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PAGE EIGHT

THE MIIIAN

AID 14,

'I'llUR.SDAY, MAY o, 1930

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PAGE flOW!' THE MICHIGAN DAILY ~ THURSDAY. MAY 8, 1930

DAILY OF FICIAL B ULLE-TINK
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, MAY 8, 1930 No. 155
NOTICES
University Senate: A meeting of the University Senate will be heldj
in Room C Law Building on Monday, May 12, at 4:15 p. in.
Order of Business:
1. Annual Report of the Board in Control of Student Publications.
2. Recommendation of the Committee on University Affairs that{
all Senate Committees should report at least annually.
3. Definition of the status of the Committee on Accredited High
Schools.
4. Election of Secretary.
John W. Bradshaw, Secretary of the Senate
CVas!.ification for First Semester of next year, College of Literature,
Science, and the Arts, School of Education, and School of Music: The
1930-1931 announcement for the College of L., S., and A., and abridgedt
time schedules for the School of Education and the ,School of Music
are now ready for distribution.
Students in the e shools. who e<:p^.et to return next September,c
may now classify for the first svme -ter's work. The procedure is as
follows :
1.Call first at the Rogistrar's Offie Room 4, U. H., for the necessary
cards, and an announcement of course-. Students who expect to1
transfer at the end of this :emestcr, as for example from the College 1
of L., S., and A. to the School of Education, should use the electionI
cards of the school or college into which they expect to enter.
2. Make your elections and have them approved. School of Edu-
cation students must have their elections approve: by a representativel
of that School; School of Music stu<ents must have their elections I
approved by a representative of the School of Music. Each Literary
student must indicate the kind of course he is pursuing, and must I
then confer with a representative of the field of work indicated. A list!
of these advisers for Literary upperclassmen is, posted in Room 4, U. H.'
3. After elections have been approved, file election card and class
cards in Room 4; U. H. No tuition fees will be accepted now. Whent
fees are paid, at the usual time next fall, the class cards filled out now
will be released to the Faculty.
D. L. Rich, Director of Classification
May Festival Chorus Rehearsals: No excuses will be accepted for thej
final rehearsals for May Festival which are all to be held in Hill
Auditorium as follows:
Thursday evening, May 8, at 7 o'clock.
Sunday, May 11, at 2:30 o'clock.
Monday, May 12, at 7 o'clock.r
Tuesday, May 13, at 7" o'clock.
Wednesday, May 14, with Chicago Symphony Orchestra and soloistsj
at 2:30 p. m.
Thursday, May 15, with Chicago Symphony Orchestra and soloists
at 9:30 a. m.
Friday, May 16, with Chicago Symphony Orchestra and soloists
at 9:30 a. n.

Phi Beta Kappa: The Annual Initiation Banquet will be held at HOOVER RECEIVES SEASON'S FIRST
the Michigan Union on Friday, May 9, at 6:30 p. m. Professor J. C. I
Rolfe of the University of Pennsylvania will deliver the principal address. SALMON TAKEN FROM MAINE RIVER
The Chapter will be glad to welcome any member of Phi Beta Kappa
living in the vicinity on this occasion. To secure a place reservation
must be made at-once with the Secretary. The office address is 3233
Angell Hall.'Fetr
r ma P. Butler, Secretary

Il In s R p resntatives Accus,:I
of Extra Expenditurcs
During~ Compazign.
CHALLiENGES CLAIMS

EVENTS TODAY
University Lecture: 8:00 p. m., West Gallery Alumni Memorial Hall.
Mr. Ernest H. Wilson, Keeper of the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard
University: "Plant Hunting" (illustrated).
Final A-1-Campus Open Forum: R. W. McLain, Chaplain at Michi-
gan State Prison, will talk on the subject: "The Psychology of the
Criminal," at 4 p. m., Room D, Alumni Memorial Hall. The public is
cordially invited.
Lennox Robinson will deliver a second lecture, "Irish Plays, Players,
and Playwrights," at 4:15 in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Directed Teaching, Education 125 will not meet this morning.
O. W. Stephenson
Advertising and Marketing students: Mr. Gordon Kingsbury, at one
time advertising manager of the Diamond Crystal Salt Company, will;
address students in business administration and any others interested
on "The Use of the Radio as an Advertising Medium," at 4:15, in RoomI
25, Angell Hall.
Geography Camp: There will be a meeting in room 11 A. H. at 7:30
p. m. of all men intending to go to the Geography Camp at Mill Springs,
Kentucky.
The Colloquium in Applied Mechanics meets in room 445 at 8:001
p. m. Subject "A Sketch History of Mechanics up to Newton," to be
presented by Prof. H. Lloyd.
.
Public Health Nurses on the Campus are invited to attend a meeting
of the Ann Arbor Nurses' Association at the Women's Athletic Build- I
ing at 8 p. m.
Chemical Engineers: There will be a regular meeting of the A. I.
C. H. E. in Room 3201 at 7:45 p. m.
Professor W. L. Badger will speak on the "Sellew Cycle," which is1
a solution cycle used to generate steam. Everyone interested is invited.'
Phi Sigma initiation banquet at 6:30 p. m., Michigan Union.
Sigma Delta Phi: Important meeting at 12:15, in the main dining
room of the Michigan League Building. Election of members will be held
Junior Engineers Baseball Team: Game today at '5 p. m. on
Diamond No. 3.

WASHING1TN. May 7.--Repre--
',...ti" :v Ysentative Ruth lanna McCormick
of Illinois today challenged asser-
tions attributed to the Illinois
. Democratic state central commit-
f toeo that $750,000 had been spent
from other sources in addition to
the amoint she spent in the pri-
mary camtn'm in which she won
the Re ubisan senatorial nomiina-
tion.
In heI c 1Eera, iMrs. McCormick
called attention to a resolution
, r: adopted by the committee yester-
day 'criticizing the alleged exces-
': 1sive expenditure of money in my
recent primary campaign."
"I see in newspaper despatches
that the adoption of the resolu-
Assocq ted Preu Photo tion was preceded by statement
President Hoover was presented with the first salmon of the season presumably made by members of
from the Bangor salmon pool in the Penobscot river, Maine. Rep. Don- your committee, that in addition
aid F. Snow (left) and Rep. John E. Nelson (right) gave the catch to to the amount which I have re-
the President on behalf of the Bangor chamber of commerce, following ported of having expended out of
a custom of long standing. my own pocket in the primary
- ___- campaign, $750,000 from other
sources were spent in my behalf,"
New Mystery Plane her telegram said,
CR E -"I challenge these assertions. I
Designed by British' earnestly insist that if your com-
REFLE TIONimittee or its members have any
(EF'LssvIOd Pr(1'ss ,knowledge of any funds spent in
j FARNBOROUGH, England, May 7 my candidacy which I reported ex-
A new mystery airplane, which pending, under oath, that such evi-
SShort 'n Snappy'seeks to solve the problem of ver- dence be at once submitted to U.
The Cap Night feature, which tical flight, is to be tested soon at S. Senator Gerald T. Nye, chairman
t the air ministry's experimental sta- of the subcommittee of the Senate
will be shown at both the Michigan ion here. committee on privileges and elec-
and Majestic theatres following the The machihe, which has been tions which is now investigating
first regular show Friday night is built with great secrecy for the primary expenses in various states,
Evelyn Brent's "Framed," reported- ministry at Cowes, is called a heli- "I shall call the attention of Sen-
y but not guaranteedly a tense cogyre. It has an ordinary airplane ator Nye to the published reports
.;body with an engine on the nose for I of your meeting and suggest to him
crook melodrama. Ralph Herolde is forward drive. that the' members of your commit-
said to win chief supporting honors. Mounted above the body are four tee should be given full opportun-
At the Michigan is George Arliss' movable wings which are rotated ity to present the evidence which
second talking epic, "The Green by small propellers run by engines they claim to have."
Goddess." An excellent cast and the on the front edges of the wings.
star's great performance along with It is hoped that the rotating
a novel story rate an A-. It is a wings will lift the machine vertical-Red Cross to Conduct
faithful adaptation of the success- ly and enable it to remain station- Three Training Camps
ful stage play of the same' name, ! ary in mid-air. -
popular on the Main Stem a few Offering college students an op-
seasons .back. H. B. Warner, RalphI Cincinnati University Is: l)ortunity-to studiy irst aid aind life-
Forbes, and Alice Joyce support. - saving, with, a view to qualifying as
More about it tomorrow. Receiver of $2,000,000 instructors in those subjects, the
1 Pesr rzd lssat the I American. Red Cross will hold'three
Wuerth today, followed tomorrow CINCINNATI, May 7-Mrs. An- training schools in the Middle West
S he Bishop Murder Case." nie Taft, sister-in-law of the late this June, according to a recent re-
'yMaurice Chevalier's third Amer- Chief Justice William Howard Taft, port.
ican film "The Big Pond" wherein has given $2,000,000 to University The school at Camp Oak Point,
he is enaioured of Claudette Col- of Cincinnati as a memorial to her Stillwater, Minnesota, is situated on
bert ("The Lady Lies" herself) husband, Charles P. Taft. Square Lake,
oenstodaythe Uy ie Artsts)

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Students''recital: The public is invited to a program
and ensemble numbers given this afternoon by the vocal pupils
A. Strong of the faculty of the School of Music in the Grand
Room of the Michigan League at 4:30 p. m.

of solo
of May
Rapids

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Senior Ball Committee meets at 7:30 p. m. in room 306 Michigan
ion..
Newcomers' Section of the Faculty Women's Club: The last meeting
ll be in the form of a Porch and Garden Party to be held at the
omen's Athletic Building today at 2:30 o'clock. There will be an!
portunity for members of the section to meet the new officers of the
ming year.
Negro-Caucasian Club meets in the Upper Room of Lane Hall at
o'clock. A discussion on "The Negro and the Southern Labor Prob-
m" will be included in the meeting. Others who are interested are
vited to be present.
Gargoyle Editorial Staff and Tryouts: ;.,Short meeting at ยข:00 p. M.
ne assignments.
COMING EVENTS.I
Sophomore Engineers: Friday afternoon will be your last chance
be measured for the official 1932 class jackets. You can be fitted
room 243 W. Engineering Bldg. between 1 and 3 o'clock.

Charles A. Sink 'le
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Student Recital: Helen Gould, soprano, student of Nora Crane
Hunt of the School of Music, will give the following program at the
School of Music Building, Thursday, May 8, at 8 o'clock. Miss Gould Ju
will be assisted by Miss Frances Peck, pianist, and Retta Knight, accom- J
pa Schubert: Auf Dem Wasser; Brahms: Wir Wandelten; Brahms:
Vergebliches Standchen; (Helen Gould); Scriabin: Etude; 1rahms: In-
termezzo; MacDowell: March Wind; (Frances Peck); Mozart: Aria, "Bat- Ito
ti Batti" from "Bon Giovanni," Helen Gould) Moskowsky: En Automne; in
Dolnanyi: Capriccio; (Frances Peck)-; Manning: Lamplighter; Man- J
ning: In Luxembourg Gardens; Kountz: The Sleigh; Snodgrass: En- !
chantment Claims its own. Charles A. Sink on
-At
Students' Recital: Advanced students of James Hamilton of the
voice faculty of the School of Music will give an operatic programt
the School of Music auditorium, Friday, May 9, at 8:00 p. in. The 147
general public is cordially invited to attend. The program is as follows:
Leoncav%1lo: Prologue, from "I Paglipcci" (Charles B. Ruegnitz)f
Verdi: Duet, 'Ai Nostri Monti" from "Il Trovatore," (Olive Gilkey, James F
Hamilton) Mascagni: Aria, "Vol to Sapete," from "Cavalleria Rustican de
rr~ihT~~nnl,)Puni:Scene from Act I "La Boheme," (Burnett ;.d

An Examination on First Aid for
ose members who have taken Cours
Saturday, May 10, from 8 to 10 a.
hletic Administration Building.
Michigan Y Club will not meet ton
ar will be held on Thursday, May 22.
Presbyterian and Reformed Stu-
nts: The annual May Party of

the
se F
M.,
light.

Red Cross Certificate for}
16 this year will be heldI
at the class room in the
The final meeting of the

opens today at the United Artists'
in Detroit. Chewing gum and a
number of new song hits are mixed
up in it, so 'tis said.

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WE INVITE YOU TO RIDE
UNITED STAGES
CHICAGO $4.00 ST. LOUIS $8.00

CANOEING,
SAUNDERS CANOE LIVERY
On the Huron River at the Foot of Cedar Street

lLI CIU11 rje 1lw '
Bradley, James Ham
(Earl. Burnett); Ver
del Destino," (Mr.'
di Donna" from "La
Sapete" from "Le No,
the opera, "Rigoletto
Earl Burnett).
Political Science:*
ing American Gove
autumn as sophom
Course I. Student
juniors or seniors m
107.
Ushers May Festi
number of extra us
ed for the May Fes
ested, apply at box
Auditorium today fro
p. m., or 5:00 to 6:001

Hilton) Gounod: Aria, "Dio Possente" from "Faust, Ithese organizations will be held at 10x30 P. m. 9:30P .
di: Duet, "Solenne In Quest' Ora" from La Forza Angell School May 10. There willA PITTSBURGH $7.00 BUFFALO $7.25
Ruegnitz, Mr. Hamilton) ; Poncheilli: Aria, "Voce Ane'ShoMy1.Teewl ALL NEW RECLINING CH AIRI COACHES I
Gioconda"; (Miss Gilkey); Mozart: Aria, "Voi che be dancing and bridge. Tickets are: LOW FARES EVERYWHERE
zze di Figaro": Irma Kropp): Verdi: Excerpts from on sale at the Bookstores and at the; STATION: BUICK TAXI, 202 1. ANN SRUT942
o",Across from Chamber of Commerce Phone 9504(21TF0k
Charles A. Sink +_____
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rnient in the DO YOUR GLASSES REMAIN FULL
ores must elect -
s who will etHave you ever noticed that your guests leave their
s h'ilbeI yI
ust elect Course ; water glasses full at the end of the meal? Do you suppose
wthey do not like water or is it the taste* of the particular =!,
J. S. beeves drink you are serving? Play safe-obtain complete admin. Rem ember M other
va: A limited E istration from your friends by serving pure Arbor Springs
hers are need- water. With a box of
office f nHill I ARBOR SPRINGS WATER CO. -
om 12:00 to 1:00 416 W. Huron Phone 8270 DELICIOUS
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ers' Day-Sunday May 11 _
Sunday, May 11th
Don't fail to remember Mother on this occasion.
We hBve to offer a great variety of
SUITABLE B O S MOTHERS' DAY We wi wrap and mail them foryu
STATIONERY, GREETING CARDS,
ETC., ETC. SWIFTS DRUG STORE
ARUN IVERSITY (Opposite Law Building)
BOOK STORE

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