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THE MICHIGAN

PACE EIGHT

DAILY

FRIDAY, MAY. 2, 1930

PAGE EXGWI TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY'

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. mn. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday),

SIXTEEN BELIEVED DEAD FOLLOWING DISASTER
WHEN BURNING HULK SINKS OFF LONG
t MPLOYING PLANES __
Much Liquor Being Shipped into
.United States in This Way,

ISLAND

VOL. XL.3

FRIDAY, ThXY 2, 1930 iti. 15

NOTICES jDirector Learns.
Members of the Faculties: Members of the faculties who are not ! -_
alumni of Michigan are eligible to membership in the University of
Michigan Club of Ann Arbor as Associate Members with all the privi- DETROIT, May 1. - The direc-
leges of other members. It is the sincere desire of the Club that faculty tors of the prohibition blockade inI
men avail themselves of this opportunity, especially in view of the the Detroit area were confronted I
fact that the Club is sponsoring the banquet on Saturday evening, today with accounts of an airplane
May 3, at which the University's alumni guests of that day will be'smuggling organization reported to
present. Membership in the club includes admission to the banquet be running approximately 3,500!
without further charge. Those desiring to act on this invitation- should cases of Canadian liquor into the
communicate with Paul C. Wagner, 303 South State Street (Tel. 21112) ''United States each week.
Secretary. Pidt Clearing from the airport at
Hloratio J. Abot, Peien akevle Ont., at least 10
University of Michigan Cub of Ann Arbor irplanes av een
- 1American airplanes have been i
working this system for the past
To all Thoae Expecting to Itvcclv Degrees in June: Early settle- three months. Each plane carries
ment is necessary for the preparation of dipaornas. In no case will the from 40. to 50 cases of liquor and
University confer a degree at Commencement upon any student who makes one trip daily. Officials of
fails to pay this fee before 4 o'clock, p. n., May 28. In case the Faculty the airport declared Wednesday
does not recommend any nayor, the fec will be refunded on surrenderthellesto heck the
of receipt for payment. .The above applies also to fe s for all special Itwera eos as lpe Canadian gov-
certificates. oerains as tenadi goved
Candidates for degrees cr certificates should at once fill out card ement has designated the field
at office of the Secretary of their College or School; pay the Treasurer* as an authorized liquor export
of the University and have card receipted, and file indicated section point.
of this receipted card with the Secretary of their College or School.
Please do not delay until the last m.ment, but attend to this Eng ish 32, Section 19, will not
matter at once. We must lettei, sign, and seal approximately 2500!quiz Tuesday on the assigned out
diplomas and certificates, and we shadl be grcatly. helped in this work
by early payment of the fee and consequent longer period for prepara- "King Lear" (buy in the Arden editio
tion.
uR' I .r.J tT~v.ne *irca 'cr 4 .i ri l AR' nlntnIU [!.} j rrfn Uku.ny

GLENNA COLLETT3's,
GOLF TEAM LOSES
British 'omon G)If -r5 T/ -
Over Anterican:; in C
Matches.
FOREIGN PLAY STEADIER
By Frank H. King,
(A. P. Staff Writer)
Sunn.agdale, Eng., May 1.-In
fifteen matches, five foursomes
and ten singles, all featuring fine
sportsmanship and better golf than
might have been expected from
American girls so soon after an At-
lantic voyage, 'Miss Molly Gour-
lay's British team today won from
Miss Glenna Collett's American
lineup eight matches to six with
one halved.

The burning huik of the Thames, New York to Bridgeport freighter, which caught fire recently in Long
Island Sound off Sound Beach, Conn. It is believed that 16 members of the crew either died in the fames
or were drowned, only 10 men being saved.

meet Saturday. There will be a
side reading. A first reading of
)n) should be completed by Tuesday.
M 11I. C. Webster

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News From Other Colleges
. ~. . . . . ... .. ... ......

*The Treasurer's Ouice will Lbe closFed , acti 0Iur ;ty a 1ULUL.I
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary of the University
University Bureau of Appoinlmcn 7v and Oecupational Information:
A representative of the Mandel Brothers department store in Chicago
will be in this -office next week to interview seniors interested in retail-"
ing. Please come to the office this week to make appointments.
Seniors in Journalism: Seniors who are candidates for the Certifi-'
cate in Journalism are requested to pay to the University Treasurer,
immediately, the two-dollar certificate fcc and to file a transcript ofC
credits with the journalism office not iator than May 9.
J. L. Brumm
EVENTS TODAY'
Lennox Robinson, noted Irish Playwright and Director of Abbeyl
Theatre, Dublin, will lecture on "The Story of the Irish Theatre", atj
4:15 p. m., in -the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. The general public is{
invited.-
Visitors' Night-Angell Hall Laboratory: The public is invited to
visit the Astronomical Laboratory on the fifth floor of Angell Hall to
observe the moon from 7:30 to 10:30 p. m., today and Saturday. Reserva-
tions must be made by calling the Observatory office, University 657,{
between 9 a. ,m., and 12 noon, today and Saturday.1
Efiglish 32, Section 15, Mr. Litzenberg's Section: The examination at
1 o'clock, will be on "Romeo and Juliet," "Richard II," and "Othello.'
Mechanical and Chemical Engineers: Mr. H. C. Brockhoff of the
Western Gas Construction Company, Fort Wayne, Ind., will be in room
2028 East Engineering Building to interview Seniors for positions with
that company. Please make appointments with Miss MeKim.
H. C. Anderson, Alfred H. White
University Girls Glee Club: All girls who signed up to eat dinner at;
the League should be at the Russian Tea Room at 6:00 p. m. sharp.
Everyone must be at the rehearsal with the Cincinnati Glee Club'
Saturday afternoon at 1:30 at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
University Club: Annual meeting and election of officers at 8:15 p. m.
Program: Prof. A. G. Canfield and President Ruthven on "Research,"
Polonia Literary Circle meets in Lane Hall at 7:30 p. in.
COMING EVENTS.
German Department: The ordinary monthly meeting will take place
on Tuesday, May 6, at 4:15 p. in., in Room 201, University Hall.

Make-up Examination in Semitics 106 will be given Saturday at 9:00 !KINLEY URGES STAND FOR STUDENTS FAVOR REPEAL.
a. m., in Room 2023 Angell Hall. BETTER STANDARDS BY CO-EDS CREIGHTON UNIVERSITY-Not
I - UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS- a single vote for enforcement of
Varsity Band: Formation in full uniform at Morris Hall at 1:45 More than 100 University girls!obitionwacastduring the
Saturday afternoon for baseball game. heard President Kinley, at a meet- pshibitin wa c ast rnkh
- ! ing that he had called, advise them campus polling of the last week.
Craftsmen: Meet at Masonic Temple Saturday at 2:30 p. m. for against frequenting soft drink par- 244 students voted for complete re-
Lansing trip. Any members not on the team who wish to go please call lors, dance halls, and other places i peal and 30 voted for modification.
8154 and leave your name. The group pictures are ready for those who not properly 1"ghted or too seclud-
ordered them. ed, and urge them to set their faces STANFORD REGAINS FAMED
against such conditions. He urged I AXE IN TEAR BOMB RAID
Sigma Delta Psi tests will not be given Saturday morning on account them "to set up their own stand- STANFORD UNIVERSITY-Dis-
of Spring games. ard of conduct, to maintain their
self-reset n orfs c guised as photographers and using
Beta Kappa Rho will meet in the Cave of the League Building, e and o tear bombs a band of twenty Stan
Saudy a ,at815p ,1quaintances and social associations arbmsaanofteySa-
Saturday, May 3, at 8:15 P. m-. ,that do not conform to those stand- ford heroes seized the historic Stan-
Congregational Student Fellowship: Dr. W. B. Hinsdalc, Custodian rds. He climaxed his talk with a ford Axe from its U. of C. guardians
Conregtioal tudnt ellwshp:r.WillBseakHndaevenstoian ; plea for the Universi'ty women tOI and carried it home in triumph.
of the Michigan Archaeological Collection, will speak Sunday evening k fg such lines. Id ad bee i psion
in the church parlors on "The Early Christian Missions to the Michigan s The Axe had been in possession of
Indians." Social period °5:30 to 6:00 p. m., luncheon 6:00 to 6:30, talk U the U. of C. since 1899.
6:30 to 7:15. The public is invited. FRESHMAN "CLASS WILL RUN j
U. OF CALIFORNIA FOR DAY STANFORD RECEIVES GIFT.
Sunday Evening Convocation: Dr. Rufus M. Jones, of Haverford UNIVERSITYY OF CALIFORNIA S T AN F O R D UNIVERSITY-
College, Haverford, Pa.; will speak at Hill Auditorium, Sunday evening, -For one brief day outstanding T
students of the freshman class will Through a $150,000 bequest from
May 4, at 8 o'clock. -;take over the reins of the Univer- William J. Byrne, San Francisco
Dr. Rufus Jones of Haverford College, will preach at the eleven sity on Green Day to be virtually banker and capitalist, Stanford
o'clock service in St. Andrew's Church. "kings for a day." During this will be able to establish a new
short time they will take over all professorship in American history.
Catholic Students and their friends are invited to the last dance ' the major campus offices includ-A further bequest of $25,000 is to be
of the year at the Women's League, Saturday, May 3, from 2:30 to 5:00 ing the student council, positions ;used for women's scholarships.
on the campus paper, usedfrwmenscholaships
._ _ __ _ __i_ _ __ _ _ __.b

Triumphing over the American
team, the British women accom-
plished something no British team
of men amateurs has been able
to do, but whether British girls are
better golfers is still a matter of
debate which will be continued in
the women's championship to be
played ten days hence.
The margin separating victory
and defeat was so small today that
even Miss Collett and the members
of her team were surprised. One
more American victory would have
evened the score.
The British women played a bet-
ter all-round game than did the
visitors.rThey were steadier in the
pinches and produced better shots
generally wi'th all clubs. However,
the Americans made a. creditable
showing when it is considered that
they had just left the rolling At-
lantic for the rolling fairways of
Sunningdale.
Most of the visitors were still a
bit shaky. Miss Maureen Orcutt,
who proceeded her colleagues, had
an opportunity for practice before
the arrival of her sister players,
and she was the only one to show
her genuine form throughout. She .
was the only American to triumph
in both morning and afternoon
I matches.
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY
Men may not have dates for ath-
letic contests. This is an old tradi-
tion still enforced because it is be-
lieved that dates detract from the
men's enthusiasm for the game
and do not show respect for the
players who are unable to bring
girls.

Iri

THE
PEE WEE GOLF
COURSE
IS NOW IN OPERATION
Hours: 9 a. m. to 12 p. m.
CLUBS AND BALLS
FURNISHED
Corner- Jefferson and State

BOX OFFICE OPEN TODAY

2 o'clock to 5 o'clock

During Lecture By

I

Lennox Robinson

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Smoking Stand I
Special
Quite the thing to
freshen up that living-
room, sun-room and
porch. Very special
at $2.00
LILIIAN COLLET
SHOP
605 East William Street

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for seats to

AN OPPORTUNITY
There is an opening
in our Securtities De-
partment for two or

ENGRAVING-

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Bring in your
VISITING

order for
CARDS

"Whiteheaded Boy"
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre

three young men
sirious of learning
business. A p p 1y

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thc
in

Let us show you the
WEDDING

new and exclusive styles of
STATIONERY

May 9, 10, 12, and 13

Special price to University girls on Wedding Itnvitations
and Announcements.

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person.

BROWN-CRESS & NOM,
Ann Arbor Trust Bldg.

WAHR'S

UNIVERSITY
BOOK STORE

A Play Production Presentation

Faunacual

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F',

uichigan League
BOB CARSON'S ORCHESTRA

BOTH FRIDAY and SATURDbAY NIGHTS

go - .- -64

Tickets at Leagus Desk $1.00

Enjoy Dancing in A Cool Sallroom

MIMES

THEATRE

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" MATINEE
TOMORROW

PRESENTS THAT FAMOUS AMERICAN CLASSIC
r~i - lTE A n 3 n sw nDnw 7m

Hear the Old Time
Song Hits
"I Don't Want to
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