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(By Asfiociari rsi )
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members ARNETTSVILLE, W. Va. March of Cruelty Charges
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi- E t m~
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday) gA o inere ere tdy anD
V .X.TUR AY ARH7,13N 17 three others were entombed today) D)ETROITf, March 26.-Otto Klaus,
Vn a0 explosion in a heading of the called a dog a li s characterit-
TCYukon mine of the Crown Coal Co. ness in circuit court here Tuesday
Students, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture: March 29 is the here. The fate of the entombed when he went on trial on a charge
final day for dropping a course without record. A course may be dropped was not determined until several of cruelty to animals. -
only with the permission of the classifier after conference with the -hours aftar tho bi. [ "



Heads of Michigan Laboratories
to Visit Medical Meetings
in Various Cities.

, s.The testimony of the dog, Sis-Dr.A'
instructor in the course. Only in special cases, for good and valid rea-
sons, will permission to drop a course be given after this time. Mine rescue crews were attempt- ter,' given by leaping affectionately for of t
Louis A. Hopkins ing to reach the entombed men., to Klaus and growling when an ,
----There apparently was no fire in effort was made to separate them, in the
Senior Aeronautical Engineers: Those interested in positions wit the workings. The bodies of the apparently helped couvince the jury iine, an
the Goodyear-Zeppelin Corporation are asked to make application, as eight men known to be dead were that Klaus ws not guilY. ant Lab
soon as possible, to Dr. Karl Arnstcin, Vice President of this Corpora- not ennown A bd were tKlaus wno guik
Pwoki not removed. All were burned Klaus, owner of a boarding ken-; resent N\
Lion. beyondwlosk net,' was appealing a conviction in alei
beyond recognition, rescue workers justice court. Ine had been accused thero
The Prci iminary Oratorical Trials for sophomores, juniors, and sen- said. of cruelty by officers of the Hu- the cou
fors, both men and women, will be held on Friday, April 4, at 4 p. i., Members of the rescue crews be- mane society who found that an- month.
in the literary society rooms on the fourth floor of Angell Hall. lieved that there was little chance mals in his care were undernour-. will tra
All students wishing to enter these trials must register at the office for life for the miners unaccounted ished and that some of them haddelivert
of the Department of Speech on, or before, Monday, March 31st, at 4 for. The explosion was believed to' died. Klaus' defense was that his duooised press photo fore the
p.in.,w n s d shhave been caused by gas. It oc-. clients were behind with their pay- Bishop J. A. O'Shea (left) and Rev. Joseph Leon Cahill are two of I sician o
One sophomore, two juniors, and two scnirs will be chosen at the, curred 4,000 feet from the mouth ments and that he had spent all of .h lvnAeia ihlcmssoaisrpre eigdb hins "Lesions
preliminaries to enter the final oratorical contest to be hed soon after, of the mine h mne f h e . the eleven American Catholic missionaries reported besieged by Chinese
at a date to be announced. The winner of the final contest will receive his money for food for the dogsn communists at Kanchow, in the Kangs province, China. { pon
the Alumni Medal for Oratory and will represent the University of Mich- ~ -~ -series, 1
igan at the Northern Oratorical League contest at Northwestern Uni- of the City of Detroit, will give a talk on "Industrial Problems in City Wellert
versity, Evanston, Illinois, on Friday, May 2. Government" at the regular meeting of the S. I. E., at 7:45 p. in., in the UnSeaSOnable Weather Cause of Numerous attend1
. M. O'Neill Society Room over the Arch.' ternatio
Communication Hindrances in Middle West Iuseum
EVENTS TODAY. The Psychologica' Journal Club meets this evening at 7:30 in room_--- .j- ation, a
Dean's Advisory Committee, Colege of Literatur, Science, and the 3126, Natural Science Building. Miss Mibai will report on articles from (By Assoiated Press) lions to get to work this morning tion of
Arts: There will be a meeting in Room 1210 Angell Hall at 4 p. m. the Japanese journals, and give further results from experiments on CHICAGO, March 26 - Winter's be w to, logists.
the perception of motion. Impassable streets were gradually on the
Professor Durant Drake, of the Philosophy department of Vassar echo fainted away today in most cleared, urban transportation lines patholo
College, who is giving a series of lectures under the auspices of the House Presidents of the Women's League: There will be an im-. of the midwest but its dying gasp were partially freed and suburban "Rhyno.
Michigan School of Religion, will speak today, at 4:15 p. in., in the portant Board of Representatives meeting in the Committee Room, at breathed sporadic snows and con- schedules restored somewhat to Nose."
Natural Science Auditorium, on the subject: "God or no God." 5 o'clock. Please bring all signing out slips up to March 20. indr cold. normalcythe Dtr
All Campus Open Forum: Professor A. D. Moore, of the Department Dr. McClusky's Lecture: Professor H. Y. MClusky will lecture at Spring's return had many foes to Shipping was held in port on the the fir
of Electrical Engineering, will discuss, "The Honor System Here and 4:15 in Room 231 Angel Hall on Tolstoy's book "My Confession." vanquish-states covered with snow lower great lakes and waves still and th
Elsewhere," in Room D, Alumni Memorial Hall at 4:00 p. n. and slush, communication lines lunged angrily at shorelines. In logical
- Cercie Francais meets at 7:45 in 408 R. L. This will be an important adesldsh, commun ichao lnes lungd agil ga shores Ina logical
Notice to Freshmen: Those students who missed one or more of the and extremely interesting meeting. Professor Henri Chamard of the .hampered by sleet, highways clog- Chicago, Lake Michigan tore away!{of thei
three psychological tests required of all entering freshmen will be ex- ".Sorbonne, Paris, will speak. god with drifts and airplanes held at outer drives and seawalls, only thalm
pected to take the make-up examinations given this afternoon in Room min their hangars. recently repaired from the winteri
205 Mason Hall. Phi Sigma meets tonight in room 1139 N. S. Building. C. W. Scribner I In the cities, large and small, rampages. In Milwaukee,. the har-
Those who missed the Mathematics examination should report at will talk on "A Management Plan for the Manti National Forest". This thousands struggled throughout the bor masep
p Those who missed the English examination should report at 4 will be followed by a business meeting. ter gave promise of renew-
p m. Those who missed the Psychological Examination should report night to make it possible for mil-ed shipping by late today.
at 4;45 p. m. Sigma Gamma Epsilon will hold a luncheon in the Michigan Union In Ohio, the blast raged on early4 Mich
These examinations take precedence over all other appointments at 12:15 . in. Robbers Enter Bank today'with a seestorm that en-
including class work. Be on time. Entrd over T leod atcen- ces will
Ira M. Smith, Registrar Senior Ball Committee: Meeting at 8:00 p. m. in room 319, Mich- But Find No Monelthe a a
______an FidniMoey.hecentral part of the state, ho
.9la c di U I.Weather forecasters warned of Coven
English 294: I shall not be able to mneet this class today, but will ---g-- Union. snow and sleet in northeast Ohio,
meet t class on Friday at he usual time and place. G. Rice Faculty Women's Club: Members who have tickets for tonight's WEST I E I ., archwith a. general abatement else-b t
performance of the 'Wild Duck' to be given in University Hall Theatre 6ToLbAN I AtinMtetwhere.in
~~~ I.but find they cannot use them are asked to leave them, if possible, at ir26.-Two banking men sat in thehea nerot t include
Students Interested in Business Administration: The second forum hki L' . First National bank here today In Detroit, the snowfall had stop- wild an
of the Business Administration Ciib will be held at 7:10 in Room 312 the central desk in the Michigan League before 5 o'clock. There isawidr
of the Michigan Union. Professor R. G. Rodkey of the School of Busi- waiting list for any tickets that may be returned. chatting about money that is to be ped but left a five-inch covering riums.
_h__.P s .. k th h f -theirs. Two other men with crim- over the city and surrounding area, miniati
ness Administration, will talk on the nature of the work and the op- COMING EVENTS. inal intention, walked in and with temperatures lowered to 23!hatche
portunities offered in the banking and investment banking fields. Notice to Seniors: Mr. Ernest B. Lawton, Supervisor of Employ- roughly ordered "Hands up'." degrees. One death was added to well as
ment and Training of R. H. Macy & Co., Inc., New York City, will speak The bankers, Charles Drater, re- the list when Stanley Baker, 35,' tion a
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information: on retailing as a vocation in Room 206 Tappan Hall Friday, March 28, at: r was killed as his car skidded into additio
Will those people who are interested in seeing a representative of the 4:00pm All who are interested are invited to be presentceiver for the bank, and aneigh- a tree at St. Louis, Mich. Through- t
R. H. Macy Co. of New York City please make appointments at this * ' bor cashier, just sat and peered. out the night 1,600 men were com- hto
offlee sometime today? Jean Greenshields The Ann Arbor Branch of the American Association of University They looked at each other and mandeered to clear Detroit traffic reaus c
Women will meet Saturday afternoon, March 29, at 3 o'clock, in the shook their heads. uie. tor-dri
Senior Mechanical Engineers: Mr. W. K. Spence of the 'U. S. Gyp- BWometS atua gerBon g. "Can't you see you're being held Whirling Into the southwest the- runabo
sum Company of Chicago, will be in Room 221 West Engineering Build-I Ball Room of the Michigan League Building. Isutwe
ing today for the purpose of interviewing any mesninterested in - Professor Charles Scott Berry will speak on "The White House Edu- up?" exclaimed one of the robbers. storm also spent its fury early to- make u
cational Program." Professor Berry has been recently appointed by "That's too bad," said Drater. day. Slightly rising temperatures
ployment with this company President Hoover as chairman of the Federal Committee on the Educa- "This bank has been broke since t. Louis, Mo., were reported but UN
If. C. Anderson "hsbn a enboesneaIi t oiM. eerpre u
H.__._Adersn tion and Training of Exceptional Children. I year ago. The cashier who was here drifts were still piled high. In Ili1-U I
Senior Engineers and Chemists: Mr. M. G. Murray of the Shell The meeting will be in charge of Mrs. Rousseau and the Edua- killed himself. There's not a penny nois, many highways were blocked,
Pet u po ran t.eoissmin the vault" I although across the Mississippi in
Petroleum Corporation, St. Louis, Mo., will be in room 2028 East Engi- ionathCommitptee.
neering Building to interview seniors in mechanical and cheinical engi- Mimes: Tryouts for parts in the revival of "Ten Nights in a Bar- Just the same, the robbers want- southeast Mississippi, transporta-z 2 4
neering, and chemistry, for positions. Please make appointments with room" are being held each afternoon this week from 3 o'clock to 5 ed to see for themselves. They was less affected.
. s_ sarr..- sca rh d~ dnf fnA d tl- ?h r-.

fred Scott Warthin, direc-
ie pathological laboratories
University School of Medi-
d Dr. Carl V. Weller, assist-
oratories director, will rep-
4ichigan at various ndical
gs to be held throughout
ntry within the coming
On April 11, Dr. Warthin
vel to Rochester, Minn., to
two foundation lectures be-
Mayo clinic on "The Phy-
f the Dance of Death" and
of Latent Syphilis."
returning from this lecture
both Dr. Warthin and Dr.
will leave for New York to
the conventions of the In-
nal Association of Medical
is, American Cancer associ-
nd the American associa-
Pathologists and Bacterio-
Dr. Weller has been placed
speaking program of the
gy association, to discuss
sporidium Infection of the
Two papers will be read by
irthin at the conventions,
At before the cancer study
n "Sarcomatous Hodgkins,"
e second before the patho-
society on "The Significance
Lymphoid Tissue in Exoph-
Goiter and Toxic Adeno-
)r Boat Exhibition
Openin Detroit
igan's recreational resour-
be emphasized at the see-
otor Boat and Sportsman
pening Saturday evening at
tion hall, Detroit. Exhibits
state department of conser-
will be featured. They will
specimens of the state's
iimal life, game fowl, aqua-
with various species of fish,
ores of state parks, fish
ries, and rearing ponds, as
equipment for fire preven-
nd reforestation work. In
n there will be displays by
irists' and development bu-
f the state. All kinds of mo-
ven craft, from outboard
uts to powerful cruisers, will
'p the rest of the show.
7 047


Miss McKim.
It. C. Anderson, A. 11. White, M. Gomberg
Junior Engineers: The Inter-Class Swimming, Meet will take pla
tonight at the Intramural pool. All those who wish to take part in
are requested to be in the pool at 7:45 p. m.
Society of Industrial Engineers: Mr. Perry A. Fellows, City Engine
Geological Journal Club will meet.
in Room 4054 N. S., at 8 p. m. to-
night. Dr. R. L. Belknap will dis-
cuss Jeffreys' "The Earth" from a
geological standpoint.
E. M. Goddard

o'clock at the theatre. .saeeaaiunu┬▒uwnatiir
ceiver had promised, precisely
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