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FTZIDAY, MAY 30, 1930

Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members j ST. ANDREWS, Scotland, May 29
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi- I'HI [ST' Il EU EE ;I-In a grim 18-hole all-American
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday) ;golf battle between the open and
Deets Pickett Relates Activities amateur champions of the United
VOL. XL. FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1930 N. 174 of Methodist Board before States,Bobby Jones this afternoon
___________ofMethodist___Boardbefore -I succeeded in beating off a --re at
To All Students Having Library Books: Senate Committee. rally by Jimmy Johnston to win aty
1. Students having in their possession books drawn from the Uni- -,-the last hole and remain in the
versity Library. are notified that such books are due Monday, June 2, CITES DONOVAN CASE hunt for the British championship.
before the impending examinations. Jones halved the home hole to win
2. Students who have special need for certain books betvieen June (Aoied Pr from Johnston one up.
2 and June 7 may retain such books for that period by applying to the WASHINGTON, May 29.-Attor- = George Voight, wno like Joses,
Superintendent of Circulation on or before June 2. w-General William D Mitchell wn two rmatcrnes today, is the only
3. The names of all students who have not cleared their records at lneyother Walker Cup player from the;
the Library by Saturday, June 7, will be sent to the Recorder's Office i was termed "by far the dryes at- United States to enter the L t eight
where their semester's credits will be held up until such time as said o Y-general we have ever had," of the 270 player. ._, started on
records are cleared, in compliance with the regulations of the Regents. by Deets Pickett, research secre- lvlonuay.
IVmn. W. Bishop, Librarian tary of the Methodist Board of George Von Elm and Francis Oui-
Temperance, Prohibition and Pub- meore Von n tac Oni-
met were beaten in the morning
NOTICES lic Morals before the Senate lobby play. Von Elm in an upset which
All Juniors Preparing to Teach: Next year comprehensive examina- committee Wednesday. . was one of the sensations of the
tions are to be required before students are'adnitted to course Education Pickett denied the board tried to day. The Honorable Michael Scott,
D100 (Directed Teaching). Examinations for this purpose will be held raise a religious issue in the 1928 52 year old player, member of the
on Saturday morning, May 31, from 9 to 12 o'clock in the University anti-Smith campaign and also famous Northumberland golfing
High School Auditorium. Students who expect to do directed teaching asserted that all of the speeches ramy, got ahead of the former
next year in French, Latin, Mathematics, Science or the Social Studies made then by Dr. Clarence True American champion and was never
should take this examination at this itime. The only other opportuity Wilson, secretary of the organiza- caught although the Detroiter chas-
to do so will be the Saturday .of Freshnim Week in September. tion, were in Methodist Churches. ed nn to the 20th hole. Ouimet
C. O. Davis, Secretary He also told the committee of was a victim of a sturdier foe, Les-
the board's card-index of all mem- ter Bartley, who won another
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information, bers of Congress, listing their re- I match in the afternoon and re-
201 Mason Hall: The Detroit Board of Education is giving examinations ligion, wet or dry record, but not mains in the running.
for clerks and stenographers on June 20. Women interested should his private drinking habits if any,"
register at this office as soon as possible. his fraternal affiliations and other NOTED GIRL FLIER.
T. Luther Pur~dom connections. This information is
I kept confidential, he said. It is ob- CRACKS UP PLANE
Students, Colleges of Engineering, and Architecture: All students in Itained from the members them-'
these Colleges, taking courses other than Chemistry and Physics in the selves. 1
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, who have not caled at the Pickett was excused at the end Amy Johnson Escapes Unhurt
Secretary's Office, 203 West Engineering Building, to give the names of ; of his second day of testimony and in Australian Mishap.
their instructors in such courses must do so before 4 o'clock on Wednes- $the committee adjourned until
day, June 4, in order to receive their grades promptly at the close of the next Wednesday when Bishop (By Associated Press)
semester. Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary 'James Cannon, Jr., of the Metho- BRISBANE, Queenland, May 29..
dist Church, South, is scheduled to Miss Amy Johnson, who flew from
Final Examination Speech 31 and 32: Speech 31 final examination CappearchEngland to Australia without a
will be held in Room 25, Angell Hall, Wednesday afternoon, June 11, from . mishap of consequence, cracked up
2 to 5 p. in.; Senator John J. Blaine. (Rep.), e ln tEgeFr eorm
2 to p. . .j Wisconsin, wet, brought out from her plane at Eagle Farm Aerodrome
Speech 32 final examination will be held in Room 103, Romance b ' ie, brumhout from this afternoon while en route from
Language Building, Wednesday afternoon, June 11, from 2 to 5 p. m. the board's files numerous state- Port Darwin, North Australia, to
Wherever the examination schedule in Mathematics conflicts with entsinconnection with recent, w Not ur
poiical hsoy nldn a tt- Sydney. She was not injured.
the examination schedule in Speech, the former shall take precedence. pot history, including a state- The plane, carried by cross winds
Students who for this reason are obliged to take amake-up examination ment by Dr questioning the over the edge of the aerodrome, hit
in Speech 31 or 32, shall meet in Room 4202 Angell Hall, Tuesday after- advisability of sponsoring William a fence and turned turtle. Miss
n'on, June 3, to arrange a suitable hour for the examination. JDoon be AttorneyGenr Johnson, who is 23 years old, was
G. E. Densmore !a, because he was "connected with thrown clear of the machine but
_ the Catholic Church which has notbeyond a shaking up was not hurt.
Geology 31: Any student who has missed any of the laboratory been notorious in support of prohi- The.propellor snapped off and
examinations will be given an opportunity to make this work up at 5 bition." both wings crumpled, but the un-
'_________ both wig crmld-u h n

President Will Give
Memorial Day Talk



on Old Battlefield

({ly Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, May 29.-Presi-
dent Hoover will go to Gettysburg3
tomorrow to speoak at a Memorial
Day gathering on the Civil War
battleground, where Abraham Lin-
coln delivered his famous address.>
The President will motor to the
battlefield. He will have luncheonj
probably at the Maryland fishing.
lodge of Lawrence Richey. his ex-;
at the battlefield in ample time for
his 2:30 p. m. appearance.
The tariff situation has pre-.
vented Mr. Hoover from making:
definite plans for the week-end. He
'sad intended to motor further into
?ennsylvania to the fishing pre-
serve of Jay Cooke of Philadelphia,
Trandson of the famous financier.
But he is keeping closely in touch
w1th the Tariff Bill conference, andy
f the conferees have not patched
up th e flexible revision clause to his
satisfaction he probably will return ; Asnocia ed Press Photo
to Washington after the speech to I Charles Bowles,
watch or guide developments. I Mayor of Detroit, whose recall is
NOTICE.I|being sought by circulation of peti-
[__tions following the controversy
Lost: A valuable silver and that arose after the action of
amethyst bracelet in League Bowles in ordering the removal of
building Thursday night. Return polce commissioner Harold Em-
to L. R. office. Reward. ponsr

Was Intending to Fly to Funeral
of Glider Pilot Friend Who
Was Killed Saturday.
(By Associated Press)
MONROE, Mich., May 29.-John
Mayer, Detroit flier, died in Monroc
Hospital at 3 a. m. today of injuries
received Wednesday morning when
an automobile conta'ning five men
on the way to attend a funeral in
New Bedford, O., skidded into the
ditch on Telegraph road, north of
here. Mayer's skull was fractured.
The five in the party were plane
pilots and friends of Joseph A.
Petro, killed in a glider accident at
Gratiot Airport, Detroit, last Satur'-
day. They had intended to fly to
New Bedford for Petro's funeral
but because of the rain decided it
would be safer to go by auto.


owom , In Room S 1. o.
EVENTS TODAY ? Canadian Discovers
Varsity Band: Formation at Morris Hall at 9:30 a. m. Full uniform
and folios. Decoration Day parade with ROTC. S
Summer Employment: Mr. V. C. Seger, of the 'Times Sales Company, Artificial silk can now be made
of Chicago, will be in RoOm 306 Michigan Union, from 1 to 5 p. in., to from water and carbon dioxide,
interview men who are interested in summer employment. delegates to the annual Canadian
COMING EVENTS . Chemical Convention were told
Geology 2 and 31: The trip to Put-in-Bay on Sunday will be con- by Dr. Harold Hibbert, professor of
ducted by Prof. Win. H. Hobbs. The party will meet at the east entrancen
of the Natural Science Building at 7 a. m. sharp to be driven by special industrial and cellulose chemistry
buses to the Detroit dock. There will be a three-hour boat ride each at McGill University.
way and four 'hours will be spent on the island. The buses will meet The discovery was termed one of
the boat to bring the party back to Ann Arbor reaching here about the most important in the field of
10 p. m. The total cost should not exceed $5.00 per person. chemical research work and opens
I. D. Scott ceia eerhwr n pn
up a wide field, as now artificial
CURAOR F MUEUMFISHDIVSIO silk, cotton, and paper can be made
SUMMARIZES SCIENTISTS' MEETING without the use of the cotton plant
SUMMARIZES________________or__the spruce tree.I
Dr. Hibbert's work in connection
Leads in Discussion on Flying I known as the herocypselus, was with the discovery was the find-
Fish, Comparing Them to likened to Colonel Lindbergh's fa- ing of a method for making cellu-
Li dbeprg Paefamous monoplane, the Lockheed lose from sugar. His paper dealt
Sirius. "The herocypselus type of 1 with the biological synthesis of
fish have but two wings and a polysaccharides. In it he explain-
stream-lined body built with a ed a method by which the sugar
fishes of the University museum of evident view toward speed," Breder from plant life could be convert-
zoology, informally summarized told the meeting. "These may be ed into cellulose. Cellulose is the
yesterday afternoon in the seminar compared directly with correspond- principal constituent of wood and
yerd af ternuseumtheuseinatheIing fuselage types of modern air- paper, from which artificial silk is
room of the museums building themade,
wt annui metini of the Amer- .planes." made.

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