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June 04, 1931 - Image 8

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Tl HMICHIGAN DAI L Y TURSt

HIE ADVOCATES
URN TO -STATE
TROL OFLIQUOR
nd Executive Holds That
ition Problems May Be
olved in This Way.
SE TAXES POSSIBLE
Governors for Failure
Face Controversial
Questions.
FCH LICK, Ind., June 3.-(/P)
izing the annual Governors'
nee for its policy of avoid-
troversial subjects, Gov. Al-
R itchie of Maryland took
of the cozing session he e
esday to advocate return of
.ontrol to thpstaes as a
i of taxation problems.-

Schoolmasters' Club
Convention Discussed

What's.
. Going

Plans for the 1932 meeting of the
Michigan Schoolmasters' club, to
be held in the last week in April,.
will be considered at a meeting of
the executive committee of the club
next Saturday noon at the Union.
The meeting was called by Prof.
Claude S. Larzelere, of Central
State Teachers college, president of
the organization. Committee mem-
bers from the University include
Registrar Ira W. Smith, Prof. D. H.
Rich, of the physics department,
director of classification, and Dean
J. B. Edmonson, of the School of
Education.. L. P. Jocelyn, of Ann
Arbor High school, is secretary of
the body.

On

THEATRES

for scuring your invitations will
be today. The sale is no longer re-
served to those who ordered, but is
open to anyone wishing to secure
Invitations.
Blanche Yurka in Recital: Pre-
ceding the performance of Strind-
berg's "The Father," Blanche Yurka
will make her only recital appear-
ance this afternoon at 3:15, in the
Mendelssohn theatre. Her program
of poems will be from the works of
Goethe, Sir Philip Sydney, Leigh
Hunt, Robert and Elizabeth Barrett
Browning, Samuel Hoffenstein and
Dorothy Parker,
Robert Henderson, director.
'Varsity and Reserve Bands: Uni-
forms and march folios will be
turned in from 8 to 11 a. m. Depos-
its will be refunded at that time.

Educational Psychology: The final
examination in Education C1 sched-
uled for Saturday, June 13, at 2
o'clock will be held as follows: Sec-
tions I and IV, Mr. Good, 4017 U.
H. S.; Section II, Mr. McClusky,
4009 U. H. S.; Section V, Mr. Keeler
(Correlated course), 4203 U. H. S.
Final Examination in Speech 31
and Speech 32: Students in Speech
31 will be examined in room 1025.
Angell hall, Wednesday, June 10,
from 2 to 5 p. m.
Students in Speech 32 will be ex-
amined in room 25, Angell hall, on
Wednesdav. June 10. 2 to 5 D m

154, will be in West Phy. Lecture.
Spanish classes are: Spanish 1,
in 1035 A. H.; Spanish 2, in N. S.
aud.; Spanish 31, room 103 R. L.;
and Spanish 32, in room 103 R. L.
EXHIBITION
Competitive Designs in Eighth
Annual Competition for the George
G. Booth Traveling Fellowship in
Architecture are being shown in the
third floor exhibition room of the
Architectural building. Open this
week from 9 to 5 and on Sunday,
June 7, from 1:30 to 5. The public
is invited.

Lydia Mendelssohn -B la n c h e
Yurka in "The Father" at 3:15
o'clock, and in "Caprice" at 8:15
o'clock.
Michigan -- Barbara Stanwyck,
Ricardo Cortez, Monroe Owsley,
and Sally Blane in "Ten Cents a
Dance."
Majestic-Mary Brian, Kay Stroz-
zi, and John Halliday in "Captain
Applejack," and Chester Conklin in
"Gents of Leisure."

hall. Those who ordered pictur
for "Pierre Patelin" may obta
them at this time. There are sor
very important announcements
be made. The meeting will be ve
j short. Everyone is urged to be pr
I sent at this last meeting.
Freshman Girls' Glee Club mee
ing, 7:30 in therCave of the Leagu
Please be present.
Gargoyle Business Staff: Meetir
of entire staff and tryouts at
today.
COMING EVENT
. Faculty of the Department
Chemistry: A meeting will be he
in room 212 Chemistry bldg., Frido
June 5, at 4:15 p. m.
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,u c ,ctive, presid-
discussion meeting,
done, the system of
hich may again be
do away altogether
come taxes and "at
ve capital, labor and
n the tax problems
heavily upon them."
conditions, Gov.
"You cannot have
ight million people
ind unable to get it
ig that this °consti-
e to our social order
the strongest argu-
nunism unless it is
lChot's "Revolt."
e from the confer-
llowed that of Gov.
t of Pennsylvania,
he assigned subject,
n and attacked pub-
drgi ng that electric
s are "milking the
stimated half billion
hrough overcharges.
left French Lick
before receipt of a
ch Samuel M.'Vauc-
o the Baldwin Loco-
board, accused him
ting conditions in
at Quarries.
Indiana limestone
iills at Bedford and
as on the governors''
, to be followed by.
ce at French Lick
on the conference
anklin D. Roosevelt
id: "Once again the
.ference has proved
conference, 23 years
its chief function,
branch of govern-
forum for obtaining
ty, but as a round"-
nterchange of views
executives who have
filar problems.

Dr. Graglia Granted
LibraryFellowship
Dr. Arthur B. Graglia, of Turin,
has been granted a fellowship to
study in the department of library
science at the University of Michi-
gan. At the completion of his year
here, he will return to Italy as an
etnpoye of the Vatican library in
Rome.
Reserve Officers Plan
to Hold Summer Camp
Approximately 25 reserve officers
from all parts of the country will
attend an ordance campnat Ann
Arbor from June 2 to 15.
The men will be assigned to the
branch group. In addition to the
regular army officers, the .members
of the University faculty who will
act as instructors are Professors)
A. H. White, John C. Brier, Claire
Upthegrove, Frank A. Mickle, and
Major Basil D. Edwards and Arthur
B. Custis.
Courses are to be giveen in ma-
chanics and design of artillery,
ammunition and explosives, use of
artillery, military law, and. field
training.
Daily Otiicia Bulletin
(Continued from Page 3)
Colleges of Engineering and Ar-
chitecture. English 4, The Lecture,
Popular, Scientific, and Technical:
Students who expect to elect this
course the second semester are urg-
ed to see Professor Brackett about
the gathering of material for lec-
tures and slides or demonstrations
during the summer.
Robert D. Brackett,
room 31'East Hall.
Freshmen interested in trying
Lowest Cost Home!

Wuerth-Dorothy Lee and Edna I EXAMINATION SCHEDULES
Mae Oliver in "Laugh and Get Geography 1 and 2. Final Exam-
Rich." inations.: These examinations will
be held on Saturday, June 6, from
GENERAL J 2-5 p. m., in the following rooms:
Geography 1-room 205, Mason hall.
Concert - Mildred Dl inkaus, so- Gorp - m2 o a.
Conert- Mldrd D inaus S0Geography 2-Prof. James' section
prano, in graduation recital, 8:15 and Mr. Kendall's sections, room
o'clock, School of Music. 2225 A. H.

YYCU10Ay, VU1 1 , VU J1. .1
.___MEETINGS TODAY
Room Schedule for the Examina- 'Psychological Journal Club, 7:30
tien in English 11: Friday, June 12, p. in., in room 3126 Natural Science
at 2 p. mn. Sections taught by Be- bldg. Mr. George Masselinkkwill dis-
aut, Hoag, and Curtis, in room 25 cuss an experimental study of in-
A. H.; Hornberger in 35 A. H.; Mor- voluntary movements accompany-
ris, and Baker, in 231 A. H.; Butch- ing certain mental processes. All
art, Watson, and Ott in 1025 A. H.; interested are cordially invited.
Schenk, 103 R. L.; Binkley, 209 A.
H.; Wells, 225 A. H.; Bliss, 229 A. H.; I Comedy Club: Last meeting of the
Swain, 1009 A. H.; Abbot, 2203 A. year at 4 p. m., room 203 University
H.; Brown and Appel, 2219 A. H.;- -
Proctor, 2231 A. H.; Davis and Ten-
ney, 2235 A. H.; Boothe, 3017 A. H.

out for Union committees report at
the student offices between 3 and 5
o'clock any afternoon.
Hugh Conklin, president.
Sophomores or juniors interested
in serving as freshman advisors for
next semester should sign up be-
tween 3 an 5 o'clock at the student
offices.
Hugh Conklin, president.
Sociology 222: I cannot meet my
Thursday class. Please leave theses
in my office. A. E. Wood.
Sociology 132 (Problems of Pov-
erty): I shall not meet my Thurs-
day section. The lecture on Friday'
will be given .as usual. A. E. Wood.

Mr. Guthe's sections, in room 35
A. H., and Mr. McClure's sections,
in room 1035 A. H.,
Education A 1: The examination
in this course will be held in the
West Lecture room of West Physics
building. Students having conflicts
with the scheduled hour will meet
for examination in room 2436 Uni-
versity Elementary School, Monday,
June 8, at 9 a. m. G. L. Jackson.

French and Spanish Final Exam-
ations: Following are the French
vourses and the room numbers:
French 1 in room 103 R. L.; and
French 2, in N. S. aud. French 12 in
1035 A. H.; French 31, 231 A. H.;
French 32e(except 11 o'clock), in
West Gallery of Alumni Memorial
hall.
French 32 (11 o'clocks), in 205 M.
H.; and French 71, in 103 R. L.
French classes 111, 112, 153, and

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Senior Engineers: The last chance ;

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Matinee Today at 3:15
BLANCHE YURKA IN RECITAL
Followed by Strindburg's Powerful Drama
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