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THE MICHIGAN

DAIL'YI

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1

-s-r-1-rCosgrave Loses Post MIL
ID ALY OFFICIAL BULL[TIN' Screen Reflections Ul PRO
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members _____D
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi- 'TYUVD U MIMELDS"c.*:s 3Detroit
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday) WHATS NEW. difficulties the only thing that Bill to C.
VOL. XLp WEDNESDAY APRIL 2, 1930 No. 13 "Charming Sinners" which can offer is an idea. So his life goes Five of Sixteen Caught Mile
VOL.ntiL.his broter-in-lao.takes ober
- ludes in its cast such distinguish- on until his brother-i-law takes and Half Below SurfaceR,
NOTICES ed personages as Mr. Clive Brook, a sum of money from the bank in Found by Workers. Guardia
University Lecture: Dr. J. A. Nieuwlands, Professor of Organic Miss Ruth Chatterton, and other which he works. To help his 'in- -ygroup,a
law' escape the clutches of the law, NN R TL ISN ' the Dett
Chemistry at the University of Notre Dame, will speak on the subject, well-known cinema players, begins l sc e hs la NINE ARE STILL MISSING
"The Chemistry of Acetylene", Thursday, April 3, at 4:15 p. in., in Room a three day sojourn at the Majestic Bill suggests one of his brilliantfpanicsf
303 Chemistry Building, under the auspices of the local section of the theater today. Sez who? ideas. His plan proves successful (By A soiated IPrscs) I will sen
Teand simple Bill is amply awarded KETL ILAD y, March 90C
American Chemical Society and the University. The Wuerth's current offerig is dB.-KETTLE ISLAND Ky., mir 1930 C
Frank E. Robbins reviewed below. Horton as the star. again proves (diToe bydesce worers today- camps.
-B. J. A. (his natural talent fr comedy. Un- one and one-half mile from the ployees
University Lectures: Mr. Robert Frost will read from his poems in Small Town Funlike many others, talking films have entrance of the Pioneer Coal Co.'s
the Natural Science Auditorium on Tuesday and Wednesday after- made him more entertaining. In mie, where an explosion on Sat- accordin
noons, April 8 and 9, at 4:15 p. in. Now Union Falls, the largest the supporting cast are Patsy urday entombed 16 miners. Thei the nun
--(town in the southwest par ofth workers were forced to leave 'the "Yhsei
partof heRuth Miller and Edna Murphy, thei bodies and return to the surface.ytes
Student Sunday Morning Convocation: Dr. Alfred Wesley Wishart, northeast section oh Soth ar kota, latter preferred, then forpy, witho iden ing th , euse cuse m
Minister of the Fountain St. Bttist Church. Grand Rapids, will speak at is brought to you in the amusing common brunette stock. Alan Hale ofwthe density of the carbon monox- fourth
the Convocation Sunday morning, April G, at 11 o'clock, on the subject, comedy "The Sap" featuring Ed- lends his bulk and goodnatured- ipe s
"Religious Experience." ward Evereu, and Patsy Ruth Mil- ness. Recording was only fair, deaA Iated ress Phoo
--ier at the Wuerth. Here you can photography somewhat better. r John F. Daniel, chief of the state Presideti lianm ~Cosgravr of camps m
Dean's Advisory Commttee, College of Literature, Science, and the learn all about Bill, the town clown, The plot is rather flimsm but the department of mines, said today the Irish Free State who lost an berry, ci
Arts: A special meeting will be held on Thursday. April 3, at 3 p. m., and his thousand and one ideas manner in which it is presented that it was a practical certainty _mosition vote in the Dail recently. I of war,
in this office. John . Effing'r ranging from the invention of an proves to be the ticklish part of that the other 11 miners also are With this defeat, Cosgrave and his etroit
exceptional shoe polish to a revoluj the picture. If you go to the movies dead. He expressed the opinion ministry lost control of the parlia-
Prospective Busines Administratiii Students, College of Literature, tionary banking method. to laugh you will like this C+ pic- that the remainder of the bodies ment over which he has held whip PING-
Science, and the Arts: Students iterested in training themselves for When his family is in financial ture. would not be reached before Wed- hand for several years.
a business career will be addressed by Dean Griffin of the School of - -nesday, because accumulated debris Any n
Business Administration Monday, April 7, at 4 p. m., in Room 25, Angell ncaused by the exp o ha
Hall. This will be the first of a number of talks to be given by Deans The Forestry Club meets in room 2039 N. S. Bldg. at 7:30 p. m. After the re kers PENNSYLVANIA STATE COL- first rou
of Professional Schools to Literary students. , the short business session Dr. Warren Forsythe will speak on "First Carbonmonoxires . LEGE- Thirty-five freshmen, the ual all
John Effinger i gas makes i dean of men, and the president of ment wi
-n.Enr A.extremely dangerous for rescue the college will become members off by 5c
squads to remain near the scene of, of the Penn State chapter of Phi+ will be 1
Sorority Presidents: PleaSe send notice of chapter houses which C.osed Forum Groups: Dr. Courtis will meet his group at 4:15 the explosion for more than a few 'Eta Sati chonrry Wilson,
are to be kept open during the spring holiday to the Advisers' office be- today in room 4017 University High School. All other meetings will be minuts Th mdre wng e sma s atic soiety. one
fore April 8, with the name of the chaperon who is to be in residence. held in room 135 West Medical Building as announced. ir foT to si-houreshifs, thes-mn -holsti cy n
Alice C. Lloyd i m fenerato ing-hurminetandthen
Sigma Delta Chi: Meeting at 4 o'clock at the Press building. All men penetrating the mine and thenr
Psychology 31 : The midsemester examination will be held in the members must be present. vw hdrawing for fresh air at nter
Natural Science Auditorium at the lecture hour. Choose alternate seats.__
Overflow will take examination in room 3056, Natural Science Building Mummers: Tryouts today and Thursday, from 4 to 6. See bulletin I._ a
Adelbert Ford ! board of Women's League for room. University Club Night: Friday-O p en ing
8:15 p. m. J. W. Eaton on "Intelli

ITARY CAMP
VES POPULAR
Banks to Send Fifty
M.T.C. This Summer.'
t o. Lord, president of the
n Detroit Union banking
announced yesterday that
roit banks and trust comn
forming this organization
d fifty employees to . the,
itizen's military training
The group has sent en.
to the camps since they'
st put into operation but'
ig to Mr. Lord, is increasing
nber this year. Several of
en are completing the blue
his summer, which is the
nd last year.
ation for the C. M. T. C.
nay be sent to Phelps New-
vilian aide to the secretary
at 3972 Penobscot buildin'g,
PONG SETS SLATED
natches scheduled for the
nd in the Union's first an-
campus ping-pong tourna=
hich have not been played
o'clock Thursday afternoon,
ost by default, Leonard S.
'31, house chairman, ana
yesterday
- -I

EVENTS TODAY
Organ Recital: Palmer Christian presents Henry Whipple in a
graduation recital at 4:15 p. in., Hill Auditorium.
French Lecture: Mr. J. B. Cloonet will lecture at 4:15, in room 103,1
Romance Language Building, on "Clemenceau."
Ticketsmay be procured at the door.
Sociology 51: The mid-semester will be given at 4 p. m. in the fol-
lowing rooms:
Mr. Fuller's sections, 25 A. H.
Mr. Jandy's sections, 1025 A. H.
Miss Cameron's sections, 231 A. H.
Dr. Angell's sections, 101 Ec.
Miss Groff's sections, 101 Ec.- ,
Co-operative Course for Electrical Engineering Students: Freshmen
and. sophomores, whose grade averages are 2.0 or higher, interested in
the co-operative program oibining practical industrial work with Uni-
versity training in electricalengineering, are asked to meet in Room
273 West Engineering Building; at 5 p. in. At this time the co-operative
course will be discussed. All students interested are expected to be
present at this time.
Chemical Engineering Seminar: Mr. Roy Wilson will be the speaker
at the Seminar at 4 o'clock in room 3201 East Engineering Buitding. His
subject is, "Plate Efficiency of Commercial Petroleum Distilling Col-1
umns."
Chemistry Co'loquium meets at 4:00 p. m. in room 300 Chemistry
Building. Mr. N. K. Tang will talk on "Precipitation of Alumium by
Urea."
Aeronautical Society & Glider Section: There will be a combined
meeting at 7:30 p. m., in Room 348 W. Eng. Bldg. Nominations for
next vear's officers are to be made at that time and there will be

Faculty-Alumni Dance Series: The last dance of the series will be
held at 9 o'clock in the Michigan Union.
COMING EVENTS

gence Work on the Western Front."
R. C. Angell on "Adjustment of the
College Student."

University Loan Committee: The University Loan Committee will Sl
meet on Thursday, April 3, at 1:30 p. m., in room 2, University Hall. Senior Ball Committee: Meeting
All applicants for loans should call at the office of the Dean of Thursday at 7:30 p. m., in room 302,
Students for an appointment with the Committee. Michigan Union.
All-Campus Open Forum: The Forum-"Is Humanism a New Re-! ev. A. . heaps will present Tol-
ligion?" with Prof. R. W. Sellars leading the discussion will b. held stoy's novel "Resurrection with
Thursday at 4 p. m., in Room D, of Alumni Memorial Hall. This is
one of the most vital of current discussion topics, and should be of .ure nTursday, April
interest to a number of students, as well as faculty and townspeople. I in Natural Science Auditoriu. T
public is invited. ,-
The Newcomers' Section of the
Political Science 166 will meet at 7:30 o'clock on Thursday evening Facuty Women's Club will meet.at
instead of on Wednesday evening.
the Women's Athletic Building on
eThursday at 2:30 p. m. The section
History, 6 (1OG) Midseinester examination : Monday, April 7 at the 1 Vwill entertain, as its guests, last
lecture hour. Mr. Scott's sections in Natural Science auditorium; Mr. yea 's Newcomers. "Thursday
Manyon's sections in 1025 Angell Hall; Mr. Long's sections in 1.03 Ro-(Night," a one act play by Chris-
mance Languages building. opher Morley, will. be presented
under the direction of Mrs. Edgar
Students Interested in Business Administration: The regular weekly G. Johnstone.
meeting of the Business Administration Club will be held Thursday eve-_ - __
ning, April 3, at 7:10 in Room 319 in the Michigan Union. Professor
C. L. Jamison of the School of Business Administration will talk on UNITED CAB CO.
"Personal Advertising as a Factor in Success." Students interested in
business administration as well as members of the Club are urged to
Senior Mechanical Engineers: Mr. F. A. Pope of the Worthington 2 4 H 0 U R S E R v z C V
Pump and Machinery Corporation of Harrison, New Jersey, will be in
Room 221 on Thursday and Friday, March 3 and 4, for the purpose of
interviewing any men who may be interested in employment with this 7
company. H. C. Anderson Ijl

"6RomoacdJ liet"

Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre

BOX OFFICE OPEN 11 to 9

All Seats
75 cents

Phone
6300

8:30 CURTAIN

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A Play Production Presentation

ground school instruction in the theory of flight for the members of the Colloquium in Applied Mechanics will meet Thursday, April 3,at
Glider Section. 'Plans will also be made for a trip to the Detroit Air Colquimi ple ehnc ilme hrdy pi ,a
Show and possibly passenger flights at reduced ratestat that time p , Room45Wes En BldI There will be a review of periodicals
for members of the society. by W. M. Coates and Mr. D. H. Young.
Mathe aticdl Club: Tea will be served to mathematicians begin-
ning at 3:30 in-Room 3201, Angell Hall.
For Easter VacationSo
MICHIGAN PENNANTS, JEWELRY Invitations and Announcements will be
AND sold in Angell Hall.
LEATHER GOODS
= THE REMAINDER 1OF THIS WEEK
APRIL 2nd to 4th
Samples will be on display at that time. There will be no
. limit to the number per person.
1111 S. UNIVERSITY BLOCK EAST OF CAMPUS ?
LAURENCE S. KEMP JUST RECEIVED-
& winINC.
Investment Securities INTRODUCTION to CATALOGING
NEW YORK DETROIT and the CLASSIFICATION of
Specializing in
u S. W. Straus & Co. Bonds.BOOKS
D North American Trust Shares.E-
E American Bond and Mortgage. By MARGARET MANN, Associate
f1 Producers Royalty Corp Professor of Library Science, University of Michigan
0 Grange Life Insurance,
Please send particulars on thiose $3.00
checked. -
Address UNIVERSITY I
RUSS KELLER, MGR.
Phone 23821 . WAHR SE
515 Ann Arbor Trust Bldg.
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