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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. THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1930 No. 139
President and Mrs. Ruthven will be at home from 4 to 6 o'clock the
first two Sunday afternoons of each month to members of the faculties,
their friends, and other residents of Ann Arbor. This includes Sunday,
April 13, even though it is the vacation period.
Automobile Regulation: The Automobile Ban will be lifted Friday,
12:00 noon, April 11, and will be resumed Monday, 8:00 a. m., April 21.
These hours should be carefully observed.
J. A. Bursley
Dean's Advisory Committee, College of Literature, Science, and the
Arts: There will be a meeting of the Dean's Advisory Committee on
Tuesday, April 22, at 4 p. in., in this cfflcc. John R. Effinger
Students in the Physical Education Curriculum: The following,
courses, scheduled for the first half of the sscond semester will terminate
Friday, April 11:
Education F42a -Calisthenic Drills.h .
Education F44a--Trac~k and Field Athletics.
Courses scheduled for .thp recond half of the semes,ter will begin
Monday, April 21, and are as follows:
Education F14-Scouting.
Education F42b-Baseball.
Education F44b--Apparatus and Tumbling.
E. E. Wienan
Students, Colleges of Engineerin and Architecture:' 'emoval of In-
completes: The final day for the removal of incompletes is Friday,,
April 11. Louis A. Hopkins
Students, School of Education: Pdrmission to drop courses without
"E" grades will not be given after Friday, April 11, except under extra-S
ordinary circumstances.
No course is considered officially dropped unless it has been reported

American Student Adventurers Will Travel
SC Screen Ee o D Through Balkans This Summer by Automobile
i Scee Reflections I _ __

-1-I lU fH~ I Student adventurers of America [tunity to discuss with accompany-
lvi I U U lwill travel an unusual European ing teachers the conditions and
Pre-Vacation Whoopee. "Anna Christie" plays at the itinerary this summer when they habits of the countries.
The Greatest Garbo comes to Michigan vacation week, so it's Report for 1929 Shows Profit unite with students of Austria and Featuring outdoor camnin ii
town tonight in "Anna Christie" in either a choice of missing some 7 Aaist England to tour the Balkans under tents, the tour will ofefr opprtuni-
t tnight in "a hrisiehin sleep tonight or missing Greta. g'. tthe auspices of the National Stu- ty for the adventurers to eniOV
a midnight show at the Michigan Los n 92.-
-remember "Gold Diers" Whileoss i 1923. dent Federation of America. Trav- close social life and team-work with
the picture itself could stand slight l ...cling mostly in automobiles, so that the staf of English-speaking na-
. Dangerous Paradise" suggested T Apociae- P',sT they might be brought in closer tives and leaders, and to utilize the
improvement in spots, the star i by one of Conrad's novels is at the BOSTON, April 9-The balance contact with the countries through services of the doctors and cooks
well-nigh perfect in a role fit to Majestic today and tomorrow, star- sheet of the Ford Motor Co., which which they pass, the men and wo- in attendance.
order, was filed with the Massachusetts men members of the party will visit
Irin NaSer ban peasants in their homes, DALLAS--Babe Ruth wrenched a
Adapted from Eugene O'Neill's ngNncy Carroll and Richard Ar- C-misonrof Coi'poration todaySrinpaat nterhms, DLA-Bb uhwece
masterpiece of the same name, 'en' see native costumes and dances of muscle rounding second base the
"Anna Christie" retains in some At the Wuerth to y is Dolores idicated profit for 1929 of $81,797,- the Greeks, and hear Hungarian other day and was forced to retire.
degree the dramatic intensity of Costello's "Second Choice" with I61, as contrasted with an indicat- folk songs. While they are travel- The injury is expected to keep the
the stage performance, due in no Chester Morris and Jack Mulliall. 'ed loss of $72,221,498 in 1928. ing, the students will have oppor- slugger inactive for about a week,
small degree to a great support- -
ing cast. Marie Drssler especial- N. B The indicated profit is equal to IIIIIIn inlltllI 11iIIIIIII111111itIIllli[ ..
ly, as the "old soak," gives a great One of the great performances 1 $473.79 a share on 172,645 shares of
performance. of the year was given last night by stock, all of which is held by Henry
But back to Greta-who in her Joe Zilch, '34, in the all-campus Ford and his son, Edsel B. Ford.Hgat
first talking film gives proof of a cinematic epic at the Gridiron ban- The sharp upturn in earnings is
distinctive voice well adapted toj quet. Adolph Goldwyn, Sainu&. 1 1 =
audible cinema. The much joked-!Fox, William Lasky, and Jesse Z- understood to reflect the going into Gernan-A nerican
degree without detracting from lywood with lucrative contracts for cost 2f which was probably reflect-
either the plot or the star's per- this new find.= ed in the 1928 balance sheet. Rs ar n
formance. - B. J. A. I As the company is privately -=Es ilanSre
-.-J-A- owned, it iscnot required to file a 512 East William Street
Lecture and Motion Pictures: Dr. Richard L. Sutton will talk on detailed financial statement
'"Hunting in Africa and Indo-China with Rifle and Camera," in Natural E
orSienSe Auditorium at 4:15. d Carrothers States We wi;h to thank our customers for the past patronage -
and etend our heartiest wishes for an
Foreign Students: A few students can still be accommodated on Teachers Overlook ENJOYABLE EASTER TO ALLI
the Foreign Student Spring Vacation Tour of the State of Michigan. TO
Those interested should call at Room 3224 Angell Hall today, between Hone to see you all back ha'!ily after the vacation.
2 and 5 p.m. . Open drgv-a.
f GOTT. ; RRBACH, Prop.
Literary College Sophomores: Dues for the Sophomore Literary "General Sciences are being ne-
class of 1932 will be collected today at tables in Angell THal and glected by those who are planning--------.


inthe orrice ot inhe Recor0er of the nchooi ofi Education, I5 uTappan
Hall. Eli:abeth B. Clark, Recorder iUniversity Hall. a career of teaching, was the
statement of Prof. G. E. Carrothers
Senior Men in the School of Education: Those who have not already Negro-Caucasian Club: The first meeting of the Club for this of the School of Education.
left their orders for Caps and ownsat Geo. Moe's sportshop should y year will be held in the Upper Room of Lane Hall, at 8 p. m., for the! Professor Carorthers went on to
do so this week. This is the last opportunity which will be given. No purpose of organization. Old members and all others interested are show that in the report that he
deposit need be made until gowns are received. cordially invited. had compiled, only 3 out of 116 stu-
___:dents of education who are taking
House Presidents of the League: For all girls staying in houses COMING EVENTS. the general preparatory course
under League rules during Spring vacation closing hours during the Actuarial Examinations will be held April 14-18 in the Mathematics were intending to teach either
week will be extended until 11 o'clock. Regular week-end closing hours and Economics Library, Room 3027 Angell Hall. Themistrybor y eneralysciences such
will be observed. Get all late returns from the House Head and put ..aiorl"These figures are the more im-
name of hostess and the destination on the signing out slips.
Eisabeth DeVol, Chairman of the Board of Representatives Economics 172: Examination rooms for Monday, April 21, at 1 p. m.: portant," Professor Carrothers
Margaret Bush, President of the Women's League A to I-N. S. Aud. ointed out, "when viewed in the
X 2n5 AA H ight of the fact that according to



Glider, Section members who will be in Ann Arbor
vacation please notify Williar H. Harris (3818) in order
flying groups for that week.

during the
to arrange

J.U W -IV . !.
R to 7-25 A. H.
.W A. Paton
Oriental Women: The bus for the Lansing trip Saturday, April 12,
will leave Barbour Gymnasium at 8:15 a. mn. 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.

Craftsmen: No rehearsal before next trip.
April 28 in Redford and May 3 in Lansing.

April 25 in Detroit,

University Senate: A special. meeting of the University ,Senate, at
which memorials will be presented appreciative of the late Professors
Wenley, Cooley, Curtiss, and Lane, will be held in Room C Law Building
at 4:15 p. m.
All-Campus Open Forum: J. L. Brumm, Professor of Journalism,
will talk on the subject, "The Newspaper and Public Morals," in Rooin
D of Alumni Memorial Hall at 4 p. m. .All Students are cordially invited
to attend and to take part in the discussion to follow.

Chinese Students' Club:
April 11, will be held the
April 26.

The social meeting, scheduled for Friday,
first Saturday after the spring vacation,

Alpha Lambda Delta initiation will be postponed from April 26 to
May 3 because of the A. C. A. C. W. Conference. The plans for initiation
will remain the same.

the Statement of the North Cen-
tral Association the science cours-
es are the ones which are demand-
ing more new teachers than any of
the others.
After stating that on account of
the small size of the high schools
of the state it was becoming im-
perative to have two possible cours-
es to teach even when one of them
is physical education, Professor
Carrothers summed up the situa-
tion by saying that the solution
to the present state of affairs seem-
ed to be for some of those plan-
ning to teach English or some other
oveirpopulated course to take up
chemistry to fill the ever growing
demand in this field.
PARIS - Apparently the day
when open tennis tournaments will
be recognized by the International
Tennis federation is not yet at
hand. Despite agitation by . the t
United States and England in favor
of the open competition the assem-
bly decisively voted the proposal'

In all of the
NEW Shades
Also in the

Hygiene, Education F1, (School of Education): Class will meet
at '11 o'clock in the lower lecture room of the Dental Building.
blue books for mid-semester examination.


Howard Chapman of the Baptist Church will lead an Easter
sunrise service sponsored by the Student Volunteer Group. All
are cordially invited to meet at Harris Hall at 7 a. m., Easter
The service will be held out of doors weather permitting,
e it will be held in the first floor fire-place room of Harris Hall.


The Cantata, "Olivet to Calvary," will be presented by St. Andrew's
Church at 4:30 p. m. Sunday.

Military ScIence 2: The time for the mid-semester examination is

hanged romi 7:30u p. m. To :L p. mu. - . i. Edwards
Aeronautical and Mechanical Engineers: Mr. Charles F. Green of The Liberal Students' Union of the Unitarian Church will discuss
the Aeronautics Department of the General Electric Company will the recent novel "Rudderless" and the various problems of student life.
deliver a lecture on Aeronautical Instruments at 4:15 p. m., in Room Miss Harriet Owen will review the book, "Seven O'clock," at 7:00 p. m.,
1042 East Engineering Building. Edward A. Stalker Sunday evening, April 13, in the church library.
Senior Mechanical Engineers: Mr. !!!IIH lHi11!!!II !!h!1!h!!HWII!!!!!!lml !!!h!!!!!!i lllfillU!llfW!l! lV I - -
Price and Mr. Lambert of the Nor- r DO YOUR GLASSES REMAIN FULL
ton Company of Worcester, Mass., a i
will be in Room 221 today to inter'- ==Have you ever noticed that your guests leave their
view any men interested in employ- water glasses full at the end of the meal? Do you suppose Ly
ent with this co panyderson they do not like water or is it the taste of the particular
drink you are serving? Play safe-obtain complete admin- ENTIRE WEEK ope
Freshman Wrestling Squad: All istration from your friends by serving pure Arbor Springs
members of this year's freshman Every Night exce)t Friday. A*i
wrestling squad are asked to re- water. (Immediately afte
port, with their wrestling outfits, ARBOR SPRINGS WATER CO.
at Spedding's studio on Liberty St., 1 416 W. Huron . Phone 8270 .
at 4:30 p. m. this afternoon.


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