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THE, MICHI ;AN

DAILY

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLEIINN

Those interested in the' Archery Tournament to be held in Detroit
the last part of this month are requested to meet in Dr. Lynam's office
in Yost Field house this afternoon.

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Disciplinary Action
Meted to FreshmenLL

Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members Junior Engineers who wish to be on the Class Track Team are re- Ny Trf 1 Wn Grou
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi- quested to call Louis Zanoff at 6510 after nine o'clock this evening.
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday) Appropriate discipline has been
VO.X.WDNSA, ~ meted to nearly two score fresh-' White-haired Multi - millionaire
VOL. XL. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1930 No. 120 Senior Pharmics: Class dues are payable to Robert Hewitt. Dues men fo neari their "pos, iseShjered t V ioous
mus bepai inordr o rceie anoucemnt, wichmaybe rdeedmen for not wearing their '~pots,' is Subjected to Vigorous
_____________________________________ must be paid in order to receive announcements, which may be ordered 1nx ekfo itrMdltn according to a report of the tradi-. Cross-examination.
NOTICES next week from Victor Middleton. tionrcommittee composed of fresh-
Students, Col'eges of Engineering and Arciitecture: Incompletes men and sophomore men. The dis-
in all courses must be removed before the end of the eighth week of Black Quill meets in th Cave at 4:15 p. m. , ciplinary action is being taken up- CHARGED WITH BRIBERY
the semester of residence next succeeding that in which the courses were (on recommendation of the Student
elected. For the present semester, April 12 is the final date for removal of Pi Lambda Theta meets at the League at 4:15. The room will be council, and is part of a program;(y Associated Press)
incompletes, without official extension of time. posted on the bulletin board. to assure the full observance of the WASHINGTON, March 18-Ed-
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary freshmen tradition. ward L. Doheny, white-haired mul-
Senior Ball Committee: Meeting at 8:00 p. in., roo '8 Michigan Additional names of first year I ti-millionaire oil operator, calmly
Unionmen who have not been wearing
Us: Uyf g mBthe headgear of their class are be- faced a vigorous cross-examination
Students' Recital: The University tof Michigan Symphonic BandtdyohisorofheraacI
Nicholas Falcone, conductor and clarinet soloist, will give the following Frosh Frolic tickets are on sale at the Michigan Union from 3:00 to ing sought by the council as the ay on is story of the transac-
program in Hill Auditorium, Sunday afternoon, March 23 at 4:15 o'clock, 5:00. committee has taken care of pra- tion with former Interior Secretary
to which the general public with the exception of small children is tically all of the offenders whose Albert B. Fall, which the govern-
invited to attend: The Nursery Section of the Faculty Women's Club meets at the names were received during the ment charges was a bribe to the
Mendelssohn: Overture to "Puy Bas"; Rimsky-Korsakoff: "The League Building, at 8:00 o'clock. Dr. George Moore, Orthodontist, will rs cabinet officer
Young Prince and the Young P'rince s" from "Scheherazade"; Weber: speak. Memberso.x-
Concertino Op. 20; Strauss: Walt,. "Tales from the Vienna Woods"; .embers of the tradition om. This transaction, involving an ex-
Bach-Vassella: Passacaglia in C Minor; Tschaikowsky: "Marche Slave." mittee were selected by the council change of $100,000, the government
Charles A. Sink COMING EVENTS 1 from the various football squads contends was intended to influence
Iand they are well qualified for
Geology 2: The lecture will be given as usual on Friday of this their task, reports show. Discip. the then secretary of the interior
week. The recitation sections will not meet on Thursday and Friday, linary action customarily taken on to execute to Doheny the now cele-
Junior Medica' Students: All reading notes in Preventive Medicine, however, on account of the sessions of the Michigan Academy of Science, the violators of traditions at the brated lease on the Elk Hills naval
if not called for before Saturday, March 22. Main Desk at the Health Arts and Letters. University is being administered petroleum reserve, one of the two
Service, will be destroyed. I. D. Scott by the committee. focal points of the oil scandals of
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French Lecture:
room 103, Romance:
Moyen Age."
Organ Recital by
Architectural Bui
enlargements showin

EVENTS TODAY
Proftssor C. A. Knudson will lecture at 4:15, in
Language Building, on "La Vie Universitaire au
Palmer Christian at 4:15 p. m., Hill Auditorium.
ldig Exhibition: A large number of photographic
g the work of Mr. Lee Lawr e, leading American

Architectural Sculptor, are nowton exhibition in the third floor gallery,
daily, except Sunday, from 9 to 5.

Oil Paintings from the Annual Chicago Exhibition are on
in the West Gallery of Alumni Memorial Hall through April 11.

display

Senior Mechahical Engineers: Mr. Hurlburt and others from the'
Detroit Edison Company will be in Room 153 West Engineering Build-I
ing today and Thursday, for the purpose of interviewing any men who
may be interested in employment with this company. Will those inter-
ested please. make appointments in Room 221?
H-. C. Anderson
Members.of the A. S. Chem. E., A. S. C. E., and A. S. M. E. invite
all those interested in hearing Dr. H. J. Rose, Asst. Director of Research
for the Koppers Co., Pittsburgh, Pa., talk on "Coal Carbonization, A
Great Basic Industry"; meeting to be held in room 348 West Eng.,
at 7:45 p. in.
Seniors, E. E. and M. E.: The Detroit Edison Company will bel
represented here for recruiting, by Mr. Hurlburt, Employment Manager,
and others today and Thursday, in Room 153.f
A. D. Moore, H. C. Anderson I
Engineers: A joint meeting of the student branches of the A. I.
Ch. E., A. S. M. E. and A. S. C. E. will be held today,
at 7:45 p. in., in room 348 West Engineering Building. Dr. H. J. Rose,
Assistant Director of Research of the Koppers Company of Pittsburgh,
will address the meeting on "Coal Carbonization, A Great Basic Indus-
try."
C. G. Kirkbride, A. G. Barber, S. J. Cheney
Senior Mechanical Engineers: Mr. J. H. Dillon of the Ingersoll-Rand
Company will be in Room 221 West Engineering Building, today and'
Thursday morning for the purpose of interviewing any men who may
be intere.sted in employment with this company.
H. C. Anderson
The Research Club meets at 8 p. in., in room 2528 East Medical Build-
ing. The following papers will be presented:
"Polyatomic Molecules and their Spectra," by Professor D. M. Denni-
son; and "Papal Reservations of Church Offices," by Professor E. W. Dow.'
This meeting has been designated by the Council as a "Reprint
Meeting." Members are requested to bring for display at this time re-
prints of their publications of the last two years. These reprints will
be turned over to the University Library where they will be placed with
similar collections of previous years.I
The Council will meet at 4:30 p. m. in room 3012 Angell Hall. I
Mathematics Club: Tea will be served to mathematicians begin-
ning at 3:30 today in Room 3201 Angel Hall.
Chemical Engineering Seminar: Dr. John Chipman will be the
speaker at 4 o'clock in room 3201 East Engineering Bldg., on the sub-
ject, "Methods for Approximating Vapor Pressure from Boiling Point
and Chemical Classification of Compounds."
All Campus Fencing Championship to be held at 7:00 p. m. All1
those interested see Coach Johnstone at the Intramural sports Building.

Freshmen are required to wear the Harding administration. A Mid L A V U
Students Interested in Business Administration: A meeting of the their pots until Cap Night exercises Taking the stand late Monday,
Business Administration Club will be held at 7:10 Thursday evening, May 9, when they are officially in- Doheny repeated his familiar tale "
March 20, in Room 316 Michigan Union. Dean C. E. Griffin will talk ducted into the sophomore class, of pioneering and prospecting days ill5,L uia
on the "Alumni of the School of Business Administration." There will Ernest C. Reif, president of the in the west, when he and Fall be-
be an opportunity for questions and discussion. This is the first of a council, pointed out yesterday. gan a friendship which lasted
series of eight meetings designed to make clear the work of the School. At the Cap Night program the through the years. He reiterated
All interested are cordially invited to attend. first year students will throw their his contention that the $100,000
- ("pots" into a huge bonfire. This was sent to Fall as a loan.
The Third All Campus Open Forum takes place tomorrow in room ceremony will follow several talks Fall, he said, told him at the Each W ednesday
D Alumni Memorial Hall, at 4:00 p. m. by student leaders and prominent time he became a member of the
The topic of this Forum is: "The Primary Objects of Education." ~alumni, the presentation of "M" Hardig cabinettnhaocyofsr tndnd
The speaker and leader of the discussion is Roy S. Swinton, -Prof. of blankets to senior 'varsity athletes. to resign after a year and devote and Friday
Engineering Mechanics. The three upper classes, in addi- his time to rebuilding a fortune
___ _tion to the freshmen, will be pro- that he said had been depleted
Pandit J. C. Chatterji, Hindu philosopher and director of the Inter- rrangemnts for thaf through years of public service. During Lent
national School of Vedic and Allied Research, will give a public lecture fai are inow being made by corn- Eng
in Natural Science Auditorium, on Thursday, March 20, at 8:00 p.. f. mittee composed of Jennings Mac- gueerngjuniors
His subject will be "Hindu Philosophy and Modern Science" under the Bride, '30, and Matthew Haddon,
auspices of International Forum. '31, of the council.PicClaHddkn
Notice to Seniors: Mr. Robert S. Peare, '22, will be at the Union LONGVIEW Wash Mah
on Thursday, March 20, to interview seniors who may be interested in Thirteen workmen were thrown 35 discussed yesterday at a meeting of
a business training class offered by the General Electric Company in feet into a pit when a concrete the sophomore class of the engi-
Schenectady, New York. Those interested will please call at the Union form at the Long Bell Lumber Co. neering college. Junior jackets this
for an interview or an appointment, long pond here collapsed Monday year will be brown with the white
night. Ten men received ony class numerals mounted on a cream
Engineers: Dr. Charles P. Berkey, Head of the Department of slight injuries while three were background. Several clothing stores
Geology at Columbia University, and an authority on the subject of seriously hurt. will have them on display Friday.
foundations for reservoir dams, will speak on this subject in Room 2054 ------.------ ___ A __
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This lecture will be of interest to engineering students.
William I1. Hobbs PALMER CHISTIAN
Psychology 31: Students in experimental sections of the Social IN
Opinion study are requested to meet at 4:00 p. m. in room 2003 N. S. on
Thursday, March 20, or in room 229 A. H., on Friday, March 21. Come ORGAN RECITAL=-
on either day.
Edward B. Greene Every Wednesday at 4:15 P. M. in Hill Auditorium unless otherwise
announced.
Colloquium in Applied Mechanics: Mr. J. N. Goodier, Common- COMPLIMENTARY TO THE PUBLIC
wealth Fellow, Graduate of Cambridge University, will present a paper-'=
on Corrugations of Metal Surfaces due to Rolling Loads, Thursday, Except that for obvious reasons small children cannot be admitted. Want Ads Pay
March 20, at 8 p. in. in Room 445, West Eng. Bldg. f'rttitt31lllI1111H111i l11lllll
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YACHT IS REPORTED
SAFE AFTER STORM
(By Associated Press)
SLOS ANGELES, Calif., Mar. 18.
With receipt of reports indicating
that the Diesel-powered yacht
"Bonne Homme," owned by Barton
Sewell, Jr., of New York, was safe
in the *harbor of Salina Cruz, Mex-
ico, an order instructing dispatch
of a coast guard cutter to the aid
I of the vessel late Monday night was
rescinded.
Mrs. Barton Sewell, Sr., mother
of the yachtsman, received word
that the ship, with a party of 15,
was safe after being buffeted se-
verely by a storm.
DAYTONA BEACH-Kaye Don, j

All Campus Wrestling Champion to be held at 7:00 p. m.
interested weigh in, either at the Intramural Sports Builrling
man Gymnasium at 3:00 p. m.

All those
or Water-

British racer, was frustrated in his
attempt to shatter the 'world's
speed record when his giant racing
car developed engine trouble. A
broken casing on the supercharger
was given as the cause.

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