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ALY FICIANews From Oth Colleges
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members -__ __ _ __ -_ __
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi- UNIVERSITY OF OREGON-Surf WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY-
dent until 3:30 p. m, (11:30 a. m. Saturday) _boarding will be one of the sports G. W. Steph':ns, dean of students
VOL. XL. FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1930 No. 144 offered to students of the Dniver- here, has communicated with the
sity of Oregon summer session, whoaN
NOTICES.take the Hawaiian cruise next sum- assistant dean of Northwestern uni
mer. The Tregon students will have versity and advisor of Phi Eta Sig-
Honors Convocation: The Seventh Annual Honors Convocation will classes on the campus of the Uni- ma, national honorary freshman
be held at 4:00 p. m., today, in Hill Auditorium.. Mr. George versity of Hawaii, and will be al- scholastic fraternity, regarding (he
E. Vincent, formerly President of the Rockefeller Foundation and of lowed plenty of time for aquatic installation of the society at Wash-
the University of Minnesota, will give the address. recreation. ington University.
Classes in all divisions of the University, with the exception of ~--- -~^ --- ---- ----- - ---

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of Wisconsin Charged Commerce Department Officials
cessive Expenditures to Investigate Death of
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SHEBOYGAN, Wis., April 24.-

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clinics, will be dismissed at 3:45 in order that members of the faculty j Michigan Union Tryouts will meet in the Student offices frorm 3 Wisconsin's millionaire governor,
and students may attend the Convocation. to 5 o'clock. Important work must be completed. Walter J. Kohler, whose removal
Seats will be provided for members of the faculty on the stage. Hr . reoc
They will meet in the dressing rooms at the rear of the stage in Hill .s
Auditorium at 3:45 p. m. Academic costume will be worn. wicharges of excessive campaign ex- ..
A section of seats on the main floor of the Auditorium will be national Tea from 2 to 5 oclock in the Presbyterian Church parlorspenditures, was called back to the
reserved for honor students who will be admitted to this section on sponsored by the Kings Daughters. . n h
presentation of the cards which have been sent them.wtness stand today i his trial for
The doors of the Auditoium wLl b open at 3:45 p. m. The public Varsity Band: Formation at Morris Hall at 12:30 p. m.. to leave further questioning as to how much
Is invited.for concert at Pontiac. money he spent in seeking nom-,
Alexander G. Ruthven nation in 1928.
Varsity Glee Club: Buses will leave the Union at 12:45 sharp, for The wealthy industralist, who
honors Convocation: Honor students who have not been able to Pontiac. Those who made special arrangements will meet at the Union took over s father sm enamel-
secure academic costume for the Honors Convocation should not absent at 5 o'clock promptly for the evening concert. Everyone will bring ing business and built it u into a A
themselves on that account, but tho:se wh: have it are requested to full dress with ribbon for the evening concert.gp iAaron Reed
wear it. J. A. Bursley huge c ! n c e r n manufacturing 85 year old lawyer of Madison
Phi Sigma meets this evening at 7:30 p. m. in room 1139 N. S. Bldg..y plumbing fiktures, faced another Neb., who has announced his can-'
Thoe Ateningth Sesios o te Shoomasers Cub re nviedDr. A. I. Ortenburger, Professor of Zo~logy at the University of Okla- diatio of eing annyet b ithle noiatio fo the R enptblian
Ty r .I tebrdyo usioigwt itei- esro hose Attending the Se.ssions of the Schooma ters' Club are invited, homa, will give an illustrated talk on "TheFan of ist Oklahoma." iaonfbeganydbyte' cfrth eekRplcn1
to accompany the special field trips given by the School of Forestry Faunaky
and Conservation in co-operation with the Washtenaw County rural Istate's harassing queries. ticket. He will oppose United States
teachers during Saturday, April 26,beginning at 10 a. in., at Saginaw' I He has been hard pressed by ntrGege .Nris
Hehsbe adpesdb Senator George W. Norris.,
Forest, 3 miles west of Ann Arbor on the Liberty Street road. Programs Notice: The Board of Governors, the Directors and the Residents Special Prosecutor Harold M. Wilkie -_ I 1
may be had of th various group chairmen of the Club meetings. of the Martha Cook Building cordially invite the members of the Uni- for a detailed accounting of his mhe
versity of Michigan faculty and their wives, the members of the Ann
Conrad H. Moehlman, Professor of' the History of Christianity at Arbor Branch of the American Association of University Women, and campaign -when, at his home and Fifty Year Old Negro
Colgate-Rochester Divinity Schcol, will deliver the following lectures the Michigan State Association of Deans of Women, to tea from four to at his model industrial village of
under the auspices of the Michigan School of Religion: five -thirty, in honor of Miss Thyrsa Amos, Dean of Women, University Kohler, he entertained thousands ( Associated Press)
Monday, April 28, "Puritanism and Calitalism." of Pittsburgh, at the Martha Cook Building. of persons whom the state labeled WALHALLA, s. C., April 24- A
Tuesday, April 29, "Puritanism and Marriage." political pilgrims." masked mob today lynched Allen
Wednesday, April 30, "Puritanism and Education." Craftsmen will leave from Masonic Temple at 4:30 p. m. Wear For four hours yesterday the Green, 50-year-old Negro, charged!
These lectures will be given in the Natural Science Auditorium, on your tuxedo and bring ribbon. Governor, who took office with the with attacking a white woman, af-
Monday and Wednesday at 4:15 p. m. and on Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. sps.avowedpurpose of giving Wiscon- ier clubbing and seriously injuring
Louis A. Hopkins Esomr302,:sTheaEbpsinesscadminietration7a Sh.rm.f noRnomTho sin a business administration as Sheriff John 'Thomas, who tried to
oMichigan Union. efficient as that at his factories, protect his prisoner.
Political Science 32: The final examir'ation in Political Science 32 was kept under a barrage of point Green was dragged from the
will be held Monday afternoon, June 9. In the preparation of copy for COMING EVENTS . ed questions. OcOine County jail, tied to a tree
the printer, this,item somehow became lost. It should have appeared Though he had some difficulty in and shot. At Anderson, S. C., whre
on the printed schedule of finals. D. L. Rich Psychology 31, Mid-semester Make-up Examination: Students who finding suitable words Kohler did S oas as en, h rea
were absent from the mid-semester examination may appear in room not show any irritability at the per- at ches said his skull was frota
Ushers for Dramatic Readings: All parsons interested in ushering 1121, Natural Science Building, Wednesday, April 30, at 4 o'elock, to take sistence of Wilkie's drive to draw ed and that he might die.sr
for the Dramatic Readings Series'to be presented April 29, May 6, May the make-up examination from him an admission he person- -
20, and May 27, kindly get in touch with Miss Bacheler at 3211 A. H., i The B ally was responsible for all his cam- UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS -
or call Donald M. Vedder at 7317. TMondy Black Oratorical Contest: The final preliminaries will be hed aign expenses alleged to have Week end parties were an impor-
Mond_____ay, May 5, at 7:00 p. in., in Room 302 Mason Hall. The inal contort been more than $100,000. tant cause for the large number of!
Sigma Delta Psi: Spring work has begun. Regular practice will be hed on May 18, in the First Methodist Church, at 7:30 p. m. Just once he intimated that, as a calls at the dispensary during Feb-
periods will be Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 3 to 5:30-Saturday I' successful business man, he was ruary, according to statistics re-
morning 10 to 12 o'clock. Anyone is eligible to try out for this fraternity. .Informal Readings by Faculty Members: The first of a series of disgusted with his job as governor, leased by the hospital here. This
informal readings by faculty members is to be given by Prof. 0. J. He declared, as he told of feeding month set the record for the school
Alumni of Detroit Northwestern high School: The Northwestern hCampbell on Sunday, April 27, at 3:30 p. m. in the Grand Rapids roo visitors at his home and plant, that year with a total of 1,715 students
Alni oa Deoit orthpti n h Schronol: The Nothesetenof the Michigan League building. Tea will be served by the House he felt he was a decent man until who needed treatment.
debating team is participating in the final round of the state debate
eries for the championship of Michigan today in Hill Auditorium at Committee in the concourse. All students are invited to atend, he becamne a candidate and was -
7:45 p. m. All alumni are urged to attend. If possible, please come Es-~~Clb Prf C aksubject to bitter political attacks.
early enough to sit in the section to be reserved for student alumni 1IEconomics Club: Professor C. L. Jamison will speak on "Crin al--
and meinbers .of Lister. Carelessness in Commercial Credit," in room 302 of the Union on Monday, PENNSYLVANIA STATE COL-
_LGApril 28, at 7:30. LLEC-"Penn State Thespians" will

(P' Associated Press)
ATTICA, New York. April 24.-
Department of commerce inspec-
tors were ordered here today to in-
vestigate ah airplane accident in
which Maj. Lionel M. Woolson, 42,
widely-known motor designer and
chief aeronautical engineer for the
Packard Motor Co., Detroit, and
two companions were killed.
Maj. Woolson, Carl B. Knight,
chief test pilot for the Verville Air-
craft corporation of Detroit, and
Harold B. Scutt, a pilot, of Doug-
laston, N. Y., lost their lives when
the Diesel-motored Verville plane
they were flying from Detroit to
New York crashed into ,a hillside

during a severe snowstorm.
The party left Detroit at 9:30
Wednesday morning, stopped at
Buffalo, N. Y, for lunch, and haa
been in the air but a short time
on their way to New York whe

they

ran into a heavy snow.

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English 172: On account of the Michigan Schoolmasters' Club, this
class will meet in 1009 Angell Hall today.;
English 45: On account of the Michigan Schoolmasters' Club, Mr.
Hetherington's 8 o'clock section will not meet today.
Geography 142: There will be no meeting of this course today. w
General Linguistics, 160: The class will not meet today, so students
can attend Dr. John Muyskens' lecture on "The Science of Speech," at
University Hall Auditorium at 9:30. The Mid-Semester examination will
be given on Monday, April 28.{
Hygiene 101: Classes in Hygiene 101 will not meet this morning. i
M. P. Isaminger ]
International Tea: All students are cordially invited to the Inter-1

r esent a mythical night club, "Le
Soccer Football Team: All members are requested to be out for Cafe Noir," as their monthly con-
practice game Saturday afternoon at 2:00. tribution to student amusement.

JOE PARKERS CAFE

Scabbard and Blade ini fiation
Saturday, April 26. All members
please be at the Military Office at
2:00 p. m.
Congregational Student Fellow-
ship: Rev. R. W. McLain. chaplain
of the Jackson State Prison, will
speak at the Sunday evening meet-
ing in the church parlors. Social
period 5:30 to 6:00, student lunch-
eon 6:00 to 6:30, and meeting 6:30
to 7:15 p. m.

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