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P A G E E G H T T H R S D A Y , M A R CH-- -1 9 3

Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the
President until 3:30, excepting Sundays. - 11:30 a. m. Saturday.



NO. 108


To the Faculty of the University: The next meeting of the com-
mittee of the Senate on University Affairs will be on Monday, March 9,
at 4:15 p. in,, in room 2009 Angell hall. Communications should be
addressed to the Secretary of the Committee, 263 West Engineering
building. Louis A. Hopkins.
Studepts, School of Education: All students enrolled in this school
who did not fill in on their election cards the names of all instructors
are asked to do so immediately. This may be done in the Recorder's
Office, room 1437, Elementary School.
School of Education, Changes of Elections: No courses may be
added after Saturday, March 7. Any change of elections of students
enrolled in this school'must be reported at the Recorder's Office, 1437,
Elementary School. This includes any change of sections or instructors.
Senior Engineers: All those wishing to pay their dues please see E.
E. Walters, C. M. Clark, J. W. Antonides, or C. C. Torell at any time.
Orders for announcements and invitations will be taken about the
middle of March. A definite date will be announced later.
Any Student who, during his first semester in the University had
an average of Half "A" and half "B" and was carrying 12 hours of
work, or anyone who had the same average in 24 hours of work for
the first two semesters, is entitled to initiation into Phi Eta Sigma,
national Honorary Society. If you are interested in being initiated,
please turn your name in to the Secretary of your college.
Old and New Members of Phi Eta Eigma: You are urged to secure
your copy of the Phi Eta Sigma Forum, to which your initiation entitles
you, from the secretary of the Dean of Students in room 2, University
hall. It includes the report of the last convention.
Sophomore Engineers: Entries for the class swimming, track and
relay meets are due. If you are interested please sign your name to
the proper list on the bulletin board in the lobby of West Engineering
building immediately.
Hermeneutics 160: Professor Meader's course in General Linguistics
160, meeting Mondays and Fridays at 10 o'clock, has been transferred
to room 231 Angell hall.
University Lecture: 4:15 p. in., Natural Science auditorium. Dr.
Ralph W. Gerard, of the University of Chicago: "The Activity of Nerve
and Brain." The public is invited.
Zoology Lecture: Dr. Ralph W. Gerard of the University of Chicago
will lecture at 7:30 p. m. "Energy relations in nerve metabolism." Room
2116 Natural Science building.
All Campus Forum: Fred J. Ireland, prominent producer, playwright,
and actor, will speak on "What's Wrong with the Stage," in room D,
Alumni Memorial hall, at 4:15.
Cercle Francais: There will be a meeting of the French Circle at
7:45, in the Circle meeting room. Professor John W. Eaton is to talk
on the Englishman in Eighteenth Century French Literature.
Senior Mechanical Engineers: Mr. W. H. Magruder of the Central
Public Service Corporation of Chicago, will be in room 221 West Engi-
neering building for the purpose of interviewing those men who may
be 'interested in employment with this company upon graduation.
Colloquiun in Applied Mechanics: Dr. Clark, of the Engineering
Research Department, will present a paper entitled "Creep of Metals
at High Temperatures." There will also be a review of periodicals.
Time-7:30 p. in., in room 445, West Engineering building.
The Political Science Journal Club will meet today in 2035 Angell
hall, 3:00-5:00 p. in.
The Engineering Council will meet in the Union at 7:15 p. m. -This
meeting is important and all members should be present.
Fraternities: The judiciary committee of the council will meet this
evening to decide on initiation petitions. All petitions must be in
by 6:00 p. m.
Social Dancing Classes: Advanced class for men and women begins
tonight at 7:30, in the Women's Athletic building. Beginners' classes
start Tuesday, March 10.
Chess and Checkers: Chess and Checker Club will have its second
meeting in room 302 of the Michigan Union this evening at 8:00 o'clock.
Everyone cordially invited. Election of officers.

Upper Members of House Cast
Only 49 Votes in Favor
of Bill.
(I Associated Press>
WASHINGTON, March 4. - The
Norris government operation plan'
for Muscle Shoals was dead legis-
lation today, but it took its place
among issues stored up for future
political battles.
The Senate late last night failedj
to override the veto President,
Hoover had sent it a few hours
earlier. A majority, 49, voted
against the Chief Executive, butI
two-thirds was needed to override.1
The Senate's failure made House
consideration unnecessary.
Although the outcome had been
conceded and some friends of the
bill were not particularly seeking
the showdown, when consideration
was fo-ced they engaged in hours
of debate. During this Mr. Hoover,
was scored for killing the plan, and
the "power trust" was coupled again
with his name.
Democrats Resentful.
Southern Democrats, .to whom
the Shoals point is a lively local is-
sue, said the Chief Executivehad
violated his campaign pledges by
the veto. Others prophesied before
the packed galleries that the issue
would rise full force in the next;
,residential campaign.

Groesbeck Appointed
to Represent Senate
- ,
Assoted I ess lica
Alex J. Groesbeck,
F o r m e r governor of Michigan,
was appointed to the counsel which
will represent the senate in i'ts ap-
proaching court investigation into
the right of chairman Smith of the
power commission to hold his of-
f ice.

Husband's Stolen Expense Check "It's $6 collect," he said.
Prompts Anonymous Shower "Collect?" questioned the puzzled;IP UI0IIII U U N I fill
of Articles. Mrs. Hiles. "My husband would
never send me roses collect. Take . T T c n: Atn"P


( 1) vA: ociatcd Press)
CHICAGO, March 4. -Whoever
said "It's the woman who pays,"
never met Mrs. Buford E. Hiles.
She almost wore herself out Tues-
day 'night not paying for the nice
things that came to her home-
C. 0. D.-during the husband's ab-
sence from the city on a business
Mrs. Miles was reading when the
doorbell rang. A messenger stood
at the door, with a bunch of roses}
in his hand.
P c
C mmittee Will Nominate Ten
of Which Five Will be E
The Community Fund association

them aw ay." irorm er . . .Lns. ricLI oLrney
He did. Scores Flagrant Law
He had no sooner gone, however, : .. Violation.'
than another boy with another box
of roses and a bill for $5 appeared. (By Associated Press)
"Take them away," she ordered. DETROIT, M a r c h 4.-John R.
The second messenger left and Watkins, who resigned as United
was followed by another, who also States district attorney here in De-
carried roses, but Mrs. Hiles knew cnmber, told the Women's Organi-
what to do. zation for National Prohibition Re-
"If they're collect," she said, "you form Tuesday that "we can't go
can rhu yraon'.",yout for flagrant violation of the
can run along." law," and that "the time has come
They were. for a movement to get rid of this
Next came a pair of shoes, size prohibition law."
eight, for which she declined to pay, He charged that the prohibition
followed by a C. O. D. chair, pay- force in Detroit, as well as the cus-
ment for which was likewise re- toms force, was "filled with graft,"
fused. Then Mr. Hiles came home during his term in office, but that
and explained. It seems someone tnnhiinr aaim+rcri


issue challenge on behalf of his yesterday announced the personnel

Mr. Hoover's veto message said
the measure was a square presenta-
tion of the government ownership
issue, and that he stood by his basic
opposition to government in busi-
ness, competing with private en-



Only one Republican regular rose deavor.
to defend the President. Otis Glenn. Remedies for power industry
of linois, praised Mr. Hoover's abases, he insisted again, rested in
'01!rage and welcomed the campaign regulation, and in regulation only
Junior Girls' Play Rehearsals for today: Choruses B and G will re-
hearse at 4 o'clock, and Choruses E and F will practice at 5 o'clock.
Dr. Hartman, noted pathologist of Henry Ford Hospital, will speak
today in the Hospital Amphitheatre at 4:30 p. m., on "Methods and!
Effects of Increasire the Urinary Constituents in the Body." Everybody
Gandhi and Lenin: Dr. C. G. Kulkarni, Hindu scholar, will speak
on this subject tonight at 8:15 in the Natural Science auditorium. The
lecture is given under the auspices of the Round Table Club.
Women's Inter-Class Basketball Teams pictures will be taken at
the Barbour gymnasium today. The Junior and Senior pictures will
be taken at 12:00, and the Sophomore and Freshman pictures at 12:15.
Play Production: "Mrs. Partridge Presents," a three-act comedy, will
be given by students in the Play Production classes, at 8:30 at the
Laboratory theatre. Tickets may be secured by calling in person at the
Laboratory theatre box-office between 2 and 4 o'clock; there is no l
charge for these tickets but they are necessary for admission.
Michiganensian Business Staff: There will be a meeting of the
entire business staff of the Michiganensian this afternoon at 4:15 p. m.
Everyone is expected to be present

of the nominating committee, whichj
wil list the n'mes of the five nomi-
S v who will be selected for the
ioard of directors.
IThe committee is composed 'of
Dr. Dean W. Myers, chairman; Mrs.
0:'to W. Haisley, Miss Sara Whedon,
Pi n. E. C. Goddard, and J. Karl
;i ?cohn.
s om-imittee will nominate 10
11, rsons, five of whom will be named
,y directors by contributors to the
fund. Election results will be made
known Monday. The new directors
v ill be chosen for three years.
Those whose terms expire t h i s
spring are Dr. H. A. Haynes, direc-
tor of University hospital, presi-
dent; Donald C. May, Floyd Ser-
geant, Herman Gross, and V. H.

stole his expense account check
from a mail box, tried to cash it
at various places by making pur-
chases, was refused, and made a
graceful escape each time by say-
"Oh, well, just send this stuff
C. O. D."
Prominent Pathologistj
Will Talkat Hospital
Dr. Hartman of the Henry Ford
hospital will speak at 4:30 o'clock
this afternoon in the University
h o s p i t a l ampitheater on the
"Method and Effects of Increasing
the Urinary Constituents in the1
A pathologist of national repu-
tation, Dr. Hartman has done a
great deal of work in various kid-
ney infections, and his talk should
be well received.
Dr. Hartman is speaking here un-
der the auspices of the Alpha Ome-
ga Alpha, honorary medical society.

ie prohbtioni department reseni
ed all suggestions of an investiga-
tion as attempts to undermine it
and prevent it from functioning.
The customs department heads, he
said, "welcomed an investigation"
when it was shown that "a great
deal of graft" existed in the bor-
der patrol.
Since the prohibition law went
into effect, the former prosecutor
said, "anybody not sponsored by
the drys-I mean the fanatical
drys-found it almost impossible to
become a United States judge."
The prohibition department, he
said, "would ask you to prostitute
your profession as a lawyer and
when you wouldn't go into , court
and ask a judge to believe some-
thing you yourself didn't believe,
then, you were being unfriendly to
the department."
He conceded "the bad effect of
the saloon on the local communi-
ty," but declared "that between the
saloons that were in Ann Arbor at
the time I was in college and the
conditions existing there now, there
can't be any comparison.

Chemistry Teaching Staff: A
meeting of the staff is called for
Friday afternoon, March 6, at 4:15.
Makc-up Final Examination in
Political Science 1 will be given'
Saturday morning, March 7, at 9
o'clock in room 2023 Angell hall
James K. Pollock.
History 40, Section 2, at 10 o'clock
on Friday, will meet as usual in
1020 A. H., for the remainder of
the semester. Herbert Mekeel.
Wyvern will meet in the Russian
Tea room Saturday, at 9:15.
University Club: Club night Fri-
day. Mr. Ernest Lloyd on Racing
Yachts. The Burgess slides will be
Sociology 141 (Criminology): The
make-up for the final examination
in this course will be given Tues-
day, March 10, at 3 o'clock, in room
102 Economics.

Spring Suits $30
Extra Trousers $7
1319 South University
& Company, Inc.
Orders executed on all ex.
changes. Accounts carried
on conservative margin.
Telephone 23271

Theosophy: Mrs. Consuelo de Aldagv
in the Women's League today, to-
morrow and Friday, at 8 p. m. ...:
Thursday-The Ancient Wisdom, a'
Key to Life. Friday-Special Cre-
ation or Evolution by Rebirth. Sat-
urday-Towards Fulfilment.

will give three public lectures


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MARCH 10th
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