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PAGE TWO

T JHE MICHIGAN twAILY

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1930

~ 7A~ NE Y~KFCRSOUTH AMRC
S~A[SC[AYEPDTI TOA . YiR FOR SIGNS OF LOST" RACES
WLL J BE LETEf
AT STATE ET I NC

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O~~~~~T HI ITMf ~~ead Giant Merge
U L IL6T Caima Nme ~NEW RESERVEI BAND
ION bONVEN rL.TION TORAIESlOON

Successor to Dennis E. Alward
to be Chosen at Special
Conference.j
DICKINSON ISSUES CALL 1
Appoirtionnc.,i of Appointments
to New Committees Also
WMill' be Made.
( Uv A vsuoiau it Prrss)
LANSING, Nov. 26.-State se na,-
tors will c cnfz-r here Dec. 4 in an
attempt to r ,a h an agreement
before t'"--opcming of the legislative
session on the choice of a .;ecretary
to Succeed the late Dennis E. .1l-
ward and, the apportionment of
committee appointinents.
A call of the senate was issued
in a lottcr trailed Tuesday night by I
Lieut. Gov. Luren. D. Dickin~son.
The meeing will get tuder way at
I o'clock in the aft,-,-~a The lieu-I
tenant gioven::.1" ii :W;?4=d in his
letter that t; :: t? s icr cretCary
of the senate ~ e ivna hear-
ing and that 'a v'll as~k for thej
senate's choice bfor the actual
opening of ti -. legi:slature, Jan. 7.,
Air. Dickinson emphasized his de-
sire to give the s rc.ssful candidate
Schance to become familiar with
the work hefore the opening of. the
session.
State senators are asked in the,
letter either to send or bring with
them their choice of three or four
commit tee- appointments.
Sees Problems.
"Judginig from past experiences
I can expect twice the number of
applications for certain committees
than can be. given and therefore
there must be some unavoidable
disappointments," the lieutenant
governor said. He expressed the
opinion that committee appoint-
nments \ id continue a great prob-
lei or im
-\With the unusually large num-
ber of experienaced members it
makes. inl task the m7:ost diffcultl
of 'all of 'MiY experiences on thisl

lt~ml),ers Ofl-the S!!ippee-Tohrnson expedition wlho .' f.1-ouvc BreinnN ', o inz eu
ivwG"ethey will set out to explore the Andes by foot a h. Tihcv a;re e iij -Kl__. th r e 0tu--
scientific rnstr'uments -iand hope to reveal secrets of In 1,4cJ liaoi . elt0 rit:.is iPe
mechanic; Robert, Shippee, pilot, geologist and histori -ii; ValentIiie Vnienctii v~e;.vu l
pilot, and George It.ohnsoii, cameraman.

CLEE OtU B O Im o FVL A
NEI,,, C9PEETIO Sh elvs elete
L t 6 Boks Yearly;

SleM1APKS ON ;SIG]VI...U

by About 20
Many Rare

"Thlayct''s

Tretise-

Volumes Are Taken.

TA~King Picture of University
Organization- to be
Ilelased Soon.
Pathe Review tlalkin- ;-pet-ires
featuring' the Michigan Men's Glee

TO find thie,"helves of a ]ib'a y,
containing more than 25,G30 vol-
umes depleted by 20 books a year
does not appear at first g lancea
staggering or important loss, but is
a few of the books that are lost

oin Hv'doene ''t[t} . i :wu? Ica? T
ed Gan-1fog le cnmcnxdafll
searh Ir a >~IWUcoy' -as mad
cated. in PL ad( l=p-z. Threeclays
up in the La'';Seoc u bocx.1

club will be released within the! annually cannot be replaced or can
nexttwowees, ayl Chfli, 'be replaced only with great dti.-:
nexttwowees, GyleChalin culty, the yearly depletion takes onl
manager of the club, announced some measure of significance. Such
yesterday. Preparations for the i,,'.he case in the Law library.

ORCAF :J~"
~ U~Th

X~ W )Q.3

completion of the picture are under
way at present, he added, and the
definite date on which it wvill Gp -
peazr at the Miichiga n theater willi
be set as soon as thecfcemnany an--

Acc o rig to Prof. 11. FR. Coffey,:
erra lbraiianz, about 40 books are
11>'s-'1&V'from ti he hWlibrary ever y
y ttiI, Ibut practically 20 of them ar e
retu r1ed duing subsequent years.'
..The law library," Professor Cof-
fey strrtved iin an interview yoster-I
lay, "is a reference library. nrot a

PamrChrist ian. Uuiver'Ksi' o-
gnswilife :?''c aa 'nodern "Pas-
sacarglia" by the ft neeri-al coinnee-.;
er, Leo Sowerby, _,11r'la cthec ded-

hue. - -nounes its completic.
The picture is bein'_ financed by1
i-H P C AiRMA the Butterfield corporatLion, owners'
P C~ COMMITTEE as aicour'tesy to Mh(,l p ' ttdc~n
- -It, is the second suchr rLr to b°
Sixeev. 1", 'IChose-ia by Bradley,;~ nado ofa college r':>e club, the
tFy# Moret ~e. xfirst school to be so.,r r ._rcrt 2oini
aoitettoteforleased a year a go; and rl l uE 'i
ixteen ~ m St teflo;have been Co heavy fIc41,r 1w' Ml.h-
comittee for J the J-Hop were an- gan organizatoe. the Path1' cune- i
nounlced lst night by George S. pamn ; d ,idedtofi2m11 -,Lhi'-. en
Bradley, 2. 7Ti e cmitewhen I:' lue club.
completcd. will include 20 memlbers. Michigakn song's anc. selectc-in
Other ap pointmenta will be an- from! the Mimes operas are fea-
nounccd later, 1r rdlcy said. . intefl.Iisepce
Ma -11,D of apps_ at ions for tic-Itrdinten~n se.ete
kets to the annuail junior° class fete hajh pcue li b h - l
will be sup ervised by the comimit- oaver tie country, j4- udg<ing fronethe
tee. These applications must 'be in r-cuests made by alumni and o".:.-G
the hands of the juiors by Satur- esitrse n h nvriy
day, Bradley stated.n
Those appointed were: Sherwood 'LoXey S Armiy" MarchI
Ake, Clare Carter, L. R. Steele, Rus- .P01efeated by Weather
s o 11 Moore.,Dvi Hrockn-e or, ;_
Harry CuVe. Norman Knapp, (? ,'t.scxiarrl res
Frank Bicknell, Jerry Wien, Win-,
throp Cof eld, John Sanchuck,M NEW YORK, Nov. 25.-Wintryj
La Verye 1Ansel, James Harris, I blasts delayed mobilization today :
Wrilfred Owg Frank Brady, and' of a new "Coxey's army" of unem-r
Haroldl Notn. ployed for a march on Washington.
___-_____"'General" Jacob S. Coxey went
_X~. to the rendezvous of the jobless,
ta iabi inO~~ Columbus circle, and found none;
t42 w FYar"k ei' a kept it. "It's the cold," he
-- said, as he beat a strategic retreat
amWard, '31, and Jack Dob-! to is hotel.
bbin, '31, leave today for New York,l Coxey's plan is to have an army
where~ they will represent the In- of jobless demand passage of a bill
tei fratcrnity council at the Na-f deadlocked in the House banking1
ti nal 1.1.1erfratcrnity conference, and currency comm-i t te which h e
which is in session at the Pennsyl-j sayer would insure perpetual pros-
vania hotel. perity.
t RIGHT

c;. zlating lib-rary and as c, resulticaoyrc~lo i: ~esd
very few bocks are, permnitted to be za~r
Laken ILom the buildiint. Chi'I ''nl; ricdh yO

"In tl *e past." Pr ofessor Cofffey
r<o3i eti n itcwats cuistomary to lendA
bkto ±lawyer. lit various palrist Of
Lh c.~ bat, olthoug'h the books}
cam ,c e Tentaally. they did o4
C;"cwr='. b ,ck :L .ty. Cien. "^;.entlyt
?iyie Jpracti . as Cisconlinu22-.
"Moreover"' Prof-essor Co"ffe;7 wen',
l?, "th2 vsalue of a referencec Ii-!
bl-ary 's adecre ased when boo{.s
Wlhirl) are supposed to be included
inl itar reposing on3 some ottor-
nev':a desk in Saginaw or Flint or
other Michigan cities."
SA few books of semi popular nta-
Lure, however, are circulated by t-he
--w library. "May It Please the
Ccv'rt, " by James M. Beck, former
solic '-gene ral of the United
Statee.: an example of such a cir-
culating volume.
1One examu'le of a mysterious re-
tur.n of a book was cited by Profes-
sor Coffey.

Pork-.
Fiv e rec-it als byn, Ln ally known
c.-g ni Qssil c' . e eorgan o
1he ~i Vnrsl. i._ duL ThrI fir't 11ill
tbe yl:d b y thevr ' tofrgnist
isao' 01C>mc ikno
o oNew Yurk, nod.Zena-n Sermn
oi VI lmingto-. del'.
one ox thi'> 1 dflin 3t inIhej-
fellecr Carillon. wic includes theR
heavi.,-s; bells E'er c " ei1 in: ucir
:n mrurn'r~t La r Emeron Fos-
dick is pastor.
OHIO UNIVE.SITS - VWomen
students irero c t ?'u iSlv avo id thle
base.,enL of a ce r-rarn campus
building. In i are housed 75_at
whiich are to be used for Cxreari-
mental purposes.

>oa l no,,wrn to Ask Unions
ts H-d Next Meeting
1Ann -iArbor.
Abert F. Donohuie, '31, president
Af the Union, and arold . War-
:en, jr., '31, recording secretary,;
zave been named by the Union
)ard of directors as the delegates,
irom XMichigan to the eleventh an-
veal.n conveon c" of tie AssociationI
Ki Cce;e and21;1University Unionsj
_q b'v-iuniver-
iri inLc l~e.;-ee, R.1.. it was an-
'1-00l 1 e2 c- dayi
N cig n fv,;tworepresentatives to
hr, uleetlij, i Kunderstood, will,
~°:terrK a<n invitation to the asso-
ritio h t old its et meeting in
Amnong the principa s,eakes on
he prrcgram of this years conve-
Liorra. i_(:. Albet DMead, vice}e
a-r-loc ' utBron university; Dr. It
San';uer T. Arnold, dean at Brown;
Dr- Chahrles W. Kennedy, chairman
of the athletic association at!s
Vri11e;:i7unv rity; Dr. George W.
McClelland. vice 'provost of theI
University of Pennsylvania; Dr.
Clarence Barbour president of
Brown unversty, and J. B. Bicker-
steth, manager of Bart House, the
student union at the University of 0
Toronto.
Athough it is customary for the
business managers of the Unions
to attend the meetings, Paul Buck-
ley, manager of the Union at M ich-
igan, will not go to Providence.
Tire conventions are held each
year to attem.pt to clarify the prob-
lernG that confront tie various Un-
ion -aiatiors on the campuses
of' the- colleges and universities of
the country, by exchanging ideas
with other similar groups and by
the advice of men prominent in
work of this nature.
!V~nGlee Club Will
Give. rDetroit Concert
Makting its second trip of the
year, the Men's Glee club will gieE
a concert Dec. 6, during the Mich-
3gan Nightirogarear at the Detroit;
Golf club under the auspices of the
'univer sity of Miichigan club of j
Detroit. i
Tis concert viii be the third ofi
the year and will e given by the
c-tire membership. specialty num- I
hers by th ioular "Midnite Sns,"
a o at-Lt orli;sed of members oIl
the e cL._ wrilalo be rendered on
tire l r'crra.a
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON-The
annual fall "Dime Crawl" will be
held here soon. Men students are
entertained at all sorority houses
fo" the sum of a dhime, and the pro-1
ceeds are used as a scholarship to
bring some foreign student to the
campus.
LAST 2 DAYS
TODAY-FRIDAY
K~ sweet sog
into a wild
Ssymphony
ofj-z

na-vy met at nine. They
d ancd at ten. They
1:;isseu at eleven. And ;
the y veoc married -at
tveivc. A comnedy-I
I'l" llt"Of young sinn ers
'i-their nay goings-on.
Wi th

J. Herbert Case, in 1926'. Sintc thezl, the band has
Chairman of the New York fed-.- not been of suffi ient size to war-
eral reserve bank., who will head a rat the addition of a separate or-
billion. dollar bank in New Yorki ganiartion.
City when plans for the merger of 'hze new lbanid will probably be
some large interests are completed.,cmoe i'ery3 eadi
Sis planned to have it play for tire
less impo~rtant tamecs of the bas-
BAD ER ISC SSE ketball and hockey t cams. An con-
cert may also be t iven depending
on the work of the outfit, he said.
As usual, the regular band will play
ST TE SA TAlthough no leader has been
Engineer Says Michigan Leads '',-'finitely decided upon for the new
ban Yd, it is expected that ( one of
ine Producirig Common li e students of band nimursic in the
Mineri'gl Substanice. ;school of Music will direct the per-
I formances at the ganmes while Fal-
Michigan is the largest producer cone will take charge of the re-
of salt in the country, followedI hearsals. As in the case of the reg-
closely by New York, and with OhioI ular band, rehearsals are to. be once
comning third. Prof. Walter Badger,! a week.
of the 'chemical engineering dc- The concert band. at present is
partment, stated. yesterday in a. working on its program for the
talk from the University studio, annu al Christmas concert on Dec.
Two 4districts in the state arc 17. For this concert, the organiza-
chiefly responsible for the produc- Ition wi-al consist of about 70 pieces
tion of salt, he, srid. Fir st, alongI with an almost complete' instru-
the Detroit and St Cla lr rivers, neitation. Other programs which
from Detroit t + Poyt Huro : andI the band is working on include one
second. alons 'eT ke Michicgan ati for the football Bust in Detroit this
Ludington and Inie. Saturday, and the charity dance
In both these districts, he point--I Dec. 18, when .a short concert will
ed out, the decosil, is in tire formI be rendered.
of rock salt at ^ distance of 1.50___ ____
to 2,000 feet below the stir ace. it isi
not practical to mine this salt, Pro- TYPEWRITEURS
fessor Badger pointed out, but it! RIBBONS
is recovered in the formh of brine SUPPLWS
by drilling a well into the rock ke f or al
salt layer, pumping down fresh xva- r~ fTypewriters
ter to dissolve the salt, and pump- Rapid turtiover, frersh :Mock, insures best
ing up the strong brine, q cu , tamdeaepie
The deposit, he said, varies froi-4
100 to 300 feet in thickness anda.D.M RRL
some of the cavities, especially at 314 South State Phone 6615
the older plants are enormous.
IN
Musical Merchandise
Prices Slashed from 20:%(. to 50%//"
Musical Instruments

Will be Composed of Varsity
players .Not Included
in Concert Group.
MAY PRESjENT,,B RECITALS
Form ationi of a res'erve band, to
be con, posed of All thos-e members
of the Varsity bandt wrho will not be
in the regular concert baned, was
a ,innced by Ncoa L. Falconoe,
d~irctoh1', WUednlesday nigh!'t at a
nacetirrg of tire ogniio.Thle
ne5and will be :gnze-sso
as the1'per-sonnel of the concert
frhis is not the first tinre that a
tee:rcr band has been formed, he
stated. eea of this type having
, c4ir o~r znie l in the pnast. The
last one was- an outfit of 30 pieces

tls'? irt(r t r ss P hoto

Now

Nlew 9old. Tvuiwpet, was $55.00, now....
Used C Melody Saxophone, was x.50.00, now.
Bb Clarinet Outfits .. . . . . . . . . ..
Violin Outfits Greatiy Redutced
Gibson Tenor Banjo and Case ......
Gibson Manidolin, now .........
Used $ 00.0 Maylrefl Banjo reduced to.

$17.50
..- 25.00
4. 22.50
$30.00

802 Packard Street
TODAY
SPECIAL TH-AN'KSGIVING DINNER
12:30 t~o 2 :3 0, 5:00 to 7:00

FRUIT COCKTAIL

SHRIMP COCKTAIL

TOMATO SOUP
OLIVES CELERY H-EARTS
ROAST TUIRKEY, OYSTER DRESSING, CRANBERRY SAUCES
CREAMED CANDIED)
MASHED POTATOES SWEET POTATOES
BAKED SQUASH PEAS
H-EAD LETTUCE SALAD
THOUSAND ISLAND DRESSING

'UIktileles at as mu~ch as 20% less.
ADIOG
Majestic Modei 131, Brum-0vvick Model 15 at
su~antai~Reductions.
-ANOS
God Used Pianos at prices rang-ing from
$.0O wards.
Also New Pianos At Great. Savings
A -lae sapply of sheer Music and Music Books at a gen-erous
discount, some as much as 50% off.

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CIDER

NESSELRODE PUDDING
14OT ROLLS
TEA COFFEE
$1.00
CHICKEN DINNER
50C

PUMPKIN PIE
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