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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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A IL L OFFICIAL BULLETIN DHEADS!
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi- [[3 TSII'Y
Ident until 3:30 p. I. (11:30 a. m. Saturday)
VO.X.THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1930, No. 133 Hearing by judiciary Committee
to be in Recess Two Weeks;
NOTICES Wets Will Appear.
Students, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture; Removal of In-
completes: In order that credit for a course may be given, the work z WASH IN 2Aril 2r - The
in the course must be completed before the end of the eighth week of , Apri - The
the semester of residence next succeeding that in which it was elected. leaders of America's organized dry f
irc; mp1t must b-c removed before Saturday, April 12. 'forces emerged today from thet
Louis A. Hopkins background of the house judiciary
~~--~-committee's inquiry into conditions
University Bureau of Appoin ments and Occupational Information: under the eighteenth amendment
Any science students interested in becoming a Federal Food and Drug to close the case for prohibition
Inspector, please call at the office at 201 Mason Hall for further infor- th the tstimony.
mation. with their own testimony.
With today's session the presen -!
Hillel Athletics: All those interest-d in entering a team or playing tation of dry witnesses drew to its
in the Hillel Foundation Indc=r tblTournament leave names at the conclusion. The hearings will be
Hillel Foundation. in recess for two weeks and then
the wets will be back to lay before
the committee evidence intended
University of Michigan Official Publication: The Editorial Office t refute the contentions of the
announbes the issue of the Bulletin of General Information for 1930-,proibitionists.fh
1931, which is No. 57 of Vol. XXXI of the University Official Publication. phiogi v d t h
Ira M. Smith Although actively directing the
IraM._Smith_ strategy of the campaign through-
out the investigation, the dry
Visitors' Night-Angell Hall Laboratory: The public is invited to chieftains had avoided the spot
visit the Angell Hall Laboratory on the fifth floor, Angell Hall, to ob- light of the witness stand while a
serve the moon from 7 to 10 p. m. on Friday and Saturday nights, long succession of business men,
April 4 and 5. Reservations must be made by calling the Observatory club women, economists, clergy-
office, University 657, between 9 a. in. and 12 noon on Thursday, Friday, men, settlement workers a n d
and Saturday. others presented their arguments.
EVENTS TODAY Sigma Delta Chi will meet at 4 o
University Lecture: Lr. J. A. Nieuwlands, Professor of Organic porta-t business pertaining to the Gr
.Chemistry at the University of Notre Dame, will speak on the subject, the recipient of the Oil Can will be
"The Chemistry of Acetylene," at 4:15 p., i., in Room 303 Chemistry
Building under the auspices of the local section of the American Chem- 1 The Newcomers' Section of the F
ical Society and the University. the Women's Athletic Building at 2:30
___I__as its guests, last year's Newcomers.
University Loan Committee: The University Loan Committee will by Christopher Morley, will be prese:
meet at 1:30 p. in., in room 2, University Hall Edgar G. Johnstone.
All applicants for loans should call at the office of the Dean ofI
Students for an appointment with the Committee. Phi Epsilon Kappa meets tonigh
Union. Our delegate to the National C

FOLLOWING SECOND MUTINY AT MISSOURI PRISON IiCI

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Passengers Escape as Strik
Throw Bombs in Renewal
of Trolley War.

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The picture shows guardsman with a machine gu n trained on prisoners on their way to the mess hall.
'clock in the Press building. Im-
ridiron banquet and discussion of Neighbors Vie to Mak
considered. -p 'NUR 1 1*I.;__1"

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POLICE LACK EVIDENCE
(;g A-sUcjitc1 Press)
NEW ORLEANS, April 2-- Four
bombs wrecked three street car-
Tuesday night in a renewal of trol.
ley dynamiting that has occurred
here since street car operators
walked out on strike last July. Trol-
ley crews and 30 passengers escaped
injury.
As in the long list of previous
bombings, police and federal mar-
shals today had little or nothing
on which to work in their attempt
to fix responsibility. The dynamit-
ings occurred within a few minutes
and were all in the upper section
of the city.
The first explosion was under a
car at Broadway and Belfast St., as
the car was making its last trip
for the night. It carried no pas-
sengers. A front wheel was
cracked and window glasses were
smashed. As the car was moving
with difficulty toward the trolley
barn it again was bombed and fur'
ther; damaged.
A little later another car, carry-
ing 25 passengers, was blasted by
a charge of explosive laid between
the rails. Floor boards were torn
up and a wheel was broken, but
I no one was hurt. This explosion
occurred in front of the Loyola un-
iversity stadium.
A few minutes later a magazine
car was blown up on Broadway, be-
tween Benjamin and Hurst streets.
Five passengers escaped injury. The
damage was similar to the other
cars.
Sellars Will Deliver
Address at Ohio State
Prof. Roy W. Sellars of the
philosophy department left Ann
Arbor today to speak before the
philosophy section of the Ohio col-
leges association which convenes
over the week-end at Ohio State
university, Columbus. Professor
Sellars will deliver a paper on
"How to Teach a First Course in
Philosophy.

acuity Women's Club will meet at
p. in. The section will entertain,
"Thursday Night," a one act play
nted under the direction of Mrs.
t in Room 304 of the Michigan
Convention will pres:nt his repor t

,flhIULIIU ULLLUILU

roise; Judge Fines One
(By Associated Press)
BERLIN, Germany, April 2.-1

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Dean's Advisory Committee, College of Literature, Science, and the D
Arts; A special meeting will be held at 3 p. m., in Dean Effinger's office. Devotional Musica Service for Students, St. Andrew's Church, 5:00
jp, m., to 5:45 p. m.
All-Campus Open Forum: "Is Humanism a New Religion?" will beC Mc
the. topic for discussion led by Ray W.._Sellars, Ph.D., Professor of Phi- COMING EVENTS e'lA
theo toi o icsinldb o V elas hDPesroh University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information: -a ;w
losophy at 4 p. m., Room D, Alumni Memorial Hall. A representative of the Dictaphone Corporation will be here Frida.'

For trying to conquer the noise
:>den, Moulton Named for made by his neighbor on the floor
Annual Rhetoric Prizes by above by a still more deafening1
lResorc Pries by noise, Walter Hauser, tenant of a
Professor Everett. Berlin suberb, was arraigned today
charged with disturbing the public
Willis F. Holden, 30, and Powers peace.
miton, '33, were named as re- As an overture, he stretched a
dents of the annual rhetoric violin string across his room im-
yards yesterday by Prof. Edward Inediately below the ceiling and he
Everett, of the rhetoric depart- belabored, it several hours daily
?nt, on the committee on awards. with a bow while standing on a
stepladder.
lolden, whose work in creative Not quite satisfied with the ef-
ting, critical writing, essay work feet, he then screwed several hooks
d other forms of composition has into the ceiling from, which he
a thought by the committee to hung a vacuum cleaner in an in-,
eorted nn i Lin ,r t-4- -- -

Students Interested in Business Administration: The regular weekly
meeting of the Business Administration Club will be held at 7:10 p. m.,
in Room 319 in the Michigan Union. Professor C. L. Jamison of the
School of Business Administration will talk on "Personal Advertising as
a Factor in success."
Students in Mr. Fairbank's Scripture Classes are holding an exhibi-
tion of their work in rooms 401-403 fourth floor of University Hall from
9 to 11 p. m. Mr. Lorado Taft, the famous sculptor, will be present
to meet students and friends interested in sculpture.
Two Motion Pictures: "Sculpture in Stone," and "From Clay to
Bronze," will be shown at 4:15 in the auditorium of the architectural
building. Admission is free and the general public is invited.
Choral Union: There will be a joint rehearsal of the Choral Union
this evening.
Senior Mechanical Engineers: Mr. F. A. Pope of the Worthington
Pump and Machinery Corporation of Harrison, New Jersey, will be in
Room 221 today and Friday, for the purpose of interviewing any men
who may be interested in employment with this companv.
H. C. Anderson
Chemnica,' Engineers: The A. I. Ch. E. meets. in room 3201 East
Engineering Building at 7:45 p. m. Professor John S. Worley of the
Transportation Department will give a short talk on early engineering.
After the talk the election of officers and a group picture will be dis-
cussed.
Colloquium in Applied Mechanics meets at 8 p. m., Room 445, West'
Eng. Bldg. There will be a review of periodicals by W. M. Coates and?
Mr. D. H. Young.
Geologival Journal Club meets at 8 o'clock in Room 4054 N. S. Dr.
R. L. Belknap will discuss Jeffreys' "The Earth" from a geological
standpoint.I
Senior Ball Committee: Meeting1
at 7:30 p. m., in room 302, Michigan '; j:;f;Iujilt[!jIiiijijIj llil i;IIIiiij
Union. _DO YOUR GLASSE
Rev. A. R. Heaps will present Tol-
stoy's novel "Resurrection" with Have you ever noticed
slides taken from the motion pic- water glasses full at the end o;
ture at 4:15, in Natural Science they do not like 'water or is
Auditorium. ' -
unncriu:. _.drink you are serving? Play s
Mimmhers: Tryouts today from 4 = istration from your friends by
to 6. See bulletin board of Wo-,'cwater.
men's League for room. ARR
- ARBOR SPRI NG
Members of the Michigan Y Club = 416 W. Huron
meet at 8 p. M. at Lane Hall. jI1i11tiliig1i1H11UI11Ulf

nosenerestUed please make appo
Senior Engineers: Mr. K. R. B
Company, which is a subsidiary of
room 2028 East Engineering Bldg.,i-
in Mechanical, Civil, and Chemnic
various plants of that company. Pl

ointments today at 201 Mason Halll
mze
urke, of the American Tar Products'H
f the Koppers Company, will be in wli
n Friday, April 4, to interview nio and
al Engineering for positions in the
'lease make appointmnents wvith Miss e

McKim, phone Univ. 454. be outstanding during his four
H. C. Anderson, L. M. Gram, Afred H. White years in the literary college, will re-
ceive the senior gold medal at the
Studenit Recital of Ibsen's "A Doll House": On Friday, April 4, at annual honors convocation in May.#
4:00 o'clock, in room 302 Mason Hall, Miss Mary Anne Holmes of the He has done critical work for Mich-I
class of 1930 will give a lecture-recital of scenes from Ibsen's "A Doll's 1ian newspapers, and is now in
House." This will be the first of a series of interpretations held for the Ne York where he expects to be-
purpose of giving students experience in oral interpretation beyond that como affiliated with a magazine
Safforded by the classroom. Persons interested are very cordially invited publishing company.
to attend these reviews. R. D. T. Hollister Moulton has been named to re-
ceive the freshman gold award for
University Club Night: Friday, 8:15 p. ni., J. W. Eaton on "Intelli- his superior and outstanding work
gence Work on the Western Front." R. C. Angell on "Adjustment of in theme and other forms of writ-
the College Student." ing during his first semester in the
literary college.
Sigma Delta Chi Make
Movies for Razz-Fest NOW-
IN THE
Campus motion picture stars, en-~IH THE
acting a melodramatic story of Un-
iversity life, which will be repro- DIRECT
duced in an exclusive showing at
Sigma Delta Chi's gridiron ban-
quet, April 9, in the Union ball SERVICE
room, may be seen in action today.
"Location" will be on various- parts FROM THE
of the campus. Shooting of scenes
is to begin about 2 o'clock this aft- CAMPUS
ernoon.
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