-I1 ALCALA ZAMORA, SPANISH PRESIDEN T,
FFICIAL BULLETIN HAS TRAITS OF ON E'S_'BEST UiCLE'
Iletin is constructive notice to all members Idiosyncrasies in Dress, Pleasing collar is correct, his coat may be
>y received at the office of the Assistant to Ways Make Him "Human.' i sagged out of shape with overstuff-
30, excepting Sundays. 11:30 a. m. Saturday. ed pockets.
By Carence Dubose He probably spends more money
MADRI, May21.-(IP)-Provi- for his clothes than many a Mad-
FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1931 NO. 1G7r MADRID, May rid dandy, and it is a known fact
sional President Niceto A 1 c a 1 a that he brushes his hair carefully
Zamora is the sort of a man who and regularly. He never appears
NOTICES reminds you in a vague way of your actually sloppy or ill-kempt, but he
IORS AND GRADUATE STUDENTS favorite uncle. He is friendly, gen~ has a trick of always being so busy'
remain for the payment of diploma fees. There tIe, good-humored. and preoccupied--so intent upon
nd 4 p. i., Wednesday, May 27. The Treasur- He chuckles now and then as he what he is doing-that some de-
day afternoon. Shirley W. Smith, I talks-although . he can make a tail of dress is more apt than not
Vice-President and Secretary. fiery enough fighting speech with- to go disregarded.
out any laugh in it when he is Regarded as on of the best law-
s and Others Concerned:Thcampaigning politically. He has a yers in Spain, Alcala Zariora was
a O hersn oerned: The hourly time slips warming sort of personality. You a Monarchist until he no longer
Office not later than noon today to be in- are sure he wishes you well, and found himself in favor with the
'roll. Edna M. Geiger, payroll clerk. everybody well, and that he is Primo de Rivera dictatorship. The
earnest and sincere. . fking backed the dictator when Al-
Aterature, Science and the Arts: A meeting is The head of the republic has cala Zamora carried his complaint
25, at 4 p. m., for the purpose of electing the thining white hair, always tousled to the throne-and from that day
wly organized University Council. The meeting as though he had just been running he began to work for a Spanish re-
Angell ball. John R. Effinger. his hands through it. His greyish public. Previously he had exten-
white moustache usually appears sive political experience in pre-dic-
S. meeting will be held today at 4:15, in room disarrayed. There is always just a tatorship governments and had ac-
or the election of a representative to the new little something out of order about cumulated a modest fortune. He
his clothes. If his trousers are is said to have spent most of it
creased beautifully, the chances are supporting the republican move-
Ehis necktie will be slipping. If his ment.
Engineering and Architecture:. There will be a-
Summer Term Offers
Schedule in Physics
A comolete schedule of courses
will b off ered by both the depart-
ment of physics and the School of
Business Administration, Dean Ed-
ward H. Kraus, of the Summer Ses-
sion, announced yesterday.
Included in the courses of the
physics department will be a sym-
posium on theoretical physics,
which will be in charge of several
famous physicists, including Prof.
Arnold, Sommerfield, University of
Munich; Prof. Wolfgang Pauli, Uni-
versity of Zurich; Prof. H. A. Kra-
mers, University of Utrecht, Prof.
J. R. Oppenheimer, California In-
stitute of Technology, and Prof es-
sors W. F. Colby, George E. Uhlen-
beck, and Otto Laporte, of the Uni-
Besides the general courses offer-
ed and the informal lectures, there:
will be a series of informal semin-
ars throughout the session under
the personal direction of Profes-
sors Sommerfield and Pauli. Re-
cent and important developments
of theoretical physics will be dis-
TheSchool of Business Admin-
istration will offer general courses,
including organization and produc-
tion, personnel, accounting, mark-
eting, finance, and business law.
Registration will begin June 26.
Courses in both the physics depart-
ment and business administration
school will continue for an eight-
Prof. Martha Guernsey Colby, of
the psychology department gave an
address to members of the Psycho-
logical Journal club last night.' She
spoke on the literature and experi-
ments conducted in the develop-
ment of auditory perception in the
ROUTE LAID OUT FOR NEW HIGHW4
JOINING EASTERN NATIONAL
K e n t u c kly Congressman Has
Maps Surveyed for Road.
WASHINGTON, May 21.--(P)-A
"highway of highways," combined
into a rough figure eight from Ken-
tucky to the Atlantic, is planned to
join three great proposed national
parks of the east.
Linking the proposed Mammoth'
cave, Great Smoky mountain, Shen-
andoah national parks and historic
sites of the east, the highway has
been laid out over five states for
a total of 1,950 miles.
Following established highways,
the system is improved for all but
75 miles of the distance, most of
which is under construction.
Agreement on the route, with al-
ternative loops for motorists not
making the entire circuit, was
reached at a recent conference of
federal and state officials and civici
organizations called by Represent-
ative M. H. Thatcher of Kentucky.
A permanent association was form-
ed to promote the highway's for-
Representatives of the
tion will meet with state
for their approval of the it
part of each in closing
gaps and marking nhe ro
r Adopted in its entirety,
ern national park-to-park
will be presented to Dire
bright of the national par
for designation on offic
The highway has been s
as to enable motorists to c
east's family of proposed
parks and historical sites,
from Lincoln's birthplace
middlewest to Washington
east, in a tour of from 1(
As laid out, the highw
from the Mammoth cave
tucky into Tennesee and
posed Great Smoky mour
tional park, branching
Smoky region so that
leads into North Carolina.
HOPWOOD PRIZE ONE ACT PL
CAST IS ANNOUNCED BY
Faculty of these Colleges on Monday, May 25, at 4:15
3 West Engineering building., The purpose of this meet-
n of representatives to the University Council.
Louis A. Hopkins, secretary.:
ool of Education: There will be a faculty meeting and
Michigan League at 12 o'clock on Monday, May 25.
's report will be the subject for consideration.
G. L. Jackson, -acting secretary.'
i Books: Members of the University Choral Union are
n order to secure their books refunds of $2.50, it is
all music books be returned to the Recorders Office,,
building, not later than 5 p. m., today. 'After that date
.ents: Presentation of the Sternberg Medal will be made
kmphitheatre today, at 2;15 p. m. Senior Medical Stu-
interested are invited to attend.
Kamination for Directed Teaching: All students expect-
f the special methods or course D100 (Directed Observa-
g) in Education are required to pass a qualifying exam-
jor or minor teaching field before being admitted tol
:iese examinations will be held from 9 to 12 on Saturday,.
uditorium of the University High School.
G. L. Jackson, acting secretary,.
airmen: You may call for your twenty copies of \the
Miss Perry's office in Barbour Gymnasium. Please sign
ou get them.
rnament: Names of the girls on house teams must be
wig's desk today. Tournament will be held on May 27.,
very Hopwood Plays: On Frid1ay and Saturday evenings,
Play Production will present in the Lydia Mendelssohn
inal plays chosen for presentation in connection with
od Awards for drama. Tickets, for those desiring to
iad, free of charge, by calling at the Box Office of the
eatre. Tickets will not be reserved by telephone.
ening the one-act plays will be produced:
ud" by Harold Courlander, '31.
Joint" by Hobert Skidmore, '32.
by Richard Humphreys, '31.
r evening the full-length play will be produced: "The
Richard Humphreys, '31.
paintings by members of the Royal Society of Britisk
>r gallery of the Architectural building under the ,aus-
Arbor Art Association. Open daily from 9 to 5, until
intings, West Gallery, Alumni Memoria; hall; week days
id Sundays from 1:30 to 5 through Sunday, May 31.
evture: Mr. Thomas H. Dickinson, 4:15 p. m., in Natural.
Lm. Subject: The University Theatre.
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ident, vice-president, secretary, bus-
iness manager, the head of the de-
partment of speech, and three
members of the faculty.
The new plan also abolishes the
post of student treasurer. His du-
ties will be incorporated with those
of business manager.
In the choosing of officers, thej
elections committee will ask for
petitions one week prior to its
spring meeting. Members of the
department of speech will be con-
sulted in making the choices, but
will have no vote.
Theo probable transfer of $4,030
from proceeds of the 1930-31 1ec-
ture series to the Thomas C. True-
blood Memorial, which will provide
for a fellowship in speech, was dis-
cussed, but no action taken. The
fund, with its ultimate goal of $20,-
000, already has $6,000 of this
amount. It is expected that the full L
amount will be available within the
next three or four years.
freshments. Details concerning the
Detroit Trip will also be announced.
L. M. Chiu, secretary.'
Polonia Circle: Informal dance,
Women's Field House. Those having
signed are obligated to come.
Geology II: The Irish Hills field
trip will be conductedsn Saturday
morning, 8-12. There will be no
make-up for this trip. Assemble in
frQnt of Hill auditorium.
Geology 170 (Pleistocene Glacia-
tion): Field trip Saturday morning
at 8. Meet at east entrance of N.
S, bldg. Fee $1. Bring Detroit folio.
W~lDPRMN TO ROP 53 POSTSI
I -T..-- D--,
huge rost umce venci races
Hoover; Hopes to Save
WASHINGTON, May 21. -(P)~-
Congress will be asked to approve
complete or partial abandonment,
of some of the 53 military posts the
war department plans to dispose of
in, the administration's effort to
prevent further inroads on the tax-
And before December, economy
plans will be laid for other govern-
mpental departments. At his Rafi-
dan, Virginia, fishing camp this
week-end, President Hoover will
consider the postoffice department,
with its prospective $140,000,000
In the campaign, the president
and cabinet members hope to save
from $125,000,000 to $150,000,000.
Mr. Hoover has contended expendi-
tures must be reduced to prevent
tax increases in the face of de-
creasing receipts and an expected
deficit of $700,000,000 or more this
Director Valentine B. Windt, of
Play Production, announced yester-
day the casts for "Gin Joint," of
"Swamp Mud," and "The Well," the
three one-act plays entered for the
Avery Hopwood minor award which
will be presented tonight in Lydia
Thec ast for "Gin Joint" will be:
Betty Carpenter, '32; Phyllis Orn-
stein, '32, Evelyn Wolford, '32; Ruth
Morrison, '32; Kathryn Krantz, '32;
Irving Cooper, '31; Fred Lyon, '32;
Cecile Porter, '32; Garfield Hubble;
Eleanor Walkinshaw, '32; Mildred
Todd, '32; Eugenie Chapel, '32;
Martha Wheeler, '33; Leonard A.
Kamins; Davis Beers, '31; Olympia
Lamarca, '31; and Frances Calvert,
Those who have p
Well" are: Melvin B
Lillian Martin, Grad.;
'32; Evelyn Gregory,
rick Marshall, '32;
'31; and Ralph Andre
The cast of "Swam
include: George Skint
Holmes, '31; Maurice
'31; Albert Crippa,
Roden, '31; William
John Knight, '31; Rol
ald, '32; and Gardner
All Play Production
have a hand in'the pr
tions, it was announce
be 67 appearing in th
a staff of more than
Dickenson to Lecture
on University Theatre
"The University Theater" will be
the subject of a lecture to be given
at 4:15 today in the Natural Science
auditorium, by Mr. Thomas H.
New York University will play a
Big Ten team in football for the
first time in 1932, when Purdue is
met in New York. Purdue has lost
but four games in three years and
three of them by one point.
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308 MAYNARD STREET
Announces Its Formal Op
D A fN4C, E
AND HIS ORCHESTRA,
Skeeter Palmer and Don Dewey
SATURDAY, MAY 23
"Electra" Rehearsal: Persons who
have obtained special permission
from Valentine B. Windt will be ad-
mitted to the final rehearsal of the1
"Electra," to be held at 3 o'clock
Sunday, afternoon, May 24, in the
Mendelssohn theatre. It will also be
necessary to present a ticket for
one of the "Electra" performances
at the door. Robert Henderson,
Liberal Student's Union, Sunday
evening, Neil Staebler will lead a
discussion on "The Depression."
WHAT A BAND
Specializing in Genuine Italian Spaghel
Home CookedSteaks, Chops
ALL KINDS OF KOSHER MEAT SANDWICHES
COLD MEAT PLATE DINNERS
HOME MADE BAKED GOODS AN[
PHONE 9392 FOR DELIVERIES
$1.00 Per Couple
Nine Until One
waith, Negro teacher at Rand School of SociE
the Virgin Islands, 8:15 p. m., in Natural Scie
,uss Socialism and I---
Al Jaffin and fl. Plum, Props.
I ...wM .W
.39 N. S.
MICHIGAN BANNERS, BLANKETS,
PENNANTS and PILLOWS-
Lingerie operated iestaurants
-. 0. T. C. Band meets
Field at 5 o'clock, with
its and in full uniform.
an Pageant Women: Ath-
t at 4:15, the Modernistic
4:45, Golliwogs at 5:15.
II: Bluebook, 9 a. m., in
Students' Club : The elec-
ew officers for the next
will be held in Lane hall
its evening. It will be fol-
a social program and re-
REDUCTION FOR ONE WEEK
dishes this week
erie perch-lake trout
filets-and. many .re
good things to eat..
BLANCHE YURKA is broadcasting to-
day at 5:15 p. m.: over station WVVJ.
Lydia MENDELSSOHN Theatre
The First Artists of the American Theatre
Gala Opening-Week Com. Monday, May 25
Matinees Wed. and Sat. at 3:15
ROBERT HENDERSON PRESENTS
The Brilliant American Artist
THE APPEARANCE OF MARTHA GRA-
HAM in a program of solo dances, preceed-
ing the first performance of Strindberg's
"The Father" at the Thursday matinee,
May 28, is in keeping with the desire to
present the featured artists of the Dra-
matic Season in a more intimate and per-