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LITERATURE CENSORSHIP IN DEBATE
SHW $144 PROFIT :
Large Sale of Tickets for 1930
Affair Shown in First
ALSO PAYS OFF DEFICITS!
Announcement of the financial
statement of the 1931 J-Hop, show-i
in a profit of $144.01, after approxi-: :'
mately $800 had been paid on defi- :A
cits of previous class parties, was:
made yesterday by the auditing
committee of the Student council. ;;
This is the first time an audited
Gen. Nathorst Asks Prevention
of Use of Philippine Mails by
We haven't yet
Without Women" at
but from all reports
your information, it
it is ane-
concerns the!BOYCOTT U.S. PRODUCTS
account of the reecipts and dis-'
bursements of a Hop have been3
Receipts totaling $7,801.89 and l__
disbursements of $7,657.88, were A Ocnacit, IPress LhoU e
shown in the report. The latter Senator Bronson Cutting deft?, New Mexico, who favored the repeal
amount includes more than $600'
aidon ills forhe Sohomo$e of customs censorship on foreign literature in a senate debate with
paid on b'lls for the Sophomore Senator Reed Smoot, Utah, who advocated continuation of the censor-
Prom of last year, and more than ship. Both senators waxed eloquent in the heated argument.
$100 on the deficit of the Frosh _ _.
Frolic of last year. The J-Hop was e
able to pay these amounts since an'
additional number of tickets were
placed on sale after the limit cus, N ew s
tomary for the dance had been N
Hop and remaining from the pte- FRESHMAN HAZING STOPPED dents here resorted to gun-play and
vious parties were: Orchestra. spent the night in jail. The play,
$2,544.25; favors, $1,418.10; print- TEMPLE UNIVERSITY-Fresh- "Hell Bent for Heaven" deals with
ing, $253.43; building, $670.93; dec- man regulations have been abolish- a Kentucky mountain feud. With
orations, $1,910; concessions, $.441.- ed here by action of the Student rifles borrowed from the militarys
receipts came practically all from Council. A survey was made of the department, the two set out across
the sale of tickets. The number campus concerning the traditional the campus to the building where
sold was 776, bringing in $7,760. An hazings and the results showed the rehearsals were being held. The
unclaimed deposit of $7.00 and that opinion was three to one int re s were being he The
$4.89 for additional favors were favor of abolishment. The Coun- [t
the only other items in the income. cil vote was unanimous. pus cop on the run and thus break
The entire finances of the Hop the news. The cop came, and withf
were recorded by the auditing com- - him the riot squad, and instead ofs
mittee of the council beginning ILLINOIS FRATERNITIEShy
with the start of arrangements and ASK FOR SUNDAY SPORTS the expected fatherly lecture the
continuing through the final _two were locked up for the night.
check-up on all expenses and re- UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS-
ceipts. An audit has been made Definite steps toward the comple- NEBRASKA CO-EDS SCORED
and approved .by the council. All, tion of the Interfraternity council IN VOTE BY MEN STUDENTS
detailed figures for the party have program for Sunday sports, lower
been incorporated into an itemized taxes, a larger church attendance UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA-.
account which will be placed on file ,among fraternity men, and 1:30 Not more than 25 per .cent of the
for reference by future J-Hop com- o'clock house dances were taken at j women students here are interested'
mittees. I a meeting of the council here. The j in intellectual attainment, accord-
The decorations erected especial- i Greek good-will organization de- I ing to a vote of the men generally.
ly for the Hop were loaned to the' cided to present to the University The women were also termed "gen-
Ann Arbor firemen and policemen board of trustees a petition asking erally dumb and unsophisticated."
for a dance on the Monday follow- for Sunday sports to start at 1 p. Smoking was approved of "if they
ing the Juniors' party. The cost of m., so that campus men may en-! enjoy it and furnish their ownI
this and additional expenses n- joy recreational privileges on the cigarettes."
curred in fitting the Intramural only school-free day of the week,
gymnasium for the affffair have and yet achieve spiritual benefit. -
been estimated at about $200. SUGGEST UNLIMITED CUTS
W'omen in the University of Wis- DRAMATIC PUBLICITY STUNT PENN STATE-Unlimited cuts
consin may appear downtown with-, RESULTS IN NIGHT IN JAIL for all seniors with an average of
out stockings, but they are strictly 1.7 are embodied in a proposal by'
forbidden to go to dinner without ! UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA- the Student Council committee
hosiery. The young ladies concern- Attempting to create interest in a presented to the faculty investi-I
ed have started a petition of pro- play to be presented by a campus gating group.
test. 'dramatic organization, two stu-
story o a num er of men rappeu ;
in a rammed submarine. Kenneth (y Associated Press)
MacKenna, fairly new to the MANILLA, March 20.-Extensive
screen, heads the cast. activities of Communists in the
B. J. A. Philippines was revealed today by
the request of Gen. C. E. Nathorst,
Under-Water Adventure. chief of the constabulary, to Gov.
Lionel Barrymore appears in his Gen. Davis that proletarian labor
last picture, before turning direc- congresses be denied ~ the use of
tor, in "The Mysterious Island," mails throughout the islands.
now playing at the Wuerth. Ex- The boycott of American goods,
cept for the name, and the fact spread of Communistic doctrines
that a submarine figures promin- among the ignorant masses of the
ently in the plot, the picture, how- islands and the active participation
ever, bears no resemblance to Jules of Communists in the recent school
Verne's adventure story. 1 strike here were among the activi-
The acting of Mr. Barrymore is, I ties on which the request was
as usual, excellent. He is ably sup- Nath ,th
ported by Lloyd Hughes and Jane ern orst, in a letter to the gov-
Daily. The story deals with a sci- ernor general, said "recent activi-
ties of these leaders plainly showed
entist who builds two submarines they are on the alert to take ad-
in order to be able to get deep vantage of any government com-
water nature specimens for his re- motion to bring about the upheavals
search. His friend desires to use that would permit-the forcing of a
one submarine to aid his plan of Soviet form of government upon
insurrection against the govern- the Philippines. All of the propa-
ment, and at this juncture the sci- ganda put out by the proletarian
entist's assistant, who is in love labor congress is of a nature to in-
with the former's niece, steps into cite the ignorant substrata of the
the picture by rescuing the sub- population to rebellion."
marine. An imaginative brain de- Col. Clarence Bowers, chief of the
signed the few reels, in which both constabulary intelligence division,
boats sink to the bottom of the sea, was quoted as saying "practically
are attacked by people living on all the pamphlets and communi-
the floor of the ocean, and finally cations transmitted bythe prolec-
escape after the death of the vil- tarian labor congresses are radi-
h Gen. Nathorst's request was made
The larger part of the under-water public today. At the same time it
filming is done so deceptively, and was learned that the boycott
so well, as to create the impression I against cigarets of American man-
of an actual happening. The pic- ufacture, recently instituted in Ma-
ture is excellent, and rates an A. nila, had spread to the provinces
S. B. C., Jr. " notably Albay and Laguna.
Hark To His Master's Voice! Saying
GO To UNIVERSITY MUSIC HOUSE
For Everything Musical
Majestic, Victor, Crosley
Baldwin, Kohler & Campbell
Victor, Columbia, Brunswick
/y A r i - w l
T A but wi
ASK THOMAS HINSHAW, Mgr.
601 East William Street Phone 7515
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