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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.



NO. 138

President and Mrs. Ruthven will not be at home on April 12, on
account of Spring vacation, to members of the faculties,ntheir friends,
and other residents of Ann Arbor.
To All Members of the Faculties of the University: Professor B. D.
Wood, Director of Collegiate Research, Columbia College, will speak to
members of the faculties at eight o'clock, Tuesday evening, April 21. He
will report on some results of the cooperative examinations now in pro-
gress in the high schools and colleges of Pennsylvania. This investiga-
tion is financed by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of.
Teaching. Mr. Wood is one of the co-directors of the study. His talk
is illustrated and will be given in the University Club room in Memorial
hall. All interested are .invted to attend. C. S. Yoakum.
The. Automobile Regulation will be lifted at noon, on Friday, April
10, and will be resumed at 8:00 a. in., on Monday, April 20.
W. B. Rea, assistant to the dean.
Graduate School: Students enrolled in the Graduate School will not
be permitted to drop courses after Spring Vacation. A course is not
officially dropped until it is reported in. the office of the Graduate
School, 1014 Angell hall. G. Carl Huber, dean.
Candidates for the Teacher's Certificate: The comprehensive exam-
ination in the professional subjects required for the teacher's certificate
till be held May 2 at 8:45 o'clock in the auditorium of the University
High School. All candidates for the teacher's certificate in June, 1931
(except graduate students) are required to take this examination.
Information with respect to the scope, and suggestions with respect'
to preparation for this examination may be secured at the-Office of the
,S hool of Education in the University Elementary School.
G. L. Jackson, acting secretary.
Students, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: Except underi
extraordinary circumstances, courses dropped after April 10 will be re-
corded with a grade of E. W. R. Humphreys.
Students, School of Education: Permission, to drop courses without'
E" grades will not be given after Friday, April 10, except under extraor-
dihary circumstances.
No course is considered officially dropped unless it has been reported
in the office of the Recorder of the School of Education, 1437 University
Elementary School.
Literary Students: Students expecting to enter any professionall
'achool in this University next fall, on any combined curriculum, should
file their applications in room 4, U. H., on or before April 20. Inasmuch
as this final date falls on the very first day after spring vacation, most
students intending to file such applications will do well to attend to the
matter before vacation begins. The penalty for late application is $5.

this week. Section IV will meet for the first time today at 2 p. m.; Sec-
tion V this evening at 7:30; and Section VI on Friday, April 10, at 2 p. m.
Electrical Engineering Seniors: Representatives of The Detroit Edi-
son Company will interview for recruiting purposes today. Those inter-
ested should sign on the posted schedule.
Mechanical Engineering Seniors: Representatives of the Detroit
Edison Company will be in room 221 West Engineering building today
for the purpose of interviewing any men who are interested in employ-
ment with this company.
Senior Engineers: The very last opportunity to order your caps and
gowns through the class memorial fund will be this morning from 9 to
12. There are only a few more orders available and all seniors are urged
to place their orders.
Senior Honor Group: Members of the Literary Senior Honor Group
will please turn in their coupon book and money to the Treasurer of the
Class at the table in Angell hall between one and three this afternoon.
Business Ad School: There will be a general get-together of all,
Business Ad students, faculty, and those interested, at the Union, at 8 -

'FOUND IN DETROITI__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Federal Agents Seize Fourteen; Delinquent Tax Fund International Night
Confiscate Large Sums Released by Wurster Program to be Given
of Bogus Money. WAn "international night" program
DETROIT, April 8.-(P)-United City Treasurer Ernest M. Wurster will be given by more than 150.for-
Dyesterday turned over to the coun- eign and native persons at 7:30
States secret agents revealed early ty treasurer more than $381,000 in o'clock Friday evening at the pub-
today they had arrested 14 alleged 'delinquent taxes. a sum which inj lie night school, it was announced
mnembers of a counterfeiting ring dlue aesnt fo Lim wiksin yesterday.
taand eized a plant in Pontiac equip- dudes assessments for dewalks Twenty-six nationalities are to
sewers, curbs, pavements, and. gut- be represented. Booths will be erec-
ped to turn out bogus bills by the ters. ted for the various countries, with
thousands. The approximate amount, $318,- an Uncle Sam booth in the center.
In a room in a downtown hotel 831.80, is separate from the general
occupied by two of the suspects, tax lev of the city, thete b OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY-A
the agents said, they confiscated x y , e iems e- new and improved type of strut-
spurious money with, a fictitious ng assessed outright to the mivid- Iural clay has been developed by
value of several thousands of dol- ual. Unpaid assessments t o t a U Harry D. Foster, research engineer
lars and dope worth $25,000. more than $18,000.,1 at the engineering station here.


Good entertainment, eats, music, and smokes.

Please get your


Mr. J. W. Kelly, of the Portland Cement Association, will speak
"Quality Concrete and its Applicati n in Architecture," at 4 p. in.,
room 102 Architecture building. All Interested are cordially invited.


Senior Engineers: Mr. A. J. Parker will give a second talk on Invest-
ments in room 311, West Engineering building, at 4 p. m.
R. O. T. C. Sabre Team: There will be a regular drill this evening at
7:30 at the Drill hall.
Comedy Club: Tryouts for the next play, "Master Pierre Patelin,"
will be held today in the Michigan League building from 4 to 5:30. All
members are urged to be present.
Varsity Glee Club: There will be a very important business meeting
after rehearsal this evening. All members must be present.
Rho Chi Society: Business meeting and election of officers today,
room 303 Chemistry building.
Pi Lambda Theta: Alumnae News Letter will be ready at 4 o'clock
in Esther Belcher's office.
Phi Epsilon Kappa meets in room 302, Union at 7:30.
Interclass Speedball Managers meeting at 3 o'clock in the W. A. A.
office of the League. It will be necessary for all to be present.
Pegasus: Important meeting at 7:15 p. m., in the League building.
Look on bulletin board for room assignment.
Pageant Dancers: The Modernistic Group will meet at 4 p. m., at
Barbour gymnasium and the Athletes will meet at 4:30 p. m.
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
Representatives from the Firestone Tire & Rubber Company will be
in the office on April 14 and 15. Students wishing interviews may make
appointments and secure application blanks at the office, 201 Mason hall.

Thne agents saa the arrests and
seizures culminated a search be--
gun in February which previously
had led to New York and Pitts-
burgh on the trail of counterfeit
They said the spurious bills were
in $5, $10, $20 and $50 denomina-
tions, produced by the photo-
graphic process in the Pontiac
plant. The agents estimated thatI
$10,000 in bad bills had been pro-
duced during the last three months.]
Challis Shirley, 45, is held as
actual producer of the counterfeits.
Al Baker and Jack Friedman, re-
puted members of the Purple gang,
were said by the agents to be di-
recting distribution of the bogus
The agents said the ring appar-
ently was handling dope as a side-
City Votes to Remain
in Gasoline Business'
LINCOLN, Neb., April 8.-(P)-
Lincoln apparently does not want
to go out of the gasoline business.
Election returns showed a proposal
to abolish the municipal filling sta-
tions was beaten about 2 to 1.

Mr. Newman, who will give his famous Traveltaik
on "Oberammergau with Scenes from the Passion Play
of 1930" at Hill Auditorium, Tuesday Evening, April
21, has given his Traveltalks in every large center of the
United &ates. He fills Carnegie Hall to capacity,
always with a spell-bound audience. The same every-
No one should miss this unusual opportunity of
seeing the unique Bavarian Village with its unique peo-
ple devoted to the Enacting of a great faith as ex-
emplified in their work in the Passion Play. Those who
have seen the Passion Play will enjoy the revelations of
the camera, and those who have not been in Oberammer-
gau during a presentation, will feel that they have
actually visited the spot with Mr. Newman, so true are
his motion pictures and his slide groupings.

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Oberammergau will be a p p r o a c h e d through
Munich, and interesting stops will be made in this
famed city.
All seats 50 cents

Mid-Semester Reports Concerning Freshman Architectural Stu-
dents: Will instructors kindly send reports on these students who are Research Club Memorial Meeting:
falling below a C grade to the office of Professor Lorch, 207 Architecture the Research Club will be held Wedn
building. Cards for the purpose have already been sent through the Lecture room on the first floor of the
campus mail. be read on Dryden by Professor
Bredvold and on Cavendish by Pro-
Househeads and Chaperons; Undergraduate Women: All League fessor La Porte. The members of
houses and sorority houses that have students staying in them during the Junior Research Club and thet

The Annual Memorial Meeting of
.esday, April 22, at 8 p. m., in the
East Medical building. Papers will

the Spring vacation are under Summer School regulations; that is, clos-
ing hour during the week is 11 o'clock, 1:30 on Friday nights, and 12:30
on Saturday nights.
Women who wish to apply for the graduate fellowship of the Alum-
nae Council, amounting to $750 for next year, are reminded that April
20 is the time limit for applications. Blanks are available in the office
of Dean Alice Lloyd, and should be secured immediately by those desir-
ing them.
Blue Print Department: This Department will be closed from two
p. m., on April 10 until eight a. m., on April 16, due to the necessity of
overhauling the machinery.
Frosh Frolic: A final shipment of. Frosh Frolic favors has arrived
and will be available at the Union for the rest of the week.
The grey receipts must be given in exchange as usual.
Afl Campus Forum: James Schermerhorn, founder and editor of
the Detroit Times for 21 years, will speak on "The Relation of the
Metropolitan Press to the University," at 4:15 in room D, Alumni Mem-
orial hall.

Women's Research Club are cor-
dially invited to attend this meet-
Oriental Women's Club: The In-
ternational Dinner will take place
nex Monday, April 13, from 4:30
to 9:30, at the Women's Athletic
building. Those who wish to go
please let the secretary; Tomo
Tambe, know not later than Satur-
student here was recently fined
$100 for, throwing a piece of pie at
a girl who refused to let him kiss
her after he had purchased a bou-,
quet of violets from her.

A Company, Inc.
Orders executed on al ex.
changes. Accounts carried
en conservative margin.
Telephone 23271

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Political Science 2: The mid-semester examination in this course
1be given today during the lecture hour in Natural Science audi-
iium. Janes K. Pollock:

English 212: Nineteenth, Cen-
ury Prose will meet today at 4 p.,m.
W. G. Rice.
Economics 52: A make-up exam-
nation will be held- in room 207
Ee. at 3 p.,m.
Aero. 6 -2A+eronautical Labora-
ory: All students enrolled in this
ourse for the secondrhalf of the
semester should report for work:


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Extra"Tro"ser$ $7
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For Yout Vacation Reading - $1e00
ENDRICK VAN LOON-Story of Mankind
W. E. WOODWARD-George Washington
THURBER WHITE-Is Sex Necessary?
EDWIN E. SLOSSON-Keeking up With Science
DR. HARRY E. FOSDICK-Adventurous Religion
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