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TO BE NEW HEAD
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notice to all members
lice of the Assistant to
s. 11:30 a. m. Saturday.

MAY 29, 1931

NO. 173

NOTICES
of L., S., & A.: The regular June meeting
Science, and the Arts will be held in room
n, June 1, at 4:10.
.ttec on Marking Systems will be considered
John R. Effinger, dean.
RaLil Laboratory: The public ,is invited to
ratory on the 5th floor of Angell Hall to
10 p. m. No observations can be made if it
n must be accompanied'by adults.
eting of the Faculty of the College of Liter-
held Monday, May 25, the following fourteen
esent this College in the Univrsity Council:-
, O. J. Campbell, E. C. Case, M. Gomberg,
. . Karpinski, B. D. Meritt, D. H. Parker,
C. P. Wagner, A. E. Wood.
D. L. Rich, secretary.
pointmcnts and Occupational Information:
nouncements of the following Civil Service

history I1, Lccture Section I: Final examination Wcdnesday, Jiime
10, 0-12. Mr. Long's and Mr. Manyon's sections meet in the Natural
Science auditorium; Mr. Scott's and Mr. Slosson's in 1025 Angell ball.
Geology I: All students should note the geological bulletin board
on which will be posted lists of: students absent from field trips, those
owing for trips, and date of make-up field trips.
Make-up bluebook will be given today at 4, in room 3056 N. S.
'Varsity R. 0. T. C. Band: The band meets at Morris hall Saturday1
morning at 9:30. Full uniforms and march folios are necessary.
Alpha Kappa Delta: Annual picnic will take place Monday, June 1,
at the residence of Professor and Mrs. Lowell J. Carr. Sec next bulletin'
for further announcements.
Beta Kappa Rho will hold their Annual Picnic Supper at Cavahaugh
Lake on Sunday, May 31.
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Liberal Student's Union: Sunday at 7:30, Miss Sally Loomis of Pine
Mountain, Kentucky, will speak on "Attitudes of the Southern Moun-
taineer." Unitarian Church.
Interfraternity Council: There will be 'a special mecting of the
Interfraternity Council at 7:30 o'clock, Monday night, in the Council
offices on the third floor of the Union. Howard T. Worden, pres.
Wesleyan Guild: The annual "Senior Meeting" will be held Sunday
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Earhart on Geddes Road. Mr. Jack
Luther will be the speaker. Transportation will be furnished, leaving
Wesley hall between 5:30 and 6 o'clock. Everyone invited. . .
Harris Hall: The group has been invited to take supper Sunday eve-
ning with the Baptist Guild and to hear Professor Weaver afterwards.
Will meet at the Baptist Guild House, 503 East Huron, at 5:45.
NE ARLY FORTY PE RSONS AFF ECT ED

LUR UUNdIULHLU
Government Indicates TreasuryJ
Contemplating Long-Term
Bond Issue.
WASHINGTON, May 28.-(/P)_-
Faced with a deficit of more than
a billion dollars, high administra-
tion officials indicated today that
the treasury was considering an-
nouncing a large, long-term bond
issue in the near future.
At the same time they voiced.
hope that the late summer would
see an imnprovement in agricultural
conditions which might mark the
first steady return to normal. The
opinion was expressed that the de-
pression had reached the bottom,
and that any change would be up-
ward.
The marketing of farm crops in
the late summer was exacted to
provide more credit for the farm-
ers and more money to be spent,
b u t whether the improvement
would continue could not be de-
termined until several months later
when the effect upon general busi-
ness conditions could be learned.
The treasury's daily .statement
showed that on May 26 the govern-
/ m 'yent had ;a deficit;. of $1,000,792,-
A1430.

LAFAYETTE, Ind.,
-One sewer pipe, one
10-cent popgun and
kettles have been
strange scientific appa
due university.
They cost $10-bu
more than $2,000.
money they saved for
They are put to r
Karl Lark-Horovitz, d
physics laboratory, fc
had only about $300
worth of equipment.
One instrument was
fit costing more tha
bought an X-ray tube
rest of the equipmen
built for $15.
The first home-m
the sewer pipe, a p
long. It is the "shii
being inside so that
not escape broadcast

Assoa tGe0 .t'rr0I r4oo
Frank H. Schofield,
Admiral in the United States'
Navy who will relieve Admiral J. V.
Chase as commander-in-chief of
the fleet at San Pedro, Calif., in the
fall.

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$2,000.
ation by Radio. (2) Education
uropean School Systems. (2)
-(1) Fruit Diseases. (2) Stor-

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a, 201 Mason hall.

Laving in their possession books drawn from the Unf-'
re notified that such books are due Monday, June 1,'
ling examinations. .
who have special :need for certain books between June
y retain such books for that period by applying to the
f Circulation on or before June 1.
s of all students who have not cleared their records at
aturday, June 6, will be sent to the Recorder's Office,
ster's credits will be held up until such time as said
d, in compliance with the regulations of the Regents.
Win. W. Bishap, librarian. J
Pleistocene Glaciation): Members of this class should
room 4059 N. S. bldg., for refund on Detroit Field Trip.'
All laboratory maps must be handed in by Friday,.
lule for make-up laboratory examinations is as follows:
laboratory open for study; 3-5, exam. on minerals.
laboratc ry open for study; 3-5, examination on rocks.
1-3, laboratory open for study; 3-5, examination on
ps.
, laboratory open for study, 3-5, examination on geo-
ors: Students interested in this course may consult with"
any day at eleven o'clock.
, 4; Elections: I shall be in room 302 Mason hall this
L to 3, to confer with any student wishing to see me
ection of Speech 43, 63, or 64 for next year.
R. D. T. Hollister.
Ie Elections, 1931-'32: Students intending to elect'
y Science next fall should consult a representative of
n room 303, Library, before leaving town. There seems
ber now in library schools, and (in their own interest)
idents admitted by Dean Effinger to take undergradu-
ce courses will be limited to fifty. Applications made
the semester will receive preference. Notices will be
students whose applications for admission have been
,ive of the Library Science Department will be in room
i 11-12, and 2-3 (except Saturdays, from May 29, until
" Wm. W. Bishop, librarian.
gineers: Collect your drawing plates at room 414 West
ling as soon as possible.
lho: Replies for eta Kappa Rho picnic must be phoned'
Z 341. by noon today; otherwise transportation cannot'
Rho annual dues (fifth cents) will be collected at the
No other notice will be given.
nts Union of Unitarian Church, cooperating with the
id the Round Table Club, is sponsoring a dance party
members and friends. Tickets may be obtained from
Ames and chess games will be in order for those who
nce. Refreshments.
.-;,

BY COLL APSE OF
Bookkeeping System of Kansas
City Ring Is Concern
to Patrons.
(By Associated Press)
KANSAS CITY, May -28. - The
comprehensive bookkeeping system
of an alleged Al Capone liquor syn-
dicate which collapsed here Tues-'
day with the arrest of nearly 40
persons was a source of concern to-
day to mei listed as its patrons.
Chet Keyes, assistant district at-
torney, announced that with re-
ports that such a system had been.
seized, dozens of persons had ap-
pealed to him for immunity from
publicity. He said they included
men of high social, business and
professional standing, and one
clergyman.'
The prosecutor reported he had.
made no promises, indicating that
they would be called as government
witnesses in the event the cases
came to trial.
Government agents charged that
the books of the alleged ring were;
kept by Rosemary Lyons, delin-
quent 'city tax collector, who was
freed under a $5,000 bond after her
arraignment Wednesday.
The books, agents disclosed,
named 800 retail customers in Kan-
sas, Missouri, Arkansas, Oklahoma,
Colorado, Nebraska and Texas.
John Lazia, northside Democratic
leader, was characterized by H. L.
Duncan, agent in charge of invest-
igation as the organizer of the al-
Ieged sy dicate.
"John Lazia is the Kansas City.
agent for Al Capone," Duncan de-
clared. "Lazia was acting under
SCapone's orders when he organized
the ring."
The politician, whose following

LIQUOR SYNDIC AT E1
has increased steadily since he was
released from the state peniten-,
tiary after serving one year of a
15-year sentence for highway rob-
bery in 1917, denied the charges..
Meanwhile county authorities ex-
pressed hope that the activities of.
the federal agents would solve the
slaying Feb. 12 of Jimmie Howard,.
alleged gangster and beer importer..
Detectives harbor the theory that.
Howard, victim of the first machine
gun killing in the city, has defied
the mandates of a larger competi-
toi.
Banking connection of the ring
and the NorthsidetFinance corpor-
atidn, operated by Charles Carolla,
one of those pnder arrest, were un-
der investigation. Agents revealed
that the concern held chatted mort-
gages on approximately 75 per cent
of the motor cars used by cohorts
of the organization.
STOCKTON-Another old-timer
of baseball has passed on for J.
Raleigh Johnston, who is said to
have been third baseman for the
Cincy Nationals 14 years ago, died
Wednesday.
TYPEWRITER
REPAIRING.
All makes of machines N
Our equipment and per-
: o n n e 1 are considered
among the best in the State. The result
of twenty years' careful building.

Young Fascists Ruin
Portrait of Pius XI
ROME, May 28.-(P)-Destruction
of a portrait of Pope Pius XI by
Fascist students during an attack
on a Catholic publishing house caste
new fuel today on the smouldering
resentment of the vatican toward
the Italian government.
The young blackshirts stormed
the headquarters of Civila Catholica
Wednesday night, stoning the win-
dows and committing other depre-
cations. They tore an oil painting
of the pontiff from the wall, car-
ried it into the streets and trampl-
ed on it, crying meanwhile:
"Here is a traitor to his country.",
Three scientific expeditions will
expnlore Nebraska this .summer for

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While the treasury expects to coI-
lect $300,000,000 or more in income
taxes and 'war debt interest on
June 15, it at the same time expects"
the total expenditures for the fiscal
year will amount to $4,430,000 which
would mean a deficit of more than
$1,000,000,000.
Meat consumption in the United
States in 1930 averaged 131.7 pounds
per person as compared with 136.8,
pounds the previous year.

The next marks
Friday, May 29,
because of De
first Wednesday
June 3.
ANN ARBOR

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traces of the area's first inhabit-
ants.
Dancing Again
Wamplers Lake
EVERY NIGHT STARTING
Friday, May 29th
DECORATION DAY, MAY 30
SUNDAY, MAY 31
MATINEE-EVENING
Popular Park Plan
__ Featuring
CHICK FOWLER'S
Eleven Piece
CHIEF WAMPLER INDIANS
Many Special Features
Bathing - Games - Picnicing

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Overflow I

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$2.00

Semi Fotmal
F ID , MA ,
9:00 to 2:00

o. D. MORRILL
south State St. Phone 6615

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DON LOOMIS
AND HI$
UNION BAND
Tickets at League, Angell Hall, Parrot,

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SCHOOL

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OF MUSIC
CONCERTS
No Admission Charge

1.

Lydia MENDELSS HN Theatre
Matinee Tomnorrow at 3:15
ROBERT HENDERSON PRESENTS
LANCH in SOPHO CLE'
o - '"Electra"
Wth fRAH FA MOUS DANGER &
MARTHA NA N EWJYO RK.CASt
Ann Arbor Hails A Superb Performance
"Blanche Yurka is Supreme"-"The most thrilling and ,splendid per-
formance Ann Arbor has witnessed."
Opening Monday: Blanche Yurka in
"CAPRICE."
SELL OUT PRICES: Nights 75c, $1.00, and $1.50. Matinee Sc,
75c, and $1.00. Season Tickets, all six plays: $4.00 and $5.50.
Always 200 good seats at 75c for all performances.

Superette

Tuesday, June 2, 8:15, MAR-
O RRII McCLUNG and RUTH
McC O R MI C , Sopranos, in,
Graduation Recital.

ThRursday, June 4,
GDREDi DRcINAUS,
Graduation Recital.

8:15, MIL-
Soprano, in

EXHIBITION
ritings, West Gallery, Alumni Memorial hall;

open daily

MEETINGS TODAY
.Wake-up bluebook, at 4 o'clock room 3058 N. S.
imphony Orchestra: Special rehearsal at 3. Conductors
ety: Last regular meeting, Michigan Union, room 306.
urged to attend..
COMING EVENTSk
inal examination Tuesday; June 16, 9 to 12 . All sections

Sunday, June 7, 4:15, Concerto
and Aria program: Misses Mc-
Cormick, McClung, Field, So-
p r a n o s ; Miss Peck, Pianist;
Messers. Poinar and Hamilton,
Violinists; the University Sym-
phony Orchestra; E A R L V.
MORE,4 Conductor, Hill Audi-
toriuxm.
Monday, June 8, 8:15, RUTH
PARDEE, in Piano Recital.
Tuesday, June 9, 8:15, ELEAN-
OR WHITMAN, in Piano Re-
cital.
Thursday, June 11, 8:15, NELL
B. STOCKWELL'S students in Pi-
ano Recital.
*In School of Music unless
otherwise announced.

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