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kHT THE M I C HI G A N DAILY SATURDAY, MARCH

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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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.

VOL. XLL

SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1931

NO. 122

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NOTICES
Committee of the Senate on University Affairs: The next meeting
of the Committee of the Senate on University Affairs will be on Monday,
March 23, at 4:15 p. in., in room 2009 Angell hall.
Louis A. Hopkins, secretary.
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
The Bureau wishes to call attention to the announcements of the U.
S. Civil Service Examinations for the following positions:
Head Biologist, Pacific Coast Trout Investigations (Ph. D. or Sc. D.
required), $6,500; Assistant Chemist (Coal Carbonization), $2,600; Junior
Engineer and Deck Officer (U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey), $2,000;
Heal of Home Exonomics, Senior High School, Indian Field Service,
$2,900; Senior Marketing Soe.ciahist (Grain Futures), $4,600 to $5,400;
Junior Microanalyst, $2,000 to $2,600; E e rt in Social Service Admin-
istration, $3,200 to $3,800; Treasury R-1presentative (Customs Foreign
Service), $3,200.
For further information regarding thcse positions, please call at
the Bureau of Appointments, 21 Mason hall.

Continental Fliers SOVIETS WORK ON
Guided Across LandMENNONII FLE AS GRAF'S VISIT
by 21 New Beacons ITO S P SIU SInitiative of Press Responsible
for Subscription Funds
WASHINGTON, Mar. 20.-(Il)-A to Build Fleet.
chain of 21 radio range beacon sta- 300 Refugees Arrive in Harbin
tions has been completed to guide ter 400 Mile Tramp cent visit to Moscow of the German
pilots on a transcontinental airway Through Siberia. dirigible "Graf Zeppelin" has help-
between New York and San Fran- ed to create a powerful movement.
cisco HARBIN, Mar. 20.-(IP)-Another here in favor of Soviet-made diri-
The aeronautics ranch of the Siberian tragedy has been brought to gibles.
commerce department, which com- a climax in this Manchurian city. On the initiative of the press,
commtec anitabeaconThree hundred half-frozen, starv- funds are being raised throughoutI
pleted the chain with a beacon at nthe country to build several air-
Medicine Bow, Wyo., says this is i and ragged German Mennon- ships which will serve as the basis
the Ites have arrived after an epic wfw-pfor a whole fleet of dirigibles.
firs airay o comarab ter trek of 400 miles from the rule
length to have comjplete radio di-kr More than 4,000,000 roubles has
rectionalserviceof Soviet Russia already been contributed and a
tionalsebrvca. yh t A few came on horseback, but the small experimental dirigible of 2,-
majority, including many women 500 cubic metres capacity is being
are heard by pilots wcaring ear- and children, walked the long built in Moscow. Another semi-rigid
phones under their helmets. Two stretch from the Amur river in dirigible of a capacity of 7,000 cubic
code letters, A and N, are sent outwo metres is being constructed in Len-
with the signals merging in a long! weather that would have killed Iingrad.-
dash when the pilot is on his course. many natives. The thermometer nAgroup of dirigible specialists
When he deviates from the route, I was never above 40 below zero. in Moscow is engaged in derigning
one or the other of the letter-sig- The majority of this clan of Men- an airship with a capacity of 20,
nals predominates, indicating to wefroms 000 cubic metres.
which side of his course he has onites were oiginally sOuth- The two dirigibles under con-
strayed. ern Russia. Before the revolution struction will be completed this
The transcontinental system is they possessed rich farm lands and year, and the bigger airship is
formed by beacons at Oakland, Al- virtually all had gained enough scheduled to be finished in the
ban, and Summit, Calif.; Fernley wealth to be classed by Moscow as
*nd Elko, Nev.; Salt Lake City, "kulaks" or rich peasants. Detroit Aircraft Firm
Utah; Knight, Rock Springs, Medi- Then they were deprived of their L dA i
cine Bow, and Cheyenne, Wyo.; possessions by decrees which -rk_ -IPr daceA' rO
Sidney, North Platte, York, and livered their property to "collectiv- DETROIT M a r. 20.-(A)-Pur-
Omaha, Neb.; Des Moines, Ia.; Ster- ized farms" of the Soviet union. D.
ling and Chicago, Ill.; Goshen, Ind.; Then they were barred from Russia chase by the Buhi Aircraft Co. of
Cleveland, 0.; Bellefonte, Pa.; andadfre ofnd new homes. autogiro manufacturing rights and,
New Brunswick, N. J. Mnin g ito ibdria thes plans for production of a new type
__ Movingimto Siberia, they settled of autotir in Detroit were an-

spring of 1932.
Special attention is being devot-
ed to the idea of building all-metal
dirigibles, suggested by the Rus-
sian air expert, Tsiolkovsky. Inten-
sive laboratory work in this direc-
tion is being conducted under Tsiol-
kovsky's supervision. A flying mod-
el of an all-metal dirigible will be
built this year.
Much attention is devoted also
to explorations of helium resources,
and to ascertaining the possibili-
ties of the production of helium on
an industrial scale.
It has been decided to start ex-
plorations for dirigible air lines,
particularly in outlying regions.
Reconnaissance work will be con-
ducted primarily between Turuk-
hansk, Yakutsk and Sekhalin, and
between Yakutsk, Bulun and Nijni-
Kolymsk.
What's Going on
THEATRES

of World Commerce
Advocating free discussion of the
subject of International trade and
International prices, Prof. John B.
Condliffe, of the -economic depart-
ment, addressed the economics sec-
tion of the Michigan Academy of
Arts and Sciences yesterday after-
noon.
Professor Condliffe's topic was
"International Trade under Fall-
ing Prices." He urged that Interna-
tional Trade should be studied as
it really is, rather than as the the-
oretical study of a select few econ-
omists, and a discussion for the
classroom. Professor Condliffe also
pointed out that the periods of de-
pression would last longer during
a time of falling prices.
HELL WEEK IS GOING
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-
All but 19 of the 44 fraternities on
the University of Wisconsin campus
have dispensea with hell-week, a
survey has revealed.

rWO DIRIGIBLES Condliffe Discounts
A WAKENS RIVALRY

EVENTS TODAY

Mathematics 111: Because of the Michigan Academy meetings pro-'
fessor Wilder will not meet this class this morning.
Mr. Chester H. L'tng, Controller of tie udget, and Mr. C. W. Stuart,
of the General Electric company, will be in room 452, Michigan Union,
today for the purpose of interviewing students for the business training
program of their company.
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information.
University Women: Women's Athletic Association will sponsor a
Treasure Hunt this afternoon. The party will start from the Women's
Athletic building at 2 o'clock. All those interested come and bring their
friends.
University Girl's Glee Club: Members must meet at Morris hall at
7 o'clock for broadcasting. Attendance will be taken.
I. 0. T. C. Sabre Team: There will be a drill at 1:00 p. m.
Craftsmen: Meet tonight at Masonic Temple at 7:30. Be prompt.
'Varsity R. 0. T. C. Band: Both A and B sections of the band are to
meet at the Field House at 7:15 tonight to play for the track meet.
Cosmopolitan Club: The second semester initiation will be held
at 8:15 p. m., in Lane hall. All those who are interested are cordially
invited.
-The "Upper Room" Bible Class meets this evening at 7 o'clock in{
the "Upper Room" at Lane hall. All University men are cordially in-
vited..
Tryouts for the next Mimes production to be given the first week
after vacation will be held in the small ballroom of the Union this after-
noon from 3 to 6 o'clock. All interested people are urged to be present
as early as possible.
COMING EVENTS
Beta Kappa Rho: Initiation will be held Sunday afternoon, March
22, at five o'clock in the Chapel of the Michigan League building. Supper
will be served in the Cave after the initiation.
Liberal Student's Union of Unitarian Church, 7:30 p. in., on Sunday.
Dr. Robert Dexter of Boston will diabcuss "Taking the Risks of Peace."
Geology 31: There will be a bluebook Monday at 11:00.inStc

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Reformed students: Services will
be conducted Sunday, March 22, by
Mr. J. De Groot. The meeting will
be held in the "Upper Room" at
Lane hall at 10:30 a. m.
Miss Doris l1su, of China, will
meet with the Student Volunteer
Group in the fireplace room of
Barris hall, at 9 a. mn. Sunday.

temporarily on the Amur river,
close to the Manchurian border. To
facilitate their plans to escape, they;
told Harbin authorities they joined
the Soviet along the border, thus
lulling watchfulness of authorities.
Those who had horses got them
by enlisting in Soviet timber camps
that operate along the Amur. They
stole the horses on the night of
their escape.

nounced Thursday by Fred E. Breen,
sales manager for the company.
The Buhl company now owns
rights to use all autogiro patents
in a plane being engineered by Et-
enne Dormoy, chief engineer of the
company, the announcement said.
The company will become the third
in the country and the first in DC-
troit to undertake construction of
the new type plane.
27th Annua

Majestic-"Sit Tight," with Joe
E. Brown, Winnie Lightner, and Ho-
bart Bosworth.
Michigan-Leon Errol, in "Only
Saps Work," with Mary Brian, Stu-
art Erwin, and Richard Arlen.
Wuerth--Gary Cooper, in "Only
the Brave," with Mary Brian.
Lydia Mendelssohn--Junior Girls'
Play, "Came the Dawr !"; matinee
at 2:30 o'clock, regular performance
at 8:30 o'clock.
SPECIAL!
Spring Suits $30
Extra Trousers $7
CHAS. DOUKAS
1319 South University
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Electrical Engineering Seniors: Mr. C. R. Beall of the
and Signal Company will interview on Monday, March 23.
ested should sign on the posted schedule.
The University of Michigan Radio Club's schedule of

Union Switch
Those inter-
meetings and

ormNIRS
PLACE
YOUR
ORDERS
FOR
AUTHENTIC
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NICKELS ARCADE
OFFICIAL
OUTFITTERS
FOR ALL SCHOOLS

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junior ' (iirls' iriay

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succeisful run at the play-
house, New York, Grace
George comes to Ann
Arbor in this splendid
high comedy with New
York cast intact.
Mendelssohn Theatre
box office open from 10
a. m. until after Junior
Girls' Play. Dial 6300.
Best seats for matinee
performance.

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speakers is as follows: March 25, Prof. William H. Hobbs; April 8, Prof.
B. F. Bailey; April 22, Mr. A. F. Prescott; May 6, Capt. C. A. Powell.
All meetings are at 7:30 p. mn. All will be held at the Michigan
Union with the exception of the meeting on May 6, when the club will
meet in room 201, Engineering annex.
Social Dancing: Beginning class in social dancing will meet Tues-
day, March 24, at 7:30 p. m. The advanced class will meet at 8:30 p. m.,
at the Women's Athletic building.

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GRACE
GEORGE
March 23
After nearly a year's

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Benefit of the Women's League Building
LAST PERFORMANCE TONIGHT
Lydia
MENDELSSOHN
Theatre
Tickets at the Box Office

MATINEE 3:15
PRICES
$1.50 and $2.50
EVENING 8:15
PRICES
$2.00 and $3.00
Theatre

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Slide Rule Dance: There will be
a meeting of the committee tomor-
row at 4:00 p.,im., 3038 East Engi-
neoring bldg.
Wesleyan Guild: Sunday Noon-
Mrs. Fisher's Class in "Comparative
Religions."
At 6 o'clock-Sunday Evening
Devotional Meeting. Prof. '0. S.
Dufendack will talk on "The
Oberammergau Passion Play." In-
teresting pictures will be on display.
Social hour at 7 o'clock.,
The Right Reverend Herman
Page, D. D., Bishop of Michigan,
will preach the sermon at the 11
o'clock Confirmation Service at St.
Andrew's Episcopal Church Sun-
day, March 22.

BROWN-CRESS
& Company, Inc.
IN VESTMENT
SEC UIt IT IES
Orders executed on altex .
changes. Accounts carried
on conservative margin.

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Another Supply of Hodgman and
Hanudook of

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Ready reference book of Chemical and Physical Data
$2.75

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