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PAGE EIGHT

THE. MICHIGAN

DAILY

V EDNESDr Y , APRIL 0, 1930

PAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 1930

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETiN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi-
dent until 3:30 p. m.. (11:30 a. m. Saturday)

VOL. XL.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 1930

No. 138

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NOTICES.

To the Student Body and Townspeople: The Annual Easter Concert
given by the band and glee clubs of the University and sponsored by
Alpha Epsilon Mu, honorary musical fraternity, will be held in Hill
Auditorium Wednesday night at 8 p. m. The program will be as follows:
Pcmp and Circumstance, Elgar; Easter Chimes Description, Lake;
"Varsity Band; Selections, Men's Glee Club; Selections, Girls' Glee Club;
Symphonic March, Fasole; Varsity Band; Selections, Men's Glee Club;
Selections Girls' Glee Club; Inflamatus from Stabat Mater, Rossini,
Cornet Solo by Lee Freeman; Varsity Band; Hallelejah Chorus from
Handel's Messiah; Glee Clubs and Band. No admission charge.
Faculty, School of Education: The next Faculty Meeting and Lunch-
eon of the School of Education wii be held in the Michigan League
Building at 1 o'clock, Monday, April 21.
Members please note carefully as there will be no issue of The
Daily immediately preceding this date.

sponsible for House Rules. Late returns should be arranged with the
house head in advance, and registered on the Signing-Out SliUs.
Grace IRichards
Oriental Women: The bus for the Lansing trip Saturday, April 12,!
will leave Barbour Gymnasium at 8:15 a. m. promptly.
Any student who has signed up for this trip and finds herself unable
to go must telephone Mrs. Jordan's office by noon Thursday.
House Presidents of the League: For all girls staying in houses
!under League rules during Spring vacation, closing hours during the
I week will be extended until 11 o'clock. Regular week-end closing hours
will be observed. Get all late returns from the House Head and put
name of hostess and the destination on the signing out slips.
J'isabeth DeVol, Chairman of the Board of Representatives
Margaret Bush, President of the Women's League
Glider Section members who will be in Ann Arbor dutring the
vacation please notify William H. Harris (3818) in c_._ to arrange
flying groups for that week.
Senior Men in the School of Education: Those who have not alreadyj
left their orders for Caps and Gowns at Geo. Moe's sportshop should
do so this week. This is the last opportunity which will be given. No!
deposit need be made until gowns are received.j
EVENTS TODAY.
University Lecture: Mr. Robert Frost will read from his poems at
M 4:15 p. m., Mimes Theatre.
Student Council will not meet tonight.
Rhetoric 170-Verse Form: The class will not meet this evening.
A later meeting may be scheduled by Bulletin. A. R. Morris
Speech 31 and 32 Mid-Semester Examination: Speech 31-all
students report at Room 1025, Angell Hall; Speech 32-all students
report at Room 25, Angell Hall.j
G. E. Densmore
Phi Beta Kappa: The Annual Meeting. will be held at 7:30 p. in.,
in Room 2003 Angell Hall. Usual annual business, and other important:

MIMES CLOGGING COURSE
POPULAR AS HOYER

PROVESsINM
LE ADS CLASSa

Alarge part of this campu has Within the short time of a couple ,1
gone '-tap-mad". That may be a, o week~, the classes grew, and theeU UJO UI .!I IL
fairly broad statement for one whokg
has not ventured near the Mimes stage was often occupied from 11
theatre except for nightly produe o'clock in the morning to 11 Business Suspended in Response
tions. But most any hour in the day o'clock at night. to Strike Call of National
one can hear the "one-two-three, A few of Roy's pupils have been Congress Committee.
one-to-three" and the "rat-a-tat- trained to take part in the forth-
tut of clogging feet o the boards coming production of "Ten NightsI1I PROTEST TO ARREST
01 the Mimes theatre. In a Barroom", which Mr. Shuter
Mr. Roy Hoyer, of "Pleasure Plans for the next Mimes show. (
Bound" fame and designer and ex- Others are appearing at private
ecutor of the steps for the last 10 benefits and in amateur shows. BOMBAY, India, April 8-Most
of the Union Operas, is spending oeof the Hindu an d Parsi shops in
several months in Ann Arbor be- r o New York ana pans Bombay City suspended business
fore he goes back on the boards eturn to New York and plans today in response to the hartal,, or
with a Broadway musical comedy now to stay in Ann Arbor with his strike call, of the Bombay Congress
late in June. dancing classes, forming new ones Committee of the India National
Roy, a good-looking red-haired before spring vacation, until the Congress. The hartal is in protest
fellow, came oui here after he cs- latter part of June. at the arrest of K. F. Nariman and
ed with the "Pleasure Bound" com- S e Jamanlal Na for their activities
pany and after the opening of the Sharman Studi Plan in bl lf of Mahatma Gandhi's salt
new musical comedy had been post- for Teacher Training ia n who is a mot prom-
poned for several months, and with .ntwman, o Ina Ntion-
no thought of a job for several Dr. Jackson Sharman State Di- ist wast, o ne mon-
months. A few of the men in the rector of Physical Education in simple imprisonment for infring-
cast and chorus of "Merrie-Go- Alabama, arrived yesterday in ing the salt laws.
Round," the last Union Opera, per- I Ann Arbor for a stay of two days. Most of the local shops closed but
suaded him to teach them a few Dr. Sharman is particularly in- 'a number of muslin shops remained
more dance steps and to go on terested in studying the University open. Two thousand school boys
with the routines that he had plans for training directors of threw down their books and joined
given them for the show. Physical Education and will spend the hartal.
. The idea spread. A few of the girls much of his time while here in in- A message from Jalalpur today
in the Mimes' productions became vestigating them. said that Gandhi Thursday would
interested, and Roy's pastime had Dean J. B. Edmonson of the commence a tour of the villages
been turned into a series of dancing School of Education entertained about him and urge the inhabitants
I lessons for several classes of stu- I Doctor Sharman as his guest at a to show mass disobedience of th°
dents. luncheon yesterday noon. salt laws, which is the first step in

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C. 0. Davie, Secretary

Faculty College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: Midsemester
report cards are now being distributed through the Campus messenger
service; Instructors are requested to report before Spring Vacation if
possible, in any case not later than April 23, the names of all students
whose standing is at this time D or E. These grades should not indi-
cate merely the mark "received on the midsemester examination, if such
an examination is given. More cards, if needed, can be had at my office.
These cards should be used only for reports of the work of students en-
rolled in this College.
W. R.. Humphreys, Asst. Dean.
Combined Curricula,: Students in the College of Literature, Science,
and the Arts who desire to enter upon a combined curriculum (Letters
and Law; Letters and Medicine; Letters and Dental Surgery; Letters and
Nursing; Letters and Business Administration; Letters and Forestry)
should, before April 20, file with the Director of Classification upon a
blank to be obtained in Room 4. University Hall. a petition to be granted
that privilege. After this date,, applications will be received only uponf
presentation of a satisfactory excuse for the delay and payment of a
fee of $5.00.
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matters are to be taken up. ~---------- --
The Garden Section of the Faculty Women's Club will meet at 3
Senior Mechanical Engineers: Mr. Price an Mr. Lambert of the p. m. at the home of Mrs. F. G. Novy, 721 Forest Avenue. Mr. Tom
Norton Company of Worcester, Mass., will be in Room 221 today and Pearson from Grosse Pointe Farms will give an informal talk on General
Thursday to interview any men interested in employment with this Gardening.
company. H. C. Anderson

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Senior Lits: Election of the class orator, poet, historian, and !
nnht will t nkp nl frn 1 to R5 C at b vr llt nt An ll I

COMING EVENTS.
Military Science 2: Midsemester examination will be held in Roomj
348 W. Eng. Building, Thursday, April 10, 7:30 p. m. Bring blue books.,

Since the above specified time limitA. pril zu, tlils this year duringi p , YWll a Je pace rm o pini. m. L a y Jura J au L ngen
spring vacation, students who expect to spend their vacations away Hall, The Women's League Building, or at the center of the diagonal.I
from Ann Arbor will do well to file their petitions before leaving. Spring1
vacation begins April 12. D. L. Rich Literary College Sophomores: Dues for the Sophomore LiteraryI
(class of 1932 will be collected today and Thursday, at tables in Angell
Students, School of Education: Permission to drop courses without Hall and University Hall.
"E" grades will not be given after Friday, April 11, except under extra--
ordinary circumstances. Dance Recital: There will be a rehearsal with the orchestra tonightI
No course is considered officially dropped unless it has been reported promptly at 7 o'clock in Barbour Gymnasium. Those in the frieze,,
in the office of the Recorder of the School of Education, 105 Tappan .1minuet and Hopak be there at that time. After the rehearsal the
Hall. Elizabeth B. Clark, Recorder regular class in tap dancing will be held.
Students College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: Except under Chemical Engineering Seminar: Dr. G. H. Montillon will be the
extraordinary circumstances, courses dropped after April 11 will be re- speaker at 4 o'clock in room 3201 East Engineering Building, on the
corded with the grade of E. subject, "Heat Transfer for Viscous Liquids."E
W. R. Humphreys, Asst. Dean.
Mathematical Club: Tea will be served to mathematicians begin-
Students, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture: Removal of In- ning at 3:30 in Room 3201 Angell Hall.?
completes: The final day for the removal of incompletes is Friday,-
April 11. Louis A. Hopkins Business Administration Club: Professor Gault of the School of
Business Administration will address the Business Administration Club
m~r~trnuity f A4oiiinn n~iniai p-thientinn . a.lon "Advertising and Retailing as Vocations" in Room 319, Michigan

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Sociology 51, Mr. Fuller's Sections: I shall be unable to meet my Belga
classes on Thursday and Friday of this week. The advance assignment harta
for April 21 and April 22 will cover Chapters 3, 4, 28, 29, and 30 in1
"Social Organization" and Parts I and II in "MVjiddletown." All students P
who have not received their midsemester bluebooks may do so by PE
{eporting to Room 3, Economics Bldg., between 4:30 and 5:00 today. terni
bersh
Lecture and Motion Pictures: Dr. Richard L. Sutton will talk on a res
I "Hunting in Africa and Indo-China with Rifle and Camera." NaturalI in ap
Science Auditorium at 4:15, Thursday, April 10. of th
proc
. All-Campus Open Forum: J. L. Brumm, Professor of Journalism, I sanc
will lead the discussion on the subject, "The Newspaper and Public fore
Morals," in Room D, of Alumni Memorial Hall, at 4:00 p. m., Thursday, year
April 10. All students are cordially invited to attend. ed su(
ions,
Public Health Nurses on the Campus are cordially invited to attend 'cli u
the meeting of the Ann Arbor District of the Michigan State Nurses' ing b
Association at the Michigan League Thursday, April 10, at 7:30 p. m. code.

dhi's campaign of civil dis-
ience, by which the National-
hope to obtain independence.
dhi is due tomorrow at Bhim-
where his son, Ram Das Gand-
'as arrested Sunday.
ndadharrao Deshpande, prom-
t Indian Nationalist leader of
aum, near Bombay, was arrest-
day with three others for vio-
g the salt laws. The town of
aum is observing the general
ml.
PENN. ALLOWS CLIQUES
NNSYLVANIA STATE- Fra-
ty cliques will publish mem-
hips and nominees for offices as
silt of Student council's action
pproving the recommendations
e election committee. All clique
edure, in addition, -must be
tioned by te committee be-
execution. This is the first
student government has plac-
ich restriction on political fac-
public announcementhof
e members arnd platform hav-
been optional under last year's

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university of inchigan ncai luu cavon: ii iii _u.
announces the issue of the Bulletin on the Courses in Public Health fot Union, this evening, at 7:10.
the Summer Session, which is No. 54 Vol. XXXI of the University Official -- nvriyo oa-oc ai
Pubication. sAeronautical Society Bus to the Detroit Air Show will leave the Armbruster has invented a skin-
Publicationl.Engineering Arch at 1:00 p. im. tight rubber swimming suit. The
new suit, which will be manufact-
tUniversity of Michigan Publication: The Editorial Office announces -ured by A. G. Spaulding, will offer
the issue of the Bulletin on the Courses in the School of Business Admin- - gnomore resistance than the ath-
istration for the Summer Session, which is No. 58 Vol. XXXI of the Bthhilete's own skin and will dry quick-
University Official Publication. Black Quill meets at 4.15 in the Kalamazoo room of the League. ly.
" .-.'- - - - -O T C)"__()_____________ ?< _C)G__() G ()G_____________-
University Women: Any woman
who keeps residence in her house
during the spring vacation is re-; EASTER DAYS ARE U
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SH ERE AGAIN 0
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oThursday and Friday evenings this week.
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N ew parlor-I
coaches with re- =
clining chairs. CALLAHAN
New York
$13.85
One way- andhi
$25.75 (Operating twin Coaches
Round trip-
exclusively) .
Boston $28.000 Round Trip M C R GI'
Buffalo Round TripMICHIGAN MEN
Reservations today and tomorrow To Chicago $8.00 R. T.
Campus Travel Bureault. Chis $14.95R. T.
Union Side Desk 12-1, 4.7 Available for Spring PartiesG
/Chubb House 12-8 GUARANTEED SCHEDULE
PHONE 9142Ca ll5847 If we are over 75 minutes late, we will refund
youOne Dollar.
TWO DRIVERS, PORTER, RUN-

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Lydia MENDELSSOHN Theatre
ENTIRE WEEK, opening MON., April 21
Every Night (except Friday. April 25)-Saturday Matinee at 2:30.
(Immediately after Easter Vacation)
"Easily the most triumphant smash of the season." Gairrick in the N. Y.
Journal.
"A gay and debonair comedy by M. Duval, bright with irresponsible
prank and cleverness." John Anderson in the Journal of Commerce.
"Sketched with Gallic lightness and precision of stroke to alleviate the
deplorable sadness of New York." J Brooks Atkinson in The Times.
As played .by Jeanne Eagels and Leslie Howard.

with Amy Loomis, Lewis McMichael, Robert Henderson
and Minna Miller.

Nights-75 cents and $1; Sat. Mat.-50 and 75 cents.
MAIL ORDERS NOW to the Mendelssohn Theatre.

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