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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SoN

1.QPT.C. TO HONOR
lEST DILECE
:mery, Holcomb, and Morse to
Be Honored in Ceremony
on Monday.
Robert G. Emery, '34, will be}
resented with a gold medal Man-I
y as captain of the best drilled
0. T. C. company, Company D.
J. Holcomb, '32, of Corpany F,as
eutenant of the bestmdrilled squad,
il receive a silver medal.
The corporal of the best drilled
quad, H. H. Morse, '34E, will also re-
elve a silver medal. Members of
his squad are J. A. Lucas, '34E,
. H. Highley, '34E, J. D. O'Brien,
34E, R. L. Amsden, '34, A. W. Sears,
35E, Louis Antol, '35E, and D. J.
Zeisinger. Each will receive a
ronze medal.
Best drilled freshmen to receive
swards are D. D. Freise, W. R. Lapp,

To Japanese Post

SEITE NCE STUDET
FO0 9CHECK FR 1
Gardinier Given One Lo 14 Years
by Sample; Minimum Term
Is Recommended.

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RUSHING RULES
ARE EXPLAINED
(Continued from Page 1)
noon on Saturday, March 5. '
The office will honor the bids and
acceptances according to the re-
spective orders of preference. Each
house shall be awarded as near to,
but not more than, the number of-
men it has specified.
At 6 o'clock Monday, March 7,

Informal Discussion GIRLS FIND CLASS TOO HOT, SWOO.
Meetings Preferred .- AT FEET OF HANDSOME INSTIIU

by Education omenTwoRace for Door in One Pe-j
TJO d)A~ B PL B ' h U F AWUR

Charles Gardinier, student check the freshmen sha
forger, yesterday was sentenced to fraternity houses
a term of one to 14 years in Ionia pledged. At any
state reformatory by Circuit Judge date, any freshman
George W. Sample. The minimum at any time provi
term was recommended. astically eligible.
Coming here from Holcomb, N. Eligibility shall c
Y., Gardinier committed an amaz- of credit and at

Sing number of forgeries, the exact!
total of v/hich will probably never a
koawrn. In passing sentencew
y Judg e Sampile Si ?todlthat it was O
wih, regret that he was forced to
~~ imprfson the youth. ad1
The large number of felonies and
the glaring manner in which they
wrere committed made it incumbent
uon him to take such a drastic

points. A pledgei
fter he has pas
work and has at.
of C.
Cost of Livit
Ten Per C
WASHINGTON,
Living last year

ll report to the
and be officially
time after this
n may be pledged
ding he is schol-
onsist of 11 hours
least 14 honor l
may be initiated
sed 26 - hours of
least an average
ng Drops
ent in 19311
Jan. 23.-(aP)-
was cheaper by

Women from various schools in-
terested in education met informal-
ly with members of the Education
school faculty at 7:30 last night in
the library rooms of the University
Elementary school.
This: is the second of a series of
such meetings, designed to give
such women an opportunity to meet
faculty members. Rather than listen
to speeches, the women want an
opportunity to talk informally, it
was said.

DAIL Y OFFICIAL BULLETIN

r ot tut Lottr at to eacn
Their Destination.
"Disconcerting, to say the least,"
imaned Glenn D. McGeoch, in-,
structor in music history, as a fair
member of the class crumpled in
a dead faint at, his feet.
It was the second time within
one class period that a young lady
had risen from her seat, made for
the door, and swooned,-in mid-
flight, as it were.
.The door of the particular room

in which music history is'given
located at the front, to the spec
er's left; to reach it one is fore
to approach the teacher, and 1
misses' actions thus put them 1
erally at curly-haired, blue-e3
Mr. McGeoch's feet.
"One was enough, two are tw
too many," probably thought I
legitimately discomposed lectur
as he superintended the removal
the second unconscious form. Tui
ing to the windows, which he pi
ceeded to open, McGeoch said
the class, "You will kindly part
the draft."
Do men like to have women
thegir feet? If this question w
posed McGeoch, his answer wo
in all probability show that he r
realizes how much any situationc
pends. on conditions under wh
it occurs.

R. S. Doerr, T. C. Smith, W. L. -r ยง
Paine, R. L. Zapp, A. E. Farr, Mar- AssociatedPress Photo
tin Newcomer, J. P. Sager, Stanley
R. Ostler and Eugene W. Eitnier. JUnited States'
Each member of thpany will receive aservice rib- ambassador to Turkey, is slated toi
bon. fill the vacancy expected soon in1
----_ -- Tokyo through the retirement of
Presbyterian Services Ambassador W. Cameron Forbes. t
in Charge of Students --~W- ND
(Continued from Page 1) HIGHWA Y MEET
will be discussed by Rabbi Bernard
Helle Foundation services this (Continued from Page 1)
morning ithe League. At the to be held in the / afiiernoon of
First. Baptist church, "Loyalty to Thursday, Feb. 18.
the Christian Church," will be A
preached by the pastor, Rev. R. At the opening meeting on Tuies-
E~ir~ ayls~ t 630 . i., r.day morning the main topic under.
Eiward, Saylese At 6:30 p. ., Dr consideration will be signals and
Bruceb Kinney, of Denver, will dis-their use as warnings for railways
cuss "The Problems of the Ameri- croosings. At t h i s session also.
can Indian." George G. Brown, assistant main-
Services in the Bethlehem Evan- tenance engineer of the state high-
gelical church will center on "The way department, and Captain Law-
True Purpose of Life, the sermon rence A. Lyon of the safety and
to be preached by Rev. Theodore R. traffic division of the department
Schmale. The sermon topic of the of public safety will speak on, "State
First Church Christ, Scientist, will Control of Traffic Signals a n d
be, "Truith," Signs."' The welcome address " at
The morning worship, at the Zion this opening will be delivesed by
Luthern church, in charge of Rev. Dean H. C. Sadler of the engineer-
B. C. Stellhorn, will be on "Mak- ing college and Professor Morrison
ing Our Calling and Election Sure." wil preside.
'The Christian Home at Bethany" At the Highway Engineering Ses-
will be discus.ed by Rev. C. A. sion to be held Tuesday, Feb. 16,
Brauer of St. Paul's Lutheranat 1:30 P. M., C. M. Ziegler, deputy
church. state highway commissioner of
Michigan will preside.
Jobless Local Youths Ben H. Petty of Purdue univer-
Few,Csity will lead the discussion at this
,C _si y meeting with an address titled,
Unemployment is not a serious "Highway Maintenance." C. E. Fos--
problempin t Ann Abo a faras ter, chief engineer of the state
problem t Ann Arbors far asnd A - highway department; A. C. Benkel-
cal youths are concerned. A re- man, engineer of research of the
can t survey by the Youth comm s- state highway department, a n d
Sion to determine the number of Phelps Vogelsang, forester of the
oblessunde2 icated that the tate highway department will -all
group is very limited.prsntasuonviushse
The special- committee which of highway construction at this
conducted the survey will continue or
its investigation of depression con-se -
ditions upon the young people of
the city.T
A recreational program has been M USICAL
suggested by Prof. L. J. Carr of the'
University sociology department, EVENTS
member of the entertainment com-
mittee. Alt programs are given in Hill
Auditorium unless otherwise noted.
TY~~WRITRS -PORTBLE' The afternoon concerts are given
TYPEWRITERS-'PORTABL without admission charge'.
New Seoat -Hnd Rebuilt, UNIVERSITY S Y M P H 0 N Y
Snitb-Corona, Noiseless, ORCHESTRA, David E. Mat-
Underwood, byal, Rigtn. tern, Conductor, January 24,
lam 't*red. 4:15.
op_ _ _ _ _ _DETROIT SYMPHONY OR-j
I.L4 S. State St., Ann A'rbor. CHESTRA, Dr. Rudolf Siegel,
Guest Conductor, January 25,
8:15.

we rudeia fle sain eaier
vas remanded for sentence several

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tames while Sample studied the neary upeent, JaYL un-
case. try as a whole, than it was in 1930.
The student was expelled from Every item in the cost of living
the University immediately upon tumbled down, even rents, which
his arrest. Police said that they are the slowest of all fixed costs
were able to trace about one hun- to vield to the pressure of declin-
dred orneries ato him. ing prices.
____________This was announced today by
d r e d fCrg e r i e s h i m . t h e b u r e a u o f l a b o r s t a t i s t i c s , b a s e d
Methodist Church Men on a study of 32 representative
to Hear Jones, Fisher cities, nort , south, east and west.
For all the drop, however, it still
Dr. Ira T. Jones of Toledo, and cost nearly 46 per cent more to
live in 1931 than it did in 1913.
Dr. Frederick B. Fisher will be the The actual figure for, the year's
speakers at a stag dinner for Meth- average decline was 9.3 per cent,
odist men and their friends at 6:30 with an index figure of 145.8 for
o'clock Tuesday evening in the First December, 1931, against 160.7 for
Methodist church. . December 1930, and 100 for 1931.
A special musical program has The survey, split into six-month,
been arranged for the occasion, periods, showed that during the
with group singing under the di- last half of the year the decline in
rection of Wray H. Congdon, and prices slowed somewhat as com-
harp, marimbaphone and wind in- pared with the first half; that
strument selections by Donald and food-stuffs dropped 3.4 per cent,
obertByrn, of Detroit. clothing 7.2; rent 4.1, house fur-
nishings goods 5.6 and miscellan-
chairman, says the affair will have eous items 0.6. Light and fuel costs
a "masculine flavor." The dinner "were up 1.6 per cent due to sea-
will be served by high school boys. sonal influences.
In charge of the dinner is A. L. ~__~
McDonald, while L. C. Reimann is
chairmanof the publicity and fel- WHY BENLEFT WAVING ON
lowship committee. ON THE PIER?
Go with College Travel Club to
BRUMM TO GIVE TALK Europe, Orient, or Around the
World. 250 tours. $7.50 per day.
Prof. John L. Brumm of the jour- Write for rotogravure booklet.
nalism department will address the VON E. KNISELY
Ann Arbor Exchange club Monday Oxford Aparts., E. Dearborn, Mich.
evening at the Union.
PLUMBING AND HEATING
REPAIRING GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION
CALL US FOR GUARANTEED WORKMANSHIP
ROBERT A, STEWARD
123 Adams Avenue Phone 5545

(Continued from Page 6)
at 3011 A.H. The speaker will be E.
C. Varnum, '33, who will discuss the
elementary phases of mathematical
or symbolic logic as developed by
Russell and Whitehead. All inter-
ested are cordially invited. V
Phi Sigma: The Firot Semester
Phi Sigma Initiation will be held
at 7:30 p. i., Wednesday, Jan. 27,
in Room 3024 Museums buildiing.
Dean Humphreys, Professor of
English and Assistant Dean of the
College of Literature, Science and
the Arts will talk on the subject:
"Scientist and Artist."
Alpha Kappa Delta : Photograph
to be taken Wednesday, Jan. 27, at
7 p. m., at Spedding's.

Tuesday, Room 302, Michigan Un-
ion. Ppinion favorable to a student
book exchange exists in many quar-
ters. To accomplish anything this
opinion must be united and put
into action.
Astrology Class of the Student
Theosophical Club will meet at 7
p. m., Monday in Room 1020 A.H.
At this time the horoscope of
Mahatma Gandhi will be discussed.
All interested are invited.

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Tryouts for Girls' Chorus Parts
in "Robin Hood," will be held in
Room 216 School of Music, Tuesday,
from 5 to 6. Members of the Uni-
versity Girls' Glee Club need not
try out.
Socialist Club: All students inter-
ested in starting a student book ex-
change will meet at 7:30 p. m.,
OUR NUT MEAT
CANDIES ARE
SAS W ERO)

NOTICE
Tau Beta Pi dinner meeting, on - -
Tuesday, Jan. 26, 1932, at 6:15, in MIMEOGRAPHING - All k i n d s.
the Michigan Union. Illustration, editorial, mailing
____service. Mac Mirneo Service,
Independents Attending J-Hop: 215 E. William. Phone 7464. 406
Meeting at Union Wednesday eve- TYPEWRITERS, all maesbought,
ning, Jan. 27, at 7:15, in Room 302. TYP, eRteRSexcag~e, rbought,
It is very important that you have old, rented , exchaned, prate.
your ticket number by that time 0' D. ' 37c
in order to make arrangements for
your booth. TYPEWRITING AND MIMEO-
- .GRAPHING promptly and neatly
T Y PEW RI T E R 1 done. O. D. MORRILL, 314.clo.
11, Iakes - I e and; P6rble State St. 308c
Sold Eenlted cV e dR ire-
Lar'ge choice stoc. Esy : . EAT-Meal tickets $5.50 for $4.50
0,* Dl X( 0 R R L L Special Steak and Chop Dinner 40c.
C Forest Inn 538 Forest Ave.
+r ' S'-e St.p, A=nArbor. 409c
, FOR SALE
S COFFEE AND -
L WA SHREPOSSESSED CARS-Buy from
LFinance Company for balance
AST DAILY due. 311 W. Huron. Phone 22001.
Convince You-- -
FOR SALE-Tux; size 37; reason-
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Across from Michigan Theatre 3682. 416

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PERCY SCHOLES of London,
University Lecture, "British
Contributions to Music," Men-
delssohn Theatre, Tuesday, Jan-
l ary 26, 4:15.
DR. SIGFRID KARG-ELERT,
Guest Organist, January 27,
4:15.
KATE KEITH FIELD, Soprano,
January 29, 4:15, Mendelssohn
Theatre.
MABEL ROSS RHEAD, Pianist,
January 31, 4:15r
YEHUDI MENUHIN, Violinist,
February 4, 8:15.
THELMA LEWIS, Soprano, Feb-
ruary 14, 4:15, Mendelssohn
Theatre.
WARREN ALLEN, Guest Organ-
ist, February 10, 4:15.
SCHOOL OF MUSIC TRIO,
Hanns Pick, Violopcellist, Was-
sily Besekirsky, Violinist, Joseph
Brinkman, Pianist, February 7,
4:15, Mendelssohn Theatre.
PERCY GRAINGER, Pianist,
February 19, 8:13.
WASSILY BESEKIRSKY, Vio-
linist, MABEL ROSS RHEAD,
Pianist, in Sonata Recital, Feb-
ruary 21, 4:15, Mendelssohn
Theatre.
UNIVERSITY SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA, David E. Mat
tern, Conductor, February 25,
4:15.
JOSEPH BRINKMAN, Pianist,
rebrautary 28, 4:15.
CHARLOTTE LOC K W O O D,
Guest Organist, March 2, 4:15.
LOUISE CUYLER, Violinist, and
MAUD OKKELBERG, Pianist,
in Sonata Recital, March 6,
4:15, Mendelssohn Theatre.
ROSA PONSELLE, Soprano,
March 7, 8:15.
JOSEPH BRINKMAN, Pianist,
and HANNS PICK, Violon-
cellist, in Sonata Recital, March
13, 4:15, Mendelssohn Theatre.

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