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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

SATURDAY, FEMIL AHY 2i;, 193t

THE MiCHIGAN DAILY SAThRDAY. FEBRUARY 28. 1931

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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.
VOL. XLI. SATUR'DAY, FBRUARY 28, 1931 NO. 104

NOTICES
President and Mrs. lluthven will be at home from 4 to 6 o'clock on"
the first two Sunday :fternoons of each month to members of the'
faculties, their friens, und other residents of Ann Arbor.1
University Loan Comattce: The University Loan Committee will
meet on Monday, March 2, at 1:30 p. m., in room 2, University hall. T
Students who have filed applications with the Office of the Dean of
Students should call at that ofaie for an appointment with the Com-t
mittee. J..A. Bursley, chairman. t
Graduate Schoel: Graduate students who have not handed in
second semester election cards should do so this week.t
Students who have changed their elections since submitting election I
cards should call this week at th ofice of the Graduate school, 1014t
Angell hall. This involvcs the dropping and adding of courses, the"
substitution of one course for another, as well as the change of in-
structors. G. Carl Huber, dean.
Zoology 32 (heredity): A numbcr of seats have been reassigned.
Any one who has been on the waiting list should consult the seating list
in the corridor near room 2091, Natural Science building.
Those to whom seats have not been assigned should arrange to
be put on the waiting list, and in the meantime refrain from occupyingt
seats. A. Franklin Shull. 1
History 12: The seating chart for late enrollments in History 12
(Lecture Section I) has been posted today. Every person should be in
his assigned seat on Monday.t

TWO PHILADELPHIA CLUBS RAIDED;
'WAGON LOADS' OF LIQUOR FOUND
Members of Each Society Arc Manufacturers' club.
Arrested; Event Comes Only one man was arrested at
as Srprie. each place, August Bolli, manager
as Surprise, ofthe Manufacturers club, and R.
S. Sconrinisen, stewart at the Phil-
PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 27.-Diree- adelphia club.
tor of Public Safety Lemuel B. W. Norman Morris, president of
Schofield's police have raided two the Manufacturers' club, said he
of Philadelphia's most prominent knew nothing of the liquor which
social organizations and clubmen was found on the fifth floor of the
were speculating today where they 10-story huilding and that members
would strike next in their search of the organization were opposed
for violators of the prohibition law. to intoxicants in the club. He said
The exclusive Philadelphia club the rooms where the liquor was
was raided Thursday evening, the found were occupied by the "Fifty
Manufacturers club early Thursday. club," an organization of members
Schofield personally conducted within the club. He said no liquor
the raid on the Manufacturers club, had been sold in the club since the
of which he was a member. Before advent of prohibition.
leaving the building he wrote his The raid on the Philadelphia club
resignation. was one of the most startling in its
The raiders confiscated two pa- 98 years existence. Never before
trol wagon loads of intoxicants at had there been any intrusion upon
the Philadelphia club and 255 bot- its quiet security. Strangers within
tles of wines and liquors at the its walls were rarities.
Mr. Henry Wright, A. I. A., of New York City, will speak at 4 p. in.,
Monday, March 2, in the auditorium of the Architectural building, on
"Modern Housing Abroad." He will also speak on "Housing in America,"
on Tuesday, March 3, at 8 a. in., in room 110, Tappan hall. All inter-
ested in hearing Mr. Wright are invited to attend both these lectures.
Teachers Certificate Candidates: Mr. Slosson will be unable to meet
teachers certificate candidates during the usual consultation hours oni
Monday and Thursday afternoon during the first week in March. He
will be in his office, 4001 A. H., from 2 to 5 o'clock on Tuesday, March 3.
History 11 and 95: The make-up examinations in these courses will
be given in room 4001 A. H., Tuesday, March 3, from 2 to 5 p. m.
Seniors and Graduate Students in Chemical and Mechanical Engi-
neering and Chemistry: Mr. Russell N. Keppell of the Standard Oil
company of New Jersey will be in room 2028 East Engineering building
on Monday and Tuesday, March 2 and 3, to interview men for positions.
Bulletins describing the opportunities and application blanks may be
obtained in that office now. Please make appointments with Miss Mc-
Kim in room 2028 East Engineering building, telephone 454.
Graduating Seniors: Graduates and graduating men who are inter-
ested in securing appointments for Naval flight training and commis-
sions in the U. S. Naval Reserve report to Lieut. Chas. D. Williams in
room 304 of the Michigan Union, Tuesday evening at 7:15. Class will
meet as usual.
Economics Club meets Monday, March 2, at 7:30 p. i., room 302
Michigan Union. Mr. James P. Warbasse will speak on the subject "The
Cooperative Movement.
Women's Research Club will meet Monday, March 2, at 7:30 p. in.,
in 3024 Museums. Dr. Martha Colby will speak on "A quantitative study
of sound localization in normal, micro- cephalic and blind infants."
Congregational Student Fellowship: Dr. Fred. B. Smith, Moderator
of the Congregational Churches in the United States, will speak at the
Sunday evening meeting, 6:30 p. m., in the church parlors. His topic
is to be "Moral Robbery." You are urged to be present.

WIKE TO SPEAK
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A1T LOCAL,1.CHURCH;
Lutheran Churchman to Appear:
on Religious Emphasis
Week Program,
Dr. N. J. Gould Wickey, promin-
ent educator and churchman of
Washington, will be In Ann Arbor
today and tomorrow to take part in
the Lutheran program of Religious
Emphasis week.
Dr. Wickey is a leader in the Lu-
theran denomination serving as
executive secretary of the Lutheran
board of educatio_-. Besides this,
he is the author of numerous books
and papers on religious and aca-
demic subjects. Dr. Wickey is a
graduate of Gettysburg college and
seminary, having also attended
Harvard and later Oxford. He serv-
ed as professor of philosophy at
Concordia college and was later
made president of Carthage college.
The speaker is known as a stu-
dent of philosophy besides being
an executive and orator. He will
speak at 10:30 o'clock Sunday at
the regular church service which
will mark the conclusion of the ac-
tivities of Religious Emphasis Week
in the Lutheran denomination.
The activities of Religious Em-
phasis Week continue in the other
denominations, with various ad-
dresses a n d discussion groups
scheduled as follows:
Bishop William P. Remington will
talk before a conference of women
I students on "Women's place in
Church Work," at 1:30 o'clock in
Harris hall. He will also discuss
"Investing One's Life," at 5 o'clock
in Harris hall.
Dr. Frederick B. Fisher will talk
on "Achieving a Creative Personal-
ity," at 4:15 o'clock in Wesley hall.
Dr. Allyn K. Foster continues to
direct the week's activities at the
Ba-otist church with a discussion at
4:30 o'clock and a talk at 7:30
o'clock in the Baptist guild house.
Rev. William F. Robison will con-
duct a mission for students at St.
Mary's chapel with masses at 7
o'clock and 8 o'clock, and Rosary
at 7:30 o'clock.
Union Executive Board
Will be Chosen Today
Members of the Union board of
directors will meet at 12:15 o'clock
today for luncheon. A business sei-
sion will follow which will incluel
selection of the executive board for

What's
Going
On
THEATRESI
Lydia Mendelssohn-Comedy club?
presents "Strait-Jacket," by Prof.
J. L. Brumm; 8:30 o'clock.
Majestic-Chester Morr.s in "The
Bat Whispers" by Avery Hopwood.
Michigan - Lew Ayres in "The
Gateway to Hell."
Wuerth-Jack Whiting and Mar-E
ion Nixon in "College Lovers."
GENERAL
Hockey-Second game of Minne-
sota-Michigan series, 7:30 o'clockI
Coliseum.
Track - Chicago vs. Michigan,
7:30 o'clock, Yost field house.
Stamp Club: Exhibitions and
lectures by Horace Hartwell and
Prof. Lewis at 7:30 in room 302 in
the Union.
Graduates May Attend ,
Naval Flying Schooll
Graduates of the University's
naval course mayhave an oppor
tunity to attend the naval flying
school at Pensacola, Lieut, Charles
D. William, Jr., commanding ofi-I
cer of the Detroit reserve squadron
announced yesterday.
More than 16 men will be select-
ed from this group to undergo this
training after which they will be
commissioned as reserve marine or
naval officers.
At the present time the work of
the second semester, in the naval
course, includes the study of air
navigation and navigation instru-,
ments.
Roy Callahan, '29L, former track
captain, is on active duty with theI
air squadrons of the battle fleet on
the west coast.

Safety of Government in Peru
Assured; People Aroused
by Rebel Killings.
(I, Associated Prescs)
LIMA, Feb. 27. -The provisional
government of Lieut.-Col. Luis M.
Sanchez Cerro announced today
that insurgent forces in the north
had retreated from Piura and were
expected to capitulate shortly.
Lieut.-Col. Santibanez, advancing
with 300 men, occupied Piura on the
heels of the rebel evacuation. A
deachment was sent in pursuit of
the insurgent and reinforcements
were ordered. He reported the pop-
ulace was greatly aroused against
the rebels, who killed civilians dur-
ing a pro-government demonstra-
tion.
Municipal authorities were re-
stored. A government; bulletin said
Central Peru continued undisturb-
ed.
Elmer Faucett, American aviator,
forced to fly a group of insurgents
from Piura to Paita, was said to be
safe at Paita, those he brought with
him having been arrested by loyal-
ists there.
Three American aviators have
been detained at Arequipa by insur-
gents. Their names were given as
Byron Richards, of St. Louis, pilot;
George Hillman, of Texas, mechan-
ic, both of the Pan-American Grace
Airways, and Bill Grey, Red Hook,
N. Y., of the Faucett AirLines.
SPECIAL!
Spring Suits $30
Extra Trousers $7
CHAS. DOUKAS
1319 South University

Notice: Because of preparation for the Western Conference swim-
ming meet which is to be held in the Intramural Sports building the
pool will not be available Saturday, February 28, Sunday, March 1, and
possibly Monday, March 2.
Used Book Exchange will be closed after today until June. Call
today for money and books.
EVENTS TODAY
EELIGIOUS 1 MPHASIS WEEK--TODAY'S PROGRAMS
All students are welcome at any of these meetings and services,
Bishop Wrn. P. Remington, of Eastern Oregon will talk before a
conference for women students on "Women's Field in Church Work" at
1:30 p. in. and on "Investing One's Life" at 5:00 p. in., at Harris hall
(State and Huron).
Dr. Frederick B. Fisher, will talk on "Achieving a Creative Person-
ality" at Wesley hall (State near Huron) at 4:15 p. m.
Dr. Allyn K. Foster, Secretary of Baptist Board of Education will
lead a discussion at 4:30 p. i., and at 7:30 p. m., Baptist Guild House
(Huron near State).
Rev. William F. Robison, S. J. of Loyola University, Chicago, will
conduct a mission for students at St. Mary's Chapel (Williams and
Thompson). Masses 7:00 a. in. and 8:00 a. n. and Rosary at 7:30 p. m.
Theory B1 (Louise Cuyler): There will be a meeting of the class just
formed in Theory B1, at 2:00 p. m., in room 212 Hill auditorium, for the
purpose of settling 'a time of meeting.
Children's rhythm classes will be held in Barbour gymnasium this
morning. Children from 5 to 8 years will meet at 10 o'clock and those
from 8 to 12 years at 11 o'clock.
Craftsmen: There will be a meeting at 7:30 p. m.
'Varsity R. O. T. C. Band: Members of the concert band are to meet
at Morris hall at 7:10 p. in. Be there not later than 7:15.
Sophomore Prom Committee: Meeting at Michigan Union today at
2 o'clock.
Harris Hall: There will be a Conference on the "Opportunities for
Women in Church Work" at 1:30 p. m., for the women students in col-
leges in Michigan and those interested in Y. W. C. A.
Bishop Remington and others will present the various fields for
women in the church. There will be a closing service in the Chapel at
5 o'clock at which time the Bishop will speak on the subject "Investing
One's Life."
Ann Arbor Stamp Club: Regular meeting of the club will be held in
room 302 of the Michigan Union, at 7:30 p. in. Mr. H. T. Hartwell of
Detroit will exhibit his collection of United States stamps, and Dr.
Howard B. Lewis of the Medical school will also exhibit and give a talk.
All who may be interested are cordially invited to attend.
COMING EVENTS
Lecture, Fine Arts: Mr. Wm. M. Hekking, Director of the Albright
Art Gallery in Buffalo, will lecture on "Modern Art Forms and their
Relation to the Great Art Movements of Other Periods" (illustrated),
Tuesday, March 3, at 4:15 p. in., in the Natural Science auditorium. The
public is invited.
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spring appointments. The choice
Reformed Studehts: Services will be conducted Sunday, March 1, of new officials at the Union will
by the Rev. Mr. Van Baalen. Lane hall, 10:30 sharp. fall to the committee to be selected.
TYPEWRITING
Miss Z. W. Koh, M. D., of China, will speak on "Medicine in China" and
at the Student Volunteer Meeting in the fire-place room of Harris hall, MIMEOGRAPHING
State and Huron, at 9:00 a. m., Sunday. If interested you are cordially A speciality for twenty
invited. years.
Prompt service . . . Experienced oper-
Liberal Student's Union 7:30 Sunday evening at the Unitarian ators . . . Moderate rates.
Church. Harold P. Marley will lead a discussion on "Less Talk about o.D M R LL
Religion." 0. D .3MR RSP n 6
314 South State St. Phone 6615

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Michigan Dames will meet Tues-
day evening, Mar. 3, at 8 o'clock,
in the auditorium of Wesley hall.
The Dramatics group will present
the play "Always in Trouble." All
members and husbands are cordial
ly invited to be present.

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Chinese Rug
Another large shipment of
scatter sizes (18 inches in
diameter up to 6 by 8 feet.)
diameter uip to 6 by 8 feet)
have arrived at Customs in
Detroit and will be in Ann
Arbor in a few days.
Due to the low price of Chi-
nese money these exquisite
rugs will be priced lower than
you have ever been able to
buy them at regular prices,
Mrs. H."B. Merrick

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