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"THE MICHICAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1930

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DAILY OFICIA BULLETIN

POLICE, SOLDIERS COMBINE IN GUARDING STREET
TO PREVENT CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE IN INDIAN
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NOTICES
University Lecture: Professor George Babcock Cressey, recently!
Professor of Geology in Shanghai College, Shanghai, China, will lecture
on the subject "Nature's Gifts to China," Thursday, May 29, at 8 p. m.,
in Natural Science Auditorium. The lecture will be illustrated. The
public is cordially invited. P. E. Robbins
Notice! To All Those Expecting to Receive Degrees in June! TODAY!
is the last day for the payment of diploma and certificate fees. Absolute-
ly no payments received after 4 p. in., today, at which hour the Treas-
urer's Office closes for the day.
Shirley W, Smith, Vice-President and Secretary
Automobile egudation: The aLutomobil regulation will not be lifted,
for Decoration day, May 30, 1930.
The automobile regulation will be lifted on Sunday morning, June
15 at 8 a. m. and will be resumed on Monday morning, June 30, at 8
a. m., the opening day of the .1930 Summer Session.
W. B. Rea, Assistant to the Dean of Students

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Faculty, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture: There will be a;
meeting of the Faculty of these Colleges today, at 4:15 p. m., in RoomI
348, West Engineering Building. After rouline business, we shall devoteI
a few moments to remembrance of Dean Patterson.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary
Department of Mathematics Meeting: There will be a brief meeting
of the entire faculty of this departfn nt at '1:30 p. m., today, in Room
3011 Angell Hall. James W. Glover
School of Education: Registration for Stanmer Session: Students
now in, the School o f Education who plan to register for work this
summer session may do so today.
Registration will take place in the office of the School of Education,
Room 105 Tappan Hall. Hours: 9-12. 2.5.
Elizabeth B. Clark, Recorder
All Juniors Preparing to Teach: Next year comprehensive examina-
tons are to be required before students are admitted to course Education
D100 (Directed Teaching). Examinations for this purpose will be held
on Saturday morning, May 31, from 9 to 12 o'clock in the University
High School Auditorium. Students who expect to do directed teaching
next year in French, Latin, Mathematics, Science or the Social Studies
should take this examination at this time. The only other opportunity
to do so will be the Saturday of Freshman Week in September.
C. O. Davis, Secretary
Students in Journalism 108 (Magazine Writing) Between now andI
Saturday, June 7, I shall have available for consultation as follows:
Room 312 W. Medical Building, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 11-12
a. m., and 3-4 p. m. Tuesday and Thursday, Room 1047 E. Engineering
Building, 10-12 a. m. Donal Hamilton Haines
EVENTS TODAY
Sociology 201: The final seminar of the year will be held at 7 p. M.4
sharp. Please make every effort to be present as this case is the
first in the family field to be presented. Alice W. Remer
Senior and Junior Electrical Engineers: The Detroit Edison Com-
pany, represented by Mr. Gordon S. Heylin, will interview seniors inter-
ested in sales work and juniors interested in summer employment, in
Room 271 from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Make appointments in Room 274.
Student Council meets in the Student Office at 7:30. Both old mem-
bers and newly elected members are expected to be present.f
Commencement Honor Guard: Seniors who have been appointed
to act as Honor Guard and Color Bearers for Commencement are re-
quested to meet Dr. May at Waterman Gymnasium at 7 p. m. All
appointees are urged to be present at this meeting.
The New Testament Oratorical 'Contest for 1930-1931: Mr. Hollister
will be in room 302 Mason Hall at 5 p. m., to meet students interested
in the New Testament Oratorical Contest established by Mr. Thomas
E. H. Black. All students who wish to enter this contest next year
are invited to attend this meeting.
1Mathematical Club: Tea will be served to mathematicians beginning
at 3:30 p. m., in Room 3201 Angell Hall..
Forestry Club Meeting at 7:30 p. m. Professor Allen will speak on
"Industrial Forestry."
Giris' Glee Club meets at 5 p. m. in the League. Election of officers
will be held.
Varsity Glee Club: Buses for Detroit will leave the Union at 4:30
p. m. Full Dress with ribbon to be worn.,
Michigan Dames Annual Picnic: All members and their husbands
are invited. All those attending please meet in front of Hill Auditor-
ium between 5:15 and 5:45 p. m.
All Senior Women are requested to wear caps and gowns on the
campus today, as usual.
COMING EVENTS

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Another step was taken by the British government in quelling possible outbreaks arising from the cam-;
paign of civil disobedience to British rule. Police and soldiers are shown guarding a street in Madras,
India. Passive as well as active resistance is still being directed toward the government by the followers
of the Indian leader, Gandhi, who is being held withmany of his assistants by British officials.
ITI1[AIPU-f fl FAMOUS PEOPLE OF ENTIRE WORLD
WRITE IN GUEST BOOK OF MUSEUM
r190 H r r r Nappe' and Josie' Bonaparte March 2 bears the signature of
Among Noted Visitors Purdue athletes.
--of University. Edgar Allen Poe, giving his resi-
Choice Made of Student Group -r dencte as "The Rue Morgue," and
Officers, Chairmen for Interesting lessons ingeography, John Paul Jones are also to be
Various States. chirography, and cryptography ar ound in the register. One of the
afforded, by a perusal of the I most unusual names appearing in
Donald Fuller, '99, of Detroit, yes- have been there" book at the Uni- the book is that of Blondena De-
terday announced the following as versity Muesum, in which book vis- Mike of Ypsilanti.
additional members of the Advis- itors are requested to write their Regarding addresses, besides vir-
ory Grom Avi rnames and addresses. tually all the states and provinces
ory Group of the Campaignfor aneanatidnrefsshes.nrisof Canada, many foreign countries
Good Citizenship: Prof. J. R. Hay-m An examination of the entriesare represented. Those that are
den of the political science depart- ril 1930 reveals that Greta Garbo found most often are India, Portoi
i rl, 93, rvels hatGrta aro ;Ilieo, Mexico, England, Norway,
ment, Prof. J. L. Brumm of the and Joan Crawford of Hollywood ,
and China.. Australia, Spain and
journalism department, Prof. B. M. Mich., Count Von Elm of Germany, te Fiji Islands are also represent-
Donaldson of the fine arts depart-- Princess December of England,;:e I
DoGeorge Washington of Mount Ver- -
ment, Dr. W. W. Bishop of the Uni- (
non, and Henry Ford, of Windsor,
versity library, Randolph G. Adams, Canada, have honored the Museum Driver Uncoupies Cars
of the Clements library, Edith by their presence. When Train Is in Way
Thomas of the library extension': On Dec. 14, "Nappe" Bonaparte
service, and M. W. Wheeler, local of Ann Arbor, France, visited the (D Associated Press)
business man. Mr. Fuller request- building and on Feb. 16, this time WEST NEW YORK, N. J., May 27.
buinessac mn.er. Fullerg requet-accompanied by "Josey," he again --Ludwig Lanther of West New
ed faculty members wishing to Jjinpaid his respects to the house of York, impatient because a 124-car
the group to consult with Prof. J. many wonders. freight train refused to move off a
H. Muyskens of the speech depart- In addition to the numerous fic- crossing on the Bergen turnpike,
ment. ti1ious signatures that are scatter- saw a chance to save a little time.
The following officers for the ed through the first hundred pages; He uncoupled two of the cars.
Michigan student group were an- of the register, there are certain When the train started he drove:
nounced: chairman, Arthur George genuine inscriptions of more or less through.
Kuenzel, '30; vice-chairmen: E. R. prominent cognomens, among The train immediately backed
Gomberg, '32L; J. M. Brumm, '31; which is that of C. C. Little, former up, closed the gap, and -kept other
Martin Mol, '29; A. G. Reeves, '31; president of the University. Sig- motorists waiting an hour and a
Kendal Wood and Harold Peters of natures of university professors, half.
the University High school; H. W. athletes, B. M. O. C.'s and promin- Lanther was haled into court and
Bell, Jr., '31; A. W. Decker, '31; P. ent lecturers that have appeared held in $500 bond on a charge of
A. Kunkle, '31; F. E. Legg, Jr., '32; here are also to be found by a violating a law which forbids in-
H. H.,Emmons, Jr., '33; R. G. Bunge, careful gleaning of the pages. terfering with freight trains.
'31; H. K. Brask, '33; H. C. Harris, On Jan. 15, Bethelene Hillock of But Lanther wants to know
'32; B. G. Wright, '30; C. H. Beuke- iJedds, Mich., requested readers to about the law in Jersey that no
ma, '31BA; C. D. Breitel, '32L; and "please write," while on the same 1 train can block a highway more
L. C. Hoey, '31E. day, Elva Smith of Bronson, Mich., than five minutes.
The following members of the commanded "don't write." --
national recruiting group were cho- 1 Chinese writing by students of OHIO STATE-The home econo- )
sen chairmen for their respective Waseda university of TokyQ, Japan, mics students here are studying
states: Raymond Richards, '30, ]is to be found among the entries of the effect of laundering on the
Ohio; Fred Masters, Virginia; H. H. Feb. 10, while the page dated washing of silks.
Emmons, Jr., '33, Michigan; G. L. --
Fuller, '22, Minnesota; William Sal-
zarulo, Indiana; George Kalif of.
the philosophy department, Massa-
chusetts;W.O. .Wheeler, '30, Wis-FI
consin; 0. R. Simon, '32L, Penn-!,_FEC N
sylvania; J. W. Stein, '30, Tenne-1f
ssee; H. W. Bell, Jr., '31, Missouri; ',,nCv
A. K. Simon, 32L, New York; and Residences
Imanuel Cohen, '32D, New Jersey. .~lL~

Costly Gems Found
in Hotel Following
Capture of Thieves
{R'}'A ssociazted Press)
NEW YORK, May 27.-Jewels Senate Lobby Committee Hears
valued at $300,000 were in posses- Discussion of Methodist
sion of police today as the result Board Official.
of a raid on a room in Rotel Com-
modore in which a woman and P I C K E T T GIVES VIEWS
four men were arrested. Brooches,
bracelets and rings set with dia- (BY Associat1d Press)
monds, rubies and other gems were WASHINGTON, May 27.-The
seized. iinterest of the Methodist Board-.of
Police Commissioner Mulrooney Temperance in "moral problenS"
said he considered the prisoners to dh
be members of an internationalewas detailed to the Senate Lobe
gang of jewel thieves and the gems Committee today by Deets Picketk,
mast of $1.000,000 wceth of loot ithe board's research secretary.
which they have taken in the last Senator Thaddeus H. Caraway
few months.S
Lieutenant of Detectives Richard asked Pickett whether it concerned
Oliver and Detective Daniel R. itself "with any problems before
Ryan, who had been trailing one of Congress."
the suspects for nine weeks, smash- "If it pertains to moral prob-
ed the locked door of the hotel leuis," he replied, saying his orgau.-
room Monday and found the five ization was interested in prohibi--
sitting about a table on which the tion and gambling.
jewelry was soread out. The mos; "Gambling in stocks?" inquired
valuable of the 26 pieces was a Caraway.
ring set with an oblong diamond of "I don't know much about that,
17 carats valued at $40,000. it might be a good thing if we did."
As the detectives entered, cover- Pickett said the annual receipt;
ing the gang with their pistols, one of the board averaged approxi-
of the men made a motion as mately $135,000.
though throwing something out of Rep. reorgew H. Tinkham ,
the window and the woman stuffed Massachusetts, and Senator Milla
a slip of paper into her mouth and E. Tydings, of Maryland, both wes
s were in the committee room. The
former had, advocated investigac=
Gotham Crowds Thrill Lion of the Methodist board.
at Daring of Gilt Ball BUSINESS MOVIES
( Associated Press) TO BE RUN TODAY
NEW YORK May 27.-If New
Yorkers haven't any current flag- The industrial moving picture
pole sitters to watch; they just! msponsored b theSchool
imagine one and watch that. 1programsby
For three days now thousands of Business Administration whici
have been huddling on corners ad- was to have been held yesterday
jacent to the New York Central afternoon has been postponed until
Railroad 35-story building at Forty- 4 o clock today in Natural Science
fifth street and Park avenue, gazing4
at a huddled blob at the very top auditorium.
of the building's flagpole. The coffee industry in South
Inquiry disclosed that the object America, mass production of tele-
of this rapt regard was nothing phones, the construction of NeW
more startling than an 18-inch gold York's newest subway ,and the
ball which has been right there in minting of coins by the Canalli n
the sight of millions for more than treasury, are subjects of today's
a year without attracting attention, pictures.

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Rhetoric 190 (Drama 1): The class will meet Thursday night (May Installation Banquet of the S. C.
29) at 7*80 this week instead of Wednesday night. It is important that ' A. has been postponed until Wed-
any plays.not yet turned in be turned in today if possible. nesday, June 4.
Kenneth Rowe -
Intramural Building will be open
Geology 31: Any -student who has missed any of- the laboratory I Memorial day from 8 a. Mn. to 6 p.
examinations will be given an opportunity to make this work up on m.1
Thursday, May 29, at 5 o'clock, in Room 3055 N. S.
(_Celebration of the Holy Commun-
Geology 2 and 31: Students planning to take the Put-in-Bay ion (Ascension Day), St. Andrew's
excursion on Sunday, June 1st; must sign up in Room 2051 N. S. before Church, Thursday, 8 a. m.
5 o'clock on Thursday. -The trip will be conducted by Prof.. Win. H.
Hobbs. The party will meet at the '
east entrance of the Natural Sci-
ence Building at 7 o'clock sharp on
Sunday morning to be driven by
special buses to the Detroit' dock.
There will .4be a three-hour boat ]
ride each way' and four hours 'will
be spent. on the island. The 'buses '
will meet the boat tonbring theSpar-.SAUNDERS CANOE LIVERY
ty back to, Ann. Arbor, reaching here i
about 10 o'clock in the evening. The On the Huron River at the Foot of Cedar Street
total cost should not exceed $5.00
per person. -

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Every Night this week at 8:15
Popular Mat. Prices: $1 for Adults, and 75 cents
for Children
MATINEES: WED., THURS.
and SAT. at 3:15
A SENSATIONAL TRIUMPH!
LEN SHAW of the Detroit Free Press says:
"A signal triumph for Miss Anglin-piling sequence on sequence to
the tremendous climax with a force that gripped the audience to the final
curtain. It was an intensely human figure and drew richly deserved
plaudits.
WILLIAM GORMAN in the
Michigan Daily:
"Miss Anglin's performance was a revelation. It is a marvellous style
that %he has perfected and one thinks it is the perfect style for Anti-
gone."
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