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It WAGE EIGIT i

THE MIC14TGAN

DAILY

, ATURDAY, DEC EMBER 13, 1930

PAGE EIGYIT THF MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY. DECEMBER 13, 1930

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

SCULPTO RECSFaso Professor
to Friend' R

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.

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FAMOUJS GERMAN SCIENTIST, WIFE
OARLINER ON TRIP TO AMERICA A tNGANGSTERS
4\OARD H"MAYBE"PORTED ' y -

VOL. XLI.

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1930

NO. 65

Workmen on Memorial in Southj
Dakota Supervised by

NOTICES Gutzon Borglum.
President and Mrs. Ruthven will be at home from 4 to 6 o'clock on (By Associated Press)
the first two Sunday afternoons of each month to members of the fac- WASHINGTON, Dec. 12.-Twelve
ulties, their friends, and other residents of Ann Arbor. thousand tons of granite have been
blasted from the stony heart of
To Students having Librairy Books: the Black Hills to make place for a
1. Students having in their possession books drawn from the Uni- portrait of George Washington.
versity Library are notified that such books are due Monday, December Gutzon Borglum, famous sculptor
15, before the impending Christmas vacation, in pursuance of the Re- in charge, contentedly watched the
gents' regulation: process at the Mount Rushmore
"Students who leave Ann Arbor for an absence of more than a week;memorial m South Dakota.
must first return all borrowed books." About $51,000 was spent during
must ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I=i fis eunalbroe ok.teya.Brlmhas com lletd
2. Failure to return books before the vacation will render the stu- thels forBthe riuras cfnincln
models for the figures of .Lin coln
dent liable to an extra fine. and Jefferson, joined them to the
3. Students who have special need for certain books between De- finished head of Washington and
cember 15 and the beginning of the vacation may retain such books by adjusted them to the stone. The
applying to the Superintendent of Circulation on or before December 15. commission formally commended
4. Students who have special need for certain books during the the sculptor's economy.
vacation, will be given permission to draw these books, provided they The stone for the head of Jeffer-
are not in general demand, on application to the Superintendent of Cir- son has been blocked and is ready
culation after December 15. for the features. To the left of
Wm. W. Bishop, Librarian. Washington the rock has been
dressed for carving Lincoln's figure.
INTER-LIBRARY LOANS. Borglum has chosen a photograph
Cessation During Christmas Season. for the figure :of Rocsevelt-- &ne
Owing to the rush of business and to the congestion affecting both made shortly before his death.
the mails and the handling of express, the larger libraries of the country Borgilum has built a loe ,for
have agreed for some years past to stop inter-library loans between De- him and hi famisy wore
cember 15 and January 6. Any persons wishing to have books borrowed grom which he supervises fotren
from other libraries for use here during the Christmas holidays are re- mountain. Ti workmen are sUs1-
quested to arrange for this immediately with the Superintendent of the pended in steel and leather harners
Reading Room, as requests to borrow books will not be honored by most over the side of the cliff. The fig-
libraries (including the Library of this University) after December 15, ures are scaled to the proportions
and until January 6. of men 465 feet tall-Washington's
This notice is issued in order to avoid difficulties which have arisen nose is 60 feet long.
in past years. W. W. Bishop, Librarian.-

I (13yv Associat'd iPress)j
CHICAGO, Dec. 12.-James Henry
Breasted. the University of Chica.-
go's well known professor of Egypt-
'logy, is wary of persons who "knew
h s son John at Princeton," espe-
cially since his son's name is James.
Such a person told Mrs. Breasted
over the telephone last night that'
he was the "son of a wealthy coffeel
importer of Berkeley, Cal.," that
he had been robbed here and would
like to borrow enough money to get
home.
Mrs. Breasted became suscious
at the mistake in her son's name.
So did Prof. Breasted because he
had been warned by officials of the
university that parents of several
Princeton students had been vic-
timized by a similar traud recentlyj
Policemen stood guard and the man
failed to appear.
Gay Dreakfas-, Gloomy
Dinner, Baldwin Finds
(131" ,aci f' P"SO
GLASGOW, Scotland, Dec. 12.-
E'very morrning ii rosy for Stanley
Baldwin, the former premier gnd
:mw rector of Glasgow University.
hut the end of each day finds him
:Td:c in hone eess gloom. 'Whatever
the cares of the day I always enjo:;
my breakfast," he told the u.ilver-
sity students today. "Every morning
I am full of hope, faith and cheer.
By lunch time I've lost a great deal
of it, and by evening I've very
neary given up all hope of this
world or the next."I

Department of Labor to Make
Biographical Study
of Criminals.
( 3 "s'ociatcd rss)
WASHINGTON, Dec. 12._-- The
Government is thinking of present-
ing free tickets for ocean voyages
to certain gentlemen much in the
public prints.
The idea is one more relief pro-

Prof. Albert Einstein, famous German sci t, a he
theory of relativity, and Frau Einstein shown aboard the liner Belgen-
land as they sailed for the United States.

Econ. 125, Industrial Incentives: Date when written report is due
on rating of faculty by students has been changed to January 8.
Z. C. Dickinson.
Seniors: There is only one week left in which to have your picture
taken for the Michiganensian. Unless you purchase your photographers
receipt and Dave your sitting before Dec. 18, your picture will not be
included in the book.
Notice to Fraternities and Similar Organizations: Campus organiza-
tions or individuals wishing to carry out charitable relief work in the
city during the coming vacation or later are asked to make use of the
Family Welfare Bureau for assistance. The Bureau will be able to give
advice which will help in reducing duplications, misdirected sympathy
and less effective service. Call Mrs. Boynton, Telephone 7026.
Warren E. Forsythe, M. D., President Family Welfare Bureau.
EVENTS TODAY.
Accounting Students: Mr. H. F. Vaughan of Remington Rand, Inc.,
will speak on "Accounting and Tabulating Machines" in Room 206 Tap-
pan Hall at 10:00 a.m. All students and others interested in accounting
practice and office machinery are invited to attend.
Pegasus will ride at 2:00 p.m. Please be at the Fairgrounds stable
promptly. .We will ride in the indoor ring if the weather necessitates.
Order horses at Ann Street stable.
Varsity R.O.T.C. Band: Sections rehearse today as follows: Trom-
bones at 10 a.m. at Morris Hall, Saxophones at 1 p.m. at Morris Hall,
First Clarinets at 3 p.m. at Morris Hall, All Cornets at 3 p.m. at Morris
Hall.

Engineers: Mr. Samuel Wyer, Consulting Engineer, will speak on
the Muscle Shoals Power Development in Room 348, West Engr. building,
at 11 a.m. Monday, December 15. All members of the Stump Speakers'
Society, as well as all Junior and Senior Engineers, will be excused from
classes in order to attend.
Acolytes: Meeting Monday, December 15, in 202 S. Wing at 7:30 p.m.
Professorf DeWitt H. Parker will read a paper on "Reflexive Relations."
Men's Education Club will meet Monday, December 15, at 7:00 p.m.
in Room 304, Michigan Union. Mr. Amelio Javier, graduate of the Uni-
versity of the Phillipines and a graduate student in the Law School,
will speak on Phillipine education.
Deutscher Zirkel: Meeting Tuesday Dec. 16, at 8:00 p.m. in the
Michigan League. Dr. Friedrich Sack will speak about Switzerland.
Camp Davis: Motion pictures, 1400 feet taken last summer, to be
shown in room 203, West Engineering Annex, at 2 p.m. Monday, Decem-
ber 15. All who may be interested are invited to attend.
Vulcans: Meeting at Union Sunday, December 14, at 5:00 pan. in
room 302. Professor W. G. Dow will speak.
Christmas Play Offerings: Play Production and the Women's League
will present their second annual joint Christmas offering of plays on
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, December 16, 17, and 18, nights in
the Lydia Mendelssohn theater. The plays to be given are Molier's "The
Affected Misses," and a Christmas scene from the Pickwick Papers, with
music by the Freshman Girls' Glee Club. Admission is free and seats
are reserved, but no telephone reservations will be made. Applications
in person will be filled at the Mendelssohn box-office, starting at 10
o'clock and continuing through the day.
Ialian Club: There will be a social at the Michigan League on De-
cem_ r I-- a1 h_ - 4 m. 1G - Tivue. . 'u ZT . a n rwi-;7sing,. l ..". 1.n4.r..4.e. re .

CHURCHILL'S TALK
FLAYED0 BY PRESS
Daily Herald Condemns Former
Chancellor for Speech
on India in Commons.
(13 Assoc aaed Press)
LONDON, Dec. 12. - Winston
Churchill, vigorous British Tory of
the Empire school, was compared
with George III, monarch whose
colonial policies cost England her
American colonies, by the Daily
Herald in an editorial today, vigor-
ously condemning the former chan-
cellor for his speech on India in
the Commons Friday.
The HeraM, which is the organ of
the Labor party and indirectly the
ministry, declared Mr. Churchill's
speech. was eloquent with evil, and
it called for a repudiation of his
disapproval of the Round Table
Conference and its work for greater
Indian autonomy by the respons-
ible statesmen of every party.
"Could blindJese to history go
further?" the Hierald asks. "This
was the temper of George III in
dealing with America."
The Liberal News Chronicle re-
garded the utterance as wicked,
and parts of it as grossly offensive.
It said that Stanley Baldwin, the
Cbnservative leader, should "repu-
diate it immediately in the plainest
terms."
The Conservatist Post, on the
other hand, described the address
as "characteristically patriotic and
forcible."
NOTICE!
Suits Pressed ... 30c
A'l kinds of alterations at cost.
CHAS.DOUKAS
1319 South University

TO DEBATE ON PROHIBITION
UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS-"Re-
solved, tlhat the eighteenth amend-
mentshouldube repealed and the
control of liquor traffic be reserved
to the several states" is a question
to be argued by the university's de-
bate squad.
E Hand embroidered, crewel
work pillows from
India $2.50
Jassamine Tea from
China ............50c
In beautiful Lacquer
Box .............$1.50 _
Pillows will make a most accept-
able gift which your girl friend,
your mother, or your boy friend
would appreciate.
Everybody, man or woman, ap.
=preciates a gift of Jassamine Tea.
Merrick Heirloom
Chinese Rug Shop
310 South Street°
LOOKERS ARE WELCOME
S LI liillllilliillliiiln t

gram, extended primarily to penefit
the neighbors of these candidate3
for foreign excursions of the one-
viay variety.
If the Department o Labor can
find among the country's notorious
gangsters some foreign-born who
have overlooked the technicality of
becoming citizens and swearing to
uphold the Constitution and laws
of the nation, they are in for some
inexpensive travel.
To be sure that none entitled to
fre ticl ets get overlooked, experts
of the department are conducting
biographical studies, going over the
life histories of Chicago's "public
enemies" and lists of prominent
pineapple-and-rod men of New
York and other large cities.
The work is being pushed by the
rew secretary of labor, William N.
Doak, but was initiated by his pre-
decessor, now Senator Davis, of
Pennsylvania. It is one of thi quiet
ways for Federal co-operation in
the suppression of crime which, the
department found usable without
infringing on states' rights. But the
more affluent racketeers, Doak
pointed out, can and do combat
deportation with the most expert
legal maneuvering. They do not
step upand ask for the free ticket.
Incidentally, the number one
man on Chicago's famous list is
apparently not among those fn-
titled to Government financed tra-
vel.
& --
BROWN-CRESs
& Company, Inc.
INVESTMENT
S EC U RI TIES
Orders executed on all ex-
changes. Accounts carried
on conservative margin.
Telephone 23271
ANN ARBOR TRUST BLDG.
~ 1st FLOOR

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Beta Kappa Rho Christmas party will be held in
League building at 8:00 p.m.
The "Upper Room" Bible Class will meet for the,
the holidays at 7 o'clock in the "Upper Room" at Lane
gan Mien are cordially invited.

the Cave of the
last time before
Hall. All Michi-

Wesleyan Guild will hold its annual Christmas party at 8:00 p.m.
in Wesley Hall. Eats and games and fun for everyone.
Cosmopolitan Club: Holiday party and dance at Women's Athletic
building, 8:00 to 12:00 p. m., today. Dancing, bridge and mah jong.
Native costumes to be worn if possible. Women admitted free; men:
members, fifty cents; non-members, one dollar.
Catholic Students: Dance and Reception for the Catholic members
of the Faculty, from 2:30 to 5:00 p.m. at the Michigan League.
COMING EVENTS
English I: Mr. Butchart's students will meet Monday evening, De-
cember 15, at 7 o'clock, in room 1025 A. H.
Seniors, School of Education: Election of officers Monday, Dec. 15,
at 4:00 o'clock, Room 4017, University High school.
RAISIN BROOK INN
On M-50. A Mile West of Dundee, Michigan
ROMANTIC TOUCH OF NEW YORK
A Riot of Fun . . . . Festivity
Excellent Food
HOT DANCE ORCHESTRA EVERY
SATURDAY NIGHT
Music Every Night. Dinners Served, A la Carte Service
Dine and Dance. Forget Trouble and Worries

comber 16, at 7:15 p.m. Mme. C. C. Wagner will sing. All interested are
cordially invited to attend.
Student Volunteer Meeting: Miss Behira Refik, grad., will speak on
"Constantinople and Its Grammar Schools," at the Student Volunteer
meeting in the fire-place room of Harris Hall, at 8:30 a.m. Sunday. All
those interested are cordially invited.
Wesleyan Guild: Christmas meeting will be held Sunday evening,
Dec. 14. It will be led by the Kappa Phi group of the Guild. Mrs. Fish-
er's Sunday School class will meet as usual at noon.
Liberal Students' Union meeting in the Unitarian church. Dr. A. P.
Reccord of Detroit will speak on his observations in Russia. Christmas
party will follow. Sunday at 7:30.

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The following Campus
Stores will remain
open to assist
you in your
Christmas Shopping
ALEXANDER INC.
MARQUARDT
SAFFELL AND BUSH

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The following titles are some of this year's list:-
BYRD-Little America ..........
BEARD-The American Leviathan.
GARLAND-Roadside Meetings ..
MUNTHE-Memories and Vagaries.
BARTON-Lincoln at Gettsburg.
KENT-North by East .....................
ADDAMS-Second Twenty Years at Hull House.
GANDHI-His Own Story ...... ..
JEANS-The Mysterious Universe... .
CABELL-Domnei . . ..............
BRADLEY-The Parade of Living...
CRUSE-The Englishman and his books in 19th Century
EMERSON-Voiceless India ............. .
New books arriving every day at

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