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THE MIC1--11GAN

DAILY

THURSDAY, NOVENIMEF', 20, 1030

T ~ l EM I ~ I G A D A I Y T U R S A Y, N O V E B E R 20, 103

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.

NO. 46

THURSDAY, NOV. 20, 1930

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NOTICES
Notice of Action by the University Senate: At a meeting of the Uni-
versity Senate on November 10, the President of the University
was authorized to appoint a Committee on Theatre Policy and Practice
with the following powers and functions:
1. The Committee shall, upon request, advise the President, the Board
of Regents, and administrative officers and committees in regard to
all problems of theatre policy or practice in the University.
2. The approval of the Committee shall be required for all public dra-
matic performances of any kind to be given
(a) on the Universi'ty of Michigan campus, by any group or organ-
ization, university or non-university, amateur or professional;
(b) by any division or organization of the University of Michigan,
on the University Campus or elsewhere.
3. The approval above ment oned shall be specific on each of the
following points:
(a) The play or other program to be given.
(b) The place in which the program is to be given.
(c) The director or other person responsible for the character and
conduct of the enterprise.
(d) The admission to be charged and the disposition to be made
of the proceeds.
The committee has been appointed by the President as follows:
Professor J. M. O'Neill, Chairman; Professor O. J. Campbell; Professor
J. G. Winter; Professor H. A. Kenyon; and Dean Alice C. Lloyd.
Requests for conferences, or other communications should be ad-
dressed to the chairman, Professor J. M. O'Neill.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary of the Senate.
Michigan vs. Chicago: Tickets for the Charity Football game be-
tween the University of Chicago and the University of Michigan, Sat-
urday, November 22, may be obtained at the office of the Secretary, 3
University Hall.,
Shirley W. Smith, Vice President and Secretary.
To Department Heads and Others Concerned: Owing to the proxim-
ity of Thanksgiving to pay day, the hourly time slips must be in the
Buiness Office not later than noon of November 21 to be included in
the November 29 payroll. Edna M. Geiger, Payroll Clerk.
Faculty, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: Mid-semester
report cards are now being distributed through the Campus Messenger
service. Instructors are requested to report not later than November 28,
the names of all students whose standing is at this time D or E. These
grades should not indicate merely the mark received on the mid-semes-
ter examination, if such an examination is given. More cards, if needed,
can be had at my office.
These cards should be used only for reports of the work of students
enrolled in this College. W. R. Humphreys.
Students, School of Education: Permission to drop courses without
"E" grades will not be given after Wednesday, November 26, except un-
der extraordinary circumstances.
No course is considered officially dropped unless it has been report-
ed in the office of the Recorder of the School of Education, 1437 Univer-
sity Elementary School.
Students, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture: The final day1
for removal of incompletes is Saturday, November 22. This is in accord-
ance with the ruling that if credit for a course is to be given, the work
in the course must be completed by the end of the eighth week of the
semester of residence next succeeding that in which the course was
elected.
Phillips Scholarship: Three scholarships of $50 each are available to
Freshman students who have presented Latin and Greek, or Latin alone,
for entrance to the University. The awards will be made on the basis
of competitive examinations which will be held on December 5 and 6.
Students wishing to enter the contest should place their names with
Professor Campbell Bonner or Professor A. R. Crittenden no later than
November 22.
A complete statement of the conditions of the competition will be
found on the bulletin board opposite Room 2009 Angell Hall and on
pages 6 and 7 of the University Bulletin entitled "Scholarship, Prizes,
and Loan Funds" which may be obtai'ned at the office of the Secretary.
For additional information students may see Professor Bonner, 2020
Angell Hall, or Professor Crittenden, 2026 Angell Hall.
Alexander G. Ruthven
John R. Effinger
Campbell Bonner
John G. Winter
Committee in charge.
Househeads, Social Directors, Chaperons; University Women: Hours
for Thanksgiving week: The closing hour for Wednesday, November 26,
is 1:30 a.m.; for Thursday, November 27 is 11 p.m.
Overnight privileges for Wednesday night may be arranged with
Househeads. Any other overnight privileges or late returns should be
registered in the office of the Dean of Women. This office does not,
however, excuse anyone from classes. Alice C. Lloyd.

Pan-Hellenic Ball: All girls entertaining at breakfasts following the
Pan-Hellenic Ball are reminded that their plans must be registered for
approval in the office of the Dean of Students and of the Dean of Wom-
en. Please register these plans in both offices before 5:00 p.m. on Tues-
day, November 25.
Alice C. Lloyd.
Dr. Margaret Bell will not be in her medical office today or Friday.
Dr. Schultz will take her cases.
Negro-Caucasian Club will not hold its regular meeting this week.
The next meeting will be announced later.
Mail for the following is on hand undeliverable. It may be secured
at the general delivery window, main office, on or before Nov. 24.
Lynne Adams 0ohn J. Jr. Coughlin
Gilbert Albrecq Jchn Langdon Davies
Rev. Alex Aitken Vera Dohonjanski
Barbara Bullard Roger Eisemann
Ruth Butler Mildred Freiberg
Joseph Brinkman D.avid Finley
Prof. J. M. Bryant Arthur Ganter
Wm. Belknap Fred Graber
Victor D. Cameron Virginia osie
Mr. Cornwell Walter E. Hastings
Ralph Coomb Caioline Hyde
Kenneth I. Clark H. E. Hunt
Mr. Costes Mrs. R. B. Irish
Wilford Cook P of. Lantz
K. Chen
EVENTS TODAY
University Lecture: Dr. Hjalmar Schacht, German statesman and
financier, for several years President of the Reichsbank, and German
representative in the Young Plan negotiations, will speak on the "Eco-
nomic Aspect of the Reparations Problem," at 4:15 p.m., in Natural
Science Auditorium.
Fourth Choral Union Concert: The Don Cossack Russian Male Chor-
us, directed by Serge Jaroff, at 8:15 o'clock in Hill Auditorium.
All-Campus Open Forum: Harry Riseman, prominent Detroit attor-
ney will speak on "Unemployment Insurance," at 4:15 in Room D, Alum-
ni Memorial Hall.
Color Demonstration and talk by George Styles, Chairman of Re-
search Committee, Scarab Club, Detroit; at 4 p.m., in first floor audi-
torium of Architectural Building. Under the auspices of the Architec-
tural society. Open to the public.
Division of Fine Arts: The exhibition of small American sculpture
is open daily from nine until five in North Gallery, Alumni' Memorial
Hall, through Saturday, November 29.
Tryouts for French Play today and Friday, from 4:00 to 6:00 o'clock
in room 408, Romance Languages building. Open to all students inter-
ested.
Naval Aviation: The final examination in Aerodynamics will be
givon at 7:00 p.m., in Room 1042 East Engineering building. All those
who are taking the course for credit must take this examination regard-
less of whether or not they have taken other Aero courses.
J.-Hop Committee: There will be a special meeting at 7:30 o'clock
tonight in Room 302 of the Michigan Union.
Members of the Finance Committee of the Sophomore Cabaret:
There will be a meeting at 4 o'clock today in Barbour gymnasium.
Engineering Council meets in room 306 at the Union at 7:15 p.m.
All members of the Council, presidents of the student branches of the
A.S.M.E., A.I.Ch.E., A.S.C.E., A.I.E.E., the presidents of the Quarterdeck
and the Transportation club, and the Editor of the Michigan Technic
should be present.
Observatory Journal Club meets at 4:15 p.m. in the Observatory
classroom. Dr. A. D. Maxwell will report on "The Spectrum of Beta
Lyrae, by F. E. Baxandall."
Economics Club meets promptly at 7:45 p.m., in Room 304 Michigan
Union. Dr. Hjalmar Schacht will speak.
Faculty Members interested in forming a boxing class under Coach
Philbin please phone H. Hoover any night at 7 o'clock at 7989.
Program Committee for the Junior Girls' Play meets in the Con-
course at the League building at 3 o'clock.
All Junior Engineers desiring class jackets please come to Room 244
West Engineering Bldg. from 1 to 3 Monday and Tuesday afternoons
to be measured. -- --
Glider Section (Change of Meet-
ing) General meeting at 7:30 p.m.,
348 West Engineering building. At-C0 R N E I
tendance of all members is com-
pulsory. Visitors invited.

CHILDREN'S BOOKS NOW ON DISPLAY
IN MAIN LOBBY OF GENERAL LIBRARY

Made Available to University
Through Fund Founded
by Couzens.
More than 70 children's books
now on display in the lobby of the
General library were made availa-
ble to the University through part
of the Children's Fund of Michgan
which was founded by Senator
James Couzens in 1929.
Ali th, volumes are copiously il-
lustrated. Among the most out-
standing artists is N. C. Wyeth,
whose work is represented by four
books: "Last of the Mohicans,"
"Treasure Island," "Rip Van Win-

kle," and "Boys' King Arthur." Il-
lustrations by the popular chil-
dren's arti'st, Louis Rhead, are
shown in "Arabian Nights," "Hans
Brinker" and "Robinson Crusoe."
Jessie Wilcox Smith is also promi-
nent in the exhibit.
The artists, in catering to child
psychology, have made the draw-
ings both numerous and happy in
tone. A decided preference for pas-
telle shades and simple lines is in-
dicated.
The exhibit contains the princi-
pal old favorites among juvenile
stories and a number of recent pub-
lications. Fairy stories, adventure
stories, and fables predominate.-.

Choral Union Ushers: Report at Hill Auditorium before 7:30 p.m.
for concert.
Phi Epsilon Kappa meets in Room 306, Michigan Union at 7:30 p.m.
Gargoyle Business and Editorial Staffs meet at Rentschler's Studio
at 4 p.m. for a group picture.
Newcomers' Section of the Faculty Women's Club cordially invites
all members to be present at a Bridge Party at 2:30, Grand Rapids room,
Michigan League.
Freshman Girls' Glee Club: First Meeting at 7:30 p.m. in the com-
mittee room of the League. The following people must be present.
Josephine Woodhams MariOn Foley
Sarah Jane Goodale Josephine Nolan
Marian Gertrude Barrow Gertrude Rush £
Ellen Sara Place Jean Eckert
Martha Greenshields Josephine McCausey
Iris Becker Margaret J. Smith
Mona Hutchings Claire M. Glowacki
Jennie Judson Pauline Adelaide Wilson
Marjorie Goddard Ruth Janette Kaser
Helen Knight Louise Crandall
Prudence Mary Foster Alma M. Wadsworth
Beatrice Olmsted Lauraine Bond
Mabel Kanem Josephine Talbot
MarjorieJ.Arnold Verna Link
Mary Piper Margaret Johnston
Georgia H. Geisman Dorothy Ford
Betty M. Lyons Elizabeth Skinner
Lillian Weinman Mary Jean White
Dorothy Fair Carol Bogert
Miary Alexander Jane Cissel
Muriel Woodbridge Gladys Schultz
Dorothy E. Shapland Anne Justine Donnelly
Jane Brydges Harriette L. Clark
Phyllis Swift Helen Carol Clark
Violet Evans Dorothea Anne Williams
Jane L. Clary Cynthia Raab
Helen B. Probeck Grace Loomis
Martha Littleton Charlotte Moss
COMING EVENTS
Fourth Thomas Spencer Jerome Lecture, "Evidences of Christianity
.n the Private Letters," by Professor J. G. Winter, Tuesday, November 25,
at 4:15 p.m., Room D, Alumni Memorial Hall.
Business Administration Lecture: Mr. John F. Mackay, Manager of
the Central States Department Stores, Chicago, will speak on "Group
Buying" at 2 p.m., Friday, November 21, in Room 109 Tappan Hall. This
lecture is intended primarily for Business Administration students but
others interested are cordially invited to attend.
School of Education, Committee on Certificates: A meeting of the
Committee is hereby called for Monday, November 24, at 1:15 o'clock
sharp in my office, Room 1439 University Elementary School.
C. 0. Davis.
Geology 1 make up bluebook will be given Friday afternoon at 3:001
,n room 3056 N. S.
Sociology 121: Make-up examination Friday, November 21, at 4 p.m.
in room 102 Ec. building.
Sociology 141: Make-up examination Friday, November 21, at 4 p.m.I
in room 102 Ec. Bldg.,
Presbyterian Students: There will be a party Friday evening at the
church house, 1432 Washtenaw.

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SPANISH STRIKERS
SPREAD MOEMEN
Seville Labor Forces Injure Two;
Clash With Police as
Feeling Grows.
BARCELONA PATROLLED
Government Troops Take Action
To Defeat Plot Against
Throne; Jail 60.
(By Assoiatd Pres)
SEVILLE, Spain, Nov. 19--A gen-
eral strike was called in Seville to-
day, disorders following immediate-
ly when striking workmen clashed
with police. Two persons were
wounded.
Strike delegations visited shops
and factories and dragged out
workmen who did notdcease their
labors willingly. The two persons
injured were hurt when strikers
stoned a car on which they were
motorman and conductor.
The strike was entirely unex-
pected. It was called apparently in
sympathy with the movement earl-
ier this week in Madrid and Bar-
celona.
Workmen Strike.
BARCELONA, Spain, Nov. 19 -
Squads of police patroled Barcelo-
na's streets today as thousands of
workmen, who for two days have
been away from their jobs on a
general strike, went back to work.
The resumption was only partial,
however, and other thousands of
workmen, most of them afoot, spent
the day in the country on picnics.
Trams and buses operated today
but there were few taxis because of
a shortage of gasoline. Police trucks
carrying food for distribution had
large signs: "We are carrying food,
do not attack."
Police Patrol Madrid.
MADRID, Nov. 19-Armed with
sawed-off shotguns and side-arms,
police patroled this city today while
the government took final steps to
break up a communist plot to upset
the throne and establish a repub-
lic.
More than 60 Communist and Re-
publican leaders of Madrid have
been jailed since Monday when
authorities first discovered the plot;
and a similar round-up has been
ordered in the provinces where
general strikes still are in progress.
Wright Elected Head
of Engineering Group
(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Nov. 19.-The Amer-
ican Society of Mechanical Engi-
neers announced today that Roy V.
Wright had been elected its prs-
ident for 1931, succeeding Charles
Piez of Chicago.
Mr. Wright, chosen in a mail
election by 20,000 members, will be
installed at the organization's fifty-
first annual meeting in New York
Dec. 1.
ALTERING and REPAIRING
All kinds of altering and repairing
done at reasonable cost. Ladies work
a specialty. Bring in your vardrobe
for repair.
CHAS. DOUKAS
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Children's Book Week
And we are prepared to help you celebrate this very lovely occasion
You are cordially invited to inspect our two large stocks of
Books for Children
Never before were they so attractive-Books to fit every purse and suited
to every age and temperament.

Will present her original
Character Sketches
at the
Lydia mENDELSSOHN Theatre
Fr adayov. 21
8:30
Seats $1.50 and $1.00
Box Office 6300

.. it affords an enjoyable evening."
Michigan Daily
Come on Over After the Game
for the
of the Uproarious Farce
"Rollo's Wil Oat"
at the
Lydia MENDELSSOHN Theatre
Saturday Evening, November 22

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