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Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of C;V AN
the University. Copy received at the office of the Dean of the Sum-
mer Session until 3:30, excepting Sundays. 11:30 a. m. Saturday. Cites Charge
VOL XLL TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1930 No. 1 Jury, Ex
President and Mrs. Ruthven will be at home from 4 to 6 o'clock on!

...: =Headquarters for
H[ DL 010 Physicians , Say Youth Must The condition was held to be a ENGINEERS AND ARCHITECTS MATERIALS
Several Months. He was taken last week to the YPE WITIAND OUND PA ER
es of Trial Without presidential lodge in Virginia and
yy(b'' Associated Press) beievd o b sffeinfrm.
vtreme Tyranny, WASHINGTON, Sept. 22. - Dr. wasiveto be ullering from
Free Ballot Joel T. Boone, the White House an intestinal disorder. FreeTBallot.'
physician, said today a diagnosis of He will stay at C ie mountain
INTERVENTION the illness of Herbert Hooer Jr 1 campeprobably until frost toe
in his chest. White House. i
ON, Se. 22. An The diseased area is small, Dr. Dr. Boone said the patient had -
[N, se i n Boone said, and there is every rea- gained weight and was in much 111k SOUTH UNIVERSITY
ic collapse mnCuba, son to view the outcome of the better condition after a week of HALF BLOCK EAST OF CAMPUS PHONE 4744
by reVolution, is in-illness optimisticall. rest and regular diet. ;ilIIIIIIIIIIUm111Iil 11m i

the first two Sunday afternoons of each month to members of the fac- ASKS U.S.
ulties, their friends, and other residents of Ann Arbor.
Advisers of Freshmen.-On page 37 of the Literary College An-IWASHING
nouncement the list oZ permissible freshman courses should contain;early econom
Mathematics 5. This course, like Math. 1 and Math. 7, contains the I accompanied
plane trigonometry pre-requisite for Physics 35. j evitable, heco
I. Walsh (D
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rs......a:..1 "..a.,.f-". ",. ,^trxt^nirf-, l -nnf-nrt-'in ~t f th! ...M....di. , l,.f

rding to Senator David'
)em.), Massachusetts,
d'iate American gov-

Pre-medical studcntL: Studt ants wJo intendL o en c rner IV'-e e.ai ernmzental influence is exerted.
School are informed that boginning with 1931 the minimum require- "Poverty and unemployment are
ments for entrance to the Medical School have been increased from 70 feeding the flames of revolt," the
hours ahd one and one-third p Anas to 90 hours and one and one-half senator, who has just returned
points per hour. Grades bclow "C" in the specified subjects will not from a visit to the island republic.
be accepted. said. "Charges of extreme tyranny,
disregard of human life, trial with-
-_ -Iout jury, dishonesty in office, no,
There will be a meeting of the Executive Council of the Michigan f"eseballotarges are taggering be-
Union at 6:15 o'clock tonight in the Student Offices of the Union. cause of their universality with re-
Albert FT. Donohue, President. spect to usurpation of power and
disregard of fundamental political
University Health Service: The University suppiies practically all "If the Cuban question reaches
necessary medical attention to regularly enrolled students whose tui- the political crisis that is threat-
tion includes health service fee. This is supplied only under the auspices ened, the American people may
of the University Health Service, located on North University Avenue. prepare themselves for revelations
Students in the Univcrsity high Scho'o, and some graduate students are of most startling character."
not included. Walsh maintained the United
States could not avoid the respon-
Office Hours. . The offices are open during regular class hours and sibility of assuring the Cuban peo-
from 11 to 12 on Sundays and holidays. ple an honest election while the
Infirpiary. The building is open at all times to admit students in present treaty relationships exist
need of bed care. Sick students are urged to come to the Infirmary b"Any other course is indefens-
rather than remain in their rooms. ible, heaid,"and placeshu ina
partnership with those who hold
Room Calls. Whcn a Health Service physician is desired for atten- the people of Cuba under what
fon to a student in the city, day or night, the Health Service, should many claim to be a tyrannical and
be called, 2-3248.; despotic government.
"If we are not able to give the
Financial Responsibility. The Health Service will not be financially people of Cuba honest elections we
responsible for medical attention given at the University Hospital or I had better retire and leave them
elsewhere, unless previous authorization is given. Such expense will not to their fate rather than be ac-
be authorized if the attention can be supplied by the Health Service cused by them of being derelictand
directly. Warren E. Forsythe, Director. infmay be a bold military despotism.
"The Cuban question," he con-i
Anthropology 31: Announcement of Sections. tinued, "will be the most important
Section 1-= Tuesday at 9 o'clock. one before the American govern-
Section 2- Tuesday at 11 o'clock. ment in the next few months.
Section 3-- Wednesday at 8 o'clock. --

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Section 4- Thursday at 9 o'clock.
Section 5- Thursday at 11 o'clock.
Section 6 -Friday at 11 o'clock.
Section 7 -- Friday at 2 o'clock.
Lectures will be given on Monday and Wednesday at 11 o'clock.
Each student is required to elect a discussion section at one of the
hours specified above.
Psychology 177. Psychology of Motivation. A study of the motivat-
ing factors underlying human and animal behavior, with particular ref-
erence to endocrinology. Lectures, readings and discussions. Prerequi-
site: Psychology 33 and 34 or its equivalent. M W F, 1. 2003 N.S. Meyer.
Three hours credit..
Jewish Students. -New Year Services will be held today, both ortho-
dox and reformed. Reform services at ten o'clock at Lane Hall, State
and Washington Streets. Doctor Jacob Marcus, of the Hebrew Union
College will officiate. Memorial services at three o'clock. Orthodox
services at eight this morning and continuing at 538 N. Division. Fresh-
men desiring to be excused from orientation activities today and Wed-
nesday. in order to attend services may get excuses at the H1illel Founda-
tion, 615 E. University Ave.-
At one time during the protest An original deed signed by Peterj
strike in France against the deduc- Stuyvesant, early Dutch colonial
tion of social insurance assess- Stuves ntth cona
ments from their pay nearly 80,000 governor, is now in the Museum of
men were out. the City of New York.

Two Americans Are
Charged as Causes
of Chilian Revolt
(Bly Associated Press)-
SANTIAGO, Chile, Sept. 22.--Two
American aviators were arrested at l
Conception today, with two Chilean
army officers and three civilians,
passengers in an airplane piloted
by the Americans. The five Chile-
ans were charged with plotting the
revolution which the government
announced had been put down.
Names of the Americans were not
announced. The government issued
a lengthy communique which said
an attempted revolt Sunday against.
the administration of the president,
Col. Carlos ,Ibanez, had been frus~
trated and the instigators impris-
The Chileans arrested were Gen.
' Redrado Enrique Bravos, Col. Ma-
I roduke Grove, Luis Salas Nomo,I
Carlos Vicuna and Pedro Leon

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