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H E TVI 1 C H I G A N

SATURDAY, M, ARCH 22, 1930

TO2HEAD BANK OHE'PROHIBITION INTEMP
DAILY OFF I C L BU LLETI N UNION X CUIR6'CONSOLIDATIOND SAYS PAYTON, NOTED
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members EL Y lIIILL LRiI Tdi JU lan Prohibiton i
of the University. Copy received by 'the Assistant to the Pres- U~ndi insane camspaigint mpeaefort h
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m.n Saturday)ca a human energy, writes Dr. Stewartwho
VOL. XL. SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1930 No. 123 Problems Within the Troubled Defense Closes Arguments for Paton, psychiatrist at Johns Hop- flow
DLSrT AWeR Discussede22,19e0tNA.rkins university and trustee of the drive
TCE Diict Wre C uce tOil Operaor Af Carnegie institute, in Science News drink
NOTICES in the Council. Sensational Trial. Lette. The emotional and mental questio
To the Presidents of Sororities and Fraternities: You are request- ----attitude towards life as expressed individ
To te Pitsof S es and p Frraternito a r e TO H,OLD TRIAL LATER PROSECUTION CONTINUE in a prohibitory law is character- such a
ed to file a list of the members and pledges of your fraternity for the 0 IL RA AE si fte naemn codn -es
second semester in the office of the Dean of Students, Room 2, Uni--istic of the msane mmd according the s
versity Hall, on or before April 1, on a printed form to be secured from INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., March 21. Wahington, March 21.-Counsel to this well known psychiatrist who axiom
that office n-Executive conference today be- for the government and for Ed- goes on to say that one of the dis- attent
thatsofaice.t tween the international executive ward L. Doheny submitted their tinguishing features of an insane hibitin
board of the United Mine Workers last appeals today to the jury of person is that he thinks of life of the
of America and union d.elegates nine men and three women who largely in terms of prohibitions. sane o
University of Michigan Official Publication: The Editorial Office from District 12 of Illinois followe 'will decide whether the wealthy oil Dr. Paton also feels that Con- Whe
announces the issue of the Complete Announcement of the Summer completion of business of the thir- U operator is guilty or innocent of gress is on the wrong track m seek- trol w
Session for 1930, which is No. 53 of Vol. XXXI of the University Offi- ty-first consecutive constitutional Iribery. ing advice on prohibition from men Dr. Pa
cial Publication, convention and adjournmentw Two hours remained to Frank J Who are largely distinguished for more
Thursday night. Problems facing Hogan, chief attorney for the de- accomplishments in business an 'have
The Chamber Music Society of Ann Arbor announces the following the troubled district were discussed fense for the completion of his final industry, when the problem calls on hu
program bythe Elshuco Trio in Lydia Mendelssohn theatre, Monday, v ent initer aaf a n ythe ent, aftergwhihnmen J.
March 24, at 8:15 p i. J~neBam Ilni,>n ahiey ~ I oet, special government prose- J-R
Trio in C Major, Opus 87 ..h mis, and machinery set up to >,cutor, was ready with a supple-
Aenforce the edicts of the union in mentary statement in addition to
Allegro he district-, the international board >ohis principal argument already
Andante con moto md the Illinois delegates werescompleted
Scherzo Presto mapping out plans for the future Doheny is charged with having
Finale (Allegro giocosoJ today, and discussing procedure to bribed Albert B. Fall, President
T rio C a p rice in D M a jo r, O p u s 39 . . .. . . . . . .. .. . . . .. . P a u l J u o n bis bi e t r n g o e i h r d i n g 'lb e r t B a lfPt e i n tri ,
beue nrestoring order in the Harding's secretary of the interior,
Moderato non troppo region where insurgents have been Charles S. McCain. - to execute to one of his companies.
Andante active. New York banker, who has been the famous lease on the Elk HillsGiR I
Scherzo (Vivace- Marziale-Tempo primo--Risoluto -The international board will be selected to head the new merger of naval oil reserve, one of the two
Trio in B Flat Major, (pus II...............Lu wig Van Beethoven in session next week, and Tuesday the Chase National bank, the Equit- high points in the oil scandals of
Allegro has been set aside for "trial" of 21 tit everal years ago. The sum of
Adagio insurgent leaders who have been able Trust, and the Interstate Trust $1svrl0ywas delivered to Fall by
Tema con Variazioni summoned to appear before the of New York. McCain is to be the Doheny's son, now dead, one year
board to show cause why they chairman of the board of directors before the' lease was negotiated.
should not be expelled from the of the $3,000,000,000 institution. The defense contends that the
Architectural Building Exhibition: A large number of photographic union, but the business of the con- -money was sent to the cabinet of-
enlargements showing the work of Mr. Lee Lawrie, leading American vention is over. ficer as a loan and has pointed out
Architectural Sculptor, are now on 'exhibition in.the third floor gallery, . In the closing minutes of the ses- To provide social life for the un- i that Fall and Doheny were friends AVAILABLE FOR
daily, except Sunday, from 9 to 5. sion the convention unanimously affiliated women of Ohio State uni-I of many years standing.
adopted the report of the scale (versity, "Campus Club" was organ- __PARTIES
Oil Paintings from the Annual Chicago Exhibition are or. display committee which recommended ized at a recent meeting. Since; Evanston, Ill., March 21-Track, THIS SPRI
in the West Gallery of Alumni Memorial Hall through April 11 that efforts be made to have con- Ionly one-sixth of the girls on cam- swimming and wrestling stars from
tracts in the bituminous field ex- pus belong to social sororities, a 73 high schools in eight states tuned
pire at the same time, and that to need had been felt to give the up their strides, overhand strokes CALL
The Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters announces the that end all contracts should be other five-sixths the advantages of and headlocks today for North-
following program for Saturday, March 22: made to expire April 1, 1932. This a sorority. At present the aim of western university's eighteenth an-6
9:00 a. in. Section of Botany. Room 2003, Natural Science Building. paves the way for a national strike the club is to become a chapter of nual interscholastic athletic car- __
Section of Forestry. Room 2116, Natural Science Building. in 1932 if the union sees fit to call ,the national organization, Trianon. nival___
Section of Language and Literature. Room 2013, Angell Hall. one, it having been almost out of
Section of Mathematics. Room 1035, Angell Hall. Ithe question previously since dis- ,
Section of Zoology. Room 2116, Natural Science Building. trict agreements expired at differ-
12:15 p. in., Luncheon for Members of the Section of Mathematics. ent times.
Ladies' Dining Room, Michigan Union. -
2:00 p. m. Meeting of the Council. Room 4065, Natural Science All members of the Glee Club
Building. I are to meet at the rear door of Hill
2:00 p. in. Section of Mathematics. Room 1035, Angell Hall. Auditorium Sunday evening at 8:00
3:00 p. in. Meeting of the Academy. Room 2003, Natural Science o'clozk for the convocation services.
Building. Come in street dress.

ERATE, INSANE
PSYCIIATRIST
e expert -judgment of men
re ace 'ustomedci to study the
? inlstincts auld'nd motions 111,
the liiuinaii mvatine. i. Tle
problem is predomina ily a
n of the psychology of the
lual. and should be treated as
ccording to this authority on
ubject. It is a recognized
of psychology that when the
on is focussed on the pro-
g complex. there is a drive
impulse to do what is in-
r criminal.
n the question of liquor con-
as brought up ten years ago,
ton would have acted much
slowly and probably would
consulted European experts
man behavior.
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HOUSE
NG
536

All addresses and section meet-
ings are open to the public. Meet-
ing of the Academy at 3:00 p.m.
open only to members.
EVENTS TODAY.
Stamp Collectors are invited to
the meeting of the Ann Arbor
Stamp Club this evening in room
408 of the Romance Languages
building at 8 o'clock. Dr. Robbins
will talk on "United States Cancel-
lations.."
The Advisory Committee on Uni-
versity Extension will meet on
Monday, March 24, 4 p.m., Univer-
sity Extension office, room 12, Uni-
versity Hal,

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University Bureau of Appoint-
ents and Occupational Informa-
on: A representative of the Fire-
one Tire and Rubber Company
ill be in this office on the after-!
>on of March 25. Will those who
re interested in sales or office
ork please call at the office to
ake an appointment?
All Hindustan Students are cor-

dially invited to the social meeting I
of the Nippon Club on Sunday
night, March 23, 7:30, at Lane Hall.JAF
Professor John L. Brumm of the JCAFE
Journalism departmer.t, will ad- HURON AND FOURTH AVES.
dress the Wesleyan Guild on the'
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corner State and Huron streets.,
All members of the student bodyl
and faculty are cordially invited.
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Additions daily to our
Bargain Counter
OF
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