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1Publication iin the Bulletin is constructs ae'notice to all members Cocu~ an .......t...allery,025A. M H. . Rnc..a ...r..........2225 A. 1-.
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the P'resi- CE~~ n . et alyA .>. C.T. Wagner...........10225 A: I1.
dentuntl 330 . i.. 11:3 a.in.Satrda) Course? 51---All sections ................. West Gallery, A. Mv. 1I.
VOL. X14 THURSDAY, JANXTARY 30, 1930 No. 91 J Aiiy .students taking course 51 {car 52 and any one of courses 1, 2, 3,
-_____ ______4, ad 7 will report for course 1, 2, 3,.4., or '7 ^s scheduled. above, and.
NOTICES for course 51 or 52 at 7:00 p. mt. Tuesday, February 4, in room 3003 A. 11.
Students,, who do not possess regular driving permits, and who wish l S. E. Fied
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. 'EVENTS TODAY
type, and license numbers of the cars to be driven. They wil then be A Collection of Water Colors by Vernon IHowe Bailey is now on exhi-
eligible for the social use of their cars for the period beginning at noon, bition_ in ground floor gallery of the Architectural building, under the
Friday, February 14 and terminating at 3:03 o'clock on Monday morning, auspices of the Ann Arbor Art association. Open daily until Januaryv
February 17. Applications for such privileges may be made at room '31, from 9 to 5 o'clock, except Sundays. The public is invited.
2, University hall on or after February 1. .r' "Yi.tf.f c':l,,Hurt [n4 i Y,-!.-J- l m~nn encrona nr vnvv

'IRISH' EMIGRATION
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! FOUR BOMB EXPLOSIONS ff LNG

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I. A. Bursicy, Dean

a e,; f f imanIU cotton PFIrintLsay mecux dei~gners and manu-
f'ac urers, thirdl floor Architecture building.

To Members of Several Fac tties and Students: The public is in- honor Si udnts in English: Professor Stra uss will meet the group
vited to the Engineering C onf erecnce lecturer at Bill auditorium. The .to'lc,47Lbay
central sections of the Audito rium are reserved for those who register o'lc,47Lbry
for the Conference. R~egistrations mazty be made and programs may Pyisli:beelboaoywllb pnthsatroo o h
obtained at the Union Lobby. bsc14:Telbrtrwilbopnhsafronfrte
II. C. Sadler, Dean Ibenefit of those students who are not enrolled in the Ensrneering Con-I
_ terence. The meeting of the class Friday morning will be optional for
University Women: Out of respect to those whto are studying for i rviewA.
examinations, all wvoman students are requested to confine their- moving,
operations t~o the week end of February 14 to 17. Curriculum in Municipal Administration: All students interested
-- - i in the Cfuricuilumn-,in NMuinicinal Ar~ninistr,~-inn fin n.diiaP f4- rip

CHICAGO, Jan. 29--Four bombs; On the northwest; side an expto-
Reduction in Free State's Quota' weroe exloded Tuesday night and, t ion, blasted windows in a paper,
LiisEtyt ntd early today, one of them show erinj company; on the near southwest
Sttst 7~.debris onto Michigan Ave. traffic. side another bomb damaged a two-
';Saeto1,0.Guests in the new Southern hotelstr atmt ndgoeytr.
ILLITRATESfled from their rooms as an explo-i A fourth bomb early today dam-
RJECTED :lion in the 1200 block on South aged a shoe repair shop in a north
(fl,. Vsciaed rI Michigan broke windows on foivr, side apartment hotel, drove hotel
ruj A;s~cate rrFZfloors. Automobile trafficand pe- guests into the street and broke
DUBDLIN, Jan. 29- The rate of I destrians in the avenue, many of, windows'in the building.
emigration from the Free State to; them visitors to the automoble. A f ifth explosion was reported ini
the United States is steadily de-I show at near-by Coliseum. wore' the Loop district, but a search of
diin',caught in the shower of glass. the neighborhood revealed no. dam-
rlining. iAt St. Luke's hospital, two blocks! age, although diners in a restau-
For the year ended June, 1920, away, many patients were fright- rant . nearby averred they smelled
ithere were 8,000 fewer emigrants ened; windows in other buildings burning; powder.
oian the quota allowed. In. July of ion Michigan and Wabash were --I
this year the quota was reduced to 1broken, but no one was hurt whenI A George II chamberstick was re-
17,000, and the figures for the suc-!the bomb was exploded in the rear cently sold in London for $750.
ceeding months showr that even!
this exceeds the number of emi-
The number of visas granted o WW
dropped to two hundred below the1 3
quota estimated for each month.
Even if every applicant were
passed the quota would not be
filled. IH 0T
The American consul gei'~eral in'
Dublin, Cornelius Ferris, statedj RUSSIAN PIANIS T
that lately. intending emigrants E
have been of a lower type, and he i
has rejected many for physical de- CHORAL UNION SERIES
4 f ects or illiteracy.
He suggested that the reason for
a lower type of applicant is that
able-bodied men are able now to
make a decent living at home. ;
Sago, a dry granulated starch,!I
is obtained from the trunks of
several species of a genus of palms.I
There are large forests in Borneo :::>:::.h.
and Sumatra where the finest sago
i produced. Each stern y is ..
from 100 to 800 pounds. f

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Grace Richards ''l il tviIII'I. U ZIUIliilouzcUIV1 ut LtU ~LLC 6GUU~V&~416
Grace______ 1sare requested to meet in 2035 Angell hall at 1 :30 p. mn
Sociology 51: The sections will meet as follows for final examina4- A. W. Bromiage
I' , 11.Freshmen-College of Architecture: Class dues must be paid in
I+l--125 A. H. order to meet outstanding bills. 'Dues will be collected today from 9-12
Jandy-.-105 A.. IF. and 2-5, and also Friday, Jan. 31, from 3-5, at the treasurer's desk in the
Angell and Gcer 1 . H. rear of ithefreshmn, ieraft~n~rrom

Cameron and Homes-l10 Ec. --i lvl tctuat tuut vtt
The Piano Group of the Music Section of the Faculty Woman's Club
Roams for Exams, Romance Languages: Classes In French 1, 2, lmeets at 8:15 p. m. with Mrs. A. A. Christman, 1613 Shadford Road.
37, 32, 41, 111, 112, 153, 154 and Spanish 1, 2, 31, 32 will be , given ____
neral exams Saturday, p. mi., February 8, as follows: Pan-heylenic Association meets at 4:00 p. m. in the Cave of the
French 1, all sections except 3:00, in Nat. Science Aud. 'Michigan League Building.>
French 1, 3:00 o'clock section. and French 11, in 1035 A. H.
French 31, 8:00, 9:00, 1:00 sections-Vest Gallery Alum. Mem. hall. Christian Science Society meets in the Chapel of the Michigan
French 31, 11:00 sections and French 41 in 103 R. L. I~eaiie building at 7:30 p. m.
French- 31, 2:00 sections, in 2225 A. H-.____
French 32 an~d French 2, all sections, in Physics West Lecture room. Sigmxa Gamma Epsilon wil hold a luncheon in the Michigan Union
French 111, all sections, 2:31 A. H. ~at 12:15 p. mn.
French 153 and 'French 154, all sections, in 215 A. H. _______
Spanish. 1, 8:00, 9:00, 10:00 sections in Chem. Amphitheatre, room COMING EVENTS

Graduate Students: Second semester registration will begin Feb-

Spanish 1, 11:00, 1:00, 21
Spanish 2, both sections, i
Spanish 31 and Spanish 3'
Students in above courses
Spanish should take their Sp;
above, and a special French
Feb. 11, p. mn., in room 108 I. 1
Department of Mathemati
m ester in courses 1, 2, 3, 4, 7,
Science, and .the Arts wil be
according to the following scht
Courses 1, 2, 3, 4, 7:
Instructor Rooi
Abernethy ..............35
Anning................. 3<i

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l, 3:00 sections, li 25 A. H. I ruary 1 and continue through February 17.y Organizations: All Michiganen-'
n 205 M. H-. Sabina Conrad, Recorder j sian picture proofs must be in the
2, all sections, in 1l'25 A. IH.1 hands of the photographers by Fri-
who have conflicts betwieen French and I Psychology 31. Theses: All theses must be turned in not later I day. All copy must be in the Mich-
nihexams on the regular day, stated than Friday, January 3.1, 1930, at 1.0:00 p. m. Students wvho can not! iganensian office on the same day.
exAm for conflicts, to be given Tuesday, 1 get their theses in by this time will take an "I" in the course and newI
L ~thesis topics will be assigned to remove such incomplete. All theses; Rhetoric 31: Mr. Bebout's section
P. F. Bursley which have been graded will be returned frorn Saturday, Februar'y 1,; will meet for its final examination
--- -~-- . until "Tuesday, February 4, and again after the Final Exam Thursda.y,! in room 2023 A. H., Saturday p. mn.,.
acs: Final examinations for the first se- I in room 2125, N. S. Building. Students are asked to use care in main- I February 1.'
51, and 52 in the College of Literature, ( in room 2125, N. S. Building. Stu- v,-
holeld sdy, ebrar 4,2yt 5pFebruarys re s4, t 2s cto n5I p. in., dents are111 asked111111Illtltitto111use111careilllltnlllll-lI
eclu-c: maintaining the alphabetical ar-J DO YOUR GLASSES REMAVIN FULL
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