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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

PHOTOGRAPHS OF FRANCE'S LEADING
CITIZENS ON EXHIBITION IN LIBRARY

ition in the
University.
esident until

Bulletin is constructive notice to
Copy received at the office of the
3:30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday..

all members
Assistant to

. XLII.-

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1932

No. 84

NOTICES

Pharmacy Students: All elections for the Second Semester should be
1 in Room 250, Chemistry and-Pharmacy building, either Wednesday
'hursday, Jan. 20 and 21. Office hours: 11 to 12; 1 to 5.
C. C. Glover, Secretary.
Architects: All students who have not yet filled out the blanks, giv-
the names of instructors who will turn in term marks, are asked to
TODAY at the Office of the College.
Shop 5 and Section III in Shop 2 will not meet this afternoon. The
eral of Mr. T. J. Kncebone will be held at the Dolph Funeral Parlors
:30 p. M.
Jewish StUdents: All those desiring free tutoring are requested ,to
the Hillel Foundation not later, than Thursday.
Sophomore Wlongen: Any student who deposited one dollar with Ruth
ejoy and has not collected it may have it today by calling at the
t in the basement of Barbour gymnasium. This is positively the last
ortunity for collecting your dollar.
CONCERT TODAY
Twilight Organ icc;ial: Arthur Poister, organist at the University of
lands in California, will appear as guest organist in Hill Auditorium
15 this afternoon.
MEETINGS TODAY
Electrical Engineering 11: The special bus for Trenton Channels
er station of the Detroit Edison Company will leave the Engineering
1i at 1:05 p. m.
Mathematical Tea in Room 3001 A.H., at 4 p. mi.
German Department: Regular monthly luncheon at 12:15 o'clock at
Michigan Union.
Research Club meets at 8 p. m., in Room 2528 East Medical. Prof.
. Cross will present a paper on "English Local Courts, Old and New,"
Prof. F. N. Blanchard one on "Studies on the Life Histories and
its of Michigan Snakes." The Council will meet at 4:05 p. m., in
m 2083 Natural Science building.
Graduate Club in Education meets at 7:15, in: the Elementary School
ary. Miss Anne Siena will report on- her problem "An Analytical
dy of Transcription Difficulties." All men and women interested in
cation are invited to be present.
Botanical Seminar meets at 4:30, Room 1139, N.S. bldg. Paper by
3. Mains-"Powdery Mildews of the Grasses."
Chemical Engineering Seminar: Mr. Leonrd Boddy will address the
dinar at 4 o'clock in Room 3201 East Engineering building on the sub-
, "The Behavior of Henry's Constant with Changes of Temperature
Composition."
Pi Tau Pi Sigma: Meeting at 7:30 p. i., Michigan Union. Prof. A. D
ore will speak on the selection of electives.
Quarterdeck: Meeting at 8 p. m., in Room 319, Michigan Union.
Glider Section meeting in Room 348 West Engineering building, 7:30
n. All members are requested to be present to discuss future flying
ns-
University Girls' Glee Club: Regular rehearsal at 7:15 p. in., in the
amittee room. ,
'Varsity Band: Rehearsal tonight ,at Morris Hall at 7:15 sharp.k
University of Michigan Radio Club meets at 7:30 p. m., in Room 248
the West Engineering building. Prof. Lewis N. Holland will give a
lre-demonstration on "Some Interesting Uses of Vacuum fi'ubes." All
crested persons are invited.
Dr. Frederick Fisher will meet with the students, at 4 o'clock forrthe

Copies of Pictures Are Presented
to 12 Other Universities
and Colleges.
A collection of "Messages Fran-
cais"-photographs of 135 of the
leading citizens of France, includ-
ing most of the members of the
French Academy-is on exhibition
today in the lobby of the Univer-
sity library, gifts of Edouard Cham-
pion, Paris publisher, and G. L.
Manuel, a member of a prominent
Paris photography firm.
The photographs, which are au-
tographed and dedicated to the
University by the men they repre-
sent, were brought from France by
Premier Pierre Laval on the Ile de
France and called to the attention
of President Hoover. Copies of the
pictures have been presented 'to 12
other American colleges and uni-
versities, including Bryn Mawr,
California, C h i c a g o, Columbia,
Dartmouth, Harvard, Illinois, Min-
nesota, P r i n c e t o n, Washington,
Wisconsin, and Yale.
According to a letter received by
President Alexander G. Ruthven
a time.
Among the men pictured are Ray-
Mounted Police Seek
to Capture Trapper
AKLAVIK, N. W. T., Jan. 19.-(P)
-Defiance of the law by a crazed
Rat river trapper barricaded in his
cabin-dugout 80 miles south of here
drew 10 Royal Canadian Mounted
Policemen across the vast white-
ness of the Arctic today.
The party left 4Aklavik and no
word has been received from it
since.
Kiugh Scores Federal
Ownership of Stations
CHICAGO, Jan. 19.-(IP)-Paul
Klugh, vice president of the Zenith
Radio coporation, told the radio
industry today that government
ownership and operation of broad-
casting stations would lower the
standard of programs at the ex-
pense of the public.

from Yale University the exhibition
was organized by M. Marraud, for-
mer French minister of public in-
struction, and was continued by the
American charge d' affairs upon the
death of Myron Herrick, American
ambassador to France, who had
taken an interest in the work for
mend Poincare, Marshall Foch,
Paul Vaery, Andre Marois, Paul
Morand, and Jean Cocteau, 'and
others who represent the highest
type of French diplomats as well as
the leaders in artistic endeavor.
Excavators Search
for More WealthI
in Forgotten Tomb
OAXACA CITY, Mexico, Jan. 19.
--(A)--A new "gold fever," akin to
that which brought the conquisita-
dores across the Atlantic and turn-
ea, Spanish commoners -into golden
knights almost exactly 400 years
ago, swept the' whole Oaxaca val-
ley today.
Following the discovery of a f or-
gotten to mb of a group of ancient
Mixtecan nobles last week and the
uncovering of millions of dollars
worth of gold and jewels, the be-
lief grew among thepeople today
that further fabulous treasure
awaits the excavator's spade and
'pick.
A party of the government's prin-
cipal archaeologists. ha& arrived to
study the treasure, which is now
under heavy military guard..
The government party is headed
by Raydgadas Vertiz, Mexican arch-
aeologist director, Ignacio Marqu-
ina, director of pre-hispanic mon-
uments, and Fernaodo Borbollf, di-
rector of anthropology of the Na-
It is the potential treasure that
still awaits whoever may be able
to find the lost Mixtecan royal city,
however, that fired Oaxacan imag-
inations. The present find is out-
side the true Mixtecan country, and
the ancient capital, where the re-
mainder of the Mixtecan kings held
court and were buried, holds the
prospect of discoveries much great-
er than the present one.

Modification in Prohibition Lawj
Demanded by Oklahoma
Executive.
STARTLES CONVENTION
t*~
Believes Present Condition Will
Not Prove Solution to ,
Liquor Controf.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 19.-(A)-A
Lstartled Anti-Saloon league con-
vention weighed today a surprise
suggestion from Gov. Murray of
Oklahoma that a more satisfactory
form. of liquor control might be
fsubstitutel for existing prohibi-
tion.
Recognized as a dry, the pictures-
que "Alfalfa Bill" was given prom-
inent place on Monday night's pro-
gram of the big biennial conven-
tion, following close upon a stir-,
ring address by Bishop James Can-
non, jr., defending the prohibition
part he and other southern church-
men had played in political cam-
paigns, and promissing mare of the
same if necessary.
The Oklahoman had distributed
to the press a speech which among
other thi gs asserted he believed
"that prohibition will not prove
the wisest legal solution of the con-
trol of the liquor traffic."
Audience is Unmoved. ,
This sentence and some others
like it he left unuttered when he
mounted the platform, but the
general tenor of the original draft
was maintained and afterward he
explained he would stand absolute-
ly back of the written version.
"I got started off wrong and
never could get back. I kept a close
eye on that crowd &nd I knew they
weren't in sympathy with my
views. The mentality of the crowd
wasn't what I expected." With that
he let the matter pass.
His analysis .of the audience's
sympathies apparently was correct.
They followed his words closely
but with almost 4o applause. Af-
terward the chairman of the
league's executive committee, Dr.
A. J. Barton of Wilmington, N. C.,
said he might have some comment
later. There was much informal
discussion among the leaders but,
no action was taken.

GUY. MURRAY ASKS
CHANGE IN LWJQUORI
LAW ENFRUCEMENT

FAVORITE SON

_ x Derenz tudzos.
Harry Flood Byrd, former gover-
nor of Virginia and vice chairman
of the democratic national commit-
tee, was endorsed for the democra-
tic nomination for president by the
general assembly of Virginia.
DECISION ON DEBT
MAY BE DELAYED
French May Delay Reparations
Until After Elections.
PARIS, Jan.19.-(AP)-The French
government today nmulled over a
plan to postpone the Lausanne re-
parations conference until after
elections which are due in France,
the United States and Germany in
the course of this year.
The proposal included extension
of the rrioratorium on German rep-
arations possibly until the end of
the year and a concurrent exten-
sion of deferment of war debts due
the United States.
Premier Pierre Laval sought the
view of the United States govern-
ment on the matter, through Am-
bassador Walter E' Edge; He told
Ambassador Edge it would be dif-
ficult for him to go before the
French parliament with sugges-
tion for an extension of th mora-
torium to Germany, originally pro-
posed by President Hoover, with-
out knowing what the attitude of
the United States would be.
At midnight a semi-official note
was issued here giving the coming,
elections as the reasons for the
proposal to postpone the ,Lausanne
conference.

POLIE INTEIRU
FUNERAL__CORTE[
Officials in Chicago Use Anc
Ordinance to Stop Four
Union Drivers.
CHICAGO, Jan. 19.-(/P)-Pu
officials today were attempting
use an old city ordinance to p
ecut.e four funeral cortege dri
for refusal to proceed to a ceme
with the body of a woman bec
privately driven automobiles
in the procession.
They said the almost foigco
ordinance, which makes it mi
meanor to interfere with a fur
gave them a weapon to prevent
terruptions in such corteges.
The four men, William I
Arnold Lauschka, William Foy
Frank Foy, were arrested and
leased on bond Monday in the
est flareup in 'the chauffeurs' u
attempt to have all-union di
corteges, which union officials
was begun to relieve unemi
ment. among drivers and as a
flic safety measure.
The funeral was that of
Stratigoula Economakos. Justrs
of the loop the funeral proses
suddenly stopped. The union d
ers left their cars, locked them
announced they would drive no
ther until the private cars drop
out of the procession.
Someone called for polici
squad seized four of the 'dri
deprivedthem of the keys to
cars, and took them to the p(
station. Two other drivers rele
and refused to join the "walk-
One policeman took charg
the hearse. Assistant State's
torney Edward Markham drove
flower car and two other pc
men each took charge of a n
ner s car. Then, preceded by a
torcycle escort and followedk
detective squad armed with
chine guns, the cortege proce
to the cemetery.
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Theta Sigma Phi meeting for prospective members who wish further,
information concerning the organization Thursday, 7:15, at the League.
Pi Lambda Theta meeting at 7:30 Thursday evening, Jan. 21, in the-
Library of the Elementary School. President Ruthven and other mem-
bers of the faculty have been invited as well as all women interested in
Education.
Alpha Nu of Kappa Phi Sigma: Michiganensian -picture will be taken
at Spedding's Studio promptly at 5 o'clock Thursday. All members on
campus, inactive and faculty as well as actives, are urged to be present.
Beta Kappa Rho: There will be an informal dancing party at the
Women's Athletic building Saturday evening, Jan. 23, from 9 to 12.
Board of Representatives of the Women's' League: The 'Ensign pic-
ture must be retaken Thursday, at 12 o'clock at Spedding's Studio. All
members please be there promptly.

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Harris Hall: Rev. William L. Wood of the Episcopal Theological
ool, Cambridge, Mass., is conducting a series of lectures and discus-
is Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of this week at Harris Hall. There
I be 'a short service in 'the Chapel at the Hall at 12:10 today which
1 be followed by luncheon. In the afternoon Mr. Wood will hgld a
cussion group at 4:15. All students and those interested arc cordially
Ited. . y .
Mr. Oscar Ameringer will speak tonight at the Natural Science
litorium on the subject, "Unemployment, the Cause, and Cure." Mr.
eringer has ben very active in labor movements and the Socialist
rLy for some time. He is now editor of the paper, "The American
ardian."
Chess and Checker Club meets this evening in Rooms 323-325, Union.
Senior Ball Committee: Pictures for the 'Ensian will be taken at
edding's Studio at 5:30 o'clock.
COMING EVENTS
A.S.M.E. Student Branch, meeting Thursday at 4 p. in., in Room 229,
st Enginepring building. Prof. A. D. Moore will talk on "The Job Sit-
ion-1932." Everyone invited.
Applied Mechanics Colloquium: Prof. G. Y. Rainich will present a
per on "The Theory of Relativity and the Possibilities of its Applica-
n to Engineering Mechanics," Thursday, 7:30 p. in., Room 445, West
g. bldg. Recent literature will be reviewed by Prof. H. C.mAdams.
Observatory Journal Club will meet Thursday, Jan. 21, at 4:15, in
e Observatory lecture room. Mr. Roy K. Marshall will review the
iles "The Astronomy of the Mayas," by Ludendorff. Tea will be
'ved at 3:45.
National Association of Cost Accounting, Detroit Chapter: Meeting
Chrysler Plant, 12200 East Jefferson, Detroit, Thursday, Jan. 21. Plant
itation, 4 to 6 p. m. Dinner, 6:30 p. in.. Technical session, 8 p. in., to
addressed by F. I. Figsbee of Ernst and Ernst on "An Approach to a
oper Concept of Management."
Women Interested in Education: Informal meeting of all women in-
ested in education on Thursday, Jan. 21, from 7:30 to 9 p. m., in the
rarv nf the University Elementary School. President Ruthven and

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