SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1931
MAHATMA GANDHI, VICEROY IRWIN COME TO TERMS;I
DISOBEDIENCE CAMPAIGN BELIEVED TO HAVE ENDED
E INET L AWYE S What's Going On
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Leading Article Discusses Bank
Failures During Last
Leading the list of articles in the
Michigan Law Review for March,
Prof. George Gleason Bogert, from
the Law school of the University of
Chicago, writes concerning the leg-
al aspects and settlements in con-
nection with the failure of banksI
unrdr te tie- Failed Banks- Col- s
Lydia Mendelssohn-Sir P h il i p
Ben Greet and his Englishtplayers
present "T w elf th Night," 2:15
fo'clock; "Macbeth," 8:15 o'clock.
Majestic-Helen Twelvetrees in
Michigan--Clara Bo w in "No
Limit," with Norman Foster and
T ertli-Raoul Walsh's "The Big
Daring-Michigan League, 9 to
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'GLUST LIST NAMED
Prominent State Figures invited
to Detroit Banquet, March 13,
to Honor Ruthven.
Guests of honor at the banquet
and reception which will be held
Friday, March 13, at the Book Cad-
illac hotel by the University of
Michigan club of Detroit in honor
of President Alexander G. Ruthven
and Mrs. Ruthven, were announced
! .nci®re= z tzt f-lo rrz mif n
*, . k 1:CK. Union, 9 to 1 2 O 'ClCk; yesterday y lie commi tee.
lection Items, and Trust Prefer- Masonic temple. They are Rev. John R. McNichols,
ences." president of the University of De-
Approximately 1,200 banks failed Interclass Schedule troit; Frank W. Murphy, mayor of
in the United States during the Announced by Union Detroit; Edwad S. Evans, president
Iyear 1930, he points out, and each--
of these o nseveal o . of the board of commerce, and Mrs.
tion problems. In this article, Pro- F lesrmen interested playing Evans; Paul W. Voorhies, attorney
fessor Bogert reviews some of the at the Union for a tournament with general o, Michigan, and Mrs. Voor-
major decisions and statutes in picked sophomore teams, to start hies; Regent James 0. Murfin and
this connection.-, next week, it was announced yes- Mrs. Murfii.
Under the title "Malpractice Ac- terday. A meeting of all prospec- James K. Watkins, commissioner
tions a n d Compensation Acts," tive contestants has been sched- of police, and Mrs. Watkins; Dr.
Prof. Paul A. Leidy, of the Law tiled at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday night Donald W. Hedrick and Mrs. Hed-
s Ischool, explains some of the princi- in room 302 of the Union where rick; Dexter M. Ferry, Jr., presi-
/ pal problems in connection with teams will be divided, and final dent of the Ferry-Morse Seed com-
the workmen's compensation laws' plans made for the interclass con- pany, and Mrs. Ferry; Dr. G. Carl
and some of the peculair questions tests. Although the Uion is mak- Huber, national president of the
which have arisen under them. ling the arrangements, the contests University of Michigan Alumni as-
A review of the new Michigan will be held in the Intramural sociation, and Mrs. Huber; E. J.
Icourt rules, revised and drawn up building nd officials of the in- Ottaway, past president of the
under the direction of the Lcgal tramural department will assist in Alum association, and Mrs. Otta-
Associatedl ress Photo Research institute, is written by making the schedules. way, and Mason P. Rumney, past
An agreement that Indians have the right to make salt and an accord on points that have menaced Prof. Edson R. Sunderland, direc- Play in the Union bridge tourna- president of the Alumni association,
the fruits of the London Round Table conference have been reached between Mahatma Gandhi (left), the tor of the institute. ment has begun, 158 entries hav- and Mrs. Rumney.
Indian nationalist leader, and Viceroy Irwin (below center). Madeline Slade, British-born convert of In the book review section are ing been registered. Final rounds The list of speakers will include
Gandhi, accompanied him to the meeting which ended in the civil disobedience campaign being brought included short reviews of several in the series are expected to be fin- Frank Cody, presiding officer; Re-
to a close. Natives are shown above making salt from sea water of the recent books in the field of ished by April 1. Registration fcr gent R. Perry Shorts, banker and
to a cs Nv a s n o mi- law. Among these are "Laws of straight-rail, three-cushion b il1- orator; Charles F. Kettering, scin-
i , Ila.tyAmonG teserge "Laws of I lards, ping png, and the 10-mile tit and humorist; and Presiden
'AL CAPONE'S GANG' PERFORM AERIAL New Etching Methods Knsasity" baGedorgeh A obliand o will contin n tur uthven.
SOMERSAULTS-BUT THEY'RE FISH Discussed by Valerio Its Government," by 'Pruf. Felix ~
_--- __ ----Frankfurter, of Yale university.
Sunfish Forget Chicago Home, tail-chewing, tag-it, and war. The New methods of aqua-tint etch- In addition, there are the regular LAST «'"- Continuous
Sufs orgPesshiao Hor e alchedwson, aftertheid r.merso yAb.Vlro nsrcontearve o oeo h eeti-* OA et :0 1
Warfare, and do Tricks height of their playfulness was ings and dry-points were discussed student notes and comments and TIMES Shows
Sreached soon after their immersio by A. M. Valerio, instructor the a review of some of the recent im- TODAY 130100
for Professor in Arm Arbor water. Mrs. Hubbs art school, at a meeting .of the portant decisions and their m(-,an-
walked into the experimental room
Have you ever seen fish jump one day to see how her Chicago
in the air? They do aerial turns at pets were developing, when she saw
the University museum. . . . not peaceful tails swimming
Dr. Carl Hubbs, professor of zool- through the water, but the corpse
ogy and curator of the division of of an offspring from the union of
fishes, recently received several a common sunfish and a greenfish,
species of hybrid sunfish from the lying on the museum floor. She
Shedd aquarium in Chicago. Re- looked around, . . . to spy other
membering the turmoil of the city members of the band, descendants
streets, and the experimental jail of common sunfish, trying to hide
sentences of Chicago's most famous behind little stones, and in their
citizen, he named the swimmers "Al own shadows in the tank. The
Capone's gang," and put them in a commoners had won a victory over
water tank, evidently expecting royalty, who had vainly fled for his
that away from their home city, life into the air, and an inglorious
the creatures would be dignified albeit unusual death.
enough to forget their warfare. Dr. Hubbs forthwith created three
The martial temperaments of the divisions in the tank by placing
pisces soon asserted themselves, wire mesh dividers into the water.
however, for the ganv3ters began to Thenceforward the Illinois sunfish
indulge in friendly little bouts of have been obedient subjects.
Studio Art club Thursday night in
the Tower room of the architectur-
Valerio has succeeded in develop-
ing several new ways of obtaining
aqua-tint effects with his experi-
ments of the last year and has used
them to great advantage in his
work. At the meeting, he first des-
cribed his methods and then made
a dry-point to illustrate the pre-
A few of the novel methods which
Valerio uses include the usage of
alcohol to check the acid used in
the preparation of the plate and
the use of an ordinary pencil to
obtain broad lines.
Condition of Paincare
Disquieting to Friends
(B : Assoc ia; calPress)
PARIS, March 6.--The slow prog-
ress of Raymond Poincare, French
statesman, toward complcete recov-
cry from his illness of last fall and
this winter is disquieting to his
Dr. Boidin continues to visit his
patient regularly. It was denied to-
day, however, that the former pres-
ident was any worse or had under-
gone a serious crisis Thursday. 1
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