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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1930

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Seminar in Advanced Theory of Structure: All interested faculty
LY FFICIA BUE TIN members and graduate students are invited to attend the Seminar at
5:00 P.M. in Room 307, West Eng. Bldg.
This Seminar under the direction of Prof. Timoshenko will take up
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the following subjects during the first semester: (1) Stresses in rails,
the University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the (2) Arches, (3) Working stresses, (4) Soil Mechanics, (5) Suspension
President until 3:30, excepting Sundays. 11:30 a. m. Saturday. Bridges. Graduate credit is given for those participating in the Seminar,
Course C. E. 65a.
VOL. XLII. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1930 NO. 8_
cfAeronautical Engineering 6: All students taking this course, in'
NOTICES either the first or second half of this semester, will meet in Room B-308,
East Engineering Building at 5:30 p.m., for the purpose of re-arranging
A Reception For New Members of the Faculty will be held at the hus
attehours.
Michigan Union on Tuesday evening, November 4. Details will be pub- t
lished later.j
Choral Union Ushers: All men having had experience as Choral
The University Loan Committee will meet on Friday, October 3, at Union ushers may sign up for this year at Hill Auditorium box office,,
1:30 P.M., in Room 2, University Hall. . between 4:00 and 5:30 P.M. New men may sign up Friday between 4:00
Students whose names begin with the letters A-L, who have filed and 5:30 P. M.
Applications with the Office of the Dean of Students, should call at that ----
office for an appointment with the Committee. Varsity Glee Club: Tryouts will be held in Room 307, Michiganr
r T -191C Union at 7:15 P.M. Students, other than Freshmen, in all schools of the
Faculty Drectory Cards. The 1030-1931 Faculty Directory Cards University are eligible. As there will be no Michigan Union Opera this,
supplied to the heads of the various departments of the University are year, the Glee Club will present the only opportunity for those who are t
due in the Editorial Office, 108 Mason lall, on Thursday, October 2. To interested in singing to make trips. In order that Arthur Hackett, ourr
insure the publication of the Faculty Directory at the time when most new director, may hear their voices, all present members of the GleeJ
needed, it is requested that each department be prompt in returning its Club are required to tryout also. i
cards.

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rCITY, NEWS IN BRIEF

WATER GROUP TO MEET
Members of the water board will
meet tonight for regular business
at the city hall with the water rate
committee and discussion of rates
and current problems will feature
the session. The meeting starts
at 7:30 o'clock.
FACE BIG PROBLEMS
Members of therWashtenaw
County board of supervisors will
meet at 10 o'clock on Monday
morning, Oct. 13 in the annual au-
tumn session. Confronted by the
great need of an immediate erec-,
tion of a county hospital and other
major questions, the board will
have one of the hardest sessions
n its history.
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BUILDING IMPROVES
In Ann Arbor, the nation-wide
slump in building and general bus-
iness activity seems to have taken
a definite turn for the better. Af-
ter almost an entire year of fluct-
uation, the trend of building took
a decided upward move in mid-
summer. While the total for the
mon~th of September is far below
that of a year ago, there are in-
dications that the situation is
somewhat better, due largely to a
slight increase of dwelling house
construction over other types of
building.
GOVEIRNMENT ACTS
ON AIR P IRATES

School of Education-Changes of Seceions: Changes of sections or
of instructors should be reported at the office of the School of Education,
Room 1437, University Elementary School, as soon as they have beenl
made.
School of Educations, Change of Elections: Changes of elections may
be made Thursday and Friday, October 2 and 3. Changes must be made
in the office of the Recorder of the School of Education, Room 1437,1
Uiversity Elementary School.
Membership in a class does not cease nor does membership in a"
class begin until all changes have been officially registered in the office
of the Recorder of the School of Education. Arrangements made with
the instructor only are not official changes.
After October 3, changes should still be made in Room 1437, Ele-
mentary School, but only after payment of a fee of one dollar.
Graduate School Students: Attention is called to the late registra-
tion fee. The rule governing this, as stated in the Graduate School bul-I
leton, is quoted below: "Students may register at any time up to and
Including the second Wednesday of the semester. After this date they
may, register only with permission of the Dean and upon payment of an
'additional fee of $5.00."
A change has been made in the following Speech Sections:
1. Speech 186, originally scheduled to meet on Wednesday from 2 to 4, !
has been changed to meet on Thursday from 2 to 4.
2. Speech 200, originally scheduled to meet on Monday from 2 to 4, has
been changed to meet on Tuesday from 4 to 6.
3. Speech 204, originally scheduled to meet on Tuesday from 3 to 5, has
been changed to meet on Tuesday from 2 to 4.
Mathematics 51, 8 o'clock section for engineering students, will meet
hereafter in Room 1042, East Engineering Bldg.
History 11 and 12: As this course is intended primarily for Fresh-
men and Sophomores upperclassmen will receive but 3 hours credit in-
stead of 4 for each semester.
"How to Study" class for Freshman Engineers will meet' in Room
2300 East Engineering Building, during the rest of the semester.
Rendezvous Club: All members of the Club wishing to sit with the
Rendezvous group at the Union Freshman Banquet should call LederleI
at 4439 or at the Michigan Union.
Freshman Group 46, Mr. Meyer's group: One of the members left
a blackslicker in room 1075, East Physics Building. Owner will please
call for this.
EVENTS TODAY
An Exhibition of Modern French Painting, assembled by several of
the leading Museum Directors in France, has been secured by the Divi-
sion of Fine Arts. It will be open to the public daily until October 10 I
Exhibition:. The drawings submitted in the recent Michigan State
Bpard Examination in Architectural Design are now on exhibition in
Room 301 of the Architectural Building. The exhibition will be open to
the public from nine to five on all days except Sunday, until October 11.
Faculty, Colleges'of Engineering and Architecture: There will be a
meeting of the faculty of these Colleges at 4;15 P. M,, in Room 348,1
West Engineering Building, for the purpose of introducing new members
and taking care of general business.

Freshmen wishing to participate in Rifle Shooting Contest, which 1--
was postponed on account of rain last week, report at South end of Dr. Frederick A. Coller, professor
Ferry Field today and Friday at 4:00 P.M. of surgery will be the principle
speaker at a meeting of the Wash-
Freshman Group No. 36 (M. H. Waterman, Adviser), is scheduled to tenaw County Medical Society to-
play baseball at 4:30 P.M., South Ferry Field. night. The meeting is to take
place in the League building for
I i the first "time, when the society
Jewish Students: Date of Atonement Services: convenes at eight o'clock. Dr. Col-
Reform: 'or, h as c h o s e n observations
Thursday Morning, October 2, 10:30 A. M. ; on acute appendicitis, as his sub-I
Thursday Afternoon, October 2, 3:00 P. M. ject for tonight, refering particu-
At Lane Hall, State and Washington Sts. Dr. Sheldon Blank of larly to factors leading to mortal-
the Faculty of the Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati will officiate. ity. The meeting of the society is;
Orthodox: to be followed by a luncheon and.
Thursday 8:30 A. M.-All-day. 538 North Division. _ _smoker._ _ _
All literary students may get excuses from class to attend services Jack Donahue, Famous1
at the Ilillel Foundation, 615 E. University Ave. D
'ancer and Actor, Dies
COMING EVENTS After S ort Sickness
Acro. 12, Seminar its Theoretical Aerodynamics: All students inter- j (1)v Associated Press)
ested in a course in theoretical aerodynamics will meet in Room B-302,1 NEW YORK, Oct. 1.-Jack Dona-
East Engineering Building on Friday, October 3, at 4:00 p.m. hue, musical comedy star, died this
E morning at his home in Central
Park West.
Psychology 237, Seminar in Clinical Psychology will meet Friday;
October 3, 1-3 o'clock in 1121 N.S. tionstHe arrived N Yo la
~ Thursday from Cincinnati, where
Psy. 105, Psychology and Religion. All students in this course who he was forced to quit his show,
were not at the introductory lecture on Tuesday, Sept. 30, are asked to ''Sons o' Guns," because of illness.
cometto Room 2122 N.S. Saturday at 10 A.M. to get the material for the At the time he made light of his
first assignment due Oct. 7. I illness and refused to permit any-!
lone to accompany him on the trip
Psy. 203. Advanced Systematic. Students in this course will meet to New York. At that time he was!
for organization on Friday, Oct. 3, at 4:30 P.M. in Room 2116 N.S. ' said to be suffering from high blood
pressure.
Psy. 33L, 35, and 37. All students in these laboratory courses will -,Donahue was 38 years old and
meet for the introductory lecture on Saturday, Oct. 4, at 11 A. M. in was born in Charlestown, Mass.
i His natural bent for a theatrical
in 1121 N.S. career manifested itself at an early
age and his first appearance on the
Economics 235: The first meeting of the Seminar in Public Control stage was when he was about 141
of Industry will be held Fri., Oct. 3, at 4 o'clock in Room 105, Economics. years old.I
-- ---After several years in vaudevilleI
Presbyterian Students are cordially invited to an acquaintance he went into musical comedy as a
party and dance to be held at the church house, 1432 Washtenaw, Fri- comedian and dancer in "Woman
day evening, October 3. Haters" in 1918.
He appeared in the "Ziegfield
Flisof 1920" at New ,Amsterdam
English 294, Methods of Research. (W. G. Rice) The first meetingI theatre, later playing in "Angel
of this course will be held in 2219 Angell Mall on Friday, October 3, at Fae, "l Darlig "Two t-
three o'clock. tle Girls in Blue," "Be Yourself,"1
I "Sunny," "Rosalie" and "The Un-
-The ground school course in naval aviation will be offered as usual derstudy."
and will be open to Junior and Senior men in all colleges of the Uni- His wife, with whom he playedl
versity. The classes will be held from 7:00 to 9:00 on Tuesday and in vaudeville, is known on the stage
Thursday evenings. Students receive two hours credit. Seniors may be as Alice Stewart. There are three.
enlisted for nine months naval flight training. First meeting Thursday. 'small daughters-nine, seven andj
four years old.=
Engineering Mechanics 3a.. Experimental Dynamics, Vibration, Gy-
roscope, etc. A meeting to arrange hours will be held in Room 411 West London Naval Treaty
Engineering Bldg., at 5 P.M. on Friday, Oct. 3. R. T. Liddicoat. Ratified by japanesel
Psych. 201, history of psychology, in the library seminary, room. 7.(1,iAssociated Prrss)
TOKIO, Oct. 1.-Formal fixation
Michigan Union Executive Cou- UNIE ITNof the Emperor's seal to the Lon-
MihgnUinEeuieCu- UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH ERN don N a v a 1 Treaty ratification
cil and Committeemen will meet in I CALIFORNIA - Following fast on documents is expected to take place
the Student Offices at 5:45 o'clock the trail of miniature golf, the ban- tomorrow or Friday.
this afternoon, just before the tam Austin, and ping-pong comes The fixing of the seal will com-
miniature football, recently invent- (ete the formal rtificatiourA-

Federal
War

Commission I
Against Illegal F
Broadcasters.
(By Associated Press)

Declares
Radio

WASHINGTON, Oct. 1. - The
Federal Radio Commission has de-
clared war on pirates of the air'
and, with the co-operation of the
Department of Justice, expects to
silence nearly 60 stations operating
illegally.
After months of intercepting code
immessages, the commission' has
turned over to the Department of
Justice data on three score stations,
most of which are suspected of be-
ing used by international smugglers
and other lawless organizations.
Most of the illegal radio stations,
radio supervisors have found, oper-
ate on short wave lengths with re-
ceivers fixed to receive messages
only on a specified channel. Thej
outlaw stations were found through
the use of automobiles equipped for
testing frequencies and power used.
Commissioner Harold A. Lafount
believes when themonitoring radio
station being erected at Grand Is-
land, Neb., by the Department of
Commerce is placed in full opera-
tion, the detecting of the renegade
stations will be expedited.
At present it requires about six{
months to trace an unlicensed sta-
tion. When the "radio policeman"
is completed at Grand Island, not
only will the high and low frequen-
cies of this country be subjected to
minute scrutiny but the use of the
radio facilities of the world will be
recorded.
Mitchell Orders Probe
of ColoradoCoil Lands
I (By Associalted Press)
WASHNGTON, Oct. 1.-- Atty.-
Gen. William D. Mitchell today se-
lected Seth W. Richardson, an as-
sistant, to investigate charges that
large oil companies were attempt-
ing i to obtain Colorado oil shale
lands from the Government illegal-
ly.
The investigation was asked- by
Secretary Ray Lyman Wilbur after
Ralph Kelley, head of the Interior
Department's general land office at
Denver, had criticized the Depart-
ment policy and offered his resig-
nation.,
BUTLER UNIVERSITY-An in-
ternational relations club has been
or yanized here for the nurpose of,

ROUM IAN QUEEN
TO' LEAVECOUNTRY
Helen Refuses Coronation With
Carol; Will Leave Michael
in Monarch's Care.
MAY' LIVE IN GERMANY
(< V .iss('lated P ress)
VIENNA, Oct. 1.-Sorrowing, but
determined not to humiliate her-
self at the feet of the handsome
King Carol, Queen Helen of Ru-
mania was represented here today
as intending to leave Rumania
forever.
A Rumanian politician arriving
from Bucharest said that after
many years she had decided to
comply with Carol's wishes and
leave Michael, their bright-faced
son and former boy king, entirely
to the care of his father.
In the Queen's immediate en-
tourage it is believed she will soon
go to Germany and take up a per-
manent residence near other mem-
bers of the former Greek royal
family.
Her reconciliation with King
Carol is now believed to be beyond
all hope.
The politician said that King
Carol, before deciding to postpone
his coronation this fall, had told
Premier Maniu that he was willing
to be crowned with Queen Helen
on the understanding that her sta-
tus as his divorced wife remainun-
altered.
This proposal was resolutely op-
posed by the premier. King Carol
was visibly exasperated at the
thought he must forego an early
coronation. He believed that thi
formality would greatly impress his
- subjects and strengthen his posi-
tion politically.
Recently, however, the King re-
marked in the presence of many
I persons that the best Queen Helen
could do would be to leave Ru-
mania of her own accord.
This remark was repeated to the
Queen. After a painful struggle
with herself, she made up her mind
that she must abandon her dream
of raising her much-loved son and
leave the country.
King Carol's attempts at recon-
cilation with Queen Helen have
been many and various since his
sensational return to the throne
last spring. They were divorced
at Bucharest June 21, 1928.
UNIVERSITY LANDS
MAPPED BY YOUNG
Mlans for Managemen of 3000
Acre Tract Progress.
Sugar Island, one of the Univer-
sity's forest lands near the city of
Sault Ste. Marie, was this sum-
mer the scene of activity for Prof.
L. J. Young of the School of For-
estry and Conservation and sev-
eral assistants.
Under Professor Young a survey
was made of the island's boundar-.
lics, a drainage base map, and
forest type map as well as an esti,
mate of the standing timber.-'
This information will be usedre
preparation for a plan of forest
management for the property as
well as for all other possible uses.
The part of this island owned by
the University consists of some 3000
acres which were presented by for-
mer governor Chase S. Osborn.

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English 230: Spenser and His 'Age: There
A.H., at 3:30 p.m. to decide upon the time at
meet.

will be meeting at 2213
which this class should
M. P. Tilley.,

MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY -
Marquette is believed to be the
first majonr Peducatinl inc~ ti ir

Psychology 211. Central Nervous System and Mental Processes:
There Will be a meeting today at 4 o'clock, room 2125 Natural Science
Building, to arrange class hours and credit.

zanque ZAL . aro ' . aY ar A.
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY-In-
structors here are planning to
commute by airplane to other
cities this 'winter in order to con-
duct extension courses.

ed by Howard H. Jones, head coach cess. The United States and Great acquainting Butler students with to offer football in fhe morning,
of the university. The game takes Britain already have ratified the America's relations to other coun- afternoon, and night in one sea-
place on a large cardboard replica j treaty. tries. son.
of a gridiron. Participants are al-__
lowed a choice of 750 plays, the out-
come of any of which is determined

Seminar in Social Theory:
first meeting will be held at 4
at Lane Hall.

The
p.m.

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Mechanical Engineering 52 and
$3. There will be a meeting of c
;hose interested in these two classes
at 7:00 P.M. in Room 239 West En-:
gineering Bldg.
M. E. 2: For the benefit of those ?
students who classified late or did
not attend the first meeting of the
class, the assignment for Sections
III and IV for Friday, October 3 and
Thursday, October 2 respectively, is
Chapters I, IV and V, omitting Ar-
tidle 54, in "Elements of Machine
Design" by Kimball and Barr.
Comedy Club meets at 4 o'clock
in room 203, University Hall.

New and Second Hand
FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS AT

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Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
Saturday Night, Oct. 4 at 8:30
Eyes with burning radiance,
Smile with roving flash,
All that is gay and bewithing--
That is The Incomparable
CARO"LA GOY A
in her vivid Spanish Dances
SEATS NOW: $1, $1.50 and $2

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