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T ,HE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1931

THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1931

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is comntructive 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.,

Colloquium in Applied Mechanics will meet at 7:30 on Friday, May 8.1
Attention is called to the change in date, from Thursday to Friday.
Professor Menefee will give a paper on his experiments on "Stresses
Caused'by Impact." There will be a review of periodicals.

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Geography Summer Camp: Students intending to
summer field courses in Kentucky will meet in room 13
Friday, May 8, at 2 p. m. Anyone who cannot attend this
consult with Prof. James before Wednesday, May 13.

enroll for the
Angell hall, on
meeting should

XLI.

THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1931

NO. 154

NOTICES
The Henry Russel Lecture: Professor William Herbert Hobbs, Head
the Department of Geology, who has been selected to deliver the
iry Russel Lecture for 1930-1931, will speak on the subject "Glaciers
,he Present and the Past" (illustrated by stereopticon), in the Natural
mece auditorium at 4:15 p. i., Thursday, May 7.
Announcement of Henry Russel Award for 1930-1931. will be made
;his time.
Members of the University Setate: There will be a meeting of the.
.ate on Monday; May 11, at 4:15 p. m., in room C, Law building. The
ect of the meeting will be the consideration of the communication
n the Senate Council which has been distributed by the Secretary
he members of the Senate. Luis A. Hopkins, secretary.
Qualifying Examination for Directed Teacbing: All students expect-
to elect one of the soecial methods or course D100 (Directed Observa-
i and Teaching) in Education are required to pass a qualifying exam-
tion in a major or minor teaching field before being admitted to these
rses. These examinations wiil be held from 9 to 12 on Saturday,
y 23, in the Auditorium of the University High School.
G. L. Jackson, acting secretary.
Regulations for the Second C1ass Mail: Attention of all dlepartments
ch dispatch second class mail (The University of- Michigan Offi-
Publication) is called to the new type of labels to be used on all out-
ag mail sacks. A supply of these labels may be obtained at the Busi-
s Office, room 3, University hall.
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University Women: All who care to usher in the Dramatic season,
inning May 25, please call Susan Manchester, 23454, this week.
EVENTS TODAY
University Lectures: 8 p. in., West Physics Lecture room. Dr. Robert
Aitken, director of the Lick Observatory: "Our Changing Universe"
istrated).
8 p. m., Natural Science auditorium. Dr. Ferandus Payne, of Indiana
versity: "Twentieth Century Advances in Biology."
The public is cordially invited.
Architectural Designs and State Board Examination: The designs
nitted in the recent examination for admission to practice in Archi-
ure are on exhibition in room 301 Architecture building. They may
;eern from 9 to 5 today and tomorrow.
Mathemates Staff-Literary College: There will be a meeting of
e members of the mathematics staff teaching first year courses in
Literary College, roora 3010 A. H., at 4:10 p. m.'
Chemical Engineers: Professor J. C. Brier will speak about his trip
Vashington and visit to the government Arsenal at the meeting of
student branch of the A. I. Ch. E., in the chapter room, East Engi-
ring building at 7:30 p. m.
Observatory Journal Club will be held at 4:15 p. m., in the Observa
classroom. Mr. A. B. Wyyse will present a paper on "The Motion
Distribution of Interstellar Matter" by J. S. Plaskett.

Dr. Hart will address the Hospital School teachers Friday afternoon,
May 8, at four o'clock, third floor of South Department. The topic will
be "The Educational Program for the Hospital Child," and all who are
interested in the Hospital School are invited to attend this meeting.
Grand Rapids Junior College Students: On Friday, May 8, a dinner
will be given, in the Michigan Union, at 5:30 p. m., honoring the forty
visiting students from the Grand Rapids Junior College. Grand Rapids
Junior College students now enrolled in the University are cordially
invited to attend this dinner provided they notify this office by noon,
May 7, 1931. Headquarters for these visiting students will be at the
Michigan Union. (Dinner $1). Phone University 754.
II. C. Sadler, dean.
C. E. Wilson (In charge).
Women's Education Club will meet on Monday, May 11, at 4:15, in
the parlors of the Women's Athletic building. Members are urged to
attend.

ATTACKEDBY CLUB
Republican Committee Decries
Politics in Education;
.Walker Blamed.
NEW YORK, May 6. -(A')- The
city affairs committee of the Na-
tional Republican club today ad-
vised. Gov. Franklin D. Roosevelt
that the New York board of educa-
tion is "top-heavy with politics and
mediocrity."
The committee wrote the gover-
nor merely for his "information."
Two weeks ago the committee at-
tacked Mayor Walker's private life
in a statement issued by Alan Fox,
but the club disavowed the state-
ment.
The report blames the condition
of the school system on Mayor
Walker, "who has remained indif-
ferent, although he holds power of
removal of members of the board
of education." The superintendent
William J. O'Shea, is described as
a man of "mediocre intellectual
equipment, educationally unpro-
gressive

Brucker May Call Fall
Session of Legislature
LANSING, May 6.-(iP)-Governor
Brucker today was quoted by a
member of the Legislature as say-
ing he will place specific recom-
mendations for a solution of Michi-
gan's tax problem before a special
session of the Legislature to be
called in September. Rep. John W.
Goodwine, of Marlette, who attend-
ed a meetinag of about 45 members
of the House with the Governor and
members of his finance advisory
council Tuesday night, quoted the
Governor.
Sund wall, Forsythe
Attend Conference
Dr. Warren E. Forsythe, director
of the University Health Service,
and, Dr. John Sundwall, direct6r of
the Department j of Hygeine and
Public Health of the university, are
attending the National Conference
on College Hygiene, meeting at
Syracuse University, Syracuse, New
York.
Both Dr. Forsythe and Dr. Sund-
wall were on the organizing com-
mittee for the conference.

SIX 'ENTER FNL
IN SPEECH CNTS
Elimination Yesterday Narrows :
Number in Extemporareous
Speaking Competition.
Six students will compete in the
finals of the Oratorical associal
t i o n's extemporaneous speaking
contest next week, it was decided
in the eliminations yesterday.
Three awards will be made of
gold, silver, and bronze medals to
those successful in next week's
contest, which will be judged by
members of the speech department
faculty.
Gilbert E. Bursley, '34, Isabel M.
Bonicave, '34, E. Jerome Pettit;
spec., Wilfred J. Smith, '34, D. Rob.-
ert Thomas, '32, and Donald R. To-
bey, '31, were today's winner's.
Both preliminaries and finals
-consist of five minutes prepared
and five minutes extemporaneous
discussion of any phase of the
question, "Should University regu-
lation of student affairs extend
beyond the classroom?"

CONVICTS BEATEN,
TRHUSTEE__CHARGES
Mississippi Prison Inmates Also
Denied Water, Woman Says;
Cruelties Are Refuted.
JACKSON, Miss., May 6.-(IP)---
Charges of inhuman beating, blood-
letting and denial of water to con-
victs at the Parchmnan state penal

POLITICAL BATTLE
INJURES CIVILIANS
Socialists, Communists Engage
in Fray in Germany.

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BERLIN, May 6.--(/P)-Nine per-
sons were wounded, one perhaps
fatally, in clashes between political
groups last night at Duisburg, Prus-
sia and at Kiel.
National Socialists and the Com-
munists were involved in a shoot-
ing match at the former city, one
combatant being quite dangerously
wounded and a number of others
being sent to the hospital with in-
juries. Police broke up the fray.
Firing blank cartridges, National
Socialists and "Steel - helmeters"
broke up a meeting of the Tannen-
burg Bund at Kiel. Windows were
smashed and the interior of the
hall wrecked.

MICHIGAN Book-Ends-$2.00, $2.50, $3.50, $6.00, $7.50
MICHIGAN Memory Books-$1.75, $3.50, $4.50, $6.50
MICHIGAN Bronze Seals on Wooden Shields, $5.00
MICHIGAN Banners and Pennants, Jewelry
MICHIGAN Souvenirs, Calendars, etc.
MICHIGAN Souvenirs of all kinds

farm were before the board of1
trustees today.'r
The charges were made by Mrs. '
W. A. Montgomery, president ofv
the board, and characterized by
Gov. Theodore G. Bilbo as testi-
mony of a "bunch of ordinary4
liars."l
Mrs. Montgomery also asked an
investigation of the death of F. B.
Morris last Oct. 10 from what was
officially described as "a blocked1
artery." She also charged that
another prisoner died from being
forced to work in a cotton field
under a hot sun while suffering
from a chronic illness.
Two of Mrs. Montgomery's asso-
ciates on the board filed reports
to the effect that they found "lit-
tle merit" in the complaints of
the, convicts.

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Tomorrow Night

Starts Comedy Club's

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Phi Kappa Phi: The Spring ban-
.et and initiation will be held at
e Michigan Unionsat 6:15 o'clock.
-of. Condliff will speak on "The
rategy of Peace." Resident mem-
rs desiring reservations should
11 University 649 before 2 p. m.
Phi Epsilon Kappa meets at the
lion at 7:30.
Black Quill meets at 8 p. m., in
e Cave. Election of officers will
ke place, and plans for next year
scussed. Copies of all manuscripts
ad during the year should be
.nded in at this time.
Mummers: Meeting at 4 o'clock in
e CAVE. ANNUAL ELECTIONS to
held, and plans for the SPRING
ANQUET discussed. All members
11 please attend.

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THE ANN ARBOR
DRAMATIC SEASON
MAY 25 to JUNE 27
SEASON TICKETS NOW
ALL SIX PLAYS
$4.00 and $5.50
Call 2-3251, Ex. 7, or Address Dramatic Season
Lydia MENDELSSOHN Theatre

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lattin

The League offers
exceptional. music and
pleasant atmosphere for
dancing both Friday and

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at the

Saturday

evenings.

Coming to the

Lydia MENDELSSOHN Theatre

Lydia MENDELSSOHN Theatre

The oldest published farce, yet some-

Reuel Kenyon directs

n Pageant Women: The
Group will meet at 4:45,
coup at 4:15, and the
roup at 5:15.

the

thing different

in entertainment.

An

ideal amusement for

visiting

parents.

the League Band.

. Holmes Bloomer, of Mande-
& King Co., Seedsmen, will be
he Michigan Union, room 304,
een the hours of 10 in the
ling and 5 in the afternoon, to
view any students who are
-ested in summer work. This is
i selling job. It pays a straight
y and expenses.-
medy Club Extras: Be in cos-
room at 7, on Wednesday and
'sday nights.

Tatterman Marionettes

TICKETS:

Thursday May 12

EVENINGS
MATINEE-

. . . . . . . . .75c
. . . . . . . . 50c

MATINEE 3:30

"The Glowing Bird"

Seats 35c

May 8-9

Special arrangements
of a number of popular.

COMING EVENTS
Annual. French Play: Two plays
11 be presented this year by mem- "Stringi
rs of the Cercle Francais in the
boratory Theatre, Tuesday, May
,at 8:15. Alfred de Musset: "Ili , IS
utqune portesotouverteouThe frs
-mee." Denis Amiel et Andre
ey: "La Souriante Madame Beu-
t." The public is cordially invited:
kets on sale Monday and Tues-
y, at Water's book store for 75
nts. Cercie membership tickets
11 be accepted as 50 cents towards
e purchase price of a seat.

EVENING 8:15

Matinee Saturday, May 9th

4

ng Broadway"

Seats 50c

tunes.

t musical revue ever to be presented

Tickets are selling fast.

by Puppets in this country.

Order at once for good seats.
BOX OFFICE OPEN 10-d

BOX OFFICE 6300

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