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FRID:'. 1'. DECEMBER 19, 1930

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DAILY FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1930

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.

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VOL. XLI. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1939 NO. 70 I
NOTICES
Automobile Regulation: The Automobile Regulation will be lifted
at 12:00 o'clock noon and will be resumed at 8:00 o'clock a.m. on Monday,
January 5, 1931.
W. B. Rea, Assistant to the Dean.
Classification, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, School of
Education, and School of Music: Beginning Monday, January 5, Fresh-
men in these divisions of the University may classify. Call at Room 4,1
U. H., any day for the necessary blanks. Then, to avoid finding a long1
line ahead of you, bring the blanks back according to the following}
schedule: Letters A to C inculsive, Monday; D to H inclusive, Tuesday; I
I to M inclusive, Wednesday; N to S inclusive, Thursday; and T to- Z
inclusive, Friday. These five days will be given over to the classification
of F4rchnv h ~ r~rvl

Gves Defense Testimony
n Form of Story on His i
Career in Bank.
(PY Associated Press )
Lh T ic-h., Dec. 18.-Grant J.
Brcwn, former president of theI
Union Industrial Bank of Flint, on
trial charged with embezzlement of
$30,368 of the bank's funds, today
was to continue the story of his lifeE
and denial of the charge which he
started Wednesday afternoon. The
defense was expected to rest today,I
with the probability the case would

Bids

for Bui ding of Boulder
Canyon Project to be
Opened March 4.
(Bv As ,ciated Press)

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Uo. I IeI±LLL xc1 ~A±yVei reach the jury Friday.
Beginning Saturday morning, January 10, the few remaining Sen- Brown, who is acting as his own'
fors, Juniors, and Sophomores who have not yet classified may do so. attorney. gave his testimony in the
form cf a story which he related
Copies of the Campus Edition of the Abridged Announcement of the as he sat in the witness chair, fac
Summer Session of 1931 may be obtained at the registration offices of ing the jury.
all schools and colleges. "I carried it from a bank with a I
t_____capitalization of $30,000 and a sur-
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information: plus of $10,000 and no business to a
Students interested in securing permanent positions (except teaching) Associated Press Photo bank of $32,000,000, which was rec-
after graduation in February or June may register at 201 Mason Hall, When Ruth NicholssNE tWt'utiono it ty gil, came roaring out of theIognized as one of the outstanding
Thursday and Friday, December 18 and 19, and January 5 to 9, inclusiv West with two new transonti speed records to her credit, her nsfed.e
incusiemother, Mrs. E. N. Nichols, was it Rcooseelt feld, N. Y., to welcome her. drd
Hours for registration, 9:00 to 12:00 and 2:00 to 4:00.,.d , As he detailed his career as an
Miss Nichols recently capturec the east-west flying record and on the executive of the bank, Brown told
Speech 43: A new section, No. 3, of Course 43, Interpretative Read- return trip completed a two-day, e-stop flight from coast to coast i of how he had an arrangement
ing will be offered at 8 o'clock on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, in the record time of 13 hours, 21 minutes and 43 seconds. with C. S. Mott, now president of
Room 4006 A. H., by Dr. Eich. - - _ __- -the Union Industrial Bank, and D.
dg r s lt 1 D. Aitken, now deceased, founders
Judge Frees Violator -.stern Oil Operators of the original bank, whereby they
Speech 31 and 32: An additional section in Speech 32 has beenoofStaeoLquo a b Ranfwoating*tock
opened which will meet Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at nine o'clock o____ wLiquoroadd btak y them.in equa
Room 4208, Angell Hall. Students unable to accommodate themselves in (By Associated P'resds) (Py Ascited Pres) proportions. Brown asserted that
Sections of Speech 31 or 32 that are already closed should confer with LANSING, Dec. 18.-A liquor law De 1.-Drastic Mopt d accunmulatehundreds
Mr. Densmore. fiLOS ANGELES, Dcof.-ratc sathaes of the atockhndrted
violator sentenced under the m 'x3 reduction of California oil produc- of shares of the bank stock and the
datory terms of the Cuthbertsco witness said that he felt that he
Junior Girls' Play Tryouts: All girls who are called for second try- liquor law was freed Wednesday ton was agreed upon yesterday at had the right to purchase stock
outs for the Junior Girls' Play are asked to see Dr. Bell, and to present after serving only a few months of a conference of the state-wide oil and had done so until he acquired
an approval slip from her to the Junior Girls' Play Committee when a two-year prison term, because the oErators general committee. 599 shares.
making appointments for the try-outs. sentencing judge believed he had-e.____ - ------
Alice C. Lloyd. had enough punishment. I.---On-Your-Trip
COMING EVENTS On You r Trip Home
Geology 31 Bluebook: January 5. A-L inclusive in room 25 A. H. We serve
M-Z inclusive in room 1121 N. S., Psychological lecture room at West Don t forget to take
Entrance to Natural Scienice building I n Wd '. . .. .l

WASHINGTON. Dec. 18.-Plans
call for construction of the giant
clam of the Boulder Canyon pro-
ject to start about April 10.
Secretary Ray Lyman Wilbur
'made public today the specifica-
tions just approved by him. Bids
will be opened March 4. The con-
Associated Press Photo tract for the dam, power house and
all parts of the power generation
Grant J. Brown, i system will be awarded to one bid-
Former president of the Union, der.
Industrial Bank of Flint, who is The first ower is slated to be
arguing his own case in a trial for Tenerated py terailthe Colo
embezzlement of bank funds. d tRiver d1a35. eretary Wil-
bur has named the dam after Pres-
Free Railroad Tickets ident Hoover.
Attract Many Buyers Vtera.s of all American military
___lbranches and citizens of the Uni-
(Bs Associated ,ress ited States will be preferred to do
WARSAW, Dec. 18.--Impetus was' the work. The contractor will be
given to railway travel in Poland required to recruit labor from these
from the small town of Szubin two classes, so far as possible. Be-
when ticket purchasers discovered tween 1,000 and 3,000 jobs will be
the office issuing free tickets for available.
any distance. A long line of travel- Reclamation Commissioner Mead
ers beseiged the office. ; said $300,000,000 would be spent on
Police, attracted by the extraordi- the project, of which $165,000,000
nary scene, found John Neizgodski, has been authorized by Congress.
who had escaped from an asylum, The remainder will be expended by
in the ticket office. I the states affected.
FRATERNITY JEWELRY PARTY FAVORS
ARCADE JEWELRY SHOP
CARL F. BAY
JEWELER AND OPTOMETRIST
Nickels Arcade

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Edison Thinks Prohibition Law Has Helped
American Industrial, Economic Conditions

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Filled with delicious
BETSY ROSS CANDIES
The Betsy Ross Shop
13-15 Nickels Arcade

(By Associated Press)
NEWARK, N. J., Dec. 18.-Thomas
A. Edison expregsed the, opinion
Wednesday that prohibition has
helped the industrial and econo-
mic life of America and that its
enforcement is improving daily.
His belief was set forth in an
swer to a questionnaire submitted
to him by Rev. James K. Shields,
superintendent of the New Jersey
Anti-Saloon league.
The six questions and answers:
Q. Do you approve o' the eight-
eenth amendment to the constitu-
tion of the United States? If so,
why?
A. Yes. 'It is a necessary aid to
permit practical enforcement of
prohibition all over the country.
Q. Has it helped the industrial
and economic life of America at,
home and strengthened the' in-
dustrial standing of our nation a-
broad?
A. Yes, and to a greater extent
than realized.
Q. In your judgment are chil-
dren better fed and clothed and
educated since the coming of na-
tional prohibition than they were
before?
A. In my judgment I would say
decidedly yes. Let me cite my ex-
perience as a manufacturer, simi-
lar to that of other manufacturers.

On pay days before prohibition
hundreds of pale-faced women,
shabbily dressed, some with faded
shawls around their heads, appear-
ed at our factory at West Orange.
Architectural Exhibit
to be Continued Later
Plans for the exhibit of architec-1
tural designs and sketches now be-
ing shown in the corridors of the
architectural building call for its
continuation after the holidays,
Prof. H. A. Fowler, of the art de-
partment, announced yesterday.
The exhibit includes works of stu-
dents from all the leading archi-
tectural schools of the country and
has been showing all this week.
Works of Michigan students are al-
so being shown in the exhibit, some
of " them those which are in the
contest for the May party decora-
tion prize.
Plans for industrial and scientific
buildings are in the majority in the
exhibit presenting a variety of color
and design. Homes and laboratories
are particularly interesting while
the modernistic plans for airports,
hangars and administration build-
ings have aroused considerable
comment.

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Reduced Prices
GREETING CARDS
STATIONERY
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GIFT ITEMS
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