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University Pay Rolls: On account of the holiday on May 30, all time
slips covering work on the hourly basis must be in the Business Office
not later than the morning of May 23 to be included in the May 31
pay roll.
Shirley W. Smith, Vice-President and Secretary
The Approved House Lists for SummerSession (undergraduate) and
those for next year (graduate and undergraduate) are now available
in the Office of Advisers of Women.
Alice C. Lloyd ;
School of Education: Registration for Summer Session: Students
now in the School of Education who plan to register for work during
this s immer CPCv i v d nvcran- nn M idinv T r an d nni Wd ePCdR.da

Sixth District Dental Society
of Lansing to Convene
Here Today.
More than fifty dentists will ar-
rive here this morning to attend
the annual Ann Arbor meeting of
the Sixth District Dental Society of
The morning will be spent at the
Dental school reminiscing over pre-
graduate days, and examining the
newer methods of teaching the

tl ului aesson ma uty o so u1n >n razy, uew ay, nu uu~uy, tno ucenwl esre
May 26, 27, and 28.
Registration will take place in the office of the School of Education, at the Michigan League, after
Room 105 Tappan Hall. Hours: 9-12, 2-4. I which the Doctors will play golf on
Elizabeth B. Clark, Recorder the local courses until their de-
. . parture in the evening.
Classification of Students who will be second-ycar Business Admin-pte i e enin
istration students next year has begun and will continue at the same These annual meetings are re-
hours during that week; from 2 to 4.' garded as excellent means of main-

Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd is shown shaking hands with Bloren-
cio Harmodio Arosemena, president of Panama, in front of the presi-
dential palace at Panama City. Admiral Byrd paid a visit to Panama
on his way home from the Antarctic.
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Personal Finance, Business Administration 95: Due to a change this
year in the time at which this course is givan, attention is called to
the fact that it is scheduled for the first semester, MWF at 9, Room
231 A. H. The course which is designed to provide a basis for intelligent
investment of personal savings is open to students in all schools and
colleges '(except Business Administration) who have at least 4th yeaj;
standing in the university. R. G. Rodkey
Freshan 1'ageant: Despite the Freshman Tea, this afternoon, all1
rehearsals for pageant dances will go ahead as scheduled.
Commencement'llonor Guard: Seniors. who have been appointed
to act as Honor Guard and Color Bearers for Commencement are
requested to meet Dr. May at Waterman Gymnasium at 7 p. m. on
Wednesday, May 28. All appointees are urged to be present at this
- L. M. Gram, Chief Marshal.
Students who desire to become affiliated'with a movement to create
an electorate powerful enough to outvote corrupt political forces are
invited to meet me in the offices of the alumni association, Alumni
Memorial Hall, from 11 to 12 mornings and 3 to 5 afternoons this week.
Donald Fuller, '99, Clhairman Advisory Group, C. G. C.
University Lecture: 4:15 p. m., Natural Science Auditorium. Mrs.
Dorothea Waley Singer, of Oxford, England: "Alchemy," (illustrated).
Colonel Henry Miller is giving a lecture on the Paris Gurt in com-,
pliment to the officers of the United States Army who are here with the
Motor Transport Convoy. The faculty and students of the University.
are especially invited to attend, as well as are the public. The lecture
will be illustrated and will begin promptly at 8 o'clock.
Exhibition -of the paintings of a group of Scandinavian-American
Artists, of Charles Hawthorne, and of young American Moderns, and
The Fifty Best Prints of the Year, afternoons, upstairs in Alumni
Memorial Hall daily to May 31.
Upperclass Counselors for September, 1930: There will be a meeting
of the members of the faculty who are to have charge of the special
groups of students transferring from other institutions to the University
next September. This meeting will be held at 5 p. m., 103 Romance
Language Building. Student assistants, as well as faculty counselors, are
expected to attend this meeting. P. E. Bursley
Physics Colloquium:" Mr:. en Kievet will talk on "Fine Structure in
K Series X-Ray Absorption Spectra," at 4:15 in room 1041,-East Physics
The Student Journalist Club'meets at 6 p. m. for supper at the
Women's Le'ague. David J. Wilkie, head of the Associated Press Service
of Michigan, will address the members of the club at 7 o'clock in the
room to be announced on the bulletin board in the League. All students
interested in taking journalism next year are also invited to attend.
Open meeting of the Romance Club, at 4:15 in R. L. Bldg. 103. Prof.
Henri Chamard will talk on L'histoire litteraire et l'esprit scientifique.
The public is cordially invited.
Freshman Women: Rehearsals for pageant will be held as scheduled
today. Do not fail to report.
All Freshman Women are urged to attend the Freshman Pageant
tea to be held this afternoon from 4 to 6 at Palmer Field House.

taining alumni relations with the
university and all of the societies
near Ann Arbor are encouraged to
have an annual meeting here.
On Thursday, May 22, the First
District Dental Society of Detroit1
expects to have more than a hun-
dred present at its meeting here;
the program includes movies and a
talk by Col. Henry H. Miller, Profess
sor of Mechanism in the Erigineer-
ing school.
A group from Lansing will hold1
a meeting in Ann Arbor May 26.
Dynamite Takes Toll
of Six in Rock Quarryj

(ByB AsssccateddPrrsss)
(By Associated Prcss) LOS ANGELES, May 19-Therstsum, and Dr. Chester Stocof the
UNION, W. Va., May 19- Six per- Ly iinstitute early in their explorations
sons-two workmen, a youth, and conclusive proof that man lived on discovered darts from an Atlatl, a
three children-were killed Satur- heAmerican continent 20,000 or weapon that antedates the bow and
thre cilden-erekiled atu- 30,000 years ago was claimed to- wao
day by an explosion of dynamite ; day by Dr. James A. B. Scherer, di- arrow, and the skull of a giant
at 4a rock quarry near here. Six; rector of Southwest museum. ground sloth. The work since that
cases of dynamite in a blacksmith Ashes of a campfire under pleis- f time has been directed toward dis-
shop used for road construction togene rock, discovered by a field covery of some evidence that man
work on the Seneca trail exploded. party led by Dr. Mark R. Harring- preceded the sloth in the cave.
The two workmen, Paul. Shires ton, 21 miles from Las Vegas, Nev., Dr. Harrington, in reporting the
of Union, and Oscar Johnson, Jack were cited by Mr. Scherer in sup- discovery by telegram to Dr. Scher-
Mills, were in the shop. Their bod- port of his assertion. en, said:
ies were blown into fragments. The Dr. Scherer described the discov- "Have found in one of gypsum
bodies of three children of Mrs.e ry of the campfire ashes as the 'cave's rooms a campfire of our
Bella Wiseman, a widow living near "most outstanding anthropological sloth hunters, a patch of real char-
the quarry, were found near the find ever made in the United coal under layer of unbroken stra-
building. A son of Frank Weile States." The Southwest. museum, ta (of the pleistocene era) in the
of Salt Sulphur Springs, who was in conjunction with. the California topmost of which are found bas-
employed as a waterboy in the road institute of Technology, has been ketmaker and early pueblo arti-
construction, was the other vie- exploring the cave since last March, facts. This find established assoc-
tim. Dr. Harrington, curator of the mu- iation of man and sloth beyond
__--- I question. Will leave in position for
Thursday evening at 6 o'clock, at the Union, third floor. The only Dr. Stock of institute to see."
charge will be an entertainment tax of 35 cents, payable at the door. "Until recently," Dr. Scherer said.
Every senior should be present. "it was believed that man was a
lat9 corner to North America, but
Research Club will meet Wednesday, May 21, at 8 p. m., in Room Dr': Harrington now has proved
2528 East Medical\Building. The following papers will be presented: conclusively that men of high in-
Professor D. H. Parker, "Elementary Analysis of Aesthetic Experience," telligence lived here twenty and
and Professor J. R. Hayden, "Co-operation under the Jones Law; A perhaps thirty thousand or more
Phrase in the Development of Philippine Political Institutions." years ago instead of less than 10,-
There will be a meeting of the Council at 4:30 p. m. in Room 3012 000 years, as formerly believed.
Angell Hall. "It now appears that America
was discovered originally by wanda
Intramural Archery for Womeo: A Columbia Round will be shot on ering groups of Mongloids and that
Palmer Field on Wednesday, May 21. The targets will be up and may these first men to come here came
be used for practice all day Saturday and Tuesday and Sunday after- rom eastern Asia by way of the
noon between 2 and 6 p. m. Bering sea."
Bows and arrows may be secured from the matron at the Women's ; Reading the history of man on
Athletic Building. ( this continent from the rocks, Dr.
Scherer said that men of great
Play Production presents bill of three one-act plays by student # skill and intelligence, both of which
directors on Wednesday evening at 8:30 in U. Hall Auditorium. Patrons are necessary to construct and use
cordially invited. the Atlatl, lived in the cave before
Ithe.sloth invaded the region. The
Resident members of Phi Kappa Phi are invited to attend the ilintia- sloth ousted them, and made his
tion banquet to be held at the Michigan Union on May 21. Those home there until a landslide down
interested are requested to inform the secretary, Professor R. S. Swm the craggy mountains that then
ton, 302 Engineering Annex, extension phone, 649. were present where the Colorado
river now flows, blocked the door,
Freshman Girls' Glee Club: There will be an important rehearsal locking him in.
immediately before the University Club tea, Sunday, May 25, the time
to be announced later. All members must be present. Capone May Face Trial
Theta Sigma Phi will hold an important busines mcethig at 4:30 for Tax Law Violat ion
Wednesday in the League building.
(By Assocated Press)
Alpha Kappa Delta: Trip to Flint: Cars will leave the Economics! CHICAGO, May 19-The Herald
Building promptly at 12:30 Wednesday, May 21. Women planning to go and Examiner says the federal gov-
should arrange for late permission, as some necessary changes in the ernment has completed for presen-
program make it probable that we shall not be back in Ann Arbor ; tation to the grand jury evidence by
until 11:30. which it hopes to indict Al CaponeE
Tn ._for income tax law violation.
Negro-Caucasian Club will meet in the auditorium of Lane Hall Conviction carries a maximum
Wednesday, May 21, at 8 p. m. Attorney Larry Davidow of Detroit will of 10 years imprisonment and a
speak on "Problems of Racial and International Relations." All mem- $10,000 fine. Capone's brother,
bers and students interested in the work of this organization are invited Ralph, was convicted recently on
to be present. the same charge.

Alpha Nu: The last meeting of the year will be held at 7:30 p.
The new officers will be installed and committee appointments will
announced for next semester. There will be Sao open meeting.


Adelphi House of Representatives: Election of officers at 7:30 p. M.
Final arrangements for the banquet will be made.{
Christian Science Organization meets in the Chapel of the Michigan
League Building at 8 p. in.
Chi Gamma Phi meets at 3:15 p. m. in the Geography Seminar
Bookshelf and Stage Section of the Faculty Women's Club meets[
at 2:4, with Mrs. W. W. Sleator, 2503 Geddes. Mrs. G. W. Fox is
assistant -hostess. .
Hillel Foundation: Rabbi Philip Jaffe will give a lecture recital of
Jewish music including folk-songs and synagogue music at the Hillell
Foundation, 615 East University, at 7:30 p. m. Open to the public.
Freshman Pageant: Morris Dancers will meet at 5 o'clock at Bar-
bour Gymnasium today instead of at the Field House.
Freshman Pageant: Gypsy dance group will practice at 4 and 5
o'clock in Barbour Gymnasium today instead of Palmer Field.
Varsity Band: Rehearsal at 7:15 at Morris Hall.
Honor Students in English: Final oral examinations will begin on
Saturday, IVfay 31, and will be followed in the latter part of the week
by written examinations. The schedule will be placed on the bulletin
board of the Department. Thesis must be handed in on or before June
10. O. J. Campbell
Seniors, School of Education: The annual class banquet will be held

nounced by the Graduate School of:
Yale University that for the year
1930-1931 179 fellowships and
scholarships amounting to overF
$130,000 and representing income
from gifts of over $2,000,000 for
this purpose will be awarded.
Thirty-five of the awards are for
advanced research and have been
made to students who have received
the Ph.D. degree. The recipients in-
clude eleven foreign students.

... Not far ahead
.. your gradua-
tion. . . just a few
weeks left... now
is the best time to
have your cap and

TAR BOOKS". . . 1-* each
Six Interesting Titles Just Adcjed
Matthew Johnson ....... . .. Zola and His Time
Joan Lowell......... ... ... Cradle of the Deep
Herbert Asbury ..........y........ The Gangs of New York
Lowell Thomas ............. . ............ Raiders of the Deep

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