeting room. Ante
Speech 31 and 32 Final Examinations: The final examinations in~ ly at 7:15. The Nebraskan read an opinioni The plan applies only to full :county
Speech 31 and 32 will be held on Thursday, Feb. 13, at 9:00 a. m. Ph-im-et oih nro 13 .S lg .C l vu given by the solicitor of the into- meetings of the conference and not head c
Speech 31-St-udents from A to L inclusive will report at room 1025, talkSonm"Freshwtrsonges."ro 13n.S.Bdg .C.Odwil or department which held power to sessions of the big five or cor- vrvd a
Angell hall. Students from MI to 7 inclusive will report at room 25,tl n"rshae pne. could be sold to private interests.' mittees. 'for and
A ngell hall.-._-_--
Seehl 32-All students will report at room 25, Angell hall.- COMING EVENTS (uefreshmen- College of Ar chitec-
G. E., Densnore -f The third freshman Lecture in Hygiene for men will be given in !'order to meet outstanding bills.
-- ~Waterman Gymnasium, Thursday and Friday, January 30 and 31 at' Dues will be collected on Thursday, I ou repair and n
History 5(105)-Wednesday, i :bruary 5, 9-12 a. m. final examination. j13-4 and 5 p. m. This requirement includes all freshmen in the regular Jan. 30, from 9-12 and 2-5, and also i
Mr. Scott's sections meet in Natural Science auditorium; Mr. Manyon'sI physical training classes, athletic squads and others that have been !Friday, Jan. 31, from 3-5, at the takes care of° yc
sections meet in room 25 Angell hall; Mr. Long's sections meet in roomi excused from these groups.I treasurer's desk in the rear of the
103 Romance Languages building. G. A. May freshman drafting room. p o l m
History 93-Final examination, Thiursday, February 6, 9-12 'a. im. in ------------- -*-------- .-
room 231 Angell hall, the regular lecture room.
In room 1025 Angell hall, the regular lecture room. ' I
Hitoy 3-Fialexmnton WdnsdyFbrar 1, - p.10,RepFirngth La
Preston losson I A New Front Door
THIN ENUS"" iDraughty Stairway
League House Presidents: Closing hours, during examinations are Brkn aac'o
the same as regular closing hours, 10:30, week nights until every girl I A1l the Leading Makes-Every One Guaranteed Er~eR~rg
in the house haes completed her examinations, then the time for Closing
hours will be extended until 11:00 o'clock. Week-end hours will be asi06 I a Expert Word Car
usual, 1:30, Friday nights; 12:30, Saturday nights and 11:00 on Sunday. * . o. $ 10.00t Reasonable Prices Bes
These hours extend through until next semester, except for girls going 1
to the J-Hop. All House Heads will receive the University letter cn 31I ' UEh'IC
Rerning the J-Hop week-end regulationi. con= (1300PR IF YOU NEED SCREED
Margaret S. Bush, President of the Women's League ;'E eyan ida SPRING IT IS CH-EAPER TO I
Elisabeth DeVo, Chairman of the Board 0f Representatives O vr Sizean Kid t
Intramural Building will be closed at 6:00 p. in. all during the two U N VRI YiTr~1t, uf
weeks of examination period.(
_ IUNVESIY ursne35,u
Students, who do not possess regular driving permits, and who wvish 1 BOOK STO RE 635 South Maii Street
to use cars for the J-Hop week end, are requested to file with this office
a letter of permission from their parents Including the make, type, and I___________________________
an, the board of review fur-
elayed coiiection of 1928 and
axes by ordering what yin-x
amounted to a new reassess-
f Loop property.
action followed protests
niany sources-including the,
of education - that Loom..
ty was undervalued $300,-
in the 1928 reassessment:
:1 by Wiliam H. Malone,;
an of the state tax commis-*
>n, in approving the new
,said the delay in, collecting
axes would be "worth while"
)artial and honest."
awhile, officials were still di-,
aver the acceptance of finan-
d offered by Silas H. Strawn:
an of the rescue committee,'
or William Hale Thompson.
ces in the city council, and.
Ilace Caldwell, president 01'
)oard of education,. still'
xd upon the Strawn offer -
was accompanied by an ult.
1that the public officials
ledge co-operation to reduce
ng expenses to, a minimum
low the Strawn committee to
ate for what needs the $20,-
in pledges shall be spent.
,n Cerrmak, president of the
board, and Howard Elmore,
cf the sanitary district, fa-
acceptance of the Strawn of-
- pledged their co-operation.
LS IN THE
BUY THEM NOW
license numbers- of the cars to be driv-n. They will then be eligible for
the social use of their cars .for Lth ?ieriod beginning at noon, Friday,
February 14, and terminating at- 8:5O o'clock on Monday morning, Feb-
ruary 17. Applications for such privileges may be made at room 2,
University hall, on or after February 1.
J. A." Bursley, Dean
Engineering Students may turn in Conference registration cards}
and get admission badges at Secretary Hopkins' office, room 263 West 1
Engineering building, today and Thursday morning. Registration will
continue until Thursday noon at Secretary Hopkins' office, after which;
all conference business will be transac ted at headquarters in 'UnionI
lobbyr. Tickets for luncheons and banquet-s may bef procured at the
Union Thursday. See bulletin boards for prices.
F. N. Menefeec
Mimes meeting will be held today in the theatre at 5 o'clock instead
of at three as previously announced.
Organ Recital by Palmer Christian, at 4:15 p. in., hill auditorium.
-A Collection of Water Colors by Vernon Howe Bailey is now on exhi-
rid ay (45Saturday vNights
C 10 edyClub Presents
" InLove ith Love" I
By Vincent Lawrence
- At The
~Lydila Mendelssohn Theatre
"About a mhan who
was hanged after he
F~ .- , "'indfBergh was the
- 7th man to fly
across the ocean."
"AI king who
"Buffalo Bill never
shot a buffalo in his
onwas not. the frst'
President -.f t he
"David Rice At-
chison slept thru his
term as President of
feA Queen crowned.
a fter death."
"A - naval.ftet .cap-
tured by cavalry,"
"'St. Patrick was not
Iced sea on Dry
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