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'DAIY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication inthe 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. XL!. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1931 NO. 90

French 41 (same as French 2)
Frenc 153, allscn same as h11 French 2)
French 154 (same as French 2)
Spanish, February 11, a, n.
Spanish 1, all morning sections, room 1025 A. h.
Spanish 1, all afternoon sections, 231 A. h.
Spanish 2, all sections, room 35 A. h.
Spanish 31, all sections, 103 R. L.
Spanish 32, both sections (same as Spanish 2)

NOTICES
Faculty of the Colleges of Engineering and Architecture: There will
be a meeting of the faculty of these colleges on Thursday, January 29,
at 4:15 p.. mn., in room 343 West Engineering building. Vice-President
Yoakum has been invited to address this meeting.
Louis.A. Hopkins, secretary.
Graduate School: All graduate students aho expect to complete
thleir worJk for a degree at the close of the present semester should call
at the office of the Graduate school, room 1014, Angell hall, to check
thleir records and to secure the proper blank to be used in paying the
diploma fee. The fee must be paid before the end of the semester,

Drama 149 will not meet this week. Members of the class are ex-
pected to see the production of student-written plays as preparation for
part of the fu.!al examination. G. D). helm.
EVENTS TODAY
University Loan Committee meets at 1:30 p. mn., in room 2, Uni-
versity hall. Students filing applications with office of the dean of
students should call at that office for appointment with the committee.
Rexford Keller. student of Professor Palme~r C~hrist-iain f the Schoon1

Stops off at Homeof Moter in 3IN1D
IHamtramack Police Strike Back
.~4*: ~at Underworld for Asault
on Jury Witness.
19h1(v -~i
T DETROIT, Janu 27 -With one
tempted murder mnd sheriff's offi-
cers engaged in wholesale raids on
* alleged Haintramck vice resorts,
the law was striking back at the
underworld today for the attempt-
ed assassination Monday of "Stut-
&ering Harry" Somninsky, important
grand jury witnessh a sae
with Sominsky in a Linwood Ave.
drug store Monday morning when
*9 e an unidentified gunnman opened
Sfire, was taken from headquarters
. ae~rsge of the 22-man Wayne county grand
Lady Bruce, English air pilot, who is flying around the world, anydt the charge aaint ho u
stopped off at New Albany, Ind., where her mother was born. The changed from "suspicion of per-
aviatrix, right, IS being presented with a bouquet from girl scout Thelma jury" to "suspicion of attempted
Durbin. murder."

February 13. of Music, will give a graduation recital, at 4:15, in Hill auditorium.
Graduate students should make their second semester elections in
the office of the Graduate school the week of February 9. New students, Tap Dancing Classes meet at 4 o'clock in Barbour gymnasium this
or students transferring from other schools or colleges, should register afternoon.
at the same time. A student planning to transfer should ask the secret- -______
ay of his school or college to prepare and send to the office of the A. S. C. E. Dinner meeting at the Union, 6:15. Professor Riggs will
Graduate school an official transcript of his undergraduate record, speak on "Engineering and Law."
G. Carl Huber, dean.

Paul Robeson in Song Recital: Paul Robeson, Negro baritone, assisted
by Lawrence Brown at the piano will give the ninth concert in the
Choral tUnion series, Monday night, February 2, at 8:15 o'clock in Hill
auditorium at which time he will sing the following numbers: Negro
spirituals, Go down, Moses; Git on board, li'l chillen; Deep River; Didn't
my Lord deliver Daniel?; Water Boy; Didn't it rain; Dere's a man goin,
round takin' names; I want to be ready; Steal away; Joshua fit de
battle ob Jericho; and Beethoven: Die Ehre Gottes aus der Natur;
Mozart: 0 Isis und Osiris; Edward Purcell: Passing By; Schumann: The
Two Grenadiers; Borodin: A Dissonance; Gretchaninow: The Captive.
Piano Graduation Recital: Frances Peck, pianist, student of Pro-
fessor Maud Okkelberg of the School of Music, will give the following
progranl at her graduation recital Friday afternoon, January 30, at 4:15
o'clock in Lydia Mendelssohn theatre, to which the general public is
Invited:
Bach:~ Prelude and Fugue in C sharp minor; Brahms: Intermezzo,
Op. '117; Brahms: Capriccio, Op. 76; Rameau-Godowsky: Tambourin.'
.Ranmeau-Godowsky: Elegie; Beethoven: Thirty-Two variations on a
theme in C minor; Metner: Quatre Conte, Op. 26, No. 1; Scriabine:
Etuzde-Op. 8, No. 1; Ravel: Oiseaux Tristes; Manual Infante: El Vito.
Candidates for the Teacher's Certificate: All candidates for the
tegcher's :cer-tificate who expect to graduate in February are required
to.,take a general professional examination covering the courses in edu-
cationi which -are required for that certificate. This examination will
lheiheld in sthe auditorium' of the University high school on Saturday,
Ipbruar3(14,7931, from 9 to 12 o'clock. Students planning to take the
nZamiation at this time must leave their names with Miss Clark in
ro r 1437 Upiiversity Elementary school before February 1st.
C. 0. Davis, secretary.
IHay Fever Cases: Students subject to spring type of hay fever, rose
tolds and siglilar disturbances are advised to report at the Health Serv-
ee soon for tests, if not already done. Protective treatments must be
given long in advance of the season.
-University Women: Lists of vacancies in approved houses for the
secohid semester are now ready in the office of the Dean of Women and
are available to those desiring them.
Pre-Medical Students: The aptitude test for students planning to
enter a medical school in September, 1931, will be given in Angell hall,
rooiii 25, on Friday, February 13, 1931. This test can be given only once
a year. There will be no make-ups. Students are asked to bring both
their treasurer's receipt and their student identification card.
Ira M. Smith, registrar.

Aeronautical Society meets at 7:30, in room 348 West Engineering
bldg. Mr. George H-ineman, national authority on lighter-than-air
flight, will speak on his ballooning experiences.
inGlider Section will meet immediately following Aero society, tonight,
iroom 348 West Engineering bldg. Some new developments have
come up which will be placed before the Section.
Mathematical Club: Tea colloquium at 3:30 p. in., in room 3201 A. H.
Romance Languages Journal Club meets at 4:10 p. in., in room 408
R. L. bldg. Mr. Nelson W. Eddy will speak on "Galicia Becomes Self-
Conscious" and Prof. Charles P. Wagner will present a paper on "Lope
de Vega's Fifteen Hundred Comedias."
Varsity R. 0. T. C. Band will rehearse at 7:15 tonight.
University Girls Glee Club: Regullar meeting at 7:30 this evening.
There will be no excuses; everyone must be present.
Student Council Picture will be taken at 5:00 p. mn., at Dey's studio.
Sophomore Prom Committee meeting at 4:30 p. mn., in the Garden
room of the Michigan league.
Gargoyle Business Staff meets at 4:00 p. mn. Tryouts report at 3:00
p. mn., for mailing out.
COMING EVENTS
University Lecture: Thursday, January 29, 4:15 p. in., Natural
IScience auditorium. Dr. Ralph W. Gerard, professor of physiology of
the University of Chicago: "The Activity of Nerve and Brain."
History 61. (A. E. R. Boak): The final examinations will be held at
9o'clock, February 3, in 205 Mason hall.
History 11, Lecture Section One final examination February 4, 9-12.
Mr. Long's and Mr. Scott's sections in the Natural Science auditorium;
Mr. Keinpers' and Mr. Slosson's in room 1025 Angell hall.
Speech 31 Final Examination will be held Thursday morning, Feb-
ruar 1, accordi nl tothe following schedule: A to K, inclusive,-Room
25 A H.;L toZ, ncluiveRoom102 A. H
. hildren's Rhythm Classes: A new series of classes in rhythms for
children wil begin on Saturday, January 31, in Barbour gymnasium.
Children from 5 to 8 years will meet at 10 o'clock and those from 8 tol
12 years at 11 o'clock.
.Geological Journal Club will meet Thursday, Jan. 29, at 8:00 p. in.,
in room 4065 N. S. bldg. (Russell seminary room)..
Program: Mr. A. Copeland. "Topographic Sketching from the air
and mineral prospectinge iWestern Ontario." ilas "ehd n
Geological Surveying."
Faculty Women's Club: The January meeting will be held Thursday
afternoon in the Lydia Mendelssohn theatre. The program (charades)
will start promptly at 3 o'clock and the doors will be closed during each
act. Unpaid annual dues (one dollar) can be paid at this meeting or
sent to Mrs. J. H. Hodges, 722 Whaley court.
Psychological Journal Club will mneet at 7:30 p. in., on Thursday, Jan.
29, in room 3126 Natural Science bldg. Dr. Edward Greene will discuss
some recent research in new intelligence tests. .All interested are invited
to attend.

ANN ARB OR NEWS-BRIEFS

I. A. Capizzi, assistanit prosecutor
said Soininsky told him of receiv-
ing a warning from Kaplan Sunday
''not to talk too much to the grand
jury." It was to get further details
about that warning that Sominsky
met Kaplan at the drug store.
dSherii' orfocera began late Mon-
indications that the move had been
anticipated, for the first five places
visited were found to have been
vacated hurriedly.

Abbott, Hutzel Head Democratic
Rnks; Are Opposed by
M'Donald, Newkirk.
With the deadlne yesterday peti-
tions announcing candidacies of
both Democrats and Republicans
for city positions were filed at the
office of the city clerk at a rapid
rate.
Within the last two days, 11 peti-
tions have been filed, lining up the
parties for the city's biennial spring
election.
IHeading the Democratic party are
Horatio J. Abbott and Charles J.
Hutzel, candidates in the mayoral-
ty and council president races, res-
pectively. On the other hand, Re-
pblican candidates have also sfile
nominee for mayor and Albert L.
McDonaldo the nominee for presi-
The total number of candidates
filing petitions for the spring elec-
tion yesterday numbered 36.
Abbott and Hutzel filed petitions
yesterday. The candidates of New-
kirk and McDonald have been an-
nounced some time ago.
Kiwanis Club to Give
Sale to Aid Children
In an attempt to raise funds to
continue the work of providing ed-
ucational and recreationa facilities
the University hospital, the Ann
Arbor Kiwanis club will begin to-
morrow a three-day rummage sale.
The residents of Ann Arbor and
of the county are being called upon
to aid in this work by donating ar-
ticles such as clothing, shoes, and
produce. The proceeds from the
sale of th rgifts will be used in the
This sale is conducted each year
and the funds are augmented by a
newspaper sale once a year.

Three Junior Schools
Pla Promotion Rites
junir hih school students, who
next Monday will be transferred to
the senior high school, will be held
today in three schools, Mack, Jones
and Tappan.
Tappan school will graduate 45
pupils, Mack school 29, and the
Te fsto semester for public
schoos wil cose this Friday.

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Reserved for Final Examination in English I:
Sections taught by
Abbot and Davis,
Bisand Curtis
Appel
Brown
Boothe and Everett
Flewelling
stevens, Hornberger and Bebout (C Section)
Butchart
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Nelson and Peterson
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Tenney and Watson
wetzel
Wells and Weimer

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Friday, 4:15, Jan. 30-Mendelssohn Theatre
GRADUATION RECITAL
Frances Peck, Pianist
NO ADMISSION CHARGE
Monday, 8:15, Feb. 2-Hill Auditorium
PAUL ROBESON
Negro Baritone
In Choral Union Series
Tickets: $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50
Sunday, 4:15, Feb. 8-Mendelssohn Theatre
CHAMBER MUSIC CLASS
Presented by HAN.NS PICK
Assisted by

-Conflicts in Final Examinations, Engineering College: Attention is
called to thle fact that today is the last day upon which to turn in
rgeporofconfics in final examinations at my office, room 3223.East
General Exams, French & Spanish: Please note: Exams in French
& Bpanish: do not come on the same day as in the past; French 71 is
examined Wednesday, February 4, p. mn. Rooms andi Dates:
French 1, all morninh anF10 o'cloc 4sections, room 25 A. h.
French 1, 2:00 and 3:00 o'clock sections and literary students in
engineering classes, room 231 A. h.
Firench 2, all sections, West gallery, Alumni Memorial hall.
French 11, all sections (same as French 2)
Frencli 31, 'all morning and 2:00 o'clock sections, Nat. Science au-
ditorium.
French 31, 1:00 o'clock sections and literary students in Eng. classes,
room 103 R. L.
French 32, all s'ections. 101 economics.

Aeronautical Society
to ea Hneman Tal
George Hineman, '27E, will speak
before the Aeronautical society at
7:30 o'clock tonight in room 348,
West Engineering building. He will
discuss his experiences in various
phases of aviation.
Last year, Hineman, with Milford
Vanik a30Ecompeted pin th na-
Cleveland entry.

DR. SCH URZ
DENTIST
Formerly of State St. is now lo-
cated at 606 First Nat'l. Bank
Bldg.
PHONE 6335

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